TeleNav, most prominently known for their navigation services, have branched into commercial GPS tracking to help enterprises keep tabs on assets, remote workers and vehicles. Their experience with the consumer market has certainly helped them with their latest TeleNav Track product, but have met plenty of new challenges here. We take some time with Sal Dhanani from TeleNav to talk shop about GPS and enterprise.
We’ve tallied all the votes, and we’re now ready to announce the winners of BlackBerry Cool’s First Annual Best of WES: People’s Choice Contest. Reader participation is a huge deal here at BBCool HQ, so we were touched to see so many people voting for their favorite BlackBerry products and services. One of the most startling aspects of the contest was seeing just how close the voting was in many of the categories — you guys really like a lot of different things! To that end, we’re going to post the top three favorites in every category.
Thanks to everyone who voted!
T-Mobile has announced that they have launched TeleNav GPS Navigator in the UK, the first operator in that area to do so. Chosen as one of the Five Star picks by the BlackBerry forum Pinstack last year, TeleNav has a ton of features for the mobile user on the go. Users can key in their destination or preplan it on the TeleNav website, and the software will give turn-by-turn directions either via voice or on-screen. It also features full 3D maps, a business locator, waypoints, and even a pedestrian mode for planning out long walks.