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The Electric Vehicle Charger Make or Break: How to Choose the Right Display

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The demand for electric vehicle chargers is increasing and more and more companies are entering the EVC market to fill consumers’ needs. Many factors go into the design and functionality of these chargers, but aside from the charging function itself, the display is just as important. This is the feature that the user will be interacting with the most and what will leave the biggest user experience impression. The right display can make or break an electric vehicle charging company. Here are 7 things to consider when choosing the perfect display!

Why Bigger is Better When Choosing a Display

The demand for consumer displays to be larger is increasing. The latest smartphones are distinguished by their size. Tablets are becoming handheld computers. Consumers search high and low to find the largest television to watch the big game. Traditional print billboards are turning electronic to expand their information delivery capabilities. Consumers demand larger displays for various reasons including viewability, function expansion, and aesthetics. On the commercial side, businesses are able to visually capture a larger audience and display more information. So, how does this translate to electric vehicle charging stations? 

Typically, EV charging station displays range from 7” to 32”. It’s important to keep in mind who will be utilizing the display. Different ages and technological experience levels combined with various environmental conditions all play a part in how successfully your display will perform. If your display is on the lower half of the size range, it can make utilization more difficult for some users.

It’s also important to keep the interactive aspect of your display simple. The more modern and technologically advanced a system looks, the more intimidating it can be and can actually deter customers from utilizing your station as a whole. 

Don’t Choose All Bright, All the Time

No matter the size of your display, it’s important to also have a high brightness display. The brighter the display, the easier it is to view in sunlight. The location of your EVS also plays a factor. Parking structure systems don’t require as high of brightness as outdoor parking lots. With direct sunlight EVS systems, a brightness between 500-1,000 Nits is suggested whereas a system in indirect sunlight or shade, is okay to go below 500 Nits. 

It’s also important to install automated brightness control within your system. This allows the display to automatically dim as the sun sets and rises or environmental conditions change. Automatic dimming improves overall display readability, conserves power, and lengthens display lifetime. Having an all bright, all the time display can also cause your display to overheat. A way to combat this is having an optically bonded display where the heat curated by the display is dispersed through optical material rather than being trapped.

Angles are Everything

Not every customer is going to view your display from a perfect dead-on angle. There are two different LCD types that you need to know about in order to properly address this problem, TN and IPS. Traditional twisted nematic (TN) LCDs where the liquid crystals stand up as a voltage is applied to them. When liquid crystals are in the upright position, their visual characteristics vary significantly depending on the viewing angle. TN displays create a variation in color and brightness from different viewing angles.

The next display type is an in-plane switching (IPS) LCD where the liquid crystal molecules rotate in parallel with the panel. This means that the variation depending on the viewing angle is limited to showing any changes in visuals. Therefore, IPS LCD provides limited changes in brightness and color irrespective of the viewing angle to produce high image quality. 

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Get Rid of the Buttons and Nobs 

 Touchscreens can simplify user experiences and make them more efficient. Consumers have become accustomed to smart devices with expansive touch screens, which is why when you are considering a display for your EVC, we recommend considering the touch display route. 

It’s also important to consider the type of touch display technology you are using. There are two main display types: resistive and projected capacitive touch. Resistive touch screens have two transparent layers separated by a thin gap with spacers. When you tap the surface of a resistive touchscreen, the two layers press each other which triggers a voltage to pass through and identify exactly where you touched. Although this technology is cost-effective, there are disadvantages such as not supporting multi-touch, lack of sensitivity and clarity, as well as size limitations.

Projective capacitive touch screens are constructed in a way that allows for operation without direct contact to the touch sensor. This enables the screen to be utilized under screen protectors, in various weather conditions, with vandal-proof glass, gloves, and potentially even in the presence of water droplets. By outfitting your electric vehicle charging station with a projective capacitive touchscreen you are increasing user satisfaction in almost every environment. 

Glass that Protects 

 Electric vehicle chargers are exposed to the elements and vulnerable to damage. Glass is fragile but that doesn’t mean it’s something you should shy away from when designing your system. In fact, by simply installing a thicker display glass you can prevent a lot of headaches for your service team down the line. 

You want your display glass to be at least 6-7mm thick and thermally or chemically strengthened. You can also get your displays enhanced through film lamination. Film laminations can not only make your display scratch-resistant, but anti-glare, anti-reflective, and anti-smudge. 

When considering glass thickness, some are worried about ending up with a bulky display module. Traditional display companies have to install heaters and fans which contributes to overall module thickness.  At E3 Displays your display can be optically bonded which disperses heat in the summertime and transparent heater films that maintain display temperature in the winter. This allows you to select the best glass thickness for your needs that will protect your display. 

Why Optical Bonding?

You might be wondering, what is optical bonding and why is it so important? Optical bonding is a type of integration service that is used to laminate a touch screen or other rigid material to the top surface of an LCD. The bond is created by dispensing and then curing a form of optically clear adhesive between the touch screen and display creating a permanent bond with no air gap between the two components. 

The advantages of liquid optical bonding over air bonding are increased clarity and viewability, maximum protection, dust and moisture prevention, accurate touch experience, and improved heat dissipation. By getting your EVC touch display optically bonded you can rest assured that it will perform in the toughest environments. 

Expand your Revenue through Advertising Capabilities  

Lastly, your electric vehicle charging station can be doubled as a marketing or directory platform. You can sell ad placements and when your charger is not in use, it is still providing value to you and pedestrians. EV chargers are often located in high traffic areas such as malls, university campuses, offices, shopping centers, and more! Every time an electric vehicle owner charges their car, it is a perfect opportunity to reach a high value demographic. 

According to Opconnect, an electric vehicle advertising company, the average income of an electric vehicle owner is $110k and 43% of electric vehicle drivers are likely to return weekly to a retail location with an EV charger. When selecting a display for your EVC, it’s important to consider whether you would also like to utilize it for advertising. 

Conclusion

In conclusion, size, brightness, angles, touch, glass thickness, optical bonding, and advertising capabilities are all important factors to consider when choosing a display for your electric vehicle charger. The size will allow you to be seen by a larger audience. Brightness will optimize your display viewability at various times of the day. Wide viewing cones minimize the limits on who sees on-screen content. Touchscreens can increase your system functions. Glass thickness combined with optical bonding will protect your charger and advertising capabilities can increase your revenue and value. 

With so many factors considered, it can seem daunting to select the right display based on your goals and needs. E3 Displays can assist you in every phase of the design and manufacturing process. We can also build a display into a completely new design concept or add it to your existing systems. 

About E3 Displays: 

We’re a global design and manufacturing company that helps the world’s most innovative companies define the future of their business display needs. With over 20 years of combined experience in display technology, E3 Displays has everything you need to develop and manufacture your custom touch display all in one place. With customer-centric solutions featuring strategic planning, competitive pricing, longevity, and support, we ensure the best products on the market to help you scale. In the end, displays are a centerpiece in any hardware that provides a very important visual message in your product. We want to ensure that the visual entity exceeds your optical and performance requirements.

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Optical Bonding

5 Optical Bonding Advantages Every Innovative Company Should Know

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Optical bonding is a type of integration service that is used to laminate a touch screen or other rigid material to the top surface of an LCD. The bond is created by dispensing and then curing a form of optically clear adhesive between the touch screen and display creating a permanent bond with no air gap between the two components. There are many advantages to the optical bonding method of integration vs traditional perimeter gasket attach methods, one of the most notable being the enhanced performance. Here are the top 5 benefits every innovative company should know, with an inside look at choosing the right adhesive and which industries are the most suited for an optically bonded display.

