TouchTable

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TouchShare
Private
Industry Software
Founded 2006
Founder Danny Hillis, Jim Benson
Key people
Dan Abutyn, Chairman
Bob Pette, CEO
Jim Benson, CTO
Products TT32 — interactive display
TT55 -- interactive display
TouchShare -- collaboration software compatible with Google Earth and ArcGIS
Website www.touchshare.com

TouchShare (formerly known as TouchTable) is a United States company based in Pasadena that designs, develops and integrates geospatial collaboration solutions that enable teams to visualize, interact, manipulate, and share data from any device, anywhere, to bring clarity to complex situations. The company was founded as a spinoff of Applied Minds in May, 2006.

A TouchTable was featured on CNN's news and political program The Situation Room several times in 2007.[1]

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