From Intel Blog March 2020 Written by Joe Jensen | February 24, 2020 In the ultra-competitive quick-service restaurant (QSR) industry, profit margins are often perilously thin, meaning margin for error is virtually nonexistent. Even for multinational brands operating on a huge scale, everything matters and the smallest inefficiencies can quickly snowball. With partners like Fingermark* and other world leaders… Read More »
From Kiosk Industry March 2020 From PRNewswire March 2020 WESTMINSTER, Colo., March 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Kiosk Manufacturer Association aka KMA announces our new ADA and Accessibility Chairpersons. Serving as co-chairpersons for our committee is Randy Amundson of Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. and Mr. Peter Jarvis of Storm Interface. Randy is one of our founding chairpersons and is continuing in his support of KMA and ADA. Peter is a charter sponsor… Read More »
See Strait Times Excerpt: When he visited the Toa Payoh MRT station and bus interchange yesterday morning to distribute hand sanitisers to public transport workers, Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan had his temperature taken at two self-checking kiosks. The prototype kiosks, which went on trial at the transport hub on Saturday and will be there until today, are… Read More »
Iceland airport completes six-month pilot with biometric kiosks simulating the new EU Entry/Exit System regulations securely and efficiently Richmond, B.C. February 27, 2020: Innovative Travel Solutions (ITS) by Vancouver International Airport (YVR) recently celebrated the successful completion of a six-month pilot program involving four BorderXpress kiosks at Keflavik International Airport (KEF) in Iceland. The kiosks were part of a pilot to simulate the… Read More »
MURTEC QSR Conference March 2020 In 2020, restaurant technology is coming in hot. — Unprecedented consumer empowerment is redefining food service: delivery, privacy, personalization, alternative payments, artificial intelligence; stir in new ways to streamline the back of the house, and it’s a full-on innovation inferno. That’s why at MURTEC 2020 we’re giving restaurants an innovation heatmap. The agenda is packed… Read More »
KMA at CSUN This March 11th-13th, Vispero will be leading multiple presentations on kiosk accessibility at CSUN’s Annual Accessibility Conference being held in Anaheim, CA. Vispero’s Vice President and subject matter expert Matt Ater, will lead a panel of kiosk accessibility experts on “Lessons Learned from Developing Accessible Kiosks”. The panel will include KMA Accessibility Board co-chair Peter Jarvis, Senior Executive VP… Read More »
From Kiosk Industry Feb 2020 Self-Service QSR Kiosks Gaining Popularity Editors Note: Short and concise report on QSR Kiosk market. Nothing on drive-thru kiosks. Quite a few players not included (maybe next time). Example would be reference to McDonalds Times Square Flagship project (see CNBC writeup we published back in May 2019). That is Pyramid Computer out of Germany making those.… Read More »
NRF 2020 Kiosk Self-Service Update Table of Contents KMA is a member of the National Retail Federation NRF is the largest retail exposition in the world and we will be there. KMA will be in booth 1703. We’ll represent over 50 companies from across the world. Standards & Regulations Opportunity ADA and Accessibility You can participate for free… Read More »
New ADA Kiosk Software from Vispero and Paciello Group JAWS Kiosk by Vispero Vispero®, the world’s leading assistive technology provider for the visually impaired, is excited to announce an addition to the Vispero family: JAWS Kiosk. A collaboration between The Paciello Group (TPG) and the Freedom Scientific brand (owned by Vispero), JAWS Kiosk is focused on delivering accessible kiosk solutions whether it’s… Read More »
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Health systems across the country are struggling to deal with two powerful trends whose convergence will change the health care system in profound ways: a population of seniors that is growing rapidly and a shrinking supply of doctors. Many organizations are exploring a mix of old-fashioned house calls and high-tech.
As ATA18 kicks into gear, the telemedicine industry is asking its members to start getting serious about making telehealth a standard of care.
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Miramont Family Medicine, a group practice in Fort Collins, Colorado, has four offices with staff and patients in each location. For physicians, finding the time to be physically present where and when they are needed can be difficult.
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Installed on golf courses in Denmark, the 46’’ PLASMV self-service kiosk for outdoor has been customized and integrates different components such as pinpad, contactless, card reader, scanner, RFID reader and ticket printer.
Within just a few weeks of each other, NewYork-Presbyterian and BayCare Health System each announced new telehealth kiosk programs with Walgreens and Publix, respectively.
The new budget deal signed into law by President Bush includes several provisions to improve Medicare reimbursement of telehealth and telemedicine.
The research found that today around a quarter (24%) of respondents would rather use a voice assistant than a website. However, in the next three years, this figure will rise to 40%. Close to a third – 31% – said they will prefer a voice assistant interaction to visiting a shop or a bank branch, compared to 20% today.
Apex Order Pick-Up Technologies, which makes self-service kiosks for a number of clients in the foodservice and retail industries, has announced a pick-up program for online purchases made at the NBA Store.
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Retailers are giving more consumers the option to shop without interacting with a cashier.
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This post comes courtesy of our content partners at TechNode.Amazon Go, the cashierless store design announced in late 2016, coincided with a flurry of Chinese tech companies to create their own versions of unmanned stores. For them, 2017 been a fruitful year in developing their solutions tailored for Chinese consumers as well as in educating the market.
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Walgreens is now offering access to NewYork-Presbyterian emergency physicians through its in-store medical kiosks. CVS has done the same with the Cleveland Clinic.