Zytronic announces further extension of R&D team2 min read
Zytronic, the leading designer and manufacturer of Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT™) based touch sensors for self-service, digital signage, gaming and industrial use, has extended its in-house research and development capabilities with the recruitment of two additional engineers. Colm Mulvey (Software Engineer) and Liren Bian (Electronic Engineer) further strengthen the company’s ability to design and develop new touch technologies and support its global customer base.
Colm Mulvey has over twenty years software development experience gained within the aerospace and embedded telecoms fields. This has resulted in familiarity with leading embedded operating systems and microcontrollers. He holds a BSc Eng (Hons) from the University of Dublin.
Liren Bian completed his BEng (Hons) in Electrical & Electronic Engineering at the University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne, where he received the Dean’s Award of the University as well as the third prize in the IET Final Year project competition. His work experience includes three years of embedded software and firmware engineering.
Zytronic’s technical director, Dr. Andrew Morrison, said: “Zytronic was a pioneer in the development of projected capacitive touch technology. We continue to drive PCT forward, for example with our latest large format multitouch products, and have other exciting new developments in the pipeline. The addition of Colm and Liren brings further experience to our team of highly skilled electronic and software engineers and will enable us to support existing customers and exciting new projects alike.”
Zytronic designs and manufactures a range of technologies that optimise the performance of electronic display applications. The company’s principle products include award-winning touch sensor technologies, optical filters for enhanced performance and protection, and special filters to minimise electromagnetic emissions. In addition, the company can offer complex shaped glass composites for specialised applications.
Zytronic products are used in electronic displays for information kiosks, web phones, ATMs and gaming machines, as well as by military, computer, telecommunications, medical and lighting OEMs, and are available from its network of worldwide distributors.
The company has its headquarters and state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Blaydon, Tyne & Wear in the UK. In addition to ISO-approved manufacturing, these facilities are home to Zytronic’s team of lamination, material science and electronics specialists who are responsible for ongoing product development in composite technology.
For more company information, visit Zytronic’s web site at www.zytronic.co.uk