ClickAndGo Virtual Kiosks offer a unique solution to the inaccessible touch screen kiosk, and are easily implemented in any venue. Our kiosks distinguish themselves from traditional touch screen devices by making their data accessible to everyone, including blind travelers. Our i-beacon technology complements this system by delivering location-specific messages in real time, providing orientation and landmark identification support.
ClickAndGo evaluates the kiosks original data and reformats it appropriately for blind and wheelchair travelers. Customized low-vision maps, virtual tours, and text-based narrative directions are all delivered to users in their preferred format (i.e. Braille, audio, large print, etc), and on their own personal device. The same information is also accessible via website.
iBeacon Messaging and Routing
Using iBeacons, ClickAndGo Virtual Kiosks can identify themselves to pedestrians. When a pedestrian is near a touch-screen kiosk, an iBeacon message tells them the ClickAndGo Navigation app containing a virtual kiosk database is available. The app can then be used to select routes to any relevant destination, using prominent nearby landmarks as the starting point.
ClickAndGo Virtual Kiosks aren't limited to navigation. They can contain as much information as the venues care to provide. Retail shops, staff and personnel office listings, restaurant menus... providing the same information that sighted visitors have access to.
Upgrades Existing Standard Kiosks
ClickAndGo Virtual Kiosks are a seamless upgrade for touch screen kiosks that don't currently support the vision-impaired. They can even include additional information critical to the mobility-impaired and memory-challenged.
Since ClickAndGo Virtual Kiosk's only hardware consists of a small wireless beacon that communicates with the ClickAndGo Navigation app, deployments are fast, affordable and accommodate virtually any location.