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iGO primo Gets One Shot Voice Destination Entry

Article by: Darren Griffin
Date: 14 Dec 2011

NNG are introducing One-Shot Voice Destination Entry in their iGO primo navigation software.

Developed using the Nuance speech engine, this new technology allows a user to speak and entire address in one go. iGO primo uses its onboard speech recognition technology to produce a destination without further input.

The new feature is available for OEM partners immediately and does not require any external data connection so is suitable for connected and non-connected devices. The software is also capable of supporting more than 20 European, Asian and American languages for speech recognition and 30 for the basic text-to-speech service.

For more information visit NNG's web site at www.igomyway.com.

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Posted by MaFt on Wed Dec 14, 2011 9:53 pm Reply with quote

Nice! I wonder if they will add it to the iPhone app at some point?

I don't think any of the smartphone nav apps have a feature like this? It seems perfectly suited to a device that has a good microphone already present.


Posted by TieJustice on Fri Dec 16, 2011 7:56 am Reply with quote

Voice reconation ? Have you tryed any program that use'es this software? Even on a PC it takes some time for it to lern the way you speak,

I have the garmin it has voice reconation it's not that good it always selects the one I don't want, starts up as we chat in the car not the command for it to start up. It's more of a hindrance than a convenience.

I use voice reconation on a PC with a flight game it took a lot of time to get it to work right, and it's very limited in commands,

Good luck with this, I hope it works,

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