January 12, 2007

Dash Express GPS Awards at CES 2007

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Dash Navigation got a couple of honors this week at CES 2007; namely the "Best of CES" awards from both CNet and LAPTOP magazine for the internet connected Dash Express GPS. If you haven't heard of the Dash Express, it is a pretty advanced GPS that re-writes the way GPS systems navigate, as it uses its real-time connection via onboard cellular and WiFi radios to get constant traffic updates, and routes you not only based on current conditions but also historic traffic conditions. The connection also facilitates mapping updates and allows you to do contextual searching on data not just names of Points of Interest locations.

“We believe the future of car navigation will be based on the core technologies being developed by the Dash team and these prestigious awards validate our approach,” said Dash Navigation Chief Executive Officer Paul Lego. “Using our unique two-way Internet connectivity, we can truly deliver on the promise of car navigation – to help you get around traffic and make it simple to find what you need when you’re in your car. We can’t wait to get the product into drivers’ hands in the coming months as this market is growing so rapidly."

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Posted by Scott Martin at January 12, 2007 8:10 AM

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