STREETSMART – FROM PAY AND DISPLAY TO MULTI-USE KIOSK
The StreetSmart Kiosk has a wide range of features to handle mobility and serve cities and people. Today, technology plays a key role in everyone’s daily life. In terms of mobility, city residents are often at the forefront of the digital revolution, expecting more fluidity and personalised services. For city authorities, much is at stake. They need to publicise and enforce their mobility policies, while also providing services to their citizens for integration, synergy and ongoing solutions. As the true hub of expertise in all these fields, Flowbird has designed StreetSmart for an elite user interface.
COLOUR TOUCH SCREEN 9,7′
To address new digital behaviours and ensure the best user experience when it comes to parking payment and other services, StreetSmart offers a secure 9,7-inch (tablet-sized) colour touch screen (that allows zooming, sliding, etc.) with interfaces and operating sequences similar to those of the mobile apps with which users are already familiar.
LATEST GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES
All the technology integrated into the device is of the latest generation: processor, 4G modem, ability to broadcast HR video (with sound, via a headphone jack), optical barcode/QR code reader, etc. Offering the reliability that has made Flowbird products so successful for 50 years. The StreetSmart terminal is independent, solar powered and capitalises on some components that it shares with the current line of Flowbird terminals.
Colour Multitouch 9,7“ / 1024×768 / portrait touchscreen with 6mm hardened glass and anti-glare treatment
Designed and tested in labs & field test conditions: “Standard” : 16W solar panel and “Premium” : Standard + Power pack of 2 batteries
Electronic Mainboard with 2GB of RAM, 4G modem with 2 antennas for diversity and a QR Code reading camera
Heavy usage prevention with new 4 ways rotation 28W Solar panel designed and improved charger qualified (MPPT)
Native open Android 5.1 architecture loaded with a maintenance & initialisation app, allowing 3rd parties to develop applications
Components selection & design built on existing low power devices and a new Central Processing Unit (CPU) with “Suspend to RAM” mode.