Maximize operations management in Transport and Aviation
PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS Transport and Aviation technology solutions can help you optimize productivity while simplifying the passenger experience.
With more than 17 years of experience, PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS offers a wide range of technological solutions and products for Transport and Aviation that will help you manage and monitor passenger flow, alert and implement employee productivity, minimize waiting time and, above all, create conditions for the passenger to have a memorable experience.
Digital Kiosks and Billboards
Digital kiosks and billboards are increasingly used by the transport and aviation industries (land or sea).
Common Use Self Service kiosks CUSS) have provided autonomy to passengers, who can access information, register and print luggage labels through these kiosks, among other features.
There are several applications and functionalities that digital kiosks and billboards
can do in these sectors, such as:
Search real time information: Flights, destinations, schedules, etc.
Check-in / Check-Out
Vehicle Management, Rent-a-Car
Printing of merchandise and luggage identification tags
24/7 Customer Support
We support our partners and customers to reaching the most effective product to meet the needs of each project. Developing custom equipment or based on standard equipment that our company already have.
Digital signage is emerging in the Transport and Aviation sector, with the main objective being to improve the travel experience from the customers point of view. You can reduce perceived wait times by using digital signage.
Currently, multimedia kiosks allow control and management of access, from entrances and exits to transport and passengers. Reduce human resources and therefore costs, providing a quality, effective and faster service to all passengers !
The access control kiosks can be customized and developed according to the needs of the project, being able to be integrated different components such as: webcam, card reader, keyboard, among others.
Airports are trying to be friendlier places, treating passengers as guests who appreciate architectural details, free WiFi, a nice view, and amenities like spas or gyms. This new reality means managers have to consider the complete airport experience from entrance to take-off, landing to exiting.
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