14 - 16 May, 2017
Düsseldorf, Germany

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Agenda Cockpit HMI Europe 2017

Key themes for the 2017 edition:Meet customer expectations and enhance usability by identifying specific needs of different user personas

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Human Factors Design Assistance for Driver-Vehicle Interfaces

This presentation by Eric Traube of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration showcases the NHTSA's framework of human factors principles for the design of automotive HMI

Can Vehicle HMI Technology Catch Up to Consumer Electronics

This article by Colin Pawsey of Automotive IQ questions whether BMW, FCA, Harman, Bosch, and Hyundai's recent infotainment/telematics projects can ever hope to compete with the adaptability and development cycles of consumer electronics. Download the PDF to find out how these companies are proactively trying to harmonize collaboration in both...

Human Factors in Traffic - From Assisted to Automated Driving

Dr. Dietrich Manstetten of Robert Bosch presents on human factors in traffic, examining the following points:Results from public funded project UR:BAN MVHMI challenges when advancing from assisted to automated driving. From distraction to situational awareness - the role of driver monitoringInteraction concepts for highly automated drivingIntention recognition and behavior predictionAnalysis of...

Calibrating Trust in Automated Systems

Siddartha Khastgir, human factors researcher at the University of Warwick, presents a paper he co-authored 'Calibrating Trust to Increase the Use of Automated Systems in a Vehicle'

Elegant Solutions: An Interview with Google's Golden Krishna

In the lead-up to the 4th Annual Cockpit HMI conference in Ann Arbor, MI, Automotive IQ sat down with presenter Golden Krishna to discuss his work on Google's design strategy to shape the future of Android, trends in interface design, the challenges of going screenless, and how we can build...

Data Security in Connected Vehicles

Vehicle connectivity and highly automated functions are becoming a double-edged sword. Software and embedded technologies are taking over more and more safety-critical functions, and in turn, we're seeing a parallel increase in security risks. The more data being collected, stored, and transmitted by a connected vehicle interface, the bigger the...

Expert Interview with Continental Automotive GmbH and University of Salzburg

In the run-up to Automotive IQ's conference on Human Machine Interfaces, Continentals Dr. Voehringer-Kuhnt and Alexander Meschtscherjakow from the University of Salzburg gave us the opportunity to talk to them about the challenges of the topic and what they will be doint at the conference.