German Autolabs introduces digital assistant for drivers
German Autolabs’ Chris, a digital assistant for drivers, is designed to support drivers like a real co-driver. Chris is attached to the windscreen like a navigation device and paired with the mobile phone via Bluetooth to turn the vehicle into a connected car. The full proactive digital assistant understands simple gestures and displays the relevant information on a color screen.
The device is intended to allow apps and services to be used safely and conveniently while driving, i.e., to send and receive messages, voice-assisted navigation, hands-free equipment, and wireless music playback from the mobile phone. Chris also works offline, without any internet connection.
Chris is 9.0 x 9.0 x 4.4 cm in size, excluding mount, and has a 2.1 in TFT LCD color display. The digital assistant understands and speaks English and German.
Visit German Autolabs at CES from Jan. 8 to 11, in booth 1501 (Westgate) and booth 52301 (Sands) for a product demo.