FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
VP of Marketing
INNOVATION MANAGEMENT GROUP (IMG)
DELIVERS MY-T-TOUCH TO 2M-Tek
My-T-Touch® To be integrated in 2M-Tek’s Torq-Tek Oil Rig Floor Systems
PASO ROBLES, CA, April 1, 2008 – IMG, the leading supplier of onscreen utilities for pen, tablet, and touch pc based systems, announced today that it has received an initial order from 2M-Tek, Inc. The company will integrate IMG’s My-T-Touch on-screen keyboards into its Torq-Tek Oil Rig Floor Systems.
My-T-Touch simplifies data entry by eliminating the need for an external keyboard. It can be integrated so that keyboards and panels only appear when needed and can be put away when not in use. On a secure network, the keyboard will automatically launch with the login window, so the operator can logon and off as needed. Keys and panels can be customized to control access and sized to permit accurate entry even with large gloved hands. Custom layouts can be created and imported from IMG’s Build-A-Board Tool.
"IMG’s onscreen keyboard utilities are an ideal complement to 2M-Tek’s Rig Floor systems because they provide a built-in data entry point that can be easily integrated into any vertical market application, said Jerry Hussong, IMG’s Vice President of Sales. "When you place a computer in less than ideal environments, external peripherals such as keyboards get damaged, broken or misplaced. They also can’t offer complete operator control, system security, or respond to processes changes over time. IMG’s onscreen keyboards utilities are designed to be embedded in a system, provide complete operator control, and are easily changed or modified to match processes changes."
The My-T-Soft Family (My-Typing-Pen, My-T-Soft or My-T-Touch, and Build-A-Board) offers more than 200 programmable, infinitely sizeable, U.S. and International "3D" onscreen keyboards, with an unlimited number of programmable macro buttons and panels. The main focus of the product line is for use in pen, tablet, and touch pc based systems as an alternative to physical keyboards and membrane panels. The latest release provides full support for Windows 98 thru 7 (including XP Tablet and XP Embedded) platforms (with optional Citrix / MS Terminal Services "thin client"/ Remote Desktop support). Prior releases required different products for different versions.
IMG’s products are written at the Windows kernel or services level, unlike an onscreen keyboard or panel developed in a database, browser, Active-X, Java, or high-level tools such as Visual Basic. This allows IMG to offer complete control over all Windows functions and applications, including ctrl/alt/del, network logons and passwords. Security features allow control over the user input.
OEM, private label, site licenses, and customized versions are available. Additional information and graphics are available at http://www.my-t-touch.com.
About Innovation Management Group
IMG is the primary supplier of programmable U.S. and International onscreen keyboards, button & panel utilities to pen, tablet, and touch pc based systems manufacturers and integrators worldwide. Over 85 percent of IMG’s business is delivered direct by pen, tablet, and touchscreen pc based OEMs in automation, assistive technology, data acquisition, emergency response, fleet/naval GPS, HMI, HVAC, instrumentation, internet appliances, kiosks, machine vision, medical equipment, mobile, military, POS, process control, IR/RF wireless, robotics, simulator, shop floor/MRP, test and measurement, WMS, wearable, and whiteboard systems. To learn more, visit http://www.my-t-touch.com
Many new technologies designed for the Oil & Gas industry are dependent on the use of hydraulic systems and in most cases special equipment has to be invented, designed and manufactured to enable automation of a process to proceed. Taking a fresh approach on an existing problem area, focusing on what could be done to eliminate heavy manual handling or simply improve on the safety aspects are where 2M-Tek excel. Hydraulic engineering is a specialist discipline and the experienced and knowledgeable designers, engineers and innovators at 2M-Tek can often turn a design crisis into an effective and productive solution. To learn more, visit http://www.2m-tek.com/
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