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HUDWAY Glass, a Head-Up Display at eye level in any car
Irina Slavina Co-Owner & Legal Counsel of Hudway joins Enterprise Radio to talk about HUDWAY Glass, a universal driving accessory that turns your smartphone into a concise Head-Up Display at eye level in any car.
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Irina Slavina discuss the following:
- How did HUDWAY first get started and who came up with the idea?
- What exactly is a HUD and what is the biggest advantage HUDWAY Glass can offer to users?
- Many vehicles today may not carry built in navigation, but if your car does have this functionality, can you not just use the built in navigation or are there still advantages to getting HUDWAY Glass?
- Texting, taking phone calls and other distractions on the road is a big problem today. Tell us a bit more about how HUDWAY can benefit those that may be distracted while driving.
- You also have several apps. The HUDWAY app and the Speedometer are some of them. What is the difference between these apps and is this a separate functionality from HUDWAY Glass?
- Was the technology designed for strictly distracted driving and who can benefit the most?
- What is your advice to entrepreneurs who are looking to launch a new product? Are there any key takeaways you can provide?
- How much does HUDWAY retail for and where can people go to purchase the product?
Irina Slavina is one of co-owners of Hudway. She is also a legal counsel and spokesperson for the company. Irina joined the company in 2014 when it was time to move the business from Russia to the United States.
Hudway is now located in Silicon Beach, California (Marina del Rey). Irina is a licensed attorney. Prior to joining Hudway, Irina worked in prominent ligation law firms in Chicago and Los Angeles. She is a mom to a 5-year old boy.
HUDWAY is a unique application for smartphone users that allows drivers to focus on the road, keep their hands on the wheel and mind on driving.
Now drivers don’t have to interpret audio commands or complicated maps and symbols.
Current navigation systems are inherently unsafe by distracting a driver’s attention away from the road. This is especially true when driving in low visibility conditions — rain, fog, heavy snow or darkness.