We’ll be showing off touch technology and our fabulous touch screens at Stampede’s BBOAV tour stop in Cleveland on April 14th. Stop by for a chance to win prizes, sit in on some great educational sessions or just to see the latest in digital signage and interactive signage products. Whether your market focus is healthcare or retail, hospitality or government, this show is for anyone and everyone in the proAV or IT industries that is looking for an edge on the market with the best in digital signage.
Tech Global will be showing off our LG touch screens in NYC and DC next week as part of Symco’s Technology Shows. The first stop, NYC, will be at 630 Second on March 29th from 8am to 530pm. The show features products from manufacturers such as us, LG, 3M, Pioneer, and more. Also featured are courses that qualify for Infocomm credit. Please visit Symco’s site for further information.
Very cool youtube video sent to me by a good friend featuring Corning’s vision on where touch screens are going in the very near future.
Stampede will begin their BBOAV tour again beginning with a stop in The Big Easy. Get the latest on digital signage and other technology applications from vendors such as LG, Peerless, Mitsubishi and more. This is a must-attend event for integrators, installers, designers, architects or industry experts.
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
9am – 1pm
House of Blues New Orleans
225 Decatur Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 from 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PST (1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST)
In this interactive session, Laura Cison of Tech Global will provide expert insight on the emerging developments in the growing industry of Touch technology in DS applications.
• General movement of Interactivity in DS
• Benefits of using touch in DS (data mining, customer experience, etc.)
• The main touch technologies
• How to chose the right touch for the right application
Space is limited: Click here to reserve your webinar seat now. Once you register you will receive an email confirmation and reminder to attend.
NewBay Media, in conjunction with InfoComm, is putting together another virtual conference after the success of their first one back in April. Featuring virtual tours of exhibitors booths, you’ll also have access to the keynote roundtable, industry experts and more. The event is all online and free to attend. Click here to register.
Another one of our products made MissionCritical’s “What’s New” section of their October issue! Check it out here (flip to page 47) or on our website. The 46″ Samsung LED is integrated with 3M’s DST touch technology for a seamless touch screen that is highly accurate, responsive and can be used with any object. This touch screen also rated for limitless touches–the technology will not degrade over time by use–so is perfect for high traffic areas or 24/7 touch applications.
Contact your local Tech Global sales rep at 888-623-2004 or visit us at www.techglobal.com for more information.
Resellers–our products are available through Stampede Presentation Products. Visit their website or call 800-398-5652 for a sales rep near you.
Tech Global got a nice little feature on Dotmednews’ website about Touch Screens in the health care market. We’re doing a lot of great things to streamline processes as well as help the health care community adhere to privacy laws (check out our privacy filters, people!)
I was actually told about this from a friend during a conversation about new technology trends (I know–I’m killer at parties) but after reading some articles on the subject and what this means to the display industry I am very excited (and honestly, isn’t it about time?) that this has finally come along.
“This” being an all-in-one solution to all those cables you now need to connect your TVs and large format displays. Some big names in the industry (LG Electronics, Sony, Samsung, Valens) decided to get together and create a new connectivity standard for delivering uncompressed HD video, audio, and ethernet using a standard cat5e/cat6 cables and RJ-45 connector. No more running out to get new cables because our old stuff is now obsolete. This new standard will transform and declutter our lives so that we may enjoy our viewing experience in an almost cable-free world.