Multi-touch panel PCs, HMIs
American Industrial Systems' (AIS) family of Multi-Touch Panel PCs and Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs) are designed to improve operations for intelligent transportation systems.
American Industrial Systems' (AIS) family of Multi-Touch Panel PCs and Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs) are designed for a vast array of growing applications in Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and infrastructure today. From transportation and driver information systems requiring rugged multi-touch panel PCs and HMI operator consoles in vehicles to intelligent infrastructure systems, the family of multi-function control and display systems from AIS are ideally suited to serve all of these applications.
Dedicated to improving operation, control, communications, monitoring and safety, AIS multi-touch HMIs help transportation applications maximize the availability of assets and infrastructure for revenue generation, while assuring safety and security with less cost and impact on their customers.
The sensor in the Projected Capacitive Touch (PCT or PCAP) Technology provides tracking of two simultaneous touches across the screen quickly and accurately, which allows AIS Multi-Touch panel PCs and HMIs to be fast and responsive.
The multi-touch panel PCs and HMIs are rugged, multi-function fully integrated workstations. They use a high-performance Intel Atom Dual Core Processor D2550 1.86 GHz and PCT or PCAP technology, the AIS multi-touch panel PC features a sleek and attractive cosmetic design combined with industrial-grade IP65/NEMA 4/4X Ingress rating TFT-LCD flat panel.
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