In the field of human-machine interface (HMI) and embedded computing, we are witnessing a fascinating era of innovative technologies that are revolutionizing the interaction between humans and machines. Thanks to advances in artificial intelligence, IoT and haptic feedback, HMIs today are smarter, more intuitive and more engaging than ever before. Touch screens with multi-touch capabilities enable user-friendly navigation, while voice control and gesture recognition make operation easier and human interactions more natural.
The combination of HMI and embedded computing has led to the rapid development of smart devices and embedded systems. Smart home appliances, wearables, medical implants, and autonomous vehicles are just a few examples of how embedded computing is impacting our everyday lives. The new technologies offer a wide range of opportunities for improved user experience, higher efficiency in industrial applications and increasing networking of devices in the Internet of Things.