CoPilot, the award winning mobile GPS app is set to make a number of announcements at this year’s MWC. The idea is to make the apps more adaptive, intuitive, and more integrated into your daily drive.
CommuteMe is designed to make everyday driving quicker and easier. It intelligently learns the driver’s preferred route to and from work, and makes calculations to scan the route for traffic. This then allows it to avoid delays, and provide an accurate estimated time of arrival.
If the driver alters their route, CommuteMe recognizes it and proactively adapts.
It gives you the best route for your particular time of travel. Any time of the day, and any day of the week.
You have it on your phone, but you’d really like it to be part of your car’s system. CoPilot is demonstrating MirrorLink, which makes that happen. Watch the video for a demonstration of the setup.
CoPilot for Windows 8 Tablets
CoPilot, whose roots were in Windows OS, is now available on Windows 8.1 tablets, such as Microsoft Surface Pro and Dell Venue Pro.