SigmaSense LLC, the pioneering enforcement leader in capacitive imaging technology, declares the industry’s first on-cell interactive display that presents unmatched signal-to noise-performance responsiveness while driven by only one-half volt of the current drive voltage. SigmaSense’s capacitive imaging technology extends both touch and object imaging alike when liquids or other contaminants are being on the display surface. SigmaSense’s technology overwhelms performance and functionality limitations as to when touchpoint resistance exceeds 1M ohm in power, another industry first. This permits for a wide variety of sensor elements and sensor designs to be used to meet administration, cost, and mechanical purposes.
Perceptive displays are producing the next significant advance in user encounters.
Sensing touch on interactive infotainment pretensions has been an industry difficulty as screen sizes can grow to the width of the complete dash – over 50 inches. Presently, SigmaSense’s capacitive imaging technology relieves designers from traditional restrictions on sensor size, a sensor element, and design parameters. New sensor corporealities, such as poly-based flexible sensors, are now reasonable even for irregularly shaped sensors. Architects are now able to provide optimized touch sensor answers with enhanced optics and accuracy but without challenging design restrictions or lengthy and costly tuning cycles. SigmaSense’s capacitive imaging technology also presents an accurate, low latency picture of the entire display surface. This discovery has the capability is a boon to OEMs who aspire to use curved or flexible displays for improved user experiences. Flexible sensors facilitate capacitive imaging on steering wheels, seats, windows, plastic interior facades, and touch-enabled button control purposes. Capacitive Imaging can sense touch on other articles or surfaces that could not previously be identified. A capacitive imaging-based system presents the data for AI categorization, allowing the next generation of conscious user expertise.
“Designers now have the independence to use any touch sensor material, as well as any measurement and configuration sensor to produce optimal designs. Seats, plastic exteriors and contoured control surfaces can now combine sensors and be touch-enabled,” stated Steve Sedaker, CMO, SigmaSense. “Capacitive touch innovations have delayed over the last decade with insignificant incremental improvements. Our capacitive imaging technology can run over 1M ohm channel touchpoint resistance, a breakthrough that splits down barriers and enables new use circumstances that were not feasible before.”
Capacitive imaging will be presented at the Vehicle Display 2019 conference in Michigan, Livonia, September 24-25th, table 29. SigmaSense, the global master in touch sensing accomplishment, is transforming the world of conventional analog sensing solutions with a new high-level digital approach. We are discovering a comprehensive sensing technology that produces an order of magnitude improved appearance that was previously not probable. SigmaVision capacitive imaging technology produces both touch and object detection on or in the vicinity to the sensing surface, thus facilitating a new generation of intelligent machines that are interactive and appealing. Products that utilize sensing exteriors ranging in size from small wearables to exteriors more significant than 100 inches can now choose a superior sensing experience that decreases costs and lowers design risk. Headquartered in Austin, TX, SigmaSense produces semiconductor and board-level products with advancement tools and support.