Drivers in India will soon be driving alongside artificial intelligence digital co-drivers who don't have to sit in the passenger seat. German startup company Autolabs is putting their digital driving assistant into Indian cars starting next year, meaning consumers only have to wait four more months.
Developed by Berlin-based startup German Autolabs, “Chris” is a voice-controlled digital assistant that allows drivers to make phone calls, send messages, listen to music and get navigation guides without ever touching their smartphones.
Chris is attached to the windscreen like a navigation device and paired with the mobile phone via Bluetooth so every vehicle turns into a connected car with high-end features. The full proactive digital assistant understands simple gestures and displays the relevant information on a color screen.
With Chris, drivers can safely operate their mobile apps while driving by voice and gesture – messaging, navigation, calls, and music, so that their eyes stay on the road only — A Real Problem Solver for India, Isn’t It?
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