Advantech wins the First Ever iF Product Design Award 2013

Advantech's Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) products, SPC and TPC series has won an iF product design award 2013

Advantech (2395.TW), a global leader in the industrial platform computing and automation device market, won its first ever product design award-the iF Product Design Award 2013. Out of over 3000 entries, Advantech's Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) products, SPC and TPC series has won an iF product design award 2013 and will be recognized with the renowned iF label in the industry / skilled trades category.


From 2010, Advantech put "Enabling an Intelligent Planet" as its corporate vision and set in motion an organizational evolution, marketing transformation, and steady expansion, to realize its mission to empower the development of smarter working and living. Advantech's next generation of HMI -SPC and TPC series come with the user-oriented design including capacitive multi-touch displays with 16:9 ratio wide screens, intelligent keys, and customized user interface which change existing HMI user behavior into being more intuitive and ergonomic.

For 60 years, the iF Product Design Award has been an internationally recognized label for award-winning design and the iF brand has become a prestigious symbol for outstanding achievements in product design. It is Advantech's great honor to be recognized by the iF product design awards.

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