Speech Technology in the car

Text-to-speech and Speech-to-Text technology is becoming increasingly popular with drivers.

The 2011 Road Ahead in-car entertainment study from Arbitron, Edison Research and Scarborough Research questioned 1,500 users by phone and found that 36 percent are interested in a text message and email reader in the car (including 18 percent very interested)

Here are other key findings of the study:

38 percent are interested in connecting the cell phone to the dash to interact with apps (including 16 percent very interested, 22 percent somewhat interested)

40 percent are interested in voice control of the car stereo (including 18 percent very interested)

49 percent are interested in hands-free calling in the mirror (including 24 percent very interested)

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Speech Technology in the car

Text-to-speech and Speech-to-Text technology is becoming increasingly popular with drivers.

The 2011 Road Ahead in-car entertainment study from Arbitron, Edison Research and Scarborough Research questioned 1,500 users by phone and found that 36 percent are interested in a text message and email reader in the car (including 18 percent very interested)

Here are other key findings of the study:

38 percent are interested in connecting the cell phone to the dash to interact with apps (including 16 percent very interested, 22 percent somewhat interested)

40 percent are interested in voice control of the car stereo (including 18 percent very interested)

49 percent are interested in hands-free calling in the mirror (including 24 percent very interested)

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.

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