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]

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]
28 octobre 2016

New HMI for the real time onboard driving risk assessment smartphone App SafetyNex (for car safety)

New HMI for the real time onboard driving risk assessment smartphone App SafetyNex (for car safety) SafetyNex warns the driver before crossing a dangerous area if the driving style (speed etc ...) shows that the driver clearly misunderstood thedanger. SaftyNex is an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system. SafetyNex reduces accident rate by 20%.   SafetyNex is a comprehensive aftermarket ADAS, developed by NEXYAD. SafetyNex also provides risk profiles and usage profiles to Insurance Companies : increase margin, develop new... [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]
10 août 2016

Do driverless cars need to make their passengers feel like drivers?

Do driverless cars need to make their passengers feel like drivers? The world of movement is evolving, and soon, being in the driver's seat could be a thing of the past. At the GigaOm conference in San Francisco, industry experts debated the future of transport design. Peter Skillman, Head of Design at HERE, gave a talk on how the perception of driverless cars must be changed before they can be accepted as the future of transportation. read more... [Lire la suite]
07 juillet 2016

Daimler Trucks testing ADAS using PreScan software

Daimler Trucks testing ADAS using PreScan software While most of the existing systems focus on a limited range of driving situations and use input from a single sensor (e.g. radar-based emergency braking systems or camera-based lane keeping assistance) future active safety systems will use the input of several sensors and assist drivers in highly complex traffic scenarios, thus leading the way toward automated driving. This development puts a big challenge on the Human Machine Interface (HMI). Read more... [Lire la suite]

08 mai 2016

New HMI Concept for an Intuitive Automated Driving Experience and Enhanced Transitions

New HMI Concept for an Intuitive Automated Driving Experience and Enhanced Transitions   Abstract A new Human Machine Interface (HMI) concept – called Mobius - for automated driving, which enables drivers to keep their hands on the steering wheel while completing non-driving related (NDR) task, is tested and evaluated. A surprise takeover request reveals faster reaction times when either using Mobius or monitoring the traffic compared with using a smartphone for NDR task. Usability and User Experience Rating showed that... [Lire la suite]
03 mai 2016

DESERVE Platform : HMI Needs Analysis and Specifications for Safe and Efficient Drive

DESERVE Platform : HMI Needs Analysis and Specifications for Safe and Efficient Drive   In order to enhance ADAS market penetration, users and suppliers acceptance, reduce costs and broaden the scope and effectiveness of ADAS in the medium and long term, there is a need of managing the level of complexity of the different ADAS functions in an integrated way, allowing them to co-exist and co-operate. Nonetheless the integration of ADAS functions poses several challenges, bearing significant implications e.g. in terms of drivers... [Lire la suite]
26 avril 2016

The HMI for Automated Vehicle Report 2015-16

The HMI for Automated Vehicle Report 2015-16 Industry Overview The report looks into the role of HMI in facilitating driver engagement, car-to-driver communication and car-to-driver takeover of control. This is key for two main reasons: As the autonomous technology is not ready to handle all driving conditions, the driver will be required to take control in certain situations, hence HMI and the User Interface are crucial to ensure the driver’s contextual awareness (i.e. keep the driver/user engaged enough in the driving task and... [Lire la suite]
02 avril 2016

Future HMI Systems Linked to Autonomous Driving Trends

Future HMI Systems Linked to Autonomous Driving Trends DEARBORN, MI – Autonomous driving, still a ways off but at the top of nearly every OEM’s list of concerns, is the new focus for interior designers, say panelists speaking at theWardsAuto Interiors Conference being held here today. Human-machine-interface systems should be designed to enhance, not distract, the driving experience, panel members say, acknowledging mistakes have been made trying to add several technologies into the center stack and console, when future... [Lire la suite]