Human machine interface development

  • 12-Mar-2009 05:18 EDT

DiSTI Corp.’s GL Studio 4.0 software upgrade offers greater ease of use and productivity for the developer, higher performance of the deployed application, and better overall value to the customer. This release features a re-architected GL Studio developer interface based on customer feedback and prevailing user-interface design trends. In addition to the interface upgrades, GL Studio 4.0 includes more than 30 generic instruments covering a variety of application types from speedometers to keypads and nearly 300 common user-interface texture elements. This content, coupled with a new tutorial that illustrates how to develop advanced 3-D graphical interface designs, delivers an out-of-the-box user experience, according to the company. GL Studio is now being used by manufacturers of automobiles, aircraft, and space vehicles for uses ranging from prototyping to embedded safety critical displays.

For more information, visit booth 927 at the SAE 2009 World Congress.

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