Fundamentals
A robust and flexible general purpose kiosk. Dimensions: 1500 (h) x 580 (w) x 410 (d) mm Weight: 60 Kg Sheet steel body, stainless steel base Wide selection of colors

Cabinet
Sturdy PC housing integrated with the cabinet Fully grounded electrical distribution, current protection Microprocessor controlled fans to stabilize internal temperature Power supply monitoring and UPS control Watchdog timer Secure access through three separate, microprocessor controlled latches Proximity sensor to detect the presence of users
Standard Configuration
17" LCD TFT
INTEL Dual Core CPU (Configurable)
512 MB RAM (Min) (Configurable)
120 GB vibration resistant HDD (Configurable)
10/100Mbs Ethernet
Active Speaker, Serial, USB, PS-2, Parallel ports
Stainless steel Keyboard and tracball

Optional Features
Membrane keyboard and touchpad
Touch screen
Card reader
Cash & Coin Acceptor / Dispenser
Camera
Telephone handset
Printer
Stainless steel keyboard
Standard Models                click image to view details
INF 130 IND 210 IND 220 KYB 220 KYB 210 OUT 110 DBL 210 CSH 210 APL 210 MONOLITH


Custom Design Approach

The goal of the custom design approach is to create a kiosk system that is unique to its owner. We have developed our own custom design methodology to assure project success. This methodology consists of 3 main phases;

Need Analysis and Component Determination

Each kiosk project has its own set of requirements. In this phase we compile answers to questions such as the project objective, the target audience, the application, which components should be used to achieve a successful kiosk system, etc. and with the gathered information we form "The Customer Specification Report". This report presents a set of alternative solutions, with alternative peripherals based on our experience. At the end of this phase we expect to agree on the right solution and peripherals with our customers.

Cabinet Design and Modeling

Based on the agreed specifications, our creative and industrial designers first make sketch drawings of the kiosk cabinets. Then the design is asked for our customer's approval.

With the feedback we get, we fine-tune our drawings and produce 3D designs.

Prototype & Manufacturing

Once 3D designs have been approved, we manufacture a prototype kiosk and present it to the customer for feedback. Prototyping is an invaluable tool in making sure that the end product meets the expectation of the customer. It is only once any modifications have been identified and agreed and the prototype is approved that we are ready for the final step of Mass Manufacturing.
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