2014 New York City Payphone Replacement Program Super Kavorker™ Kiosk
PR Log - Feb 15, 2013 - Mike Sandman Enterprises, Inc. submitted the Super Kavorker™ Kiosk to New York City's Reinvent Payphones 2014 Payphone Replacement Program.
Starting in 2014, you should see all of the current payphones in New York City replaced with the Super Kavorker™ (or other) multi-function kiosk which will bring New Yorkers and visitors to New York convenient access to the most requested functions in an on-street public kiosk. Until now, many of these functions have only been seen in public kiosks installed in other countries.
The colorful Super Kavorker™ is expected to pay for itself from day one, and the modular design will allow the city to make money from the kiosks - providing near full employment to New York City residents.
Colorful, graffiti and vandal resistant, each Super Kavorker™ Kiosk is expected to last decades in the harsh New York City environment. Each Super Kavorker™ will have multiple cameras connected to the NYPD Domain Awareness System (DAS), greatly increasing the security of New Yorkers.
The Super Kavorker™, the original Kavorker™, and other unique devices were developed by Mike Sandman - Chicago's Telecom Expert, in conjunction with the Chernobyl Electrical Institute in Russia (Ukraine).
This international partnership is changing the face of technology in the United States. Much of the science is coming from scientists in the Chernobyl area, Ukraine and Russia.