Thursday, September 12, 2019

Elektrobit’s Head of UX Product Management featured in Embedded Computing Design

An Viet My Phan

The automotive industry is taking notice, and so is Embedded Computer Design. As HMIs become increasingly modular and interactive, the benefits of EB GUIDE give programmers and car manufacturers an edge.

Elektrobit’s Head of UX Product Management, Bruno Grasset, sat down with the editors of the US-based tech and engineering site to talk about how more modular automotive HMIs merge demands for ADAS, infotainment.

The article explores the timely topic of modern vehicles and the challenges that come with needing to provide drivers with accurate ADAS and navigation data – exactly when it’s required, without presenting a hazardous distraction from the road. Further complicating matters for manufacturers is the growing trend to entertain passengers with an ever-increasing number of smartphone-like infotainment apps and provide both drivers and passengers with uninterrupted virtual assistant capabilities.

At Elektrobit, we understand the challenges facing programmers and have adapted EB GUIDE to help our customers to keep up in a fast-changing environment. But don’t just take our word for it. EB GUIDE supports the integration of multiple HMI components on a single display, as shown here with navigation and cluster information converged onto the same platform:


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As always, the following resources have been updated and are now available:

Download the Community edition of EB GUIDE.

Read through our updated Release Notes.

Download updated user documentation.

Access updated tutorials here.

Download updated feature demo, examples and custom widgets.

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