TouchNetix has integrated new Touchless User Interface technology alongside touch, force, proximity and hover sensing plus haptics control into its aXiom touchscreen chip Gesture sensing [...]
TouchNetix Chrominance Provides Industry-Best Touchscreen Performance and Reliability in Harsh Applications
Based on the renowned aXiom touchscreen controller, the Chrominance standard touchscreens provide an easy-to-integrate, ready-made sensor assembly for displays sized up to 24” Fareham, UK, 28 [...]
Touchscreens built using the aXiom chip can be tuned to work well with water and most other liquids on the surface. TouchNetix extensive experience in designing products for industrial, medical [...]
Being able to use gloves from almost any category (industrial, medical, driving) is an important feature of the aXiom chip. Due to the high SNR and the use of sophisticated algorithms, designs [...]
For windows, the chip is connected via USB using a separate USB HID to I2C/SPI bridge which TouchNetix can provide. For Linux, a low level kernel driver is available.
TouchHub for Windows supports full tuning and observation facilities for touch performance. Much of the tuning is auto generated from high level requirements based on sensor and facilities etc. [...]
Yes, for the QFP128 and QFP144 pin devices, 4-6 GPIOs are supported (depending on which features of the chip are being used)
For communication with a host, both SPI and I2C slave interfaces are provided. An I2C master interface is also provided and can be used for instance to send commands to a haptic actuator
TouchNetix Will Exhibit at the Embedded Systems Show in Nuremburg 14-16th March 2017. We will demonstrate our latest multi-finger force sensing touchscreens in Hall 4A Stand 643.
TouchNetix will be in Hall A3 on Booth 416 at the electronica show at the Messe Munchen on November 8-11 2016. We will demonstrate our latest capacitive touchscreen technology including our force [...]