Take a look at where our technology is being used around Australia, below are just a few examples among many successful projects.
JEA supplies the touch screen for the award winning, interactive way finding kiosk; the Edge. The Edge Kiosk was designed by Abuzz Solutions and uses Zytronic's patented multi touch technology. The touch screen provides a highly accurate touch response as well as being very rugged which makes it perfect for unattended use in public areas.
The glass has been customised with a logo, black printed border, pencil ground edges and is thermally toughened for durability.
The Edge kiosk can be found in shopping centres all around Australia and overseas in places such as Singapore.
The Abuzz Landmark directories feature 40” landscape format Zytronic touch screens driven by the new ZXY110 touch controller. The 40" touchscreen design was a joint effort from the sales force and field knoweldge of the staff at JEA Technologies and the expert engineers at Zytronic. The touch screens have features such as a custom logo, black printed borders, rounded corners, toughened glass and multi touch capabilities.
JEA assembles the touch screen and acyrlic frame assemblies in Melbourne, Australia, before shipping them on site in Singapore.
Through cutting edge technology such as Chameleon, the connection between consumers and brands transcends physical signage, to mobile and online environments where information is now at your fingertips.
Chameleon proved to be the best product for the ARB Traralgon store as it enabled all 7 LCD screens and 110 inch Projector screen to be managed remotely from any device with an internet connection through the innovative Chameleon Dashboard. An added bonus of the Chameleon hardware and Cloud based software is the ability for additional stores or screens to be implemented in the future, with no additional IT cost or content management systems needed, due to the Chameleon Dashboard built in CMS.
In supplying the Continental stores with the LCD screens and Chameleon Media Players, the stores now have the latest technology and software that is cloud based with the lowest cost of ownership and boosted effectiveness of their digital advertising budgets.
The Chameleon player can display most of the popular formats such as PNG, JPEG, MP4 files and can even incorporate live News and Weather feeds and stream music from hundreds of stations simultaneously.
JEA Technologies partnered with systems integrator, Insight Systems , and technical consulting firm CHW Consulting to deliver an enormous 3 x 3 55" video wall using Dynascan LCDs for Deakin University's revamped Central Precinct Infill.
The video wall is situated in a commanding spot that overlooks the wide open common room. The video wall is used for live presentations, speeches, performances, news as well as AV links to Deakin University's Rusden Lecture Theatre. Read more about the project on CHW's website.
JEA partnered with AV specialists, Urban Intelligence , to put together a 3x3 video wall of ultra bright, 5000 nit DS55LT6 LCDs from Dynascan. This resulted in a massive 166" outdoor, poolside television for the client. Even in direct sunlight the content showing on the screens can be clearly seen.
A perfect solution for those sunny summer days!
The EBT (Electronic Betting Terminal) manufactured by Transcity uses a range of parts supplied and supported by JEA Technologies. The PCT touch screen, bill acceptor and card reader were chosen by Transcity and their client.
Zytronic’s patented Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT™) has received another significant endorsement with the company’s innovative, highly durable touch sensors being chosen by leading Australian kiosk manufacturer FM Scanu for inclusion in systems deployed with mining giant BHP Billiton.
Designed to aid the management of mine personnel, the ruggedized IQ Link kiosks which each integrate a 17-inch ZYPOS® touch sensor, will be used by BHP Billiton miners to supply occupational health and safety information in a busy mine environment. It was absolutely crucial in such a demanding environment that the touchscreen was capable of reliable operation in areas where it would be constantly exposed to coal dust, grit, moisture and heavy use.
The installation of electrical equipment in heavy processing facilities, such as oil refineries and chemical plants, can be very hazardous. In such demanding settings, flammable gases are likely to be present, so it is vital that every possible precaution is taken to ensure any sparks caused by electrical switching activity or fault conditions do not ignite these gases.
A solution had to provide extreme ruggedness, while at the same time possessing a high degree of usability. A touch screen interface was a logical choice, but the specification was certain to prove a challenge, as the front surface had to be very thick and completely sealed so that isolation was kept in line with IEC 60079.0/1 certifications and an IP66/67 moisture/humidity protection rating was maintained. Thus, the ET4255-HL was designed. It is manufactured in Adelaide by APC Technology.
JEA teamed up with Spoke Visual to supply the 32" LCD, touchscreen and Lima interactive software for the Burke Street Nike store. This interactive space is a useful tool for the stores sales staff as it allows them to connect with customers in a new and memorable way. This greatly increases the probability of a sale and repeat business.
JEA Technologies partnered with leading engineering firm, Restech , to design a touch screen that was suitable for underground mines. This touch screen needed to be rugged and reliable while still being at the right price point. It was also very important that the touch screen could be used while wearing gloves. The application of the touch screen was for a motor starter control unit.
The final design (as shown on left) is 7" in size and is fabrictaed from 6mm thick toughened glass. It features bevelled edges as well as extensive printing.
Zytronic has announced that touchscreens based on its projected capacitive technology (PCT) are in use in the FT range of rugged panel PCs from APC Technology. The South Australian company has used the moisture and dirt resistant properties of Zytronic’s ZYBRID® touch sensors to provide high reliability and levels of display clarity, with resistance to a wide range of contaminants in weather conditions ranging from bright sunlight to heavy rain.
Zytronic’s ZYBRID touch sensors use an array of microfine capacitors embedded within a front faced glass and plastic laminated overlay. Because the array is embedded below the sensing surface, it is well protected from accidental or deliberate damage, dirt, dust, contaminants and moisture.
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