5th International Conference Automotive HMI USA 2018
Autonomous Driving - UX/User Experience - Driver Distraction - Connectivity Solutions - Natural Language Communication - Brain-Computer Interfaces
The way drivers interact with their vehicles is rapidly evolving, mainly driven by the strong trend towards self-driving cars, and connected cars.
The ultimate challenge for HMI experts is the creation of an interface that is engaging, functional, intuitive to understand and use, and not distracting. This has become even more important in the automotive cockpit, where the number of instruments and functions directly accessible to the driver has kept rising steadily over the past years.
Introducing more content in the car has increased the complexity of UIs, forcing both OEMs and suppliers to think carefully about their development process. Insights on consumer needs and fears become evermore crucial to HMI designers. Car companies are starting to think more and more like electronics and high tech companies.
Automotive HMI design has become the ultimate tool for brand differentiation for all automotive segments. The car is moving towards a ‘smartphone on wheels’.
Innovation Research Manager
Nissan Motors CO. LTD
Uconnect Human Interface Lead
FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Global Head, UI/UX
Hyundai-Kia America Technical Center
HMI & Ergonomics Integration Engineer
Creative Director, Internet of Things Experience Group
Interaction Designer - Voice UX
Ford Motor Company
Head of Design
Principal Design Engineer--Human Factors
Research Professor and Leader Driver Interface Group
University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute
UX UI Motion Designer
Ford Motor Company
Senior Engineer/Technical Lead
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), USA
Group Leader, Human Factors and Advanced Systems Testing
Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
Intercultural User Interface Consulting
Principal User Experience Manager
Key Topics Include
Understand customer expectations and experiences and the role of HMI to better develop future HMI designs
How can the transition into automated drive be facilitated through an inspiring HMI design? Find out which functionalities can make for an enjoyable automated driving experience
Benefit from the latest research results and usability studies in order to improve how the driver accesses necessary data without distraction
Discover how advanced connectivity solutions and a multi-modal HMI approach are helping to reduce complexity and driver workload
Explore ways how user interfaces can be designed to reduce driver distraction while still responding to consumer demands
Subject to change: What will the interface of the future look like?
This thinkpiece by automotive industry expert and editor at Automotive IQ, Franziska Scheu, examines the requirements consumers have
HMI Display Technology Trends
IHS Automotive predicts that the display component market will reach $18.6 billion by 2021, which will give new players the opportunity to jump into the supply chain.