Future intelligent & integrated Concepts,Development and user experience Designin Automotive Cockpit25th – 26 th June 2012...
HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012                  25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin                  O...
HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012                             25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin        ...
HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012                  25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin                  a...
HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012                  25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin                  a...
HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012                  25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin                  a...
HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012                  25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin                  a...
HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012                  25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin                  a...
HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012                  25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin                  a...
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Future intelligent & integrated concepts, development and user experience design in automotive cockpit

Human machine interfaces (HMIs) traditionally consist of multiple systems which allow drivers to interact with their vehicle.
In today's automotive designs, the HMI also displays any feedback from the vehicle to the driver.
This interaction begins the instant one unlocks the car door, continues while driving, and ends the moment the driver gets out and locks the car. It involves the optimal balance of the driver's sensory inputs to make the driving experience both safe and enjoyable.
Some of the more commonly recognized HMI system modules for enhancing the driver's experience are keyless entry, power seats control, side mirror control, occupant detection and most importantly, the vehicle's centre stack where the majority of human-machine interactions take place.
Today, more and more companies are venturing to introduce technologies one would expect to be consumer electronics features into vehicles.
In addition, the HMI is being extended to allow drivers to control and access personal electronics devices, from cell phones to MP3 players, through the car's infotainment system. How drivers interact with these systems is also changing as mechanical buttons give way to capacitive touch inputs, resistive touch screens to capacitive touch screens, standard bulbs to high brightness LEDs, and standard colour to colour mixing solutions. Looking back at some of the new products introduced during the past few years, and knowing what exists in the development pipeline, one can, with some confidence, project what features drivers might be able to select from when buying a new car.
The automotive industry is going through a Human Machine Interface revolution that continues to change the way drivers and passengers interact with their cars.

In this regard, the HMI Transport & Systems Europe will focus and discuss with leading OEMs and suppliers from more than 30 countries strategic approaches, new technologies and ideas in improving developments, concepts & systems in automotive HMI, how to manage HMI in an increasing application infrastructure in the car and how to create the ultimate user experience design.

We look forward to welcoming you!

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  1. 1. Future intelligent & integrated Concepts,Development and user experience Designin Automotive Cockpit25th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol BerlinMore THan 15 Case Studies | IceBreaker Session |World CafÉ session | Challenge your Peershttp://car-hmi.we-conect.com Researched & Developed by
