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Baanto’s ShadowSense™ NVIS Compliant Touchscreen Solution

NVIS devices offer unique challenges, both in their design and their operation. Baanto’s ShadowSense™ NVIS compatible touchscreen monitors have been designed and developed to overcome the challenges inherent with the use of modern NVIS devices.

Baanto Announces 27-inch Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) Compliant ShadowSense™ Touchscreen Samples for High-Performance Military Applications

MISSISSAUGA, ON, March 8, 2022 – Baanto is pleased to announce that they are now shipping demonstrator samples of a 27-inch ShadowSense touchscreen that complies with MIL-STD-3009 NVIS requirements. Night Vision Imagining Systems are invaluable in a broad range of military applications to ensure that operators can execute missions regardless of ambient light levels. However, traditional touchscreen …

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Baanto's blog post on military touchscreen challenges

Military Touchscreen Challenges

Even under the umbrella of the military, there is a multitude of sub-environments that offer unique challenges over and above the broader ones. Military Touchscreens When it comes to military environments, one issue arises repeatedly; viewability. The need to have the maximum clarity and purest blacks is often a key demand. So how does this …

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Baanto Announces ShadowSense Slim product family – the thinnest ShadowSense based sensors for 15” – 31.5” high performance touch applications yet.

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada; (date) Baanto is pleased to announce the launch of a comprehensive line-up of products designed specifically for mid-sized touch display markets. This family incorporates our patented ShadowSense sensor technology using our thinnest bezel yet, starting at 3.2mm, and without compromising on any of the unique performance characteristics that the technology is known …

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Baanto Announces Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) Compliant solution for ShadowSense™ Touchscreens used in Military, Emergency Services and Ruggedised Systems

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada; February 17, 2021 – Baanto is pleased to announce that it is now supporting custom ShadowSense touchscreen hardware designs for the military, emergency services and ruggedized market that are compliant with MIL-STD-3009 NVIS and “Black” NVIS. Night Vision Imagining Systems have become invaluable in a broad range of areas that include military, …

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Touch Screens Flying High

Cockpits have traditionally been filled to the brim with dials, controls, switches and gauges to manage in-flight operations. Today’s cockpits are a little more streamlined, and touchscreen avionics solutions are making it happen. The “glass cockpits” of today give pilots easy access to all flight-critical controls with the touch of a finger. Operational information is …

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Canadian Company Signs International Deal with L-3 Display Systems to Supply Touch Technology for Avionics Display

MISSISSAUGA, ON, October 28, 2015 – Baanto™ International Ltd., the innovators and makers of ShadowSense™ touch technology, announced today that they have signed a teaming agreement with L-3 Display Systems (L-3 DS), a worldwide leader in avionics displays, to develop ShadowSense-powered touchscreens for their military and commercial aircraft display systems. The agreement establishes a relationship that …

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Touchscreen Trends Take to the Sky

As aviation technology continues to evolve, so do the ways pilots interact with aircraft and how passengers experience the flight.  For pilots, the flight deck is where all of the flight-critical information and applications are controlled via an array of knobs, gauges, indicators, instruments, and displays that are crucial for navigation. However, as flight technology …

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