Improving scenarios of human-car interactions
Transport and transport infrastructure are changing along with the technology development. As a result, human-car interactions are also changing. Previously non-existent trends appear together with new business models (for example, uberisation and carsharing) and monetisation standards, ADAS systems and self-driving vehicles.
The key task of the Smart Mobility division — implementing efficient scenarios of human-car interactions. Our team implements HMI projects, develops software and supplies electronics to the automotive market.
HMI in the automotive industry
Tomorrow's trends will be systems for active assistance to drivers, using 3D graphics and displays visualising the required information, gesture and voice control technologies, interaction of the vehicle with an external infrastructure.
Cars are becoming increasingly more like gadgets, and applications become a routine problem-solving tool in the car: from using a multimedia content and navigation applications to such functions as parking ticket payment or car fuelling, garage door access, etc.