we.CONECT is launching the first online event automotive HMI and UX development: SCALEUP 360° Car HMI will be taking place 11-12 April 2019.
SCALEUP 360° Car HMI offers 10 free live webinars and case studies by decision makers and industry thought leaders on challenges in HMI and UX development. Engage with your peers in real-time – right from your desk. Sign up now!
ScaleUp 360 Car HMI topics:
Best practices to overcome Human-Machine Interfaces (HMI) complexity – Allowing drivers to perform infotainment and control input tasks without affecting driving performance
How do complete user interfaces that cover graphics, voice recognition and augmented reality functions look like?
How to coordinate HMI with autonomous vehicles sensors to deliver life-saving driving support?
Monitoring the driver – How cars detect driver drowsiness and distraction and provide alerts
What are solutions to provide more intuitive control of gesture commands for communication, entertainment and driving dynamics in the cockpit?
Providing a customized in-car experience – How to authenticate a driver keyless and load customized driving environment in terms of vehicle behavior and infotainment?
How do innovative handwriting recognition technologies enable natural human-machine interfaces (HMI) for different writing modes?
What are state of the art backend solutions and cloud infrastructures behind car connectivity?
Leading the way – What are navigation solutions that include positioning, core technology, electronic horizons and even predictive navigation?
Getting the voice of the customer – How can HMI technology work as a direct feedback channel from consumers to car makers to facilitate improving their products?
The SCALEUP 360° Car HMI will be supported by a variety of different speakers.
Here are just some of the highlights that await us in April:
Benefits of augmented-reality head-up displays for automated driving – Continental, Head of Center of Competence HMI, Thomas Vöhringer-Kuhnt
Personalised UX: Machines that interact on an individual basis with people – Jaguar Land Rover, Technical Specialist, Alan Armstrong
Integration Rethought – Synergy of physical and digital interaction in vehicle interiors – BMW Group, Senior HMI Expert, Josef Schumann
Perception of Comfort & Interaction with HMI Design in Autonomous and Shared Vehicles – Royal College of Art, Deputy Director, Cyriel Diels
Join us when automotive decision makers and leading technical professionals present their use cases, concepts, technical challenges and innovations in in HMI and UX development.
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