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OpenSource Interactive Kiosk System

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OpenSource Interactive Kiosk System (OSIKS) - Free information system for e-Government, public services, information and others aims. LAMP + Opera (browser in kiosk mode) + Keyboard (java virtual keyboard).

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  • Create and manage kiosk interface
  • Support the touch screens (just optimised for TFT17)
  • Support many browers, but wery good Opera software
  • Virtual Keyboard on Java as plugin to Opera browser


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Ukrainian, English, Russian

Intended Audience

Non-Profit Organizations, Government, Healthcare Industry, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Gnome, X Window System (X11), KDE, Web-based

Programming Language

PHP, JavaScript



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