Current vehicle interfaces pose a threat to driver focus due to an expected growth in features enabled by connectivity. The need for more intuitive human-machine communication is triggering CIOs to develop AI systems that sense or produce smell as part of future car HMIs.
- Benefits and Uses
- Predictive Maintenance
- Influencing Driver Behavior
- Asserting Driver Physical Condition
- Control of Smells and Pollution
- Smell Customization
- Rethink Your Car HMI Technology Stack From the Ground Up
- Understand Customer Acceptance of Olfactory Technology
- Add Olfactory Sensing to Your Roadmap by Forging Relationships With Key Tech Providers
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