Chevy Flaunts 2014 Impala Technology at CES

Chevrolet MyLink Infotainment

The Inquisitor - January 10, 2013

Chevro­let took the Con­sumer Elec­tron­ic Show by storm last week, after intro­duc­ing its next gen­er­a­tion MyLink sys­tem, intro­duc­ing new APIs for devel­op­ers.

Get the full sto­ry on new MyLink tech­nol­o­gy here.

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.




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