Natural speech information

Due to natural language speech recognition technology, this system enables recognition of a command when spoken naturally.

However, the system cannot recognize every variation of each command.

In some situations, it is possible to omit the command for the procedure and directly state the desired operation.

Voice recognition top screen expression examples

Expression examples for each function

Expression examples for each function

In some situations, It is possible to omit a command for each procedure and to say the desired operation directly.

EXPRESSION EXAMPLES WITH THE “Destination” SCREEN

Normal command recognition — Destination>Point of Interest>Near Here>Gas> The gas stations near the current location will be listed.

Natural speech recognition — Destination> What gas stations are nearby?> The gas stations near the current location will be listed.

INFORMATION

Natural speech example:

“Where’s the nearest Mexican restaurant?” “Where is the closest ATM?”

EXPRESSION EXAMPLES WITH THE “Phone Menu” SCREEN (when making a call using a phonebook)

Normal command recognition — Phone>Dial by Name>Bob>mobile> The phone number will be displayed.

Natural speech recognition — Phone>Call to Bob on his mobile.> The phone number will be displayed.

INFORMATION

Natural speech example:

“Get me Rob Brown on the phone.” “Please place a call to John on his mobile.”

EXPRESSION EXAMPLES WITH THE “Phone Menu” SCREEN (when making a call by saying a phone number)

Normal command recognition — Phone>Dial by Number>123−456−789> The phone number will be displayed.

Natural speech recognition — Phone>Call to 123−456−789.> The phone number will be displayed.

INFORMATION

The above mentioned command for making a call can also be recognized on the voice recognition top screen.

Natural speech example:

“I’d like to place a call to 123−456−789.” “I want to buzz 123−456−789, please.”

EXPRESSION EXAMPLES WITH THE “Information Menu” SCREEN

Normal command recognition — Information>XM Nav Weather>Los Angeles, California> The weather information will be displayed.

Natural speech recognition — Information>Give me a weather report for Los Angeles, California.> The weather information will be displayed.

INFORMATION

Natural speech example:

“How about Detroit, Michigan?”

EXPRESSION EXAMPLES WITH THE “Audio Menu” SCREEN (when the audio source is in satellite radio mode)

Normal command recognition — Audio>Select Channel Number>90> The channel will be changed to the one selected.

Natural speech recognition — Audio>Play channel ninety, please> The channel will be changed to the one selected.

INFORMATION

Natural speech example:

“Switch the channel to XM one seventy five.”

VOICE RECOGNITION TOP SCREEN EXPRESSION EXAMPLES

Normal command recognition — Command List>Dual Map> The map will be displayed in dual map mode.

Natural speech recognition — Switch to dual map mode.> The map will be displayed in dual map mode.

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