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Hand sanitising kiosks launched to combat COVID-19

A digital signage firm has launched a series of hand sanitiser kiosks to combat the coronavirus spread.

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The kiosks have been launched to fight against the coronavirus pandemic

NoviSign Digital Signage has designed the kiosks in a sturdy metal enclosing and an integrated commercial grade 21.5” digital sign which it manages through its own cloud-based digital signage software.

The freestanding and wall mountable kiosks feature an internal auto-dispenser for either gel, foam or liquid sanitiser and come with a built-in drip tray.

Combining the ability to kill bacteria through sanitiser with targeted messages to provide crucial information and messages, the kiosks will play a key part in keeping more people safe and well.

Upon walking up to the kiosk, users can receive hand sanitiser while seeing any combination of information and media being displayed on the kiosk’s screen

Chad Bogan, director of sales and marketing at NoviSign Digital Signage says: “This series of hand sanitising kiosks are the perfect solution for high-traffic public locations such as medical clinics, malls, commercial buildings, insurance companies and retail settings.

“Upon walking up to the kiosk, users can receive hand sanitiser while seeing any combination of information and media being displayed on the kiosk’s screen.”

Users can use NoviSign’s software to display either split-screen or full-screen advertising, as well as use drag-and-drop widgets to insert live feeds, websites, weather forecasts, images and social media feeds. The kiosks support WiFi, hardwire or 3/4G connection and have a built-in Android media player.



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