Air Bonding Vs. Optical Bonding 

Traditionally, touch sensors or other rigid materials are bonded to the display with adhesive tape that is only applied to the edges. This process is referred to as “air bonding”. This creates a detrimental air gap that weakens the LCD display, distorts imagery in sunlight, traps impurities that shorten the life of the display, and much more. Optical bonding is the process of attaching a glass/plastic/filter substrate or touch panel to an LCD module. Liquid optically clear adhesive (LOCA) is placed between the cover substrate and LCD to completely fill the air gap. The assembly is cured via a UV-light process that fixes the display/substrate together while solidifying the gel, creating an optically brilliant and ruggedized display solution.

1. ) Achieve Clarity and Viewability 

Optical bonding eliminates the internal reflection between the LCD and the cover glass or touch screen because the bonding process creates a single index of refraction. Reducing internally reflected light loss increases display contrast and viewability. Improved display contrast enables displays to be more readily seen in bright ambient conditions, without increasing backlight brightness and the associated unwanted higher power and higher operating temperatures. 

2.) Maximum Protection

Optical bonding dramatically increases both physical durability and impact resistance. Unlike traditional, unprotected LCDs, optically bonded displays can have a cover glass that protects the display from rain, dust, snow, hammers, screwdrivers, etc. This not only helps a display withstand the elements but also makes the LCD cover glass vandal-resistant. Adding custom cover glass, touch screens, optical filters, optical coatings, and other enhancements with optical bonding creates a durable and complete rugged solution. Optical bonding is an effective solution for improving resistance to shake and shock environments – a benefit especially useful in harsh military and avionic environments. A rugged display is one that will last and reach full-term life expectancy.

3.) Dust and Moisture Prevention

Traditional touch screen configurations are only bonded from the sides and leave a massive air gap in the middle that can allow dust, dirt, and moisture to get in and destroy the display from within. The optical adhesive fills the gap between the substrate layer and LCD, preventing contaminants from impacting the display viewability. Water and electronics just simply do not mix and condensation or impurities can render the display unreadable. This advantage is especially important in maritime environments where displays are often exposed to harsh saltwater.

4.) Accurate Touch Experience

For LCDs with touch sensors attached, the touch sensor cover lens thickness influences touch accuracy and can affect usability with both touch pens and bare hands. Air bonded solutions that require high levels of durability typically require thicker cover lenses which can impact touch performance. Optically bonding the touch sensor to the LCD maintains maximum durability with thinner cover lens materials thus maintaining or increasing touch accuracy. When a display has a more accurate touch experience, it can be used more efficiently in fast-paced environments. 

5.) Improved Heat Dissipation

Heat dissipation is a key element in measuring display performance. The heat generated by the operation of the display is dissipated through optical material and is not blocked by insulating air layers. By filling the insulating air gap between the components, heat can be transferred to the outside environment. The improved heat dissipation also increases the LCD display’s solar aging performance. Improved heat dissipation can decrease display solutions thickness because the need for cooling fans or other similar features is eliminated.

Which Industries are Most Suited to Optical Bonding?

Optical bonding is popular among the military, marine, medical, transportation, and retail sectors whereby a higher-performing display is required due to the harsh environments. Optical Bonding is suited to industries that tend to use rugged displays in high-reliability environments or industries where displays need to be seen in high ambient light conditions. The process of Optical Bonding is particularly well suited and much more effective when applied to devices that operate outdoors or in heavily lighted environments.

When LCD displays are manufactured, including touchscreens, the front glass of the screen is layered onto the LCD module. This doesn’t present a problem in standard viewing environments, however in certain conditions, like with outdoor placement, the tiny gap between the 2 layers can impair viewing performance.

Choosing the Right Adhesive with E3 Displays

After knowing the advantages of optical bonding using liquid optically clear adhesives, it’s important to know the different types of adhesives that can be used. Some silicones can be cured using UV rays or there are acrylates that are typically cured using a combination of light and humidity. Both deliver excellent optical clarity but in most cases, silicones are considered the preferred adhesive. Silicones are smoother and are less likely to create image defects called “Mura effects”. After careful evaluation of numerous commercial materials (silicones, epoxies, urethane acrylates), E3 Displays determined that while UV curable urethane acrylates offered distinct mechanical and process advantages over silicones and epoxies, these commercially available adhesives did not meet the technical performance criteria essential for use in the harsh environments of avionics and military products. To solve this issue, E3 developed a family of custom adhesive formulations whose overall performance exceeds that of competing materials and are tailored to meet varied product requirements. After thousands of hours of development and testing, E3 Displays has created unparalleled adhesives in optical bonding which are application (and display) specific. The results of competitive testing by a variety of customers in a wide range of applications are overwhelming – E3 Displays consistently outperformed competitive products in all facets of evaluation. E3 Display bonding technology delivers the best value to its customers and ensures long term product reliability. 

Optically Bonded Overlays

Optically bonded displays have the potential for enhancement overlays to improve the overall performance and quality of the display. These include but are not limited to:

Anti-Vandal Shields

These rugged filters are available in various sizes to protect your optically bonded displays from impact, scratches, and chemicals. These shields provide maximum protection without sacrificing the anti-glare features, light transmission, and durability. These substrates are typically composed of polycarbonate, acrylic, chemically strengthened glass, or thick glass. 

EMI/RFI Shields

EMI is known as electromagnetic interference which is a disruption from another source. EMI is also referred to as Radio Frequency Interference (RFI). EMI happens when the operation is in close proximity to a device that emits signals. E3 Displays offers EMI protection integrated into LCD screens which deter outside magnetic interferences. No matter what industry you operate in, you want to have the security of knowing that you have a reliable display screen that performs with no interruptions. 

Heaters

In cooler climates, the LCD fluid will slow down and change the response time of the display. E3 can install transparent heater films through optical bonding to maintain a sleek and modern display, as well as maintain display response time. 

Touch Sensors

Touch sensors allow the user to interact with their devices in a more efficient and captivating way. E3 Displays can create various optically bonded touchscreens including multi-touch, projected capacitive, and resistive. 

Conclusion:

The key to maximizing your display value and performance is through liquid optical bonding, which is achieved by filling your display air gap with an E3 custom liquid optically clear adhesive. Optical Bonding provides many benefits including, enhanced clarity and viewability, ruggedization, dust and moisture protection, accurate touch experience, and improved heat dissipation. E3 Displays can optically bond any display type, up to 100”. There are also various overlays and enhancements that can be installed including, anti-vandal shields, EMI-RFI shields, heaters, and touch sensors. Optical bonding is the best way to achieve advanced clarity and maximum durability. 

About E3 Displays:

We’re a global design and manufacturing company that helps the world’s most innovative companies define the future of their business display needs. With over 20 years of combined experience in display technology, E3 Displays has everything you need to develop and manufacture your custom touch display all in one place. With customer-centric solutions featuring strategic planning, competitive pricing, longevity, and support, we ensure the best products on the market to help you scale. In the end, displays are a centerpiece in any hardware that provides a very important visual message in your product. We want to ensure that the visual entity exceeds your optical and performance requirements.

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5 Ways Interactive Touchscreen LCDs Are Increasing Student Success

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In classrooms these days everywhere you look you see kids with their heads down looking at their smartphones. When they get home, they go to their computer or tablet. Once it’s bedtime, they pick up their phones then lay down in bed while browsing the internet and texting their friends. The frustration of teachers and school administrators trying to enforce technology rules and keeping students engaged can sometimes make them want to pull their hair out. But what if instead of schools attempting to completely ban technology, they use it to their advantage? Many schools across the country are taking advantage of this new technologically adept generation to implement digital learning tools that enable teachers to expand their curriculum, keep students engaged, and improve collaboration. 

