AIMMIT - Automotive Integration of MultiModal Interaction Technologies

New interaction technologies enable alternatives to the traditional, mostly visual-manual, modalities. A user interface that combines traditional and new modalities may be both safer and more attractive to customers/users.

The aim of the project is to explore the potential benefits of different multimodal HMI concepts for current and future vehicle functionality. The overall goals are increased traffic safety, customer/user satisfaction and competitiveness.

The knowledge gained in this project will be applied in future development of new generations of cockpit HMI that enables the driver to: (i) perform complex secondary tasks with minimal visual distraction and a high level of user acceptance, and (ii) enable an intuitive and user friendly user interface for emerging functions, like autonomous driving and advanced active safety functions.

Project leader: Claes Edgren, Volvo Cars Cooperation

Partner organizations

  • Volvo Cars (Private, Sweden)
  • Viktoria Swedish ICT (Research Institute, Sweden)
  • Semcon (Private, Sweden)
Start date 01/01/2014
End date The project is closed: 31/03/2017

Published: Mon 19 May 2014. Modified: Sat 09 Jun 2018