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Zytronic, the leading designer and manufacturer of Projected Capacitive Technology (PTC™)-based touch sensors, has expanded its research and development (R&D) team with the addition of two experienced electronics engineers. The additional resources will be used to advance our touchscreen development addressing the rising demand for the company’s product range.
Zytronic, the public use touch sensor specialist, has extended its sales and support network in North America with the appointment of Sigma Sales Corp as its representative centered on New York State. Sigma will promote Zytronic’s innovative Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT™) touch sensor portfolio in an area covering metropolitan New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.
In order to increase the depth of support it can deliver to the market, Zytronic has introduced the first in a series of new software drivers for use with its range of Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT™) touch sensors and touch controller products. This presents the industry with a more comprehensive platform on which touchscreen systems with high performance, heavy duty operation, strong accuracy levels and exciting feature sets can be built from the ground up.
The ZXY100 has been favourably received across multiple industry sectors, offering stronger through-glass performance, native Windows® 7 support (including dual touch, to cover core gesture recognition functions) as well as faster touch detection, and with this additional product offering its scope is further enlarged. The chipset, which is available by special agreement, is provided as two compact ICs, a 32-bit microprocessor with an ARM® core preloaded with the proprietary PCT™ firmware and a Zytronic designed ASIC-based analogue front end.
Diebold Inc. has recognised Zytronic with Silver Award Status as part of its global supplier recognition program for continued excellence throughout 2011. Diebold (NYSE: DBD), which has a 150-year history, is a leading supplier of innovative self-service and security solutions.
Zytronic’s award-winning PCT™ touch sensors will be showcased on the Gleichmann & Co. Electronics GmbH stand 219 in hall 2 at Embedded World 2012 in Nuremberg, Germany (28.02.12 to 1.03.12).
David Anderson MP has nominated Zytronic, designer and manufacturer of award-winning touch sensor technologies, as a successful example of manufacturing from his Blaydon constituency to take part in the government’s ‘Made by Britain 2012’ initiative. The nationwide project being run by the Associate Parliamentary Manufacturing Group (APMG) showcases leading British manufacturing excellence and encourages the exchange of knowledge and understanding between Parliament and the UK’s manufacturing industries.
Developer and manufacturer of high performance touch sensing solutions Zytronic yet again expands the breadth of applications that its award winning Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT™) is being deployed into, with the news of an exciting new contract. The company is providing the touch functionality needed for Asian user interface specialist VitalTouch’s Interactive School Desk.
Zytronic's CEO Mark Cambridge to speak at Emerging Display Technologies Conference in San Jose, CA, USA
On the 16th and 17th August 2011 DisplaySearch will host, for the third year running, the Emerging Display Technologies Conference at the Marriott in San Jose, California, USA. The two-day conference will cover various presentations from key industry representatives on the latest trends in display technologies including: touch screens, 3D displays to OLED displays and lighting, pico projectors, flexible displays and e-paper technologies.