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HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012 25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin OVerview HMi Transport & Systems 2012 SPeakers Main Topics Frankie James, Ph.D., Managing Director - GM Advanced Development, Automation & Processing Technology Silicon Valley > HMI Concepts, Development & Processes General Motors Inc. / USA between OEM’s & Suppliers in an international Dr. Frank Althoff, Group Head HMI / Operating Concepts environment – Challenges for international Volkswagen AG / Germany automotive companies Kazuhide Togai, Manager of Research Department, Development > Model-driven HMI development: Optimization of Engineering Office HMI development processes and efficient Mitsubishi Motors Corporation / Japan cooperation of involved actors and HMI develop- Stephan Durach, Head of Entertainment and Mobile Devices ment & Definition of a reference model-driven BMW Group / Germany development process for HMI systems in the Detlef Kuck, Team Leader Telematics & Navigation Research, automotive sector Technical Expert Infotainment Strategies Global Driver Assistance Concepts & Systems & Active Safety Europe Ford-Werke GmbH / Germany > Embedded vs. accommodated or tethered devices for connectivity and infotainment and „apps“ – Trent Victor, Department Area Manager for Driver Environment The HMI-OEM perspective Volvo Technology Corporation / Sweden > Next Generation Infotainment Solution – Werner Hamberger, Head of Development Control Concept Challenges in managing HMI, Connected Cars & Audi AG / Germany Mobile Apps Dr. Ute Winter, Senior Researcher Human-Machine Interface Lab > Augmented Reality – New dimensions in driver General Motors Advanced Technical Center / Israel assistance and navigation, integration in a safe Stephane Feron, HMI Architecture and Technology Expert display experience of the future and implications Peugeot Citroen Automobiles Velizy Technical Center / France for HMI development Sebastian Paszkowicz, Director at Hands on Human Factors > Visual-haptic interaction feedback in automotive Jaguar & Land Rover Research, Jaguar Cars Limited / UK touch screens Günther Hasna, Chief Technology Officer > Automotive HMI Experience – Standardized car OPTIS GmbH / Germany stereo interfaces to ensure a safe, predictable Dr. Stefan Mattes, Researcher User Interaction, Research & experience Development > Speech Applications as Part of an In-vehicle Daimler AG / Germany Multimodal Interface for Infotainment Systems: Stefan Wolter, Vehicle Interior Technologies Trends, Future Concepts, and the Cultural Ford-Werke GmbH / Germany Challenge for Global Markets Laurent Nicolas, Ergonomics Engineer, HMI expert HMI & User Experience Design Peugeot Citroen Automobiles Velizy Technical Center / France > Cognitive Load and In-Vehicle Human-Machine Alessandro Iviglia, User Interaction - Cognitive Interaction Interaction - HMI Workload Manager, the right Centro Ricerche Fiat S.C.p.A. / Italy information at the right time Glen DeVos, Global Engineering Director for Infotainment and > HMI Development between Design Thinking, Driver Interface User Experience Design and IT: Tier One & OEM Delphi / Germany Perspective Jens Ohler, Director Global Telematic and Infotainment Product > HMI and Total Vehicle Integration system: The Management user experience perspective on Touch Screen Johnson Controls Automotive Electronics / Germany Integrated Haptic, Auditory Feedback, Integrated Mika Rytkönen, Director, Industry Collaboration, Nokia and Human Modelling, Simulation to support Human President, The Car Connectivity Consortium Error Risk and Analysis of Partially Autonomous Nokia Corporation / Finland Driver Assistance Systems Dr. Andreas Keinath, Head of Concept Quality > Mobile Internet, automotive HMI & APPs – BMW AG / Germany Challenges and solutions for the automotive Prashanth Halady, Director, HMI Center of Competence lifecycle, safety and usability Robert Bosch GmbH / Germany Driver distraction, Workload Management, HMI, Dr.-Ing. Gerrit Meixner, Head of the Center for Human-Machine- Interaction (ZMMI) Driver & Safety German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence / Germany > Driver distraction from safety and comfort devices and end-consumer preferences of non- Dr. Frank Försterling, Head of Advanced Technology Infotainment and Connectivity standardized HMI Helmut Windl, Manager HMI Strategy & Design I IC SP CS&S > Infotainment, Connected Car, HMI Concepts and Continental Automotive GmbH / Germany Safety – Challenges for the automotive industry Dr. Rainer Heers, Leader Advanced HMI regarding new performance guidelines (NHTSA Visteon Innovation & Technology GmbH / Germany Guidelines)and limitation impacts for HMI development Dr. Thomas Vöhringer-Kuhnt, Senior Human Factors Engineer, Infotainment Division > Holistic HMI approach focused on human- HARMAN / Germany centred HMI design to optimize safety and ease-of-use Jasper Pauwelussen, Manager Human-Machine Interaction TNO Human Factors / The Netherlands Frederik Diederichs, Human Factors Engineering Fraunhofer IAO / Germany Researched & Developed byhttp://car-hmi.we-conect.com Page 2 / 10
