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The long awaited arrival of automated driving technology has the automotive industry perched on the precipice of radical change when it comes to the design of vehicle interiors and user experience. Recently, much thinking and many vehicle concepts have been devoted to demonstrating how vehicle interiors might change when vehicles reach full automation, where a human driver is neither required nor in some cases, even allowed to control the vehicle. However, looking more near term across all global market segments, we will likely see an increasing number of vehicles with widely varying automation capabilities emerging simultaneously. Any system short of full automation will still require driver control in some set of situations, and some fully automated vehicles will still allow driver control when desired. While it is unlikely that the basic seating arrangement, steering wheel, and pedals will be radically altered in this emerging segment of partial to highly automated vehicles, it is quite clear that the overall user experience during automated driving will need to evolve. Drivers will not be content to hold the steering wheel and stare at the road waiting for what may be a very infrequent request to take-over driving. The chapter presents the research conducted to develop the Valeo Mobius® Intuitive Driving solution for providing an embedded digital experience, even in lower levels of automation, and all while still promoting both shorter transition response times and better transition quality when emergency situations call for a transition from automated to manual control.
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