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Tangio Launches fuZion Hybrid Sensing Technology

Tangio Launches fuZion Hybrid Sensing Technology

VANCOUVER, Canada, November 15th 2018 – Tangio Printed Electronics, a division of Sytek Enterprises Inc., a global leader in Printed Touch Sensing Solutions, today announces the launch of its much anticipated fuZion hybrid sensing technology.

This innovative new touch sensing solution was launched at back-to-back events at the China Hi-Tech Fair in Shenzhen, China and the IDTechEx Show in Santa Clara, USA.

fuZion combines the best features of two highly proven touch technologies, integrating them into a single seamless solution, thereby enabling an entirely new dimension of HMI (Human-Machine-Interface).

Neil Jarvie, Tangio's VP of Business Development stated, "fuZion is unique in that our engineers have developed a single sensor and single electronic interface optimised to deliver the best of Capacitive and Resistive sensing." He continued, "the ability to detect presence and approach combined with variable force will drive the next level of HMI innovation in multiple applications." He concluded, "as the global leader in printed touch sensing technologies, we're delighted to deliver yet another world-class solution to market."

Discover more about fuZion and how it can revolutionise the HMI in your next product here.

About Tangio Printed Electronics

Tangio, the Printed Electronics division of Sytek Enterprises Inc, is a global leader in the design and manufacture of a wide range of standard and custom touch sensing solutions. From simple high-performance "single point" FSR sensors, through to state-of-the-art 3D multi-touch resistive sensors, capacitive sensors, and other novel innovations in printed electronics. Tangio offers unrivalled levels of integration, enabling customers to add value and reduce costs in their supply chain and get new products to market faster. Tangio’s philosophy of “Affordable Innovation” enables OEM’s and Tiers to deploy next generation HMI solutions in their products today. Tangio is a global company headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, with strategically located internal and partner sites in Europe, SE Asia, and India, supporting a rapidly expanding customer base. For more information go to www.tangio.ca

Meet Tangio at the NAMM show 2018

Meet Tangio at the NAMM show 2018

As a leading sensor supplier to the world's instrument makers Tangio will be attending the NAMM show 2018 at the Anaheim Convention Centre, Anaheim, CA, Jan 25-28.

Key members of our team including CEO Robin Jeffries will be available to advise on your next project. We're looking forward to catching-up with our existing customers and sharing our market-leading technologies in expressive touch & force sensing with new prospects. 

Contact us in advance if you'd like to schedule a meeting during the event. 

About Tangio Printed Electronics

Tangio, the Printed Electronics division of Sytek Enterprises Inc, is a global leader in the design and manufacture of a wide range of standard and custom touch sensing solutions. From simple high-performance "single point" FSR sensors, through to state-of-the-art 3D multi-touch resistive sensors, capacitive sensors, and other novel innovations in printed electronics. Tangio offers unrivalled levels of integration, enabling customers to add value and reduce costs in their supply chain and get new products to market faster. Tangio’s philosophy of “Affordable Innovation” enables OEM’s and Tiers to deploy next generation HMI solutions in their products today. Tangio is a global company headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, with strategically located internal and partner sites in Europe, SE Asia, and India, supporting a rapidly expanding customer base. For more information go to www.tangio.ca

Vancouver Sun talks about Sytek & Tangio - Front Page of the Business Section!

Vancouver Sun talks about Sytek & Tangio - Front Page of the Business Section!

It was an exciting day today when the newspaper arrived and we turned to the front page of the Vancouver Sun's Business Section.  There we were, full-page article, photos and video!

"Vancouver electronics company specializes in the strange - Sytek Enterprises will make screen-printed electronics for just about anything"