Aito and its partners to showcase the future of interior controls

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Aito and its partners to showcase the future of interior controls

15 September 2015

Faurecia alu part

Aito today announces that its unique HapticTouch controls will be showcased at the 66th Frankfurt Automotive show IAA by its partners Faurecia, one of the world’s largest automotive equipment suppliers, and Flex, a leading supply chain solutions company. For the first time, Aito’s unique touch and haptic feedback technology will make its appearance into innovative car human machine interface concepts.

Aito’s unique HapticTouch controls give new meaning to intuitive and safe operation in cars. It’s the world’s first solution that replaces mechanical buttons in cars without comprising driving safety and while enhancing well-being. Based on the company’s breakthrough piezo sensing technology, Aito’s controls can be seamlessly integrated within any interior material and provide significant size and weight reduction compared to conventional button solutions.

Faurecia (Hall 5.1, B12) showcases an aluminum decorative part with embedded climate controls, developed by Aito. Flex (Hall 3.1, C41) shows several applications developed by Aito, including novel cruise controls on a steering wheel and an ultra slim overhead control unit. These examples highlight the flexibility and possibilities that Aito offers for future interior controls.

Aito’s team will be present at the exhibition. Industry professionals and journalists are welcome to visit Aito’s booth at Hall 3.1, C41 to exchange insights and learn more about the exciting possibilities of HapticTouch.

About Aito
Aito gives new meaning to intuitive and safe operation of electronic devices. The company offers a new category of interface controls that combines touch functionality with haptic feedback in the world’s thinnest form factor. Based in Amsterdam and Helsinki, Aito's breakthrough piezosensing technology is well on its way to change user interfaces of a wide range of appliances, in mobile, home and automotive applications. For more information, visit aito-touch.com.

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