Zytronic has made further progress in the gaming/leisure market with advanced touch sensing solutions based on its patented Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT). Through its Australian distribution partner JEA Technologies, the company has secured ongoing business with Transcity, a design and manufacturing specialist producing lottery and wagering terminals.For incorporation into the terminals, Transcity has specified a custom printed 17-inch (431.8 mm) version of Zytronic’s highly popular ZYTOUCH sensor and accompanying XY controller to augment touch accuracy and responsiveness. Among Transcity’s customers for these terminals is Tabcorp, Australia’s leading wagering, gaming and Keno operator. Tabcorp uses touch interactive displays in customer information and wagering terminals, and most recently, in its popular Keno lottery game, which is found in clubs and hotels in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.
PCT touch sensors have winning functionality for gaming terminals
Mon, 12/05/2011 - 8:26am