One World Touch’s LM-5526-33C touch screen monitors are being used as a virtual receptionist/way finding kiosk throughout the campus of a Top 5 Oil & Gas company. These kiosks allow visitors to check in and initiate a video session with a receptionist through the touch display/webcam kiosk. In addition, both visitors and employees can find the quickest route or most handicap accessible route to their destination as well as explore the campus and its many amenities. Currently 20 kiosks have been deployed with more to come as the campus expands.
Two of One World Touch’s LM-4226-39-BZ touch screen monitors are being used to help showcase Hudson Yards, the largest development in New York City since the Rockefeller Center was completed in 1939. “The site will include more than 17 million square feet of commercial and residential space, more than 100 shops, a collection of restaurants, approximately 5,000 residences, a unique cultural space, 14 acres of public open space, a 750-seat public school and a 175-room luxury hotel—all offering unparalleled amenities for residents, employees and guests.”, according to Hudson Yards website. These kiosks allow users to explore this extraordinary New York City development interactively using touch.
In an effort to showcase the latest and greatest products Sony has to offer in their Bravia product line, Sony used a Custom 15” OWT Touch Monitor for over 2100 kiosks at Best Buy Retail Stores. These kiosks helped consumers become more informed about the Sony Bravia family of products and in turn drove sales to the next level. An independent study showed these kiosks netted a 28-44% increase in Sales of the Bravia TVs and other related products. More than 2 Million people used the OWT Touch Monitors as part of this Interactive Experience. “We are pleased to have worked on such a high profile project with large international clients such as Sony and Best Buy”, said Marcus Melant, Vice President of One World Touch. “Knowing it was a such a huge success for our clients is why we are in this business.”
If you bank with TD Bank, there is a good chance you have used our Touch Monitors. For the last 3 years TD Bank has exclusively been using OWT 20” and 24” Touch Monitors for its popular Penny Arcade machine. These coin counting machines turn your spare change into money that you can get in cash or deposited into your TD Bank account. The best part is there is no additional fee for TD Bank customers. The Penny Arcades have also been wildly popular with children and teaching them the fundamentals of managing their money.
One World Touch has been excited to work with TD Bank on this project and it’s obvious the feeling is mutual. Here is a quote from one of TD Bank’s Procurement Managers; “I mean it sincerely when I say you folks are fantastic! You are consistently going above and beyond in servicing our often challenging requests.”
One World Touch exhibited products at SID (Society for Information Display) held at the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center in San Antonio, TX. The SID show typically showcases the latest in display and other technologies throughout the various industries and this show did not disappoint. One World Touch displayed a 24″ Capacitive Touch Monitor (LM-2411-10), a 40″ Large DST Touch Monitor (LM-4018-32) and a 19″ Slim Touch Panel PC (SP-1900-64). Products were shown using custom software by Firestar Communications which is based out of Chicago, IL and some off the shelf touch screen applications and games.