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Human Machine Interface

Rugged 10.1-in industrial-grade monitors

Suitable for use industry, military, marine, transportation, security/surveillance, aviation and inspection applications

High-speed deposition process outperforms current techniques for making displays

Spatial atomic layer deposition can deliver semiconductor layers with better performance than physical vapour deposition

Flexible manufacturing through automated engineering

Automated equipment and robotics are the basis of any smart factory, meaning that to stay competitive, manufacturers must learn to embrace this technology. Jonathan Wilkins reports


Touchscreen LCDs reduce time to market for rugged equipment

CHO-TOUC range from Chomerics benefits OEMs in industrial, medical, aerospace and other sectors with environmentally challenging conditions

New firmware for thin clients

The new user-friendly firmware for R. STAHL Thin Clients features integrated network diagnostics and a watchdog function for the data connection

Multi rotary switch

The Cyber One multi rotary switch is a very versatile, active force feed-back encoder for inter-active HMI controls

New flush-mount HMI

Provides a flush finish to the machine panel for a smarter, more stylish aesthetic

Universally usable operating and display unit for mobile electronics

Bosch Rexroth’s BODAS Display DI4 unit suitable for a variety of mobile machines

All-round HMIs for on- and offshore applications

Optimised for onshore and offshore applications, they are extremely rugged with enhanced shock and vibration resistance

Mobile power meter with silicon sensor

This device is just 6mm thick and allows for power measurement even in very tight spaces

Adaptive control

Paul Hurst explains how vacuum brazing control technology is successfully transferring to other sectors

Multi-core power for explosion-protected HMIs

Panel PCs for zone 1 now equipped with fast, efficient Bay Trail processors

Virtually unbreakable touchscreen

Reduces total cost of ownership and improves users’ productivity by addressing one of the most common reasons for computer failures

Rugged HMIs for zone 1 hazardous area applications

The 7-inch touchscreen display is protected by a specially strengthened glass pane

Compact HMI with advanced functionality

Display has the ability to display more than 65,000 colours, bringing new levels of realism to screen elements for enhanced usability

A look into the future of HMIs

Joint project established after a trend study identified and examined the most important areas to consider for successful human machine interaction in manufacturing

Marine-certified HMIs

Satisfy the needs of both the latest and future generation of software for ships and other marine vessels

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