Create an automotive UI with EB GUIDE & Raspberry Pi 4
Car owners expect an increasingly smartphone-like experience in their vehicles, leaving automotive user interface developers behind the eight ball. Not only have these developers historically worked in multi-year life cycles because of the safety and security implications of the systems they’re dealing with, they also often have to wait for exact hardware specifications to begin their software development. This, of course, reduces the time these engineers have, to create something that is compelling, aesthetically pleasing, and up to the standards of today’s digital natives.
In this episode of Embedded Toolbox, Bruno Grasset, Head of UX Product Management at Elektrobit, and Catalin Priboi, Senior Software Engineer at Elektrobit, demonstrate how automotive UI engineers – or, really, anybody – can get a head start on sleek, automotive-grade cluster designs using a free version of EB GUIDE and a $35 Raspberry Pi 4.
Tune in and learn how you can, too: