AMF-AUT-T2411 - Altia: Breaking Down the Automotive eCockpit Design Challenge

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AMF-AUT-T2411 - Altia: Breaking Down the Automotive eCockpit Design Challenge

AMF-AUT-T2411 - Altia: Breaking Down the Automotive eCockpit Design Challenge

In the past, auto HMI developers approached the instrument cluster, infotainment system and any other auxiliary driver displays as separate projects, each with their own unique challenges and requirements. With eCockpit HMI developers are tasked with approaching the cluster, IVI system, HUD, rear-seat entertainment and other screens in the vehicle as a single system of displays that have been fragmented within the vehicle and even run on a singular MPU. Examine the requirements for these new integrated cockpit systems. Discuss how design teams can deliver consistent language, look and feel across multiple displays with separate and varied purposes. Talk about the concerns related to safety and certification for system as it applies to a variety of auto standards and reveal how teams can successfully design these systems for a single processor family and reuse across low- high-end auto models.

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