6. International VDI Conference - Automotive HMI and Connectivity
- Gain insight into the newest industry thinking about automated driving and vehicle connectivity in relation to HMI.
- Learn about new HMI technology, including virtual and augmented reality as well as artificial intelligence.
- Find out about the road safety implications of these new technologies and external communication of vehicles
- Expand your professional network at an exclusive evening get-together and discuss and exchange ideas with international experts in the field at the conference.
The VDI Automotive HMI & Connectivity conference will discuss the development of the Human Machine Interface (HMI) in relation to developments in autonomous driving, the interaction between driver and vehicle as well as the communication and connection between various vehicles themselves (V2X). By taking part, you will learn about a wide variety of innovation and technology in the areas of cockpit design, user experience, user research and testing, artificial intelligence, HMI control as well as road safety, amongst others. Be part of the future of mobility at this innovative VDI conference.
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Man and machine as one?
Autonomous driving is on the rise and we are starting to see increasing numbers of automated vehicles on the road. These so-called ‘mixed traffic environments’ require new approaches to the Human Machine Interface (HMI) as well as different ways of looking at information and communication flows. New developments in areas such as augmented and virtual reality provide for exciting new options in HMI by improving user experiences and increasing levels of digitalization in vehicles. Furthermore, user demands are constantly changing and manufacturers and developers need to keep pace with consumer tastes, trends and behaviors.
The VDI Automotive HMI & Connectivity conference will look at how the connection between man and machine can respond to these new technological breakthroughs and a constantly changing reality on our roads. From autonomous driving and increasing connectivity to the Internet of Things (IoT) and Vehicle Communication (V2X), this conference will look at the future of mobility and give you the opportunity to discuss, engage and exchange ideas with professionals and experts in the field.
Content of the Conference
The VDI Automotive HMI & Connectivity conference will cover the following areas, amongst others:
- HMI under the influence of increased automated driving
- Internal and external HMI
- Increasing complexity and multi-modular HMI concepts – customization vs. standardization
- New technologies in the cockpit (Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality)
- HMI & User experience
- Artificial Intelligence for an enhanced UX
- HMI controls and technologies: From hard keys to natural voice interaction
- User research and testing
- Road safety: Driver monitoring (DMS) and advanced driver assistance (ADAS)
- V2X, V2V & IoT
- HMI Software: Device connectivity and smartphone integration
We are currently preparing the final program for you. You will soon be able to download it here.
Target audience for the conference
The VDI Automotive HMI & Connectivity conference is specifically designed for managers, specialists, experts and professionals working in the following areas, amongst others:
- Automotive OEMs and suppliers
- IT experts in HMI, UX, UI, Infotainment
- (User) research institutes
Your Conference Chair
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerrit Meixner, Managing Director, UniTyLab, Heilbronn University.
You work in vehicle design, engineering or manufacturing and are interested in how the human machine interface will change as a result of developments in connectivity, digitalization and automation? You’d like to be at the forefront of new developments in mobility and learn about cockpit design, user experience and connected cars. Then book your space at the VDI Automotive HMI & Connectivity conference now.
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