A rendering of what a new interactive kiosk may look like at Miami-Dade bus stops. Taken from an online presentation by Civiq, the company that makes them, this shows a user looking at an interactive screen featuring a message from Mayor Carlos Gimenez. The kiosks show digital advertising as well as information a government wants to share with residents, including transit schedules.
A rendering of what a new interactive kiosk may look like at Miami-Dade bus stops. Taken from an online presentation by Civiq, the company that makes them, this shows a user looking at an interactive screen featuring a message from Mayor Carlos Gimenez. The kiosks show digital advertising as well as information a government wants to share with residents, including transit schedules. Civiq
A rendering of what a new interactive kiosk may look like at Miami-Dade bus stops. Taken from an online presentation by Civiq, the company that makes them, this shows a user looking at an interactive screen featuring a message from Mayor Carlos Gimenez. The kiosks show digital advertising as well as information a government wants to share with residents, including transit schedules. Civiq

Digital ads on tap for Miami-Dade bus stops in swap for ‘smart’ kiosks that offer free Wi-Fi

December 17, 2016 07:30 AM

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