Switching to Contactless Touch Solutions

June 2, 2020

Neonode has announced they will be presenting a ground-breaking webinar on Switching to Holographic and other Contactless Touch Solutions for Safer, Germ-free Interaction as an essential first-step toward providing a responsible solution for safe public interaction.

The live webinar will address how the current health crisis has forever altered how we interface with ATMs, Restaurant Kiosks, Elevator buttons and other displays and surfaces that are breeding grounds for pathogens and contaminants. Presenters will offer various solutions, including how Neonode and their technology partners have designed germ-free interactive holographic and other contactless touch products that can easily be designed into new displays, touch-screens and control units, or retrofit existing ones.

The presenters will be Dr. Urban Forrsell, Neonode CEO, Johan Swartz, VP HMI Products, and Joseph Shain, IP and Marketing. During the session, Q&A will be managed by Josefin Johansson, Neonode Support Engineering.Participants will learn to:

  • Design holographic and other contactless solutions
  • Identify key suppliers and products optimized to work together
  • Fast-track prototyping and manufacturing

 

The Live webinar will be held Tuesday, June 23 at: 18:00 CET, 12:00 EST, and 09:00 PST

Registration opens June 1, 2020, at: https://products.neonode.com/us/touch-sensor

For more information on the Live Webinar visit: www.neonode.com 

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