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  • HMI in Autonomous Driving

    4Q 2016 | Application Analysis Report | AN-2339 | 24 pages | 5 charts | 13 figures | PDF

    The interaction between human drivers and consumer vehicles is set to be transformed by autonomous driving. Indeed the transformation has already begun, with semi-autonomous driving coming under greater scrutiny in the wake of recent accidents involving the Tesla Autopilot system. In this report, ABI Research outlines the next generation HMI technologies necessary to safely balance the interaction between drivers and semi-autonomous systems and details how these technologies may be leveraged to deliver additional services to consumers.
     
    Looking further ahead, this report analyses how the role of HMI technologies will develop as vehicle autonomy increases and human contribution to the driving process diminishes.

    Table of Contents

    • 1. INTRODUCTION
    • 2. RECENT EXAMPLES HIGHLIGHTING ISSUES FACING AUTONOMOUS HMI
      • 2.1. Tesla Autopilot
      • 2.2. Inefficacy of Lane Departure Warning
    • 3. DRIVER MONITORING SYSTEMS
      • 3.1. Next-generation Driver Monitoring
    • 4. DMS USE CASES IN AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES
      • 4.1. Driver Attentiveness and Availability
      • 4.2. The Handover
      • 4.3. Occupant Position Monitoring and Passive Safety Optimization
    • 5. ADDITIONAL SERVICES ENABLED BY DMS
      • 5.1. Gesture Control
      • 5.2. UBI/DMS Convergence
      • 5.3. Authentication
      • 5.4. Stranded Passenger Warning
    • 6. AUGMENTED REALITY HEADS-UP DISPLAYS (AR HUDS)
      • 6.1. Semi-autonomous Supervision
      • 6.2. The Handover
      • 6.3. Contextual HMI
    • 7. INTELLIGENT VOICE ASSISTANTS
    • 8. NEXT-GENERATION AUTONOMOUS HMI ECOSYSTEM
      • 8.1. Continental
      • 8.2. FotoNation
      • 8.3. gestigon
      • 8.4. Luxoft
      • 8.5. Visteon
      • 8.6. Harman
      • 8.7. WayRay
      • 8.8. Jungo Connectivity
      • 8.9. EDGE3 Technologies
      • 8.10. Elektrobit (EB) Automotive
      • 8.11. NVIDIA
    • 9. MARKET OUTLOOK FOR AR HUDS AND CAMERA-BASED DMS
    • 10. RELATED RESEARCH