Dodge Charger Featuring VoiceBox Wins Edmunds Breakthrough Technology Award
VoiceBox Congratulates Dodge
Bellevue, WA June 1, 2012 -
VoiceBox Technologies, the award-winning provider of patented Contextual Voice Technology, was proud to partner with Dodge on its cutting-edge UConnect Touch infotainment user interface. "We congratulate Dodge on this prestigious award," said Mike Kennewick, VoiceBox's CEO, "And we were proud to work with this industry innovator."
VoiceBox's innovative voice technology provides the more natural, conversational experience in the industry. A leader in the automotive telematics market, VoiceBox helped pioneer the Connected Car vision, which allows users to access information located 'in the cloud', such as up-to-date traffic information. Unlike other solutions, the Company's Intelligent Hybrid solution doesn't require users to know what information is on or off board, as do competitive solutions, where users are asked to know what is located 'in the cloud' and use fixed commands: "Services.... Traffic.... Seattle." In contrast, VoiceBox product users can simply say, "Hey, what's the traffic in Seattle."
"We are proud that so many reviewers of the new Dodge Charger single out the quality of its VoiceBox interface and that we played a role in this award-winning product," said Rich Kennewick, the President of VoiceBox."
About VoiceBox Technologies
VoiceBox is a pioneer in Natural Language Understanding and Conversational Voice Technology used to help people find content and control their devices using everyday speech. VoiceBox applications can run on in-car systems, smartphones, 'smart TVs', computers, tablets, e-readers, and personal navigation devices; all are powered by VoiceBox's award-winning Contextual Speech, protected by 14 issued patents, 6 notice of allowances, with 11 patents pending. The Company's new Personal Assistant product line combines its advantaged technology with advanced, patented personalization and advertising capabilities. VoiceBox's is used in products and autos from Toyota, TomTom, Pioneer, Chrysler, Dodge, and Magellan in North America, Europe and Asia.