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Featured Speakers :

 Eric Traube
Eric Traube
Senior Engineer/Technical Lead
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), USA
Dr. Dietrich Manstetten
Dr. Dietrich Manstetten
Chief Expert Human-Machine Interaction
Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany
Paul Pangaro
Associate Professor and Chair MFA Interaction Design, Graduate Studies
College for Creative Studies, USA
 Paolo Malabuyo
Paolo Malabuyo
Director UX Design
Netflix Inc., USA
 Trent Victor
Trent Victor
Senior Technical Leader Crash Avoidance
Volvo Car Group, Sweden
 Yi Glaser
Yi Glaser
HMI Engineer
General Motors, USA
 Steven Feit
Steven Feit
Manager / Chief Engineer
Honda R&D Americas Inc., USA
 Reates Curry
Reates Curry
Technical Expert and Human Factors Specialist
Ford Motor Company, USA
 Christopher Andrews
Christopher Andrews
Leader of Emerging Technologies
Visteon Corporation, USA
 Paul Green
Paul Green
Research Professor and Leader Driver Interface Group
University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, USA
 Joel M. Cooper
Joel M. Cooper
Research Assistant Professor, Psychology Department
University of Utah, USA
 Jonathan Dobres
Jonathan Dobres
Research Scientist
MIT AgeLab, USA
 Derek Viita
Derek Viita
Senior Analyst
Strategy Analytics, USA
 Luke Neurauter
Luke Neurauter
Group Leader, Connected and Advanced Vehicle Systems
Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI), USA
 Susan Drescher
Susan Drescher
Product Managment and Human Machine Interface Expert
Continental Automotive Systems, USA
 Richard Young
Richard Young
Research Professor
Wayne State University, USA
 Julie J. Kang
Julie J. Kang
Research Psychologist
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), USA

3rd International Conference Automotive Cockpit HMI USA 2016

Automated Drive - UX/User Experience - Driver Distraction - Connectivity Solutions - Usability - Multi-Modal Solution

The way drivers interact with their cars is evolving, driven by changes in a number of related domains – personal mobile devices, car technology, consumer electronics, demography and economics.

Therefore the ultimate challenge for HMI experts is the creation of an interface that is engaging, functional, easy to reach and use and not distracting. This has become even more important in the automotive cockpit, where the number of instruments and functions directly accessible to the driver has kept rising steadily over the years.

Introducing more content in the car has increased the complexity of UIs, forcing both OEMs and suppliers to think carefully about their development process. It is difficult to create UIs that are easy to use, not distracting and packed with all the features consumers demand. Car companies are starting to think more and more like electronics and high tech companies. Automotive HMI design has become the ultimate tool for brand differentiation for all automotive segments. The arrival of the connected car and the development of automated driving are main drivers.

Key Topics include:

  • Understand customer expectations and experiences and the role of HMI to better develop future HMI designs
  • How can the transition into automated drive be facilitated through an inspiring HMI design? Find out which functionalities can make for an enjoyable automated driving experience
  • Benefit from the latest research results and usability studies in order to improve how the driver accesses necessary data without distraction
  • Discover how advanced connectivity solutions and a multi-modal HMI approach are helping to reduce complexity and driver workload
  • Explore ways how user interfaces can be designed to reduce driver distraction while still responding to consumer demands

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