Proceedings of the 2nd international workshop on multimodal interfaces for automotive applications, 07 February 2010, pp.9-12
In this paper, we describe a flexible in-vehicle Human-Machine-Interface (HMI) that is based on a service-oriented architecture (SOA) enriched by graphical information. Our approach takes advantage of standard web technologies and targets at a solution that can be flexibly deployed in various application scenarios as, e.g., for in-vehicle driver-assistance systems, in-flight entertainment systems or generally spoken, systems which allow multiple persons to interact with an HMI. Furthermore, we consider the integration of consumer electronic devices. The proposed system benefits from its SOA-driven, generic approach and comes along with advantages like platform-independency, scalability, faster time to market and lower price compared to application-specific approaches.
Human Machine Interface ; Service-Oriented Architecture ; Web Technology
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