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2021 | OriginalPaper | Chapter

An Expert Informed Approach to Assess Challenges in Automotive HMI Development and Their Implications on Development Processes

Authors : Jan Bavendiek, Teresa Koch, Christopher Brockmeier, Lutz Eckstein

Published in: Advances in Human Aspects of Transportation

Publisher: Springer International Publishing

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Abstract

The automotive industry faces a broad variety of different challenges, especially with regard to HMI development. One significant lever for improvement is optimizing the applied processes during development. In order to identify the exact challenges relevant for HMI development and to find requirements for an ideal HMI development approach, 15 semi-structured expert interviews are conducted. By that, a total of 274 challenges and 101 requirements are identified, consolidated into a set of 17 clusters with 54 sub-clusters. Thereby, a foundation for future process optimization is set.
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go back to reference Meixner, G., et al.: Retrospective and future automotive infotainment systems—100 years of user interface evolution. In: Meixner, G., Müller, C. (eds.) Automotive User Interfaces, pp. 3–53. Springer International Publishing, Cham (2017) CrossRef Meixner, G., et al.: Retrospective and future automotive infotainment systems—100 years of user interface evolution. In: Meixner, G., Müller, C. (eds.) Automotive User Interfaces, pp. 3–53. Springer International Publishing, Cham (2017) CrossRef
Metadata
Title
An Expert Informed Approach to Assess Challenges in Automotive HMI Development and Their Implications on Development Processes
Authors
Jan Bavendiek
Teresa Koch
Christopher Brockmeier
Lutz Eckstein
Copyright Year
2021
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-80012-3_22