Originally Broadcast: Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Sponsor: Mouser Electronics and Cypress
Webinar Type: Hands-on Virtual Training Workshop
Duration: 2 Hours
For the past several years, Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs) have increasingly become an important piece of overall system design and customer experience in a range of markets/applications.
Many of these HMIs have moved to capacitive-sensing and inductive-sensing techniques, which provide the robustness, intelligence, and ease-of-use needed by the innovative applications of today. Cypress offers both types of these sensing technologies, with CapSense® capacitive-sensing and MagSenseTM inductive-sensing.
Join this interactive technical training to learn how to develop with Cypress’ CapSense and MagSense technology to enhance your next HMI design!
Attendants of this virtual experience will learn:
- How to implement touch buttons, sliders, wheels, trackpads, and touchscreens with Cypress’ industry-leading CapSense solution
- How to implement touch detection through high-quality metal overlays, water-proofing, rotary/linear encoder functionality, and proximity sensing with Cypress’ innovative MagSense solution
- How both CapSense and MagSense touch-sensing capabilities are delivered through Cypress’ PSoC® 6 and PSoC 4 low-power, highly flexible and easy-to-use MCUs
Michi Yoneda, Staff Product Marketing Engineer, Cypress Semiconductor
Michiyuki Yoneda is a Senior Product Marketing Engineer for MCU products at Cypress Semiconductor. He has more than 10 years of industry experience, in Applications, Field Applications, and Marketing. He is very familiar with capacitive-touch sensing, and MCUs for the consumer and IoT markets. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Boston University, College of Engineering.
Brendan McAndrews, Applications Engineer, Cypress Semiconductor
Brendan McAndrews is an Applications Engineer in the PSoC division of Cypress Semiconductor. He has a bachelor’s degree from the Baskin School of Engineering at UC Santa Cruz and has been working with inductive sensing, serial memory interfaces, and Smart I/O (programmable logic) at Cypress.