Elektrobit To Present HTML5 Trends And Capabilities Webinar



Elektrobit to discuss HTML5 Trends and Capabilities in the Human Machine Interface (HMI) Space


Tuesday, March 5, 2013 -- 10:00 am


Human Machine Interface


Chairperson: Martin Kahl, editor, Automotive World

Dr. Rainer Holve, vice president/general manager- automotive software-EB


The automotive industry is going through constant revolution and one specific area is the Human Machine Interface (HMI) that continues to change the way drivers and passengers interact with their cars. Looking back at some of the new features that EB Automotive has introduced during the past year, HTML5 is definitely of interest for the industry, and knowing what exists in the automotive development pipeline, one can, with some confidence, predict what future drivers might be able to select when buying a new car.

Understand the capabilities and trends with HTML5 in content development and learn how it impacts the automotive HMI in this 60-minute webinar from Elektrobit Automotive.

Registration is free


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