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Bio: Mark C. Boyadjis is a principal analyst and manager of Automotive User Experience. He leads the global HMI practice in both thought-leadership and daily operations. Mark has worked as a part of this Automotive Technology research practice at IHS Markit (and former acquired entities) for over 10 years.
Mark’s responsibilities include management and analysis of the global HMI research spanning automotive displays, controls, speech recognition, haptics, touch, and emerging HMI innovations in gesture and augmented reality. His insights extend to HMI design and usability as well through an extensive background in vehicle testing and usability constructs.
Mark is an often-quoted expert in his field and has presented on behalf of IHS Markit at several forums. He is regarded as a leader in Infotainment and HMI business practices, technology insights, and competitive intelligence. He has led projects and research that have aided many Automakers, Tier One, and Tier Two suppliers in designing, implementing, and executing strategic automotive technology goals in core product lines and on global scale.
Mark holds a Master of Science in Management of Technology (MS MOT) from the Technological Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota’s College of Science and Engineering, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Management from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.