Adaptive Control POS Mounting
POS Card Reader mounting already has ADA requirements, however, the mounting industry has yet to understand them. We have clearly defined what is required into working product lines for merchants. The U.S. Access-Board is providing additional requirements and clear guidelines.
An ANPRM is being published in August 2022. It is very important for manufacturers of these machines, as well as the businesses that use them (e.g. retailers, rental car companies, lodging facilities, health care providers, banks, parking facilities, restaurants) as well as the DOD and all Federal agencies to prepare for the Access Board’s forthcoming guidelines.
Fixed Self-service Transaction Machines. (And Cashier/Service Attended POS Devices). With the proliferation of self-service machines at public accommodations in the past few years, it is no surprise that the Access Board has been working on the new standards for accessible self-service kiosks, information transaction machines, and point-of-sale devices. (see this link)
Standard Point of Sale card reader stands and mounts do not address accessibility even if a manufacturer stakes claim that their mounts do, nor do they address the PCI- (PTS) requirements based on the ISO 9564. That said, Taylor POS Stands and mounts do and that is a huge value add for all of a merchants benefit for true compliance and accessibility and PIN privacy.
We have engineered our proprietary patented accessibility point of sale stands and mounts for card reader checkouts and are fully tested in live environments. Our technology works in both attended and unattended environments.