I have come across a new feature called BTE (Brake to Exit) on the 777X, but I am unable to find any documentation related to that. There are vendors who are working on this technology for the 777X.
It is a system that Airbus already uses in the A380 and some A350's. They call it BTV (Brake to Vacate).
It allows the pilot to select a certain runway exit in advance (e.g. while approaching). After touchdown, the plane automatically brakes so it can vacate the runway at that given exit.
When the pilot chooses a runway exit point, the system indicates the estimated runway occupancy time and the minimum turnaround time. During the subsequent landing phase, and according to encountered runway conditions (i.e. 'wet' or 'dry'), the aircraft's deceleration is automatically regulated so it reaches the chosen exit at the correct speed.
The BTE system by Boeing is a similar system with a different name. A related article in Avionics International about the B777X states:
“We have also added new safety features like optimal runway exiting and brake-to-exit, which will allow a pilot to tie an airplane’s rollout and stopping distance to a specific runway exit,” said Kirk Scarbrough, Boeing’s 777X systems chief engineer.
BTV was optional for the A-380 and standard for the A-350. Additionally, the A-380 had a selector knob to select BTV or Conventional Auto Brakes. We do not have that selector on the A-350. We simply have the choice of BTV or Auto Brakes Medium. I don't recall seeing anyone ever use anything other than BTV. It works very well. Former A-350/330 Captain