Hospitality kiosks have been deployed in a variety of venues including bill payment, wayfinding, loyalty programs and more. If used properly, hospitality kiosks can harness the tools of technology to make everyone happy, including the much sought after demographic: the millennials.
Travelers expect instantaneously information. Slow, inaccurate and outdated information simply will not suffice. Wayfinding kiosks and signage are helping raise transportation's IQ.
When it comes to car emissions test, failing can mean losing your license. The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration is attempting to make the test process less stressful with a self-service kiosk.
Tablet-based kiosks allowed passersby to configure their own Skoda Fabia, and then see themselves in it up on the big screen at Waterloo Station.
Ford Trucks is employing showroom kiosks to help prospective customers kick the tires on the new F-150.
The recent success of the federal grant-funded program brought the city of Nashville more attention, but little has been said about the role of kiosks in the bike sharing trend.
From entry to departure to arrival, kiosks could soon make it possible to venture through an airport without a single human interaction.
Kiosks are providing massive opportunities for mass access to transit.
Lørenskog, Norway-based DSG Systems is installing 31 self-service bag-drop kiosks at Copenhagen Airport.
Annual DSA Industry Excellence Awards honor the best kiosk, mobile and digital signage deployments across all verticals.