The ATM Industry Association held its largest-ever North American event last week, attracting more than 700 exhibitors and attendees to Miami for the annual conference. ATMIA recognized industry leaders for their contributions to the industry.
At the Hantle USA booth, the company’s focus on scanning equipment was highlighted. Above is a shot of the scanning component for a self-service terminal.
Formerly known as Tranax Technologies Inc., the Texas-based ATM and self-service device manufacturer officially changed its name to Hantle USA earlier this month.
Hantle displayed sidecar technology, which complements the basic ATM offer.
At the Hantle booth.
At the Sargent and Greenleaf booth.
WRG, which earlier this month was acquired by Payment Alliance International, showed off its wall-mounted Apollo LT ATM, which hit the market in September 2009 and is known for its compact design and entry-level price.
The WRG booth.
David Hadesty, who oversees marketing efforts for Wincor Nixdorf Inc. (USA), demos ATM features at the Wincor Nixdorf booth.
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The Talaris booth
LD Systems booth
Bull Horn ATM Alarm booth
From left are John Willmoon of Columbus Data Services, John Clatworthy of Cash Connect and Ron Schuldt of Columbus Data Services networking on the exhibit hall floor Friday morning. ATMIA had a record number of exhibitors at this year’s event