Chalkboards and traditional whiteboards are transforming into interactive thin film transistor (TFT) LCD touch screen whiteboards. Gigantic textbooks that weigh down backpacks and pocketbooks can now be found on a student’s LCD touch screen device. Teachers can record webinars and lectures that are posted online for distance learning and to be re-watched for deeper understanding. Many teachers, parents, and students feel that education should not be completely virtual, but they also agree that today’s technology can help educate in ways that have never been possible before. Here’s what you should know about how TFT LCD technology is making education smarter, not harder. 

 

What is a TFT Display?

TFT stands for “Thin Film Transistor” and these transistors are used in high-quality flat-panel LCDs. This allows the electrical current that illuminates the display to be turned on and off at a faster rate and shows motion much smoother. Because TFT displays are active-matrix LCDs and greatly improve image color quality, contrast, and clarity, it is one of the most popular display technologies. The difference between active and passive matrix displays is that passive matrix displays are controlled by an intersection of two wires in the grid. Active matrix displays control each pixel through capacitors. Active matrix displays can support faster-moving content more effectively. However, passive matrix technology is typically suitable for smaller format displays. Active matrix TFT LCDs are also more cost-effective than the newer OLED technology. Both the technological and price advantages of TFT displays make them the preferred display type for classrooms.

 

How Interactive LCD Whiteboards Enhance the Learning Experience

Interactive whiteboards are often referred to as an electronic whiteboard or smartboard. Teachers can connect their computers to the board through an HDMI cable or AirPlay. Teachers can use the display for projecting video lessons, notes, homework, and much more! Some boards even come equipped with game-style learning applications that enhance any lesson plan. Students can interact directly with the display using a special pen or their finger. Yale University published an article that stated, “…one study found that when instructors presented content on PowerPoint and also elaborated on the content via the chalkboard, students were more active and spent more time asking questions…” This shows that smart boards are a great supplement to traditional education and are best used as an enhancement rather than a replacement.


What are the Benefits of Classrooms with Interactive LCD Smartboards?

  1. 1. Larger Viewing Capabilities 
    1. Large-format LCD touch screens can help teachers cater to more student needs. Sometimes, students who sit in the back of the classroom become disconnected from the lesson plan, for various reasons, but for one being that it is difficult for them to view the whiteboard. Teachers sometimes resort to smaller writing because they are working in a confined space and don’t want to have to erase lesson notes halfway through. Small writing, combined with glare on the whiteboard from overhead lights forces students to sit on the floor closer to the board or just hope they are getting the right information. With interactive TFT displays, teachers not only have endless space to write but can zoom in to and highlight important notes. This ensures the display is comfortably seen by everyone. The LCD displays can also appeal to visual and auditory learners by displaying video and multimedia content. Students with special needs can benefit from integrated assistive features like text to speech, speech to text, captions, and much more! Unlike traditional whiteboards that are fixed to the wall, smart boards can be installed on ADA-compliant lifts that provide adjustable height and tilt angles. Interactive TFT LCD displays are the key to reaching EVERY student!

 

  1. 2. Collaboration 
    1. By promoting active learning and collaboration students are more likely to be engaged and better retain information. Interactive displays have the ability to host software, such as educational games, where students can interact directly on the screen or from their seats with their smart devices. Smartboards can display notes, videos, graphs, and more all at once so students can brainstorm and manipulate on-screen content as a team. As they are working out solutions in real-time, the display size and readability enables them to receive feedback from the entire class. When it’s difficult for a student to explain their ideas in words, they can draw them out on the board and pull up supporting material. Teachers have also utilized classroom LCD displays to gain classroom feedback and answer questions. Students can submit questions anonymously from their seats, get helpful answers from both their teacher and peers and not feel embarrassed or singled out. Collaboration skills are critical employment skills that employers expect. Many students are unable to grow this skill through traditional education. LCD whiteboards can help promote a hands-on learning environment where everyone is involved. 

 

  1. 3. Engagement 
    1. The average student attention span is 10-15 minutes, and as the students get younger, that time frame only gets smaller. Traditional whiteboards lack the dynamics it takes to keep students actively engaged. TFT LCD displays produce a range of colors and hues and support moving graphics that all help increase curiosity, active listening, and attention span. When teachers are able to quickly flip through supplemental education materials, students are not stuck focusing on one thing for too long. Interactive displays increase motivation throughout every level of education. Studies show that students in classrooms with interactive whiteboards had increased achievement as well as participation. They were also able to engage with and focus on lessons for longer periods. It’s easy for students to get side-tracked, but with dynamic TFT displays, students are more likely to take more away from each lesson.

 

  1. 4. Implementation
    1. Interactive touch screen displays are all-in-one solutions. Most just require an outlet and internet connection. Your school’s maintenance and IT teams do not have to spend hours mounting projectors to the ceilings, screens to the walls, and making sure lengthy cords are tucked away to create a safe environment. Interactive whiteboards are easy and simple to implement into any classroom and have the capability to be shared between multiple rooms. Maintenance for these displays is virtually non-existent. By lessening the headache of installing complicated projection devices that oftentimes require IT support, you can cut down on related costs. The benefits of outfitting your school with TFT LCD interactive whiteboards include:
      • Easy installation
      • No replacing bulbs or filters
      • All-in-one solution
      • Increased reliability 
      • Increased life-span
      • Lower energy consumption
      • Optional cart mount for sharing 
      • Reduced maintenance costs

 

  1. 5. Easy to Use
    1. Interactive whiteboards are often perceived as simple big-screen TVs. This makes teachers feel more comfortable using the new technology and simplifies the user experience. Teachers and students can write on them just like traditional whiteboards, but instead of using various dried out markers, they can use one digital pen or even their finger. Operating an LCD touch display has a similar feel to operating a personal tablet but on a larger scale. IT departments can provide brief overview training on how to utilize the boards, and from there most teachers feel comfortable exploring additional features on their own. Some interactive whiteboard manufacturers also offer their own training and guides on how to use the display. Interactive displays have many benefits over traditional projectors for teachers including:
      • Maximum teaching time without having to worry about tech issues
      • Uninterrupted lesson time
      • Increased viewability 
      • Quiet learning environment when needed; fan-free operation
      • Bright LED backlighting allowing the classroom lights to be kept on so students can still see what they are writing 
      • Resource sharing 

Conclusion:

 In conclusion, TFT LCD touch displays provide extensive benefits for students, teachers, and administrative teams. Implementing interactive whiteboards into your schools can increase classroom inclusion, as well as, student collaboration and engagement. They are also easy to implement and utilize. LCD displays are the key traditional education enhancement that will increase student success and provide greater classroom management for teachers. TFT displays come with many enhancements including but not limited to:

  • All Light Readability
  • Wide Temperature
  • Wide Viewing Cone
  • Wide Aspect Ratio
  • Large Format
  • Specialty Format

 

About E3 Displays:

When it comes to education, E3 Displays understands the importance of high-value dependable tools. This is why we help you create custom display solutions that fit all of your needs while excluding unnecessary features. This ensures you are gaining maximum value for your investment for years to come. 

E3 Displays has everything you need to develop and manufacture your custom touch display all in one place. With customer-centric solutions featuring strategic planning, competitive pricing, longevity, and support, we ensure the best products on the market to help you scale.

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Learn How Display Companies Are Helping Create Health Conscious Touchscreens

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The COVID-19 pandemic, commonly referred to as coronavirus, has made us all more aware of what we touch on a day to day basis. Over the past few years, many businesses and public services have implemented touchscreen displays to make the customers’ experience more efficient.  touchscreens have been implemented in restaurants, doctor offices, banks, malls, grocery stores and many other businesses where human contact can be limited. While the main benefit of touchscreen displays during the coronavirus is clear, no face to face contact with another human being, there can still be negative consequences of using touchscreens that are not properly maintained. The hygiene and safety of touchscreens are becoming a huge concern.

