by Brett Solomon on May 9, 2013 at 10:57 pm
Chevrolet hosted a demonstration drive of the new Impala in New York City last week. Unfortunately I could not attend but I will be testing out the Impala myself soon enough. However, Gray Lady journalist John Quain was very pleased with the new MyLink infotainment system. He was especially impressed with the voice recognition software, designed by Nuance. Aftermarket manufacturer Kenwood also partnered with Nuance for their voice recognition software engine in the new DNN series head units which are hitting the streets next month. In a Kenwood demonstration I recently attended, they showed how the system even could work with heavy accents. Check out John’s review of the MyLink System here: http://wheels.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/05/02/talking-to-the-2014-chevrolet-impala-g-m-s-improved-mylink/
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- Chevy MyLink Updates To Be Showcased At L.A. Auto Show
- Could Nuance Dragon Drive Mobile give us talk-to-start?
- Kenwood saying ‘Who needs CarPlay?’ We can give that functionality even better without phone contraints…