Laura Foy

TechFest: Commute UX: The next level of in-car infotainment

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After deploying Blue&Me for Fiat and Sync for Ford, in-car dialog systems are morphing from cool gadgets that amaze people and sell more cars to integral parts of in-car infotainment. Commute UX raises the bar for the functionality, usability and reliability of these systems. Microsoft Researchs presents you with novel technologies that enable natural-language input, expose a multimodel user interface inculding speech, a GUI, touch and buttons; and use the state-of-the-art sound-capture and processing technologies for improved speech recognition and sound quality.

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    • Dengin

      That looks pretty nifty, I am sure speech technology will find more applications as technology improves.
      At first I didn't hear the text message being spoken out loud, but realized the volume was just low. It's definitely something I'd buy.

    • Dengin

      That looks pretty nifty, I am sure speech technology will find more applications as technology improves.
      At first I didn't hear the text message being spoken out loud, but realized the volume was just low. It's definitely something I'd buy.

    • RobAlister

      That's amazing IMO. The only thing is I don't text message and such but it could come in handy though especially maintenance schedule.

    • RobAlister

      That's amazing IMO. The only thing is I don't text message and such but it could come in handy though especially maintenance schedule.

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