Get an insight into the latest glass- and touch technology for control panels

The first event in Metalwo Designlab in November was a sold-out success. Upon request, we reiterate the success of people and companies that are at the forefront of developments in user interfaces and control panels who will be sharing their knowledge and know-how.

It is an invitation to a small selected team of designers, engineers, and companies who in two intensive hours, get the latest insight into the different glass and surface types combined with the introduction to the various touch technologies used in many complex industries.

Metalwo Designlab – your experimentarium
One of the minds behind the project, IT-researcher Preben Mejer, outlines the perspective for how Metalwo Designlab can be used.  
 

New possibilities with finishing of glass fronts 
The Danish company Mirit Glas is at the forefront of developing and producing technical- and chemical tempered glass which creates endless possibilities in design and functionality. But which solution should you choose?

 

What is the right touch technology for the task?
It is about sensors when developers from the Danish company Sensor DK gives us insights into, IR-touch, SAW (Surface Accoustic Wawe), Resistive Touch and PCAP - with lots of examples of finished solutions. What are the pros and cons?

Bonding glass and touch - how do you do it? 
Metalwo has great experience in getting the chosen glass and touch technology to work together. We will show some examples and point to out the countless possibilities and a number of pitfalls.


Light lunch
After a couple of concentrated hours, we can exchange experiences while filling the worst hunger.


Registration
There is room for 16 participants, and seats are allocated according to the first-come-first-served principle. So, send an email to gai@metalwo.dk as soon as possible, if you want to participate.

 

If you have questions in advance that you would like to highlight in today's topics, you are also welcome to send them to us.

Join our seminar on glass and touch technology