One embodiment of the present invention, receives voice recognition updates from a dedicated broadcast data stream. The dedicated data stream utilizes a specialized channel connection such as the connection described for transmitting traffic data described in further detail in U.S. patent application Ser. No. 11/266,879, filed Nov. 4, 2005, titled Data Broadcast Method for Traffic Information, the disclosure of which is incorporated in its entirety herein by reference. For example, the XM Satellite Radio signal uses 12.5 MHz of the S band: 2332.5 to 2345.0 MHz. XM has agreed to provide portions of the available radio bandwidth to certain companies to utilize for specific applications. The transmission of messages over the negotiated bandwidth would be considered to be a dedicated data stream. In a preferred embodiment, only certain vehicles would be equipped to receive the dedicated broadcast signal or data set. For example, the dedicated broadcast signal may only be received by Honda vehicles through a particular Honda satellite channel connection and a satellite radio receiver. However, the broadcast signal may comprise, by way of example only, a digital signal, FM signal, WiFi, cell, a satellite signal, a peer-to-peer network and the like. In an embodiment of the invention, voice recognition data is embedded into the dedicated broadcast message received at the vehicle.
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Fuche it!!! I'm dusting off my Pom Pom's!!! SiriusXM is fixing to revolutionize the in vehicle experience...Plastic phones with different colors isn't very! Think Apple or Google with wheels, Hardware, and Bandwith. Welcome to the world of multiple revenues and income streams...
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funny, i log onto yahoo finance home page and there are 3 of my 4 big stocks….Apple, FB, Sirius XM (another lawsuit)
Should Sirius XM Worry About a Chatty Rival?
More particularly, the present invention pertains to a method of prompting that begins with the speaking task and follows with a computerized verbalization of the text. Subsequent user interface steps can be visual in nature, or only involve sound. In terms of the use case, the vehicle driver hears audio prompts and responds with speech to complete a task such as creating a text message. As a result, the present invention makes it practical for vehicle drivers to use their speech to enter text strings. By leveraging an on-premise speech-recognition solution that connects to a remote (or hosted) speech recognition system, the SOA, an asynchronous approach can be used to recognize speech. The dialog is always forward moving and the user is not asked to repeat utterances, even though the user can ask to repeat a phrase, if the application includes an appropriate query. The benefits of such an approach provide a safe and enjoyable user interface that is compelling to use while driving a vehicle.
Sounds a lot like Apple's Siri except better, Huh?
Guess who own's the patent? http://www.google.com/patents/WO2012174515A1?cl=en
But nothing compares to this.... http://www.google.com/patents/US2002...ed=0CFkQ6AEwBA mark my words.... Agero is the last referenced patent, coincidence? Malone is doing his Dr. Evil laugh...HAHAHAHA
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