3M Touch Systems, a subsidiary of 3M, showed the MicroTouch DST, a large-format touchscreen that can respond to human touch, even when static objects are placed on top of it. It’s shown here capturing the image of the photographer shooting it.
5point representatives (from left) Steve Igel, Vickie Harrold and Edward Crowley.
Bernhard Staller (left) and Richard McKay, both with Apollo Display Technologies, shared a laugh during the show. The lamp in McKay’s hand is used to simulate harsh daylight in tests of digital signs.
Steve Schott and Charles Breen were from Comark Corp.
Communication Technology Services brought the effervescent Anne McKnight, Michael Shaub and Kate Sheehy.
Deirdre Frank (left) and James Currey (center) talk to a visitor at the CSS (Corporate Safe Specialists) booth.
From left: Allen Mendenhall, Jeff Bauman and Lora Davis, were from Diebold Premier Services.
Dave Gonsiorowski (left), general manager for Flextronics, flanks the photo kiosk his company helped develop for partner Eastman Kodak, represented at right by Candido Tavarez.
At the Frank Mayer & Associates booth was a kiosk designed to demonstrate Sync, a new service available in certain cars that allows drivers to more easily play digital music.
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Justin Ning and David Ning enjoyed talking about ID Tech.
Safwan Shah is CEO of Infonox.
Kevin Ahnert attended for Innovative Control Systems.
Steven Davis and Carol Beering are with Intelisys Telecom Solutions.
Innovative Office Products brought Joe Tosolt and Dan Meenan.
From left; Jeff Champagne, Dave Kubajak and Dave Elich worked the booth for JCM American.
Sallie Worthington, who works in Manchester, England, for Felix Group, posed with the Max Box, developed with partner KIOSK Information Systems, who sponsored the booth.
Livewire/Kioware president David McCracken (left) chats with a Mike Mulcahy, CEO of ExaDigm.
Jon Weinfeld and David Weinfeld, with W A Media Group, study the technology at Nanonation’s booth.
People took advantage of some chairs to talk to business at the Netkey booth while Maureen Sollitto (background) spoke to a potential customer.
Kiyoshi Hasegawa (left) and Hiroyuki Ikeshima represented PFU Systems.
Panjit Touch Screens’ Todd Winter.
Robert Leiponis, president of Parabit Systems, stood by one of his company’s projects.
Dean Scaros, with Pay-Ease, spoke to visitor Greg Hart from Prospector Holdings.
Pitney Bowes brought (from left) Doug Best, Joe Kloss and Mark Rogers.
Representing Sitekiosk by Provisio was company president Christoph Niehus.
Reality Interactive helped develop software for BMW kiosks.
John St-Pierre, Rich Hoffman, Jeff Metzger and Mike Hersh (left to right) attended from Rhombus Services.
Left to right: Adam Ortleib, John White and Tomohiko Hoshida, from Seiko Instruments.
Stacey Malo, Self Service Networks.
Kevin Harrigan, director of self-service, Source Technologies.
Steven Birenbaum, Fujitsu, talked with Chris Peter at the booth of St. Clair Interactive.
Fred Hoffman (left) with Star Micronics.
John Allen Tharpe, from ExaDigm, talked to Murray MacDonald and Tom Ceh from Storefront.com.
Mark Moody (left) and Jason Barnett from Stratacache.
Megan Morrisey of Telsource Corp. made a quick call while colleague Jennifer Whelan talked to Randy Byrum and John Tippitt, who attended from Autozone to test drive some technology.
Ventus Networks’ Juan C. Palma, tech systems analyst.