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Samsung Offering the Samsung Kiosk Interactive Signage Options

Written by Stephen Vicinanza

Samsung has developed a compact, easy-to-use in-store Kiosk called, Samsung Kiosk. The Samsung Kiosk is designed for small businesses and large ones. It is an all-in-one payment and ordering system.

The units run a credit card, smartphone, and QR code transactions, in a smooth and seamless process. There is an ordering menu of options, which has been developed to be customized to the type of business and that business’s unique needs for growth.

There are a number of industries for which Samsung is developing Samsung Signage.

  • Retail
  • Airport
  • DOOH
  • Corporate
  • Control Room
  • QSR
  • Sports
  • Education
  • Broadcasting
  • Healthcare
  • Hospitality

Smart Signage products have solutions that include the MagicINFO, Color Expert Pro, and Business TV App. The Smart system is geared towards the in-store display and interactive Kiosk development. The displays are best-in-class picture quality, ranging in resolution from 1280 x 800 up to 3840 x 2160.

The aspect ratios are in the range of

  • 16:9
  • 8K UHD
  • 4K UHD
  • Full HD

These displays have a unit of brightness, without the glass that is in the range of ≤ 300 nit up to and including ≤ 3000 nit.

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Kiosks are 24″ in and 55″ in portrait orientation, rather than landscape as are most displays. They are meant for ease of itemization and purchasing, rather than just displaying video. Interaction is a major part of signage today, and Samsung has developed a series of kiosks and displays that are designed for the modern digital signage needs of businesses today.

The diagonal size of the displays in landscape form factor is from 13″ to 85″ in incremental measures. There is a wide range of software that can be used with the displays, and Samsung is working to keep up with the needs of modern large and small organizations.

Besides the interactive touchscreen displays, there are a number of different types of displays

  • Standalone
  • Outdoor and window
  • Video wall
  • Business TV

Some of the key factors in catching up to consumers now returning to stores and offices, parks and travel hubs.

Kiosk Key Features

  • Curbside and drive-thru are still popular delivery methods
  • in restaurants, people are back to wanting food fast and convenient
  • Healthy choices available on easy-to-customize menus
  • Healthy and safe kiosks (many companies are using film and regular disinfecting)
  • Infusing service with technology, making for a purely entertaining experience

Samsung | samsung.com

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Samsung Offering the Samsung Kiosk Interactive Signage Options

by Stephen Vicinanza time to read: 2 min