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Touchscreen multimedia terminal with QR code reader
We are currently in the digital age. Marketing, like other professional fields, cannot ignore digitalization. Their visibility and reputation depend on it. This is the main reason why digital management tools such as touch-screen terminals are particularly popular with companies. Digital signage terminals, public reception management terminals, etc., these types of devices are being increasingly democratised by the various brands. Among them, touch terminals with barcode or QR Code readers have an impressive number of applications. They can, in fact, be used both for the registration of arrivals and for the order managementamong other things.
What is the QR Code, or Flash Code?
The QR code is increasingly used instead of the traditional barcode, which is still visible on many media. The principle of the flash code is quite simple. It is composed of a square of pixelated 2-dimensional pictograms that hide a set of information that can be read by a terminal equipped with a dedicated reader. This can be a simple smartphone or an interactive terminal equipped with a reader. Without being exhaustive, a QR Code simplifies a number of tasks. By scanning it on a terminal, it can be used to connect to a website, send an SMS or a call, register a business card or directly access certain content online or on a local server.
There are two types of QR Code. The first, the direct flash code, allows the user to directly trigger an action through the information it conceals. The second, the indirect flash code, allows the user to access a server, usually online, which contains the action to be triggered. Compared to the barcode, the QR Code has the advantage of being able to store more information in a small space.
Making the most of QR Code technology with a touch terminal
Touchscreen kiosks with QR code readers are currently very popular. And for good reason, they can be used in many situations. Indeed, this type of technology can be used in combination with other communication media such asdynamic display. Interactive kiosks can be used in shops and points of sale, but also at various types of events. They can be used primarily for theregistration of customer arrivals The main use is to check the status of orders or to check the status of various customer orders. Touch terminals with QR code readers are also used by town halls in a process of digitisation of the administrationfor example.
At first glance, touchscreen terminals with QR code readers are not just for marketing. All sectors that receive the public can use it to offer a better user experience.
Your touchscreen kiosk with QR code reader at Xifab
The use of the QR Code in combination with a kiosk with a reader is relatively easy to set up. It only takes a few steps with the help of software or an application. The latter always accompanies the touch-sensitive kiosk with reader, making it capable of reading the coded information. Moreover, such software is generally inexpensive and can be developed on other media than the kiosk, such as a smartphone, for example. At Xifab, our flash code reader kiosks run on Android and Windows to allow our customers to easily understand how to use them.
Compared to its competitors, Xifab distinguishes itself by its ability to offer customised solutions for both code reader kiosks and other types of display media. This is also the case with our kiosks with QR code readers. For our customers, we offer the LuTab kiosk, which can read barcodes as well as 1D and 2D flash codes. As an offer of customisation of your kiosksAs an offer of the LuTab, we give you the possibility to add tablet options, the design in your colours according to your contents. If you wish, we can have the terminals delivered to you and, if necessary, installed on your premises. The LuTab terminal is especially suitable for digitalisation of shops and commercial spaces medium and large-scale events. Because it will be used by a number of visitors, the touch terminal with QR code reader does not have any fragile structural elements.