The Technology of Touch 2018-07-01T12:20:25+00:00

Let’s first understand the technology of touch screen sign-in, shall we?

The basic idea of a touch screen is that it’s a computer display where a user interacts by touch. As of today in all our digital devices touch panel technology is the most noticeable and prominent tool we regularly interact on our smartphones, digital tablets and touch screen sign-in technology is widely used in every office, automated billing in grocery, library, ticket vending machines, car navigations systems, digital photo printers and in many establishments where there is need for a monitoring or interactive system that is simple, user friendly, flexible, dependable and avoids wastage of time. The demand of digital touch screen sign in has seen exponential growth in the last few years. A touch screen sign in allows users to interact directly on the computer screen, the sensors installed detect the touch of fingers infusing input and display operation at the same time. Touch screen sign in have been around us since last decade and have embodied in our daily lives though we have been less aware of how far they have influenced. Since touch screen is software driven and interfaces can be easily fiddled with software and not hardware makes it the main point about the increase in use even by the people who have no prior experience. Touch screen qualities vary in their range of visibility, accuracy in sensing, response, and depends on cost, varying degree of use to sense touch input. Basic features of touch screen panels are intuitive user interface, tracking software, remote management and completely automated saving time on busy days

Role of different touch screen panel that we use in daily life

  • Capacitive touch panel – The best example to understand this technology is one used in smartphones this kind of touch panel is used along with resistive film touch panels. They are sometime also called analog capacitive touch panels. Further, there are two types of projective capacitive touch panels and surface capacitive touch panels.
  • Resistive touch panel- Standalone LCD monitors in car navigation system or even sometimes in low cost smartphones uses this kind of touch screen simply because it consumes less electricity and low cost. This kind of touch panels is most basic, simple and incorporates low cost manufacture. Touch screen based on analog or pressure sensitive method.
  • Surface acoustic touch panels- This kind of touch screen is widely used in ticket vending machine in railway stations, airports, bus terminals, information kiosks, public space, banks, ATM’s. The main disadvantage of resistive touch panels is prone to low light transmittance. Surface touch panels overcome the visibility issue by bright and clear visibility.
  • Optical touch panel- Larger panel touch screen in the last few years have incorporated infrared image sensors. This panel is subjected to triangulation sense by infrared image sensors.
  • Electromagnetic induction touch panels- This kind of touch panels achieve high-accuracy in touch sensing combining a sensor with the LCD panel. Contemporary LCD graphic tablets, PC’s, tablets driven by high degree of graphics employ electromagnetic induction touch panels.

Touch screen sign in comes in flexible configurations with extensive choices to meet every organization needs.