Elektrobit Supplies Navigation Software to ClarionMiND

Elektrobit Supplies Navigation Software to ClarionMiND
Elektrobit (EB) has announced this week the ClarionMiND (Mobile Internet Navigation Device) is based on EB street director navigation solution. The ClarionMiND is a high-performance portable navigation and computing device powered by the Intel Atom processor which retail price is around $600.

The EB street director navigation within the ClarionMiND is fully integrated to all internet applications, e.g. the entire Google Maps data base. Search results from Google Maps will be plotted directly on the map of the EB street director navigation application and the device will route directly to these search results. The ClarionMiND connects to the Internet using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth mobile phone dial-up.

EB street director is a white-label navigation software targeted for the automotive and consumer electronics market. The software is modular in structure and supports multiple operating systems. It can be used in different device classes spanning from wireless devices like MIDs and mobile phones to Personal Navigation Devices (PND) and in-dash navigation systems of the automotive industry. The architecture of the EB street director navigation software has open interfaces and allows OEMs to integrate their own applications and services, as well as those of third-party

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