  3. 3. HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012 25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin aGENDAContents ICEBREAKER Session | Sunday, 24th June 2012P. 2 | Overview Speakers we.CONECT ICEBREAKER Main TopicsP. 3 | Icebreaker Our Icebreaker Session consists of small Round Tables with speakers, business partners Icebreaker Session and attendees where the audience will discuss the main challenges and cutting edge Business Partners topics of the conference in a relaxed atmosphere. Glass in hand, make your way aroundP. 4-7 | Conference Day 1 our Round Tables and get to know each other. Enjoy food and drinks at the opening of the Challenge your Peers conference, break the ice and get the show on the road. Evening SessionP. 7-8 | Conference Day 2 Morning Session World Café 20.00 | we.CONECT ask the leaders Pre-conference drinks and Icebreaker Round Tables with speakers, business partners & participants ICEBREAKER Round Table 1 Cognitive Load and In-Vehicle Human-Machine Interaction – HMI Workload Manager, the right information at the right time Jasper Pauwelussen, Manager Human-Machine Interaction, TNO Human Factors / The Netherlands ICEBREAKER Round Table 2 Fraunhofer IAO HMI and e-recuperation mobile demonstrator – Analyzing & Measuring Driver Distraction Live! Frederik Diederichs, Human Factors Engineering, Fraunhofer IAO / Germany Business Partners Mentor Graphics Emenda Software 8005 SW Boeckman Rd | Wilsonville OR., USA 97070-7777 Max Koeppenstr. 2 | 86911 Riederau am Ammersee, Germany Phone: 503-685-7000 | Fax: 503-685-7704 Phone: +49 8807 1384 | Fax: +49 8807 94351 www.mentor.com/embedded Email: werner.hartwig@emenda.eu | www.emenda.eu OPTIS Immersion Corporation BP 275, ZE de La Farlède | 83078 Toulon Cedex 9, France rte de Caux, 5 | 1823 Glion, Switzerland Phone: +33 494 08 66 90 | Fax: +33 494 08 66 97 Phone: +41 79 255 5510 | Email: mgreenish@immersion.com www.optis-world.com www.immersion.com Klocwork K2L GmbH 15 New England Executive Park | Burlington, MA 01803, USA Mannheimer Straße 17 | 75179 Pforzheim, Germany Phone: +1 613 836 8899 | Email: info@klocwork.com Phone: +49 7231 95688 0 | Fax: +49 7231 95688 65 www.klocwork.com Email: info@k2l.de | www.k2l.de Project Partner Media Partner Researched & Developed byhttp://car-hmi.we-conect.com Page 3 / 10
  4. 4. HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012 25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin aGENDA Conference Day 1 | Monday, 25th June 2012 8.00 | Registration with coffee and tea 8.30 | Welcome and introduction by we.CONECT and the Chair Chairman: Dr. Thomas Vöhringer-Kuhnt, HARMAN / Germany we.CONECT HMI Development, Automation & Processing Track 8.40 | Case Study Automotive HMI – Model-driven HMI development in the automotive industry > Model-driven HMI development: Optimization of HMI development processes and efficient cooperation of the involved actors in the roles and HMI development & Definition of a reference model-driven development process for HMI systems in the automotive sector > Model-based interchange format: Domain-specific, model-based interchange format that provides a unified and formal specification of inter-process data HMI development / Machine-readable data interface to enable participants to overcome the „digital gap“ that exists now through the paper-based data exchange & exchange format for an uninterrupted and continuous use of development tools > Platform independent HMI: Develop a domain-specific (formal) unified modelling language for specification of HMI (Abstract) modelling language as an interface between the process participants > Connection between the HMI and application to middleware and to specifying interfaces & better integration of the various stakeholders in the process > Model-based testing: Development process and requirements analysis / Definition and development of data model / development of description language & prototypical implementation of the modelling language tools / Test Automation with Model-Based Testing Dr.