LAS VEGAS, January 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
- Multi-screen digital cockpit concept shows automotive innovation
Rightware, the leading provider of user interface creation software for the automotive industry, revealed today their vision of tomorrow's connected car user interface. The concept, titled "Triton - Connected HMI", showcases how car manufacturers can rapidly develop multi-display user experiences with unified look and feel in the car. The concept shows how the user interface on several in-car displays such as instrument cluster, infotainment system, HUD and a personal mobile device can be seamlessly connected, with the driver having always-on access to their most important information.
The Triton - Connected HMI concept also showcases the value of off-board connectivity and devices, allowing a personalized in-car experience by using a mobile device as the authentication to AT&T Drive cloud platform, that delivers personal data and preferences to the onboard systems.
"The digital user experience in the car has become a key buying criteria for the consumer. With the number of screens increasing, OEMs need to make sure that the user experience is seamless across all screens in the car. Our Triton - Connected HMI concept showcases the development that you'll see in cars during the next few years and demonstrates how innovation speed can be accelerated using the same design tools from rapid prototyping to mass production. Already more than 10 leading OEMs globally are using Kanzi for production projects" said Jonas Geust, CEO, Rightware.
Rightware® is the market leader in advanced user interface technology, serving the automotive and other embedded industries with its Kanzi® software for rapid user interface design and deployment. Nominated on Deloitte's "Fast 50" list of fastest growing tech companies in 2015, Rightware is headquartered in Helsinki, Finland with presence in Silicon Valley, Detroit, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai, London and Munich.
Learn more at: http://www.rightware.com
Director, Product Marketing, Rightware