Vasily Suvorov, vice president technology strategy, Luxoft, on multi-screen technology, Big Data and the need for driver-centric workload management.
In this video from Telematics Detroit 2013, Vasily Suvorov, vice president technology strategy, Luxoft, talks to TU’s Andrew Tolve about the future of human-machine interface (HMI) design. According to him, future HMIs will incorporate multiple screens, including head-up displays and mobile devices of the car's occupants. Customer relationship management will grow in importance, with younger drivers, who no longer care to know about their cars, being the primary beneficiaries. And workload management solutions will play an increasingly prominent role in mitigating driver distraction.
(Suvorov's presentation at Telematics Detroit 2013 – Creating a dynamic HMI for next-gen device integration – is available on demand through TUWebcast.)
Andrew Tolve is a regular contributor to TU.
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