The company's HMIS (human machine interface systems) department provides end users with the designs and manufacturing capabilities of interface systems within the guidelines of customer specific requirements. As technology systems grow more complex, issues of end product safety, ease of operation, and reducing the risk of human error are becoming increasingly important. Designers today know that the operational performance, manufacturing efficiency, and safety range of systems are closely related to the interaction between humans and machinesthe human machine interface. The department combines the value of quality, ergonomics, and aesthetics to provide a functionally efficient response all within the guidelines of important industry standards. For the customer, the benefits include more clearly-defined, functional controls and greater comfort of use for the operator. This reduces the likelihood of errors in operation and the dangers associated with poorly defined controls.