AIYOS fully comply with TUV SUD testing

full-load radiation test under standard: EN 55032:2015/A11:2020 regulations

Testing mode:

For VGA out, connected the flat panel monitor (model: E1913Sc) from EMC test lab.
For HDMI out, connected the LED TV (model: ODL 43850UC-TIB) from EMC test lab.
For Audio port, connected the earphone with MIC from EMC test lab.
For HDMI out mode and USB Playing mode, using the HDMI cable and USB flash disk from the applicant.
For above 1GHz Radiated Emission test, which was not tested according to the applicant’s req

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AIYOS obtains HDMI certification

We are pleased to announce that Aiyos has successfully obtained the HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) certification authorization. As one of the world's leading digital interface standards, HDMI certification will bring unlimited opportunities and excellent competitiveness to Aiyos.

By obtaining HDMI certification, Aiyos has once again demonstrated its outstanding strength in the field of technology and its determination to provide users with top-level products. This certification means multiple benefits for Aiyos, including:

1. High-quality audio-visual experience: HDMI certification guarantees the reliability and stability of Aiyos products in transmitting high-definition video and audio signals. Users can enjoy a more realistic and vivid visual and auditory experience.

2. Wide compatibility: As an industry-recognized digital interface standard, HDMI makes the connection between Aiyos products and other devices (such as TV, projector, audio, etc.) easier and smoother. Users can easily connect and use various devices.

3. Technological innovation: Obtaining HDMI certification further proves Aiyos' leadership in technological innovation. The company will continue to be committed to promoting the development of high-definition audio-visual technology and bringing more innovative products and solutions to users.


Excellent product of AIYOS:







We believe that by obtaining HDMI certification, Aiyos will further strengthen its market position and win the trust and love of users. We look forward to witnessing the revolutionary changes brought by Aiyos in the field of high-definition audio-visual.

Digital signage drives retail sales

Digital signage is quickly becoming more common in retails ranging in size from one location mom and pop stores to massive chains. However, many potential users express doubts on how they can justify the upfront cost of digital signage. How can they measure an ROI with a display?

Measuring ROI in sales

There are a number of ways to measure the return-on-investment for displays if you have well defined objectives such as increasing sales or boosting coupon redemptions. Once you have these objectives in place, you can plan entire campaigns around them with your digital signage.

A primary objective might be increasing overall sales, or sales of a specific product (like a high-margin item or inventory that needs to be moved). One way to measure return on investment could be to run rich media content for a defined period and measure sales over that specific time frame. Sales ROI also may be measured in coupon redemption.

For some companies, traditional mediums such as fliers might not be as effective as they used to be, so digital signage can help boost overall customer awareness on products, specials, coupons, loyalty programs and other information.

AI, personalization to drive digital signage future trends

Digital signage vendors are constantly innovating and testing new tools, ranging from AI to dynamic content to responsive touchscreens. Keeping up with these trends is absolutely key to ensure your digital signage is effective.

As digital signage continually becomes more responsive and dynamic, it will become even more important to stay up-to-date on these trends to avoid falling behind the competition. The current big trends of 2019 include AI, omnichannel and personalization.

In order to learn more about these trends and what's on the horizon for the future, Digital Signage Today spoke with Chris Devlin, president of digital signage software vendor Omnivex to get his perspective.

  1. What would you say are the top three biggest trends in digital signage?
  2. As a software vendor we'll stay away from some of the hardware changes like System-on-Chip, and flexible or uniquely shaped screen formats. The biggest trends we are seeing include:

Autonomy / Artificial Intelligence — We hear about AI all the time, but in digital signage it is vital to have a screen adapt and respond appropriately to changing conditions. Automating changes to content, data or instructions that are displayed based on other systems such as analytics, content management or IoT devices are all part of this AI revolution. Digital signage is one of the most visible aspects of this.

Omnichannel — It is a buzzword that has been present for a long time. Now the seamless integration of content across devices and mediums is not just an idea it is very real. We are seeing organizations move away from bespoke applications to focusing more on truly integrating their systems and marketing across all digital mediums. Phones, email, digital signage and of course traditional physical assets and environments are key to customer experience, and that customer experience is at the leading edge of digital transformation.

Personalization — We talk about personalization and customer experience all the time. It is the panacea. We can achieve it through information based applications like digital signage.  Whether information is used to speak directly to the customer through a web based phone app or in a digital signage application to display relevant content to an individual or group it is still based on the same connection to data/information. That connection to make things more personal is moving at a rapid pace across all industries.

Q.How does digital signage fit into the bigger trend of improved digital communications?

