Floor Stand Kiosk for RTM Johor, Johor Bharu


  • Skills:

    • digital signage
    • Floorstand Kiosk
  • Client:

    RTM Johor

Israk is proud to be appointed as a supplier of 3 units Floor Standees,  2 unit Slim Series (nontouch) and 1 unit of Touchscreen floorstand kiosk for RTM Johor, Johor Bharu. It's a 43' & 49' nontouch floor-standing monitor and 55' touchscreen floorstanding kiosk with infrared 10 points touch technology that comes with Digital Signage Solution.

About Floor Standing Kiosk

Our Floor Standing Touch Screen Kiosk (Vertical) provides both high quality commercial display and a luxurious housing come with tempered glass. The Floor Stand Multi-Touch Screen standalone product can also be used as Digital Signage. Brightness levels up to 700 nits, 10,000:1 dynamic contrast and Full HD 1080p.  It increases legibility and makes sure that it can be placed in even the brightest environments. A powerful integrated PC is used to provide LAN/WAN control of multiple displays, a Proprietary Digital Signage Program can also be used to allow you to access web-based server from any location.

About RTM Johor

The history of radio in Malaysia began in 1921 when Al Birch, a Johor government electrical engineer, brought the first radio set to the country. He later established the Johor Wireless Association which began broadcasting 300 meters. He later established similar associations in Penang and the Malaysian Wireless Association in Kuala Lumpur. In 1930, Sir Earl of the Singapore Port Authority launched a shortwave broadcast every two weeks either Sunday or Wednesday. The effort was then continued by the Malaysian Wireless Association, which launched its broadcast from Bukit Petaling, Kuala Lumpur through a wave of 325 meters.

This was followed by the efforts of Sir Shenton Thomas who opened the British Broadcasting Corporation Studio using the transmitted at Caldecott Hill, Singapore on March 11, 1937. Subsequently the British Broadcasting Corporation of Malaya was acquired by the Straits Settlements and became part of the British Ministry of Information better known as the Broadcasting Corporation of Malaya.