Kiosk Manufacturer Association Affiliations
The KMA works with many organizations, associations and companies in order to address the issues our industry deals with. This includes regulations both state and national. In regards to participation we also have a Slack collaboration channel which we use. If interested in participating send an email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 720-324-1837. Participation is free.
Our professional memberships and working relationships include:
|Participating Organization PCI Security Standards Council – The PCI Security Standards Council is an open global forum that is responsible for the ongoing development, enhancement, dissemination, and implementation of security standards for payment cardholder account data. The PCI Security Standards Council’s mission is to enhance payment account data security by driving education and awareness of the PCI Security Standards, which include the Data Security Standard (DSS), Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS), and PIN-Entry Device (PED) Requirements.|
|Member NRF – National Retail Federation member and exhibitor — The National Retail Federation is the world’s largest retail trade association. Its members include department stores, specialty, discount, catalog, Internet, and independent retailers, chain restaurants, grocery stores, and multi-level marketing companies.|
National Restaurant Association member exhibitor — The National Restaurant Association is the largest foodservice trade association in the world. We represent and advocate on behalf of more than 500,000 restaurant businesses.
|Member Restaurant Technology Network — member and contributor – The Restaurant Technology Network (RTN) is a membership community solely dedicated to the restaurant technology industry. Through access to valuable benefits and powerful connections, our members shape industry standards and share technical guidance to help restaurateurs run successful businesses and better serve their customers.|
|Member IAAP Accessibility Association — Accessibility Association – Accessibility professionals from around the world come together to define, promote and improve the accessibility profession through networking, education and certification.|
|Member United For Patent Reform – United for Patent Reform is a broad coalition of diverse American businesses, small and large – from national construction companies, automobile manufacturers, and technology businesses to Main Street retail shops, REALTORS®, hotels, grocers, convenience stores, and restaurants – that have come together to advocate for a comprehensive solution to abuses of our current patent system.|
|Participant RNIB – We’re the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), one of the UK’s leading sight loss charities and the largest community of blind and partially sighted people. Everyday 250 people begin to lose their sight. RNIB has a crucial role to play in creating a world where there are no barriers to people with sight loss. We want society, communities and individuals to see differently about sight loss.|
|Participant NFB — The National Federation of the Blind is the oldest and largest nationwide organization of blind Americans. Founded in 1940 and currently headquartered in Baltimore, the NFB consists of affiliates, chapters, and divisions in all fifty states, Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico.|
|Participant AVIXA — We’re part association, part society; a mix of professionals from all over the globe who create those cool experiences you have in meetings, classes, and events in offices, airports, museums, sports arenas, theatres, concerts. We’re the industry leader when it comes to professional collaboration, information, and community, leading the world with all the necessary resources: AV standards, certification, training, market intelligence, and thought leadership.|
|Participant U.S. Access Board – – The U.S. Access Board is a federal agency that promotes equality for people with disabilities through leadership in accessible design and the development of accessibility guidelines and standards for the built environment, transportation, communication, medical diagnostic equipment, and information technology.|