Aston Martin will offer CCTTN’s real-time traffic service on all Aston Martin’s produced for North America, beginning with 2010 models.
Mazda will offer the Company’s traffic service on its CX-9 SUV, beginning with the 2010 model year.
Mazda is the fourth automaker to announce adoption of Clear Channel’s traffic service following BMW, MINI and Volvo.
ClearChannel: “As we continue to push quality products and services over our rich, redundant, nationwide network of FM transmitters, we will continue to build our clientele, both with RDS-TMC traffic content, and in the future with additional services using our HD digital broadcast network.”
The company also announced the first HD Radio-based device for vehicles from Cydle, which will allow customers to receive traffic updates 10 times faster than other broadcast and satellite services.
Established in 2006, Cydle is one of the leading software companies in Korea, providing the most up-to-date digital technology to deliver top quality data and easy to use functions to maximize performance. The device is offered online at https://www.cydle.com and is available for purchase in time for the 2009 holiday season.
Source: Clear Channel.