Automotive consumers are expecting the same look and feel from their vehicle infotainment systems as their smart phones. As automakers prepare for a world of self-driving cars, they’re experimenting with many different types of human-machine interface technologies (HMIs), including interior-facing cameras, gesture and voice controls and touch-sensitive surfaces to integrate with the driver. This is all supported by new and smarter computing platforms. Customers value in-car technology as much as their car's driving performance. A Society knows how to develop and deploy cloud-based software tools and enable and improve applications such as gesture recognition, driver monitoring systems and blind spot detection. We enable mobility companies to establish market- leading trends for next generation In-Vehicle Experiences.
Filip Rosander, Head of Automotive & Mobility North America, firstname.lastname@example.org