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Haman executives forecast four trends of automotive technology development in 2019


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3. Improving self-driving requires reconsidering user experience

OEM and Tier Ones have to rethink how humans understand and interact with autopilot technology, thus requiring the redevelopment of the entire dashboard. To ensure that drivers are 100% aware of what is happening, the limitations of the system and what they need to do if they need to drive, it is not enough to add a simple icon. Jason Johnson, Director of User Experience Design of Haman, points out that there are several problems to be solved in redesigning the vehicle dashboard. Does it involve tactile feedback? Is there an audio signal? Are warnings displayed on the head-up display? This year, the user experience of self-driving and semi-self-driving will begin to take shape.

4. The present and future automobiles need a sixth sense, or even a seventh sense.

Tim Van Goethem, Vice President of HARMAN X Advanced Mobile Travel Solutions, predicts that the handover between vehicles (especially Level 2 and 3 self-driving) and humans requires a set of sensor technologies to create a comprehensive environmental view. In the future, there will be a trend to use multiple sensors at the same time, but designers will face challenges and need to integrate multiple sensors in a beautiful, safe and efficient way. New features such as augmented reality and synchronization across cloud platforms will increasingly be used to create a coherent and safe driving experience.

 

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