Delivery vehicle HMI must be simple and integrated

In the often chaotic world of last mile delivery, intuitive HMI design can make drivers’ lives far easier. By Jack Hunsley

While working on bustling city streets to ever-tightening schedules, the last thing any last mile delivery driver needs is to be frustrated by their vehicle’s human-machine interface (HMI) design. Clunky integration of voice controls and satellite navigation can hamper a driver’s productivity and concentration, resulting in late deliveries and, in the worst-case scenario, a crash. Mastering HMI design in this commercial vehicle segment is vital.

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