Figur features a portrait oriented screen to keep the kiosk narrow. The image above shows a few versions of Figur which have been designed to incorporate a ticket or receipt printer. A wider version is available where the application needs higher volumes of tickets or cards to be printed such as for shows, leisure or sporting events.
The cool looking Acis dual-screen kiosk installed at Samsung Experience Stores.
The Acis kiosks have been installed to provide an enhanced customer experience by implementing a queing system. This project required us to create a seperate printer pod to allow for compatibility with an existing software application.
Kiosks4business install new Totem kiosks featuring dual-screen interface. The new kiosks have a touschreen interface for accessing travel and other council information. A second screen mounted higher up provides service users with up to the minute bus arrival times.
We have designed a number of new designs which have now been installed at the Bodleian library. The kiosks include a two-sided free-standing design with large format displays, a custom wooden desk and touchscreen, and a slim desk and touchscreen system installed in a corridor location.
Kiosks4business are, once again exhibiting at the Retail Business Technology Expo, Olympia. The event held on 9-10th March will showcase Kiosks4business stylish Aspire and Synergy Custom designed kiosks used by retailers, leisure operators and hotels.
Both Figur and Eidos kiosks have been cleverly designed to facilitate the installation of a wide variety of optional devices including bar code scanners, magnetic (or RFID) card readers, printers and much more. The image above shows both Figur and the wheelchair accessible Eidos kiosk built with the same options which includes: