The United States Access-Board is currently in the process of creating new Federal regulatory - rules that will be 508 ICT and ADA required.
It is good for businesses to make their point-of-sale (POS) terminals and other self-service kiosks as self-assistive as possible for customers and employees with disabilities.
POS dismount stands is the effective way to make POS terminals assistive.
Freed position for angles to make POS devices easier to use for people with disabilities are required.
In the United States, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires businesses to make their facilities and services accessible to people with disabilities.
Include making sure that self-service kiosks are accessible to people with disabilities. Businesses that are not in compliance with the ADA may be subject to fines and legal action.
While it is not required by law in all countries, making self-service kiosks and other technologies accessible to people with disabilities is considered good practice and can help businesses attract and retain a wider range of customers.
It is worth noting, however, that the specific requirements and best practices for making self-service kiosks accessible may vary depending on the country and region.
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