IHVI controller

  • 15-Mar-2010 06:26 EDT

Daesung Electric’s Intelligent Human Vehicle Interface (IHVI) controller features a steering wheel haptic, Lumino console haptic, and haptic touch screen. The IHVI module provides a control method that operates a switch for operations including HVAC, multimedia, and telematics. The system provides an intuitive and comfortable feedback to the operator through tactile simulation and Lumino lighting (optical detection method that enables the driver to differentiate functions via light). Additionally, the IHVI module provides eyes-forward multifunction controls, haptic effects with dual-mode feedback (lighting and haptic), and reconfigurable user-based graphic display for enhanced customer satisfaction, convenience, and safety.

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