Is take it this is a screen on a piece of equipment? Equipment usually doesn't need a super high quality screen, lower quality screens are usually resistive(plus they can be used with gloves, makes sense for outside equipment), like a gas station credit card machine. I'd say absolutely no way any bug is activating a resistive screen. Capacitive touch screens, like in decent phones and tablets have capacitive touchscreens. Maybe, MAYBE, a mosquito could activate one of the most sensitive high quality capacitive screens, but why would a piece of equipment need this(won't work with most gloves). Some touchscreen computers use cheaper ir sensing touch screens(rare), I'll concede maybe bugs could register a touch input.What about ,like , ten thousand Mosquitos on steroids. It is Louisiana.
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Three little letters. B.u.g.
So they said the Mosquito's were activating the touch screen. I found this hard to believe.
Has anyone had first hand experience with "bugs" activating a touch screen. We have since put a lock on the screen. It deactivates after a couple seconds of inactivity.