NEXCOM's fanless NISE 2100A computer is the engine for hundreds of car-rental kiosks throughout Paris and its suburbs, according to a company press release.
In fact, two different kiosks use the NISE 2100A. In the subscription service station, the kiosk guides drivers through the registration process by allowing advisors from the call center to video chat with drivers, scan identity documents, offer package plans on touchscreens, accept bank card payments and issue membership cards equipped with RFID tags.
The second type of kiosk is usually outdoors and helps drivers rent electric cars. It can read RFID tags, ask for password validation on touchscreens, indicate the location of assigned electric cars and offer prompt assistance via a call center. By utilizing the NEXCOM fanless computer, the service provider has successfully built up two types of multifunctional advanced kiosk that can help drivers get quickly get on the road, according to NEXCOM.
NEXCOM also helped with verification of peripheral devices, ensuring that the kiosks were properly configured to carry out all intended functions.
In the next few months, NISE 2100A-embedded kiosks will be installed in more than 1,000 service stations with the aim to provide an alternative to public transportation, the company said.
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