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Wincor Nixdorf introduces visualisation app for branch redesigns

13 January 2014  |  780 views  |  0 Source: Wincor Nixdorf

How does a new self-service system fit into a branch? What color is suitable? Is privacy protection observed? Wincor Nixdorf answers questions like these with a new visualization technology that allows self-service devices to be projected into pictures of branches.

Bank employees responsible for setting up the branches can obtain a picture of the redesigned branch environment simply and quickly on a tablet. Wincor Nixdorf will be showcasing the solution at Wincor World 2014.

Using a special visualization app, the real picture of a future self-service system site is projected onto the display of a tablet PC. The desired self-service model can be selected from another app directly on the display and integrated into the site image so that the viewer has the impression of actually standing in the real branch environment. Using various function options, the color of the system, for example, can be changed, people of different heights placed in front of the system, to check the privacy protection, or the flooring in front the system changed. All of these different variants can be saved as photos and thus provided to the bank to help it make its design decisions. 

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