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PostPosted: Thu Mar 02, 2006 3:08 pm 
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QSI Graphic Touch Screen Terminal Used for Conference Room Scheduling.

Salt Lake City, Utah. 10 October 2005. QSI Corporation, manufacturer of rugged operator interface and mobile data terminals, has created a company-wide, conference room scheduling application using Qlarityô to run on the QTERM-G75 touch screen terminal. This color, graphic touch screen terminal makes scheduling meetings, reserving conference rooms and notifying attendees via email very simple.

"As with many companies, scheduling meetings, alerting attendees and reserving the conference room can be a arduous job," said Todd Christensen, Director of Marketing for QSI Corporation. "By creating a Qlarity scheduling application to run on our QTERM-G75, we have demonstrated how our products can easily be a practical solution to everyday office challenges."

The QTERM-G75 terminal is mounted on the wall next to the conference room and is attached to the company network via the optional Ethernet port. Scheduling a meeting is done on the touch screen terminal or using a PC application called Virtual Qlarityô. Virtual Qlarity establishes a link between a PC and the QTERM-G75 so the user can see what is displayed on the terminal, as well as schedule and modify meetings. The terminal stores a list of meetings and initiates an email notifying attendees prior to the start of the meeting.

QSI's QTERM-G75 is a rugged, Ethernet-enabled graphic terminal using a touch screen to interface with the user. This rugged terminal features a robust list of industrial-grade hardware features and options including a 640?480 lighted, TFT color graphic LCD display; 100Base-T Ethernet with TCP/IP support; touch screen with optional PS/2 keyboard connection; EIA-232, -422 or -485 serial interface; and 8 Mbytes Flash / 32 Mbytes RAM. The QTERM-G75 graphic terminal is ruggedized for use in harsh industrial environments and is NEMA-4 rated and CE certified.

The QTERM-G75 uses an object-based graphic terminal programming language called Qlarityô (pronounced Clarity). Designing a simple control panel interface or a complete stand-alone application has never been easier. The ability to use pre-defined objects, edit existing objects or author your own objects, provides flexibility to the novice and expert alike. Qlarity Foundryô, a PC-based design tool, provides a WindowsÆ environment for screen creation, application simulation, debugging and downloading to the QTERM-G75 terminal. To learn more about Qlarity, visit

QSI Corporation has published a detailed case study on our conference room scheduling application. To read the case study, download related files and view screen shots, visit To learn more about the QTERM-G75, visit Graphic images of the QTERM-G75 can be downloaded from

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