SeePoint intros real-time transit kiosks in Virginia's capital

SeePoint LLC has launched its VantagePoint Print kiosks for the city of Richmond, Virginia, as part of the city's efforts to upgrade its infrastructure, the company said.

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Montreal's interactive bus shelters drive commuter engagement

The shelter displays entice users with gesture-based controls.

Are interactive screens a smart choice for cities?

Touchscreen technology is playing a bigger role in helping cities become interactive.

Technology meets beauty in the NYC subway

A L'Oreal retail kiosk in the Bryant Park subway station gives New Yorkers a high-tech beauty consultation.

America's 'most wired' hospital amps up interactive IT

A Pennsylvania hospital rolls out interactive video kiosks to improve patient communication.

Digital kiosk dishes calorie info to diners

The interactive touchscreen lets users see a running total of their meal's calories.

Interactive window lets students see through to the future (Video)

A Florida middle school puts a high-tech twist on a wayfinding and information kiosk.

NYC subway kiosks charting new course for travelers

As NYC readies a second phase pilot of digital wayfinding kiosks, MTA talks benefits, lessons learned.

Interactive digital kiosks ring in new era for NYC payphones

Interactive digital technology is at the center of NYC's competition to reinvent the payphone.

Solar kiosks soak up Florida sun

The University of Florida provides an Earth-friendly wayfinding solution to campus visitors and students.

Olea's Milan kiosk allows for customization in digital signage (Video)

Frank Olea talks to Kiosk Marketplace about Olea's Milan model digital signage kiosk.

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Parabit Systems intros latest wayfinding kiosk

The New Aveta, Roosevelt, N.Y.-based Parabit Systems' latest self-service kiosk, will be unveiled next month at the Airports Council International – North American 2014 annual conference and exhibition.

California wine sellers look to kiosks, retail technology to increase sales

North Coast wineries are looking to retail technology to sell more wine, and according to North Bay Business Journal, it's working.

Virginia city soliciting donations for kiosk

Virginia's Waynesboro Downtown Development Inc. is attempting to raise $5,000 for a kiosk that will advertise businesses, events, major attractions and wayfinding to shops and restaurants for visitors in the city of Waynesboro.

Ford powered by charging kiosks, solar energy

Ford Motor Company will install an information kiosk onsite at its Ford World Headquarters location to show visitors how solar power works and to offer details on its new solar-powered electric vehicle carport.

Pennsylvania Dutch restaurant features self-service tourism

Lewisburg, Pa.-based Aim Digital Visions has installed an interactive tourism and wayfinding kiosk in Lancaster, Pa.'s Shady Maple Smorgasbord, according to a company press release.  The kiosk features a 48-inch touchscreen, digital Visitor Guide and a menu where tourists can view maps, directions and photos and descriptions to area attractions.

Dental clinic kiosks provide security and self-service

San Francisco's University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry has installed patient self-service kiosks at its newest campus, according to an Advanced Kiosks announcement.  The $151 million campus was designed to serve 10,000 patients a year in 10 dental clinics.

Cambridge, UK, shopping mall deploys digital signage 'Virtual Assistant' kiosk

In what it being billed as "a U.K. first," The Grafton shopping center in Cambridge, U.K., has a new, "virtual" employee, an interactive Virtual Assistant from customer journey technology specialist Tensator, aimed at giving the Grafton a technological edge in...

Wincor Nixdorf supplies employee information terminals to BMW

Wincor Nixdorf has received an order from BMW Group to replace 500 information terminals at the automaker’s German and international locations. Employees in BMW’s production plants and workshops who do not have their own dedicated workstations will be able to...

Oslo Airport sets up self-service wayfinding kiosks

Oslo Airport has set up six new self-service information kiosks to make it easier for travellers to find the information they need at Norway’s main airport. The 46-inch touchscreen kiosks complement existing passenger services at Oslo Airport and are located...

Omani market looking to deploy wayfinding kiosks, cash deposit machines

The Muttrah Souq (a souq is an open-air marketplace or bazaar) in Muscat in Oman is hoping to get an interactive wayfinding kiosk that will guide tourists and also at least two ATMs and two cash deposit machines with foreign...

Information kiosks enroll at University of Mumbai

The University of Mumbai in Mumbai, India, is set to install five Internet kiosks to give students access to information that is posted on its website, DNA India reports. The kiosks will be placed in monitored locations and will provide...

Island lands digital signage kiosk for tourism

Island Interactive, a digital advertising firm in Amelia Island, Florida, worked with York, Pennsylvania-based Livewire Digital to rethink the way Amelia Island delivers information to tourists, resulting in tablet-based digital signage kiosks to be placed around the island, according to...

Cisco accessibility kiosk debuts at Canadian Abilities Centre

A showcase kiosk with interactive technology for assisting people with different levels of ability has opened at the Abilities Centre in Whitby, Ontario, Canada. The Abilities Centre is a 125,000 square-foot community facility that offers sports, fitness, arts and life...

Bermuda mall integrates mobile app, digital signage, wayfinding kiosks

Livewire Digital has integrated a new mobile app with its digital signage for Washington Mall in Bermuda to provide up-to-date information to shoppers and diners, according to an announcement. "We have to speak to our visitors in their language —...

St. Paul's Union Depot gets on board with digital signage and kiosks

The Union Depot transportation center in downtown St. Paul, Minn., once saw more than 20,000 commuters pass through each day, with passenger and freight railroad services for the Twin Cities and the state of Minnesota.

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