On Wednesday, November 15th, the Future Lounge at Systems & Components in Hall 17 G02 will hold a roundtable session, “Human Machine Interfaces”, after two engaging company spotlights and an out-of-the-box keynote speaker.
Today’s reality, “Human Computer Interaction” is presenting new challenges to the industry. Communication channels must be more expressive to “communicate intentions”. To succeed, we must bring connectivity between humans and machines to the next level.
Moderator Mike Atig will guide the session with Dr. Marcus Hiemer from ZF discussing cameras and artificial intelligence applications on vehicles as well as safety and various technologies for assisted driving. Dr. agr. Hartmut Matthes from CLAAS will expand on the topic of virtual training for tractor and combine drivers. Alberto Rocchi, Electronic Design Manager from Walvoil will highlight adaptive and learning interfaces for fluid technology while Manfred Dorn, Head of Design at User Interface Design GmbH will explain how components communicate with the operator through various user interfaces in mobile applications.