"We analysis touch based human machine interface(HMI) in this report, The products are segmented into Resistive, Capacitives, and Surface Acoustic Wave, different industrial applications of HMI- discrete: automotive, metal & mining, packaging, and aerospace & defense; and process: food & beverage, healthcare, and oil & gas industries. 
Thermoplastic composites refer to composite materials made of thermoplastic resin reinforced with long fiber, short fiber and continuous fiber. A thermoplastic plastic is a polymer that becomes pliable or moldable above a specific temperature and solidifies upon cooling. The fibers are usually glass, carbon, and aramid. The thermoplastic resin is usually PA, PP, PBT, PPEK, PEKK, PPA, PPS, PSU, etc. 
Tertiary amine is an amine that has the following general structural formula. In tertiary amines, nitrogen has three organic substituents. Examples include trimethylamine, which has a distinctively fishy smell, and EDTA. The use of tertiary amines is very extensive and is an important intermediate for the preparation of quaternary ammonium salts. It is widely used in the production of asphalt emulsifiers, chemical antistatic agents, foaming agents, oilfield demulsifiers, pesticide emulsifiers and fabric softeners.
Styrene Isoprene Styrene (SIS) is high performance thermoplastic elastomers with a combination of high strength, low hardness and low viscosity for easy thermoplastic processing as a melt or in solution. SIS polymers are based on styrene and isoprene and are the lowest hardness and lowest viscosity of all the styrenic block copolymers.
""A sol is a dispersion of the solid particles (~ 0.1-1 μm) in a liquid where only the Brownian motions suspend the particles. A gel is a state where both liquid and solid are dispersed in each other, which presents a solid network containing liquid components. The sol-gel coating process usually consists of 4 steps:
(1) The desired colloidal particles once dispersed in a liquid to form a sol.
(2) The deposition of sol solution produces the coatings on the substrates by spraying, dipping or spinning.
(3) The particles in sol are polymerized through the removal of the stabilizing components and produce a gel in a state of a continuous network.
(4) The final heat treatments pyrolyze the remaining organic or inorganic components and form an amorphous or crystalline coating."""