Our Commitments

Putting disability at the heart of digital innovation

As part of our commitment to making our products user-friendly for everyone, we include disability in our product design cycle to adapt products for every possible case.

All our kiosks qualify as access-for-all kiosks.

Our products are designed in line with the “universal design” concept. It means that the end product does not require an additional feature specifically for people with disabilities. Our product can be used in the same way by absolutely everyone.

Our access-for-all kiosks take account of all types of disability

Physical Disabilities

The touch-enabled area is situated between a height of 0.90 and 1.30 metres. The maximum reading height is 1.60 m. The viewing window is moved up or down by the user according to their height or position (standing or seated).

Mental Disabilities

Our kiosks are intuitive and easy to use. We take extra care in developing applications that are as simple to use as possible. We have taken the time to meet up with several associations to discuss an innovative concept: “easy to read, easy to understand”.

Vision Impairment

Our kiosks are equipped with high-brightness and high-contrast displays. A choice of colours, type sizes and fonts improves readability. Users can also enlarge photos, writing, etc.

Hearing Impairment

Our kiosks do not emit sounds. The only applications with sound we develop are for users’ mobile phones.

Working with the French “Tourisme & Handicap” association

For over ten years now, Cartelmatic has been working with “Tourisme & Handicap”. Philippe Le Berre, founder of Cartelmatic, became a member of the board in January 2011.

We follow the “ensuring ease-of-use for all” objectives set by the association. These objectives can be applied to all public spaces.

Our interactive kiosks and through-glass touchscreens are all accessible to people with disabilities: long live digital access for all! Contact us for more information 🙂


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Compliance with standards for public spaces

Compliance with standards is one of the main priorities of our business development activity. Our products comply with the standards that apply to public spaces:

  • Electrical safety
  • Electromagnetic compatibility
  • CE marking approved by a certified laboratory
  • Climatic testing
  • Vandal-proof testinge

Connected street furniture which meets architects’ requirements

The displays can be tailored in terms of size, finish and look, which means they can blend into any surroundings. For several of our kiosks, we had to present our project for approval to a French conservation architect before installing them. We therefore have the experience to help you with this type of project.

Reducing our environmental footprint

Throughout the life cycle of our products, we take active measures to reduce our environmental impact as much as possible:

  • Power management: In terms of power supply – which is electrical to withstand difficult conditions – we only use energy-efficient fanless motherboards, with very low energy dissipation. Most of the energy used by the kiosk is for powering the display screen. Our use of transflective technology thelps o reduce power consumption. A newly integrated smart control card enables various sensors (light, temperature, etc.) to be managed and optimises FT5 module operation.
  • Hazmat management: our products comply with RoHS standards (Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment).
  • Recycling: All the electronic components can be recycled by specialised manufacturers. The enclosures are made of aluminium, steel and glass, which are all recyclable.

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Disability, compliance with standards for public spaces
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