Internet of Things

Haptic feedback addresses large segments of the IoT products. An large number of touch-enabled applications are possible:

  • Balance compensation shoe soles
  • Information notification wearables
  • Remote touch, distant hugs, and haptic social contact
  • Home automation and smart domestic appliances


The ineluctable augmentation of graphic screens in classic and in self-driving cars calls for haptically-enabled solutions:

  • Blind spot prevention
  • Haptic dashboards for reduced reliance on vision
  • Situational awareness
  • Simulators

Medical devices

Addressing the needs of surgeons, doctors, and trainees to increase the safety of new techniques in the medical sector:

  • Haptically augmented scalpels, cauters, and probes
  • Haptically enabled input screens for data entry validation
  • Virtual and teleoperated surgery
  • Training

Virtual / Augmented Reality

The recent boom in this sector drives a demand from the VR and gaming markets for the high definition haptics that only Actronika’s technology can deliver. By enabling realism and emotional engagement we address:

  • Textures
  • Physically experienced gaming costumes
  • Gaming Gear
  • Gaming controllers


The need for efficient information transfer to the user in the presence of visual and auditory overload leads the market towards haptics. Well-designed tactile inputs can enhance signals from other senses for more reliable controls and faster responses:

  • Cockpits
  • Helmets
  • Joysticks
  • Training simulators


Entertainment and marketing can benefit from Actronika’s high definition haptics. Consumers and spectators could experience intense and pleasurable sensations that combine with existing or new content. Applications opportunities exist in: 

  • Sensorial marketing
  • Haptic cinema seats for 4D experience
  • Garments
  • Haptics for museology, arts and culture