Clear Channel Airports (“CCA”) utilized Meridian to build a turn-key solution for interactive digital signage and advertising for installation at airports across the US and Canada. The solutions are fully ADA complaint and accessible to all individuals, regardless of visual impairments, hearing impairments or reach restrictions.
GoMoto simplifies the car-buying process by helping customers easily navigate the check-in process, current incentives, equipment, brochures and inventory via a kiosk-based solution.
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Opus Inspection partnered with Meridian to create emissions-testing kiosks. The robust outdoor solutions perform the same test technicians perform at full-service stations but do it at unattended, self-service kiosks, providing a new convenience for drivers.
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IKEA partnered with Meridian to create an efficient application process for consumer credit. The self-service solution was built using the MzeroSoftware Suite and integrated with GE Consumer Credit.
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The American Heart Association partnered with Meridian to create a kid-friendly user experience for the Halle Heart Children’s Museum. The kiosks guide museum visitors through an educational video tour.
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A National Marine Sanctuary is a federally designated area in U.S. oceans or Great Lakes waters that spotlights special places in the marine environment. For nearly 50 years, national marine sanctuaries have worked to protect those places.
In consideration of that tremendous responsibility, the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries wanted to use those centers to bring the sanctuaries to life for its visitors. So in 2006, as part of an effort to increase its education and outreach offerings, the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries embarked on a project to deploy interactive touchscreen kiosks in its visitor centers.
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