-Ing. Gerrit Meixner, Head of the Center for Human-Machine-Interaction (ZMMI), German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence / Germany 9.20 | Case Study HMI concepts and development process – facing the challenges in an international environment > Handling heterogeneous requirements > Phases in the HMI development process > Scope of HMI work from instrument clusters, headunits to mobile services > Iterative User-centered usability evaluation > Experiences from working with multiple partners during the individual development steps Dr. Frank Althoff, Manager Group Head HMI / Operating Concepts, Volkswagen AG / Germany 10.00 | Case Study Integrating New Technologies and Trends into Automotive HMI Design: From the Demo Stage to the Lab to the Garage > Concepts and ideas can come from a variety of sources > Act as a gate to match the pace of consumer electronics to automotive timelines > Proof of concept prototypes critical to technology acceptance Frankie James, Ph.D., Managing Director - GM Advanced Technology Silicon Valley, General Motors Inc. / USA 10.40 | Refreshment break with Networking Zone we.CONECT Concepts & Systems Track (1) HMI & User experience Design-Usability: User centred design, ergonomics & hedonomics 11.10 | Case Study HMI Concepts & Systems: Human Modelling in a driver analyzing context: challenges and benefits from the view of Mitsubishi > Concept and structure for a Driver Model Being Capable to Improve Performance with Learning > A proper driver model is required for Model Based Development. > Human driving behaviour is different from that of electronic controller. > Structure of the driver model is proffered being capable to represent various skill levels. > Driving skill will be learned and improved with experience Kazuhide Togai, Manager of Research Department, Development Engineering Office, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation / Japan Researched & Developed byhttp://car-hmi.we-conect.com Page 4 / 10
  5. 5. HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012 25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin aGENDA Conference Day 1 | Monday, 25th June 2012 11.50 | Case Study Next Generation Infotainment Solution – Challenges in managing HMI, Connected Cars & Mobile Apps > Market Trends / Next Generation Infotainment – Challenges / The HMI Server Approach > Mobile Internet, automotive HMI & APPs – Challenges and solutions for the automotive lifecycle, Safety and Usability > How to manage the growing number of Input / Output devices in the car: more displays, speech, touch, rotary, gesture… > How to personalize the car, how to avoid driver distraction – Sophisticated models and integrated approach > Determine the key technical attributes like open SDKs and APIs that OEMs, wireless Carriers, Tier 1s and content providers must employ to deliver content direct to the driver > Which devices, content and applications are set for mass in-car adoption to prepare your future solutions > Perceptions toward existing and potentially new infotainment concepts and alignment to complex consumer requirements Dr. Frank Försterling, Head of Advanced Technology Infotainment and Connectivity, Continental Automotive GmbH / Germany 12.30 | Lunch with Networking Zone we.CONECT Concepts & Systems Track (2) HMI & User experience Design-Usability: User centred design, ergonomics & hedonomics 13.40 | Case Study Ford Next Generation HMI for Automotive Applications – How technology and innovation can enhance personal freedom and mobility despite expanding vehicle populations and implications for concepts & development of HMI’s > Ford SYNC Platform – Mobile connectivity & Mobile Applications > Eco HMI, Customer acceptance, driver distraction, functional feasibility > Audible Text Messages & Multilingual Intelligence Detlef Kuck, Team Leader Telematics & Navigation Research, Technical Expert Infotainment Strategies Global Driver Assistance & Active Safety Europe, Ford / Germany Stefan Wolter, Vehicle Interior Technologies, Ford / Germany 14.20 | Case Study Optimizing the visual ergonomics of your Human Machine Interface: Software tricks of the trade > Optimize perceived quality by accurately simulating materials, colours and latest light source technologies > Model the HMI taking into account human vision > Take into account any lighting conditions, day and night driving > Simulate screens as emissive sources Günther Hasna, Chief Technology Officer, OPTIS GmbH / Germany 15.00 | Case Study Application development for mobile devices: Implications for platforms, software management & challenges for HMI concepts & systems between Supplier & OEM Stephan Durach, Head of Entertainment and Mobile Devices, BMW Group / Germany 15.40 | Refreshment break with Networking Zone we.CONECT Challenge your peers – What would you do? In up to six round tables, each with six moderators, the participants interact, describe & discuss their specific issues, approaches and solutions regarding the conference topic. we.CONECT finds out in advance with a special inquiry approach the most important issues facing the participants. 