ADA Compliance

Accessibility is our goal

We believe that everyone should be able to use our kiosks and to back that up, all of our designs meet the height and reach standards set in the Americans with Disabilities Act. The ADA was revised in 2012 to help create buildings and facilities that are accessible to more than 54 million Americans with disabilities.

The ADA requires that places of public accommodation and commercial facilities be accessible. These include a wide range of entities, such as:

  • Office buildings
  • Restaurants
  • Hotels
  • Theaters
  • Doctors' offices
  • Pharmacies
  • Retail stores
  • Museums
  • Libraries
  • Parks
  • Schools
  • Daycare centers

If you are considering a new kiosk deployment or are making updates to an existing project, these requirements may apply. Ignoring them can put your business or organization at risk for lawsuits that can result in a court order, monetary damages and/or civil penalties.

An ADA compliant Standalone kiosk.

ADA Kiosks

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Resource Guide

Ensure your kiosks are accessible.

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ADA at iPadKiosks

Meeting the ADA’s height and reach guidelines is just one of the many ways we're working toward making kiosks accessible to everyone.

Our CEO, Mike James, is part of the Kiosk Industry ADA Committee which works with the U.S. Access Board to improve accessibility everywhere.

During our design process, we test with physical prototypes to make sure our kiosks present your tablet at a height and angle that is comfortable for a variety of users.

We’ve also incorporated a number of assistive technologies like the ones shown below. If you have a specific need that’s not addressed here, please contact us.