Using Human-Machine Interface (HMI) Technology for the Real World
For those who are curious to learn more about Human-Machine Interface (HMI) technology applied in the Aerospace Industry and working in UK.
The Concordia Institute of Aerospace Design and Innovation (CIADI) Student Executive Committee would like to invite you to join us on Friday, December 3, 2021 from 11-12pm for a lecture with Matt Jackson. Matt graduated from the University of Bath in the UK with a B. Eng. in Electronics and Communications Engineering.
Matt currently lives in South West, UK and is the Technical Product Manager for HMI and Embedded Systems at PRESAGIS. PRESAGIS delivers simulation and graphics development software, and services to defense and aeronautic organizations worldwide.
Over the last 25 years, Matt has worked on multiple aircraft, helicopter and automotive projects, from initial HMI concept to in service deployment, with companies such as BAE Systems, Airbus, Lockheed Martin and Boeing.
The lecture will be online, free and open to all GCS students who are curious to learn more about Human-Machine Interface (HMI) technology applied in the Aerospace Industry and what it is like to be an engineer in the UK.
HMI technology is used by almost all industrial organizations, as well as a wide range of other companies, to interact with their machines and optimize their industrial processes. HMIs come in a variety of forms, from built-in screens on machines, to computer monitors, to tablets, but regardless of their format or which term you use to refer to them, their purpose is to provide insight into mechanical performance and progress.
In his online lecture, Matt will share with us some of his career experience from developing Human-Machine-Interface (HMI) systems in the aerospace and automotive markets.
We look forward to seeing you at this exciting lecture!
Zoom link: https://concordia-ca.zoom.us/j/84524037890