While kiosks provide important to benefits to a variety of use cases, making that first time investment can be difficult for many decision makers. Experience has shown that the process can be made easier by taking note of considerations that apply to nearly every use case scenario.
The pioneer stage has ended for restaurant self-serve kiosks, and adoption has shifted into high gear. The time has come for all serious players in the limited-service space to take note if they haven’t already.
World of Money will provide a singular source of information for professionals working in businesses that operate within the larger sphere of financial systems as those systems — and the technologies, currencies, payment methods and trends that drive them — continue to evolve.
Before upgrading your kiosk to accept more cashless pyment options, it’s critical to make sure you're incorporating all the necessary components, features and capabilities to future-proof your payment infrastructure.
One of the most powerful biometric identification tools have come across at trade shows recently is the HVC-P2 from Omron Electronic Components LLC, an image-sensing camera based module incorporating its proprietary technology for recognizing human face expression, gender, age, gaze and blink into a camera module.
The EV market is expanding rapidly, but whether or not the EV infrastructure expands fast enough to support customer demand will depend on the commitment of the partners in the EV infrastructure.
Self-service kiosks are rapidly becoming the solution for many of these problems across a multitude of industries and use cases. Here are some questions to help a business decide if a self-service kiosk makes sense.
The Contec C5 leverages the Intel Compute Card and its low-power, high-performance platform to enable a compact footprint backed by proven Intel architecture.
New technology and innovation is changing the way consumers want to pay, but the increasingly rapid pace of change also creates challenges and vulnerabilities for self-service equipment providers.
Guests of all ages, not just millennials, would visit a restaurant more often if self-serve kiosks were available, new research finds.
Bitcoin ATMs that enable users to buy and sell bitcoins for cash are making bitcoin more available. While the number of bitcoin ATMs is still fairly low, cryptocurrency use is growing, presenting both a challenge and an opportunity to kiosk manufacturers.
As the worlds of digital signage and kiosks continually collide, and the demand for better content grows, one question emerges: Are kiosks the future of digital signage?
Artificial intelligence brings a wealth of opportunity for improving customer interactive experiences, but being a new science, there are plenty of pitfalls awaiting early adapters. AI veteran Roy Pereira offers some helpful tips for those embarking on this adventurous journey.
The IXC Summit June 12-14 in Dallas at the Omni Hotels & Resorts will cover the landscape from kiosks to digital signage to mobile and beyond to give attendees insights they can put in action now to deliver outstanding interactive customer experiences.
Haptic technology is poised to give consumers a new, more intuitive and more human way to engage with self-serve kiosk interfaces, and to connect with the brands and products behind them.
The National Automatic Merchandising Association trade show floor featured POS equipment tailored to a consumer who is comfortable with mobile payment, and other technologies such as advanced data analytics, artificial intelligence, robotics, biometric identity verification and digital signage.
Recognizing the need for both physical stores and e-commerce, retailers seek solutions — including self-serve kiosks — to deliver more interactive customer experiences.
The 2018 Kiosk Marketplace Census Report confirms a positive outlook for the self-serve kiosk industry, giving statistical insight into the customer segments that self-serve kiosks serve and identifying the the various technologies that kiosks are using.
A self-serve point-of-sale system can shorten lines and create a smoother, more enjoyable experience for the fans in stadiums and arenas
Kiosk owners can retrofit force sensing by updating the firmware and adapting their application software to respond appropriately.