With its Future Mobile Navigation Toolkit, Fraunhofer FIRST shows from February 16th until 19th 2009 components for a new generation of navigation devices at GSMA Barcelona (booth G-49, hall 1).
In future, these will supply you with seamless, up-to-date information, provide reliable forecasts and feature a number of additional technologies such as improved search and compression algorithms.
Would your navigation device pass an IQ test? Is it familiar with every detail of the route? Can it tell the future? Can it come up with the correct route in a matter of seconds? Is it your constant reliable companion both indoors and out? Or is its memory rather patchy and are its reactions a bit on the slow side? Does it leave you in the lurch whenever you enter a building? Then you should prescribe it a dose of brain training!
With its Future Mobile Navigation Toolkit, Fraunhofer FIRST shows from February 16th until 19th 2009 components for a new generation of navigation devices at GSMA Barcelona (booth G-49, hall 1). In future, these will supply you with seamless, up-to-date information, provide reliable forecasts and feature a number of additional technologies such as improved search and compression algorithms.· TPEG Service Centre
Mirjam Kaplow | Fraunhofer Gesellschaft
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