Automotive HMI and Connectivity Forum Berlin 6/7 February 2018


Automotive HMI and Connectivity is a well-organized knowledge-sharing conference that brings together professionals playing an active role in the scene of HMI, connected-cars and autonomous vehicles. It is a small-scale yet specialized event with 50 participants that provides insightful and inspirational knowledge about automotive HMI and connectivity. At the conference, you will learn, get inspired and glimpse into the automotive future with many like-minded top professionals. Taking place on 6th-7th February 2018 in Berlin, this could be the event for you to deepen your knowledge about the industry and network with others! We have even set up a speed-dating type of event for you to network and swap business cards in an informal environment. 

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  • 2 days – interactive sessions, workshops, panel discussions, networking & experience exchange
  • Expert speakers – industry leading companies, research centers and universities
  • Attendees – limited number thus high-level participation
  • Technological, engineering and business aspects in one format


• Explore a new approach to integrating numerous displays and devices into a single, uniform, integrated user experience
• Learn quantitative time-to-market benefits of a modern, efficient workflow for HMI UI development via an OEM/Tier 1
• Understand the needs of Fleet management software to manage driverless vehicles Level 4 & 5
• Learn the challenges with arise during the development of a high-end VR driving simulator based on a real car
• Get initial information about the new German KoFFI research project in the area of cooperative human-car interaction
• Gain Valuable insight into typical HMI challenges in automotive environment
• Learn more about future of vehicle cockpit HMI system and architecture
• Learn how to define strategies for an effective collaboration between humans and automation
• Understand the impact of human factors & data analytics on HMI design
• Examine how to develop head-up displays (HUDs) & augmented reality (AR) concepts
• Discover how vehicle automation changes HMI requirements & user experience design
• Understand how technical innovations in HMI in automotive are completely changing the in-vehicle user experience
• Discover the potential and challenges of OFF-High Way environment for the HMI field
• Learn about connected agriculture and connected construction site which is characterized by very high multidimensional precision
• Learn more about future technologies that will suceed and really change the way we move people and goods
• Examine how much control will drivers of aerial vehicles have and how much will be vested in air traffic controllers? What sort of information will
be delivered at the HMI?
• Explore developments in the UK, including the Code of Practice for testing on public roads and the Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill
• Gain practical insight into product liability issues for CAVs, including consumer expectation, ‘failure to warn’, and contributory negligence.
• Discover the in-cabin sensing capabilities enabled with computer vision
• Gain insights as to how safer driving experiences are catered with real-time driver monitoring
• Learn about automatic personalization of in-cabin environment with driver recognition
• Gain insights into use-cases on how various industries are utilizing car data to enhance and create new services
• Learn what knowledge and resources are needed for all players across the value chain to overcome the commercial and technological obstacles
to progress in the new digital data marketplace
• Understand how two robots resolve a deadlock situation and how that could be useful for autonomous vehicles on public roads
• Gain insights from McKinsey‘s research on HMI potential disruptions
• Reflect on impact of broader, mobility related trends on passengers‘ and drivers‘ expectations in terms of HMI

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  • Technology, Innovation, Research & Development
  • Autonomous Vehicle
  • Active Safety
  • Connected Drive
  • Control Panels
  • dUX Strategy
  • Driver Interface
  • Ergonomics
  • Human Machine Interaction(HMI)
  • Infotainment
  • UX
  • User Experience
  • Vehicle Dynamics


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Date: 6th – 7th February 2018
Location: Berlin, Germany
Venue: Hotel Eurostars Berlin  


Raffaele Schiavullo
the authorRaffaele Schiavullo
ADMINISTRATOR - Senior 3D/Virtual Reality Specialist and Automotive HMI developer - Working in London and "insanely" passionate about technology and its creative applications


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