07 janvier 2019

Positioning of HMI (Human Machine Interface) in ADAS development

Positioning of HMI (Human Machine Interface) in ADAS development In ADAS (Advanced DrivervAssistance Systems), human and in-vehicle systems jointly drive cars. Therefore people and cars need to form a smooth communication. Therefore, in designing and developing ADAS, the concept of HMI (Human Machine Interface) is important. HMI is a protocol that human beings and machines communicate intention and information. 1.HMI determines the difference between ADAS and Autonomous Driving ADAS is a support system for human... [Lire la suite]

24 novembre 2018

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]
15 novembre 2018

Looking ahead: Designing for in-car HMI

Looking ahead: Designing for in-car HMI Hard and soft interactions Before we discuss our thoughts on the best approach for in-car interactions, we will touch upon the types of interactions that exist in the in-car environment. In-car interactions can be split into two distinct types: hard and soft. Hard interactions can be defined as deliberate manipulative actions performed by the driver. Examples are: changing the drive position using a button, using an infotainment system via a GUI or inputting location data into the... [Lire la suite]
15 octobre 2017

HMI FOR ELDERLY AND DISABLED DRIVERS TO GET SAFELY REAL-TIME WARNINGS AND INFORMATION WHILE DRIVING

HMI FOR ELDERLY AND DISABLED DRIVERS TO GET SAFELY REAL-TIME WARNINGS AND INFORMATION WHILE DRIVING Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and In-Vehicle Information Systems (IVIS) are growing in importance within vehicle on-board telematics. However, most automotive industries focus mainly on the needs of average driver cohort, thus the needs of other particular driver cohorts are in many cases overseen. Provision of in-vehicle Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)-based services in conjunction to the ADAS, needs... [Lire la suite]
05 avril 2017

The overwhelming implications for driverless cars and marketing

The overwhelming implications for driverless cars and marketing   Most analysts believe that by 2020 there could be millions of self-driving cars on the highways. The implications are vast … for safety, for energy savings, for the creation of entirely new industries and business models. It’s time to start thinking through the impact of driverless cars and marketing because suddenly, people who used to be spending their time behind the wheel of a car will have more time to consume content. A LOT more content. Here’s... [Lire la suite]
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28 janvier 2017

Car Manufacturers Reveal HMI Plans for ADAS Technology

Car Manufacturers Reveal HMI Plans for ADAS Technology TU-Automotive, an organisation focused on evolving automotive technology, has announced that speakers from Volkswagen, Peugeot Citroen PSA and SBD Consulting will speak on the critical role of Human-Machine Interfaces (HMI) in driving Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) technological capability and consumer acceptance in TU-Automotive’s HMI webinar, “HMI and the Changing Role of the Driver” on February 11th. As ADAS features become more prevalent in vehicles, it is a... [Lire la suite]

25 novembre 2016

Augmented reality head-up displays: HMI impacts of different field-of-views on user experience

Augmented reality head-up displays: HMI impacts of different field-of-views on user experience Horizon cockpit Credit photo Visteon   Head-up display (HUD) technology in aviation has been known about since the 1940s. It keeps the pilot’s attention focused outside of the cockpit and supports aircraft control by information visualization within the pilot’s main sight line on a transparent combiner. What has been worked out for pilots, also worked for drivers. “The Oldsmobile 1988 Cutlass Supreme Indianapolis Pace Car and... [Lire la suite]
04 novembre 2016

Automotive HMI: Current status and future challenges

Automotive HMI: Current status and future challenges   Major achievements last ten years ƒ Advanced display technologies have changed the dashboard layout from a rather static to a more flexible, dynamic and adaptable design ƒ Haptic devices have become available, providing new channels to give feedback to the driver. ƒ Speech input lower driver’s distraction when commanding the vehicle or its options (e.g. navigation devices, radios or mobile phones) ƒ Better understanding of human factors (e.g. prioritising of tasks) ... [Lire la suite]
02 octobre 2016

Valeo’s Intuitive Driving = Autonomous Driving + Connected Car + HMI: a Q&A with Amine Taleb

Valeo’s Intuitive Driving = Autonomous Driving + Connected Car + HMI: a Q&A with Amine Taleb  Editor’s note: This is another in DT’s series of Q&As with leaders in the automated, connected, and driverless vehicle industry. Dr. Amine Taleb is the manager of advanced projects for Valeo’s Comfort and Driving Assistance (CDA) Business Group in North America, where he leads the advanced engineering in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) applications. He has more than 20 years’ experience in advanced technologies... [Lire la suite]
09 juin 2016

Advanced in-vehicle user interface - future developments

Advanced in-vehicle user interface - future developments Dave McNamara and Craig Simonds, AutotechinsiderLLC, look at human-machine interface development out to 2015 The US auto industry is going through the worst crisis it has faced since the Great Depression. But it has embraced technologies that will produce the best-possible driving experience for the public. Ford was the first OEM to announce in-car internet radio and SYNC, its signature-branded User Interface (UI), is held up as the shining example of change... [Lire la suite]