Bruce DeVisser


Manufacturing IT, MES February 1, 2007

Advancements in polymer films expand resistive touchscreen use

Touchscreens are the primary input interface for industrial controls and a variety of other growing markets and applications. Touch input technologies—whether resistive, capacitive, infrared (IR), or surface acoustic wave (SAW)—simplify accurate and efficient user input. The differences between the technologies are in how touch input is detected and in the manufacturing cost.

By Bruce DeVisser
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