HMIs for automated vehicles

This paper shows the consequences for in-car human machine interfaces (HMIs) regarding the development and acceleration of trends such as automated driving.

 

HMIs for automated vehicles

Table of contents

  • Partially automated driving requires trust
  • Highly automated driving requires efficient attention control
  • Will the future see vehicles totally without steering wheels?
 

Introduction

If contemporary cars and the next generation of models gradually draw close to highly automated and eventually fully automated driving, this development will also have enormous consequences for the Human Machine Interface (HMI). In addition to further development and acceleration of trends that are already visible today, the future faces entirely new challenges.

 

Resource type
Tech paper

 

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