Connected Surfaces in Joyville

 

 

The TableTop connected surface software was showcased by Kraft Foods as part of the opening of their high technology confectionery Centre of Excellence facility in Ringwood in February 2013. Ted Bailleu (VIC Premier) opened the Ringwood Centre with Rebecca Dee-Bradbury (Kraft President Developed Markets, Asia Pacific).

 

 

 

 

The TableTop technology will provide Kraft with leading connected interactive surface technology which connects any interactive surface for seamless sharing of content and collaboration across a room or the world.
 

The new Kraft Centre of Excellence will utilise the latest available technologies from the Smart Services CRC as a way of staying ahead of the global competition through innovation. They will be using TableTop as part of their product development research into what consumers want replacing their old paper-based methods. See how Kraft Foods explain how they are going to use TableTop technology http://youtu.be/R4EmWUUVYC4
 

See the Kraft Food Centre launch with a Fleeting glance of TableTop connected surface software in use! Channel 9 news
http://ninem.sn/m3QR6Bm

 

 

See more about on TableTop features http://youtu.be/hcxwfTPAqoE

 

 

TableTop has been developed by the Smart Services CRC with the University of Sydney.

For further information or demonstrations please contact.

 

Dr Anthony Collins

Product Leader – Interactive surfaces

Smart Services CRC, Australia
P: +61 433 319 116
E: anthony.collins@smartservicescrc.com.au