Luxoft has already deployed its UI software platform based on the Qt Automotive Suite to develop an instrument cluster for a C-ITS system that alerts a driver of a car that a motorcycle is approaching. It was showcased at the INTERMOT conference in Cologne this October.
Photocaption: The instrument cluster developed by Luxoft for the INTERMOT conference in Cologne
“Robust and intuitive HMI systems will alert drivers and riders of oncoming vehicles that they may not be able to see,” said Dr. Michael Dinkel, Senior Director of Digital Cockpit at Luxoft. “HMI development is an important part of making the communication between cars and motorcycles effective and easy to understand. By using our experience in cooperation with the CMC, we hope to ensure that the mobility revolution makes driving on the roads a safer and personal experience.”
BMW Motorrad, Honda and Yamaha founded the CMC in 2016 to develop technology that will help integrate motorcycles in C-ITS. The CMC is a non-for-profit collaboration between manufacturers, suppliers, researchers and associations that is making motorcycles part of the mobility revolution.
Luxoft has experience in the automotive sector, having recently developed an award-winning HMI interface for electric cars, LUCEE, and played a leading role in co-creating the software platform that underpins Daimler’s state-of-the-art infotainment system featured in the new Mercedes A Class, MBUX. It will leverage this experience to help co-develop motorcycle HMI systems with other CMC members.
To learn more about Luxoft’s HMI developments, visit the website here.
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