Columbus, Ohio, Deploys First Smart Kiosk, Calls It IKE

(TNS) — Columbus' first interactive kiosk experience — or "IKE" — is now available to the public.

The 8-foot-tall touch-screen electronic tablets provide users information on stores, restaurants, hotels, services, parks, transportation and local events.

IKE Smart City launched the first screen in the Short North on Wednesday outside the UPS Store on North High Street.

"IKE is a tool that connects the city with citizens and visitors and allows them to access public transit information, things to do, places to go," IKE Smart City CEO Pete Scantland said. "It's a portal really to everything that's available in the city."

Read the full story at govtech.com.

Victoria Krisman
Victoria Krisman is Interactive Media Specialist for the Intelligent Community Forum.
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