How might we change our daily life due to autonomous vehicles and driving?

Those who do not have to drive themselves have more time for other things, both on longer journeys and on shorter commuting distances. With autonomous vehicles, work can be done on the way to the office. The after-work period, on the other hand, already starts on the journey home. Family outings are also more relaxed because parents can interact with their children much better on the road. But these are just a few examples of what is possible with autonomous vehicles. The participants in this workspace had the task of developing many more use cases.

Dr. Claudia Weber

Senior Developer Human-centered ADAS/AD Design During her career, Dr. Claudia Weber was always focused on very innovative topics. Following her start in the vehicle safety department at AUDI AG in 2007, she moved to the driver assistance systems development and took over the responsibility for next-generation human machine interaction. Since 2019 Dr. Claudia Weber is in charge of the china specific human machine interaction for advanced driver assistance systems at the Audi China R&D Center.

Xi Li

Team Manager Development Connected Driving Functions & HMI Since he joined Audi (China) in 2013, Xi Li has focused on the HMI development for the in-car infotainment. As the project manager, he lead Audi’s HMI development for China specific features, as well as the HMI user interface of the first generation of Audi’s hybrid vehicle A6LPHeV. Since 2019, Mr. Li is leading a team for the development of V2X connected vehicle features, as well as the China specific HMI work for the ADAS system at Audi China R&D center.