ARCA SID Open Frame High Speed Deposit

Speed and performance in a compact package. Designed as a reliable solution for deposit machines and for high-use kiosk environments, the SID open frame deposit bill validator quickly processes bundles of mixed banknotes using long-edge document processing.

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Sponsor: ARCA




Slim Hybrid Reader - ICM320-3R2197

Nidec 3 Track Magstripe & IC Card Reader

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Sponsor: Nidec Sankyo America Corporation




Hybrid Card Readers - ICM330-ICM370

Nidec Manual Insert Hybrid Card Readers (Dip Type) - ICM330-ICM370

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Sponsor: Nidec Sankyo America Corporation


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Malware attack against Avanti micro market kiosks pushes card reader retrofits

By responding to the data breach proactively, Avanti Markets protected its customer relationships. The event also drove the company to complete most of its card reader retrofits.

How new technologies will redefine the automated retailing experience, part 1

Interest in creating enhanced user interactivity at the point of purchase coupled with the availability of new payment options, as well as interest in more product information at the point of sale, provide a powerful basis for redefining the automated retailing experience.

Technology fuels demand for industrial supply distribution systems, part 2: computer peripherals

As more companies provide employees with computers, managing computer peripherals has become a growing sector for providers of worksite product distribution.

Technology fuels demand for industrial supply distribution systems, part 1

Technology developed in the kiosk industry has application in inventory control and distribution, a market that is rapidly expanding worldwide.

ADA lawsuits targeting kiosks: part 1

Because the ADA does not specify how kiosks should accommodate the visually impaired, the industry is challenged in how to comply with the law's mandate. Lawsuits on behalf of visually impaired individuals could clarify what measures kiosk manufacturers should take to improve access for the visually impaired.

Vending/micro market veteran ready to take on Amazon Go

A vending/micro market veteran has developed a technology, featuring artificial intelligence, he believes will disrupt the consumer goods distribution industry.

Has the time finally arrived in the US for the automated c-store?

Automated food and convenience retail stores have existed for many years, but in the U.S. they have never gained the traction they have achieved in Europe. With new technology, more versatile supply chains and the rise of "food deserts," a new demand for these formats could be at hand.

Top 5 stories for November: Reader interests cover diverse retail segments

Top read stories in November demonstrated the diverse interests of the KioskMarketplace reader audience. Topics covered a wide scope of retail segments, including supermarkets, ATMs and health care establishments.

In the wake of AVT Inc bankruptcy, the company’s pioneering retail technology finds new life

Since AVT Inc. filed for bankruptcy protection in May of 2015, the assets have been purchased and plans have been announced to enhance the the technology.

Top kiosk stories for October: food and convenience dominates reader interest

Kiosk industry members clearly recognize the need to stay on top of change while making sure they are well grounded in sound operating practices.

Top 5 kiosk stories for September

The leaves are beginning to fall, and the heat is abating. Kiosk Marketplace is keeping the heat turned up with fresh stories on subjects ranging from digital signage to restaurants.

Kiosks bring home the bacon: Top 5 stories July 2016

This July, McDonald's turned up the heat with virtual kiosks and robot powered kiosks turned it back down with frozen yogurt. These were just a few of the stories that debuted on Kiosk Marketplace on July 2016.

Kiosks soar into airports

Airports are notorious for poor service and long wait times. However, kiosks are flying to the rescue, providing faster service, entertainment, goods and in one case, life-saving lessons in CPR.

Top 5 kiosk stories: June edition

This month the top stories addressed topics that included keeping outdoor kiosks safe, marijuana kiosk operation and the question of whether kiosks will replace employees in restaurants.

Kiosks turn down the heat with frozen yogurt

With summer heat on the rise, people begin flocking to frozen treats for relief. One company is offering a kiosk solution that vends frozen yogurt with several flavors and toppings.

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From chewing gum to iPods, vending kiosks offer customers convenient access to a wide array of merchandise wherever they are and can open up a whole new sales channel for many consumer brands.

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