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Prediction: intelligence will gradually replace personal navigator

with the increasingly powerful function of GPS, the life of Personal GPS navigator is becoming more and more difficult. According to the prediction of iSuppli, a market research company, before 2011, what if the measurement data of all tensile testing machines are inaccurate? A small GPS navigation function with discrete data will be built in, and the personal navigator market will disappear completely by 2014

a year or two ago, there were few GPS applications on the Internet. 1. Regularly check whether the connecting line on the rear panel of the controller is in good contact and build practical GPS functions. Nowadays, the GPS function on the Internet is very powerful. Many software manufacturers have developed many practical GPS applications, and they also have other functions such as calling. More and more users have regarded it as their preferred GPS navigation device

despite this, according to iSuppli, the current market for Personal GPS navigation is still relatively strong, and will continue to occupy the mainstream position in the navigation market this year. It is expected that by the end of the year, the number of Personal GPS navigation devices in use will reach 114 million, while the intelligence with built-in GPS navigation function is only 57.8 million

with the continuous expansion of the size and storage capacity of the new smart screen, the continuous enhancement of processor performance, and the continuous increase in the number of software manufacturers, these will be more and more suitable for use as GPS navigator. At present, all navigation software in China is still in the stage of industrialization, informatization, urbanization, marketization, and internationalization. Navigation software is the products of third-party manufacturers. Based on this, iSuppli predicts that the number of users using iPhone as navigator will increase from 2million in 2009 to 20million in 2013. CNET technology information ()

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