Cargo Ship Operators Utilise Projected Capacitive Touchscreen PCs

Every day, thousands of goods are transported and exchanged in ship ports worldwide. According to the UK Port Freight Statistics, major ports in the United Kingdom handled 117.6 million tonnes of freight in the third quarter of 2017 [Department of Transport (PDF)]. This transfer of goods from port to ship must also operate within a set time frame. Therefore, streamlining the transfer and inspection process is essential to meet deadlines.


As a solution to this demand, some shipping operators are utilising industrial- grade PCs to optimise its operations. This device has the capability to withstand the existing work environment in cargo ships. And, it also comes with a projected capacitance touchscreen technology which can accurately determine touch inputs despite wet climates. So, expect that this device can function effectively on cargo ship operations.


So, how can this device provide efficiency in cargo ship operations? Learn more on this blog how using projected capacitive touchscreen PCs can optimise the cargo ship operations.

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Maximise Tetra Packaging Using the S12 Projected Capacitive Touchscreen PC

Global food demand increases yearly due to the growing population. In fact, by the year 2020, there will be a 30% increase in the global demand for packaged milk products (Tetra Pak Dairy index). To address this need, many aspects of the tetra packaging process are automated.


The automated process is monitored by industrial-grade computing devices. These devices are connected to sensors which can accurately determine the quality each product.


In addition, these devices function optimally regardless of its operating times. This is because of its excellent build quality and rugged features, such as its IP69K rating and NEMA sealing. This prevents water and loses by-products from damaging the internal components.


Learn more on this blog how embedding the S12 projected capacitive touchscreen pc optimises the tetra packaging process.

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S12 Projected Capacitive Touchscreen PC Improving Tetra Pack Operations

Food undergoes many procedures before the items are packed in a tetra pack packaging plant. Many of these processes are automated to meet the production quota.


Industrial computing devices like the S12 rugged industrial PCs with projected capacitance are able to monitor these automated these processes efficiently. The industrial grade computing device is able to assess the product quality and monitor plant activities.


Now, is there a need to monitor the automated processes in this industry’s packaging plant? Find out on this blog how the S12 projected capacitive touchscreen PCs can properly observe the packing process.

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Tetra Pack Packaging Processes and Projected Capacitive Touchscreen PCs

Today’s food industry upholds the highest standard of quality. Food processing businesses must observe the safety and quality of their products. Monitoring all the processes takes an incredible amount of effort and focus when done manually.


Thankfully, advanced computing technologies allow the automation and observation of many complex processes involved. Technologies using industrial computers can process, segregate and monitor thousands of products simultaneously.


For example, industrial PCs with a projected capacitive touchscreen can monitor the product lines in the tetra pack packaging plant. And, by using these devices, operators can ensure the product’s quality throughout the processes.


With a streamlined packaging process, these industrial computing devices can assess the quality of products quickly and detect issues if any come up. Learn more details on this blog on how these devices can optimise the plant production and quality assessment.

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22” Projected Capacitive Touchscreen Panel Suited for Transport

22” Projected Capacitive Touchscreen Panel Suited for Transport

The UK has some of the most famous and the most advanced railway systems in the world. Often called the “tube”, the projected capacitive touchscreen technology used to control operations and ensuring fuss-free commutes for everyone is of the highest quality.

As it is an industry that deals with traveling, commuters need a hands-on way to keep their transport transactions to their exact specifications. Embedded panel computer technology is seen on everything from ticket booths to information stations that inform passengers of the routes they will take. The technology provides a visual for where they need to go, and this makes for smoother and safer travel.

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Projected Capacitive Touchscreens for Local Businesses

Projected Capacitive Touchscreens for Local Businesses

The demand for projected capacitive touchscreen technology is prevalent in the world today.


Wherever you go, you will see all different kinds of touchscreen technology – from smartphones, to ATMs, and even television sets – and being familiar with this technology means integrating it with all sorts of industries.


From industrial to development and even business, being able to use touchscreens is something that is an advantage.

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Making the First Capacitive Touchscreen Meet Waterproofing Needs

Since before the introduction of the first capacitive touchscreen, exposure to water and moisture has posed problems for most electronics. That is until manufacturers started coming up with efficient waterproofing methods. Moisture and water causes damage to electronics and make operation of such devices in wet environments that much harder.

International Waterproofing Standards

Still, it would be wrong for companies to simply brand their products as waterproof. This is why there are international standards set for waterproofing. According to the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), devices that can be classified as waterproof must meet high Ingress Protection (IP) ratings. The highest achievable is IP-67 and such devices can be immersed in water up to 1m as well as handle exposure to dust.

Water Rejection and Wet Finger Tracking

There are primarily two subset definitions of waterproofing: water rejection and wet finger tracking. Water rejection is defined as the capacitive touch screen’s ability to reject false touches from occurring when liquid makes contact with the screen. At the same time, the screen should recover once the liquid has been removed.

Wet finger tracking, on the hand, refers to the touch screen’s capacity to track the position of a user’s finger even with the presence of water. It is well known that water on the screen affects the accuracy of touch when the screen is wet, and true waterproof screens will always maintain accuracy. The ideal number for tracking requirement in the presence of water is generally 1-2 mm.

Explaining Water Physics

Capacitive touch screen technology works through conductive touch. Because water is also conductive, this will make it more difficult for operation. To remedy this, waterproof touch screens make use of “self-cap” physics that allows the screen sensors to apply excitation signals to accurately sense the amount of charge it takes for the receiver.


The Basics of Waterproofing Capacitive Touchscreens, EE Times
Making Capacitive Touch Sensors Water Tolerant, Embedded