Telematics Update, the reference point for telematics, mobile and web industries and a cornerstone for communications within the automotive industry, has just released their 2012 Human Machine Interface Report: “Develop a Winning HMI Strategy for the Connected Car to Enhance User Experience and Create Product Differentiation”.
Altia’s User Experience Director, Steve Tengler, sat down with Andrew Tolve, Deputy Editor at Telematics Update, to talk about the difficulties that telematics suppliers and OEMs face when differentiating their brand in the HMI market. Click the link to hear what Steve has to say about balancing software development cycles with design to build a unique and successful HMI business model.
The HMI Report will address this topic and others related to HMI, including:
- HMI Market Forecasts to 2016
- Leading OEMs Do’s & Don’ts
- Mitigating Driver Distraction
- Regulatory Trends
- HMI and Connected Car Technology Roadmap
Dave McNamara, former Advanced Infotainment Systems Manager at Ford and report author (with more than 30 years of experience in this field) collected data from an impressive collection of automotive OEMs and suppliers, including Ford, Honda, Volvo, Toyota, Panasonic, Delphi, OnStar, Altia and more to compile the latest information on HMI design, implementation, driver distraction, legislation and market trends. The report will also include detailed case studies from Apple, BMW, Audi, Lexus, Garmin and others.
For more information, visit the 2012 HMI Report Page from Telematics Update.