A Brief Survey on Interactive Automotive UI

by   Gowdham Prabhakar, et al.

Automotive User Interface (AutoUI) is relatively a new discipline in the context of both Transportation Engineering and Human Machine Interaction (HMI). It covers various HMI aspects both inside and outside vehicle ranging from operating the vehicle itself, undertaking various secondary tasks, driver behaviour analysis, cognitive load estimation and so on. This review paper discusses various interactive HMI inside a vehicle used for undertaking secondary tasks. We divided recent HMIs through four sections on virtual touch interfaces, wearable devices, speech recognition and non-visual interfaces and eye gaze controlled systems. Finally, we summarized advantages and disadvantages of various technologies.


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