Capacitive, intuitive: New design options for automotive HMIs : Page 2 of 2

March 23, 2016 // By Gilles Robert, Atmel
Capacitive, intuitive: New design options for automotive HMIs
As the interface of choice for smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, washing machines, connected objects, toys and more, capacitive touch technologies are increasingly part of our daily lives. Cars are no exception to this growing popularity of capacitive touch in intuitive human-to-machine interfaces.

Conclusion

Capacitive detection in a door handle system is a very demanding design challenge. To overcome this challenge, Atmel has introduced a new family of automotive MCUs that embed an innovative Peripheral Touch Controller hardware module and QTouch software library. This solution delivers best-in-class capacitive detection performances and full flexibility in the selection of the best-suited MCU.

References:

Atmel-42195-QTouch-Library-Peripheral-Touch-Controller_User-Guide

Atmel-42441-Low-Power-Sensor-Design-with-PTC_ApplicationNote_AT12405

About the author:

Gilles Robert is Senior Field Application Engineer at Atmel. He specializes in Automotive Touch Solutions.

 

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