The human-machine interface of the future, Hyundai-style

Megan Lampinen speaks to Hyundai about developments in HMI as vehicles take on more of the driving tasks

Automotive designers have long been guided by the need to make the human-machine interface (HMI) as user-friendly and intuitive as possible. The digital revolution and the wave of new in-car technologies sent ripples through automotive design, but that was nothing like the tsunami that automated driving promises to introduce. As vehicles take on more driving tasks, the traditional HMI is no longer sufficient. Over the next few years, partially automated driving functionality will introduce a fresh set of requirements for communication between the vehicle and the human behind the wheel….

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