• 2 Mrz 2009

Navigationssystem Made in Germany

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Navi Made in Germany

CeBIT 2009 Halle 015 / Stand  E34

Die Firma BI-Automotive aus Niederderkassel (bei Bonn) bietet ein Navigationssystem an, das mit fahrzeugspezifischen Konsolen, in fast jedes Armaturenbrett eingebaut werden kann. Das 4,3 Zoll große Display des GPStar lässt sich bei Nichtgebrauch einfach einklappen. Ausgestattet mit TMC (Telematic Message Channel) über das Radio (nicht im Lieferumfang  😉 ), Bluetooth, Touchscreen und Lichtsensor, reiht sich das System zwischen teuere Originalsysteme und preisgünstige Saugnapfhalter-Kabelgewirr-Handhelds ein. weiter lesen»

  • 6 Feb 2009

Navigationsgeräte auf der CeBIT 2009

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CeBIT 2009: Neue Navigation mit Spracheingabe und Parkplatzsuche von der NAVIGON AG

Innovative Features und Services in Navigationsgeräten kommen meist von NAVIGON AG  aus Hamburg (http://www.navigon.com/). Professional Voice Command bietet neue Möglichkeiten der Sprachsteuerung, Clever Parking sind Informationen zu Parkmöglichkeiten am Zielort.

…„ich habe Sie nicht verstanden“…, so klingt es, wenn wir versuchen, Computer das „Hören“ beizubringen. Wenn ihr schon einmal versucht habt, über die Spracheingabe z.B. bei der Bahn, ein Ticket zu bestellen kennt ihr den Satz, der einen zur Verzweifelung bringen kann.

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