In today's digital world, touchscreen technology has become integral to our daily lives. From smartphones and tablets to interactive kiosks and digital signage, touchscreen devices have revolutionised how we interact with technology and information.

Responsive and Accurate Touch Inputs: Our interactive touchscreens offer highly responsive and accurate touch points. Using advanced technologies such as object recognition and metal mesh PCAP touchscreens, as well as Infrared touch, our systems can detect even the most delicate touch, gesture, and pucks with exceptional precision. This responsiveness ensures an intuitive user experience, whether navigating a webpage, playing a game, or using a touchscreen kiosk as an information hub.

Versatile and Adaptable to Various Applications: Touchscreens are incredibly versatile and adaptable, catering to various applications. From tablets for personal use to industrial control panels and touchscreen kiosk for business and industrial purposes, touchscreens can be tailored to meet the specific needs of different industries and use cases. Their adaptability makes them a go-to for numerous sectors, including healthcare, education, retail, and entertainment.


Touchscreens promote collaboration by enabling multiple users to interact at once, making them ideal for group activities and interactive environments.


Promultis specialise in providing custom touchscreen solutions and bespoke software, ensuring that each one of our client's unique needs are met.


Touchscreens are well-known for their intuitive interfaces, simplifying user interactions by allowing direct and natural touch-based commands.


Touchscreens are very adaptable, as they can be updated as regularly as required with new content making them suitable for a wide range of applications.


Education & SEN: Our Lightning III Touchscreens with built-in UBoardMate Whiteboard Software offer a more efficient and user-friendly way to interact than traditional whiteboards. You can pinch, swipe, or zoom in and out with ease to open or close apps, present slideshows, zoom in and out, and navigate pages. Promote collaboration amongst students and make learning fun!

Healthcare: Touchscreens can increase productivity by allowing tasks to be performed more quickly and efficiently. This is particularly useful in healthcare where speed and accuracy are critical.

Retail: In the retail industry, Touchscreen Totems can provide a more interactive and efficient shopping experience for customers, by acting as information kiosks about products in the store for example.
In bars and restaurants, our UNO 2 Touchscreen Tables have been used to increase brand awareness and visibility, attract new customers by showcasing products and services creatively and interactively, and improve customer engagement, for example, by running interactive games or quizzes, enhancing the customer experience, and displaying menus, specials, prices, and other information about the business, as well as allowing customers to order directly from the table.

Corporate & Business: In the corporate world, our range of Touchscreens can boost productivity in meetings, by allowing interaction.


Projected Capacitive Touch (PCAP): Projected capacitive touch technology is distinguished by its utilisation of an etched electrode pattern on the conductive layer. This electrode pattern comprises both horizontally and vertically etched electrodes, effectively forming a grid-like structure. While various touchscreen technologies employ electrodes to register touch inputs, projected capacitive touchscreens are unique in their grid formation, thanks to the integration of both horizontal and vertical electrodes.

Infrared Touch: The functionality of an infrared touchscreen involves the identification of interruptions in the infrared beams emitted by LEDs integrated into the frame surrounding the touchscreen overlay.

These IR LEDs are organised into two sets, with one generating horizontal beams and the other generating vertical beams, forming a grid of light beams that blankets the overlay's surface. Simultaneously, two rows of light-sensitive receptors are positioned on the opposite side of the LEDs.

When a finger or object makes contact with the surface, it obstructs the path of these light beams. Photoreceptors aligned both horizontally and vertically detect this interruption caused by the object. These photoreceptors then pinpoint the precise x and y coordinates of the touch and transmit this information to the processor, and the appropriate response or action is displayed.


Promultis works with top global brands, offering complete solutions that include Touchscreen Hardware, bespoke software, and worldwide support and installations. Our collaboration ensures a user-friendly and high-quality interactive experience, tailored to the specific needs of brands across various industries.

Take a look at some of our most recent installations below.

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