Be the first to like this
The introduction of Low Carbon Vehicles (LCVs) will present a range of new and unfamiliar technologies to the driver, and to maximise adoption it will be vital for automotive manufacturers to make the driver’s interaction experience with the Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) a positive and rewarding part of the overall LCV ownership experience.
The project takes a user-centred approach to investigate the behaviour, needs, and opinions of LCV users; understanding issues with current products, and identifying the pertinent design problems that need addressing.
• What are the market trends in LCV telematics and HMI, and what solutions are available on current and near term vehicles?
• What learning from persuasive and eco-feedback research can be applied to LCV design?
• What are the most important HMI related issues and behaviours that LCV users experience?