The Daily Benefits of Touchscreen Use 

Touchscreens are used to accelerate the speed of service for a business. They allow customers to serve or find information themselves and can prevent long queues and help with customer dissatisfaction. Touchscreens can make our lives more efficient and extend the capabilities of their applications. By eliminating traditional button displays, more compact modules with twice as many functions can be created. These compact modules are sleeker and aesthetically pleasing which can increase the value for consumer electronics.  There are continuous improvements, software updates, and new features that can be made on your touch displays to adapt to changing needs.  

 

How Touchscreen Technology Helps Limit the Spread of Infectious Diseases

Touchscreen displays are more sanitary than the traditional button and knob displays. Button displays attract dirt and moisture and harbor bacteria between the keys that make them more difficult to clear, which eventually causes certain functions to stop working. With touchscreens being one continuous surface, there’s less space for germs and bacteria to hide and duplicate. If proper disinfectants are used, touch displays are easier to clean and can help limit the spread of infectious diseases through touch. Touchscreens also limit face-to-face interactions, which is especially beneficial in situations where social distancing can and should be achieved. Touchscreens play a huge role in helping protect those who are considered high risk for falling ill and needing intensive care. While there are many benefits to touchscreens, there are concerns surrounding them when improperly maintained. 

 

Hygiene Concerns Surrounding Touchscreens

In 2018, a study was reported by Metro UK. and was conducted by Dr. Paul Matewele, a senior professor in microbiology at London Metropolitan University. Dr. Matewele visited 8 different locations in the UK of a popular fast-food chain and swabbed their touchscreen ordering machines. All 8 ended up testing positive for various bacteria including fecal matter. This doesn’t mean that the displays were not cleaned or were designed in a poor manner. One problem may have been not using a strong enough disinfectant cleaner. Dr. Matewele’s study shows the concern of touchscreen displays even before the coronavirus pandemic had occurred. 

 

What Kind of Bacteria are Found on Touchscreens

One of the common bacteria found on screens is Enterococcus faecalis (E. faecalis). These bacteria commonly end up on touchscreens when people do not wash their hands after using the bathroom. It occurs naturally in our stomachs and intestines, even if we are healthy. E faecalis is known for causing hospital-acquired infections.

Another bacteria that is commonly found on touch displays is staphylococcus (staph). Staph infections are caused by bacteria that are typically found on our skin or in our noses. Staph bacteria can also be found in healthy individuals. A majority of the time, staph infections are relatively minor. However, some strains are becoming resistant to common antibiotics and are increasingly difficult to treat. Staphylococcus is known to cause food poisoning with symptoms developing and dissipating rather quickly. 

Once you touch a surface, like a touchscreen, those bacteria are on your hands and can then travel to whatever you touch after. Many touchscreen bacteria can be extremely contagious. Even if the infections are minor, people who are immunosuppressed are at risk of developing severe and sometimes fatal infections. 

 

How Display Companies are Helping Create Health-Conscious Touchscreens

  1. 1. One of the main advantages of a touchscreen over traditional button displays is that it is one continuous surface. Manufacturing a touch display that is flush edge-to-edge is the first step in creating health-conscious touchscreen displays. This makes it difficult for bacteria to settle in hard to reach areas and makes it easier to clean.

 

  1. 2. Projective capacitive touchscreens allow for operational use without direct contact to the touch sensor. A user can interact with the touchscreen while using gloves or a stylus. This technology allows users to interact with touch displays to their maximum capacity while still protecting themselves and others from bacteria that may be on the screen.

 

  1. 3. Antimicrobial coatings can be manufactured on a touchscreen to kill or limit the growth of common bacteria. 

 

  1. 4. If fixed-function buttons are required, a touch display can be manufactured where they are part of a single, uninterrupted glass surface. This will maintain functionality but still allow for easy cleaning. 

 

  1. 5. In order to be user friendly, touch displays can be designed with dimples, grooves, and dials. The display glass remains unbroken but can be used by people with visual impairments. 


How Businesses Can Help Keep Displays Safe and Clean

  1. 1. Disinfection Policies
    1. Implementing written disinfection policies will help create a clean and healthy environment for customers and employees. It is important to educate employees on the danger of germs within their work environment. Disinfection policies will also help minimize employee sick days, keeping the business running. 

 

  1. 2. Disinfection Products
    1. Businesses should utilize non-toxic commercial-grade cleaning products. Commercial-grade cleaning products contain certain chemicals that kill various types of viruses on your touchscreen displays. These cleaning solutions are formulated to meet government safety standards. 

 

  1. 3. Cleaning During Business Hours
    1. To help limit the spread of surface bacteria, businesses must perform routine cleanings of their touchscreen displays and high contact surface areas. By scheduling regular wipe downs of high use surfaces throughout the workday, the risk is being limited to infection for employees and customers. 

 

  1. 4. Customer Sanitation
    1. By providing convenient centrally located sanitation stations you will encourage customers and clients to take part in limiting the spread of germs. Placement of sanitizer dispensers next to your touchscreen will also encourage customers to use before and after engaging with the display.

Conclusion

In conclusion, touchscreen technology not only makes our lives easier and more efficient, but they are more hygienic than traditional button displays. Buttons and knobs are common nesting places for bacteria and are difficult to reach when cleaning. It is important to take proper safety precautions such as washing your hands frequently and avoiding touching your face when using touch displays, especially during COVID-19. No surface or display screen is completely immune to bacteria. Touchscreens that are poorly maintained can attract harmful bacteria such as Enterococcus faecalis, staphylococcus, common cold, and flu viruses, as well as COVID-19. 

However, with proper precautions and sanitation measures, touchscreen displays can help limit direct contact with potentially infected persons. Business and display manufacturers can also do their part in limiting the spread of harmful bacteria. All businesses should implement sanitation policies and conduct a consistent thorough cleaning of their touchscreen displays and other high touch surfaces with commercial-grade cleaners.

At E3 Displays, we produce flush edge to edge projected capacitive touch displays that are easy to clean and can be used with gloves or a stylus. Installation of antimicrobial films can also be added to limit the growth of bacteria and allow your touchscreen display to be cleaned with harsh chemicals without damaging the display itself. Touch displays are all around us and with these steps, we don’t have to sacrifice modern technology that makes our lives easier and more efficient. 

 

About E3 Displays:

Ruggedization and dependability are needed for consumer and commercial touchscreen displays. E3 provides solutions that give your business more peace of mind during the coronavirus pandemic. With over 20 years of combined experience in display technology, E3 Displays can develop and manufacture your custom touch display all in one place. 

With customer-centric solutions featuring strategic planning, competitive pricing, longevity, and support, we ensure the best products on the market.

E3 Displays can help by outfitting POS systems, mobile ordering devices, medical displays, and more with anti-microbial films to make them easier to clean and inhibit the growth of bacteria and fungi. Projected Capacitive touchscreens, antimicrobial film enhancements, and proper sanitation are some of the most important steps in making touchscreens more hygienic. We are all part of limiting the spread but it can start at display manufacturing. Take the proper steps now during Covid-19 to ensure you are protecting all that may encounter your touchscreen display, now and in the future to come. 

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Why a Touch Screen LCD Display is the Best for Ventilators

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Our health-care heroes work tirelessly every day to save the lives of those we love and require tools that are reliable, durable, and performance-ready. One of the life-saving tools that are being used in the medical field is a respiratory ventilator. Ventilators are essential for critically-ill patients with various respiratory diseases, including COVID-19. The best way to ensure that they will continuously perform with maximum potential is by manufacturing them with a TFT LCD touch display module. We will go over what ventilators are, how a TFT LCD can assist this machine, and why it is the best choice for ventilator displays. 