  1. It is critical.  If you think about what we can control that a user sees — it's the digital screen (signage). Most information can be delivered over a screen.  The key is bringing in relevant information and content to the screens/applications you build for them. Good digital signage software connects to existing systems and lets you leverage that data for multiple purposes and multiple applications. With these tools you can make dashboards, measure productivity, connect to the outside world through IoT devices or third party services and use any of that as either subject matter or as sources of information to change content. 
  2. What do you see as the biggest future trend for digital signage?
  3. We believe digital signage will become as ubiquitous as lighting (in non residential applications). Think about any building you walk into; you need information.  There is no doubt that the information you need should be digitally provided. It can be changed more quickly, it can serve multiple purposes and it is smart in that the software can be tied into every other system in that public space. So hospitals, airports, offices, stadiums, malls, plants, any place that people go in volume, we will see digital signage as ubiquitous as lighting is today. People are expecting more digital engagement in every aspect of their life.  We've always known that in order to make good choices people need good information.  Digital signage is the best medium for all of those facilities to inform their audience because it is the only display that they completely control.  

Aiyos production workshop upgrad to dust-free workshop for higher quality

For optical construction products, dust is one of its biggest enemies. A little bit of dust can have a huge impact on this product. Therefore, the dust-free workshop is necessary for the production of high-grade optical construction products.
Recently, Aiyos production workshop is about to be upgraded to a dust-free workshop. This workshop requires a clean atmosphere and stable temperature and humidity to ensure that products can be produced in a good environment. The dust-free purification workshop uses HEPA and ULPA to filter 99.97~99.9995% of the dust in the air. However, during the production process, the machine may generate dust, so it is necessary to discharge the dust outside the room with a flow of 0.25~0.5m/s.
The following is a photo of the Aiyos production workshop. Welcome to visit our production workshop.

Touchscreens or Human Machine Interface (HMI)

Call it an effort of human mind or a miracle from human heart. But this is all happening with technology. We land in an era where everything that can be possibly thought, can also be practically put into. And that too quite reasonably..!! Just move the hand or walk your fingers over a thing and it works. Yes, it is the interactive gesture based technology I am talking about.

Fig. 1: Pictorial Representation of Touch Screen Technology

What is Touch Screen Technology?

Touchscreen technology is the direct manipulation type gesture based technology. Direct manipulation is the ability to manipulate digital world inside a screen without the use of command-line-commands. A device which works on touchscreen technology is coined as Touchscreen. A touchscreen is an electronic visual display capable of ‘detecting’ and effectively ‘locating’ a touch over its display area. It is sensitive to the touch of a human finger, hand, pointed finger nail and passive objects like stylus. Users can simply move things on the screen, scroll them, make them bigger and many more.


Hailing the History..!!

The first ever touchscreen was developed by E.A Johnson at the Royal Radar Establishment, Malvern, UK in the late 1960s. Evidently, the first touchscreen was a capacitive type; the one widely used in smart phones nowadays. In 1971, a milestone to touchscreen technology was developed by Doctor Sam Hurst, an instructor at the University of Kentucky Research   Foundation. It was a touch sensor named ‘Elograph’. Later in 1974, Hurst in association with his company Elographics came up with the first real touchscreen featuring a transparent surface. In 1977, Elographics developed and patented a resistive touchscreen technology, one of the most popular touchscreen technologies in use today.


Ever since then, touchscreen displays are widely used in computers, user interactive machines, public kiosks, point of sale applications, gaming consoles, PDAs, smartphones, tablets, etc.

Types of Touchscreen Technology

Let us now give an engineer’s eye to this revolutionary technology. A touchscreen is a 2 dimensional sensing device made of 2 sheets of material separated by spacers. There are four main touchscreen technologies:

1)      Resistive

2)      Capacitive

3)      Surface Acoustic Wave

4)      Infrared


  1. Resistive Touchscreen Technology

The resistive touchscreen consists of a flexible top layer made of Polyethylene (PET) and a rigid bottom layer made of glass. Both the layers are coated with a conducting compound called Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) and then spaced with spacers. While the monitor is operational, an electric current flows between the two layers. When a touch is made, the flexible screen presses down and touches the bottom layer. A change in electrical current is hence detected and the coordinates of the point of touch is calculated by the controller and parsed into readable signals for the operating system to react accordingly.   

Fig. 2: Graphical Presentation Explaining Resistive Touchscreen Technology

Some of the popular devices that use Resistive Touchscreen are Nintendo DS, Nokia N97, HTC Touch Pro2, HTC Tattoo, Sony Ericsson Satio, etc.


These systems transmit only 75% of light from the monitor. The resistive touchscreen is further divided into 4-, 5-, 6-, 7- and 8-wired resistive touchscreen. While the constructive design of all these modules is similar there is a major distinction in each of its method to determine the coordinates of touch.


