Flying Saucer Pizza owner predicts that one-touch mobile ordering will transform the way restaurants work.
Connected on-the-go guests are forcing an evolution in a quick-serve convenience staple.
New brilliant control updates century-old light switch design with voice and touch control for lights and other smart home devices.
Visionect's Place & Play provides guests with weather forecasts, hotel highlights, and rewards information on a zero-glare paperlike display.
The text-friendly maps allow tourists to curate travel itineraries around their favorite Manhattan television scenes.
Partnership allows hotel to offer digital signage for wayfinding and TV/video entertainment in each guest room.
Kitchen Armor Expo Screens are configured to support gestures and a 10-point, multi-touch, tablet-like experience compatible for use with latex or cloth gloves.
The wall features artworks that attract guest attention and respond to their movements, a photo booth, and a virtual concierge, where guests can explore Paris.
HITEC attendees could experience the hotel concierge and registration desk, fitness room, lobby bar and restaurant area, luxury suite and living room, back of house and training section.
The digital concierge displays the hotel brand, live flight tracker, newsfeed, weather feed, “selfie” function, hotel meeting and event information, as well as an interactive visitor guide.
Companies to debut kiosk at upcoming NRA Show 2017.
Ping HD provides innovative digital signage software solutions for the restaurant industry.
Using kiosks next to the display monitors, guests can learn more about local artists and even purchase the art that's on display.
Janna Rider of Dairy Queen discusses what questions operators need to answer to prepare for a successful digital signage implementation.