The CES® is one of the most renowned and most important exhibitions for consumer electronics worldwide. For 50 years it serves as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies in the business of consumer technologies. The main focus lies on the upcoming trends of shared mobility, connectivity, autonomous driving, digital assistance, emission protection as well as electro mobility. In the last few years there’s an increasing share of the topics AI and robotics. As part of the joint paragon booth paragon semvox will present its digital assistant Edwin in the Convention Center in Las Vegas from 8th to 11th January 2019.
With the help of Edwin cars turn into real assistants. They communicate, think and act with a strong goal orientation. No matter if proactive hints, office services, voice control of in-car services or smart information around the technical functionalities of the car – Edwin knows what to do and supports users with self-initiated proposals for the right purpose. The digital car assistant is able to schedule workshop appointments, warns in case of deteriorating air conditions and changes the planned route accordingly.
Edwin is integrated into a car simulation system that presents the current products of various companies of the paragon group. Mount into the driver cabin and get an impression of the car of the future. See, for example, the perfect loudspeaker that compensates noises and distortions. By its small size it causes less production costs.
The Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System (AVAS) by paragon electroacoustics is a warning system that sends out acoustic signals to alert pedestrians and cyclists from approaching electronic vehicles. As part of the simulation system, the AVAS will be presented at the paragon stand.
Despite its low power, the Wireless Charging System by paragon integrated into the car door reliably recognizes and charges end devices nearby. Among the further solutions by paragon will be the Seat Belt Observer, which recognizes incorrectly fastened seat belts, the fine dust particle sensor Dustdetect® and the fine dust filter system Dustprotect, which ensures that fine dust particles will not enter the interior of the vehicle in the first place. Moreover, the new vital data recording system tracks important vital data from the driver, such as pulse and breathing, through sensors. This will allow tomorrow’s autonomously driving vehicles to immediately react to emergency situations.
Convince yourself of the paragon group’s technologies and solutions already in use to make cars safer, more functional and more extensive in the future. Discover the world of automobile electronics at CES®, 8th to 11th January, 2019 at the Convention Center in Las Vegas, North Hall (LVCC), Stand 9432!