Properties of the Amundsen navigation system: The new generation of the Bolero infotainment system provides expanded options for operating your radio, telephone and now also car systems, without the necessity of a Maxi DOT display.
Support for image formats enables viewing of images from an SD card or USB and showing the logos of stored radio stations on the display.
Properties of the Bolero infotainment system: The new generation of the Swing infotainment radio provides expanded options for operating your radio, telephone and now also car systems, without the necessity of a Maxi DOT display.
A Swing infotainment radio contains: 5” resistant colour touchscreen TFT display Reception of AM/FM frequency bands and DAB Aux-In, USB with Apple connectivity SD card slot Bluetooth® Updates available for Swing infotainment radio: GPS data undergo constant changes (e.g.
Another noticeable trend is formerly brick-and-mortar institutions developing an online presence, or wishing to appear as though they have.
Besides the radio and GPS, you can also use the Columbus infotainment GPS system to control your vehicle settings using the Car button on the control panel without needing a display.
This process can take as little as a minute if your device has little or no data or if you're erasing the device.
If your device contains a large number of files, the process can take from several minutes to an hour.
Every year, several significant brands spend thousands of dollars on redesigning their logos.
See for example the new logo released by Net Com, the second biggest mobile provider in Norway this year: “We thought it was time to refurbish our logo.
We wanted to keep the history and people represented in the logo.
Both are key to what we deliver and the people behind Net Com.
But it was time to freshen up the colors and expression.” — Øyvind Vederhus, Communication Advisor, Netcom.