Banyan Hills Technologies, a software provider, integrator and consultant focusing on the kiosk industry, has entered into a partnership with PTI Security Systems, a provider of access control and security solutions for the self-storage industry, according to a press release....
Internet of Things consultant and software platform provider Banyan Hills Technologies has joined the Intel Internet of Things Solutions Alliance as a general member, according to a press release. The alliance, which includes Intel and about 400 other companies, provides...
Kiosks vary in size, shape, and capability but they also have a lot in common. Take a look at the anatomy of three typical kiosks, understand the symptoms and the diagnosis that can result in downtime, and see why an IoT platform is the cure for going beyond basic device management.
The kiosk industry has a great opportunity to be disruptive and make machines more human, according to kiosk industry insider Deanna Salas, in a recent opinion piece in Forbes. Salas, chief marketing officer at Banyan Hills Technologies, a software provider,...
The kiosk industry recognizes the benefits biometric technology provides, but manufacturers are looking for improvements in reliability, integration with existing software, cost and user acceptance.
It’s true, the bigger they are, the harder the fall. Kiosk and vending owners and operators know it can be costly and painful when scaling a fleet from hundreds to thousands of machines.
Locker kiosks also called smart lockers are enabling click-and-collect retailers to make inventory more accessible and easier to track.
When a machine sends a heartbeat, it’s sending a message saying, “Hey I’m online, I’m alive.” Measuring heartbeats can not only tell an operator whether a machine is online or offline, but it can also share if it’s in distress. With software at the endpoint, at regular intervals, usually measured in seconds, a heartbeat signal is sent.
View the top technology drivers of the Internet of Things.
A special report explores the growing interest by restaurants in self order kiosks. While determining return on investment poses challenges, the market is changing and restaurants must consider their options.
Evolving kiosk technology has accelerated innovation, creating more opportunities for kiosks to facilitate tasks for businesses and organizations. Part 2 in this series explores examples of emerging applications.
Evolving technology and declining costs create opportunities for kiosks to serve more markets. Industry leaders are keeping a close eye on new verticals and applications in existing verticals.
Kiosk industry veteran Steve Latham, who played a key role in the development of the kiosk DVD rental industry, offers his assessment of digital media on kiosks, the impact of IoT technology on kiosks and new use cases for kiosks.
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