Use of haptics in vehicle set to grow rapidly driven by rising digitalization
The automotive industry is currently focusing on finding the most cost-effective way for wider adoption of haptics in vehicles
Touch feedback technology, also known as haptics, has dramatically transformed the way users interact with devices such as smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches. Vehicles seem to be the next in line to benefit from haptics. Automakers, especially premium carmakers, have already started adopting haptics in their new vehicles to deliver an enhanced in-vehicle experience. The technology offers significant design flexibility and offers automakers an opportunity to bring new use cases and applications into the car.