In a recent issue of interactions, Vehicle User Interfaces  were given a thorough discussion which included areas to focus and improve upon when developing and using these specialized interfaces. However, there is a somewhat neglected art that is now reappearing in computing circles which could provide substantial new functionality and value in this market: integration. In theory, plug-and-play has been around since before Windows 95 (the actual term appearing at roughly the same time as the launch of Windows 95 which listed it as a feature), but in reality the functionality is not nearly up to the moniker.…
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