16.10 | Parallel Round Tables Based on your input from the delegate checklist, we will create a round table session involving an interactive discussion with your peers. Round Table 1 HMI and challenges for Processes & Concept Development > HMI Concepts, Development & Processes between OEM ’s & Suppliers > From concept to implementation, how to proceed? > Challenges HMI development, Design, Prototyping > Head-Unit vehicle Roadmap > How much will nomadic devices are integrated in cars? How will the vehicle HMI be affected by this? > How to describe human property and to implement such property in model based vehicle development? > Will the emergency of new HMI technologies and solutions change the Automotive HMI supply chain significantly in the future? > Model-based HMI development > HMI technology suppliers? > How to proceed from concept making to final product? > What do you know about Qt, the cross platform development framework? Dr. Ute Winter, Senior Researcher Human-Machine Interface Lab, General Motors Advanced Technical Center / Israel Researched & Developed byhttp://car-hmi.we-conect.com Page 5 / 10
  6. 6. HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012 25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin aGENDA Conference Day 1 | Monday, 25th June 2012 Round Table 2 HMI Development between Design Thinking, User Experience Design and IT > How to best combine different modalities for a natural user experience in a user-centred design approach? > Design HMI and New Concepts? > Usability / UX-Testing > Vehicle evaluation process with human behaviour model > Modern GUI design (Optimisation ‒ time-to-market, flexibility and customisation) Dr. Rainer Heers, Leader Advanced HMI, Visteon Innovation & Technology GmbH / Germany Round Table 3 Operating concept, user experience design, multi media interfaces, haptic touch, HMI upgrades and wireless technology requirements for popular apps in the field of tension between car and consumer needs – Device integration options and HMI approaches > Mobile Internet, Mobile Devices, Automotive HMI & Apps? > Directions for Wireless Communications? > High Speed Data Communications in Vehicles? > HMI and connectivity SW modules? > Wireless Connectivity Vehicle to Vehicle and Vehicle to Personal? > Natural Interfaces > Next Generation Infotainment Solution – Challenges in managing HMI, Connected Cars & Mobile Apps > What is the roadmap of OEM infotainment in terms of contents and technology? Jens Ohler, Director Global Telematic and Infotainment Product Management, Johnson Controls Automotive Electronics / Germany Round Table 4 Tools, applications, systems and new trends > Trends and future concepts for HMI, haptic and visual perception > Hand Writing & Gestures Recognition > Target Framework for Speech Dialog Systems and further improvement of EB Guide > What display technologies are useful for augmented reality? > HUD applications, trends and directions (technologies and applications) > HMI & Infotainment – Connectivity trends in car? > How to manage interaction concepts for new loads of functions (connected car, infotainment)? > Trends in Automotive infotainment systems, what are factors influencing choice of platforms for Automotive Infotainment Systems > HTML5 vs Android vs Flash – what are the factors affecting choice of Framework? > Automotive infotainment software platform (Rear Seat Entertainment Systems) > Modelling of Human Behaviour > What is the big Picture of next generation in car-speech interaction > New intuitive display concepts for new driving concepts (hybrid, e-cars) and connected cars Frankie James, Ph.D., Managing Director - GM Advanced Technology Silicon Valley, General Motors Inc. / USA 17.00 | Case Study Visual-haptic feedback interaction in automotive touchscreens > Delaying or removing touchscreen visual feedback increases visual workload > Touchscreen haptic feedback counteracts effects of degraded visual feedback > Drivers make fewer glances during touchscreen tasks with haptic feedback enabled > Driving performance is degraded by interaction with in-car technology > Haptic feedback improves users’ experience of an in-car touchscreen interface Sebastian Paszkowicz, Director at Hands on Human Factors, Jaguar & Land Rover Research, Jaguar Cars Limited / UK 17.40 | Case Study Challenges and Approach in developing next-generation car MMI interface & system > MMI touch – new technologies for new control concepts > A revolution in operation: Character recognition > Auxiliary infotainment features – the Black Panel technology > Adaptability to different vehicle types and markets > Haptic HMI – Learning from the past, Shaping the Future: Migration and evolution-capable design of human-machine interaction on the example of cooperative management of highly automated vehicles Werner Hamberger, Head of Development Control Concept, AUDI AG / Germany Researched & Developed byhttp://car-hmi.we-conect.com Page 6 / 10
