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In-car displays: curvature drives innovation

While flexible automotive displays continue to evolve, nontouch are currently better off than touch-based in terms of viability

As the global automotive industry continues to delve deeper into shared mobility and autonomy, the in-vehicle Human Machine Interface (HMI) is set to assume a more important role than ever. The HMI today is already responsible for addressing the information, communication and entertainment needs of the passengers, while also meeting safety requirements. As automakers focus on customizing the car cabin, the HMI is undergoing a change too both in terms of design and function.

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