02 Oct Interior comfort re-imagined
Anton Fuchs and Bernhard Brandstätter – both area leaders at VIRTUAL VEHICLE – have published a new book through Springer-Verlag.
In “Future Interior Concepts”, the authors highlight multiple aspects and views on comprehensive automotive interior comfort for future mobility. In this context, passenger comfort comprises thermal, acoustic, seat perception, as well as human–machine interaction in the passenger cabin.
In their new book, the publishers…
- promote a multi-disciplinary view on human comfort perception in modern and future vehicles
- address thermal, acoustic, ergonomic, haptic, and handling comfort
- present a balanced mix of fundamental and applied research, as well as practical aspects
In five chapters, the contributing authors, hailing from universities, research centers and industry, share their expertise and insights. The book is being published under the “Automotive Engineering: Simulation and Validation Methods” series and can be ordered through this link.