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Last €37.77 EUR
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Mühlentalstrasse 2

Schaffhausen, 8200

Switzerland

Phone: 41 52 630 1600

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Garmin Ltd. designs, develops, manufactures, markets, and distributes a family of hand-held, wrist-based, portable and fixed-mount Global Positioning System (GPS)-enabled products and other navigation, communications, information, and sensor-based products. Segments The company’s segments include Auto/Mobile, Outdoor, Fitness, Marine, and Aviation. Automotive/Mobile This segment offers a range of automotive navigation products, as well as various products and applications designed for the mobile GPS market. Personal Navigation Devices (PND): PNDs combine a full-featured GPS navigator (with built-in maps) with the company’s simple user interface. PNDs are sold under the nüvi, zumo, dezl, and fleet brand names. The zumo series offers motorcycle-specific features, the dezl series offers over-the-road trucking features while the fleet series delivers an integrated tracking and dispatch fleet system. Across the expansive product portfolio, the company offers features, such as large screens, integrated traffic receivers for traffic avoidance (including some models with lifetime traffic updates), bundled lifetime map updates, spoken street names, voice activated navigation, speed limit indication, lane assist with PhotoReal junction views – various photos of actual upcoming junctions, 3-D building view, Bluetooth hands-free capability, DashCams, and backup cameras. The company offers line of nüvi personal navigation devices. The nüvi2798 LMT combines a 7 inches display with a wireless backup camera allowing drivers to easily spot vehicles, pedestrians, and other obstructions as they back up their vehicle. In addition, the 2014 line of Essential nüvis features a 5-6 inches display, as well as lifetime traffic avoidance. The company offers zumo 590LM, which features a 5 inches touch screen display. The zumo 590LM includes a MP3 player, advanced navigation features, and infotainment options to keep riders connected on the road. The company offers the fleet 660 and 670, the first Android-based fleet navigators allowing for customizations. The new devices connect to and control a range of external devices over Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or serial cable. The fleet 660 and 670 are optimized for in-cab use with dust-proof design, high-sensitivity GPS, extra loud speaker, and a sunlight readable, 6 inches capacitive touch screen. Infotainment Solutions: In addition to PNDs, the company has relationships with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) providing infotainment solutions ranging from portable solutions utilizing an integrated mount within the vehicle to software navigation solutions to fully embedded systems offering a range of functionality. Mobile Applications: The company offers mobile applications under various brand names, including Viago, StreetPilot and NAVIGON. The applications are offered across a range of smartphones and tablets, including iOS, Android and Windows enabled devices. These applications provide users turn-by-turn, voice-prompted directions and other advanced Garmin navigation features, including Reality View Pro junction information and traffic information. Some are offered as onboard solutions in which mapping is downloaded to the user’s device and always available while some are offboard solutions in which mapping is available through a server utilizing the mobile connectivity of the device. Outdoor This segment offers a range of products designed for use in outdoor activities. Outdoor Handhelds: Outdoor handhelds range from basic waypoints navigation capabilities to advanced color touchscreen devices offering barometric altimeter, 3-axis compass, camera, microSD card slot for optional customized maps and other features. Outdoor handhelds are sold under the Dakota, Oregon, Rino, Montana, Monterra, eTrex, and GPSMAP brand names. Each series of products is designed to serve various price points and niche activity categories. The Rino series of handhelds additionally offers two-way Family Radio Service and General Mobile Radio Service that integrate two-way voice communications. The Monterra is the company’s first Wi-Fi enabled, Android-based outdoor handheld GPS. The compan

 

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