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TMCNet:  Elektrobit (EB) Media Advisory - CES (Consumer Electronics Show)

[January 04, 2013]

Elektrobit (EB) Media Advisory - CES (Consumer Electronics Show)

--(Business Wire)--

Elektrobit (EB):

WHAT - Elektrobit (EB) executives at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES (News - Alert)) in Las Vegas (Jan. 8-11) will be available to discuss next-generation automotive infotainment and navigation trends by phone or at the company's exhibit (North Hall - Booth 3220).

WHO - Martin Schleicher, Elektrobit (News - Alert) (EB) vice president of Infotainment, leads a group of senior EB executives, attending this year's CES.

NEWS - EB will be available to discuss automotive infotainment and navigation systems on display at CES, including:

  • "Gesture" controls and voice-recognition for infotainment systems;
  • Integration of "real time" traffic information into navigation programs, and
  • 3D displays, as well as Google (News - Alert) Earth and Google Street View graphics, for auto navigation systems.

MEDIA CONTACTS: For additional information or to schedule an interview, please call or email: Austin Nestor with AutoCom at +1.248.647.8621 or ancestor@usautocom.com; Sharon Beyerlein with EB at +1.425.286.6205, or Larry Weis with AutoCom at +1.248.705.4448 or lweis@usautocom.com.

BACKGROUND - Audi, Ford, General Motors (News - Alert) and other major auto makers and their suppliers will have driver assistance, navigation and infotainment technology on display at CES designed to improve safety and driver comfort.

With North American headquarters in Detroit and Seattle, EB plays a major role in the development of software-based driver-assistance, navigation and infotainment systems. EB-developed systems currently are on the road in millions of vehicles built by global car makers such as Audi, Cadillac, Daimler, Ford, Honda (News - Alert), Jaguar, Land Rover, Renault and Volkswagen.


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