Kuori touchscreen goes to Kennedy Space Center in the U.S.A

Kuori 32” outdoor touchscreen was installed at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Command Center at the Red Rock Grill and has been delighting visitors there since this June.

Opened to the public in 1962, The John F. Kennedy Space Center´s mission is to ignite space exploration and discovery for all as one of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s ten field centers. Since December 1968, KSC has been NASA’s primary launch center of human spaceflight.

Our Kuori Team is excited to contribute to the inspiration that the Kennedy Space Center visitors experience in the legendary Cape Canaveral Merritt Island, in Florida. With our weatherproof outdoor touchscreen, we hope to elevate their visitor experience further.

Hilkka Muro, Customer Success Manager at Kuori states:
“We’re so proud to have the Kuori technology on display at the iconic Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, in the heart of space exploration and a place that serves as inspiration for generations. It is amazing to think how so many visitors from around the globe come to Kennedy Space Center to discover the history and future of space flight. This is new territory for us and we at Kuori are excited to join the journey.”

As part of our Kuori mission, we want to improve customer experience, make public spaces more interactive, and drive customer growth and success, even towards the space and beyond.

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