Optimize and enhance the performance of your human-machine interfaces (HMIs) for longer lifetimes, higher reliability, improved performance, and greater durability. During this webinar, Boyd HMI experts will address the various components, design choices, and material considerations that go into developing displays and HMIs for next-generation applications. This includes integrations to ruggedize solutions for harsh environments and considerations for highly regulated environments such as medical applications.
As electronics become more connected, powerful, and functional, displays and human-machine interfaces (HMI) are increasingly necessary to control, monitor, and interact with these smarter, higher performing applications ranging from medical devices to defense products and industrial process equipment.
Join Boyd HMI experts for our webinar where we will take a deeper dive into the options and considerations when developing next-generation HMIs. We will review various materials and solutions available for diverse HMI applications and the benefits and limitations of each. Learn how to properly integrate these different technologies to meet your application requirements and customer expectations. The webinar will be followed by a live Q&A to address specific questions for your applications.
- Review the various components and options that can be utilized in HMIs.
- Learn how to evaluate and choose the best material or technology for your application’s HMI needs.
- Understand how to integrate and optimize technologies to best suit your requirements, such as addressing ruggedization, clean environments, and next-generation design challenges.
Chris Doyle has worked in the converting and materials industry for almost 30 years with a focus on graphic products ranging from UL and regulatory labels to ruggedizing and optimizing human machine interfaces for a range of industries including medical, defense, and automotive. He joined Boyd through the acquisition of GM Nameplate in 2019.
With over 30 years of experience in user interface technologies and electronic component manufacturing, Steve Baker oversees many key projects for advancing human machine interface technologies and developing better integrations for next-generation applications. Steve joined from the acquisition of GM Nameplate where he oversaw HMI tailored for Medical and other highly regulated industries.