Zytronic Plc

Address:
Whiteley Road
Blaydon on Tyne
Tyne and Wear
NE21 5NJ
UK
NE21 5SG
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0) 191 414 5511

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Web: https://zytronic.co.uk/


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Investment to increase display product range

Investment to increase display product range
Zytronic has recently invested over £350,000 into their Northeast manufacturing site. The upgrade to glass processing and storage equipment increases the range of products and design features offered to customers and streamlines operations.
8th August 2019

Interactive touch technology in slim 40mm design

Interactive touch technology in slim 40mm design
Manufacturer of large format, durable and customised Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT and MPCT) touch sensors, Zytronic, has announced that its touch technology has been used to create the double sided, 55” interactive display in the slimline Blade kiosk created by Design to Production and currently being piloted in Australian Volkswagen showrooms. 
15th May 2019

Speeding check in with touch sensors

Speeding check in with touch sensors
Over 47 million patients have reportedly checked in to see their GP through a Zytronic PCT touch sensor. This is because the sensors, supplied by distributor Display Technology, have been the top choice for Engage Health Systems (formerly known as Wiggly-Amps), suppliers of patient-facing services for the healthcare sector.
2nd April 2019


Fully integrated mechanical and touch controls

Fully integrated mechanical and touch controls
Provider of custom-designed, durable Projected Capacitive Technology touch sensors, Zytronic, launched its Hybrid Touch technology, fully integrating touch and physical controls into the sensor’s active area. Zytronic’s hybrid touch allows tactile buttons or mechanical dials to be incorporated in and around the active area of the projected capacitive touchscreen and which are connected invisibly through the viewable area of the screen.
15th January 2019

Higher drive for touch controllers transforms the user interface

Higher drive for touch controllers transforms the user interface
Human Machine Interfaces (HMI’s) used in hazardous or industrial applications have a difficult life, and their designers face many challenges when integrating interactive technologies into these systems. A new generation of touch controllers will transform the design of industrial projected capacitive (p-cap) touchscreens, with technical innovations that deliver better performance and functionality than before. 
27th November 2018

Secure PIN entry through large format touch screens

Secure PIN entry through large format touch screens
Zytronic new version of its rugged, customised touch screens is now available to support secure PIN entry applications via their development partner, Cryptera. The new PCI PTS compliant product, named CryptoTouch Unattended has been co-developed with Cryptera.
22nd October 2018

Touch sensors set the standard for speed in noisy environments

Touch sensors set the standard for speed in noisy environments
Touch sensors from Zytronic are setting a new benchmark for speed, accuracy and performance of touch interfaces in electrically noisy and other demanding industrial environments with the launch of its new ZXY500 family of multi-touch controllers. As with all its products, Zytronic can offer the new controllers with custom design touch sensors manufactured to a customer size and specification with no Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ).
19th June 2018

Smart city interactive kiosks launched in The Netherlands

Smart city interactive kiosks launched in The Netherlands
  Provider of custom designed, durable Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT and MPCT) touch sensors, Zytronic, and Citybeacon have announced the deployment of 25 interactive kiosks in Eindhoven, cradle of Dutch technology giant Philips, and of the Eindhoven University of Technology. Eindhoven is an energetic and innovative city located in the South of the Netherlands.
27th September 2017

Touch, see, smell and taste this self-service pizza

Touch, see, smell and taste this self-service pizza
Provider of durable, high performance Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT and MPCT) touch sensors, Zytronic, has announced that its touch sensors are being used in the ADIAL PIZZADOOR, a self-service vending machine retailing high quality pizzas for the notoriously discerning French palate. ADIAL has manufactured pizza vending machines since 2002, and its original design used mechanical selection buttons alongside a colour LCD screen to present appealing images of the product inside.
20th July 2017