The Four-wire Resistive Touchscreen uses both the layers to calculate the axes information of the touch. Touch measurement in the 4-wire is a 2 step process. The x-coordinate of the touch point is calculated by creating a voltage gradient on the flexible layer, and the y-coordinate is determined by creating a voltage gradient along the bottom layer.


Pros and Cons: Consequently, the 4-wire resistive touchscreen is less durable, feebly accurate and can drift with environmental changes. However these negatives are divulged only with large-sized touchscreen. These are relatively cheap, easily available and consume low power.


The Eight-wire Resistive Touchscreen is simply a variation of the 4-wire one with the addition of 4 sense wires, two for each layer. The sensing points aid in reducing the environmental drift to increase the stability of the system. The 8-wire systems are employed in sizes of 10.4” or larger where the drift can be significant.


The Five-wire Resistive Touchscreen do not uses the coversheet (flexible layer) in determining the touch coordinate. All the position sensing is employed on the stable glass layer. In this design, one wire goes to the coversheet and four wires are deployed to the four corners of the bottom sheet. The coversheet only acts as a voltage measuring probe. The functioning of the touchscreen remains unscathed even with changes in the uniformity of the conductive coating over the coversheet.


Pros and Cons: Highly durable, accurate and reliable. This technology involves complex electronics and is expensive. However, it can be used in sizes upto 22”.


The Six and Seven wire resistive touchscreen is also a variant to the 5 and 4 wire technology respectively. In the 6-wire resistive touchscreen an extra ground layer is added behind the glass plate which is said to improve system’s performance. While, the seven–wire variant has two sense lines on the bottom plate. However, these technologies are as prevalent as their counterparts.


The Resistive Touchscreen works well with almost any stylus-like object.


Type2: Capacitive

  1. Capacitive Touchscreen Technology

The Capacitive Touchscreen Technology is the most popular and durable touchscreen technology used all over the world at most. It consists of a glass panel coated with a capacitive (conductive) material Indium Tin Oxide (ITO). The capacitive systems transmit almost 90% of light from the monitor. Some of the devices using capacitive touchscreen are Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Samsung Galaxy SII, Apple’s iPad. There are various capacitive technologies available as explained below.


Surface-Capacitive screens, in this technique only one side of the insulator is coated with a conducting layer. While the monitor is operational, a uniform electrostatic field is formed over the conductive layer. Whenever, a human finger touches the screen, conduction of electric charges occurs over the uncoated layer which results in the formation of a dynamic capacitor. The computer or the controller then detects the position of touch by measuring the change in capacitance at the four corners of the screen.


Pros and Cons: The surface capacitive touchscreen is moderately durable and needs calibration during manufacture. Since a conductive material is required to operate this screen, passive stylus cannot be used for surface capacitive touchscreen.

Fig. 3: Diagrammatic Presentation of Capacitive Touchscreen Technology

In the Projected-Capacitive Touchscreen Technology, the conductive ITO layer is etched to form a grid of multiple horizontal and vertical electrodes. It involves sensing along both the X and Y axis using clearly etched ITO pattern.

Fig. 4: Conductive ITO Layer Sensing Along X and Y Axis

The projective screen contains a sensor at every intersection of the row and column, thereby increasing the accuracy of the system. There are two types of projected capacitive touchscreen: Mutual Capacitance and Self Capacitance


Type3: Surface Acoustic

  1. Surface Acoustic Wave Touchscreen technology

The Surface Acoustic Wave Touchscreen technology contains two transducers (transmitting and receiving) placed along the X-axis and Y-axis of the monitor’s glass plate along with some reflectors. The waves propagate across the glass and are reflected back to the sensors.  When the screen is touched, the waves are absorbed and a touch is detected at that point. These reflectors reflect all electrical signals sent from one transducer to another. This technology provides excellent throughput and image clarity.

Pros and Cons: 100% clarity is obtained as no metallic layers are present on the screen, it can be operated using passive devices like stylus, glove or finger nail. Screen can get contaminated with much exposure to dirt, oil which may haunt its smooth functioning.

Fig. 5: Surface Acousitc Wave Touchscreen Technology

Type4: Infrared

  1. Infrared Touchscreen Technology

In the Infrared Touchscreen Technology, an array of X- and Y- axes are fitted with pairs of IR Leds and photo detectors. The photo detectors detect any change in the pattern of light emitted by the Leds whenever the user touches the monitor/screen.

Fig. 6: Graphical Presentation of Infrared Touchscreen Technology

The starred assets..!!

The potential novice touchscreen technology has many advantages over the conventional QWERTY keyboard and monitor. It is very flexible as opposed to its physical counterparts since the digital displays can be configured anytime at will of the user as per the functionalities. Touchscreen allows users to customize the interface for example alteration of language and size. By adjusting the size of the keyboard, user can utilize the spare area for display and other uses. With the decreasing size of computers and tablets these days, touchscreen is an added advantage. Multiple functions has to be performed on a small screen, touchscreen allows switching to a function at user’s will. For example, virtual keyboard which is an application of touchscreen is displayed on the screen only when the user allows it to be.


