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Connected Human Machine Interfaces for the IoT
Human Machine Interfaces continue to evolve, from traditional mechanical buttons moving to sleek touch based display interfaces complimented with intuitive voice control. In this webinar, Cypress is showcasing their latest industry leading “Touch, See, Talk” solutions that enable system developers to easily navigate and adopt this evolution.

IoT system developers all over the world are being tasked with the challenge of updating their products with these intelligent Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs) that delight users. Reliable, low power and robust wireless connectivity is of course still an absolute must.

Cypress’ PSoC MCUs with integrated sensing and security paired with robust and reliable Cypress Wi-Fi/Bluetooth wireless connectivity are redefining these connected HMI designs. Through sleek and elegant button-less interfaces, voice-controlled solutions, and visually engaging interactive displays, users can experience the IoT like never before.

This webinar is a perfect launchpad for anyone interested in these exciting technologies and capabilities, covering the following:

- “Touch” Technology Overview: Capacitive and Inductive Sensing
- “See” Technology Overview: Driving Colorful, Graphical Displays
- “Talk” Technology Overview: Intelligent Audio/Voice Processing at the Edge
- Full Connected HMI Smart Home Device Demo

Register now to learn more!

Jun 25, 2020 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Declan Starr
Business Development Manager and Marketing Strategist @Cypress, An Infineon Technologies Company
Declan Starr is a Business Development Manager and Marketing Strategist at Cypress Semiconductor who has successfully guided innovative leading-edge HMI solutions from concept through to mass production within challenging segments such as Consumer, Industrial and Automotive. After spending over a decade designing, architecting and implementing Touch based solutions, Declan understands the complexities and challenges involved to integrate and evolve HMI into complex IoT systems. Declan holds a B’Eng in Electronic Engineering from the University of Limerick, Ireland.