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Sygic’s New Car Connectivity Project Integrates Data Built-In Car Sensors and Smart City Infrastructure
Sygic, the global navigation leader with more than 200-million users, recently made headlines with its Truck GPS navigation system at this year’s ICT & Logistics trade show in the Netherlands. The algorithm analyzes multiple waypoints in order to send drivers on efficient routes, which save on time, gas, and other resources. In addition to this news, the innovative startup has just unveiled, at CES 2019, the new connectivity project. It aims to integrate data from built-in car sensors and various Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) integration services into the Maps & Navigation SDK also used by Sygic flagship Navigation products. “Mobile navigation systems nowadays use car integration predominantly to mirror the user experience from smartphones into the car head unit. Connectivity uses just a fraction of the available sensors’ data. Our solution can integrate and read various data from built-in GPS antennae, brakes, gears or other CAN bus data to achieve greater accuracy, increase driver safety and reduce car maintenance costs,“ explained Sygic CEO Martin Strigac.
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