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Zytronic 2015: A Year in Review

10 December 2015

It’s been another eventful year at Zytronic, with continued expansion into foreign markets, exciting new product launches, and further innovations to push the boundaries of what is possible with our touchscreen technology.

2015 began with the announcement of our new ZYFILM Multitouch – a rollable, flexible touch film, which enables customers to create their own eye-catching interactive displays, when paired with our award-winning touch sensors. And things became only more interesting from there.

Stepping Into Asia

In April, we took our first big step into Asia, with the opening of our Taipei office, followed by the opening of our Tokyo office in June. We also struck a deal to help keep the people of Seoul moving, by supplying hundreds of state of the art 46-inch ZYBRID touch sensors for interactive bus shelters across the city.

Our sights remained firmly set on South East Asia when we signed a new distribution agreement with TouchMedia, targeting countries such as Vietnam and Malaysia, and later teamed up with SpinTouch International and Rok Interactive to provide essential components for their breathtaking Mozayo touch table.

Global Gaming Expo

This year’s Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas, which took place in September, gave us the opportunity to again showcase our ultra-large format multi-touch products in the form of a 55” roulette table simulator and a custom 40” curved fruit machine.

In October we announced that our touch sensors had been deployed in the new NOMYU multimedia kiosk, with applications ranging from digital signage to wayfinding and infotainment.

A Partnership in South America

In November, we announced a new deal with South American communications network Movistar to roll out our Projected Capacitive touch sensors for an exciting interactive multimedia experience at stores and kiosks in South America.

And we capped a memorable 2015 with a ministerial visit from Lord Maude of Horsham, the Minister for Trade and Investment, who was delighted to be given a tour of our 80,000sq ft manufacturing facility in Blaydon on Tyne.

Catch up with all the news from Zytronic this year using our selection of case studies and blogs below:

Launch of new rollable, flexible touch film for eye-catching interactive displays

Zytronic adds the personal touch to Seoul bus shelters 

Stepping into Asia: Zytronic opens Taipei office to build on PCT touch sensor success

Zytronic tech goes into the stunning new Mozayo touch table

South America beckons for Zytronic product range 

Destination Japan, as Zytronic opens new Tokyo office

Curved touch screens and rugged touch tables set the tone at G2E

Zytronic components go into state of the art multimedia kiosks

An outstanding interactive experience for top mobile network

A ministerial visit for Zytronic on Tyneside

Blogs:

Zytronic’s Multi touch foil wow’s in Dubai

Global Gaming Expo 2015 – The Future of Las Vegas Casinos

Touch Film Products Highlight Versatility Across Sectors

Touchscreen Technology at the Movies

Touch Screen Gaming – Making an Impact on the Casino Floor 

Multi Touch Technology Revolutionising the Customer Experience

Touch Screen Digital Signage for Museums & Education Applications

Multi-Touch Projected Capacitive Technology: Flexible Customisable Touch Screens for

AnyApplication

Digital Signage Expo 2015 Event Round Up 

Integrated Systems Europe 2015 Round Up

New Rollable, Flexible Touch Film to Debut at ISE 2015

Case Studies:

Zytronic’s Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT™) Chosen to Underpin Car Park Entrance Terminal from SureSpot

Projected Capacitive Technology enables @Table from Videonfonika

Projected Capacitive Technology selected for Car Park Payment Terminal from Newpark Solutions

Zytronic Adds the Personal Touch to Seoul Bus Shelters with Projected Capacitive

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