Heritage Gallery Kiosk Manager (Standard)

  • Product Code: Heritage-Gallery-Kiosk-Manager-Standard
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This software provides images, videos and newsletter gallery for heritage gallery. It can run on multiple devices such as television and tablets connected to the kiosk server network.

The television and tablets have their own home pages and sub pages allowing each to display different contents pairing with mural surrounding it. In addition, the television will be used as an announcement channel for audiences.

Live Demo: Email us at sales@kennykee.com.sg to request for a live demo or drop us a message now!

Technology: This application has a front end for public user and a content management system for administrator. Administrator will be able to customize contents on each device and even add more devices in the future.

Platform: This application is a web app running in multiple devices with one of them as a centralized server. Our kiosks and application are designed to run in a fully autonomous mode. From booting up and running application in the morning to shutting down in the evening for all PC, TV and tablets are automated. A very energy efficient design.

Kiosk & Mural Design Vendor: First Sight International is the leading integrated environmental art and design company for more than 15 years, delivering unique solutions to more than 1000 public and private entities. Our kiosks are made from environmental friendly and durable materials tailored specifically for each customer.

Who should use this software? If you are planning to create interactive kiosk to display information, announcement or to complement your gallery, then this application is a very suitable solution for you.

We provide comprehensive user training and manual to ensure all users have a good grasp on the know-how and they will be able to update the content at anytime. 

Live Demo: Email us at sales@kennykee.com.sg to request for a live demo or drop us a message now!

Heritage Gallery Kiosk Manager (Standard)

Tags: Touch Screen, Heritage Gallery