ProjectFlexible HMI Architecture

Flexible HMI Architecture

Funded by VINNOVA/V-ICT over a two-year period (July 2007-June 2009), the Flexible HMI Architecture-project is focused on developing an in-car software architecture that is capable of handling the increasing magnitude of new functionality enabled by on-board systems as well as nomadic devices. Addressing the core in-car HMI trends of centralization, differentiation, and scalability in a concerted effort, this collaborative project between Saab Automobile/GM and the Viktoria Institute is intended as a leading edge research effort that eventually may secure future competence and growth in the region. In addition, the project is expected to result in sound knowledge dissemination in the form of intermediate research articles and eventually two licentiate theses at project completion.