MWC 2014: New bridge integrates business apps with TomTom technology

Businesses can now develop applications, powered by TomTom navigation technology, and access them all via a single device

MWC 2014: New bridge integrates business apps with TomTom technology

TomTom launched its TomTom Bridge at MWC 2014, enabling the seamless integration of TomTom technology with applications to help businesses achieve their efficiency goals. For the first time, businesses can develop applications, powered by TomTom navigation technology, all accessed via a single device.

TomTom Bridge helps businesses who manage a fleet of vehicles, work smarter and move faster. A TomTom platform for developers enables businesses to easily integrate their own applications with TomTom navigation technology. Businesses can now access all their applications via a single TomTom Bridge device, further increasing efficiencies.

Built for life on the road, the TomTom Bridge device has a rugged, industrial design, 7-inch screen, unique interface and powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. The device comes with lifetime TomTom Maps and award-winning TomTom Traffic. It includes innovative features such as Near-Field Communication, camera, Wi-Fi and a 3G modem.

“TomTom Bridge opens up a world of possibilities to every business that runs a fleet of vehicle,” said Corinne Vigreux, Managing Director at TomTom. “We have designed TomTom Bridge to be an easy and flexible way for businesses to develop applications that seamlessly connect to TomTom technology. TomTom Bridge offers a new way for any type of business on the move to harness the power of our technology to work more efficiently, saving time and money.”

TomTom Bridge will be available in Q2 2014.

For businesses looking for a more comprehensive solution to manage their fleet, TomTom has a range of options. At the same time, TomTom will launch a version of TomTom Bridge integrating WEBFLEET, its fleet management platform.

 

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