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Jayco Takes High Tech Luxury To New Heights With The World-First Voice Activated Production Caravan

June 27, 2019 Glamping No Comments Email Email

Australians are first in the world to experience a new level of luxury caravanning with the introduction of the world-first voice activated production RV, thanks to the market leading technology and innovation by award-winning caravan and RV manufacturer, Jayco. 

For the first time ever, Jayco’s signature Silverline 2019 range comes with a personal virtual assistant – Amazon Alexa – making voice commands possible in a production RV.  Voice commands range from “Alexa, play songs by my favourite artist” and “Alexa, check today’s weather forecast”through to “Alexa, change my TV channel”.

2018 recorded the highest number of domestic caravan and camping visitors in history, growing by a massive 71 per cent from the year prior1. With staycations booming and more Australians wanting to connect with the great outdoors, Jayco Australia CEO, Garry Moore, says the company is focused on innovation and the integration of seamless technology in caravans, making road trips more effortless.

“We rely heavily on technology when it comes to our home and work lives, and it shouldn’t be any different when it comes to your caravan,” said Mr Moore. “The introduction of Amazon Alexa in the iconic Jayco Silverline opens up a whole new luxury caravanning experience for domestic travellers across the country,” he says.

Jayco Silverline customers can enjoy a wide range of other Amazon Alexa voice commands including:

  • Set timers or reminders: “Alexa, set a timer for 15 minutes”
  • Turn the air conditioning on or off: “Alexa, turn on the air conditioning”
  • While listening to music in Amazon Music: “Alexa, buy this song” or “Alexa, buy this album”
  • Turn the volume up or down: “Alexa, turn the volume up”
  • Get traffic information: “Alexa, what’s my commute look like?” or “Alexa, what’s traffic like?”
  • Turn lights on or off: “Alexa, turn on the lights” or “Alexa, turn off the lights.”

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