Chevrolet took the Consumer Electronic Show by storm last week, after introducing its next generation MyLink system, introducing new APIs for developers.
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Chevrolet [introduced] its next generation MyLink system. The system, which will start in select Chevy models next year, has integrated driver technology using a touchscreen, driver controls, and voice recognition.
In announcing their new generation MyLink, the automaker also introduced new APIs for developers, allowing them to both interact with and build upon the new infotainment systems in GM vehicles.
Using these APIs, developers at AT&T’s hackathon were able to develop exciting new applications for the MyLink system.
At Pepcom and CES 2013, Chevrolet debuted the technology using its 2014 Impala, giving showgoers the opportunity to sit inside for a hands-on demonstration.