What is a Ventilator?

Ventilators help doctors and nurses save lives throughout the medical field. These machines help critical care patients breathe by circulating breathable air through a patient’s lungs. 

Ventilators help patients with medical conditions that impact their normal lung function, including:

          1.) Respiratory illnesses, including, flu, pneumonia, and COVID-19

          2.) Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)

          3.) Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

          4.) Asthma

          5.) Lung cancer

          6.) Stroke

          7.) Injuries to the brain

          8.) Muscle/nerve damage in relation to breathing 

          9.) Drug overdose

Patients with the above medical conditions either rely on the ventilator partially or fully to assist them with breathing. Ventilators can also be used in operating rooms for patients under general anesthesia and with premature babies whose lungs have yet to fully develop. 

What makes up a Ventilator?

Ventilators are various parts that all work together harmoniously in a well-oiled machine to provide life-saving care. Not every manufacturer makes their ventilators the same and there are pros and cons to each one but there are general parts that are common amongst all ventilators, regardless of who creates it.

          1.) Touch screen LCD display for patient vitals and ventilator controls

          2.) Compressible air reservoir

          3.) Tubes and valves set

          4.) Air and oxygen supplies

          5.) Disposable or reusable patient circuit plastic tube set

          6.) Alarms, oxygen tanks, power back-ups (i.e. batteries)

          7.) Safety valves

          8.) Pneumatic system or electronic turbo pump

Ventilator machines are in the business of saving lives and need to be reliable with zero failure. We at E3 Displays, focus on putting the patient first and manufacture TFT LCDs for ventilators that uphold the most rigorous testing and ISO 13485 standards. We manufacture displays that are built to save lives and built to last.

Why a TFT LCD is the Best Choice

Modern medicine is continuously evolving and growing which is why, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as of 2017, the average life expectancy in the United States is 78.6 years. Today’s medical tools are commonly equipped with TFT touch LCD displays to provide more control and simplify patient care. 

Here is why touch screen displays are the best choice for respiratory ventilators:

  1. 1.) Accuracy

TFT color LCDs accurately display patient vitals and ventilator settings allowing a patient’s medical                   team to make informed decisions regarding patient care. This is made possible through TFT-LCD                         technology that emits high-resolution imagery which is important in an essential life-saving machine.

       2.)  Ease of Use

             Touch screens provide efficient versatility with ease of use. Before touch screens, machines harbored               an abundance of buttons and dials that made them complicated and bulky which took up valuable                   patient room space. Touch screens have made it easier to check patient vitals, adjust settings, and                     silence alarms.

             A TFT-LCD is much more efficient and has built-in security features to prevent accidental touch and                   altercation of ventilator settings.  

       3.) Hygienic, helping to limit the spread of diseases

            How many times a day do you touch door handles, shopping carts, your face, and then your phone all              without washing your hands in between? People have become more conscious of these things in the              world of coronavirus, but it can still be a challenge to completely eliminate cross-contamination. 

           Medical displays are the most likely to be contaminated with bacteria and pathogens both on the                     surface and within the display module. Therefore, they need to be able to withstand rigorous cleaning             and disinfecting with harsh chemicals. Here at E3 Displays, we’ve created a medical-grade TFT display               for ventilators that can withstand these requirements due to its flush design and elimination of                         buttons and dials that create hard to reach places for chemicals and nesting spaces for harmful                         bacteria. A TFT touch LCD makes ventilator cleaning easier and protects already vulnerable patients. 

       4.) Multifunctional

             A TFT LCD touch display can contain more features in a confined space due to the decreased need for               buttons and knobs. The display is multi-functional and can not only control the ventilator but display               patient information and vitals at the same time.

       5.) Portability 

            Respiratory machines are notoriously heavy and bulky making them an unavoidable nuisance and                      mobility inhibitor for patients and doctors. Equipping a ventilator with a TFT LCD display can                              streamline the machine design and make it more portable. 

            TFT modules are thin-film transistors that make the ventilator screen thin and lightweight, therefore                  enabling an in-room ventilator to become more  portable and less bulky or making it ideal for already              portable devices commonly found on emergency vehicles. 

Capacitive Touch and Ventilators

There are various types of touch technologies used among ventilator screens, with capacitive touch being the most common. You might be thinking, “There are different types of touch?”. Well, when it comes to touch screens, they all perceive and process your touch differently. Let us explain.

What is a Capacitive Touch Screen?

Capacitive touch screens are the most common, especially in the medical field and therefore, ventilators. Electric charges from human touch travel through the surface of the screen, disrupting the screen’s electrostatic field and triggering the device’s reaction to said touch.

Capacitive touch screens are unique in that they can only be controlled by human contact or corresponding stylus pen. 

What is IN a Capacitive Touch Screen?

TFT capacitive LCD touch screens are comprised of:

          1.) Glass insulator 

          2.) Transparent conductor coating 

          3.) Microchip controller

          4.) CMOS digital signal processor 

          5.) Backside glass with mounting adhesive 

          6.) These layers are typically topped with a protective glass.

What is a Projective Capacitive Touchscreen?

Projective Capacitive Touchscreens (PCT)  are a type of capacitive technology that uses advanced touch sensors to expand its touch capabilities.

What makes a PCT unique in structure is a transparent electrode film and integrated circuit chip that create a three-dimensional electrostatic field. This produces a more sensitive and reactive touch display with the ability to:

          1.) Activate multi-touch features

          2.) React to surgical gloves

          3.) Prolong durability

Here at E3 Displays, our preferred touch technology for ventilator displays is a TFT LCD projective capacitive display module.

How Does a Capacitive Touchscreen Benefit Ventilator Displays?

1. ) Clarity 

Capacitive displays provide some of the clearest images when compared to other touch technology. Resistive technology is designed with the image display directly behind the protective glass layer which is not ideal for medical displays where image accuracy is vital for saving a critically-ill patient.

Utilizing capacitive touch in ventilator displays provides astounding clarity and visibility to enable medical teams to accurately monitor patient vitals and make informed decisions towards patient care.

2.) Ease of Use

Capacitive touch screens do not require pressure to sense touches, therefore, making it easier to use in fast-paced environments in the medical field. Light touches are all it takes to operate the ventilator, increasing operational efficiency. Projective capacitive touch screens are also glove-friendly making it ideal for medical displays.

3.) Durability 

Capacitive touchscreens are ideal for ventilators because of their resistance to liquids, surface contaminants, cleaning chemical tolerance, and overall durability. It is important to note that TFT displays are not indestructible so it’s important to still care for the display like a long term investment by following all manufacturer guidelines in order to get the maximum performance and durability.

Conclusion 

Hopefully you now know more about how a ventilator operates, the benefits of touchscreen display modules for ventilators, the different types of touch technology, and why projective capacitive is the best choice. TFT projective capacitive touchscreen LCDs from E3 Displays are the best for ventilators because they simplify the user experience, are easy to clean, lightweight, and allow the machine to be portable. They also create the sharpest and most accurate imaging.

Touch screens, in general, are beneficial for ventilators because they provide:

          1.) Multi-function

          2.) High image quality

          3.) Durability 

          4.) Ease of use

Ventilators are in increasing demand and are being relied on to change the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a manufacturer looking to enhance your respiratory ventilators, put your trust in E3 Displays to create a reliable, accurate, and durable high-quality TFT touchscreen to help you be a part of saving lives and changing medicine.

