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news news Worldline's YUMI Wins Prestigious iF Design Award 2020 as Payment Device of the Year. Worldline, European payment and transaction services company, has announced that YUMI, Worldline’s business facilitator for merchants, is a winner of this year’s iF DESIGN AWARD, the world-renowned design prize. YUMI achieved a win in the Product discipline, Payment Terminal category. YUMI has been designed in collaboration with design and innovation agency VanBerlo and delivers technology and functionality to merchants and their customers. Designed to create an exceptional user experience at point of sale, YUMI impressed the 78-member jury, made up of independent experts from all over the world, with its unique combination of design quality and state-of-theart technology. YUMI is the product of considerable cooperation with VanBerlo throughout the development process, resulting in the market’s first consumer-facing, large-sized interactive payment device with a full-touch display. Thanks to its ability to rotate a full 360 degrees and its Android capabilities, YUMI revolutionises merchant-customer interactions by delivering on the customer’s needs to have a new, dynamic and efficient shopping experience. 7,298 entries were submitted from 56 countries in hopes of receiving the seal of quality. YUMI will be featured in the “Winners” section of the iF WORLD DESIGN GUIDE and in the iF design app. Vincent Roland, Managing Director Merchant Services of Worldline, said: “Winning the iF Design Award for our payment terminal YUMI is an acknowledgement of VanBerlo’s long term and successful relationship with us. Over the years we have managed to build and establish a shared understanding of the market and its users. Together we are on a constant mission to develop products that meet the ever evolving market needs in the best possible way.” VanBerlo Design Director Roelof van Driel, said: “With this cooperation we have managed to deliver on superior user experience and on outstanding design quality, whilst adhering to the toughest payment security standards. Leveraging state-of-the-art technology, we have again managed to exceed market standards. As a design and innovation agency we are proud to have contributed to this amazing success.” Worldline's new flagship terminal YUMI has been developed as a platform including value-added services through apps and meeting all payment scenarios: contactless card, phone, chip-card or magstripe-card. Its software is customisable by the retailer, the screen rotates 360° to always face the customer and it has a sleek, modern design. It can be integrated with local point of sales (POS) systems or used standalone. It guides the customer intuitively through various interface points. The Android-based operating system allows for future software integrations, whilst maintaining the highest security standards. n KIOSK solutions If you have any news please email Laura Vallis, [email protected] New Dynamic Mode for CORIOview tvONE, designer and manufacturer of video and multimedia processing equipment, is now shipping a new Dynamic mode to tvONE’s awardwinning 4K multi-window processor, CORIOview, making it the ultimate meeting solution. CORIOview, the 4K multiwindow processor with up to eight sources can now be used in two modes. Users can choose from a classic multi-viewer look and feel or the highly optimised Dynamic mode when collaboration and ease of use really matter in your huddle rooms, meeting spaces and control rooms. With the new revolutionary Dynamic mode, users can connect, collaborate and present like never before. Connecting a source to CORIOview can automatically add you to a shared visual multiwindow display and a push of a button can take you full screen to present with maximum impact. For ease of navigation, on-screen labels can provide you with source information and audio status. To pause your visual collaboration, output video and audio can be muted or unmuted as desired. Working in the traditional Classic mode, CORIOview’s features include eye-catching transitions, up to eight inputs in just a half-width 1RU modular chassis, advanced source labelling, colour borders and audio. CORIOview is an ultra-compact, 4K multi-window processor that can take inputs from up to eight separate sources for HDMI (4K or HD), DVI, 3G-SDI, HD-SDI, HDBaseT (4K or HD). n Touch Sensor Technology Respectfully Helps Tourists Visit Shinto shrines Japan has become an increasingly popular destination for holidaymakers who value its unique culture and heritage. Japan is home to 23 World Heritage Sites, ranging from beautiful lakes, stunning waterfalls and lush bamboo forests, to serene shrines and tranquil temples. Tourists from 68 countries are now able to freely visit Japan without a visa. Consequently, visitor numbers have soared in recent years, with the Japanese National Tourism Organisation (JNTO) estimating that over 31 million overseas travellers came to the country in 2018. This increase in tourism has meant that the provision of multilingual local information, often via outdoor interactive kiosks has become more important. Digital signage system supplier, HYOJITO, is a leader in such public information and wayfinding solutions for the Japanese mass transit sector, and also deploys similar public information display systems for city streets and other municipal spaces. Its wayfinding system, (“NAVITA”) is installed in more than 85 government buildings such as city and municipal offices, along with numerous placements in railway and bus stations, together with other locations. An unusual application of their system is the installation of large interactive touchscreens in Shinto shrines. Many visitors to these sacred places are not fully aware of the cultural expectations and etiquette required while visiting the shrines. When developing a signage system that provides advice and guidance for tourists wishing to spend time in the shrines, HYOJITO chose Zytronic’s Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT and MPCT). “We have developed a special, touch interactive digital signage system that can be operated remotely,” Mr. Akihiro Yokota, manager of digital solution at HYOJITO commented. “A large touchscreen with high resolution that can withstand longterm use in all weather was essential. This was especially important for the Jinja Navita application, as almost all are installed outdoors. Here, a highly reliable touchscreen technology that can perform well in any environment was essential.” When correctly applied to the rear surface of a piece of glass, Zytronic’s ZyFilm touch technology will operate reliably even in the harshest environments and support displays of any size up to 85in with single or multi-touch functionality. For the Jinja Navita, 46in and 55in film-based, adhesive touch sensors were used. Manufactured at Zytronic’s facility in the UK, they are shipped to Japan rolled into cardboard tubes (for cost efficient transportation) and laminated to the back of locally sourced, printed glass. As the majority of Navita systems are used by a single user at a time, HYOJITO opted for sensors designed to work with Zytronic’s ZXY100 and ZXY110 touch controllers, depending on whether single or dual-touch performance is required. Both deliver millisecond fast, accurate touch response, and support simple gesture controls, such as swipes. The Jinja Navita system is now installed outside in the grounds of over 20 Shinto shrines providing multilingual public information, educating overseas visitors how to behave appropriately during their visit. n Moki’s Cloud-based MDM Platform Integrated with Digital signage media player company BrightSign, LLC, has announced that Moki’s cloud-based Mobile Device Management (MDM) software now offers support for BrightSign media players via Control Cloud. Moki Device Management for BrightSign brings extensive remote management capabilities to BrightSign devices and gives Moki customers the ability to easily manage fleets of BrightSign-connected endpoints via the Moki app. “Integrating with enables us to offer a much more complete solution for our customers,” said Adam Maher, CEO at Moki. “One of our key differentiators is that we enable cross-platform support from a single interface, therefore adding BrightSign support makes the Moki platform immediately more valuable for our customers who manage BrightSign devices within their networks.” Moki’s cloud-based platform is designed to simplify deployment and management of single-purpose, multiuser solutions. The company’s platform is uniquely suited to expansive deployments, as Moki enables remote device management in mixed environments. This enables management of tens-of-thousands of Android, BrightSign and iOS devices from a single pane of glass. n 10 KIOSK solutions KIOSK solutions 11