Curtiss-Wright will show Human Machine Interface controls at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020
Offerings also include electronic throttle controllers, transmission shifters, sensors and power electronics
Curtiss-Wright's CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020, where the company will be showcasing its latest product offerings including Human-Machine Interface (HMI) Controls, electronic throttle controllers, transmission shifters, sensors and power electronics.Group will be attending
A recent trend for these applications – and one that will be highlighted on the Curtiss-Wright stand – is toward OEMs incorporating electronic HMIs that integrate fully into custom control boxes and armrest assemblies, providing operators with a wide range of new capabilities.
Working closely with OEMs, Curtiss-Wright can develop complete HMI console assemblies that incorporate multiple functions and can be operated with the use of just one hand, or via finger or thumb activation. Typically incorporating joysticks, push-button switches, rotary thumbwheels and levers, they bring control of numerous vehicle functions and features to a central console for operator convenience and efficiency.
Other products from Curtiss-Wright Industrial include electronic throttle controls, position sensors and power management systems. These will be on display at CONEXPO and are suitable for a wide range of applications including heavy trucks and buses, powered access platforms, backhoe excavators, agricultural vehicles, airport fire and rescue vehicles, floor care machines and pallet trucks.
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