Solutions used in Libraries and Museums

Secure PC systems and Android tablets provide visitors with easy access to local or Web-based catalogs.

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Solutions used in Libraries and Museums

We've had SiteKiosk running steadily for over 2 months on our museum floor with no problems whatsoever. You can safely consider the NM Museum of Natural History & Science an extremely satisfied SiteKiosk user, and it will be our first choice when/if we develop future web-based interactive kiosks! Thanks.
M. Celeskey
New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, USA

Library catalog: Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC)

Give guests visiting your library access to your catalog. The secure web browser built into SiteKiosk gives visitors quick and secure access to the library’s entire catalog. Keyword: Web OPAC or National Union Catalog (USA).

Access to electronic media such as encyclopedias and public records are also possible thanks to terminals that are available to visitors. Complete privacy is ensured as browser history and user data are erased automatically at the end of each session.

Interactive Resource Terminal

Today, museums often require visually engaging content to compliment and allow users to fully experience the exhibit . Essential information can be communicated to the user using terminals that display both interactive and multimedia content.

When not in use, the displays can attract the visitor’s attention by displaying Digital Signage content and then upon interaction returning to the Start Page or Home Screen.

Copy Station and Public Workstation

Visitors can use public workstations to copy, print or send content via email. SiteKiosk can be configured as a service to be offered for a charge. SiteKiosk offers all features necessary to make using this service as efficient and effortless as possible.

Designed using the Start Screen Template

Sample project

Digital, interactive displays at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

The organizers of "Slavery Today", a permanent exhibit at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, were looking for a solution that would allow the terminals they were setting up to maintain the longest possible uptime.

Solution partner: Electronic Art