Projects

More and more shops, museums and amusement parks are working with a digital till system. The Van Gogh Museum too now sells its tickets with a self-service kiosk from diz. This attractive kiosk is placed outdoors, so that visitors can immediately buy a ticket when they arrive. This gives them faster access to the museum,…

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Via one of the biggest players in the Scandinavian market in the field of the system integration of communication solutions, diz has supplied self check-in kiosks to a number of hotel chains, including Easy Hotels. Wall, desktop and standing kiosks have been supplied, depending on the hotel’s preference and the available space in the lobby.…

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diz installed the first control kiosk for Evides Industrial Water in Dordrecht, commissioned by EyeQube. Evides offers bespoke industrial water services to large industrial customers in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and elsewhere. The Evides water company is in the hands of public shareholders (municipalities and provinces). The second control kiosk will soon follow at an…

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The renowned brewer Bavaria in Lieshout has achieved significant time savings for lorry drivers with a diz self-service outdoor kiosk. This “gigakiosk” (with a height of 3.2 metres) was specially designed for use from a lorry driver’s cabin. Deposit receipts can be registered and consignment notes issued without the lorry driver having to leave the…

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CORPUS celebrated its fifth anniversary with the world premier of a digital “dissection table”, which was made by diz. On 14 March 2013 it was exactly five years ago that Queen Beatrix, together with Henri Remmers, the initiator of CORPUS, started the first “journey through the human body”. The five-year jubilee was celebrated by the…

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diz was commissioned by the Kroonenberg firm to design and produce five wayfinders and six “confrontation monitors”. These are monitors on which visitors can see themselves as they enter the mall, to make it clear that there is camera surveillance in operation. For the wayfinders we started with a standard design, which we adapted to…

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