The ineluctable augmentation of tactile screens in classic and in self-driving cars calls for haptically-enabled solutions. Our solution can be embedded :

  • Steering wheel
  • Dashboard Screen
  • Seats


With Tactronik we bring HD haptic with imaginary feeling into phones. Our platform can do the following :

  • HD haptics for UI/UX interactions
  • Tactronik actuators for sound by the screen
  • HD haptics for textures, a game changer in mobile marketing.


The Tactronik platform is industrially scalable enough to target the domotics sectors. Our feedback can provide the following features:

  • Basic UI feedback for tactile surface
  • More precise interaction features based on the interfaces actions.

Internet of Things & Wearables

Haptic feedback addresses large segments of the I.o.T products. A large number of touch-enabled applications are possible :

  • Balance compensation shoe soles
  • Information notification wearables
  • Remote touch, distant hugs, and haptic social contact


We already created state – of – the art prototypes in this industry. From gamepads to haptic vests we are able to convey a variety of effects in both regular gaming or in VR :

  • Joysticks
  • Mouses
  • Garments
  • Haptics for museology, arts, and culture

Virtual / Augmented Reality

Haptic in VR is necessary for true immersions, thus demands in the VR industry is leading us towards a VR ready platform. We think that the high definition haptics that only Actronika’s technology can deliver will enable :

  • Physically experienced gaming costumes
  • Gaming/Industrial (Recruiting/ Training)


Our platform can deliver a new way of feeling movies or different programs. We were able to have feelings through sight and hearing, we will be able to be touched by it. Applications opportunities exist in :

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


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

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