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QSI Corporation Press Releases: 2007

( Summaries of past press releases are listed below. Click on the title to view detail )

19 June 2007
QSI Offers a New White Paper Analyzing the Build versus Buy Decision in Regards to Human Machine Interface Terminals.

Salt Lake City, Utah. 19 June 2007. Any manufacturer of complex machines or vehicles that include a human machine interface (HMI) must face a crucial decision: should you build your own human machine interface or should you buy these vital components ready-made or customized from an outside source? QSI Corporation, manufacturer of rugged human machine interface terminals, addresses this import...

22 May 2007
InfiniTouch Exceeds the Limits of Traditional Touch Screen and Offers Complete Freedom in Touch Surface Selection.

Salt Lake City, Utah. 22 May 2007. To address the need for reliable, durable touch panels that can withstand continuous use, abuse, weather elements, harsh and unsecure environments, QSI Corporation today introduces InfiniTouch™, a patent-pending Force Panel Technology™ (www.forcepaneltechnology.com) that enables any semi-rigid material – metal, glass, wood, stone, ceramic, p...

27 March 2007
QSI White Paper Details How to Choose the Best Operator Interface for a Rugged Environment.

Salt Lake City, Utah. 27 March 2007. Choosing the best industrial human-machine interface (HMI) for your application involves knowing your environment and the technologies that are best suited to it. QSI Corporation, manufacturer of rugged operator interface and mobile data terminals, has recently published the white paper, "Operator Interface Buyer's Guide". This free white paper provides reade...

25 January 2007
QSI Custom ADA-compliant Keypad Used by Otis Elevator Company at Seven World Trade Center.

Salt Lake City, Utah. 25 January 2007. QSI Corporation, manufacturer of rugged human-machine interfaces, was selected by Otis Elevator Company, the leading worldwide supplier and maintainer of people-moving equipment, to provide the graphic human-machine interface terminals on Otis' new Compass™ destination entry system in deployment at the Seven World Trade Center building in New York...


 
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