Kiosk / Customer Engagement
JADAK’s product and engineering support can help kiosk manufacturers with data collection issues choose the right technology and make integration run smoothly.
JADAK product options for Kiosk / Customer Engagement devices include:
- Barcode Products: 1D, 2D barcode scanners
- MSR Products: Insertion and Swipe-based credit card readers
- Cameras: VGA to Megapixel cameras and optics
- Computing Platforms / Tablets & Touchscreens: Android and Windows based Tablets and OEM PC’s
- RFID: UHF and USB
Our products have been used in the following applications:
- Price Verification: Our barcode products are used in kiosks to scan items for price verification. JADAK touchscreen computers are used as the visual and computing element of a Price Verification system.
- Bill Payment on ATMs: Our barcode products have been used in ATMs to scan barcodes for bill payment and processing.
- Security on ATMs: Our camera products are used to capture video or images for security, while our machine vision scanners are used to analyze images for security and authentication.
- Credit Payment in Kiosks: Our MSR products are used in kiosks to scan credit cards to process payments.
With the explosion of social media, RFID-powered social media kiosks at event functions are now popular. Showing the more casual and entertaining side of RFID, providers like ODIN put together interactive kiosks that allow people to more easily engage with others and share enjoyable moments from events. Users who touch their conference ID badge to an RFID-powered kiosk and choose to attach it to their social media accounts can then easily share updates, check-ins, and photos from the variety of sessions, booths, or activities. One example of the application in action was by candy company Cadbury, who partnered with social media tech company dwinQ to set up a large, purple, inflatable booth. The Cadbury House booth was RFID-enabled with a ThingMagic USB reader. Prior to entering the Cadbury House, visitors could tap their event badges to the reader and then choose to link the badge to their Facebook account. From that point on, other readers throughout the attraction would automatically pick up visitors’ badges and give them different options for sharing content, such as a photo opportunity with an added backdrop of participants receiving Olympic medals in front of a large crowd. They reported that an impressive 75% of attendees opted to link their Facebook pages, checking in 5824 times and sharing 8958 photos.
Contact us to identify the right technology for your kiosk/customer engagement devices.