Kicking off our first event of the year in Amsterdam, ISE 2014 was a fantastic opportunity to showcase our award winning multi-touch technology and launch our latest cutting-edge touch controller.
Attracting professionals from the entire network of the industry, including manufacturers, distributors, dealers and consultants; an incredible 50,000 people visited ISE across three days, making it one of the world’s best-attended tradeshow for the professional Audio Visual (AV) and electronic systems industry.
Attendees to the show had the opportunity to engage and interact with our products first hand as the team demonstrated the new ZXY300 – a multi-touch controller, which provides sub-5mm touch separations, even on MPCTTM projected capacitive sensors up to 85”. The new controller was showcased on a 55” multi-touch table and impressed users with its accuracy, speed and smoothness of touch response.
The second new Zytronic capability on show was curved projected capacitive touchscreens. Customised 32” and 22” convex displays, both with multi-touch screens integrated allowed visitors to the stand to experience a new dimension in touch interface. Curved displays are becoming increasingly popular and the ability to combine these with durable touchscreens, present hardware designers with a route to differentiate the appearance and function of their products, safe in the knowledge that a proven self-service touch technology is providing the user interface.
Sales and Marketing Director Ian Crosby commented “We exhibited at ISE2013 for the first time and were delighted with the interest shown in our technology and products. I’m pleased to say that the response in 2014 was just as positive and we’ve already signed up to exhibit in 2015!”
Sales Manager Gregg Brown also spoke to rAVe at the event, demonstrating the new products on show:
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