DIGITAL SIGNAGE (HARDWARE & SOFTWARE)
Consist of a network of digital displays that is centrally managed and addressable for targeted information, entertainment, merchandising and advertising. The hardware is the physical device and/or equipment displaying content. The standalone or cloud based software drives the digital signage system and display.
TOUCH SCREEN DIGITAL DISPLAYS
A touch screen is a computer display screen that serves as an input device and can be driven by the touch of a finger or stylus. When the screen recognizes a touch, it registers the event and sends it to a controller for processing allowing the end user to interact directly with what is displayed on the screen.
Digital Menu Boards are used to display menu items, pricing, nutritional information, and graphics digitally utilizing a display monitor. Live data integration allows for real time updates to menu boards.
Hospitality displays can be utilized in various platform solutions. Examples include:
- Informational Signage displaying in-house events, guest messaging, advertising, promotions, Social Media platforms, and concierge kiosk enabling guest to search for things to do
Outdoor displays are becoming more popular as kiosk manufacturers continue to engineer more secure and durable kiosk mount and enclosures. Signage can now be displayed outside utilizing kiosk that can withstand heavy weather condition and now have longer life spans. Both touch and non touch displays can be integrated into an outdoor digital kiosk sign.
ENDLESS ISLE / WAY-FINDING KIOSK
Endless isle kiosk provide end users an interactive solution to browse a digital catalog of all items sold by a retailer whether in stock or not.
Way finding kiosk provide a simple means for guest, employees, and visitors to find their destination within a given facility or complex.
MEDIA PLAYERS / CONTENT MANAGEMENT
A content management device or media player, isa server or computer used to store content for distribution to digital signage. It’s a collaborative application used to import and organize custom graphics, electronic documents, HTML, audio, and other forms of media into an integrated experience presentation.
Touchscreen monitors are computer display screens that serve as an input device versus utilizing a traditional keyboard & mouse. Most modern day point of sale systems have integrated touchscreen displays as part of the system for end user ease of use and functionality.
ALL IN ONE POS
All in one POS systems are built for ease of use. That can be configured to obtain peripherals assembled together with unit under one combined device.
Printers, Scanners, Pin-pads, Cash-drawers, Customer Displays
SELF SERVICE KIOSK
A self-service kiosk is a small, self-standing structure, used to display information or facilitate an action. It could be utilized as a point of sale (POS) self-service touch screen kiosk check-out, an information point in a tourist attraction, or a kiosk that allows people to check-in without joining a counter queue. In a restaurant or QSR setting, self-serv kiosk help retailers up-sell every order at the POS by guiding guests to order and upgrade items
LEVEL 1 CHARGING
Level 1 charging utilizes the standard wall outlet of 120 volts and is considered the slowest charge level among the 3 levels.
Most public charging stations are level 2 chargers. These units utilize a 240 volt outlet allowing a vehicle to charge at a rate of 3-5 times faster (depending on the make of vehicle and charger).
LEVEL 3 - DC FAST CHARGING
Level 3 chargers, also know as DC Fast Chargers are the quickest way to get a full charge to a vehicles battery. Some vehicles are not equipped to receive Level 3 charging.
Most EV Chargers are equipped with wireless network functionality allowing building owners remote access to easily manage, monitor, and update an EV charger on its network. The network for EV drivers allows visitors to easily register, manage, monitor, and update their charging sessions at an owners station.