From Mechanical HMIs to Touch: Old vs New Technology

Category

Online Events

Date:

Thu, August 30, 2018

Admission:

free

Description:

As resistive and capacitive touch technologies have become more cost effective with far greater performance, these high-tech HMI designs have become more widespread across all industries from consumer products, to medical, and even military applications. Manufacturers continue to phase out the legacy dome and tactile switches with higher reliability touchscreens that offer far superior flexibility, fewer moving parts, and the ability to downsize and consolidate system components.

However, this brings a new and unique set of program concerns such as integration, firmware development, obsolesce/material risk, and most importantly understanding what technology works best for the right application.

This webinar will review the technology behind today's touchscreen products and the steps necessary to bring next-generation products to market.

Url:

http://www.epectec.com/webinar/08-30-2018/from-mechanical-hmis-to-touch-old-vs-new-technology.html

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