Blog July 08, 2020
How kiosks will make it safer to travel after Covid-19
Global travel will return, but the way we travel will be considerably different to what we are used to. Technology allows us to adapt to…Read
There are a range of ways travel sectors can use digital kiosks to improve their passenger experience. Visitor management, access control, self-service/self check-in and check-out, wayfinding and point of sale are all user journeys that benefit from technological intervention.
Our travel kiosk solutions are secure, efficient and user friendly. Additionally, we are focussed on ensuring that our kiosks are as health-conscious as possible, with antimicrobial screen protectors and the option for additional devices such as thermal, temperature check cameras, QR scanners and hand-sanitiser dispensers.
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Due to contactless cards and new technology, it’s found that Britons now carry less than £5 in cash in their wallets. According to MasterCard, more than 1 in 10 saying they have no hard cash at all. As a result, Apps are becoming increasingly popular. The frustration with these parking apps is that they request users to register to use them, and sometimes they don’t have the time.
A self-service contactless kiosk could enable users to find a quick solution; tap and choose their stay duration, and pay using the familiar contactless reader.
Train and bus station kiosks are ideal for access control, visitor management and POS self-service payment collectors. Customers can simply navigate train and bus times on a touchscreen kiosk interface and pay for tickets via a payment chip and pin or contactless device. Tickets can be printed via an integrated printer on the kiosk enclosure.
Self-service travel kiosks at train and bus stations offer a positive user journey, promote accessibility and increase efficiency and revenue.
Cruise lines can optimise efficiency and futurize cruise ships with digital kiosks. Whether this is speeding up the embarkment processes, improving customer experiences or providing resources, which are more cost-favourable than additional members of staff.
Cruise line tablet kiosks can encourage interactivity with customers, whilst the hospitality sectors on a cruise line can enhance their service with a digital experience.
Interactive travel kiosks have already been revolutionising the airport sector with self-service check-in kiosks and baggage drops, passport scanners and digital signage. Kiosks are more important than ever to help keep airports safe and efficient.
Currently, self-service kiosks are at the forefront of the changes at airports and docks, border control, arrivals and departures and during flights. Going forward, we predict a surge in biometric enrolment, before the day of travel. This technological development is already well underway and applied in various scenarios.