The company will add the feature to additional models in 2019.
Alexa integration into Toyota and Lexus infotainment systems will allow driver and passengers to ask for directions, control entertainment, queue news, control the smart home, and access other Alexa skills available through Amazon's marketplace. Forward looking statements contained in this release relate to Amazon Alexa and the Company's leadership in the Video Eyewear, VR and AR display industry. However, Vuzix has emerged as the first smartglass maker to showcase the development in real. But bringing Alexa to smart glasses could be an even bigger deal, as developers experiment with blending augmented reality with the AI assistant's functionality.
Vuzix Corp. will show off a pair of smart glasses that can talk to Amazon.com Inc.'s voice-activated digital assistant and display information to the wearer's field of view, Vuzix Chief Executive Officer Paul Travers said in an interview.
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Toyota's Entune 3.0 system gets an upgrade to include a version of Alexa. In part, this is because consumers will continue to demand broader types of information from their smart assistants, he says, which will play into Google Home's strengths and help it gain market share. Models such as the, and lately entered the smartphone market with Alexa integration alongside Google Assistant.
Amazon's Alexa software has already made its way into just about every Internet-connected device you can imagine, like smartwatches, lamps, and refrigerators, to name just a few. In contrast, Google, which launched its Home product (featuring Google Assistant) in November 2016-Echo was made available to the public in June 2015-only captures between 15% and 24%, according to those same reports.
The partnership will bring to life Amazon's plans to expand its speech platform beyond one's home. The company hasn't officially confirmed plans to build a dedicated headset, but its acquisition of mixed-reality headset developer Vrvana Inc. late previous year added further fuel to the fire.