Provision moves towards displays-as-a-service: What does it mean for the future of IoT user interfaces?

We recently spoke with Curt Thornton, CEO of Provision, about the company’s announcement of expanded shipment of aerial imaging coupon kiosks to Rite-Aid (250 units in February 2016 and a plan of 3,000 units in the next 12 months to 18 months). The kiosks, dubbed "3D Savings Centers," allow users...

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