About E3 Displays:

You are in the business of saving lives and E3 Displays is in the business of making sure you have the necessary tools to do so. E3 Displays is trusted by the most elite medical professionals around the world to create innovative medical displays and has over a combined 20 years of experience, ORION certification, as well as ISO 9001:2015 and 13485 standards. E3’s innovative solutions provide impact resistance and safety enhancements to deliver the best patient care. E3 displays are designed for longevity and provide high-reliability touch screens for all medical use cases while improving performance, accuracy, and efficiency. We have extensive experience in creating medical display solutions that meet optical specifications and custom touch panel features with custom chassis and computing solutions. At E3 Displays, we can help you create the next medical display innovation.

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Discover Why Advancements in PCAP Technology Are Replacing Resistive as the Go-To for Industrial Applications.

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PCAP vs Resistive Touch

When selecting touch screens for heavy-duty industrial applications it can be difficult to find solutions that are compatible with gloves and harsh industrial environments. As you may know there are two different kinds of touch sensors, capacitive and resistive. For many years resistive touch technology has been the top choice for most touchscreen controls found on industrial machinery. Historically, one of the major advantages of a resistive touch screen was the ability to use anything on the screen, finger, stylus, and gloved finger because resistive touch screens are based on pressure, so anything can be used to close the gap and actuate the sensor.

When first introduced to the market, Projective Capacitive (PCAP) improved optical clarity and was scratch resistant but did not perform well with gloved hands. However, new advancements in PCAP are changing that and making it a viable solution for industrial applications. This now gives product engineers two options to choose from either sticking with the historically more common application or moving forward with recent improvements in PCAP technology. With the new and improved (PCAP) technology we will explain how and why the new PCAP technology is replacing resistive as the go-to for industrial applications.

Resistive Touch Technology

Resistive touch screens had been the focal point on the factory floor room operations for decades. This technology features two transparent layers separated by a thin gap with spacers. When you tap the surface of a resistive touchscreen, the two layers press each other which triggers a voltage to pass through and identify exactly where you touched. This technology works thanks to pressure, and is known for its capability to identify a touch with a finger or an object. Furthermore, the surface of the touch sensor is invulnerable to foreign objects such as dust and water drops. Another major advantage resistive touch screens have had is its cost effectiveness but nevertheless, resistive touch includes several disadvantages as well. 

Disadvantages of Resistive Touch Screens:

          1.) Multi-touch is not supported (pinch, zoom, etc.)

          2.) Not every sensitive, more pressure is need to actuate the sensor (however, this can be advantage                     for some applications)

          3.) Lacks optical clarity

          4.) Extra layers of material over the display dull the contrast

          5.) More prone to scratches 

          6.) Heavy use can breakdown the sensor leaving it unresponsive. If the surface is damaged, the sensor                     will stop working

          7.) Extra layers of material over the display dull the contrast 

          8.) Not available beyond 24”size due to economic scale 

Projected Capacitive (PCAP) Touch Technology

Capacitive sensing in touch screens has been around since the 1970’s, but with the recent explosion in popularity of the smartphone, projected capacitive sensors (PCAP) have come to the forefront of touch screen technology. As a result of the success of advanced smartphones, users have discovered the many benefits of projected capacitive touch panels. Users are realizing the gesturing interface used on the advanced smartphone is a natural way of interacting with electronic devices. Now that projected capacitive touch panels are available in larger panel sizes, designers can bring this same experience to a variety of embedded systems where durability, reliability and overall performance of this technology can add value to more industries than just consumer products. 

PCT technology is a capacitive technology which permits more accurate and flexible operation, projection of the touch field through additional layers of material plus full multi touch capability. Typical construction of a PCT technology sensor allows for operation without direct contact to the touch sensor. Thus the touch sensor can be located behind further insulating layers, and operate even under screen protectors, or behind weather and vandal-proof glass. Due to the top layer of a PCT being glass, PCT is a more robust solution versus resistive touch technology. Since PCT being glass, PCT is a more robust solution versus resistive touch technology. Since PCT technology construction is an X and Y matrix of capacitors capable of locating multiple distinct touch points, PCAP sensors are true multi touch capable. 

With the recent improvements of PCAP technology it quickly won over industrial application market shares from resistive touch. PCAP touch screens started to be introduced more in applications where customers require a more rugged surface due to susceptibility to scratches and mishandlings making it the new best solution for industrial applications. 

Advantages of PCAP Touch Screens:

          1.) More scratch/abrasion resistance due to a glass or acrylic lens

          2.) High responsive, touch sensitive- the actuation of a capacitive sensor is light touch and smooth                         when it comes to drag and swipes

          3.) Multi-touch is supported

          4.) Sensor will continue to work even if the top lens is cracked/broken. PCAP is great for heavy use                         applications

          5.) High contrast, great visual appearance 

Why PCAP for Industrial Applications

Capacitive touch screens were actually invented almost 10 years before the first resistive touchscreen. In the beginning PCAP were typically used more for consumer products like laptops, smartphones and tablets. Here we discuss some features that allow the new technology to overcome the past and now be the lead touchscreen for industrial applications.

  1. 1.) Touch Controller

          There are two options for incorporating touch controllers in the PCAP touch devices. In the first one, an             Integrated Circuit (IC) controller is mounted on the surface on a separate PC board, known as Chip on               Board (COB), which allows signals to be transmitted from the touch sensor through the flexible                         printed circuit to the PCB. Then, the IC firmware will transform the capacitance data into a digital                       touch position data which will be sent to the host computer.

           The second option is to mount the controller IC chip on the surface directly on the touch flex tail, also               known as Chip on Flex (COF). In this case, an analog capacitance signal is converted into digital                           position data on the FPC which will be sent to the computer via serial interface.

  1. 2.) Noise Immunity

           Electromagnetic interference (EMI) noise can interfere with the accurate detection of touch events in               PCAP touch screens. To maintain the accuracy of the touch detection, the PCAP touch controller                       leverages firmware and hardware to avoid noise interference at different frequency bandwidths.

  1. 3.) Water Handling

           On certain industrial applications, water can accumulate on top of PCAP touch screens and trigger                     false touches. To avoid those false touches, the latest PCAP technology features water repellent                       surface treatments and a firmware algorithm to differentiate an actual touch from water droplets.                     These new features enable the touch screens to work flawlessly with challenging operating conditions.

  1. 4.) Gloved Touch

            The improved algorithm on PCAP touch controller firmware enables the touchscreen manufacturer to              be able to tune the projection field for different applications, thus enabling workers to keep their                      thick working or safety gloves on while operating on their HMI equipment.

  1. 5.) Thick Cover Lens

            To improve precision, certain PCAP touch screens now include a thicker glass which will detect fewer              signals while increasing the signal strength and maintain an optimal noise ratio.

Where would a Resistive Touch Screen still be used?

When it comes to a resistive touch screen, you need to push a little harder for your touch to get detected and they cannot recognize  multiple touches at the same time. Nevertheless, these applications still find a lot of value and are widely used in many markets.

These touch screens are durable and affordable, so they are widely used in credit card readers, many defense applications, points of sale, medical equipment, and consumer markets. In these instances, the resistive touch screens deliver the exact features needed for the display. Here is a list of advantages that still make resistive touch screens a great solution for these categories and more. 

Advantages of Resistive Touch Screens:

          1.) Less complex to make which results in a lower product cost

          2.) Can be used with bare finger, gloved finger, stylus, etc

          3.) Does not respond to contact from outside stimuli (ex: dust and water splashes

Conclusion:

Both capacitive and resistive touch screens can offer a durable, high-quality, crystal-clear image solution. However, there are a few key advantages of choosing a capacitive touchscreen over a resistive touchscreen for industrial applications. 

The recent improvements of PCAP touchscreen technology have increased performance with breakthroughs in IC controllers, driver and firmware, which increase precision, and reduce EMI noise. As a result, you can leverage PCAP touch technology for better durability, improved scratch resistance, and greater touch precision for your industrial applications. 