Diagonal touch sensor supplied to National Air and Space Museum

Diagonal touch sensor supplied to National Air and Space Museum
An 84” diagonal touch sensor has been supplied by Zytronic to the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution (NASM) for inclusion in a recently unveiled exhibit. The museum – which displays the world’s largest collection of aircraft and spacecraft – welcomes 6.7 million visitors annually, making it the fifth-most-visited museum in the world. Ideum was tasked with updating one of the museum’s most heavily used exhibits – a touch-interactive table that enables visitors to design, customise and launch space station modules of their own creation.
21st June 2017

Touch sensors double vending machine capacity

Touch sensors double vending machine capacity
Zytronic has announced that Amtek has been able to double the capacity and increase the internal space in its range of condom vending machines, by switching to a user interface based on a Zytronic projected capacitive touch sensor. The electronic vending machines can also hold a much wider range of product, and deliver detailed sales reports in real time allowing stock to be tuned to local demand.
19th June 2017

Touch sensors withstand Moscow's tough winter

Touch sensors withstand Moscow's tough winter
Zytronic has announced that it has supplied nearly 700 touch sensors for self-service ticket machines installed on the Moscow Metro and at Moscow bus stops. The 17 and 19" sensors were supplied by Elatec, Zytronic’s partner in Eastern Europe, to Russian systems integrator Progressive Self-Service Systems, JSC (PSS), and are part of a phased roll-out which will eventually extend to over 1,600 machines. PSS designed and built the new touch screen based terminals to replace existing push button mechanical self-service ticket machines.
10th May 2017

Global distribution agreement signed between Zytronic and Future

Global distribution agreement signed between Zytronic and Future
Zytronic has announced that it has signed a worldwide distribution agreement with Future Electronics, a global distributor of electronic components. The formal agreement extends a successful partnership between the two companies, who have already worked together to create kiosks and other solutions for blue chip consumer brands. 
13th January 2017

Glass prevents touchscreen surface contamination

Glass prevents touchscreen surface contamination
Zytronic has announced the option of Corning’s Antimicrobial Corning Gorilla Glass to help prevent the spread of stain and odour-causing bacteria on self-service kiosks and other public-use touchscreens.
14th December 2016

Object recognition to be launched at electronica 2016

Object recognition to be launched at electronica 2016
Producer of custom designed, high performance Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT and MPCT) touch sensors, Zytronic, announced that, in collaboration with Tangible Display, it is able to offer object recognition capability on its MPCT multi-touch glass (ZyBrid) and foil (ZyFilm) sensor products up to 215cm in diagonal. 
18th October 2016

Polish museum gets in touch with its visitors

Polish museum gets in touch with its visitors
A new museum in Wroclaw, Poland has opened and has been designed with numerous multimedia experiences to showcase Polish history and culture, including several small to large touch screens using flexible and durable ZYFILM and ZYBRID technology from Zytronic.
20th September 2016

Touch sensors improve car wash user experience

Touch sensors improve car wash user experience
An international manufacturer of retail car wash units, Nilfisk Car Wash Business Unit, has chosen Zytronic’s proven and durable Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT) touch sensors to provide the user interface and interactive digital signage features for its popular Wap WaschBär self-service car wash systems. 
2nd August 2016

Force sensing technology enhances touch screen market

Force sensing technology enhances touch screen market
  Zytronic has announced the addition of force sensing to its touch sensors allowing ATMs, kiosks, game terminals and interactive video walls to differentiate between a soft and hard touch. Force or pressure sensing is becoming available on smartphones and tablets.
14th June 2016

App simplifies Android touch user interface design

Simplifying and speeding the design of powerful and intuitive multi-touch user interfaces for Android, Zytronic has announced its Android ZyConfig App.
18th March 2016

Multi-touch controller suits smaller screens

Multi-touch controller suits smaller screens
Zytronic is unveiling a new multi-touch controller with a faster response time and gesture recognition support for smaller self-service touchscreen applications. Optimised for displays of 22” diagonal and less, the Zytronic ZXY150 touch controller is designed to offer tablet-like multi-touch functionality on smaller screens for publicly used interfaces in kiosks, ATMs and vending machines.
15th February 2016


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