Comecer adopts touch-screen technology in its isolators, shielded cells and automated machines for nuclear medicine and isolation technology.
The constant technological evolution makes it necessary to adopt a new approach and understanding of the design and human-machine interaction (HMI). The technology of the communication protocols, the need for ergonomics, safety and the industry-specific regulations are all key elements to think of an optimal HMI design, which takes full account of the experience, psychology, requirements and behaviour of the operators in a given work environment.
Therefore, one of the principles adopted by Comecer is to always adapt the technology to the application. This technological adaptation, which in certain cases can be called innovation, can only be defined when basing it on a number of priorities to which the system must respond.
When integrating a new HMI touch system, these priorities can be summarised as follows:
The effectiveness of the HMI system and the consequent increase in user productivity depends on a complex design process, which incorporates all the technical, ergonomic and communication aspects. The communication and connection technologies, namely those that connect the HMI to the base application and to other transferring devices, directly affect the operator and the overall performance of the system. Selecting an adequate communication strategy (hard-wired, serial bus, wireless, and other options) requires a careful and expert evaluation of the application, and in many cases, the study of a mix of technologies available.
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