Kardome Integrates Voice into Panasonic Automotive

Kardome has integrated its Mobility platform into Panasonic Automotive's SkipGen2 In-Vehicle Infotainment System.

Kardome Mobility can capture up to six voices over three rows with a single microphone array. Its Spatial Hearing technology isolates desired speech and identifies speakers and their location in the vehicle and ensures that passengers can communicate with the infotainment system's voice assistant by reducing interference from crosstalk. It also provides voice biometrics and customized wake word models.

"Our latest integration with Kardome Mobility builds on our efforts to elevate the customer in-vehicle voice interaction experience," said Andrew Poliak, chief technology officer of Panasonic Automotive, in a statement. "Customers want to enjoy a seamless experience with their voice assistants while on the road. We are excited to be able to team up on an integration that will enhance the voice experience with the SkipGen2 Infotainment system."

"We are excited to collaborate with Panasonic Automotive and integrate Kardome Mobility into the SkipGen2 In-Vehicle Infotainment System," said Dani Cherkassky, CEO of Kardome, in a statement. "Our technology will provide passengers with an accurate and personalized voice interaction experience while minimizing background noise and interferences. We believe that this collaboration will revolutionize the in-vehicle voice experience."

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