At this year's CeBIT expo, Nav N Go is introducing an update to its navigation software, called iGO primo, which is used as a back-end software solution for GPS manufacturers for a licensing fee.
Companies like Pioneer, Harman Kardon, and Sony use Nav N Go software to power their navigation devices instead of developing the software in-house. The new version of iGO promises "over 30 new features and hundreds of enhancements," according to the company.
Improvements over the previous version of iGO, which was just released less than a year ago, include a high-definition real-time view of the terrain, warnings for upcoming traffic signs, and a feature that provides ETAs for specified travel routes (taking traffic and other delays into consideration).
Nav N Go is showing the new software to OEM partners this week at CeBIT. It has no announcements on when it might begin to be fully implemented in a device.
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