CONCORD, N.C. — DNP Imagingcomm America Corp. plans to showcase its photo printing solutions for the retail environment in its debut at the NACDS Total Store Expo.
Products at the DNP booth (No. 1648) will include the new IDW500 Passport and ID photo system. The image capture and printing solution is designed to produce passport and ID photos that are automatically evaluated and formatted to comply with government requirements for U.S. and many other countries’ passports and visas.
The IDW500’s touchscreen mini console has a 6.8-inch display and a digital camera configured for quick, reliable wireless transfer to the system console. Image processing performs eight biometric checks on all images, and system software allows users to quickly view, select, edit,and print their pictures.
DNP noted that the system’s automatic functions size and position images, reducing the risk of operator error. The IDW500 software also creates a gallery of the past six captured images, enabling easy reprints or changing the ID template without taking another picture.
Another new offering to be exhibited by DNP is the self-service Passport and ID Photo Booth. The booth comes equipped with a user-friendly interface, credit card payment, DS-RX1HS printer, customizable outer wrap, lighting and an adjustable seat. With no capital investment required, the solution enables retailers to start earning profits from their first sale via DNP’s revenue sharing program, the company said.
DNP also will display a new retail imaging concept: an in-store self-service studio designed to be easily integrated into a retail setting. The company said the new photo destination deliver new services and capabilities to retail as part of an engaging, immersive experience.
“The solution creates new revenue opportunities from themed portraits, ID photo, special events and promotions,” according to Cliff Reeves, director of sales at DNP. “The studio is designed to attract new customers in-store, giving retailers the opportunity to increase revenue while strengthening existing relationships with customers, communities and vendors.”