AI-Based Auto HMI Software A Hot Ticket Item

According to Tractica, the artificial-intelligence (AI)-based automotive HMI software market may garner $4.6 Billion worldwide by 2025. The market intelligence firm sees most of this revenue coming from voice and speech recognition applications, with smaller opportunities for driver face analytics and emotion recognition, along with gesture recognition. “For the connected car, AI-based HMI focuses on driver controls, driver/occupant monitoring/safety, and infotainment. For Level 5 autonomous vehicles, AI-based HMI focuses on occupant monitoring and infotainment,” says principal analyst Mark Beccue.

Tractica’s report, titles, “Automotive Human-Machine Interfaces”, examines the market ecosystem and conditions for AI-based automotive HMI, including global market trends, drivers, and barriers. Global market forecasts, segmented by use case and region, extend through 2025. The study also explores the use cases and AI technologies related to AI-based automotive HMI and provides profiles of key industry players. An Executive Summary of the report is available for free download.

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