The recent dual conference we report on in this week’s DVN-I Newsletter highlighted the importance of in-cabin sensing for applications including safety (DMS-OMS, adaptive HMI…); security (face recognition…); convenience (mood detection…); comfort (HVAC and seat adjustment…) and more.
HMI will be a central topic at the DVN Interior Think Tank seminar to be held in Köln at the Pullman Hotel on 28-29 November. What I would call ‘adaptive HMI’, particularly, will be the topic of a keynote speech from Forvia.
As a rather new technology, automotive in-cabin sensing is really beginning to gain traction. As we show with a smile in this week’s Coffee Corner, long ago it still would have been the best way to detect what drivers and occupants want and need, especially in terms of safety, as a primary input for adapting systems accordingly.
That’s one of the dimensions the discussion in Köln. All DVN Interior members are invited; please watch for your personal invitation to arrive by email. Save the date: Nov 28, 29! We’re looking forward to seeing you there!