Price: Rs. 45,000 – 1, 50,000/-
|Place of Origin:||Delhi, New Delhi||Brand Name:||ENRG|
|Model Number:||SP-V2||Panel Size:||55inch, 55 inch|
|Max Resolution:||1920*1080||Screen Type:||Touch|
|Panel Type:||TFT-LCD||OS:||Android( windows option)|
POE+ for Optional
Internal Media Player
Quad-core Cortex-A17 1.8GHz, RockChip RK3288
USB2.0 HOST (x3)
Video (MPG, AVI, MP4, RM, RMVB, TS)
Audio (MP3, WMA), Image (JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG)
FAQ OF DIGITAL KIOSK
What is a digital kiosk?
A “digital kiosk” is a free-standing digital sign that can be deployed in high-traffic public areas. Digital signage kiosks are one of today’s most popular forms of “digital signage” due to their modern design and sleek look of digital kiosks. The applications that you can use in digital kiosks are vast but highly effective.
Because a digital kiosk is free-standing, it enables efficient and quick placements. Digital signage kiosks typically come with standard 1080P but can be upgraded to display 4K content.
Digital signage kiosks are commercial grade, built to run 24/7, and come with internal cooling systems that allow for a digital signage kiosk to run without overheating issues consistently.
Popular digital signage kiosks include 43”, 46”, and 55”. The digital kiosks display can be positioned in landscape or portrait.
How do I play media on a digital kiosk?
Using a digital kiosk, you can display any combination of videos, images, promotional media, informational content, and more! The content playing on the digital kiosk can be either updated manually using a USB thumb drive or wirelessly from your computer using cloud-based digital signage software.
Cloud updates are the most popular option for digital signage kiosk content management because:
From anywhere you can update the digital kiosk’s content
Centrally manage a single or hundreds of digital kiosks content
Make real-time instant updates to content
Remotely preschedule content to play on specific days and time
Stream live weather, news, and social media feed
Monitor the status of the digital kiosk content and status
What are the benefits of a digital kiosk?
Because digital kiosks are free-standing, the content being displayed is highly visible and can be easily seen at eye level. This makes digital kiosks one of the best forms to advertise and inform.
The average digital kiosk is 5’ high x 3’ w and the screen size ranges from 46” – 55” in a portrait orientation.
Eliminates the need to print static signage
Remotely change and update the digital kiosk’s content
Long lasting with an average of 70,000 hours of usage
Minimal technical setup
How do remotely manage the digital kiosk’s content?
To remotely manage your digital kiosk content you will need digital signage software that is web-based and user-friendly.
With the right software you will be able to:
Display multimedia slideshows, videos, and images
Spotlight advertisements, sales, and promotions
Add local weather, news feeds, and area traffic
YouTube and Upstream videos and playlists
Stream social media feeds like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
Display custom scrolling text tickers
Remotely monitor the digital kiosk’s content
Make real-time updates to the digital kiosk content
Run proof-of-play reports
What are the applications of a digital kiosk?
You can use digital kiosks to get your message out efficiently. Digital signage kiosks are used to notify, promote and advertise products. Popular ways and industries that you can use a digital kiosk for include:
What are the most common applications for a digital kiosk?
Interactive kiosks and digital signage have made it easier to engage and connect with viewers. The advantages of using a digital signage kiosk vary from market to market, but the technology can be customized to fit the needs of any business. Let’s take a look at the top three applications for digital signage kiosks:
Used in public areas informational kiosks are deployed to share on-demand information, customer service notifications, hours of operation, transportation options, weather alerts, and event listings.
Freestanding digital signage kiosks for way-finding are a great way to provide patrons with concise information. “You are here” maps can be added, directory listings tenants, and other local area maps and be displayed.
Advertising & Promotions Kiosks
Kiosks are a great way to promote new sales, specials, advertisements, and coupons. Also, you can increase brand recognition and loyalty by using digital signage kiosks.
What are the components of a commercial-grade digital kiosk?
When looking to purchase a digital signage kiosk, it is important to look for the items below.
