Aito will showcase the latest developments of its breakthrough HapticTouch technology at one of the World’s largest automotive trade shows: The Auto Shanghai. With almost 20 million cars sold in 2015, China represents one of the fastest growing automotive markets.
Aito’s technology helps Chinese OEMs to develop innovative user interface controls much faster than conventional solutions, while at the same time meeting the growing demand for better interior designs.
Aito will showcase the latest developments of its breakthrough HapticTouch technology at two major events in the US. We will start the new year at CES, the world’s biggest consumer electronics show from Jan 5 to 7 in Las Vegas. Then comes Detroit where the North American International Auto Show is held from Jan 8 to 22. To experience the best haptic feedback solution on the market and meet us in person, contact us now to schedule an appointment (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
At this year’s Paris Motor Show, our partner Faurecia demonstrates Aito’s HapticTouch controls as part of their ‘Cockpit of the Future’ concept. Seamless embedded into glass and wood surfaces, the touch controls with haptic feedback replicate the feeling and sensation of pushing a physical button. By eliminating the need for physical buttons, Aito’s unique technology plays a vital role in transforming the driving experience with smart interior surfaces that provide improved safety and well-being in all future driving scenarios.
Flex (NASDAQ: FLEX), the leader in Sketch-to-Scale™ solutions, and Aito, the leader haptic interface technology, have partnered to enhance the automotive user experience by embedding touch sensors with button-like tactile feedback into automotive applications such as overhead consoles, steering wheel controls and other vehicle interior applications.
Aito, the leader in tactile human interface technology, today announced the launch of the world's first HapticTouch controller for automotive applications. With this new device, touch controls that replicate the feeling and sensation of pushing a physical button can be embedded into on any solid material within car interiors. This milestone underscores Aito's leading role in enabling button-free car interiors while at the same time improving driving safety.
If you’re an electronic engineer with automotive experience looking for a new challenge, then check out our job posting Aito Automotive Systems Engineer and join our Dutch team to bring our Haptic Touch Technology to the automotive market.
In this video, our partner Faurecia is promoting the benefits of Aito technology. They are highlighting the use of new interior materials such as aluminium or carbon and the high definition tactile feedback of our solution.
At January 6 to 9, we will be present at the biggest consumer electronics show worldwide, the CES in Las Vegas. For the second year we will showcase our breakthrough haptic touch technology at our partners booth: “The Tactile Experience Zone” inside Texas Instruments Village, Center North Hall. We will show new UI elements as well as demo projects in Automotive and Home Appliances. Come and visit us!