Government entities use touch technology on a regular and increasing basis. It's found at the post office. It's found in some voting locations. It might be spotted in a museum or other government building.
Yes, touch technology is everywhere. The only difference resides in its application. At the post office, touch technology usually presents itself in some sort of self-service kiosk. Voting locations, too, use a version of a kiosk in order to facilitate and expedite the voting process. The local courthouse might use an interactive digital display in order to help visitors find their way around the building. In contrast, the history museum might use a similar display to provide visitors with an interactive educational session.
|TouchSystems Government Touch Screen Solutions|
|TE Series||Standard and widescreen touch monitors|
|Innovatouch||Projected capacitive touch screens|
|M and W Series||NEC-integrated standard and widescreen touch monitors|
|SH Series||Professional-grade touch displays with fanless architecture|
|P Series||Professional-grade, 24/7 operation touch displays|
|V Series||Versatile commercial touch displays|
|X Series||Executive-level touch displays|