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Espial Technology Will Power Java-based Vehicle Applications
Espial Technology Will Power Java-based Vehicle Applications

(October 11, 2002) - Clarion, an automotive system OEM, has selected Espial products for next-generation vehicle applications with critical driver interaction requirements. Clarion built the first hands-free device integrating car audio, computing functions, navigation, and wireless communication that can be built into the automotive dashboard. The company will use Espial software and technology to further advance features and functionality for the growing telematics market.

"One of the strengths of Espial technology is that it is Java-based, and is extremely important as we work across computing platforms and look ahead to emerging standards such as OSGi," said Dr. Kazuyoshi Sugai, manager, R&D division, at Clarion.

Automotive designers are implementing telematics technology to improve safety, security, vehicle performance, communication, navigation, and to provide Internet based services. According to Espial, the telematics market has the potential to grow to more than $7 billion by 2005. Next generation telematics systems are OSGi-based and include Web browsing capabilities, which can be enabled via the Espial Suite for Telematics.

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