Excerpts from an interview with a Navteq exec by Pocket-lint.com:
“The phone will not replace the sat-nav”, he says confidently, explaining instead that his company’s philosophy lies in integrated solutions. Maps that reside in your car dashboard.
Currently, solutions like that are available for high-end cars but not to the majority of consumers. The issue being that cars have a much longer development cycle – many years – than most portable satnav units. “The phone is an intermediate step”, he adds.