NNG cooperates with iNAGO in speech-recognition development
Hungarian navigation software company NNG, which is the developer of iGO Navigation, is cooperating with Japanese startup iNAGO to develop a speech-recognition function for their navigation software that will make driving safer, the Hungarian company said today in a press release.
“NNG started as a small but ambitious company, and as of today, we have grown big and have become definitive in on world-wide level,” Gábor Gurics, iGO Product Director at NNG, said. “We are excited that we can make our global portfolio more innovative in connection with iNAGO,” the professional added.
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