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 Slow, inaccurate and outdated information simply will not suffice.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.
You can find interactive kiosks everywhere. With such a high market saturation, you need every tactic under your belt to ensure your kiosk stands out and is successful.
As NFC phones become the norm, it is allowing for the implementation of new features and functions in interactive kiosks that give kiosk operators the ability to provide greater levels of convenience and interactivity never before seen.
A study conducted by SignAd Network found that "digital video in public venues reaches more Americans each month than online videos." It's no surprise then, that many have taken this effective advertising medium and utilized it in an alternative way to provide a new service – wayfinding or directional signage.
In many respects, office buildings are at the same technological crossroads airports were at years ago, when the only way to get to their gate involved waiting in long lines for for a printed boarding pass.
Reflect Systems recently released this video of an interactive map it has developed for the Ohio-based amusement park King's Island.
Ford Trucks is employing showroom kiosks to help prospective customers kick the tires on the new F-150.
Wayfinding kiosks have become more interactive and smartphone-friendly to meet the demands of consumers.
There is no doubt that technology has infiltrated our schools and I am happy that it did. I'm in my thirties, and the school I attended was vastly different from my nine-year-old's school.