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Zytronic Raises the Bar on Interactive Signage at ISE

02 December 2015

Zytronic, the leading manufacturer and developer of advanced, rugged Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT™ and MPCT™) touch screens will be raising the bar on interactive digital signage at ISE in Amsterdam (8E-210), showing a massive 85” 4K touch screen, an innovative curved multi-touch kiosk, and demonstrating a new object recognition function for touch tables.

Without doubt the 85” 4K monitor will be the most eye-catching feature of the Zytronic stand at ISE. Retailers and other users are increasingly seeking larger and larger screens to create an exciting customer experience, and demand for touch screens of 55” diagonal and above is growing very quickly. Zytronic can now create bespoke touch screens of up to 85” diagonal, with 4K resolution, able to detecting over 40 simultaneous touch points, and proven in the harshest environments.

Also on show at ISE for the first time is the Zytronic curved multi-touch kiosk. This proof of concept unit features a single edge to edge printed, toughened and curved glass multi-touch interface combining a 40 inch main screen and a 19 inch waist-height, button deck. Demonstrating the incredible level of customisation possible with Zytronic technology, the twin display/single glass surface is managed by two ZXY200® multi-touch controllers.

The final touch innovation being launched at ISE by Zytronic is a demonstration of object recognition functionality, an unusual development aimed at touch tables in retail applications and based on its Multi-touch Projected Capacitive (MPCT™) touch technology.

Commenting, Ian Crosby, Sales and Marketing Director said, “For many applications, the fact that projected capacitive touch technology ignores non-conductive objects contacting the surface is a definite advantage. However, some retail uses, would benefit from the touchscreen recognising specific objects placed upon its surface – and this is something that we are now able to offer.”

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