Sanyo in cooperation with TomTom develops a new built-in car navigation system for Mazda5
Sanyo in cooperation with TomTom have developed a new built-in car navigation system. From the beginning of 2011, the new built-in car navigation system will be offered by Mazda as an option on its new Mazda5 compact van in Europe. The new Sanyo car navigation system features an integrated 5.8-inch touch screen monitor with Sanyo’s audio video solution and a communication module. It is powered by TomTom’s navigation technology and comes with LIVE Services, including HD Traffic, which combines the world’s most accurate traffic information with dynamic route guidance technology. Drivers can stay ahead with up-to-date speed camera information on both fixed and mobile cameras en route, as well live weather updates and local search.
TomTom is the world’s leading provider of location and navigation solutions. Over 45 million people daily use its solutions, be it in the form of dedicated portable navigation devices (PNDs), in-dash car systems or tracking and tracing solutions for fleet management. In addition, hundreds of millions of people use TomTom’s digital maps on the internet or mobile phone. From the beginning of 2011, the new built-in car navigation system will be offered by Mazda.