Mercedes-Benz launched MBUX, an infotainment program that marked a step forward in legacy car sector, three years ago. The device was closer to the reality of using a smartphone, with its clean graphics, voice assistant, and intuitive user interface, and eventually got away from pixelated displays and cluttered designs are seen in the latest infotainment systems. The next version of the MBUX, a 56-inch curved panel that stretches the dashboard’s length, was introduced by Mercedes, the core feature of the next-generation infotainment device that knows its driver’s actions.
In the 2022 Mercedes EQS, a flagship sedan under the electric EQ brand of the automaker, the MBUX Hyperscreen, as it is dubbed, will be optional. There are 24-gigabyte RAM, 8 CPU cores, and 46.4 GB for every second RAM memory bandwidth on Hyperscreen that was released ahead of the interactive CES tech trade show. There is a multifunction camera as well as a sensor which, relying on the light levels, adjusts the screen’s brightness.
All of this functionality is designed to provide up to seven users with an intuitive infotainment device that can be individualized. As per Mercedes-Benz Chief Technological Officer Sajjad Khan, the program behind the Hyperscreen helps the device continuously get to know the user better, emphasizing that it is built without the user having to press or scroll somewhere. “MBUX Hyperscreen is the vehicle’s brain as well as its nervous system,” Khan stated in a report.
Two aluminum silicate coatings, which are scratch-resistant on the cover plate, shield the curved panel, which is actually multiple separate screens under the glass housing, to minimize glare and make cleaning a bit easier. In the event of a collision, Mercedes has equipped the screen with fixed breaking points. Two physical air vents that have been built into the panel are on either side of a curved screen.
Apart from the screen’s look and size, user interfaces as well as how it functions stand out. Mercedes decided to place on the screen details on charging, entertainment, social media, phone, connectivity, navigation, and massage, yes massage. This suggests that there is no flipping through menus or even using the voice assistant to find specific options. The program of the machine, which will study the driver’s habits, will warn the user, avoiding any need to go further into the sub-menu. As per the automaker, the navigation chart is still visible in the middle, and positioned just below it are settings for the entertainment and phone or the function that better fits the individual case.https://minernews.io/