Announcing EB GUIDE 6.3
Today, Elektrobit released version 6.3 of our HMI modeling tool, EB GUIDE. EB GUIDE 6.3 includes a number of improvements.Read more >
Student creates the first EB GUIDE human-robot interface
For his thesis, bachelor’s degree candidate Thomas Ranzenberger of Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm built an extension for EB GUIDE—a tool for building HMIs—and used it to create a human-robot interface.Read more >
3D renderer improvements in EB GUIDE 6.2
The display of interactive 3D content on HMIs is becoming increasingly important. It contributes to an immersive user experience, and conveys a sense of quality and luxuriousness in comparison to pure 2D HMIs. But despite the superior visual experience 3D content offers, user interaction with 3D elements can be difficult at times.Read more >
Benefits of a Holistic HMI design
In our last post, we talked about what constitutes holistic design. But, why bother to invest in holistic design? What are the benefits? Read on to find out.Read more >
What is holistic HMI design?
As the Internet of Things begins to grow, so does the need to design holistic Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs).Read more >
EB GUIDE 6.1 released today!
Today Elektrobit releases the latest version of EB GUIDE, 6.1. This point release includes some improvements to the user interface for the product. We're always working to improve our product and make it easier for you to use EB GUIDE to build great HMIs.Read more >
Efficiently developing multimodal user interfaces
Car manufacturers are tasked with developing more and more complex HMIs on limited budgets and tight schedules—while making them simple and easy to use.Read more >
How does EB GUIDE run your model on a device?
Let's walk through a scenario to see how the HMI you model in EB GUIDE Studio is deployed and run on a target device.Read more >
HMIs: Saving lives
HMIs are saving lives, but they'll be saving even more in the near future. The key is to create HMIs with consistent interfaces on different devices and that are designed to work together.Read more >
Why use model-based HMI development?
Most of our new customers have been developing human machine interfaces (HMIs) for years and doing it the hard way: writing code from scratch. The idea of model-based HMI development is new to them. Before investing in the approach, they want to understand the benefits. So we thought we’d share some of the common scenarios […]Read more >