HMI designs embrace video

With touch based human machine interfaces deployed in all manner of market sectors, attention is now turning to providing enhanced video capabilities.

  • HMI designs start to embrace video

    With touch based human machine interfaces deployed in all manner of market sectors, attention is now turning to providing enhanced video capabilities.

    The implementation of touch based human machine interfaces (HMIs) has provided users with a ...
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  • Where are the discounts?

    The Carrefour hypermarket in Lille, France has replaced its fluorescent lighting with 2.5km of LED lighting from Philips that can also transmit location signals to a shopper's smartphone, triggering an app to provide location based services.

    The ...
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  • Covering the country

    Mobile network operators are rolling out new technology to solve the rural 'not-spot' problem. By John Walko.

    On holiday in Cornwall last summer, UK Prime Minister David Cameron found himself in a 'not-spot' and either could not get a signal on his ...
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  • Nanowire transistors the way forward, says simulation specialist

    Risk is the biggest issue facing semiconductor manufacturers, according to Professor Asen Asenov, the Glasgow University academic who is also chief executive of Gold Standard Simulations (GSS), which specialises in predictive simulation of nano CMOS devices. ... Read More





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