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Bosch integrates Kyocera’s haptic feedback technology into the car

Bosch integrates Kyocera’s haptic feedback technology into the car

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By Christoph Hammerschmidt



Kyocera has been producing haptic technologies through its own research and development since 2008. Over the years, Kyocera has developed ergonomics and virtual reality technologies and through the use of these technologies and proprietary haptic feedback technology, Kyocera’s haptivity technology contains a virtual reality.

Innovation that enables real touch sensations at every man-machine interface. The Haptivity devices were presented at Japanese, American and European trade fairs and are patented by Kyocera in several countries.

Kyocera says it is continuously improving haptivity technology while developing devices, equipment and systems that incorporate the technology. The company continues to license its haptivity technologies for a wider range of uses, including automotive and industrial applications.

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