Bayer Pharmaceutical via Net-Paper


Touch Screens for Diabetes Professional Conference Glasgow and The British Endocrine Society Conference in Harrogate International Centre.


Pictures are two of the touch screen kiosks that we are delighted to have supplied for the impressive Bayer Pharmaceutical stand at the Diabetes Professional Conference in Glasgow. The pods and dynamic software application will also make an appearance in Harrogate for the second leg of their mini tour at the British Society for Endocrinology Annual Conference between the 16th and 19th March.


The amazing software application that allows visitors to glide through the pages of Bayer's Diabetes and Erectile Dysfunction related medical information documents has been created by creative design experts Net-Paper who were our clients on this occasion.


The kiosks look the part on Bayer's mighty and impressive exhibition stand and the level of touch screen interactivity provided for this application by the team from Net-Paper is maximised by touching, sliding, dragging and dropping; making great use of the touch screen's abilities.

Other technology that Net-Paper neatly incorporated into the application was giving visitors
the ability to order copies for themselves by selecting for them to be emailed post event.


Net-Paper is one of the UK's leading providers of on-line magazine style publications and brochures and is currently populating their Net-Paper website.

We hope that this type of content will proliferate for use on touch screens kiosks at exhibitions. It's ease of use coupled with the benefits of the ability for the same content to be hosted on-line make this a great application for exhibition touch screen pods and kiosks.


Technologies used:

Net-Paper, Flash, HTML, Wi-Fi access


Collaboration with


Touchpro Media Pods on the impressive Bayer Pharmaceutical stand


Pod software was the creation by Net-Paper Ltd

Screenshot of the software in action.


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