AIRxTOUCH kiosks from iNUI Studio, which incorporate 55″ Samsung displays and allow for mid-air interaction up to 4cm from the screen, have been installed at Luxembourg-based firm Arendt.

Law firm equipped with 29 touchless communication kiosks

The pandemic has accelerated the democratisation of hybrid work and maintaining social cohesion in that context can be very challenging. Especially in fast-growing companies like Arendt, which has more than 1,000 employees in Luxembourg.

The law firm was seeking an interactive solution to create an innovative and casual channel of communication with its staff. The solution chosen was AIRxTOUCH kiosks from iNUI Studio.

Based on proprietary image processing algorithms, the AIR TOUCH technology delivers exceptional mid-air interaction (4cm from the screen).

Allowing click, double-click, drag and drop, slide and zoom interactions (with a precision of 3mm), it’s claimed that AIRxTOUCH is as easy to use as a conventional touch device.

The solution chosen by Arendt integrates the Samsung QMB Series 55” display, which delivers intelligent UHD upscaling and rich flawless colours with Dynamic Crystal Colour.

Law firm equipped with 29 touchless communication kiosks

Featuring a slim design, the screen provides UHD 4K resolution, creating lifelike images with sharp picture quality.

Thanks to 29 of these interactive displays deployed across the two buildings that make up Arendt’s headquarters, staff can interact with real-time traffic conditions, upcoming events, restaurant menus, internal communications and downloads.

They can also share their thoughts, reply to surveys, browse photo reports to remember past events, and share the screen with a colleague to even play games.

The interactive content delivered on the kiosks is directly managed by the marketing and communications team of Arendt using SKA, the Azure cloud-based software platform also developed by iNUI Studio.

This no-code solution enables Arendt’s team to stay focused and have complete control of its communication strategy, without having to think about technical aspects.

“After an adjustment phase, we have noticed a strong enthusiasm from our staff to use this new communication tool,” said Marie-Adélaïde Leclercq-Olhagaray, director of marketing and communications at Arendt. “The usage statistics are very encouraging and this new format allows us to communicate more creatively on a wide variety of subjects.”

Kristof Willems, head of product management, Samsung Benelux, added: “The way employees can communicate and connect with each other is crucial in a well-oiled workplace. The interactive AIRxTOUCH kiosk in combination with iNUI’s software platform allows organisations to help their employees feel heard, improve efficiency and provide an entertaining experience. Samsung’s professional displays have been an essential part in creating this stable and safe environment that performs on the highest level.”

“The AIR TOUCH technology aims to replace the traditional touchscreens that are very present in public spaces, as contactless technology has become almost indispensable today,” said David Gray, general manager at CK Group, which distributes, installs and supports AIRxTOUCH kiosks in the Grand Duchy. “It’s a solution that CK intends to offer to its customers in many different fields,” he said.

Reference : AVinteractive