HMI is the brain of a device, telling it to act when the end-user needs it to. HMI technologies range from the traditional single-touch display mounted on a machine to advanced technologies such as gesture-recognition sensors. The HMI technology market is on track to become an $11.88 billion space by 2026, and much of its success can be attributed to smart home technology. More and more devices are beginning to use capacitive touch, proximity sensing, natural language processing and other technologies designed to think, make decisions and learn, in turn, making HMI design and manufacturing front and center in product discussions.
TALLAHASSEE, FL – Advanced Manufacturing International (AMI) has been awarded a $2M grant