Predictive Touch technology, developed by Jaguar Land Rover and the University of Cambridge, aims to help keep drivers’ eyes on the road and reduce the spread of bacteria and viruses. Artificial intelligence and sensors work together to predict a user’s intended target on the touchscreen, without ever having to touch a button or the screen itself. It’s a part of Jaguar Land Rover’s Destination Zero vision, a desire to make the automaker’s vehicles safer and the environment cleaner. Read more for a video and additional information.
This technology utilizes artificial intelligence to determine where the user intends to touch on the screen early in the pointing task, speeding up the interaction. Gesture tracking sensors combine contextual information, like user profile, interface design and environmental conditions with data available from other sensors to determine the user’s intent in real-time.
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Predictive touch technology eliminates the need to touch an interactive display and could therefore reduce the risk of spreading bacteria or viruses on surfaces. The technology also offers us the chance to make vehicles safer by reducing the cognitive load on drivers and increasing the amount of time they can spend focused on the road ahead. This is a key part of our Destination Zero journey,” said Lee Skrypchuk, Human Machine Interface Technical Specialist, Jaguar Land Rover.