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FlexTouch Established a Portfolio of Metal Mesh Touch Sensor Design Patterns That Eliminate Moire for Mainstream OLED Displays

San Jose, CA June 30, 2022 –(PR.com)– FlexTouch Technologies Co., Ltd. (“FlexTouch”), a leading provider of metal mesh touch sensors for consumer electronics, automotive, and industrial control devices, today announced that it has established a portfolio of mesh design patterns for mainstream OLED displays that eliminates moire effects.

Laptop computers and tablet devices with OLED touch screen displays are becoming more and more popular. OLED panels provide better image quality, lower power consumption, and ultra-thin structure. In the meantime, metal mesh touch sensors enable premium touch functionality when paired with OLED displays, including more accurate and responsive stylus performance, narrower edge, and foldability. The challenge is that OLED displays with metal mesh touch sensors are prone to moire. Moire is a result of the touch sensor’s patterns superimposing on top of the display panel’s pixel patterns. It is an undesirable effect that impacts product appearance. OLED panels have complex pixel structures, which make it exponentially harder than LCD panels for metal mesh manufacturers to create moire-eliminating designs.

“Consumers are demanding uncompromised touch display performance for their laptop and tablet devices. Based on our industry-leading AI-based self-learning software, and after several months of collaborations with our customers and partners, we completed a portfolio of design patterns optimized for mainstream OLED display panels,” said Esat Yilmaz CTO of FlexTouch, “We are particularly excited that our designs have been validated by our customers, including a major brand name customer. No matter the customer’s panel size or display specifications, FlexTouch has a design pattern optimized for moire elimination. This significantly shortens the design cycle and gives our customer confidence that our design offers the best cosmetic and functional performance in the industry.”

About FlexTouch
FlexTouch is a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative touch sensors enabling touch display devices for consumer electronics, such as mobile phones, tablets, laptops, automotives, and industrial control devices. FlexTouch Technologies was founded in California, with R&D offices in Silicon Valley and manufacturing facilities in Wuzhen, China. For more information, visit https://www.flextouch.com.cn/en/

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FlexTouch
Grant Yang
510-703-8507
Contact via Email
flextouch.com.cn/en

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Omnitronics Has Been Chosen to Supply Omnicore Enterprise Dispatch for the Marine Rescue Services in Western Australia

Perth, Australia June 24, 2022 –(PR.com)– The not-for profit organisation representing 38 member groups with more than 1,400 volunteers, works closely with the Australian Maritime Safety Authority, WA Water Police, and DFES Marine Services to keep mariners along > 20,000km (13,000 miles) of Western Australian coastline safe.

Using a VHF Marine Radio and a network of 38 strategically located marine VHF repeater stations commissioned by both Government and private organisations along the WA Coast, the project connects marine VHF radios to a microphone and a laptop running omnicore Enterprise Dispatch for a user to access those radios.

“The RoIP rollout will result in a much more comprehensive coverage state-wide. This means that distress and urgency calls will be far more likely to be picked up by a marine rescue coast station, resulting in a reduced response time. This will be literally, a life saver! We also feel that boaters will be more likely to log their trips with Marine Rescue if they are confident that there is someone to take their call,” says Ian Beard, Media Officer at Volunteer Marine Rescue WA.

The upgrade comes on the back of feedback from volunteers and the boating public who identified large gaps in radio coverage along the Western Australian Coastline.

Whilst 16 volunteer rescue groups along the coast provide much-needed 24/7 monitoring service to mariners, 7 groups have limited weekend and public holiday-only service, the remaining 15 groups don’t have the volunteer resources to monitor radios at all. In the interest of maritime safety, the organisation aims to provide 24/7/365 monitoring service that covers the entire coastline of Western Australia and surrounding islands including the Indian Ocean Territories, Christmas Island, and the Cocos/Keeling Islands.

Radio over IP technology was selected to increase safety in less populated areas by being able to monitor radio traffic and respond to incidents using available, yet remotely located operators, i.e., in metropolitan Perth.

Additionally, the technology provides volunteers the flexibility to monitor radios from home or other locations in cases when attending the control room is not feasible, simply with a laptop, mic, and an internet connection.

Installation will be commencing early in the second half of 2022, to be completed in time for the Australian 2022/2023 summer season. The official DFES RoIP Project announcement is available here: https://youtu.be/_4mL78HFl2o

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Omnitronics Pty. Ltd.
Tina Mucha
+6189445 6800
Contact via Email
https://www.omnitronicsworld.com

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