Advanced piezo haptic engine for touch display 


Redefining tactile encounters

Beetle™, a robust piezo haptic engine, is set to revolutionize your tactile experiences. With a design reminiscent of the Dragonfly, Beetle™ combines thin and powerful construction with unrivaled reliability. Customization takes center stage, offering tailored experiences to match individual preferences. Brace yourself for an awe-inspiring journey as Beetle™ unlocks a world of immersive and customizable haptic feedback, captivating your senses like never before.

How it works

Piezo haptic engine in action

Unlike other haptic engines, Beetle™ is designed to work around its resonance. This allows for potent haptic feedback while maximizing efficiency. Similar to Dragonfly™, Beetle™ haptic engine comes with pre-applied double-sided tape for convenient installation. 


Unleash the power of haptic technology

Beetle™ offers a myriad of advantages that set it apart as a leading piezo haptic engine


Designed to operate at and around resonance, allowing Beetle™ to generate unparalleled G-force level.


3x more efficient than LRA and ERM thanks to high electro-mechanical energy conversion ratio of piezo


As wide as 100-400 Hz. The bandwidth can also be conveniently customized.

Fast start-up

As a piezo transducer, Beetle™'s start-up time is as low as 15ms, 2-3x faster than LRA and ERM.

Low noise

Unlike the LRA and ERM, Beetle™ does not generate audible or rattling noise, as it does not have oscillating or rotating mass.


Can be customized to fit the specific size and power requirements of various applications.


Limitless possibilities

From size specifications to haptic power requirements, we offer seamless and convenient customization to ensure Beetle™ perfectly aligns with your unique needs. Our lead time for custom samples is as short as three days.  


Enhancing user experiences

Explore the diverse applications where Beetle™ is making a profound impact. 


Beetle™ elevates the driving experience with tactile feedback in touchscreens, steering wheels, and control panels, improving user engagement and safety.


Adds tactile responses to smartphones, tablets, trackpad and touch sensitive devices, enriching user experiences through customizable haptic feedback.


Including gaming, virtual reality, robotics, wearable, industrial control, accessibility solutions, home automation, simulation, education and research


Question & Answer

The number of Beetle™ units required depends on several factors, including the size and design of the panel, the desired intensity of haptic feedback, and the specific requirements of the application. It also depends on whether you want to achieve local or uniform haptic feedback on your entire panel. Generally, more units are needed to have a more uniform haptic feedback. A thorough modal analysis and instrumented tests are typically conducted to determine the optimal configuration for your application. Feel free to reach out to our engineers for technical support! 

The control of haptic intensity in a system depends on the specific technology and components used. When working with Beetle™, the following methods can be employed to regulate haptic intensity (G-force):

  1. Voltage Amplitude: Adjusting the voltage amplitude applied to the Beetle™ units can directly impact the haptic intensity. Higher voltages result in stronger vibrations. 

  2. Waveform Selection: Different waveforms can be utilized to control the haptic intensity. For example, a square or triangle waveform generates a more intense feedback compared to a sine waveform.

  3. Signal Processing: By manipulating the input signal through signal processing techniques, such as filtering or amplification, the haptic intensity can be finely adjusted to meet specific requirements.

It’s recommended to perform thorough testing to ensure accurate and effective control of haptic intensity.

Regular piezo haptic engines have several limitations, such as being sensitive to temperature and humidity, requiring careful design considerations for mechanical resonance, and potentially producing audible noise during operation. However, with Beetle™ these limitations are mitigated through our engineering and design techniques. Visit our Technology page to learn more!

Beetle™ shares the same working principle as Dragonfly™, allowing it to generate sound when attached to a panel. However, the key distinction lies in Beetle™ being optimized for haptic performance, often resulting in a different (typically higher) resonance frequency. Nonetheless, we offer the flexibility to optimize Beetle™ for both haptic and speaker performance based on specific requirements.

There is a range of commercially available integrated circuits (ICs) designed specifically for haptic applications. Here are several options for your reference:

  • Boreas: https://www.boreas.ca/collections/piezo-haptic-drivers 
  • TI: https://www.ti.com/motor-drivers/actuator-drivers/piezo-drivers/overview.html 
  • Aito: https://aito-touch.com/technology/   

Yes, it is. Achieving optimal haptic performance relies on various factors, including driving frequency and the modal behavior of your panel, influenced by its construction and boundary conditions. To determine the ideal installation location for your specific application, conducting instrumented tests becomes crucial. 

We have the capability to create samples with a compact footprint as small as 10 x 2 mm². The size possibilities are virtually limitless.

Yes, if you’re interested in exploring the Beetle™ piezo haptic engine for your project, please contact us at contact@flora.tech! 

Want to discuss your project?

Reach out to our engineers at contact@flora.tech