THE NEW AUTO HMI WILL EVERYWHERE: WHAT WILL IT LOOK LIKE?
Augmented reality, autonomy, visual monitoring, natural language recognition, gesture controls, holographic controls and even car-based drones are transforming the human-machine dialog in vehicles. What will this look like?
Senior Manager Customer Center, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
Continental North America
Creative Director – The Internet of Things Experiences Group
Engineering and Product Manager
THE NEWEST CONCEPTS AND TECH FOR ENHANCING UX
Whether consumers plan to inhabit a vehicle for five years or five minutes, it will be important for vehicles to impress drivers and passengers with beautiful design, smart surfaces, biofeedback and gorgeous OLED displays and lighting. Panelists will discuss the latest and greatest.
North American Director Visible LED Products
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors
Vice President of Interiors Division North America
User Experience Manager
Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America, Inc.
METHODOLOGY WORKSHOP: HANDS-ON DESIGN THINKING FOR AUTOMOTIVE INNOVATION
NEXT GENERATION NAVIGATION AND MAPPING
Advanced Driver Assist Systems, autonomy, weather mapping and security all are converging in the area of navigation, along with augmented reality-enhanced interaction with points of interest and passenger-specific connected applications. How is this technology going to evolve and coexist with increasingly sophisticated mobile device-based systems?
Product Manager & User Experience Manager
Head of Auto OEM Business
WHAT ARE PEOPLE REALLY GOING TO DO IN AUTONOMOUS CARS?
The vision of how humans will interact with self-driving vehicles, fellow passengers and the outside world remains highly speculative. Will they really be reading books or having face-to-face conversations? Panelists will take a more analytical look at how consumer wants and needs will evolve in the age of autonomy and discuss whether too much of the conversation is about what the technology can do rather than what people will expect.
Regional President – Car Multimedia Division
Founder and CEO
Director, User Experience Practice
WHERE WILL MACHINE INTELLIGENCE TAKE US NEXT?
Artificial intelligence is predicted to transform industries like the previous technologies of steam and electricity did in earlier times. Where will AI take vehicles and the user experience both inside and outside the vehicle?
Partner and National Automotive Leader
Manager Advanced User Experience Design
FCA US LLC
Connectivity continues to change every aspect of the automotive user experience. One thing that never changes is the demand to move data faster and more economically, whether it is downloading movies to the infotainment system, over-the-air vehicle software updates or connecting with the IoT. This session explores the latest strategies and technologies for boosting the speed and power of connectivity.