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See inside for further details Personal Navigation Devices Personal Navigation Devices gives first-hand insights into the markets for personal navigation focusing on the market segment PNDs. This report in the LBS Research Series from Berg Insight provides you with 120 pages of unique business intelligence including 5-year industry forecasts and expert commentary on which to base your business decisions. This report will allow you to: Understand the dynamics of the navigation market in Europe and North America. Learn about the latest trends in navigation hardware, software and value-added content. Identify new business opportunities in live map and real-time traffic information. Realize the true commercial potential of car-based online navigation solutions. Anticipate future drivers for increasing penetration and replacement sales. LBS Research Series Berg Insight’s LBS Research Series What are the real business opportunities for LBS on the European market? Berg Insight’s LBS Research Series is a unique series of market reports published on a quarterly basis. Each title offers detailed analysis of the most interesting LBS topics such as handset-based satellite positioning technology, mobile personal navigation services and location-enabled content services. Once per year we also publish a summary of our research with detailed forecasts for the European mobile LBS market. www.berginsight.com Order now! Please visit our web site to order this report and find more information about our other titles at www.berginsight.com
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This report answers the following questions: Annual shipments of PNDs (Europe/USA) LBS Research Series A new direction for the personal navigation industry? The personal navigation market continues to grow rapidly in Eu- rope and North America. Personal Navigation Devices (PNDs), i.e. transferable devices with integrated GPS receivers and digital maps primarily designed for car navigation, have gained mass-market ac- ceptance. In Europe, PND shipments grew to 16.5 million units in 2007, up from 9 million units in 2006. Despite the economic slow- down and weakening consumer confidence, sales can still grow to roughly 20 million units in 2008. In North America, very strong sales during the holiday season contributed to remarkable growth in 2007, to about 11 million units shipped. Moreover, in 2008, sales can well reach about 17 million units if the macro-economic situation does not affect consumer spending too severely.
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  • Spring '10
  • TomC
  • Navigation Devices, navigation systems, Automotive navigation system, PNDS, personal navigation devices, personal navigation

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