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The Next Generation HMI. Wednesday May 21 st , 2014. FEV W orldwide … Turning innovative ideas into reality. Premier engineering services provider 2,900+ employees Development and system integration & testing of connected vehicle components. DGE’s View of the Connected Vehicle Value Chain.
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The Next Generation HMI Wednesday May 21st, 2014
FEV Worldwide… Turning innovative ideas into reality • Premier engineering services provider • 2,900+ employees • Development and system integration & testing of connected vehicle components
DGE’s View of the Connected Vehicle Value Chain • System Specification • Vendor Management • Local Expertise • Benchmarking • Consulting • Testing • Vendor Management • Integration • Integration • Consulting • Design • Testing • Vendor Management • Benchmarking • Integration • Consulting • Design • Simulation • Testing • Vendor Management • Benchmarking • Consulting • Vendor Management • Benchmarking • TCU Specification • HW/SW Design • TCU Testing • Test Systems • Integration • Simulation • Benchmarking • Vendor Management • Consulting • Testing • Simulation • Benchmarking • Vendor Management • Testing • Benchmarking
A constant flow of new technologies is making its way into the car • New technologies for the car – its well beyond the touchscreen and voice controls • Gestures • Eye Tracking/Controls • Natural Language • Tactile Displays • 3-D • Augmented Bookmarking • etc.
Challenges remain with existing technology • The push for new technologies does not eliminate existing concerns • Poorly integrated and non-intuitive solutions • Slow reaction time • Difficulty connecting to the vehicle • Driver distraction • Costs • etc. • Benchmarking/Testing Scenario: How long until music is available to stream over BT?
The HMI will be more important than ever in the future • With new technologies entering the car • Car2X • Autonomous Driving • ADAS • Connectivity • etc. The HMI of the next generation of vehicles will be more important and dominant than ever and the possibilities for a truly custom and unique driver experience endless
Mike VanNieuwkuyk, Executive Director - J. D. Power and Associates • Mike VanNieuwkuyk is Executive Director, Global Automotive at J.D. Power. He leads the company’s focus on automotive technologies, providing research and consultative services on new vehicle offerings in connectivity, infotainment, safety and alternative powertrain and fuels. He assists OEMs and automotive suppliers in market-driven development of new products and services. • Mr. VanNieuwkuyk has more than 25 years of experience in customer-related research and business development. Prior to his current position, he was vice president of automotive at IAG Research (now Nielsen IAG), where he established their Detroit office and provided business development, market research and account services to domestic automotive marketing and media departments and associated ad and media suppliers. • Earlier, Mr. VanNieuwkuyk managed Advanced Product Development for Lear Corporation, supervising the design and development of future Lear offerings, including innovations in seating, ergonomics, infotainment, storage and interior convenience features.
Jennifer Wahnschaff, VP Instrumentation & Driver HMI - Conti Automotive • Jennifer Wahnschaff is Vice President of Instrumentation and Driver HMI Business Unit in North America. A position she has held since March 2013, following an international delegation with Continental in Germany. In this role, Ms. Wahnschaff is responsible for guiding the product development, technology roadmap and overall organization for the Business Unit in the North American market. • Ms. Wahnschaff joined the company in April 2001 as a Senior Mechanical Engineer in the Interior Division, Instrumentation & Displays Business Unit. Since then she has held numerous leadership positions within Quality, Project and General Management. In 2011, Ms. Wahnschaff and her family relocated to Babenhausen, Germany where she served as the company’s Director of GM and Fiat Global Customer Center. • Ms. Wahnschaff began her distinguished career in the automotive sector with GM/Delphi as a technical student in 1989. She was later promoted to Senior Mechanical Engineer in the Interior Division with GM/Delphi. In 1998, she joined Irvin Takata as Senior Mechanical Engineer and Team Leader for Interior Seating and Sun Visors.
Tim Yerdon, Global Director of Innovation & Design - Visteon • As global director of innovation and design for Visteon Corporation, based in Van Buren Township, Mich., Tim Yerdon is responsible for tracking and analyzing market trends and voice-of-the-consumer data, and translating it into first-to-market product solutions. Working with key internal functions, he also oversees the company’s intellectual property portfolio and technical collaborations with various companies, universities, government agencies and other industry partners. • Yerdon has more than 20 years of automotive experience. Previously he led advanced cockpit electronics, advanced driver awareness systems, the InnovationWorks® organization and the North American marketing team for Visteon. He also held various positions in manufacturing, product development, program management and racing at both Visteon and Ford Motor Co.