08 juin 2020

Designing Human-Machine Interface for Autonomous Vehicles

Designing Human-Machine Interface for Autonomous Vehicles This paper deals with Human-Machine Interface (HMI) design for autonomous vehicles. This automation level involves automated driving phases as well as transition phases where the driver has to reengage in the driving task. Each phase requires an appropriate interface to allow the driver to establish accurate situation awareness. The paper presents a methodology aiming to answer the following questions: what should be displayed, how and when? This methodology relies on the... [Lire la suite]

05 mai 2020

Renault R-NEST: using stimulation to fight hypovigilance at the wheel

Renault R-NEST: using stimulation to fight hypovigilance at the wheel The Renault R-NEST project (Renault Research Tool for NEuroscience STudies) was developed by the Groupe Renault Research department as a neurophysiology research tool and demo model for these types of system. The purpose of this research is to help reduce accidents caused by driving fatigue. The demo model consists of a static driving module. It has two cameras (3D and 2D) that capture and record driver reactions and measure a large amount of data (heart rate,... [Lire la suite]
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26 février 2020

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE V2 FOR INTELLIGENT VEHICLES

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE V2 FOR INTELLIGENT VEHICLES Now Artificial Intelligence (AI) is applied with success in many fields of Automotive applications. NEXYAD company made a breakthrough by developing their onboard real time driving risk assessment module SafetyNex : "at each moment, 20 times per second, we know the driving risk that the vehicle is currently taking, and then we can first record this risk, and second, act on driver (alert) or act on vehicle (ADAS or autonomous vehicle) in order to reduce risk", said Gerard YAHIAOUI,... [Lire la suite]
03 février 2020

How can humans understand their automated cars? HMI principles, problems and solutions

How can humans understand their automated cars? HMI principles, problems and solutions As long as vehicles do not provide full automation, the design and function of the Human Machine Interface (HMI) is crucial for ensuring that the human “driver” and the vehicle-based automated systems collaborate in a safe manner. When the driver is decoupled from active control, the design of the HMI becomes even more critical. Without mutual understanding, the two agents (human and vehicle) will fail to accurately comprehend each other’s... [Lire la suite]
14 novembre 2019

Trends in car Human-Machine Interface (HMI)

Trends in car Human-Machine Interface (HMI)  Connected, autonomous, shared, and electric (CASE) vehicles are broad topics that define the future of the car. However, their success depends on the successful relationship between man and machine remaining intact despite increasing technological sophistication. READ MORE: Trends in car Human-Machine Interface (HMI) – Part 1 Being connected The human-machine interface (HMI) is key to ensuring that the ever-advancing technology can be understood and operated by anyone who... [Lire la suite]
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06 novembre 2019

Developing HMI Systems to Integrate ADAS Functions

Developing HMI Systems to Integrate ADAS Functions The reality of fully autonomous vehicles is drawing ever closer, and increasingly sophisticated driver assistance technologies are permeating the industry. Today’s ‘semi-autonomous’ cars feature a range of support functions such as lane assist and automatic braking, and the sector has become a hotbed of innovation as OEMs scramble to be the first to market with new technology. Equally, infotainment and connected services have also been subject to rapid development, with connectivity... [Lire la suite]
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01 septembre 2019

Developing HMI Systems to Integrate ADAS Functions

Developing HMI Systems to Integrate ADAS Functions The reality of fully autonomous vehicles is drawing ever closer, and increasingly sophisticated driver assistance technologies are permeating the industry. Today’s ‘semi-autonomous’ cars feature a range of support functions such as lane assist and automatic braking, and the sector has become a hotbed of innovation as OEMs scramble to be the first to market with new technology. Equally, infotainment and connected services have also been subject to rapid development, with connectivity... [Lire la suite]
23 août 2019

Cars that read your brain: 4 trends that will shape new vehicles of the future

Cars that read your brain: 4 trends that will shape new vehicles of the future Every year, some of the world’s biggest car manufacturers compete to show off the splashy new tech that they believe will wow drivers of the future (and sell cars, of course). So what did we learn from CES 2018? Well, this year, the big trends in the motoring sphere were artificial intelligence, Brain-to-Vehicle technology, huge infotainment systems and ‘digital cockpits’. Let’s take a look at how these were presented. Artificial Intelligence (AI) ... [Lire la suite]
10 août 2019

AI-Based Automotive HMI Software Market to Reach $4.6 Billion Worldwide by 2025

AI-Based Automotive HMI Software Market to Reach $4.6 Billion Worldwide by 2025 Voice and Speech Recognition Applications Will Be the Major Driver of Growth, Followed by Driver Face Analytics, Emotion Recognition, and Gesture Recognition As vehicles grow increasingly connected and become packed with sensors, artificial intelligence (AI)-based technologies have the potential to play a significant role in the human-machine interface (HMI), according to a new report from Tractica. Voice-enabled smart assistants for car controls,... [Lire la suite]
28 juillet 2019

The design of reliable HMI systems is critical for people’s safety and AV industry growth

The design of reliable HMI systems is critical for people’s safety and AV industry growth   Despite all the challenges, tech innovators and automotive companies are all agog over self-driving cars becoming a daily reality. No wonder, since according to recent research by Strategy Analytics, the autonomous vehicle industry will be worth $7 trillion by 2050. This means that automakers have golden reasons to pursue R&D for all systems required for autonomous vehicles. HMI systems are one critical component. HMI... [Lire la suite]