Digital signage kiosks are made of sturdy, long-lasting alloy encasing
This withstands public usage
Impact-resistant special glass that is exceptionally durable
Tempered glass can easily be cleaned with Windex
Built-in Advanced Cooling System
Prevents the digital kiosks from overheating and shutting off
Enables smooth, sharp, and clear viewing of digital kiosks content from any angle
LED Edge Lit or 4K
For a vivid picture look for either 1080P HD LED Edge Lit or 4K digital signage kiosks
Digital signage kiosks should be at minimum rated for 50,000 hours of use with 24/7
Integrated Media Player
Look for all-in-one digital kiosks that include built-in media players
Allows you to pre-schedule the digital kiosk to power on/off on its own automatically
UL Listed (UL is an internationally acclaimed safety certification organization)
What is a Media Player?
A media player is a small-form device that plays the digital kiosk content/media. Today’s most popular media players are Android, Windows, and ChromeOS. Digital signage kiosks typically come with Android or Windows media players built-in. Benefits of built-in digital kiosk media players include:
The player is concealed from the public and secure
Eliminates the need to purchase a 3rd part media player
Connects to WiFi or hardline for wireless updates
Digital signage software can be installed onto the player
THE DO’S AND DON’TS OF DIGITAL KIOSK
There is no need to reiterate the importance of retail kiosks. You cannot walk into many retailers without encountering a self-service solution to engrave pet tags, exchange coins, rent movies, enroll in loyalty programs, and more. With the ubiquitous nature of retail kiosks, you need to keep in mind a few “do’s” and “don’t” if you want your kiosk to stand out and build brand awareness and loyalty.
Have support for EMV compliance. This is an obvious issue to address, and one for which many hardware manufacturers have already crafted all the necessary tools you need to keep your kiosks up to date with government regulations.
Utilize effective kiosk software. “Kiosk software must keep the kiosk up and running, ready for use,” said Laura Miller, director of marketing, KioWare Kiosk Software. “Kiosk software restarts the device when needed, making sure that the device is working properly and resets between users. Kiosk software allows for customizing the look and feel of the kiosk application from the attract screen and start page to toolbar icons and colors. Security is crucial and customer privacy and data must be protected or trust in the brand is at risk. Kiosk software clears user data, behavior, and activity, keeping data from being sent or distributed via email, USB, or other security holes.”
Keep your brand message consistent. When potential customers see your kiosk in different retailers, they should be able to recognize it and use it in the same manner that they did the first time they used one of your kiosks. “Consistency with the brand is key. Clear messaging about [the] kiosk’s purpose and function is also important,” Miller said.
Find a good spot for your kiosk. “Location is always king,” said Ben Wheeler, director of marketing for RedyRef Interactive Kiosks. “From past experience on the DVD self-checkout projects I worked on, location won the day for the Redbox program. Having a corner on McDonald’s, Walmart, and Walgreens made Redbox impervious to the larger company that entered the space … that is no longer in the DVD vertical marketplace.” For a non-retail example, if you have a ticketing kiosk for a movie theater, don’t shove it in the corner where no one can see it.
Let your GUI or touchscreen become outdated. Out-dated GUIs harm your customer experience and lower credibility. In addition, you need to make sure your touchscreen is accurate enough to avoid frustration, and keeping your touchscreen up to date can fix this issue. “With the technology of today’s touchscreens, accuracy and sensitivity continue to improve,” Miller said. “Small design tweaks [like] providing larger buttons and adequate spacing between buttons can reduce frustrations with touchscreen accuracy, particularly for those with larger fingers.”
Cut corners on outdoor retail kiosk protection. If your kiosk is outdoors, it has to deal with a host of issues from temperature swings to excessive moisture. There are several methods you can utilize to keep your kiosk safe. For one, you can install heaters to keep it at a reasonable temperature in the winter. You can also reduce the number of crevasses in your kiosk enclosure to prevent frost from getting in and causing problems, according to James Gregorie, director of digital marketing at Swift-Protech LLC. Also, buying industrial-grade equipment can provide some peace of mind.
Use retail employees as a backup. If customers have to go to a retail employee to ask for help with a kiosk, then for that customer your kiosk is no longer a self-service solution. The cell phone-charging kiosk ChargeItSpot has attempted to solve this problem by integrating a live-chat option into their kiosks. If a customer forgets the number they entered to store their kiosk, they can simply press a button to call a representative, who will confirm their identity and release the lock on the locker where the cell phone is stored.