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aXiom Achieves ISO 26262 ASIL B Certification
As increasingly more Human Machine Interface (HMI) functionality is integrated within automotive touchscreen systems, reliable and safe operation [...]
TouchNetix are proudly sponsoring the Interactive Haptics Conference taking place in Hamburg on the 14th and 15th June 2023.
This event is uniquely placed to provide industry leading insight into haptics for OEMs, Tier 1 and 2 suppliers, and experts from a wide range of industries.
Our aXiom user interface chips expand how users will interact with capacitive touchscreens and simplify the design process for engineers. aXiom is the first user interface chip family in the world to deliver 80dB of SNR, well over 100x the SNR of its competitors, while delivering the world’s best water rejection, capacitive force sensing, and a touchless user interface.
This revolutionary user interface chip is easy to design into your products and will perform in even the most demanding environments and applications.
TouchNetix proudly offers our Chrominance Sensor Modules for those customers looking for the best touchscreen solutions.
These solutions are complete with our TouchNetix aXiom user interface chips, sensor and cover lens.
TouchNetix is a global leader in creating innovative user experiences based on touch technology. The aXiom family of user interface chips enable touchless user interfaces and 3D sensing capabilities to create new and innovative features for modern product development. TouchNetix manufactures chips and touch sensor modules to a world-wide customer base with offices in Norway, United Kingdom, Germany, USA, Republic of Korea, Taiwan, China and through our distribution partners.
TouchNetix’s aXiom chips are designed for the Automotive, Appliance, Medical, and other Industrial markets touch user interfaces. The aXiom chips enable touchless and 3D sensing above the surface as well as force-sensing touch alongside traditional touch capabilities. The solution requires no additional sensor technologies such as camera or infrared to enable 3D sensing.