BMW’s Are About To Get A Personality With An Intelligent Personal Assistant
September 26th, 2018
The BMW Group is set to revolutionise driving pleasure with the BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant. From March 2019, BMW drivers and passengers will be joined by an intelligent personal assistant.
The presence of digital personal assistants is continuing to rise, and for the luxury automobile company will mark the start of a new era in which drivers will increasingly be able to operate their car and access its functions and information simply by speaking.
Beginning in March 2019, BMW drivers and passengers will be joined by an intelligent, digital assistant that responds to the all too familiar voice control prompt “Hey BMW”. This will mark the start of a new era for the BMW Group in which drivers will increasingly be able to operate their car and access its functions and information simply by speaking to integrated smart-tech.
The personal assistant will be able to perform a plethora of tasks, such as assisting the driver outside their vehicle, whether it’s at home with the help of a smart speaker or out and about via smartphone. Compatible with a range of digital voice assistants beyond Amazon Alexa, allowing for a streamlined and integrated smart-tech lifestyle. With the help of BMW’s Open Mobility Cloud and the use of artificial intelligence, the personal assistant’s capabilities are constantly growing and developing; BMW have promised a range of functions and skills available will be constantly expanded upon as part of regular updates. Available from March 2019, keep an eye on this space for updates on BMW’s voice control personal assistant.
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