TomTom Offers Navigation Devices in Indonesia
TomTom is launching its Via and GO 2050 series of Personal Navigation Devices (PNDs) in Indonesia. This complete range of products with models for basic navigation as well as feature-rich devices for more demanding driving is now available at major consumer electronic stores and online. It was announced by the company today, Feb. 21.
TomTom’s PNDs deliver sophisticated design, smart navigation technology and TomTom’s own maps of seven Southeast Asia countries, says the company.
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“We’ve been in Indonesia for a number of years making high-quality maps. We’re really pleased to be delivering PNDs now. We see the potential for business growth here and we look forward to working with our partners to meet this demand and use the industry-leading maps we’ve developed,” says Chris Kearney, VP Asia Pacific.
Key features of the new TomTom GPS products include: commercial and residential building search, hands-free calling, advanced lane guidance and a local user interface.
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TomTom is a global supplier of location and navigation products and services. It offers digital maps, traffic intelligence, navigation software, PNDs, automotive systems, fleet management services, smartphone apps, fitness devices, POIs and speedcam intelligence.
Headquartered in Amsterdam, TomTom has over 3,500 employees and operates from 50 locations in 35 countries. TomTom (AEX:TOM2) is listed on NYSE Euronext.