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Multimodal input meets visual output

Augmentation isn’t a new technology, but automotive applications are providing new impetus. Cerence is at the heart of this development by discovering and using augmented reality as an additional output modality that – combined with various input modes such as voice, eye-tracking and gesture recognition ­– enhances the user experience and provides access to a wide range of information.

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Smart windshield – A window into the future of the mobility experience

Following our cooperation at CES 2019, we had the chance to sit down with Bastien Beley, Marketing Director of Saint-Gobain Sekurit, who shed some light on their transparent screen windshield technology and shared his view on the role of innovative glazing for tomorrow’s mobility experience.

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Customized voices are a great way to enhance and distinguish a brand

New advancements in deep-learning enable Cerence to offer a large variety of mobility assistant voices that sound more human-like, can be customized according to customer demands and enable a great user experience across a large variety of day-to-day use cases. Johan Wouters, Director of Product Management gives some insights into our latest advancements in deep-learning based text-to-speech, voice creation and customer benefits of these solutions.

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Creating trust with collaborative driving

With our multimodal mobility assistant platform, Cerence is offering solutions that promise to make the transition between human-controlled vehicles and highly automated cars as seamless as possible. At CES 2019, visitors got a chance to witness our technology in action at on-track demonstrations offered by autonomous technology firm Veoneer.

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Not a trust fall, but a trust rise to the occasion

Is a transparent system enough in an autonomous vehicle? Or do accuracy and reliability trump transparency? In this article, user experience researcher Dr. Carie Cunningham shares her personal thoughts as well as insights into ongoing research work at the Cerence DRIVE Lab.

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