How does Mazda use HMI in the MX-5 Miata?

For years now, industries have turned to the notion of a Human-Machine Interface (HMI) to improve automation. Mazda has expanded the use of HMI in the MX-5 Miata by placing the information for navigation, fuel consumption, miles to destination, music available, and other specialized driver concerns in front of the driver to make driving a simpler process.

For safety reasons, Mazda moved the HMI display units to two locations where the driver is naturally looking while driving to minimize distractions. One is for entertainment and other outside information. The 7-inch display unit sits on top of the center dash—convenient for the driver to see. The other is Active Driving Display unit which projects driving-related information directly in front of the driver above the meter display.

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