A Journey Towards Digital Mobility

From January 5 – 8 at CES 2017 in Las Vegas

      Exciting Times for Developers, OEMs and Customers

      We are currently witnessing the most exciting phase in the history of automotive engineering: vehicles and IT are merging ever more closely, leading to fundamental changes in the coming years. Soon, automobiles will be “always on”, i.e. permanently connected to the Internet. As part of the Internet of Things, they will then exchange data with the cloud and mobile devices, permitting completely new services and making everyday routine noticeably easier for users. Constantly being connected with the driving environment is also the bedrock in one of the biggest revolutions happening to the world of mobility: autonomous driving.

      IAV has a clear vision of tomorrow’s vehicles. We are working on a car that seamlessly connects the digital world with personal mobility. Mobile devices and data from the cloud will match the vehicle to the needs of occupants, create a pleasant atmosphere and make traveling as safe and as comfortable as possible. Autonomous driving in particular will benefit from vehicle connectivity because it will permit fully automatic navigation and, even today, is opening up new possibilities for vehicle occupants, such as working, shopping or being entertained while driving.

      In cooperation with our partners from the automotive and IT world, we are working on taking this vision to volume production level. At CES in Las Vegas, we will be presenting a selection of the latest developments and invite you to accompany us on a unique journey.

      A Journey Towards Digital Mobility

      It was under this banner that IAV presented ten showcases and five demonstrator vehicles at CES 2017.

      Shopping while driving, feeling good in the empathic car, traveling with assistance from the virtual copilot or enjoying videos and games on the road: at CES 2017 (January 5 to 8) in Las Vegas, visitors to IAV’s booth were invited to embark on a journey into the future of digital mobility. Many were eager to take up the offer – both the booth exhibits as well as IAV’s demonstrator vehicles were shown to be real crowd pullers. The enthusiastic responses on the part of show visitors in Las Vegas demonstrated: the convergence of vehicles and IT is opening a new chapter in the history of automotive engineering. The journey into the future of mobility has begun – we are working on it in cooperation with our partners.

      This page gives you a number of impressions of IAV’s presentation in Las Vegas.

       

      Showcases and Demonstrator Vehicles

      At the event, we will be presenting the latest developments in over ten showcases and four demonstrator vehicles. Which topic are you particularly interested in?

      You know the feeling, you are sitting in the car and time just flashes by, while commuting to work, running errands or driving the kids to and from their recreational activities. In everyday life, time is scarce. That’s why many try and manage their daily routine while they are in the car.

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      Today many sensors supply current data about the vehicle state via various bus systems. To date, however, a lot of this information on vehicle state and the identified ambient conditions remain exclusively in the vehicle.

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      Soon, the living room and the office will be moving into the vehicle – a development IAV is pioneering and driving forward. A further focus of our work is on the growing level of vehicle connectivity with the driving environment and the Internet.

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      Vehicle diagnostics are leaving the repair shop and becoming part of the car owner’s “mobile lifestyle”: this is our vision of “remote diagnostics”. This will make breakdowns and problems less daunting.

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      Ambient lighting has a key influence on our sense of well-being and on our mood – you only have to compare the gloomy mood in fall with the attitude to life in sunshine at the height of summer.

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      The car of the future will be empathic. It will identify the driver’s current state and create an atmosphere inside that provides maximum well-being. The “sensory organs” needed for this already exist, and more and more people constantly have them on

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      The future belongs to autonomous driving. Controlling a vehicle from a mobile device, such as a tablet computer, provides a taste of what to expect. The driver can stand outside the car, and maneuver it into a particularly tight parking space by remote control.

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      Without a copilot, a rally driver wouldn’t get very far. He constantly provides him with information on the stretch ahead and with advice on optimizing drying style. In a race, this wins those crucial seconds and prevents accidents.

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      Tomorrow’s vehicle users will expect permanent and flexible connectivity for their vehicles. At the same time, they will want to know that they can fully rely on their personal data and vehicle information being protected from misuse.

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