Continental puts finger on curtailing driver distraction.
Haptic-Feedback Touchpad Creates Buzz at Continental Continental experts in human-machine interface technology work to limit driver distraction by developing an automotive touchpad with active haptic feedback. The input device has a touch-sensitive surface whose primary purpose is to control screen menus. The touchpad confirms a driver's action with tactile pulses similar to what would be experienced with a button. The touchpad with active haptic feedback is positioned low and ...
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