AIMMIT - Automotive Integration of MultiModal Interaction Technologies

New interaction technologies enable alternatives to the traditional, mostly visual-manual, modalities. A user interface that combines traditional and new modalities may be both safer and more attractive to customers/users.

The aim of the project is to explore the potential benefits of different multimodal HMI concepts for current and future vehicle functionality. The overall goals are increased safety, customer/user satisfaction and competitiveness.

The knowledge gained in this project will be applied in future development of new generations of cockpit HMI that enables the driver to: (i) perform complex secondary tasks with minimal visual distraction and a high level of user acceptance, and (ii) enable an intuitive and user friendly user interface for emerging functions, like autonomous driving and advanced active safety functions.

Project leader: Claes Edgren, Volvo Cars Cooperation

Participants

MariAnne Karlsson (contact)

Professor vid Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Design and Human Factors

Lars-Ola Bligård

Forskare vid Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Design and Human Factors

Fredrick Ekman

Projektassistent vid Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Design and Human Factors

Mikael Johansson

Projektassistent vid Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Design and Human Factors

Collaborations

Semcon

Göteborg, Sweden

Viktoria Swedish ICT

Göteborg, Sweden

Volvo Car Corporation

Gothenburg, Sweden

Funding

VINNOVA

Funding Chalmers participation during 2014–2016

Related Areas of Advance and Infrastructure

Information and Communication Technology

Areas of Advance

Sustainable development

Driving Forces

Transport

Areas of Advance

More information

Latest update

2016-12-15