Digitalization has radically changed the interface between humans and machines. We now operate and control more and more products in different ways. While touch displays have become a common feature of everyday life, interaction using natural language as well as gestures and facial expressions opens up completely new opportunities for designing a human-machine interface.
The human-machine interface forms precisely this link between human beings and technology and has the function or transferring information and commands using different operating modalities. Whether they need to operate a washing machine, a vehicle, or even an industrial process control system, users today are continually confronted with new tasks.
Flexible and user-friendly control elements help to successfully master this complexity. The key task of an HMI is to facilitate communication between humans and machines. In order to develop a user-friendly human-machine interface, it is crucial to consistently place the user at the centre of the development process.
For that reason, user-centered design has been at the core of the HMI development process at Bertrandt right from the beginning.
From the development of the initial concept right through to series-production support and further development – our services cover the entire process.