Interactive 'kiosk' shows the way at weddings, funerals

If you've ever had difficulty finding a specific grave in a cemetery or your designated seat at a reception, help is on the way.

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August 3, 2008 21:37
Interactive 'kiosk' shows the way at weddings, funerals

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If you've ever had difficulty finding a specific grave in a cemetery or your designated seat at a reception, help is on the way. Lod-based Kadouri Industrial Design Ltd. has created interactive "computer kiosks." Upon keying in a name, the kiosk displays the path to your destination. A thermal printer can be integrated into any model and to print slips or documents of any kind. Kadouri claims to be Israel's leading industrial design company and manufactures and markets signage, training media and design solutions for the corporate environment. Clients include architects, design studios, advertising agencies, major banks, hotels, hospitals and other public and private solutions. "Robots maybe won't replace people as one sees in the movie Wall-e, but interactive computerized stands simplify processes, reduce queues and are even able to save embarrassment in sensitive situations," said CEO Yishai Kadouri.


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