Safe Human-Machine Interfaces - The Intuitive Path to Success
“Intuitive user interfaces have long become a ‘must’ because of the crucial role they play in the competitiveness of your products. Why not profit from our know-how in usability and requirements engineering in the design and development of your user interface?”
Manufacturers in all sectors of the industry are under permanent pressure to innovate: they are faced with the challenge of developing ever faster and more powerful products at with decreasing development cycles. Whereas improved and increasing functionality makes machines more flexible and productive, it also makes them more complex. An efficient, intuitive operation (usability) is the necessary key to success. We support you in the development of user interfaces (GUIs) – from technical design and programming to implementation and protection of the operating software.
Alternative operating concepts such as voice control, touch screens, or gesture control present new security risks. With every new interface, systems become more open and vulnerable to attacks. This is a factor we analyze and address during the earliest phases of development. Trust us to develop secure and powerful human-machine interfaces utilizing risk analyses and HMI concept counseling.
AR and VR have already arrived in private homes and industry, but their full potential has not yet been realized. With our sights on digital transformation, we work with you to create a new business model for areas such as training, maintenance, planning and verification and validation. We bring future projects to life in the here and now in interactive, virtual environments on various platforms such as PCs, smart phones and game consoles. User-friendliness, high levels of immersion and interaction as well safety and security represent our top priorities.
- Requirement Analysis
- Requirements Engineering
- Investigation of Usage Requirements
- Description of Usage Scenarios and Usage Groups
- Operating Concepts for Desktop, Web, and Mobile Applications
- GUI Programming
- Augmented Reality
- Virtual Reality
- IEC 62366 Application of Usability Engineering (Medical Devices)
- Automated Testing