- Situational Human Machine Interface (HMI) – As more Internet-based content and information makes its way into the car, there is a need to ensure data and services are displayed in the most intuitive and least distracting manner. Harman has introduced a personalized and context-aware HMI that ensures that a driver keeps his hands on the wheel and eyes on the road, while still enabling the maximum convenience and flexibility to on-line information and entertainment. Harman’s innovative approach to in dash displays means different screens can be served up to the driver depending on the information needs of particular driving situations such as daily commuting, personal errands, or a weekend road trip.
- Augmented Navigation – HARMAN is pioneering new navigation solutions that combine live motion video with route information on a single display screen when approaching areas with complex conditions, helping the driver with better navigation support. By overlaying images from car-mounted external cameras with advanced software visualization graphics, drivers can get a more accurate and realistic view of the road ahead and benefit from more clearly marked directional cues for off-ramps, roundabout exits, or even points-of-interest.
- Park Assistant – HARMAN has introduced a revolutionary new camera-based parking aid that goes beyond today’s single, rear-mounted view or multi camera top view. HARMAN mixes real camera data with virtual reality modeling to offer complete surround views of the perimeter of the car from virtually any angle, greatly improving parking accuracy.
HARMAN is the largest supplier of infotainment systems in the world, with an order backlog of $11.7 billion. HARMAN advanced driver assistance solutions showcase will be available for demonstrations at the IAA/Frankfurt Auto Show, September 15 to 25, 2011. Please visit the HARMAN booth in Hall 8.0, Stand D24 or visit www.harman.com/automotive for further information about HARMAN’s advanced automotive solutions.