Genee World, the Midlands-based manufacturer of interactive displays and AV devices, has announced the launch of Genee Kiosk. Genee Kiosk incorporates an interactive touchscreen that can be loaded with existing or bespoke software tailored to specific applications. With touch technology becoming more commonplace throughout industry and the public sector, Genee World plan to extend its reach into new markets.
Self-service kiosks are proving to be extremely valuable for shortening time spent assisting customers and have a real impact on raising efficiency and lowering costs. The technology is robust and adaptable to many situations that require client check-in and booking. Kiosks can also be used to advertise products, services and events, provide route maps and directions.
Initially Genee Kiosks will be produced in three upright designs, which can be adapted and branded to customer specification.
Ranjit Singh, CEO of Genee World, said: “Over the years we have become experts in the ever-expanding field of touchscreen technology, so adding the kiosk to our product portfolio is a natural step for Genee World.”
Kiosks are used across many industry sectors including retail, health, education, leisure and travel.
Genee Kiosks work in extreme temperatures and incorporate robust anti-glare and anti-reflective high-definition LED screens.Find out more
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Genee World will be showing its entire range of G-Touch Deluxe LED touchscreens at ISE 2015. The G-Touch range provides teachers and trainers with the benefit of 10-point multi-touch support, a built-in OPS slot to retro fit an i3, i5 or i7 processor separately and built-in Android operating system.
The new range of 10-point touchscreens, include the new addition of the 80” G Touch LED screen. Other screens sizes include: 55”, 65”, 70” and 84” screens.
Presentation and educational software is provided with all screens, giving the user full-functionality from set-up.
All G-Touch screens are high-definition, with the exception of the 84”, which is a 4K UHD model.
With its high-end commercial panel 24/7 Flash, the G-Touch LED screen can be used 24 hours a day, seven days a week, making the G-Touch LED screen one of the most durable interactive displays on the market.
Genee World will also be showing a range of visualisers, response systems and its new interactive touchscreen kiosk.
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Genee World, the Midlands-based manufacturer of interactive displays and devices, has announced the launch of the new range of 10-point touchscreens, including the addition of the 80” G-Touch LED screen. The new 80” G-Touch LED screen is part of the range, which includes the 55”, 65” and 70” screens.
Ranjit Singh, CEO of Genee World, said: “We are extremely enthusiastic and excited about the launch of the new 10-point G-Touch screens, particularly the 80”. We have seen a huge increase in the number of our touchscreens going into the market place. Many of our customers have told us that they would like a large screen but due to budget constraints they are not able to purchase the 84″ model, and they feel that the 70″ is just too small for their specific environment.”
With the Deluxe range, teachers and trainers can now benefit from the 10-point multi-touch support, built-in OPS slot to retro fit an i3, i5 or i7 processor separately, or employ the built-in Android operating system.
With its high-end commercial panel 24/7 Flash, the G-Touch LED screen can be 24 hours a day, seven days a week, making the G-Touch LED screen is one of the most durable interactive displays on the market.
Genee World, the Midlands-based manufacturer of interactive displays and devices, has announced a major deal with the Nigerian Ministry of Education to implement 161 fully interactive classrooms into the country’s tertiary education system.
Each classroom will include a Genee Touch screen, a visualiser, a Genee Slate graphics tablet, a Genee iQ audience response system.
Genee World worked with its premier Nigerian reseller, Spectrum International, on the deal which has been financed by the Tertiary Education Fund (TETFUND). The TETFUND is a tax levied by the Nigerian government on all businesses with the aim of funding the country’s higher education system.
“This is a great opportunity to bring our range of products to a new marketplace,” said Ranjit Singh, CEO “Our products are at the cutting-edge of education and training technology, and it’s an exciting development to see them used to educate in such diverse and interesting ways.”
The Genee World technology will allow students to collaborate with each other and the teacher with full interaction. The screens have a large range of connectivity, which enables the user to connect computers, visualisers, cameras and other devices directly to the screen then switch seamlessly between them. The audience response systems allow for full participation from the students, including voting and answering questions in realtime. All lessons can be planned in advance, recorded and saved for assessment purposes.