Once the design elements are finalized and the project proposal is accepted, project engineering is completed and documented. Finalized 2D engineering files are used to create one or more prototypes of the hardware. Depending on the complexity of hardware, a single prototype may be sufficient in order to proceed with production. However, the process may repeat if the project engineering is revised. In the case of software, this stage includes beta code and some basic user-interface (UI) to validate the application.
Phoenix Kiosk can develop and build our products to meet specific certifications if your project requires it. The following certifications can potentially be attained for any custom project we develop:
- Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.- UL Certification
- Canadian Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.- CUL Certification
- European Conformity Certification – CE Certification
- Federal Communications Commission – FCC Certification
- TUV Rheinland of North America, Inc. – TUV Certification
Certification requirements may add to a project’s lead-time, so be sure to tell us about all of your project’s requirements when you contact us or fill out a “Quick Quote.” We look forward to working with you!
To learn more about our products and services, check out our complete line of kiosk models, as well as examples of our turnkey solutions. Keep in mind that our software solutions can be further customized to meet your needs.