Personalized Displays Are a Potential Difference-Maker for In-Car HMI, Finds Strategy Analytics

BOSTON, Dec. 6, 2017 — As all car model lines become crowded with similar connected features, one way automakers are attempting to differentiate is through unique twists on HMI, especially displays. A new report from the In-vehicle UX (IVX) group at Strategy Analytics “Personalized Displays: A Potential Difference-Maker for In-Car HMI“, surveying consumers in the US, Western Europe and China regarding their interest in personalizing the appearance of their in-car displays, has found that wide swaths of consumers show some level of interest in customizable displays. These expectations are primarily driven by the immersive and very personal relationship most consumers now have with their smartphone.

Click here for report: https://www.strategyanalytics.com/access-services/automotive/in-vehicle-ux/reports/report-detail/personalized-displays-a-potential-difference-maker-for-in-car-hmi

Key report findings include:

  • As touchscreen-enabled smartphones complete their market saturation, and touch-enabled smart devices spread through the home and retail spaces, Strategy Analytics has found changes in the way consumers (particularly tech enthusiasts and early adopters) think about their in-car experiences. Predictably, more consumers are saying that they want their in-car display to behave like a smartphone.
  • As automakers strive to differentiate their HMI, personalization provides added value that has thus far remained untapped. Careful implementation is required however to ensure this is accomplished in a practical and usable way.

Derek Viita, report author and Senior Analyst commented, “But as any product manager in the automotive space will attest: A car is not a smartphone. As long as a human remains in the loop, design considerations for the car will remain far different. Customized displays, though desirable, present some challenges in this unique use case where distraction must be taken into account. Background images must not wash out iconography, touch targets, or labeling. A user must be limited to a reasonably low number of options on each screen.”

Added Chris Schreiner, Director, Syndicated Research UXIP, “However HMI, particularly for infotainment, is an area that can be quickly and easily innovated upon. If done correctly, through a conscientious effort to put the target consumer first in building safe, usable, and delightful UIs, customizable in-car displays could be low-hanging fruit for a forward-thinking interior design team.”

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About In-vehicle UX

Our In-vehicle User Experience (IVX) service investigates UX innovation opportunities in the connected vehicle.  By understanding the emerging behaviors, needs, motivations, use cases, pain-points and “must-have” experiences of lead adopters and future target consumers, IVX delivers a roadmap to help you design the optimal experience.  IVX forms part of the User Experience Innovation Practice (UXIP) at Strategy Analytics. Through both syndicated and proprietary user-centric research capabilities, UXIP delivers strategic insights and analysis on how to optimize the user experience of new and emerging technologies. Click here for more information.

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US Contact: Derek Viita, +1 617 614 0772, [email protected]

European Contact: Diane O'Neill, +44(0) 1908 423 669, [email protected]

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