As In-Vehicle Connectivity & the Resulting Information Overload Floods the Car, Driver Focused HMI
Emerges into the Cornerstone of Growth
developers are becoming preoccupied with that intuitive interface we all carry around with us in the form of a smartphone.
"With HTML5, the OEM can customize the HMI
display for mobile devices and make it informative, cool and personalized to their machine, and because the screen is hosted on a standard web browser, it's easy to access," says Sharon Billi-Duran, product manager for Rockwell Automation's FactoryTalk ViewPoint HMI
Similar to the parent company, EHS, HMI
has successfully implemented and developed wellness programs, including on-site wellness screenings and flu vaccination services.
The integrated automotive HMI
platform is believed to be the first of its kind and was developed by DENSO and BlackBerry using BlackBerry's QNX Hypervisor for virtualization and the Intel Atom processor A3900 series.
"All of these future HMIs
revolve around in-home use with scattered use cases across the phone, in-car, and wearables.
Rising demand for PC based open source human machine interface (HMI
) solutions is expected to influence the demand for interface software and solutions across the world.
Tailored to specific user roles, such as operator or line manager, the HMI
4.0 only displays the processes relevant to the current user.
Therefore, getting the driver back into the loop as fast as possible has been the focus of a large body of research (see , for an overview), as this function of the in-vehicle HMI
can be viewed as a key element for the safety of automated vehicles.
A major new feature of the HMI
consists in its guided workflows, which lead operators through each step of production processes.
Services, through its subsidiary companies HMI
Technical Solutions and HMI
Communications, will provide solutions for customers in new and expanding geographic markets throughout the United States.
Cypress Semiconductor Corp (Nasdaq:CY), a provider of controllers for car infotainment systems, and MyScript, a provider in automotive HMI
technologies, announced on Tuesday that the two companies have joined forces to include MyScript's intuitive and precise handwriting recognition technology to automotive designers worldwide powered by Cypress's Traveo microcontroller (MCU) family.