November 2021 LinkedIn Newsletter

By | November 25, 2021

LinkedIn Newsletter 11-2021

Nice photo tour of Kohls in Colorado. EV Charging stations are all over Google maps and now you have combination engagements where you stop at a Sonic for burger while charging your Tesla. Not sure I have ever seen a Tesla at Sonic come to think of it.

My writeup and photo tour on bill payment stations for AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Xfinity/Comcast got the inbox ringing a bit. Along with being knowledgeable on the subject apparently I am supposed to be a mind reader.

I think we are going to do a bit more on Linux and currency handling bill payment coming up.

Company News — New launched company is American Kiosks. Looks like the URL is live too — — This isn’t the first company that KIOSK has spawned (Kiosk Innovations down the street from us).

Trade Shows and Associations — We’re planning on exhibiting at DSE to try and support its rise from the ashes. Hopefully kma is association sponsor and kioskindustry is media sponsor. This is natural extension of AVIXA.

Events and Features This Month

First Responder Lockers and Kiosk — Our feature story on innovative new public safety lockers and kiosks from CR+M. The CR+M digital kiosk stores five CR+M belts, each containing five STOP THE BLEED® kits as well as a breaching tool and a ballistic shield. The units also provide a highly valuable real-time digital bulletin board, branding and advertising tool.

Bill Payment Kiosk Review – an onsite review, photo gallery and discussion of 2021 payment stations used in retail telecom stores such as AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Xfinity Comcast.

McDonalds Deploys Accessibility to self-order kiosks — McDonalds will deploy accessibility to all owned stores by the end of the year and any new deployments to franchise stores will come with accessibility included. Featured is the integration of the JAWS screen reader and the AudioPad hardware assistive technology.

NRF in New York January — We will be showcasing accessibility in multiple form factors and in the POS space. As part of the show, the KMA and Datacap Systems have nominated PopID in the Best Payment Innovation award category. As of September 2021, PopID announced that more than 100 restaurants and retail brands now accept PopPay throughout Southern California with around 70,000 registered users and more than four million facial authentications.

On September 7, 2021, PopID announced they plan to go national. Recently, Wendy’s in Japan announced a rollout of facial payment technology by PopID. It takes less than 30 seconds to vote. Please vote for PopID at:

That’s it for this newsletter. LinkedIn offered it up as an option for me so I figure best to try it out and see what if anything it is good for. Here are my main Flip channels and I post the kiosk stuff on