Advantech’s iService Touch Computer Features Multi-touch Applications and NFC Payment Support - From the Advantech Intelligent Planet & Internet of Things Expo

Advantech, a leading service and solution provider, announced at the Intelligent Planet & Internet of Things Expo, that its UTC and HIT series of touch computers and infotainment terminals includes the latest multi-touch technology, near field communications (NFC), and integrated payment systems. HIT-W121, HIT-W151, and HIT-W181 infotainment terminals with full-flat displays ranging from 12” ~ 18”, have eye-catching designs, provide a natural viewing experience and feature projective capacitive touchscreen (PCT) panels running Windows 7, Linux or Android operating systems. UTC-515 and UTC-521 Ubiquitous Touch Computers, powered by high performing, dual-core Intel® Atom™ D510 processors, provide interactive user experiences while consuming low-power with quiet, fanless operation. Ready as integrated payment POS devices and with NFC-capable RFID inputs, they accept transaction requests from Android, Symbian and other smart phones, seamlessly integrating with applications like Google Wallet. They offer stylish solutions for displays in public spaces, hotel lobbies, and can be found in airports, restaurants, theme parks, hotels, and more.

Multi-Touch Technology with High Durability Affords a Better User Experience
PCT touch is a fast-response, highly sensitive, multi-touch technology. It allows intuitive interactive use, with two fingers supporting zoom, flick, and rotate functions. Light transmission is excellent (up to 90%), and the Advantech iServices Touch Computers full-flat panels use chemically-tempered, 7H-rated panels for better durability. Older technologies are limited to smaller displays; the latest PCT touch technologies allow users to interact with displays from 15.6” and up. This makes the new Advantech displays stellar performers in public spaces and self-service applications. PCT touch is available on systems running Windows 7, Linux and Android operating systems.

Near Field Communication Supports Smartphones in Retail and Self-Service
RFID is built into all UTC and HIT series products, allowing NFC-enabled devices such as an iPhone equipped with Google Wallet to complete transactions with a wave over a contact-less reader. NFC is the industry’s latest trend in integrating payments between consumer handheld devices and backend POS devices. An NFC-ready UTC touch computer is an ideal addition to a food service court looking to offer self-service ordering and interactive menu queries.


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