Blaupunkt Chooses iGO primo® Navigation for New Aftermarket Product
NNG LLC, a leading navigation solution provider and developer of the iGO primo® navigation software, and Blaupunkt a leading brand for quality and innovative car radios, sound components and consumer electronics in Europe and worldwide, jointly announce the new New York 800 aftermarket infotainment unit with navigation and communication functions. Designed for the increasing number of upgradeable 2DIN car radio compartments, the New York 800 is already available in Germany, and will shortly be launched in other countries all over the world.
iGO primo® is the optimal navigation choice for demanding users who appreciate advanced technology and intuitive features on an easy-to-use and clean user interface (UI). The software provides Premium Points of Interest (POIs), Realistic junctions for quicker orientation, and various route alternatives including Green routing for reduced fuel consumption. 3D landmarks and city models create a realistic image of the road ahead.
The iGO primo® software on Blaupunkt's new unit comes with the maps of 43 European countries, 27 languages for navigation and Text-to-Speech (TTS) functionality in 11 languages - giving Blaupunkt users the freedom to promptly navigate all over Europe. The New York 800 features a 6.2-inch digital display and delivers competent route guidance that is further enhanced with TMC service, making navigation dynamic and stress-free even in difficult traffic situations. The Latest Map Guarantee ensures that new owners can start their navigation experience with the freshest maps which can be downloaded for free from www.naviextras.com within 30 days of the first usage.
"With the New York 800 advanced and fast hardware meets rock-solid and feature-loaded navigation," says Péter Balogh, Interim CEO at NNG LLC. "While this aftermarket unit exploits the full potential of the iGO My way Engine that runs behind our navigation solution, the user will enjoy fast and sharp imagery in his dashboard."
The new multimedia device by Blaupunkt also offers a diversified range of entertainment options with connectivity for all types of portable media, including iPhone and iPod. The clean lines of Blaupunkt design round out the complete package profile.
Professional navigation users can look forward to the upcoming New York 800 Truck unit with navigation functions customized for utility vehicles.
About NNG LLC
NNG LLC is one of the leading navigation solution providers for the Automotive, Personal and Wireless navigation industries, and offers fully customizable, on-board, 3D navigation applications to device manufacturers, auto makers and OEM brands that are custom built according to each customer's needs. The core technology is based on the award-winning iGO My way software engine, already installed in millions of navigation devices throughout the world.
The company's subsidiary develops its own digital maps. The first international product of NNG was launched in Germany at CeBIT 2006. Since then, NNG has formed partnerships with more than 140 hardware manufacturers worldwide. It provides innovative and reliable navigation solutions for more than 100 countries and in 45 different languages.
To find out more about NNG please visit www.igomyway.com.
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Blaupunkt was originally formed as a company called "Ideal" in Berlin in 1923 and became famous by the mark of quality used internally for its headphones - the blue dot. This symbol of quality became the trademark and then the company name in 1938. Blaupunkt is a leading brand for car radios in many parts of the world and in Europe in particular. Blaupunkt stands for quality and innovation. The company also focuses increasingly on components for consumer electronics and currently employs close to 450 people worldwide.
For more information, go to www.blaupunkt.com.
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