The new European headquarters of KIOSK Embedded Systems provides a fully equipped base for serving European customers for the KIOSK and Portwell brands of self-service computing solutions and embedded computing technologies.
The new facility, which is in Seefeld’s Am Technologiepark, will support customers for both the Serviced IoT and Industrial IoT offerings from KIOSK Embedded Systems. The Serviced IoT segment provides solutions for self-service computing stations and displays in settings such as hotels, food and non-food retail outlets, telecommunications, and gaming and leisure sites, and for applications such as digital signage, and building entrance and queuing systems.
The Industrial IoT segment provides embedded computing systems for industrial automation, networking appliances, transport and logistics, and medical technology.
KIOSK Embedded Systems is offering an E2E business model, which includes – next to the hardware systems, and Software stacks a full range of Field Services, including deployment, fulfilment on site, maintenance and repair.
The fully operational Seefeld location will provide a full suite of sales, marketing and customer service functions supporting the entire continent of Europe.
The customer support and sales operations provided from the Seefeld facility are complemented by the Posiflex Group distribution and logistics operation based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Hans Peter Nüdling, Chief Strategy Officer of the Posiflex Group and Managing Director of KIOSK Embedded Systems, said: “Europe is a world center of innovation in the application of IoT technologies across every market sector. The creation of a world-class customer support facility in Munich reflects the commitment of the Posiflex Group to support customers’ development of serviced and industrial IoT applications anywhere in the European region.”
Products from KIOSK Embedded Systems also support the Canopy™ IoT platform, which provides remote management capabilities. It enables operators of distributed embedded systems such as self-service equipment to achieve higher uptime and to provide a high-reliability service to end users while making more efficient use of field service technicians.