It’s a sort of review of how hot navigation is. Of note, the list of future possible acquistions:
Analysts say possible targets include TeleNav, which supplies navigation software to carriers, and its rival Networks In Motion of Aliso Viejo, Calif. Also in the spotlight is Kirkland (Wash.)-based Inrix, spun off from Microsoft in 2004. It supplies live traffic data on 55,000 miles of U.S. roads. Its sole competitor, Traffic.com, was bought earlier this year by Navteq, and is becoming part of Nokia.
All of those (save Traffic.com) I believe, have some relationship with deCarta.
by Adena Schutzberg on 11/16 at 08:29 AM |
by Adena Schutzberg on 11/16 at 07:49 AM |
by Adena Schutzberg on 11/16 at 07:14 AM |
After receiving a surprising snail mail piece from a geo-company, I asked: Which are you most likely to respont to positively?
Eighteen readers responded.
67% - Neither, I ignore them all!
23% - E-mailed unsolicted geo communications
12% - Snail mail unsolicited geo mailings
So perhaps its best to pack in the stamps, at least for this crowd. Next up: What’s the most valuable thing you bring home from a geo-conference?
by Adena Schutzberg on 11/16 at 06:00 AM |