Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Overview - Incontrol Touch Audio Systems

NOTE:

Navigation through the voice control system is not available in Asia markets.

The voice control system provides the driver with the option of voice control for a range of supported functions. In addition to the navigation system, phone system and the notepad functions, the system also supports radio, satellite radio, Universal Serial Bus (USB) and auxiliary connection functions

The voice control system adopts a concept known as 'Say What You See' The voice control system allows the vehicle user to concentrate fully on driving the vehicle, without any need to divert their eyes from the road ahead in order to check information read outs on the Touch Screen (TS). The voice control system also feeds back audible information to the vehicle user.

Voice control is mainly a software based system. The software is resident in the Audio Head Unit (AHU), the SD memory card and the Touch Screen (TS).

The main software for controlling the voice control system is located on the SD memory card located in the portable audio interface panel. The SD memory card also contains software for the navigation system and the telephone system.

A voice control microphone is located in the front overhead console and is hardwired to the AHU.

OVERVIEW - INCONTROL TOUCH PLUS AUDIO SYSTEMS

NOTE:

Only basic voice controls are available for Japan specification vehicles. Voice control is not available in other Asian markets.

The voice control system provides the driver with the option of voice control for a range of supported functions. In addition to the navigation system, phone system and the notepad functions, the system also supports radio, satellite radio, digital radio, single CD (compact disc), virtual CD changer, Universal Serial Bus (USB) and auxiliary connection functions.

The voice control system adopts a concept known as 'Say What You See' (not applicable to Japan specification vehicles). Each of the voice control functions are supported by 'Help' commands; saying 'Help' at each point in the conversation will give a context sensitive explanation of what the user can do at that point.

The voice control system allows the vehicle user to concentrate fully on driving the vehicle, without any need to divert their eyes from the road ahead in order to check information read outs on the vehicle Instrument Cluster (IC) or Touch Screen (TS). The voice control system also feeds back audible information to the vehicle user.

Voice control is mainly a software based system. The software is resident in the Integrated Audio Module (IAM) and the TS. The IAM and TS each contain more than one voice control software component and communication between the modules is via the Media Oriented System Transport (MOST) ring.

A voice control microphone is located in the front overhead console and is hardwired to the IAM.

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