Traveler stands at a kiosk at the airport to print ticket and process checked baggage

Powering secure self-service kiosks in terminals

Wirelessly connect travelers, security, and staff with customized platforms

Optimizing a modern air travel system for performance requires equal focus on efficiency of back-end operations and customer experience. Though there is a growing concentration of connected devices present in an airport environment, arguably the most critical are self-service kiosks with which travelers interact at various terminal locations to access information and provide critical data through check-in, point-of-sale, security, and other applications. The hardware solutions that facilitate those interactions must be secure, reliable, and easy to connect if they are to enhance both front and back-end experiences.

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Traveler using POE touchscreen display for wayfinding in a retail mall


As airports and the air travel experience continue to evolve by incorporating smart technology and self-service applications for travelers, the reliability, security, and interconnectivity of terminal-based solutions becomes increasingly important. Customer-facing solutions are ubiquitous across airports for check-in, security, surveillance, retail sales, dissemination of information, and traveler engagement.

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JACS Solution

Both the systems administrators and customers of airports and other major travel hubs need touchscreen technologies that are secure, dependable, and customized to streamline the ever-changing workflows of modern travel.

The JACS Touchscreen Series Displays are available in a variety of sizes ranging from 10 to 55 inches and are fully customizable to integrate with business peripherals, such as printers, temperature scanners, point-of-sale devices, card readers, and barcode scanners. They can be mounted in tamper-resistant enclosures and branded with corporate colors and logos.