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Digital automotive assistants can play a major role in shared mobility

Daimler and BMW joining forces for a combined mobility service; pilot projects of car manufacturers offering subscription models for their vehicles; Volkswagen announcing “zero-emission” car sharing services from 2019 onwards: The automotive industry is currently facing disruptive changes and car manufacturers are constantly reassessing and transforming their car-ownership centered strategies to participate in and benefit […]

what3words offers an addressing system built for voice

Collecting your children from the Kindergarten at ///novelist.evolves.proofs, meeting your fiancé for a picnic in the middle of Hyde Park at ///sparks.impact.quit, or witnessing motor sports history at ///exclude.exulted.florists, the famous Pikes Peak, home of the International Hill Climb: what3words and their 3-word address system is transforming the voice-powered landscape and revolutionizing the way we […]

Voice control has emerged as a distinguishing factor of the in-vehicle user experience

Voice-enabled technology is conquering the homes of millions of people these days. In the US, one in six adults already owns a voice-activated smart speaker, and its adoption rates are even outpacing those of smartphones and tablets. This growing awareness of virtual assistants has a strong influence on the automotive sector, too: “Today, people are […]

Latest advancements in technology assure a great user experience when interacting with the automotive assistant

“Hey Mercedes, do I need sunglasses tomorrow in Miami?” The announcement of the new Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) during Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 in Las Vegas raised worldwide attention. Especially the intelligent voice control system was highlighted in the reviews and makes the MBUX far more than a Human-Machine-Interface (HMI) or infotainment system. It […]