Here and Cerence ‘personalise’ in-car experience

Here Technologies has integrated its location intelligence with Cerence's Drive portfolio to bring advanced artificial intelligence (AI)-powered mobility assistant offerings to drivers.
Networking & Communication Systems / March 23, 2020
By Ben Spencer
Here Technologies and Cerence partner on AI-powered mobility assistant offerings (© Mohamed Ahmed Soliman | Dreamstime.com)
Here Technologies and Cerence partner on AI-powered mobility assistant offerings (© Mohamed Ahmed Soliman | Dreamstime.com)

Here and the technology company will continue bringing voice-powered access to Here maps, application programming interfaces (API) and point of interest (POI) data to automakers such as Audi, BMW and Daimler.

Here says its voice-enabling APIs create a conversational experience in which drivers can use natural language instead of specific prescribed commands to find the nearest charging station.

According to Here, this solution improves in-car experiences through ongoing AI-based learning of driver preferences and habits. Here's rich location-based data can make suggestions based on preferences such as a driver who visits petrol stations open 24 hours with diesel offerings, the company adds.

Jørgen Behrens, chief product officer at Here, says: “As the popularity of mobility assistants continues to grow, accurate location information is integral to enable a driver to fully leverage the assistant and its capabilities.”

 

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