FREE Webinar! Frontloading HMI development in the automotive engineering process
When: October 19, 2022
Time: 4pm Stuttgart | 7:30pm Mumbai | 10am Detroit
The way drivers interact with their vehicles is changing thanks to the latest developments in automotive human-machine interface (HMI).
As a result of HMI technological breakthroughs, customer expectations, and the steadily expanding connected and autonomous vehicle markets, cars are slowly transforming into intelligent machines, and an optimized HMI is essential to ensuring that drivers and passengers are at ease with all functionalities offered by cars of today and tomorrow.
Therefore, the industry is looking for ways to shift to a front-loaded design approach relying on virtual prototypes and away from traditional methods.
In this free, 60-minute virtual panel discussion moderated by Professor Lucio Lamberti from Politecnico di Milano, a group of industry HMI experts discuss how these challenges are being approached and handled today within the context of the modern automotive vehicle development process.
Key topics and takeaways:
-Learn how automakers are swiftly and economically deploying HMI upgrades within their new products
-Understand how any change or redesign HMI request is taken into account to align with implementation capabilities
-Discover how simulation and simulators are used to enable and accelerate the modern automotive vehicle development process from an HMI perspective
Emanuele Bianco – ADAS / HMI Expert Engineer, VI-grade
Caterina Capraro – Human Machine Interface Super Sport Cars, Lamborghini
Paolo Pretto – Principal Researcher - Human Factors Research Strategy & Driving Simulator, Virtual Vehicle Research Center
Maximilian Romani – Responsible for HMI and Ergonomics, Ferrari
Republished from VI-grade
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