In the last 150 years, BMA has developed and launched a range of different centrifugal types. With each new model, we have drawn on research and experiences gained in the field, driven by our customers’ high standards. This is equally true for interface design.
Centrifugal development at BMA has always taken into account the latest technical and technological aspects. The term human-machine interface, or HMI for short, refers to the state-of-the-art interface for communication between a user and a machine. How has the interface design of our centrifugals evolved over the past century and a half? What are the major milestones?