How Communication, Control and HMI are Transforming Consumer Technology

Learn more about how Serious views communication, control and HMI in consumer product innovation.

Communication, control and human machine interface (HMI) has driven the demand and elevated expectations for consumer technology. In this thought-provoking article, Serious examines how these technologies are transforming embedded system design. With HMI technology, what was once designed as a simple user interaction is now a full experience, where the user can interact with a controller and gain a wealth of information all in one place. With the controls alone, there is another shift in how embedded systems affect the system design. Controls are now smaller and more “instrumented”, where they provide interactive capabilities with HMI’s and the environment. Last, communication interfaces, such as sensors, can radically transform how and what can be done with a product. This results in system-wide connectivity with a plethora of opportunities to innovate. Read the full article and learn more about how Serious views these three transformative technologies in consumer product innovation. 


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