About E3 Displays:

High performance and dependability is needed from industrial displays. E3 provides solutions that give you peace of mind during the busiest work environments. With over 20 years of combined experience in display technology, E3 Displays has everything you need to develop and manufacture your custom touch display all in one place. With customer-centric solutions featuring strategic planning, competitive pricing, longevity and support, we ensure the best products on the market to help you scale.

Both capacitive and resistive touch screens can offer a high-quality, crystal-clear image. However, there are a few key advantages of choosing a capacitive touchscreen over a resistive touchscreen. As explained here, advancements in PCAP Technology are replacing Resistive as the go-to for Industrial Applications.

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e3 collabrative workspaces with displays
Commercial, Recent News

How Interactive Displays Are Changing The Modern Workspace

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The progressions in today’s technologically advanced world are turning cubicles into coffee shops, centrally located offices into worldwide workspaces, and traditional board rooms into virtual collaboration spaces. Working from home brought the world by storm and now many companies are saying it will become part of their everyday culture, even after they’re allowed to return to the office. Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, has already notified Twitter and Square employees that they are free to work from home indefinitely. Many other major corporations are expected to soon follow suit.

So what does this mean for office spaces? How do business owners keep their employees intertwined with company culture and maintain consistent communication? The answer is, we look towards virtual collaboration spaces within offices and how interactive technologies such as wearables and smart spaces can aid the transition to our new norm.

Getting the Job Done: On the Go

Technology is becoming smaller and more user friendly, and the ability for consumers to perform business-related tasks on the go is increasing. Smartwatches can carry various apps and project managers that enable the user to upload documents and communicate with teams without having to be seated at a desk. They can also seamlessly integrate with a user’s desktop and cell phone making it easy to share information between devices. Studies have shown that another benefit of being able to freely move around and even have a standing desk increases productivity and overall employee health.

Wearables produce benefits for users not only in their personal lives but professional lives as well. When consumers rely on a smartwatch to essentially be their personal assistant they need a display with a battery life that will extend beyond business hours, durability that can withstand the most active lifestyles, performance in every environment including rain and extreme heat, and sleek professional design. This is why E3 Displays has been trusted to design and develop wearable devices for today’s remote professionals.

Bringing worldwide organizations together in one place…virtually

As more organizations transition to flexible workspaces, meeting rooms are changing. They are evolving from the traditional “boardroom” style with a long centrally located table with 20+ chairs surrounding it, to “smart” rooms outfitted with collaborative desks, interactive displays, as well as video and phone conferencing systems. Interactive displays, including “smart boards”, allow individuals to share information from their personal device to a centralized display, contain touch technologies for drawing and writing, screen sharing so remote employees can view collaboration in real-time, and much more! Interactive displays can bring both physically present and remote workers together through high definition video conferencing, so teams are not limited by their location and can have highly engaging and collaborative meetings from all over the world.

Interactive displays also benefit more than just employees. By having a collaboration platform, companies can communicate and strategize with clients across the globe, therefore cutting down on unnecessary travel costs and time traveling for a simple meeting that will only last a couple of hours. This will allow companies and clients to devote time and resources to producing results and acquiring new projects. Interactive displays from E3 with built-in video/audio capabilities, not only come with connectivity and sharing features but are optically bonded for increased durability and multi-touch capabilities. (To learn more about optical bonding click here) They also contain optical enhancements such as anti-glare, anti-smudge, and wide viewing angles to ensure all in-office team members can have an uninterrupted viewing experience. E3’s interactive displays bring employees together from near and far into a collaborative and efficient workspace.  

PWC Transitioning to the Modern Workspace

In a survey of IT professionals, conducted in 2018 by Oblong Industries, 91% of the participants agreed, “engaging with data and information using interactive, immersive methods can help to solve complex business issues.” PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) proved this through their new collaborative workspace called ‘The Delta Room’, located in their Paris location. They incorporated interactive displays with built-in high definition video cameras in order to bring employees and clients together to drive project results in a more efficient way. The investment paid off within the first few months, enabling PwC to acquire new projects and build upon their credibility, efficiency, and reach. This goes to show that the investment of collaborative virtual workspaces can not only give employees the flexibility to work remotely but allow companies the opportunity to pursue projects that would otherwise be unattainable due to location restrictions. 

SHARP and Window’s New Collaboration Interactive Display

SHARP has partnered with Windows to create the ultimate 70” collaboration interactive display for the commercial industry. The display which contains a high-quality built-in AI conferencing camera and an IoT sensor hub can be easily integrated into most smart offices and track things like lighting, temperature, humidity, motion, and air quality so facility managers can make cost-saving decisions about facility spaces and create the optimum working environment to maximize employee productivity. This state of the art interactive display from SHARP and Windows is the next step towards creating remote-friendly workspaces. E3 Displays is a partner of SHARP and can take their displays one step further by providing enhancements for specific work environments. We can provide projective capacitive touch enhancements which permits more accurate and flexible operation, projection of the touch-field through additional layers of material plus full multi-touch capability. The typical construction of a PCT technology sensor allows for operation without direct contact to the touch sensor. Thus the touch sensor can be located behind further insulating layers, and operate even under screen protectors, or behind weather and vandal-proof glass. We can also provide optical bonding. We chose to develop a family of custom adhesive formulations whose overall performance exceeds that of competing materials and are tailored to meet varied product requirements. After thousands of hours of development and testing, we created unparalleled adhesives in optical bonding which are application (and display) specific.

Traditional Vs. Virtual 

There are many discussions on the pros and cons of encouraging a remote workforce and the pros and cons affect employers, employees, and clients. Let’s take a look at why a traditional work environment might be the preferred option. There is the argument that communication can be lost and in a work environment that already has lackluster communication levels, this can be detrimental to teams and even entire organizations. This is why it is extremely important to implement collaboration systems and interactive in-office displays so employers don’t lose touch with their employees and clients. As long as managers and team leaders are proactive in initiating and following through on virtual meetings, there is no reason why communication should be lost. In fact, by not having to gather everyone in one place, an organization can save on facility costs such as extra meeting space and utilities. Some would say that they lack the discipline to not be in the office, which is why companies who are offering indefinite work from home options are also still providing in-office space as well. There’s also the “bad” side of work-life balance. Sometimes employees who are not accustomed to working from home don’t have the ideal home office space and ritual. Everything takes getting used to and many employers are providing added support and communication channels for employees to become accustomed to the new culture.

The benefits of a flexible work environment curated with the right collaboration and interactive tools, far exceed any minor setbacks. According to GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com, “…a typical employer can save an average of $11,000 per half-time telecommuter per year.” This means that an organization with just 50 flexible employees can save an average of half a million dollars per year! Global Work Analytics uses different factors such as increased productivity, real estate costs, reduced absenteeism and turnover, and better disaster preparedness to calculate this amount. For employees, there is a positive work-life balance, reduced childcare costs, less time commuting so more time to produce results, lower commuting costs, and higher job satisfaction. Clients who work with a company that are prepared for and accustomed to interacting with people virtually through interactive technology can save on travel expenses for meetings that last for hours and save time not having to commute themselves. 

Conclusion

There are many aspects to examine when contemplating a flexible work environment but the first step towards transitioning is equipping you and your team with commercial-grade interactive displays that will transform the way you communicate. Even if you make the decision that it is too early to transition to a virtual work environment, interactive displays can expand your reach with clients and increase their overall satisfaction. It can allow employees whose kids are sick or cars broke down into the office so they don’t miss out on project defining strategy sessions. Here at E3 Displays, we can help make sure your investment is nothing short of exceeding your standards through high definition imagery, wide viewing angles that cover the room, a brightness that reaches the last row, optical bonding that makes sure your display will grow with your company, and touch enhancements to make all users feel like they’re in the room with you. 

