LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TomTom (TOM2),
the location technology specialist, today announces that it is
collaborating with Delphi Technologies (DLPH),
to help powertrains become predictive. The vehicle’s powertrain control
system will be enriched with TomTom’s maps so it knows what’s up ahead.
Map data such as speed limits and road gradient combine to control a
vehicle’s speed, reducing energy consumption and helping to improve
Antoine Saucier, Managing Director, TomTom Automotive, comments: “Making
every journey safe and comfortable is only one part of the puzzle –
making them as efficient as possible is a huge challenge too. Our
collaboration with Delphi Technologies will help us to deploy our maps
to optimize every journey by reducing vehicle fuel consumption and
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We at TomTom are excited to share the news about our collaboration
with Delphi Technologies, which is in line with TomTom strategy and is
beneficial to our long-term development. This collaboration will have no
material financial impact on this year’s revenue.
TomTom is the leading independent location technology specialist,
shaping mobility with highly accurate maps, navigation software,
real-time traffic information and services.
To achieve our vision of a safer world, free of congestion and
emissions, we create innovative technologies that keep the world moving.
By combining our extensive experience with leading business and
technology partners, we power connected vehicles, smart mobility and,
ultimately, autonomous driving.
Headquartered in Amsterdam with offices in 37 countries, TomTom’s
technologies are trusted by hundreds of millions of people worldwide.
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