Showcasing new technologies that are shaping the user experience for in-vehicle HMI systems and connected services
“Autonomous and driverless vehicles will have a big impact on our future life,” said Olaf Preissner, Head of UX Automotive and Innovations at Luxoft. “HMI will be one of the key differentiators and key factors for success from manual to autonomous driving. Instead of providing simply status and driving – pleasure, comfort and time savings will become the new priorities. HMI will deliver new entertainment and productivity opportunities for the user, as HMI becomes a strong reason for buying a car in the future.”
While at show, Luxoft also presented its new AllView II demonstrator, a complete user experience (UX) solution that showcases our latest driving technology including situation-aware HMI and its new Agile Messenger co-pilot that’s ensures drivers can stay connected and stay safe. The co-pilot automatically controls how and when you receive your messages according to the driving environment, while additional features ensure you stay in control of your privacy.
One feature of AllView II is the agile messaging co-pilot that provides a seamless and unique system experience crossing mobile and automotive domains effectively. The overall HMI design scenario integrates a user’s wish for seamless and instant communication with advanced automotive HMI technologies and the needs for driving safety considerations. This allows for safer interaction with frequently and widely used connected media information while driving by combining advanced automotive HMI technologies, a driving support-oriented user experience concept, and nomadic device-style graphics design approach.
The agile messaging co-pilot itself is based on a cockpit-level implementation combining advanced HMI technologies like natural language voice technology, spatial gesture recognition, eye-tracking, and an advanced driver monitoring system. The overall HMI design scenario integrates a user’s wish for seamless and instant communication with advanced automotive HMI technologies and the needs for driving safety considerations. The agile messaging co-pilot allows for safer interaction with frequently and widely used connected media information while driving by combining advanced automotive HMI technologies, a driving support-oriented user experience concept, and nomadic device-style graphics design approach.
To learn more about AllView II, you may visit the website here.
Car HMI Award 2016
Presented by we.CONECT, the prestigious Car HMI Award took place on June 20, 2016 as part of the Car HMI Europe 2016 – UX Redefined. The event is a well-established international knowledge exchange platform which took place for the fourth time bringing together more than 200 experts in HMI, usability and user experience in a combination of inspirational keynotes, engaging discussion rounds and networking activities. Luxoft’s project ‘Agile Messaging Co-Pilot’ was awarded the third place recognition.
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