The Consumer Electronics Show is about to wrap up, but the participants are still not over with showing off the previews of their impressive offerings. Hyundai had announced its presence loudly before the announcement of the show and it has impressed one and all with its offerings. It has also made it clear that gadgets and smart devices will drive the show.
The smart wearable devices will make your car even smarter, especially if you are on board a Hyundai car. Beginning early this year, the drivers who wear wrist devices running on the Android operating system will seek an access to Hyundai’s Blue Link App that can apparently turn them into a James Bond. The drivers can now hold control of their cars from door locks to ignition and headlights to location tracking.
The Blue Link app by Hyundai has given a futuristic idea of driving vehicles and is an instant hit at the Consumer Electronics show. When the app is installed in the wrist worn device, the driver can then employ the voice recognition technology in order to state commands through voice. These phrases can be as easy as ‘start my car’ or ‘find my car’, etc.
Hyundai is to launch its new device-connectivity on 5 January before the wrapping up for the CES event. The android enabled devices can easily download the app through the use of Bluetooth and it makes them take over Hyundai Sonatas produced from 2012 to 2015 timeline apart from 2015 Azeras and Geneses. The app will work only if the driver has an access to the data services.
The executive director of Hyundai Motor America, Barry Ratzlaff has hinted at a press conference that took place last Friday that the Blue Link app will increase the spectrum of Hyundai’s exploration on how the amalgam of wrist enabled device and Blue Link will play an important role in people’s lives.