Hongzhou Smart Tech 's pos terminal has been widely used in many industries.Hongzhou Smart Tech is able to meet customers' needs to the greatest extent by providing customers with one-stop and high-quality solutions.
Company Advantages 1. The quality inspections of Hongzhou tourist information kiosk have been carried out. These inspections are mainly smoothness, splicing trace, cracks, anti-fouling ability, stability, and durability. 2. The product has good heat dissipation effect. It is built with a cooling system inside to protect the components from overheat damage. 3. Hongzhou Smart Tech Co.,Ltd has built a high quality digital information kiosk production base to make sure the high quality and security of tourist information kiosk .
Brand / Model
Industrial PC System
QR code scaner
※ Wall mounted kiosk
※ Stable quality, brand module from famous providers;
※ R&D and manufacturing. We can design and produce kiosk in house.
※ Perfect after sale service, fast response and repair service;
Wall mounted bracket
Application & Optional Configuration
※ Public places: bus station, railway station, metro station, airport, park, stadiums, parking lot.
※ Infrared body sensor:Active Infrared sensor module.
※ 3G wireless router antenna:Professional Antenna of Telecom 3G.
※ Custom Option:All the above configuration can be customize.
Company Features 1. Established years ago in China, Hongzhou Smart Tech Co.,Ltd is among the best in the design, manufacture, and export of tourist information kiosk . 2. Hongzhou is a well-known brand that owns the advantage of digital information kiosk production technology. 3. Hongzhou Smart Tech serves customers, understand their needs, and strive to meet those needs. Contact us! Positive attitude and confidence is the goal we quest for. We encourage our employees to stay positive and show their vigorous energy and attitude no matter what problems they are facing. We believe this can improve the overall working efficiency. Contact us! In our factories, our sustainability process drives decreased energy consumption by installing new technologies and more efficient facilities while optimizing business and manufacturing processes. Contact us! In every detail of the work, Hongzhou Smart Tech Co.,Ltd follows the highest ethical standards. Contact us!
The global kiosk market is expected to be worth $30.8 billion thanks in large part to the shift in quick-service restaurants (QSRs) towards self-service technology, according to a new report by Tillster and research firm SSI.The Tillster research surveyed 2,000 QSRs and their customers. According to its findings, kiosk usage in restaurants is up and will continue growing over time: 37 percent of customers said they had used a kiosk last year, up from 20 percent the previous year, and another 67 percent said they intended to place an order with a self-service kiosk within the next year.Customers also said that if the line at a QSR is longer than four people, they would prefer to order at a kiosk. And, perhaps most surprisingly, usage numbers don’t skew towards a younger generation; the research found that kiosks are popular across age groups.The research noted that, “Self-service kiosks help restaurants with line-busting, which in turn optimizes the customer experience. Kiosks have also proven to increase average check size through consistent upselling and cross-selling.”Part of this growth is fueled simply by the availability of kiosk technology in restaurants. Major QSRs, from Dunkin’ and Shake Shack to Wingstop and Wendy’s have implemented the technology in at least some locations.However, a more important part of this technology’s ongoing growth in QSRs is not about the presence of the machines themselves but about what those machines are capable of doing in terms of speeding up service and offering a more personalized menu experience to customers. McDonald’s is the obvious case in point here: its recent acquisition of Dynamic Yield and ongoing rollout of AI-powered menu personalization suggests a new standard for kiosks that will at some point start to become the norm. Soon, it won’t be enough to have durable hardware and a slick, easy-to-use interface. Rather, QSR kiosks will need to come built the ability to tell customers exactly what they want the moment they step up to the screen