The SuperStar Deployments booth featured large and significant kiosk deployments, chosen by the organizers of KioskCom Europe.
Representatives from Fujifilm, Coinstar and Wincor Nixdorf discuss self-service in the SuperStar Deployments booth.
3M was on hand to display its line of ClearTouch monitor solutions.
Rudi Ryshway, marketing director, explained the abilities Arcatech Systems Europe’s offerings, including a cash dispenser and Sagem encrypted PIN pads.
As part of the SuperStar deployments booth, Coinstar demonstrated its Coins to Cash Kiosk, which allows users to change in coinage for cash.
Also from Coinstar, the DVD Kiosk, branded here for DVD Express, drew attention from those visitors in the SuperStar Deployments booth.
ELO TouchSystems’ latest product, the Mega Kiosk was shown at booth as a 26-inch model.
The GetPix standard size digital photo printing system was the highlight of FujiFilm’s spot in the SuperStar Deployments booth. This particular system was programmed with SmartPix, the British version of the GetPix software.
GWD Media (causally known as Geeks Who Deliver) made its booth look like a geek’s bedroom. In the abode: an early 80’s computer, 37-inch flatscreen and GWD’s telemetry devices for remote management.
The Hilton Kiosk from Key Technologies is strictly informational and deployed in hotel lobbies. “We’re going for the wow factor,” said Dermot Butler, commercial director.
Key Technologies’ booth, located at the entrance of the Expo, was heavily trafficked throughout the show.
KIOSK Information Systems showed the ZOOX Stations online gaming kiosk, which has seen deployment in airports and military bases in the past year.
One of the most deployed kiosks in the world, the Kodak PictureMaker was Kodak’s contribution to the SuperStar Deployments booth.
British company Felix was in partner booth with KIOSK and Provisio SiteKiosk, where the company displayed the numerous features of the Max Box kiosk.
MEI showed several models of its CashFlow line of bill validators.
NCR’s EasyPoint Advantage kiosk was identified as a SuperStar Deployment and found its place at the feature booth. The model was a 15-inch monitor which featured a wine-pairing application.
Bob Ventresca, marketing director for NetKey, explains the companies self-service and digital signage software offerings through the use of a 46-inch flatscreen.
In addition to supplying an interactive store window for the SuperStar Deployments booth, Protouch had a booth of its own, which displayed its line of interactive kiosks.
Rosendahl Concept Kiosks garnered attention with its attractive line of non-traditional kiosk models, as well as a large digital sign centered in its booth.
Protouch featured an interactive touchscreen that could be used through glass in the SuperStar Deployments booth. Sales executive Alex Dukes said the screens most popular deployment has been retail shopping windows thus far.
U Touch had a back-to-back 50-inch digital signage stand, set up to use an informational kiosk for a Porsche dealership. Both screens were touch enabled and allowed the user to control the promotional Porsche content on the screens.
Ultimedia’s Lucy avatar made a return to KioskCom at the Europe expo. Although she was used to deliver company info at the show, the character can be used in informational kiosks in retail and other applications.
Although the Wincor Nixdorf Beetle POS System was the official SuperStar deployment for the company, product sales executive Chris Chappill showed Wincor’s pay terminal, an integral part of Wincor’s self-service transaction process.