Munich, Germany, 8 January 2008 – Tables are turning digital. Table tops will be replaced by large flat-screen displays with touch-sensitive surfaces, at least if the friendlyway company has its way. The Munich-based company will be presenting its digital table at the Integrated Systems Europe 2008 for the first time. The product is called friendlyway imagine 32. friendlyway (www.friendlyway.com)
The digital table consists of an ultra-brilliant 32-inch TFT flat-screen display, an integrated touch-sensitive screen and an ultra-flat high-performance computer, also incorporated into the table surface. Every friendlyway digital table is preinstalled with special software programmed to meet the requirements of a digital table. Its functions include a touch menu to select predefined websites and the ability to rotate the screen, which is particularly practical for conferences.
Digital tables are useful in a wide variety of scenarios: from performing routine office tasks to giving presentations at conferences, from providing sales advice in retail outlets to supporting creative teamwork in companies. Digital tables are also ideal for providing information to visitors in waiting areas.
The digital table will be presented from January 29 to 31, 2008, on the friendlyway AG exhibition space at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) in Amsterdam, Messestand O111 ausgestellt.
friendlyway is a renowned specialist in the development and marketing of standard software and system solutions for digital advertising displays and interactive kiosk systems. friendlyway’s specially developed technological solutions for advertising have been marketed in Europe, Asia and the US for the past ten years. More than 20,000 friendlyway solutions are currently installed.