TTN Wins 2013 Telematics Update Award for Best Navigation Solution
New York - Jun 10, 2013 - Total Traffic Network (TTN), a programming and technology service that delivers real-time local traffic flow and incident information, has been named the 2013 Telematics Update Award winner for Best Navigation Solution. The Telematics Update Awards recognize the leading players in the telematics space during Telematics Detroit, a conference and exhibition for the entire telematics ecosystem.
During this 10th Anniversary Telematics Update Awards event, more than 350 individual nominations were in the running. TTN was recognized for its navigation solution that delivers real-time local traffic flow and incident information with graphics to vehicle dashboards via an HD Radio signal or IP-connectivity. Its HD Hybrid technology delivers features such as Doppler radar, real-time local and national weather forecasts from The Weather Channel, as well as traffic updates and the ability to deliver news, stocks, sport scores and fuel prices.
TTN is commercially available in select Toyota and Lexus vehicles as well as through JVC navigation systems.
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