Finance, distribution, transportation
Achieve detailed sales management and high productivity
Touch panels are used in POS systems (point of sale, abbreviated POS), which aggregate the sales results of goods sold by single item. Touch panels are mainly used in supermarkets, convenience stores, pharmacies, the apparel and food service industries, gas stations, hotels, etc., and their functions are evolving year by year, but in recent years, simplified versions of these systems have become popular in general stores.
Data linkage with ATMs
Touch panels are playing an active role as a window for receiving information necessary for providing financial services, such as improving operational efficiency in stores by predicting congestion and improving customer satisfaction through the use of visitor count, attribute measurement, and traffic line analysis, providing various financial services through the use of AI, and improving customer satisfaction through information data collection and analysis. We provide touch panels with antibacterial treatment and high maintainability for terminals that are touched by many people.
Aviation and Airport Field
Support for various transactions such as currency exchange and ticket issuance
In addition to ticket issuing and information guidance at KIOSK terminals handled at airports, the gateway to the world, currency exchange and market information checking at ATMs, depositing and withdrawing cash from savings accounts, balance inquiries, transfers and money transfers, touch panels support a variety of operations such as aircraft instrument operation panels and seat monitors.
Provide a wide variety of tickets in an easy-to-understand manner
Touch panels are also used in vending machines that sell tickets, such as train tickets, special express tickets, boat tickets, airline tickets, admission tickets, meal tickets, and other tickets. A single machine can sell multiple types of tickets, depending on the destination and type of train, and can easily display product-specific information, frequently change menus, and revise prices.
"Resistive film method" for cost performance
Resistive touch panels are recommended for terminals such as ATMs and ticket vending machines, which are operated by inputting buttons on the screen, allowing reliable single-point input. Resistive touch panels, which can be operated by pressing a button, can be operated by any input medium, even if the user is wearing gloves.
"Capacitance method" for a clean and luxurious feeling
Terminals used by users rather than clerks, such as automatic ticket vending machines, KIOSK, and self-checkout terminals, are increasingly adopting projected capacitive touch panels with high transmittance and flat bezel interface to create a more luxurious feel. For ticket vending machines and self-service menu ordering terminals used in restaurants, projected capacitive touch panels with high transmittance are recommended in order to show pictures of food more beautifully.