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InCabin.Sensing and Car.HMI, Dearborn, USA

Car UX
Driver and In-cabin Monitoring

After several successful events in Europe and America, Neonode will once again be attending the InCabin.Sensing and Car.HMI USA events in December 2024. Join us at these co-located events in Dearborn and learn about the latest developments with our driver and in-cabin monitoring system.

About the Events


Car.HMI USA is America's leading automotive HMI & UX event. It brings together more than 300 industry experts and decision-makers to discuss topics including in-vehicle display technology, next-generation infotainment, HMI developments, ADAS, lighting, sound and more. Join us at the event where we will be available to talk about the latest developments in Neonode's driver and in-cabin monitoring software.


The InCabin.Sensing event is directed at executives, technical leaders, advanced engineers, practitioners and experts involved in intelligent interior systems for the automotive cabin. The event will bring together OEMs, tier-one suppliers and research institutes to discuss the latest technical advancements and market trends for in-vehicle technologies.

During the event, Agnes Jernström, Senior Software Engineer at Neonode, will share the stage with speakers from Ford, GM, Bosch and Hyundai, to name a few, where she will present insights on how to deliver fantastic driver and in-cabin monitoring experiences.

Neonode on Stage - From Functioning to Fantastic

This year our very own Agnes Jernström, Senior Software Engineer at Neonode, will return to the stage at InCabin.Sensing to talk about how system validation can take driver and in-cabin monitoring systems from functioning to fantastic.

Choosing the right driver and in-cabin monitoring system will keep drivers focused on the road as well as improving their in-cabin experience. However, a system can fulfil all legislative requirements but still not be up to the standard that end customers expect. Each driver is different and so are vehicle cabins. Moreover, professional drivers and drivers of trucks and busses have different driving patterns and expectations compared to passenger car drivers. To achieve a system that excels customers expectations and complements the intended cabin design, early system validation is vital.

In this session, you will learn more about:

  • The difference between verification and validation

  • The importance of taking customers' needs and expectations into account when integrating a driver and in-cabin monitoring solution into your vehicle

  • The tools Neonode offer to help you with early field testing and validation

Agnes Jernström, Speaker

Agnes Jernström is a Senior Software Engineer in the MultiSensing® development team at Neonode.

MultiSensing® is Neonode’s proprietary technology for Machine Perception which utilizes the latest advances in machine learning combined with in-house generated synthetic data to interpret and understand a wide range of objects, situations, and contexts. Agnes has broad experience from the automotive industry having worked for leading OEMs in a wide variety of fields such as positioning of autonomous vehicles, gearbox actuation, and vehicle-to-vehicle communication. She holds a MSc in Industrial Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Agnes Jernström

Senior Software Engineer, Neonode

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