CES showed optimism for many Navigation / LBS Companies


According to an article in GPS World

The 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was down in attendance last year—some estimate as much as 40 percent. However, a new feeling of optimism, and several product rollouts, made this year’s edition seem livelier—even in a down economy. Ford, once again, is touting new features for its Sync telematics system and other companies are following along.

The International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas kicked off with a keynote address from Alan Mulally, president and chief executive officer of Ford Motor Co., who said that telematics still is a big deal for the automaker through its Sync platform. While discussing Sync, Mulally announced the “myFord Touch,” an in-dash interface to help consumers better access content and control features.

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