Video: The future of HMI design and cockpit differentiation

Video: The future of HMI design and cockpit differentiation

In this video from Telematics Detroit 2013, Andrew Poliak, director of business development, automotive, QNX, talks to TU's Andrew Tolve about building interactive in-car displays using DLP rear projection; implementing multiple application environments that run HTML5 next to Qt and Android, all in one system; and new trends in HMI/cockpit differentiation.

“One of the things we see is a number of car companies really considering not just independent discreet systems like [an instrument] cluster or telematics or infotainment, but rather looking at the whole cockpit experience, even all the way down to the portable device you bring in,” he says.

But, even more so, Poliak sees the next HMI/cockpit differentiation trend in content personalization. “I think, in the future, you will see this blending of the automotive HMI, the prortable device experience and the Cloud experience, all into a seamless personalized content experience,” he says.

Andrew Tolve is a regular contributor to TU.

For all the latest telematics trends, check out Telematics Munich 2013 on Nov. 11-12 in Munich, Germany, Telematics for Fleet Management USA 2013 on Nov. 20-21 in Atlanta, Georgia, Content and Apps for Automotive USA 2013 on Dec. 11-12 in San Francisco, Consumer Telematics Show 2014 on Jan. 6 in Las Vegas, Telematics for Fleet Management Europe 2014 on March 12-13 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Content and Apps for Automotive Europe 2014 on April 8-9 in Munich, Germany.

For exclusive telematics business analysis and insight, check out TU’s reports: Telematics Connectivity Strategies Report 2013The Automotive HMI Report 2013Insurance Telematics Report 2013 and Fleet & Asset Management Report 2012.

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