Tag Archives: human machine interface

An image of traffic at night, using a slow shutter speed in order to blur the look of the vehicle's lights for artistic effect.

Fully Autonomous Vehicles: Reinventing Driving for a Safer World

Looking ahead, one thing is clear: Rapidly evolving technology is critical to the future of fully autonomous driving. Recently, I wrote about what goes on under the hood of the latest automated vehicles. Others in my field have covered the … Read more >

A stock image tries to recreate the mood of Michelangelo's "The Creation of Adam" by having a person touch a computer screen.

Building Trust in Autonomous Vehicles: Active Safety Systems Must Converge with In-Vehicle Infotainment

This is the third in a series of blog posts based on Intel research into human-machine interfaces (HMIs) for automated driving. Read the first and second in this series. In my previous articles, I’ve written about why it’s so important … Read more >

A man lets his new road trip buddy, his automated vehicle, take over the driving.

Trusting the Ride: Four Capabilities at the Heart of Automated Vehicles

This is the first in a series of blog posts on Intel research into human-machine interfaces (HMIs) for automated driving. As Intel’s principal engineer and chief systems engineer for automated driving solutions, I’ve been working on some exciting research in … Read more >

A passenger leans out of an automated vehicle to snap a picture of the beautiful scenery.

Building Trust Between Human and Machine on the Road to Automated Vehicles

It’s a tremendously exciting time to work in smart and connected transportation. Automated vehicles are redefining our relationship with automobiles, and the promise of fully automated driving—zero accidents, less pollution, greater mobility, more productivity—is thrilling. Yet there is a growing … Read more >

Industrial Applications for IoT at Embedded World 2014

It’s that time of the year when the embedded community comes together for the biggest show of its kind at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany. This is always a big showcase for Intel and I’m pleased to offer a behind … Read more >