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Augmented reality for safer driving
Advanced augmented reality HUD with EB GUIDE arware
EB GUIDE arware
is a toolkit that enables the creation of augmented reality (AR) solutions for exceptional head-up displays (HUDs).
Securing driver safety and trust, the toolkit allows you to complete augmented reality projects on your own. You will experience a new, more user-friendly external API and improved configuration capabilities. Together with a more precise positioning core, creating an intuitive AR HMI becomes even easier.
Take a minute and discover all new EB GUIDE arware features here
Benefit also from the free interactive demo that lets you develop your own AR, based on real test data in higher resolution images.
Tackling challenges together - EB partnerships
EB and ANSYS joint innovation for virtual driving experiences
Augmented reality is the latest "must-have" for extraordinary head-up displays. But are there other technologies which increase driver safety, build driver trust in the vehicle, and improve the overall driver experience?
Yes, there are. Thus, EB and ANSYS recently joined forces. ANSYS is one of the industry’s most reputable pioneers in augmented reality for HUDs.
By combining ANSYS VRXPERIENCE with our EB GUIDE arware, we have successfully formed an end-to-end simulation toolchain, from virtual prototyping to UI/UX. Tap into virtual prototyping to significantly improve the user experience and to examine different models and scenarios early in the design process while respecting time and budgetary restraints.
EB and VTT partner in TrustVehicle European demonstration project
EB GUIDE is widely used by the automotive industry and also by students and educators in the growing field of human machine interface design all over the world.
The partnership with VTT TECHNICAL RESEARCH CENTRE OF FINLAND allows us to create the next step in growing our network and to support developers to further strengthen and enhance their capabilities of developing state-of-the-art HMIs.
VTT has been using EB GUIDE Studio to prototype the HMI of one of the TrustVehicle demonstration vehicles, a project that focuses on advancing technical solutions for automated driving to better assess critical situations and increase safety far beyond current levels.
Get an overview about the TrustVehicle Project here.
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Recap: EB Tech Day Japan 2019 – Accelerator for Future Mobility
This year, under the theme of "Accelerator for Future Mobility", we introduced a wide range of in-depth discussions and seminars about the latest software architectures and solutions to enable the next-generation vehicle architectures.
Customers and partners in Japan had a unique opportunity to experience for the first time our latest HMI demonstrators such as a full-screen dashboard-integrated cockpit platform and an AR-HUD virtual test platform that combines EB GUIDE arware and ANSYS VRXPERIENCE .
Alexa on the road – Voice-first in-car experience
EB has proven its expertise in developing state-of-the-art voice user interfaces and is now expanding the reach of natural language technology with the integration of Amazon Alexa into the car.
On October 17, Amazon and EB conducted a webinar where a range of solutions for integrating Alexa into vehicles were discussed.
The focus was on extending vehicles’ on-board capabilities and providing a more holistic and natural human-machine interface (HMI) experience.
Let's meet up at the global stage of CES 2020
Are you also getting ready for your CES 2020 visit? Considered as the Super Bowl for global consumer electronics and consumer technology, CES is the world's gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies.
Our EB team is already preparing for lively discussions with you on the new trends that will be showcased at CES, but also on how we can help accelerate your projects for automated driving, vehicle infrastructure, connected vehicle, and user experience.
Secure your meeting slot now!
Latest findings on deep learning and artificial intelligence in the Journal of Field Robotics
Cutting-edge technologies like deep learning and artificial intelligence are essential for future self-driving vehicle technology.
The Journal of Field Robotics, one of the highest ranked journals world-wide in the area of robotics, recently published our scientific article "A Survey of Deep Learning Techniques for Autonomous Driving" that is going quite deep into the matter, providing findings of our research about current state-of-the-art possibilities of deep learning technologies used in autonomous driving.
Access the full article here.
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