August 20, 2015
If you are an embedded software engineer and looking for a new challenge, check out this job posting. Join our development team in Finland (Espoo) and work with the world’s brightest experts on haptic technology.
March 26, 2015
Apple’s recent announcement of the new Mac track pad is good news for Aito and the haptic user interface community. If Apple’s track record of changing user interface paradigms holds true also this time, we could see a lot more implementations of genuine haptic touch controls in many products soon. Here is why we believe Apple’s new development will be setting a big trend:
March 9, 2015
Aito’s products will be on display at the upcoming VDA Technical Congress in Filderstadt (Germany), 19th and 20th of Match. We will demonstrate Aito’s revolutionary Haptic Touch Technology to prospective customers in the automotive industry. As an Open Innovation Partner, you will find us at the booth of Flextronics.
Feel free to approach us for a meeting, or for more details of this event.
February 4, 2015
Aito’s products will be on display at the upcoming Embedded World show in Nürnberg. From 24th to 26th of February, our partner EBV will demonstrate Aito's revolutionary Haptic Touch Technology to prospective customers. We will be present as well, so feel free to approach us for a meeting.
January 27, 2015
The kitchen sink Eligo from the Scandinavian company Intra has been awarded with the Interior Innovation Award 2015 by the German Design Council. The novel Eligo is equipped with three seamless piezo touch keys having dedicated functions such as controlling the strainer and a safety overflow valve for the dishwasher. Aito is happy to congratulate the whole Intra Team!
December 17, 2014
Aito BV, the leader in software enhanced piezo (SEP) touch control technology, today announced its ATH220 and ATH222 AitoHapticTouch Controllers, extending its established portfolio of touch control devices with parts that add localized haptic feedback. With these new devices, it is now possible to sense the touch of a finger on a flat panel surface and immediately confirm operation with a physical sensation created by haptic vibration. By using the same piezo element for both touch and feedback, the user is able to ‘feel’ the location of the touch switch.