ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) are a core focus area for DVN—lighting is key to driving vision, and can be considered the very first “driver assistant”. Most driver assistants are vision-based, but blind to a crucial variable in the equation: the driver. That’s why DVN Interior keeps a focus on DMS, Driver Monitoring System, as safety will require keeping track of the driver’s state and position at every moment for the foreseeable future, at least up to L3. This week’s in-depth and HMI and Safety Interior News looks at navigation combining automotive grade systems with gaming-level performance, interior safety from every angle, and driver reaction time in case of unexpected events, or to transition automated vehicles
Mercedes-Benz finally took the wraps off their EQS electric sedan. With the “Hyperscreen” spanning the width of the dash, the EQS is meant to comfort and dazzle. We take a look from a designer perspective in this week’s Design Lounge.
Next week, we’ll report on the Shanghai DVN Workshop’s interior sessions, which took place earlier this week. Stay tuned! Not a DVN-I member yet? Subscribe here.