- More Capability with Fewer Parts and Less Cost
Do more with less. This statement summarizes the pressure felt by engineers to design new products that do more and yet cost less. In this whitepaper, the principles of DFMA (Design for Manufacturing and Assembly) are explained using real-world examples.
- Best Practices for Designing a Graphical User Interface
Designing a user-interface that is easy to understand yet accomplishes the necessary tasks is critical. A well-designed interface will not only make it easier for the end user, it may also reduce training and support costs for the organization.
- Rugged Operator Interface Terminals: Build Versus Buy
Analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of building human-machine interfaces versus buying them ready-made or customized from an outside source.
- Operator Interface Buyer's Guide
A detailed look at the key components of an operator interface terminal and what to look for and be cautious of when specifying one for use in a rugged environment.