Kiosk Designs – The Solar Powered Interactive Sanitizing Kiosk

As an industry leader in the sanitizing and cleaning industry, Serta has taken great strides in making sanitizing kiosks a reality. The current innovation is a vertical help structure that includes a counter-top station from where a hand-held sanitizing cleanser is dispensed via a hose; c) a sanitizing water reservoir that contains a hand-held sanitizing rinse; and d) hand rail on which a customer can wipe his hands. This innovation is a significant advancement in the sanitizing kiosk industry. It provides a sanitizing kiosk with a hands-free mechanism for rinsing hands and a method for delivering clean hands to customers. This invention also provides a means for sanitizing hands other than the traditional spray.

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The invention presents new methods for promoting businesses in markets beyond traditional advertising venues. In addition to its vertical application, the invention also provides a flexible solution for kiosks and non-vertical applications, including mobile vending, interactive kiosks and in-store sanitizing kiosks. The invention is comprised of electronic parts and components that are housed in a common base that is assembled in the field. The assembly process is accomplished through digital signage that uses a head mounted display and wireless technology for communication between components. The system is controlled through a wireless network that includes an application server that coordinates all of the information among multiple devices. A mass amount of data is transmitted to the application server for display to various users and for communication between components.

Sanitizing kiosks are commonly used in food service areas, medical facilities, hotels, malls, schools, and others that require a sanitizing or a hand washing facility. Typically, there are two types of kiosks: the hand-operated dispenser and the automated dispenser. A typical dispenser requires operators to stand at a particular location to operate the sanitizing signage.

Another type of kiosks are called hand sanitizing kiosks. Hand sanitizing signage requires the operator to wear gloves or sanitizing solutions that sanitize hands prior to entering a room where food is processed or where raw meat is stored. Many hotels use these types of kiosks to encourage guest to keep their hands clean. sanitizing kiosks are often found in food courts, airport terminal, hospitals, schools and other locations.

Mobile sanitizing dispensers are another form of this technology that are available for in-store use. These dispensers can be utilized by customers waiting in a store to purchase items or can be used by customers carrying products inside a retail store to sanitize them. They are very similar to mobile restroom dispensers. A mobile dispenser typically has a sanitizing solution attached to its hose. The sanitizing solution may be applied using a squeegee or a hand sanitizing solution bottle.

An interesting type of kiosk is an electronic display panel or an LCD or plasma screen sanitizing dispenser. In most cases, these types of kiosks are found in retail stores. An interactive digital kiosk is one that is computer generated. It usually runs on an embedded computer chip and requires no additional hardware for operation. These types of kiosks have been found to be particularly effective in promoting healthcare programs such as hand hygiene in retail stores.

One type of kiosk that has been recently developed is kiosk 20. This solar powered kiosk allows you to view and interact with informational posters or banners. The images are displayed on a cloudy sky colored background while you are in a vehicle moving through traffic. As you drive close to an exhibit a graphic display will appear on the dashboard. You can choose from a wide selection of information as you move out of traffic.

The final type of sanitizing kiosk we are going to look at is a floor-engelling sanitizing kiosk. These interactive floor-enges are similar to a sanitizing booth except they are smaller. These models typically only allow one person to interact with the information provided. A floor-enges interactive kiosk includes two panels – a black and white acrylic panel and a clear acrylic panel. The acrylic panel is used to display the information on the cloudy, moonlit blue colored background while the white panel is used to clearly display the graphic display for the adult.