Kiosks4business expands the range with a brand new Crimson kiosk designed for high volume tickets and card dispensing applications. The kiosk features full HD 21.5in touchscreen display and can be manufactured with chip&pin, receipt printing, bar code scanner and many more devices. Crimson is great for branding and also includes RGB controllable edge lighting.
Looking for a slim wall mount transaction kiosk? ACIS now available with optional expansion pods designed to incorporate a range of additional devices including chip & pin, receipt printers, bar code scannner, RFID/Mag card readers and much more.
MINIM is the all new tablet kiosk enlcosure built for the iPad Pro. MINIM secures and protects the 12.9" version of the tablet in an aluminium/steel enclosure which includes power cable. The free-standing kiosk can be bolted down to the floor for added peace of mind when used in a public environment.
MINIM is a great platform for retail POS, in-store restaurant food ordering for traditional and quick service restaurants (QSR). MINIM can be built as a transactional terminal with integrated chip & pin plus receipt printer.
The photo above shows the new Kendo kiosk with 32in widescreen display, next to the Eidos (22in widescreen version).
Kendo is the all new large format widescreen kiosk designed by Kiosks4business. Kendo features the same great styling as used by our ever popular Eidos (Wheelchair accessible kiosk) whilst being designed to use a choice of 32in or 42in screen sizes. HD screens installed as standard provides 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution with crystal clear clarity making it great for digital signage, retail and wayfinding applications. Kendo can be manufactured in any RAL colour and include your branding. Fitted with multi-touch touchscreen and your choice of computing platform - based on Intel I3/I5/I7. Connectivity is provided by wired ethernet connection, WiFi or 3G/4G.
Just like our other concept kiosks, Kendo is pre-designed ready for bar code scanners, chip & pin, printers and many other options for demanding applications.
In Museums, touch screen kiosks can be used to help make your exhibits come alive with interactive tours, explanations and links to other learning materials. Touch screen museum kiosks enable you to expand the range of exhibits with photographs of related items and short video clips. Within Art Galleries touchscreens can be used to show information about art history, information about the artists and related stories. The art gallery kiosks can show close-up images of sculptures and other art and help to inform and educate your visitors.
Acis dual (or single) screen wall mounted kiosk can be used as a digital sign.
Eidos is a wheelchair accessible kiosk with mutli-touch screen and screen sizes from 19in up to the Kendo version 32/42in screens.
Kiosks4business Acis and Eidos models are great platforms for use within the Museum sector. Eidos (and Kendo) are DDA compliant wheelchair accessible kiosk designs with screen sizes ranging from 19in all the way up to high definition 42in models. The kiosks feature superior screens and high quality multi-touch touchscreens. For wall mounted positions or where digital signage is a requirement the Acis model is a great choice. With slim width to maximise space for exhibits, Acis can be built with single or dual screen where the lower screen includes a touchscreen for interaction and the upper screen can be used as a digital sign. Additionally Acis can be built to include audio, headphone socket and many other options. Both models can be manufactured with your choice of colour and include your branding.
There are always some areas where the materials and finish need to suit their environment moreso that standard Aluminium finished kiosks. Our recent project installed at the Bodleian library in Oxford involved the design of a completely bespoke wooden table along with enclosures with widescreen displays.
Introducing the Concept range of configurable touchscreen kiosks. We recognised early on that very few customers require base models of kiosks and many require the addition of bar code scanners, printers, keyboards and other options. Therefore we have designed a number of configurable base model concepts which can be customised with a wide range of additional options. Featuring the same high quality screens and multi-touch touchscreen along with Kiosks4business approved electronics and software expertise, the concept ranges include Eidos, Figur, Acis, Totem, Kendo and Hub models.
Start with the base model requirement - Wall mounted, free standing, DDA compliant kiosks, dual screen versions etc and specify all of the additional devices required for the application - predesigned for quick turnaround.
Whilst some applications are destined for a full-custom solution, it is often desirable to build a development / testing platform using one of the standard kiosk building blocks. Thie ensures applications developers have representative hardware quickly to speed time to market.
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.
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:
There are numerous applications for great looking digital signage products and Kiosks4business have a number of options from our standard range - Acis, Totem or custom designs. The digital signs feature high definition screens in a variety of sizes from 21.5in upwards including 32 and 42in screens. Kiosks4business signage has been used for bus arrivals times, wayfinding and much more.
Some examples of the digital signs can be seeen below:
Staffordshire council INTO service
Staffordshire council bus arrivals signage
Digital sign at Bodleian library, Oxford
The ever popular Eidos kiosk (designed specifically to address the requirement for wheelchair accessibility) now has a big brother! The all new taller version benefits from all of the same great features found on the DDA model but can be used to provide an additional screen height for service users.
Kiosks4business were asked to design a variant of the Eidos DDA kiosk to be used in libraries. The brief was to include payment, receipt printing along with a high sensitivity RFID reader capable of scanning the tags in the library books. The RFID reader itself acts as a shelf to put the books on. Eidos was selected as one of a limited number of truly wheelchair accessible designs.