NAV-TV Receives Prestigious 2009 International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award
NAV-TV Vehicle Dock provides a fully integrated solution for iPod without removing the factory radio
Las Vegas, Nv. – NAV-TV®, an international leader in OEM vehicle network integration technology for infotainment and telematics device optimization, announced the soon to be released iPod universal Vehicle Dock has been honored with the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Innovations Design and Engineering Award in the in-vehicle accessories category.
Vehicle Dock Deluxe is a universal iPod docking station that can be connected to a monitor in the car. The system is a hideaway unit controlled by either the supplied remote control or directly from the factory radio when installed with a NAV-TV interface. This innovative system even allows for both new and old iPod’s to be charged while connected and playing in the vehicle.
Vehicle Dock is completely different from any other vehicle adaptor as it capitalizes on an available audio video input in a factory mobile multimedia system. It allows the iPod to play music, video and display pictures in a slideshow. The product lets the user have full control of their iPod via an infrared remote control or on the iPod itself. Selections are viewed with full menu support via the OEM LCD screen (with an optional vehicle interface). The consumer can use the Vehicle Dock with any factory system with a matching vehicle input (optional) allowing an integrated solution for the factory mobile multimedia system. It also supports many rear-seat entertainment systems with supplied audio and video inputs. It’s the perfect solution for bringing the complete iPod experience into an existing mobile multimedia system.
“Vehicle networks and their connected multimedia systems have become more and more complex, making it more difficult for the owners of these vehicles to add iPod and other portable media devices. NAV-TV continues to push the envelope of our development and engineering of plug and play modules, allowing owners to add current and future consumer electronics devices to their vehicles like the Vehicle Dock that fully integrates with the vehicles network and the factory navigation screen” said Vice President of OEM, Chris Cook. “NAV-TV continues to leverage its automotive expertise and pioneer the car audio and infotainment industry with cutting-edge solutions for adding audio and video into the vehicle.
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