Currently being piloted in Australian Volkswagen showrooms, the touch-interactive display is based on Zytronic’s Zybrid touch sensors together with the company’s latest ZXY500 multitouch touch controllers which when mounted to either side of the Blade display adds only 12mm to the slim profile of the unit.
The critical factor is the selection of Zytronic’s projected capacitive ZXY500 controller. With its proprietary ASIC coupled with in-house developed touch detection algorithms, the touch sensors can be mounted almost directly in contact with the display surface, reducing parallax and enabling the super slim form-factor. The Blade ships with low profile castors that allow the unit to be easily relocated in a vehicle showroom.
Being touch enabled, the Blade in-built content invites patrons to tap an on-screen icon to request more information. A selection of brochures are available and the customer can have the desired material emailed to them immediately. Naturally the sales team are also alerted for follow up — informing Volkswagen regarding the vehicle the user is interested in as well as their name, along with age and gender data derived from the on-board Quividi real-time attention analytics solution.
The Blade is also available in a ceiling hung configuration, for areas where floor space is at a premium.
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