About This Training
The recently integrated cockpit trend continues to accelerate the implementation of multiple screens displaying high-end content on a single hardware platform. OEMs want to deliver a premium look and feel to their user interfaces (UIs) while ensuring a unified, branded appearance across all of the displays. Designing and deploying this seamless experience across multiple displays brings a host of challenges to even the most skilled of engineering teams.
The expansive graphics content required in an integrated cockpit serves a variety of needs in the car but it must be managed differently. Speed information and ADAS features found in the cluster, for example, must be fail-safe and separate from “connected content” like media and third-party apps found on the center stack. A multi-OS architecture allows development teams to make connected content available and safety-critical features secure. Leveraging a common HMI development toolchain across all cockpit displays is key to integrating a UI across multiple displays and OS platforms.
In this presentation, Altia will demonstrate how their HMI development software offers a common development toolchain for integrated cockpit UI and UX design for NXP i.MX 8 applications processors. Altia will discuss how their code generation solutions leverage the features of the NXP i.MX 8 SoCs to deliver cohesive, high-performance automotive cockpit HMIs for multi-OS applications.