Integrated software platform

Image: eb 001.jpg

EB Guide 5.4, the latest version of EB (Elektrobit)’s in-vehicle human-machine interface (HMI) development platform, enables carmakers and suppliers to create multimodal HMIs for a seamless user experience. According to EB, the new version of the platform offers carmakers more flexibility, shortens time to market, and reduces the cost of designing HMI. It supports speech, gesture, and multitouch interaction. In addition, EB presents in a technology demonstrator how web-based applications using HTML5 can be safely and conveniently integrated in embedded automotive HMIs generated with the platform. Other features include 3-D graphical animation and effects, voice interaction, and haptic input.

Share
HTML for Linking to Page
Page URL
Grade
Rate It
0.00 Avg. Rating

Read More Articles On

2014-09-15
With the recent focus on the efficiency of vehicle electronics, automotive manufacturers are looking for tantalum capacitors with lower equivalent series resistance.
2014-09-15
Excelfore enables simplified audio-video interconnectivity using Ethernet audio-video bridging, which leads to lower cost and system weight for infotainment systems in vehicles.
2014-09-04
Toyota announced on Sept. 4th that it will pump $35 million into its Collaborative Safety Research Center (CSRC) in Ann Arbor, MI, to focus on safety technologies related to connected- and automated-vehicle technologies. 
2014-09-15
Q-Prime from Multek Flexible Circuits Inc. is a flexible circuit technology developed specifically for applications where efficient heat dispersion is required, and is especially useful for LED applications.

Related Items

Training / Education
2010-03-15
Article
2014-09-15
Technical Paper / Journal Article
2004-03-08
Article
2014-06-12
Technical Paper / Journal Article
2004-03-08
Technical Paper / Journal Article
2004-03-08
Technical Paper / Journal Article
2004-03-08