Cardo Systems (News - Alert), which has been empowering people who are on the move with some fine communication and entertainment devices, scored yet again with a software upgrade for its scala rider G9, touted to be the most 'sociable' communication system for motorcycle riders.
The free upgrade, software version 1.3, now available to all G9 users via the Cardo Community online platform, offers communication -rich features, hands-free voice controls of many functions that allow motorcyclists to remain in touch safely.
In addition to default voice command settings, the new Call Intercom Setting on the G9 allows users to easily and seamlessly open an intercom conversation with fellow riders right away without the need to first give a voice command in advance.
With new voice commands and voice control instruction to control opening functions, audio announcements to turn the radio on and off and also control music and a new pairing mode with the BMW Bluetooth audio system, scala rider G9 has been touted to be a ‘must have tool' for cyclists and outdoor riders.
With new VOX setting, new cross-language voice recognition, other more voice controlled functions and features, auditory alerts merged with an intuitive user interface, streaming music in stereo from mobile phones to high grade speakers, and quick and easy attachment to the helmet, Scala 9 could prove to be a boon to cyclists and riders.
Voice dials, an intelligent priority system that stops the music when a call needs to be accepted and click-to-Link feature that empowers users to spontaneously connect scala rider G9 or G4 users in the vicinity, adds to the novelty of the headset.
With ample talk time, low battery alert and free access to the Cardo community, Scala 9 has become a highly advanced ‘social communication tool' for cyclists and other riders.
The company, which has pioneered many useful and enjoyable innovations in motorcycle, snowmobile and bicycle headsets, has been offering tools for its outdoor customers in motion, who want to remain in touch in a safe and user-friendly manner.
Edited by Brooke Neuman