Hands-Free Units With Bluetooth Launched By Parrot
Driving does require you to have your full concentration on the road ahead. It is also very essential that your mind does not wander anywhere else. However, because of the frantic pace of the world today, it seems like anywhere a person goes, there is always something that you would need to take care of bills to be paid, friends asking for advice, family members giving you last minute instructions, bosses looking for report, clients asking for a meeting, and many others.
Good thing that Parrot, a company that has already become a specialist in Bluetooth hands-free telephony, has been able to create the BTHFU (Bluetooth Hands-Free Units) for cars and vehicles. In fact, Parrot is actually a member and the current chair of the Bluetooth SIG Automobile working group. According to the company, the products that they are designing and developing have been made just especially for vehicles. And the BTHFU has been actually created along with the company Visteon. This new unit would be coming with digital signal processing, noise reduction features, as well as echo cancellation. You would be able to find this one in the Nissan Bluebird Sylphy which would be roaming the streets of China.
Henri Seydoux is the founder and the CEO of Parrot and he comments, We are very happy to collaborate with Visteon, one of the leading automotive equipment suppliers worldwide, on the development of hands-free systems which should become widely applicable as a car standard equipment.
This kind of innovation and change in the automotive industry just simply shows that as everything in the world evolves, the automotive industry is also evolving along and simply not just in terms of Buick parts and the like. During the time that the passengers needed much protection during crashes, the air bags were created. During the time when people were very much affected by high gas prices, hybrid vehicles were sent out. And during this time when communication and being in touch is a very important aspect of life, the Bluetooth Hands Free Units became a reality.
About the Author: Tracy is a 29 year old researcher and writer from Dallas, Texas with extensive experience in writing auto-related articles and covering automotive related events. She is currently a contributing writer for a leading automotive e-zine.