Designing Experiences for the Next Era of Driving – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 512

January 10th, 2017 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Matt Yurdana, Creative Director for the Internet of Things Experiences Group at Intel, joins us to discuss user interfaces for autonomous vehicles. Intel is working with academic and industry partners to research, design, and prototype the experiences people will have with highly- and fully-automated vehicles. In this interview, Yurdana discusses the critical need to earn consumer trust in autonomous vehicles, envisions the future of in-car experiences as we shift from drivers to passengers, and gives a peek behind the scenes of the Intel user experience labs that are helping define the next era of driving.

For more information on Intel autonomous driving technologies, please read our white paper:
A Matter of Trust: How Smart Design Can Accelerate Automated Vehicle Adoption

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