  7. 7. HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012 25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin aGENDA Conference Day 1 | Monday, 25th June 2012 we.CONECT Standards & Norms Track Challenges in defining and approaches in implementing standards & guidelines for next generation HMI R&D 18.20 | Case Study Connected Drive, HMI and Safety – Challenges for increasing driver experience and profit > Understanding how connectivity developments will impact HMI systems > Critical issues related to driver distraction and the user experience > Integrating active safety systems with adaptive HMI to enable safer connectivity solutions > Implications for HMI development, standards and definition of guidelines Glen DeVos, Global Engineering Director for Infotainment and Driver Interface, Delphi / Germany DINNER IN A RELAXED ATMOSPHERE TO CONCLUDE THE FIRST CONFERENCE DAY 20.00 | Networking Dinner aGENDA Conference Day 2 | Tuesday, 26th June 2012 we.CONECT Morning Session Parallel short talks with a thematic focus 8.00 | Case Study Vehicle HMI Concepts for Future Mobility and Connectivity Scenarios – Vehicle HMI – User experience in future mobility > Connectivity re-visited: Implications from a seamless mobile life perspective > Recent case study – a 2020 concept vehicle implementation > Implications for future Cockpit Electronics and Software Systems Dr. Rainer Heers, Leader Advanced HMI, Visteon Innovation & Technology GmbH / Germany 8.30 | Case Study HMI Development between Design Thinking, User Experience Design and IT: A Tier-One-Perspective > Blending Integrated Navigation Systems with Portable Flexibility > Update the HMI over Vehicels’ Lifetime > Run-time Adaptive User Interfaces and Context-Sensitive Feature Activation Dr. Thomas Vöhringer-Kuhnt, Senior Human Factors Engineer, Infotainment Division, HARMAN / Germany 9.00 | Welcome and introduction by we.CONECT and the Chair Chairman: Dr. Thomas Vöhringer-Kuhnt, HARMAN / Germany Researched & Developed byhttp://car-hmi.we-conect.com Page 7 / 10
  8. 8. HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012 25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin aGENDA Conference Day 2 | Tuesday, 26th June 2012 we.CONECT World Café The World Café will be initiated with lectures lasting 10 minutes 9.10 | Short Statement Processing & Development Café I Infotainment, Connected Car, HMI Concepts and Safety – Challenges for the automotive industry regarding new performance guidelines (NHTSA Guidelines) and limitation impacts for HMI development Trent Victor, Department Area Manager for Driver Environment, Volvo Technology Corporation / Sweden 9.15 | Short Statement User Experience Design Café I Touch operations and gestures as new modes of interaction in vehicles > Can touch operations and gestures play a main role in future vehicle HMI? > Do the principles we currently learn from consumer devides transfer to vehicles? > What are the pros and cons, e.g. with respect to active safety? Dr. Stefan Mattes, Researcher User Interaction, Research & Development, Daimler AG / Germany 9.20 | Short Statement User Experience Design Café II Driving informations displayed close to the road: Perspectives of ergonomics and technology on two solutions: Combiner HUD and instrument cluster above the steering wheel > Ergonomic comparison of different locations for displaying driving informations > Combiner HUD solution > Instrument cluster above the steering wheel solution > Solutions for the future? Stephane Feron, HMI Architecture and Technology Expert, Peugeot Citroen Automobiles Velizy Technical Center / France Laurent Nicolas, Ergonomics Engineer, HMI Expert, Peugeot Citroen Automobiles Velizy Technical Center / France 9.25 | Short Statement Driver Distraction and Workload Management Café Challenge for Safe Infotainment: How to improve safety of Automotive Multimedia Interfaces by interaction design? > To which extent can interaction design contribute to safe usage? > Are the new features from the smart phone and social media world too complex for in-car usage or can we master the challenge with better interaction design? > Touch-based vs. controller-based interaction, what is safer for which tasks? > How to improve the interaction design process in respect of safety? Helmut