2017 Kiosk Marketplace Most Innovative Kiosk Awards

Kiosk Marketplace announces the winners of its inaugural Kiosk Marketplace Most Innovative Kiosk Awards, with six nominees taking honors in eight customer categories based on votes from Kiosk Marketplace readers.

Type: Special Report

Sponsor: FUJIFILM North America Corporation




Whitepaper: Kiosks on College Campuses & the State Funding Crisis

Currently, the largest problem U.S. colleges and universities are facing is overcrowding and lack of state funding. According to the National Center for Education Statistics..

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: Advanced Kiosks




Whitepaper: Improving Efficiency & Public Independence in the Government

In several departments of the government, self-service kiosks have been made a primary source of efficiency and organization.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: Advanced Kiosks


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Urban repopulation fuels 'smart cities' kiosks, Olea Kiosks report notes

The repopulation of urban centers has encouraged governments to improve access to transportation and various types of public information. Smart cities kiosks are playing a major role in this urban transformation.

EV charging rates reach new heights, expanding options for a rapidly growing industry

Numerous factors are influencing the rapid growth of EV charging stations. Faster charging technology is expanding options for property owners interested in installing chargers. Various business models have also emerged.

Kiosk Marketplace announces the first annual Most Innovative Kiosk Awards

The first annual Kiosk Marketplace Most Innovative Kiosk Awards honors excellence in eight customer categories. More than 400 readers filled out ballots and voted for the most innovative kiosk to determine the winners.

How to get an education kiosk using grants

Kiosks can help students check in to school and find where they need to go. They also provide event information to the school community. There are both public and private resources available to help pay for these valuable tools.

Voting now open for 2017 Most Innovative Kiosk Awards

The 2017 Most Innovative Kiosk Awards recognize excellence and innovation in eight user categories -- financial, telecommunications, healthcare, restaurant, retail, tourism/travel/hotel, government and entertainment/gaming.

What’s in store for 2017? Part 1: Kiosks build on a strong foundation

With positive momentum carrying over from 2016, a healthy stock market and continuously improving technology, most kiosk industry observers are optimistic about their industry's growth in 2017. Government regulations are cited by some as a concern, along with the importance of proper executions of some of the new technologies being introduced.

Should you have confidence in your voting machine?

Concern about vote tampering and voting machine hacking has piqued during the presidential election, largely on account of Donald Trump's claims that the election is rigged. Voting machine manufacturers and government officials say these concerns are highly exaggerated.

Blockchain technology can make voting systems more secure

Blockchain technology provides a new level of transparency and immutability to all types of transactions, including voting. Hardware wallets can provide additional security.

Digital signage kiosks fight bullying

Bullying is one of the most traumatic experiences in a child's life, not just physically but also emotionally. Students in Mexico often experience an extreme amount of violence. One organization is fighting back with a solar powered digital signage kiosk that lets children report bullying anonymously.

Government kiosks provide omnichannel experience boost

If customer experience were a king, government offices would be the lowliest peasant. Omnichannel experiences can provide a much needed boost to their reputation, though, and kiosks provide a key component in the strategy.

Kiosk news top 5: May edition

This month, our top stories examined cannabis kiosks, QSR kiosks and kiosk problem-solving. And one asked whether restaurant kiosks are designed to replace workers.

Kiosks provide customer experience boost for local governments

Local governments often fail when it comes to customer experience. But kiosks could provide the right boost to improve customer satisfaction.

Kiosk solutions for government services

Visits to the DMV or other government offices can often be long affairs. Self-service kiosks can help reduce headaches and create positive customer experiences.

Kiosks keeping car emissions in check

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.

Coffee for Marines: AVT lands USMC deal

AVT lands deal with the Marines, helping it return to financial stability in the wake of Chapter 11.

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Government agencies on local, state and national levels are increasingly using self-service kiosk technology to provide better service to citizens at a lower cost to taxpayers.

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