Multimedia Advertising Kiosks
Thanks to the ATM, computerized kiosks are widely accepted by the public in a growing number of applications.
Because they combine all types of communication media (text, graphics, sound & video) kiosks
are a natural choice for advertising by:
The list goes on and on.
- Automobile Dealers - featuring new and used vehicles as well as dealership services
- Real Estate Agencies - featuring homes, commercial properties, and land
- Home Builders - featuring new home communities, video tours and testimonials from customers
- Chambers of Commerce - featuring business and tourist attractions
- Shopping Center Managers - featuring stores and services
mediaSUITE Kiosk Software
If you'd like to add kiosks to your advertising mix, we hope you'll select software and services from FTI
for developing and deploying your project. FTI's mediaSUITE is particularly well suited for the advertising model described in this
mediaSUITE’s standard features include:
Advertising Kiosk Examples
- Splash Screens
- Multimedia components including:
- Full color graphics
- Text (served from the system's database)
- Sound files
- Video files (local and streamed)
- Web content
- Phone Dialer
- Proprietary browser module - limits
access to only those sites permitted by the administrator
- Usage logs and reports
- Editor utility for managing system configuration and content
- One-click content update utility
- A commercial real estate company deployed electronic directories in the lobbies of
its properties. Each kiosk provided a building directory and advertising featuring
venues of interest to tenants and visitors including hotels, restaurants, churches, and retail shops.
- An automobile dealership created a virtual showroom kiosk and placed it in a shopping mall. The
kiosk provided information about their new vehicle lines, dealership services, and a used vehicle selector
configured to let the user sort through hundreds of vehicles with 2 or 3 touches on the screen. The kiosk
was also equipped with a phone and automatic dialing software to put the user in direct contact with the
- An East Coast advertising firm placed 3-kiosk system in the lobby of a major tourist attraction (over 2
million visitors annually). The kiosk replaced a wall filled with racks of
expensive brochures, providing unlimited exposure to local restaurants, hotels, shops, and other businesses. Users
are treated to lively videos and colorful displays as well as printable directions and discount coupons from several of the advertisers.
- A turn-key kiosk design, supply and advertising
company deployed 100 kiosks in ski shops throughout the country to link
users, retailers, equipment manufacturers, and advertisers (resorts).
- A counseling service placed a kiosk
in a public library to provide self-directed information and advice
regarding typical family problems. The kiosk provided valuable free
public information with the ability to get in touch with the sponsor in
the event that more detailed counseling was desired. Local companies purchased advertising
to sponsor the development of new topics for the system.