Responding to the logistics and transportation industry’s soaring need for immediate workflow optimization, German Autolabs will use the new funds to accelerate the roll-out of its modular voice platform.
Test drives in Munich rush hour traffic conclude: Driving errors including inappropriate speed, lane errors, lack of distance and incorrect indicating are reduced when the voice assistant simply remains silent at critical moments.
German Autolabs, the Berlin-based startup behind Chris, the world’s first voice AI enabled digital assistant for in-car usage, today announced additional funding of €7 million. The financing round was led by new investors nbr Tech Ventures, VC Fonds Technologie Berlin, managed by IBB Beteiligungsgesellschaft mbH, and coparion. Existing investor Target Partners also participated in the round.
No hands on the smartphone while driving! Now you have Chris - the first digital assistant for drivers. The smart hardware supports drivers like a real co-driver. Chris is attached to the windscreen like a navigation device and paired with the mobile phone via Bluetooth so every vehicle turns into a connected car with high-end features. The full proactive digital assistant understands simple gestures and displays the relevant information on a colour screen.
Jung, wild und ständig online - auch hinterm Steuer? Das wollte German Autolabs wissen und hat mit dem renommierten Marktforschungsinstitut YouGov über 400 Autofahrer im Alter von 18-22 Jahren zu ihrem digitalen Verhalten hinterm Steuer befragt. Demnach zeigen sich die jungen Autofahrer verantwortungsbewusster als allgemein angenommen. Die vollständigen Ergebnisse der Umfrage finden Sie hier...
German Autolabs is growing, adding Clive Millington, the former COO of TomTom and a highly experienced expert in the field of B2C mobility hardware. Clive Millington will support German Autolabs’ ambitious goal of bringing Chris - the retrofit digital assistant for drivers - to every car.
German Autolabs announced today two new financing modules. The Berlin start-up is now part of mFUND - the funding program of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) for the digitization of mobility in Germany.