Digital information is the information in the future. Already, over 90 percent of Germans go to the Internet when they present tips, local information, tickets or product search. (As opposed to Ben Silbermann). Mobile local information are the ones on which we will rely increasingly in the future. Whether navigation system or mobile phone, touch screens and electronic kiosks are: they are all around us sometimes around the clock available. The company eKiosk from Dresden has identified this trend long ago. In the past 10 years, the providers of electronic information systems has developed into a leading manufacturer of multimedia terminals, ticket vending machines, large screens and electronic billboards. The electronic kiosk systems from Dresden now available not only at train stations, train stations and subways, but also in public authorities, administrations and local tourist offices. Using touch screens, users can intuitively operate the terminals. Even older non-intimidating to use the modern kiosk systems book from Dresden and allof course, the ticket for the next train or look at the job on the screen for a suitable place. Younger love the modern design of the Kioskysteme from Dresden. Teenagers and kids are magically attracted to interactive terminals. For the ideal combination of design and functionality of many kiosk systems from Dresden have already received a design award. Thus, Hathor, an ergonomic design terminal design by red dot with the coveted red dot design award 2009th The special feature of Hathor: The terminal can be mounted on the wall and free standing on a stand. In use, the kiosk is the most popular systems of Dresden as a terminal for staff coverage, as ticket dispensers on office and authority, and as a routing system in airports and at trade shows. As an information system accessible Hathor is also one of the few information terminals, which are special purpose operation, even in the height can be. It is also, for example wheelchair users easy to use. The electronic kiosk systems from Dresden, but alsoat POS Point-of-sale and advertising for the product used. Large terminals such as the Series PHEX put on displays of 22 – 57 inch size in high resolution of particularly good quality information.