Windl, Manager HMI Strategy & Design I IC SP CS&S, Continental Automotive GmbH / Germany 9.30 | Short Statement Processing & Development Café II Interfaces for heavy and commercial vehicles ‒ User-Centred Design Process, Prototyping & Human-centred design processes for interactive systems > Touch screen interface > Capacitive controls > New design of dashboard and distribution of truck controls > Logic and flow and finally design and graphics Alessandro Iviglia, Senior Manager, User Interaction - Cognitive Interaction, Centro Ricerche Fiat S.C.p.A. / Italy 9.40 | START WORLD CAFÉ | EACH SESSION LASTS 30 MINUTES we.CONECT and the chair open the World Café, explaining the principles and set the World Café etiquette. Processing & Development Café I User Experience Design Café I User Experience Design Café II Driver Distraction and Workload Processing & Development Café II Management Café 12.10 | Lunch with Networking Zone 13.30 | World Café Panel Discussion Presentation of the key results of the World Café and the individual interviews Researched & Developed byhttp://car-hmi.we-conect.com Page 8 / 10
  9. 9. HMi Tr ansport & Systems 2012 25 th – 26 th June 2012 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin aGENDA Conference Day 2 | Tuesday, 26th June 2012 14.00 | Case Study Transition from Function HMI to Vehicle HMI and implications for User Experience > Influence of Consumer & Technology Trends > Key challenges for future Automotive HMI > Solution Domain: Role of User Experience, Technology, Business models Prashanth Halady, Director, HMI Center of Competence, Robert Bosch GmbH / Germany we.CONECT HMI, Driver & Safety, Driver distraction and Workload Management Track 14.40 | Case Study Developing HMI for electric vehicles: Lessons learned from MINI E field trials > Insights from worldwide study of electric vehicles (GER, US, UK, FR, JP, CN) > Social media analysis to gain additional customer feedback > Definition of Customer needs from objective and subjective usage data > Iterative Design and evaluation process to meet customerneeds Dr. Andreas Keinath, Head of Concept Quality, BMW AG / Germany 15.20 | Refreshment break with Networking Zone we.CONECT Process Track (2) 15.50 | Case Study Speech Applications as Part of an In-vehicle Multimodal Interface for Infotainment Systems: Trends, Future Concepts, and the Cultural Challenge for Global Markets > Uniqueness of speech application design in the automotive environment > General Motors speech application design: natural, cooperative, user-centered > Speech mode as part of a multimodal interface to enable infotainment systems > Cultural speech interface design challenge for global markets Dr. Ute Winter, Senior Researcher Human-Machine Interface Lab, General Motors Advanced Technical Center / Israel 16.30 | Case Study Automotive HMI Experience – Connectivity Consortium – Standardized car stereo interfaces to ensure a safe, predictable experience in all cars > Industry needs one standard for connecting Smartphones with cars: MirrorLink as a choice > Car context is unique and requires specific UX design > Industry needs one application development guidelines and certification process for in-car apps > Creation of an open and scalable ecosystem for boosting innovation > Developing common application development guidelines and certification process > Create an open and common solutions that a Smartphone and an IVI system can work better together > HMI strategy for enabling safe and convenient and intuitive driver access to on-board and off-board services and content Mika Rytkönen, Director, Industry Collaboration, Nokia and President, The Car Connectivity Consortium, Nokia Corporation / Finland 17.10 | Closing words from the chair and end of the conference REFERENCES OF OUR PAST conferences “Very interesting, professional organized event with competent and international presence.“ Tobias Zaers, Bilfinger Berger Industrial Services GmbH “I would like to congratulate you for the professionalism of your organization and all the special sessions you organized in order to generate discussions between attendees and get to know each other.“ Philippe Heim, TOTAL Refining & Chemicals Belgium “I certainly enjoyed the sections and sessions – Top Organisation & Conference!“ Kaveh Pourteymour, BP Researched & Developed byhttp://car-hmi.we-conect.com Page 9 / 10
  10. 10. For more detailed informationabout Our speakers and interactive segmentsplease visithttp://car-hmi.we-conect.comWe are looking forward to welcoming you! Researched & Developed by

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