How will user experience and HMI be affected by start-ups in 2020?

expertise from companies such as Gestigon, Affectiva and German Autolabs, writes Xavier Boucherat

Advances in connectivity and electronics, coupled with the increasing number of features built into cars, are introducing ever more advanced human-machine interfaces (HMI) and transforming the user experience (UX) for drivers. More radical transformation can be expected as further autonomy is introduced to the road, as the function of cockpits changes.

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