Military Intelligence Museum WW1 exhibit installed

This month has seen the much anticipated installation of an interactive exhibit at the Military Intelligence Museum in Bedfordshire.

The exhibit combines a flexible display space and digital exhibit which has been designed to have a lifecycle of a minimum of eight years. During this time it will interpret the role that military intelligence played during the years of the First World War and its aftermath, from 1914 to 1922.

The theme of the exhibit will change every year, starting with the birth of the Military Intelligence Corps and going on to cover topics including espionage, counter-espionage, the frontline, signals intelligence and aerial photography.

As the display of physical objects changes, so new content will be added to the digital exhibit over time, presenting a comprehensive history of military intelligence during WW1.

Keep your touch screen clean

A clean screen on your touch screen exhibit will help ensure your visitors’ experience is a great one and make it easier to maintain and prolong the life of your equipment.

An IR (Infra Red) or SAW (Surface Acoustic Wave) touch screen has its “send” and “receive” sensors at the top, bottom and sides of the screen. These can become blocked if dust and debris build up which in turn might make them less effective or even stop working entirely.

We recommend using an air duster to blow out the dust and debris quickly and easily.  Importantly, it does so without wiping dust into the sides and corners of the screen as is so easy to do when using a cloth.