3.1 Creating robust, low-power HMI interfaces for building automation with capacitive touch technology
Touch interfaces are getting widely popular in the building automation space, in e-lock, security, thermostats and other building automation interfaces.
Successful products in the market differentiate themselves predominantly on how users interact with them. In this webinar you will learn how to differentiate your products’ user experience and extend battery life of your existing HMI using CapTIvate touch technology.
In this webinar, we will cover:
· Capacitive touch solutions using button, sliders and wheels;
· How you can leverage years of sensor design techniques to develop noise immune touch solutions;
· How CapTIvate touch solutions from TI can have you designing sensors within minutes.
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