“Ok Google, talk to Aramón. Tell me the snow part of Formigal-Panticosa.” With this simple phrase, skiers will be able to obtain all the updated information of the snow part of any of the Aramón group resorts.
The snow parts and information regarding the meteorology of the Aramón group resorts can now be consulted on the devices that incorporate Google Assistant . From practically one hundred percent of Android phones and the entire range of Google smart speakers you can call on your assistant to have information regarding the snow part, track conditions, ski lifts, accesses, temperatures, etc. You can also get all the information from smartphones with iOS operating system and have the Google Assistant application installed.
Smart speakers became the star gift last Christmas. Within the smart speaker market, those that incorporate Google Assistant occupy a large part of the market share, so there will be many skiers who thanks to their smartphones and their new smart speakers can keep up with Aramón resorts, using this new way to get data almost in real time just by asking your devices.
To start getting information through voice commands, the first thing the skier will have to do is call his assistant using the words OK GOOGLE. Next, you should order your device to TALK WITH HARMON.
At that time you can ask the questions you want. How is Javalambre? Tell me the snow part of Cerler. Information about Formigal-Panticosa. How are the tracks in Valdelinares? State of the ski lifts in Panticosa. What is the snow status in Cerler? How does it look in Formigal? How is the sky in Valdelinares? Is it going to snow in Javalambre? Is the Tres Hombres track open? Cogulla chairlift status. Formigal temperature.
Thus, while the skier has breakfast at home or during the trip he can, through his Google smart speakers or his smartphone, the part by simply invoking it. And why not, also from the chairlift, to know the specific state of a track.