NCR held its third-annual Self-Service Universe Executive Conference at the Orlando Peabody Hotel, a Hilton chain known for its daily duck parade. Above, the hotel's permanent residents spend an afternoon in the lobby's pond.
NCR president and CEO Bill Nuti opens the conference with a declaration that the self-service revolution is here.
The mobile panel closed the session.
The repair screen on the SelfServ 34.
The rear of the SelfServ 34.
The SelfServ 32.
The SelfServ 20 and 30 series are expected to replace the Personas ATM line, of which one is shown above.
NCR is now working to deploy its WayFinder application in malls and other retail locations.
NCR and Pitney-Bowes show off the FastLane postal checkout system. Pitney-Bowes is deploying the self-service solution at U.S. post offices.
Airline self-check-in solutions captured interest from the travel industry.
NCR shows its newest generation of the FastLane self-checkout system.
Using the FastLane platform, NCR has developed a retail merchandise return kiosk that allows customers to initiate returns, saving retail clerks time during the merchandise-return and -exchange process.
Again, the FastLane platform is used to meet the needs of many environments, including self-service ordering at a deli or c-store. Above is the FastLane Order and Pay kiosk.
Experticity, which specializes in offering video conferencing on self-service devices, shows how its solution can be used on a touchscreen kiosk to offer users immediate 24/7 access to experts in a given field.