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中國的汽車用HMI (人機互動) 市場分析 (2020年)

China Automotive Human-Machine Interaction (HMI) Research Report, 2020

出版商 ResearchInChina 商品編碼 926587
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 42 Pages
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中國的汽車用HMI (人機互動) 市場分析 (2020年) China Automotive Human-Machine Interaction (HMI) Research Report, 2020
出版日期: 2020年02月18日內容資訊: 英文 42 Pages
簡介

在中國的汽車市場中,HMI (人機互動)的普及和正式活用開始了。尤其是預期,使用語音對話 (語音互動) 和手勢姿態辨識,在娛樂資訊、車身控制、生活服務等領域的積極活用。

本報告提供中國國內的汽車用人機互動 (HMI) 市場相關分析,HMI的概要和汽車用用途,到目前為止的開發與普及趨勢,各模式、各系統的市場概況和趨勢預測,主要企業的簡介和主要產品,今後的市場成長可能性、方向性等資訊彙整,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 汽車HMI的發展歷史

  • HMI定義
  • HMI的開發履歷
  • 汽車HMI的開發履歷
  • 汽車HMI的設計

第2章 汽車用HMI的方式

  • 概要
  • 車輛用語音互動 (語音辨識、對話)
    • 簡介
    • 現狀
  • 車輛用臉部辨識
  • 車輛用手勢姿態辨識
  • 車內/車外顯示器
  • 其他

第3章 汽車用HMI的系統

  • 國內外的汽車製造商最新HMI系統
  • BMW iDrive7.0
    • HMI系統發展歷史和概要
    • 支援模式
  • Mercedes-Benz MBUX
  • Audi MMI
  • Geely GKUI
  • SAIC Banma
  • Chery Lion
  • BYD DiLink
  • GAC ADiGO
  • NextEV NIO OS

第4章 汽車用HMI的趨勢

  • 從車內互動到多方案互動
  • 融合型多通路互動:轉移到主流的互動方式
  • 汽車的個性化 (個人化支援)
  • 從「被動式互動」到「主動式互動」
目錄

Automotive HMI refers to the process of information exchange between humans and the car through interaction means such as voice, gesture, face, AR, holographic display and fingerprint recognition.

Over a decade of development, in-car voice interaction was installed to 28.7% of vehicles and even a higher share of new models on the market in the first half of 2019. Voice interaction is extending from infotainment (navigation, multimedia, etc.) to body control (windows, sunroof, lights, wipers, trunk, etc.) and life services (car-home connectivity, in-car shopping, etc.), and voice technology is getting through to infotainment protocols and in-car ecology.

Gesture recognition was first found in BMW model in 2015, and has been successively available in China-made models such as the Traum SEEK 5, Chery 5X, Xpeng G3 Premium, etc. It is mainly used to control the display system in the car, such as music play, volume regulation, map zoom, etc., as a supplementary interactive mode in a quiet environment.

Face recognition, unveiled in China in 2018, has been seen in Leapmotor S01, Chery's EXEED TX, WEY VV6, WM Motor's EX5, Geely Xing Yue and other models, showing a rosy prospect. Face recognition is mostly for personalized settings (seat position, ambient light preference, rearview mirror position, music recommendation, etc.) and driver status detection. EXEED TX supports to buy movie tickets by face scanning and heads toward face payment.

In addition, new interactive modes like window interaction (WM Motor's EX5), body interaction (BAIC BJEV's LITE), vein recognition (Leapmotor SO1), fingerprint recognition (Hyundai's New SantaFe), and AR navigation (Roewe Marvel X) have been available onto production vehicles.

Foreign automotive HMI systems include BMW iDrive, Mercedes-Benz MBUX, Audi MMI, Ford SYNC +, etc. Among them, BMW iDrive has iterated to 7.0, with 6 interaction modes covering button, knob, touch, gesture, voice and cellphone. BMW iDrive is the first system in the world that adds gesture interaction, which can control phone calls, music playback, volume, map, menu, etc.

Chinese automotive HMI systems mainly embrace Geely GKUI, BYD DiLink, GAC ADiGO, SAIC Banma, Chery Lion, NextEV NIO OS, Xpeng Xmart OS, etc. Among them, Geely GKUI has been upgraded to GKUI2019 with 8 interaction modes via button, knob, touch, voice, cellphone, HUD, face recognition, and smart watch, where unique features are watch interaction (mainly ideal for remote car control and vehicle information inquiry like mobile phone interaction) and face recognition (FACE ID personalized settings).

