The Ergonomic Solutions Group’s new SpacePole Kiosk – A modular, configurable and customisable platform for a wide range of self-service applications

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The Ergonomic Solutions Group, the designer and manufacturer of technology mounting solutions, has launched the SpacePole Kiosk – described as a multifunctional platform with maximum flexibility for a wide range of self-service applications including self-check-in/check-out, self-ordering, endless aisle, product display & advertising, ticketing, click & collect and many more.

Screen or tablet – your choice

The Kiosk takes advantage of the well-known modularity of SpacePole, which allows Ergonomic Solutions to enable solutions utilising either a VESA compatible screen or tablet of any size from 10” to 32”, providing the maximum use case flexibility for end users in the retail, hospitality, entertainment or transportation sectors.

Compatibility

Hardware agnostic, the kiosk supports payment devices from more than 20 different payment manufacturers and a wide range of printer and scanner brands. Moreover, it is fully compatible with Ergonomic Solutions’ range of SpacePole peripheral mounts; enabling the benefits of upcycling existing hardware, mixing and matching preferred brands and models and providing an easy and cost-effective upgrade path.

With customer welfare in mind

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Speaking of the launch of the SpacePole Kiosk, Ian Dewar MD & CEO – Ergonomics Solutions, said: “We wanted to bring the modularity of our SpacePole product range to the self-service arena, where so many different configurations of hardware are required dependent on application. For example, an endless aisle or customer sign-in require very different specifications to that of a self-checkout application. With the SpacePole Kiosk, the basic platform remains the same, and the customer simply chooses which hardware options they require to bring the application to life.” 

The kiosk can be built to a customer’s exact requirements, with design modifications, change of colour and specific hardware combinations. Also, its robust construction makes it perfect for unattended self-service use in a range of high traffic environments.

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