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… Continue Reading

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JAWS Kiosk ADA Windows Software

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… Continue Reading JAWS Kiosk ADA Windows Software

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More High-Touch Than High-Tech, Providers Show Up at Seniors’ Front Doors

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. Continue Reading More High-Touch Than High-Tech, Providers Show Up at Seniors’ Front Doors

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Voice assistants set to revolutionize commerce and become a dominant mode of consumer interaction in the next three years – Capgemini Worldwide

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. Continue Reading Voice assistants set to revolutionize commerce and become a dominant mode of consumer interaction in the next three years – Capgemini Worldwide

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Top 10 Chinese Unmanned Stores in 2017

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. Continue Reading Top 10 Chinese Unmanned Stores in 2017

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News from the U.S. Access Board – November/ December 2017

access-board.gov  •  contact us Access Currents  News from the U.S. Access Board  •  November/ December 2017   Access Board Hosts Dialogue on Accessibility with Australian Experts Access Board to Hold Its Next Meeting January 10 Upcoming Board Webinar Jeffery Hill, Longtime Board Compliance Specialist, to Retire FHWA Issues Guide on Accessible Shared Streets   Access Board Hosts Dialogue on Accessibility with… Continue Reading News from the U.S. Access Board – November/ December 2017

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SAP ID Check & Fraud Prevention Case Study Bahrain / South Africa

Fujitsu officially posted the Case Study of the Al Ezzel / Engie Energy Company in Bahrain: http://www.fujitsu.com/fts/about/resources/case-studies/cs-2017oct-engiealezzel.html They also uploaded the video of Transnet Engineering in South Africa using kiosks with build in Palm Vein Scanners connecting the “unconnected” to SAP: https://youtu.be/quE3rs-nIrI If you work with SAP, consider joining our Biometric SAP Security Group on LinkedIn for discussions and technology updates!… Continue Reading SAP ID Check & Fraud Prevention Case Study Bahrain / South Africa

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More than half of executives plan to grow their telehealth program, creating an ‘Amazon effect’ in healthcare | FierceHealthcare

More than three-quarters of hospitals offer telemedicine and more than half are looking to expand, according to a new survey by Foley & Lardner. Attorney Nathaniel Lacktman says hospitals have started to realize telehealth is necessary to keep pace with competitors, and some are even exploring opportunities abroad. Continue Reading More than half of executives plan to grow their telehealth program, creating an ‘Amazon effect’ in healthcare | FierceHealthcare

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