With government agencies utilizing technology to improve security measures now more than ever, the use of touch screen and kiosk solutions are becoming mainstream. To meet this demand, Pioneer Solution has developed a number of add-on options to their popular government touch screen and touch computer products to meet customer’s access control, communication, and data security needs.

For access control applications, Pioneer Solution touch screen computers can be configured with a magnetic stripe reader, fingerprint biometrics, and RFID proximity add-on options which enables the touch screen computer to perform as an access control device and limit access to restricted areas within a facility. In physical security applications, our touch computers can also be configured to have integrated webcam or as a photo kiosk for applications that require visual confirmation of identity.  For data security applications, Pioneer Solution touch computers can be configured with a built-in touch screen privacy filter. The integrated privacy filter protects sensitive data by ensuring that allows only the person standing directly in front of the touch screen can see the information being displayed.

Pioneer Solution touch screen computers and kiosks are spill resistant and durable enough to withstand the harshest environments. Our touch screen terminals are ideal for government applications like point of sale, wireless communications, access control (physical security), data security, photo kiosk, and point of information kiosk applications.

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Government Case Studies

M5 Offers Secure and Reliable Communications

The M5 from Pioneer POS, a 15" all-in-one touchscreen computer, is currently used by several government agencies in a variety of applications to ensure communication and security protocol is not breached. For many government agencies, the ability to have secure and reliable communication that will enable them to seamlessly interact from multiple locations is mission critical. To meet that need, many agencies utilize the M5 for multi-user... (read more)

M5 Add-ons Provide Security Clearance

Today, government run facilities from your local prison to the pentagon have increased security regulations restricting access to both sensitive data and physical locations within their facilities. To meet this need, technology companies like Pioneer POS, have integrated add on security options to their core product lines. For example, the popular M5 15” all-in-one touchscreen computer, can be configured with a built-in privacy... (read more)

Pioneer POS All-in-one Does Hard Time

In the US prison system, inmates utilize the commissary to purchase a variety of goods that are approved for inmate ownership. Inmates can use money earned from prison jobs to purchase many of the basic items that are traditionally found in dollar stores. And due to security concerns and the fact that visits to the commissary are typically restricted to a few times per month, it is essential that the commissary have a fully functional POS... (read more)

M7 Prescribed for Improved Patient Care

Specifically, the healthcare provider needed to decrease wait times for patient check in, improve billing accuracy and automate patient co-pays, and provide multilingual access, directions and other pertinent information. In an effort to streamline patient care, this healthcare provider decided to implement standalone self service kiosk systems integrated with a patient and nurse driven software application. And since sensitive information is being retrieved and displayed, the... (read more)

M5 Enables Mobile Point-of-Care Applications

Healthcare facilities like hospital emergency rooms, urgent care centers, nursing homes, and retail health clinics can be chaotic. Healthcare providers need to be able to handle a wide range of health conditions and treat patients in an efficient and effective manner. Traditionally, physicians have used pen and paper to access and manage patient information. However, with the increased use of technology, healthcare facilities are turning to mobile point-of-care carts with electronic... (read more)