Situation-Aware, User-Centric Multimodality for Automotive

Konferenz: AmE 2011 - Automotive meets Electronics - 2. GMM-Fachtagung
04.05.2011 - 05.05.2011 in Dortmund, Germany

Tagungsband: AmE 2011 - Automotive meets Electronics

Seiten: 4Sprache: EnglischTyp: PDF

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Müller, Christian (DFKI, Saarbrücken, Germany)

This article offers a brief overview of multimodal (speech, touch, gaze, etc.) input theory as it pertains to common invehicle tasks and devices. After a brief introduction, we walk through a sample multimodal interaction, detailing the steps involved and how information necessary to the interaction can be obtained by combining input modes in various ways. We also discuss how contemporary in-vehicle systems take advantage of multimodality (or fail to do so), and how the capabilities of such systems might be broadened in the future via clever multimodal input mechanisms.