However, there is also the other side of the coin where there some functionality which cannot be performed using a regular touchscreen like cut-and-paste, right click menu options, drop-down menus.  


Plural Technology

The Plural Touch Technology..!!

The plural touch technology or the Multi touch is a variant of the touchscreen technology which can detect two or more touches over its display area at the same time. Some of the common functionalities that require multitouch interface are zooming in, zooming out, rotating objects, panning through a document, virtual keyboard, etc. Multi touch Applications  technology are found in smart phones like iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, Nokia N8, Nexus S, Microsoft Touchtable, Apple’s iPad and many more.


Apple iPhone: ‘Multitouch’ now is a trademark by Apple who rightly proved it with a bang with the first most successful multitouch device ever; the iPhone. The first iPhone was unveiled on January 9, 2007. iPhone is no less than a revolution in the touchscreen industry with its maestro functionalities and applications. It uses Mutual Capacitance Technology as its touchscreen. The capacitive touchscreen can only be operated by bare finger or multiple fingers for multi touch.   


Microsoft Surface: is a multi touch product from Microsoft that allows multiple users to manipulate digital content through surface computing. The main feature of this product is its Surface’s interface: Direct interaction, multi-touch contact, object recognition and multi-user experience. It is not based on and limited by the conventional touch technology. The surface utilizes Frustrated Total Internal Reflection and underneath projectors for its display operation. It is indeed a milestone in the multi-touch scenario.


AIYOS-Summer Trip — 2017

Our company organize a 2 days+1 night QingYuan Rafting Travel in August.
On the morning of 12th,August, all stuff departured together and came to the famous tourist city - Qingyuan.
The first stop, we arrived at the Qingyuan virgin forest area, NiuYuZhui Scenic Area.

At night, we came to the QingQuanWan Resort to enjoy the hot springs, washed away a day of tired.

On 13th August, the most excited sports coming-HuangTengXia Rafting. Everybody playing happy in the cool spring water!

In this short 2 days, we feel close to each other and realize how important for a Teamwork, looking forward to the next trip!

CeBIT Exhibition

We successfully supported the CeBIT exhibition held in Hanover, Germany in 2017, booth: Hall 17 G05-1-4; We had in-depth and free conversations with both old and new customers. We believe that AIYOS will provide you with higher quality products at the most competitive price, and we ensure that you "collaborate with AIYOS to profit from your resources". Some of our photos during CeBIT are as follows, and we hope to keep in touch with you.

AIYOS fully comply with TUV SUD testing

full-load radiation test under standard: EN 55032:2015/A11:2020 regulations

Testing mode:

For VGA out, connected the flat panel monitor (model: E1913Sc) from EMC test lab.
For HDMI out, connected the LED TV (model: ODL 43850UC-TIB) from EMC test lab.
For Audio port, connected the earphone with MIC from EMC test lab.
For HDMI out mode and USB Playing mode, using the HDMI cable and USB flash disk from the applicant.
For above 1GHz Radiated Emission test, which was not tested according to the applicant’s req

AIYOS celebrates its 19th anniversary with a trip to Xunliao Bay

The AIYOS company recently celebrated its 19th anniversary with a fun and exciting team building trip to Xunliao Bay in Huizhou. The event was organized to promote teamwork, communication, and collaboration among all of the company’semployees.

Over two days, the AIYOS staff participated in various outdoor activities such as mountain off-road, kayaking, and beach barbecue. These activities not only provided an opportunity for everyone to bond but also allowed them to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Xunliao Bay.

In addition to the outdoor activities, AIYOS also organizes several outdoor team-building games that focus on helping employees learn more about each other and work better together as a team.

“We wanted this trip to be an unforgettable experience for our staff,” said AIYOS CEO Kevin Gao. “We believe that by creating strong relationships and promoting teamwork within our organization we can achieve even greater success.”

The event was a huge success, with all employees enjoying themselves while also developing stronger bonds with their colleagues. The team building trip demonstrated AIYOS commitment to creating a positive work culture that values collaboration and teamwork.

Overall, the event was an excellent way for AIYOS to celebrate their 19th anniversary while also investing in their employees’professional growth and development.

Aiyos Dragon Boat Festival Activities — 2023

Date: June 20, 2023

For AIYOS company, employee welfare and teamwork has always been one of the most important concerns.

To celebrate the traditional festival, aiyos company organized a series of special activities, and carefully prepared rice dumpling gift boxes as special gifts for employees. This small gesture not only makes employees feel the warm atmosphere of the festival, but also reflects the company's emphasis on every employee.

AIYOS continues HDMI Adopter for the 5th year