Forfatter: Martin Skjelhaugen

Development, design and manufacturing from A to Z.

ISO 9001:2015 Recertified

This week we’ve had a visit from Nemko, to do our ISO 9001:2015 recertification. We passed it With no deviations! 🙂

Keytouch reseller of iKey-products

We are proud to announce that in addition to developing and building customer specific HMI solutions, Keytouch can now offer the iKey range of keyboard and Rugged Peripherals. iKey is the world leader in the rugged keyboards and computer peripherals, and used everywhere from Air Force One, Oil and gas to hospitals. For over two…
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Erik Jensen leaving us!

We thank you for working With us since 1995. It’s been fun! But we understand it’s time to move on. We wish you Luck in Your New position at Scankab!

Part of Axnes’ new PNG-system

We are proud to announce that Keytouch has, in cooperation with Axnes, developed and delivered the silicone keypad to Axnes’s new PNG-system. An important feature for this product is that it’s 100% waterproof, as it’s supposed to be operated from the rescue-person jumping into the sea! The Pictures shows an installation in a Ukranian UN-helicopter: Read…
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Safe Launch & Recovery

Keytouch have recently developed & delivered prototypes of Henriksen’s new panel for controlling their safety quick release hooks. They are very happy with the product so far. We hope this product will hit the market autumn 2016. Good luck selling it Henriksen!  

Standard Marine panels

We are very happy to announce that Keytouch have recently won a contract for deliveries of large quantities of our Standard Marine panels! The contract includes both QWERTY standalone panel and the QWERTY/Trackball combo panel. Previously, only the combo-variant has been produced, so we are very proud that also the QWERTY panel will be available in…
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Part of ABB’s new solutions

Keytouch is proud to announce that our control panels is part of ABB’s new State-Of-The-Art lab in Helsinki, which is built to demonstrate all ABB’s capabilities within the shipping industry. Read more here