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December 19th, 2019
Pluxity Launches PLUG Kiosk for Comprehensive Spatial Information Service

Pluxity, a plug-in solution provider based in Korea, announced on December 16, 2019 the launch of the PLUG Kiosk that provides 3D-based spatial information.

The PLUG Kiosk helps one easily find important facilities and stores by displaying spatial information in 3D maps. When a user chooses departing place, transit spots and destination, it intuitively shows the entire route.

It also offers various convenience services to customers who visit the site where the PLUG Kiosk is installed.

Equipped with a digital braille pad, it provides a system for mobility handicapped people including visually impaired persons as well as information on monitored quality of air, fine dusts and harmful gases using smart environmental sensor. And, the kiosk can be used by users with diverse statures as its height can be adjusted accordingly.

Featuring functions of guiding the way tailored for mobility handicapped people and visually impaired persons, it also can provide intuitive information based on easy-to-use interface and intuitive information based on 3D, identical services in diverse environments based on web standards, notices by surrounding facilities, and information on events depending on locations of users.

“PLUG Kiosks will initially be installed at areas congested with transient population, such as subway stations and airports, and we will expand available areas on phased basis for convenience of consumers,” said a manager at the company.

Earlier, Pluxity showcased the PLUG Kiosk at international trade events, including the Smart City Expo World Congress and IoT Tech Expo North America.

For further information on the PLUG Kiosk, please visit website of Pluxity (www.pluxity.com).