In short, automotive HMI has entered the multi-modal (voice, gesture, face, etc.) interaction stage and is heading toward functional enrichment and multi-modal fusion. Moreover, HMI will transfer from in-vehicle interaction to multi-scenario interaction, from "passive interaction" to "active interaction".

‘China Automotive Human-Machine Interaction (HMI) Research Report 2020’ highlights the followings:

  • HMI (definition and development history), automotive HMI (design, development course, etc.);
  • Automotive HMI modes (voice interaction, face recognition, gesture recognition, and display inside and outside the vehicle);
  • Development history and modes of HMI systems of automakers at home and abroad, such as BMW iDrive, Mercedes-Benz MBUX, Audi MMI, Geely GKUI, SAIC Banma SmartDrive, Chery Lion, BYD DiLink, GAC ADiGO, NextEV NIO OS, etc.
  • Development trends of automotive HMI.

Table of Contents

1. Development History of Automotive HMI

  • 1.1. Definition of HMI
  • 1.2. Development History of HMI
  • 1.3. Development History of Automotive HMI
  • 1.4. Design of Automotive HMI

2. Automotive HMI Modes

  • 2.1. Overview
  • 2.2. Vehicular Voice Interaction
    • 2.2.1. Introduction
    • 2.2.2. Status Quo
  • 2.3. Vehicular Face Recognition
    • 2.3.1. Introduction
    • 2.3.2. Status Quo
  • 2.4. Vehicular Gesture Recognition
    • 2.4.1. Introduction
    • 2.4.2. Status Quo
  • 2.5. Display Inside and Outside the Vehicle
  • 2.6. Other Interactive Modes

3. Automotive HMI System

  • 3.1. Latest HMI Systems of Automakers at Home and Abroad
  • 3.2. BMW iDrive7.0
    • 3.2.1. HMI System Development History and Introduction
    • 3.2.2. Models Supported by iDrive7.0
  • 3.3Mercedes-Benz MBUX
    • 3.3.1. HMI System Development History and Introduction
    • 3.3.2. Models Supported by MBUX
  • 3.4. Audi MMI
    • 3.4.1. HMI System Development History and Introduction
    • 3.4.2. Models Supported by MMI
  • 3.5. Geely GKUI
    • 3.5.1. HMI System Development History and Introduction
    • 3.5.2. Models Supported by GKUI
  • 3.6. SAIC Banma
    • 3.6.1. HMI System Development History and Introduction
    • 3.6.2. Models Supported by Banma
  • 3.7. Chery Lion
    • 3.7.1. HMI System Development History and Introduction
    • 3.7.2. Models Supported by Lion
  • 3.8. BYD DiLink
    • 3.8.1. HMI System Development History and Introduction
    • 3.8.2. Models Supported by DiLink
  • 3.9. GAC ADiGO
    • 3.9.1. HMI System Development History and Introduction
    • 3.9.2. Models Supported by ADiGO
  • 3.10. NextEV NIO OS
    • 3.10.1. Introduction to the System and Models Supported

4. Automotive HMI Tendencies

  • 4.1. In-vehicle Interaction to Multi-scenario Interaction
  • 4.2. Multi-channel Fusion Interaction Will Become the Mainstream Interaction Mode
  • 4.3. Automobiles Will Be Personalized
  • 4.4. From "Passive Interaction" to "Active Interaction"

Selected Charts

  • Development History of HMI
  • Development History of Automotive HMI
  • Integration of Automotive HMI Design and Multi-disciplinary Integration
  • "Pyramid" of Automotive HMI Design
  • Automotive HMI Design Process
  • Automotive HMI Modes and Functions
  • Key Technologies on Voice Interaction
  • Voice Interaction Industry Chain Companies in China
  • Installations and Installation Rate of Passenger Car Voice Function in China, 2018-2019
  • Top 10 Automakers by Passenger Car Voice Installation (Market Share) in China, H1 2019
  • Functional Configuration of Models with Voice Interaction in China (Some Automakers)
  • Face Recognition Process and Core Technology
  • Face Recognition Industry Chain Companies in China
  • Functional Configuration of Models with Face Recognition in China
  • Comparison between Three 3D Gesture Recognition Technologies
  • Gesture Recognition Industry Chain
  • Functional Configuration of Models with Gesture Recognition in China
  • Inside and Outside Display of Some Models
  • Latest HMI Systems of Automakers at Home and Abroad
  • Evolution of BMW iDrive (1.0 to 7.0)
  • Evolution of Mercedes-Benz HMI
  • Evolution of Audi HMI
  • Evolution of Geely HMI
  • Evolution of SAIC HMI
  • Evolution of Chery HMI
  • Evolution of BYD HMI
  • Evolution of GAC HMI
  • 'Public Persona' Cases of Automakers