What is a Self Service Kiosk?
A Self Service Kiosk is a broad term. A Self Service Kiosk is an interactive terminal on which users or customers can complete transactions themselves. Transactions which employees often used to do.
Common examples of Self Service Kiosks are self-scan check-outs and Self Ordering Kiosks in restaurants. But in technical terms, Self Service Kiosks also include solutions like Price Checkers and Access Control solutions.
A Self Service Kiosk combines a lot of different software and hardware.
- Software in the form of applications, to facilitate user transactions and to link the kiosk to various systems, such as the check-out and stock systems.
- Hardware like Android or Intel SOC Touch Displays, whereby users are
- These displays are then integrated in a physical kiosk which can be branded in your company's corporate identity.
- This Kiosk often has a POS Terminal. A POS Terminal is a big word for a pin machine, where you can pay and get a receipt or order number.