eKiosk Hardware for the Basic Income Machine

The United Nations’ sustainability goals should be achieved by 2030, for which creative ideas and solutions are needed. With eKiosk as a technology partner, digital value creators, a transformation and change management company, participated in this year’s “10toGO Thinkathon” ideas competition organized by Microsoft Germany and the Volkswagen Group with its Basic Income Machine application.

The 10toGO initiative initiates the ideas competition to identify innovations for the implementation of sustainability goals.

What is the Basic Income Machine?

“Basic Income Machine is a community platform for social services offered by public institutions and municipalities, policy makers, social welfare providers, NGOs and the BIM entrepreneurs and partners,” explains Tobias Martens, technology expert at BIM. The platform digitizes social assistance and health care, especially for groups of people in precarious living situations. Project manager Dr. Barbara Flügge of digital value creators describes the Basic Income Machine as a “self-help marketplace and device-independent service terminal that connects social, health and employment services with the general public and homeless people and people in need of care.” With the help of the application, people can access microjobs, social & medical assistance services at a terminal via touch gestures – around the clock and without bureaucratic effort. Within 30 seconds, the user receives a selection of services in the immediate vicinity.

“The BIM is the multi-functional and easy-to-use access to data, services, help and information,” says Lisa Schulte-Kortnack, sustainability and marketing expert on the BIM project team. “The intuitive menu navigation and simple design with explanatory icons and videos make it enormously easy to use, so that BIM becomes a gateway and enabler for housing, social and community services, and mini-job opportunities,” Schulte-Kortnack continues.

The Basic Income Machine hardware comes from our company and forms the interface between those in need and the application. The terminals are suitable for outdoor use thanks to their bright screens and general weather resistance, so they can be installed in any environment where they are needed. In this way, relevant and vital notices reach people directly and without intermediate administrative steps from authorities and social institutions. “A new technology that increases the survival safety of individuals. It provides mobility and inclusion,” said Dr. Flügge. The goal of the Basic Income Machin is to enable the homeless, homeless people and those in need to reintegrate into society. Meanwhile, businesses, research and educational institutions benefit by fulfilling their corporate social responsibility in a direct and convenient way.

The Competition

The United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (e.g., no hunger, no poverty, global implementation of climate protection) are to become reality by 2030. To make this happen, new technologies and data-based innovations are to be developed, and creative teams are to be supported in the process. Makers, hackers, developers, data scientists and experts from the fields of design, communication, environmental protection, social work, medicine, mobility and others had until January 15 to submit an idea in the first application phase. The winning team will receive funding of 100,000 euros as well as digital infrastructure and advice from subject matter experts.

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The United Nations’ sustainability goals should be achieved by 2030, for which creative ideas and solutions are needed. With eKiosk as a technology partner, digital value creators, a transformation and change management company, participated in this year’s “10toGO Thinkathon” ideas competition organized by Microsoft Germany and the Volkswagen Group with its Basic Income Machine application.

The 10toGO initiative initiates the ideas competition to identify innovations for the implementation of sustainability goals.

What is the Basic Income Machine?

“Basic Income Machine is a community platform for social services offered by public institutions and municipalities, policy makers, social welfare providers, NGOs and the BIM entrepreneurs and partners,” explains Tobias Martens, technology expert at BIM. The platform digitizes social assistance and health care, especially for groups of people in precarious living situations. Project manager Dr. Barbara Flügge of digital value creators describes the Basic Income Machine as a “self-help marketplace and device-independent service terminal that connects social, health and employment services with the general public and homeless people and people in need of care.” With the help of the application, people can access microjobs, social & medical assistance services at a terminal via touch gestures – around the clock and without bureaucratic effort. Within 30 seconds, the user receives a selection of services in the immediate vicinity.

“The BIM is the multi-functional and easy-to-use access to data, services, help and information,” says Lisa Schulte-Kortnack, sustainability and marketing expert on the BIM project team. “The intuitive menu navigation and simple design with explanatory icons and videos make it enormously easy to use, so that BIM becomes a gateway and enabler for housing, social and community services, and mini-job opportunities,” Schulte-Kortnack continues.

The Basic Income Machine hardware comes from our company and forms the interface between those in need and the application. The terminals are suitable for outdoor use thanks to their bright screens and general weather resistance, so they can be installed in any environment where they are needed. In this way, relevant and vital notices reach people directly and without intermediate administrative steps from authorities and social institutions. “A new technology that increases the survival safety of individuals. It provides mobility and inclusion,” said Dr. Flügge. The goal of the Basic Income Machin is to enable the homeless, homeless people and those in need to reintegrate into society. Meanwhile, businesses, research and educational institutions benefit by fulfilling their corporate social responsibility in a direct and convenient way.

The Competition

The United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (e.g., no hunger, no poverty, global implementation of climate protection) are to become reality by 2030. To make this happen, new technologies and data-based innovations are to be developed, and creative teams are to be supported in the process. Makers, hackers, developers, data scientists and experts from the fields of design, communication, environmental protection, social work, medicine, mobility and others had until January 15 to submit an idea in the first application phase. The winning team will receive funding of 100,000 euros as well as digital infrastructure and advice from subject matter experts.

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