With a concise and fresh design the company krauth has won the tender for the next generation of HGV toll collection. Together we have newly developed a duo of an outdoor terminal and an indoor terminal. A large ergonomically tilted touchscreen is used in both terminals and allows the user a clear and quick handling. The illuminated top of the outdoor terminal is an additional highlight. The two terminals are complemented by a point-of-sale terminal.
Ticket machine IDEA TRAIN
Beeing welcoming and equally creating a private sphere this new approach goes beyond classical ticket machines. Protected against ambient noises and hecticness, like in a train station, the large display combined with light and sound creates a completely new atmosphere. Event tickets, tourist information, accomodations etc. are expected to be offered in addition to travel tickets.
Mobile ticketing machine
This ticket machine has been developed especially for the Polish market and is slimmer than usual. The longish operating display and the output tray are slightly elevated. That way, the slimness is beeing underlined and the front is being structured. The further elements are tidily located next to it.The use of plastic for the front and the upper side of the device allow the harmonious integration of the consumer interfaces, such as the embedded field to hold the customer card.
Competition Mobility Stations Osnabrück
We won the 1st prize in the competition for the design of modular components for Mobility Stations organised by the City of Osnabrück and Stadtwerke Osnabrück. The jury unanimously decided for our design solution. The elements are cubistically constructed and enable various services including a kiosk. Each of the areas, e.g. charging or bicycle station, has been assigned different colours for a better recognition by the user.
“The Stocker Design differentiated significantly from the other designs submitted”, said the jury while announcing the winner. The design was not only practicable but also represented an optical landmark. The other designs could not combine both requirements as successful as the winner did.