How to Overcome Obstacles During the Development Process of Touch Applications in the Automotive Industry, Using a Specialized Software Solution

Presented by: Christos Daskalou - Simulation Solutions Team, Tech Lead, Dipl.Electrical Engineer
Paschalis Arampatzis - Market and Financial Analyst, MSc Information Systems

 

The Automotive industry is undergoing a massive change. Automotive companies are turning to touch technology; touch screens are placed on car dashboards and capacitive touch sensors tend to replace traditional mechanical buttons.

But, are they ready to support this change?

Automotive companies involved in touch sensor development, from material suppliers to OEMs, are currently facing three major pains:

  1. Too many iterations between product design and prototyping phase.
  2. Strict automotive regulations limiting the flexibility of designers and difficult to be achieved
  3. Exploring new technologies through prototyping is too slow and expensive.

In this webinar, we will show you how to effectively tackle these issues and streamline your development process, establish smooth collaboration, and speed up time-to-market. How? With the specialized touch sensor software solution, Fieldscale SENSE.

Webinar Outline

  • Introduction: The development process of automotive touch sensors
  • Success story 1: Minimize prototype iterations - Increase ROI & engineering capacity.
  • Success story 2: Shorten QA time and cost and optimize product performance.
  • Success story 3: Explore new stack-up materials towards very large touch screens, with very low cost and in a short time.
  • Conclusion: Summarize benefits of specialized software solution.

Who Should Attend?

Our webinar is targeted towards in-vehicle infotainment system managers and directors, touch innovation project managers and human-machine interface professionals.

We will examine the challenges of touch applications in the automotive industry and we will demonstrate our success stories. We will show how our solution saved our customers and their partners from multiple back and forth communications, reduced prototyping costs achieving a 10x ROI and increased their engineering capacity by releasing thousands of work hours to be allocated according to respective needs.

 Buick Avista Concept Vehicle

Thursday, January 24th 10:00am EST/16:00 CET