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Experience Jaguar Land Rover's touchless touch screen

 Touchless touch screen technology developed by Jaguar Land Rover and the University of Cambridge promises to increase convenience and help limit the spread of viruses and bacteria.

Patent-licensed technology - "Touch Prediction" uses artificial intelligence and sensors to predict a user's intended goals on the touch screen, such as navigating through a satellite map monitor, control the temperature or entertainment settings, without having to touch.

The system, developed with engineers at the University of Cambridge, is part of Jaguar Land Rover's Destination Zero vision.

Tests in the lab and on the road show that touch prediction technology can reduce the time it takes to interact with a driver's touchscreen by up to 50%, as well as limit the spread of the virus. bacteria and viruses.

Uneven or rough roads can cause vibrations, making it difficult for the driver to select buttons or use the touchscreen correctly. It also affects driving concentration on the road, increasing the risk of an accident.

Technology uses artificial intelligence to identify requirements that users intend to select on the screen early in indexing tasks, speeding up the time it takes to interact. Gesture trackers use vision or radio frequency based sensors, which are increasingly common in consumer electronics, to aggregate information in a nutshell such as: user profiles , interface design and environmental conditions with data available from other sensors, such as through an eye-tracking engine, to predict rider intentions in real time.

Mr. Lee Skrypchuk, User Interface Engineering Specialist at Jaguar Land Rover said: "As countries around the world lift lockdowns, we're seeing a huge volume of customer transactions per day. This is done through touch screens such as train stations or cinemas, ATMs, airport check-in counters and automated counters at supermarkets, as well as a wide range of product applications. manufacturing and other industries. Touch prediction technology eliminates the need to touch interactive screens, which in turn can reduce the risk of bacteria and viruses spreading on surfaces."

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