About E3 Displays

 E3 Displays is trusted to make commercial responsive display solutions from the first to the millionth touch. A commercial display should be cost-effective, while also providing optimum performance for your employees and your customers. A high-quality commercial display is vital to capture audience attention and increase operational efficiency. Our elite team will supply you with high-performance display solutions customized for your business and operational goals that can be easily integrated into an existing application or we can aid in the design of a completely new concept. At E3 Displays, we can help you transition the way you do work.

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Tele health displays
Medical, Recent News

How Telehealth And Medical Displays Are Working Together To Change Medicine

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Before the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth was making appearances throughout the healthcare industry, but due to pushback from certain healthcare providers and lack of urgent need, it was never widely accepted, until now. As the pandemic rapidly spread across the world, medical display companies were in a race to increase the safety and patient experience of the medical field through innovative display solutions. Family physicians and therapists were among the many providers to switch to virtual appointments, but there was still a need to fill the gap for the most in-demand and high-risk medical centers in America, hospitals and senior living facilities. This is where PDi Communication System, Inc. (“PDi), one of the oldest and largest medical TV design and manufacturing companies, combined forces with Nautilus Medical, a leading telehealth solutions company, to create the most simple and safest telehealth solution for patient and healthcare providers. They created the PDi medTab Telehealth Cart equipped with the Teleray video call system where patients could virtually meet with their healthcare team via a built-in camera and microphone. PDi and Nautilus had to address three main concerns from healthcare facilities that they face when choosing a tablet device: sanitation, security, and power. 

Medical Displays and Preventing the Spread of Diseases

Any medical display needs to be able to withstand the constant application of harsh chemicals and is usually designed with antibacterial and hydrophobic films that do not diminish the touchscreen experience. Medical displays typically have a flat panel design to prevent germs and bacteria from settling inside hard to reach areas and often have an ingress protection rating demonstrating that the display is dirt, dust, and waterproof. This enables the medical displays to be cleaned with soap, water, and harsh chemicals that are required by medical sanitation standards without being damaged. These features are not found in traditional consumer or commercial tablets and are not equipped to withstand the demands of healthcare settings.

Confidentiality is also a major concern in the healthcare industry. Patients have expressed concerns over virtual appointments being recorded or devices retaining information. The Teleray video call system is HIPPA-compliant and the PDi medTab has an integrated auto-wipe feature that erases confidential patient information so you and your patients can continue to provide and receive the same level of confidential care. 

Secure and Accessible Solutions

Security extends beyond patient information. Handheld patient tablets can easily be thrown out in bedsheets by cleaning staff, dropped, damaged, and stolen. When a patient has a handheld display they are likely to be constantly looking down which can cause neck, back, and eye strain, and having to hold the tablet prevents the use of their hands for other tasks like eating or being readily available for nurses to collect samples and perform testing. A wall-mounted medical display has easily adjustable angles and heights tailored to the patient for the most comfortable viewing experience and decreases the likelihood of the display being lost, damaged, or stolen. The PDi medTab has the ability to be installed on a transportable cart to be easily moved from room to room, or it can be installed on an adjustable wall mounted arm to bring the experience to every patient. Not all patients are found in a hospital, doctor’s office, or care facility. Some patients are immobile and benefit from in-home care. This is why the PDi medTab is available to individual consumers. Enabling your medical display to be available not only in bulk to medical facilities but also to individual consumers through certified retailers, allows for a broader brand reach and having a greater positive impact in the medical field.

Traditional consumer and commercial devices that doctors and patients use to conduct telehealth appointments over various video conferencing apps, not only don’t provide the same sanitation and security features but in most cases have limited battery life. They are generally anticipated to only be used by one person for a short period of time which makes them less than ideal for a healthcare facility where displays are used around the clock by an entire staff and multiple patients. The PDi medTab has internal cable management and operates on a plug-in power supply so there’s never a re-charging concern. Medical displays also have the capability to provide sharper imagery and higher 4K resolution. Medical displays with a high PPI and 4K resolution (3840 x 2160) provide the sharpest and most realistic view for medical professionals who have to view rashes, lesions, or incision sites during a virtual appointment. This enables a medical care provider to give more accurate diagnoses over a virtual appointment. 

Benefits to Doctors and Patients

Medical displays are changing the way we do medicine for the better. They are increasing possibilities and flexibility for both doctors and patients. Besides technological features, there are many physical and emotional features that they possess as well. The main benefit of having a telehealth communication system is limiting exposure to infectious diseases beyond COVID-19. Doctors have the ability to pre-screen patients or do routine check-ups before the patient ever sets foot in the office. If the patient is sick or at risk of contracting a highly contagious disease, telehealth can assist in controlling the spread. Doctors also don’t have to suit up in full PPE to see a patient which can sometimes cause patient anxiety and shortages in PPE when doctors need it most. 

The PDi medTab with Teleray software enables patients to not only meet with their doctors and nurses virtually but with their families and friends as well. We have learned that although social distancing is necessary in some cases, it can tend to make people feel lonely, depressed, and anxious. When a physically ill patient also has low mental morale, studies have shown that it actually increases the patient’s recovery time. The PDi medTab with Teleray has a simple user experience that also comes equipped with TV channels, games, news, internet access, and even relaxation sounds to improve overall patient satisfaction. Telehealth can also help patients save on transportation and child care costs because they are not having to go to a physical doctor’s office. 

Telehealth Vs. Traditional Medicine

It is important to note that although telehealth might be ideal today and can be beneficial for certain situations in the future, it should never completely replace traditional medicine. Telehealth comes with diagnostic limitations that require sound or touch. A full physical evaluation of a patient is sometimes vital to accurately diagnosing a patient and that is something telemedicine will never be able to completely replace. It is also important for patients and medical providers to form long term relationships. There are security and comfort in a doctor-patient relationship where the doctor knows more than what meets the eye about their patient, such as; social environment, financial status, general lifestyle, and prior health conditions, all of which can contribute to new underlying health conditions that providers who don’t have that connection with their patient might not know about. There are many new and emerging telehealth platforms but their main focus is on speed and convenience, sometimes connecting patients with the next available provider. So for telehealth to be the most effective and have widespread adoption after coronavirus, it’s important that doctors do not convert to entirely virtual practice and instead use it as a supplement to the great care that they already provide.

Conclusion

Telehealth and medical displays are making industry-changing impacts in the medical field, both together and on their own. Together they are increasing the overall patient experience. Telehealth is limiting the spread of infectious diseases and medical displays are providing safe and efficient tools for healthcare professionals to continue to provide world-class care. Whether you provide software for patients to view their records, relax, and communicate with their health team or you provide the tools for doctors, nurses, and patients to interact, save lives, and be the healthiest version of themselves, it is important to keep in mind the three main objectives that every medical solution should fulfill: sanitation, security, and power. 

About E3 Displays

You are in the business of saving lives and E3 Displays is in the business of making sure you have the necessary tools to do so. E3 Displays is trusted by the most elite medical professionals around the world to create innovative medical displays and has over a combined 20 years of experience, ORION certification, as well as ISO 9001:2015 and 13485 standards. E3’s innovative solutions provide impact resistance and safety enhancements to deliver the best patient care. E3 displays are designed for longevity and provide high-reliability touch screens for all medical use cases while improving performance, accuracy and efficiency. We have extensive experience in creating medical display solutions that meet optical specifications and custom touch panel features with custom chassis and computing solutions. At E3 Displays, we can help you create the next medical display innovation.

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MILITARY

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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industrys standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industrys standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.

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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text.

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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text.

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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text.

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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text.

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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text.

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MEDICAL

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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industrys standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industrys standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.

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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text.

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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text.

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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text.

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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text.

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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text.

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