India has a massive road network, so the sheer number of roads and names makes navigating difficult, if not tough. OEM’s in India are keen on a single technology that focuses on usability, easy connectivity and feasibility. NNG addresses this need with iGO Primo Nextgen Navigation, localizing it to India.
With nearly 10 years of industry experience and projects for over 30 car manufacturers, NNG’s iGO Primo Nextgen Navigation features an adaptive HMI for easy customization of different hardware, screen size and resolution across platforms. Ease of adaptability makes it an affordable navigation solution. iGO primo nextgen supports multimodal data entry, touch screen, rotary controller, and voice control.
iGO primo nextgen,with an additional feature set is also being developed for seamless integration with a smartphone in bridging the gap between life cycles of smartphones and head units. With data aggregated from varied content providers,local search and traffic updates will be plentiful to prompt traffic free routes. The additional feature set will be integrated with iGO primo nextgen in a few months time.
Peter Bolesza, Vice President of Emerging Markets at NNG spoke of the revolutionary navigation technology as a game changer for navigation in India, and helps create user friendly and affordable navigation solutions for all. Easily adapted to any hardware or car model, partners can choose the right tech for varied car model.
Strategic partner of NNG in India, ANS will help with necessary customer understanding and support. iGO primo nextgen is available from late August for current and potential automotive partners of NNG and ANS. With special features tailored to the Indian market, point addressing, natural guidance, and Integrated Quick Search aim to make navigation easy and usable. 2013 financial results reveal NNG owns 26% market share in the OEM line-fit, and 65% in the after market globally (excluding JCK). Having recently acquired nfuzion, NNG widens its presence in automotive on-board systems.