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The Complete Kiosk Answer

Did you know that as well as the world's leading
Public Browser Interface NetShift we produce a range of utilities to keep your kiosk running more reliably? And that they are free to NetShift users?
Check them out
!

The main utility is AKA (Automated Kiosk Attendant) which was originally developed to keep Win 95 & NT PC based Public Access Kiosks optimized for 24/7 operation. AKA (PBI version) has been supplied as a free NetShift utility to be run with NetShift PBI.
Now an AKA OSM version for other applications has been released! It is offered as a separate product. For more AKA information visit AKA features!

We also provide the best Virtual Keyboard System: Keyon. Make your kiosk touch friendly and market it with your own customised Keyon keyboards!


Download the latest NetShift PBI eval.
Download AKA PBI utility.
Download AKA OSM eval.
Download Keyon Virtual Keyboard System eval.

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Newsbit

Be a star or speak your mind at Channel 4's ME TV kiosks

By Tim Kiska / Detroit News Television writer

Move over Carmen Harlan. Channel 4 is about to make the man on the street famous.
    The station is installing five futuristic electronic kiosks in various places around Metro Detroit that will allow viewers to offer their comments on TV about whatever subjects they choose. The station will air some of those comments in its newscasts and elsewhere starting Thanksgiving Day.
    "We're hoping to have fun with this," says Channel 4 (WDIV) program director Henry Maldonado. "The entire idea is to allow people to be creative, and connect us even more with our audience."
    Would-be commentators simply stand in front of the kiosk -- called ME TV -- and look into the camera lens. Pressing a button allows you to talk for 30 seconds. Channel 4 will collect the tapes daily and cull them for interesting comments. City TV, one of Toronto's TV news outfits, has been using the system for a decade.
    One Channel 4 kiosk is installed at the station's downtown Detroit studios on Lafayette Street, and another is in the Star Southfield Theatre complex. Three other sites will be determined later.

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