UltraSense Systems Launches TouchPoint Q to Improve the Touch Experience for Automotive User Interfaces
Automotive-qualified piezoelectric strain sensor augments next-generation capacitive touch systems, including steering wheels, center consoles, and door panels
SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- UltraSense Systems today introduced UltraSense TouchPoint Q, the world's first piezoelectric strain sensor designed to bring a better touch experience to automotive interfaces. Automotive tier-suppliers are integrating TouchPoint Q to augment their solid-state capacitive touch systems for center and overhead consoles, steering wheels, and door panels for an enhanced user experience.
How TouchPoint Q Improves Capacitive Touch Systems
TouchPoint Q now solves the challenges of previous capacitive touch systems, offering auto makers the ability to improve next-generation designs. According to Data Intelo, the global automotive touch sensor market is expected to grow at a 6.5% CAGR from 2022 to 2030. Forward-thinking automotive makers are now rapidly transforming car interfaces from mechanical to digital – just as phone makers did 15 years ago, migrating from mechanical buttons to flat screens.
"TouchPoint Q enables automotive tier-suppliers to deliver a new generation of more capable touch sensing functions," said Daniel Goehl, UltraSense Systems Chief Business Officer. "TouchPoint Q can easily and cost-effectively augment already designed capacitive systems with a better force-sensing solution to improve the user experience and manufacturing scalability."
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