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Friday, May 10th 2013 - 11:15 CEST
In addition to the BMW Navigator 4, BMW Motorrad now also offers the new BMW Motorrad Navigator Adventure GPS navigation system. With universal software and longer battery life, the Navigator Adventure is a versatile BMW GPS navigation system that can be used for a host of outdoor activities, such as cycling, hiking or sailing, as well as motorcycling. The car installation kit, available as an special accessory, enables the Navigator Adventure with its preinstalled European road maps (CityNavigator Europe NT) also to be used in cars. Another special feature of the BMW GPS navigation is the free lifetime map update, making the Navigator Adventure a long-term travel partner.
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Monday, January 14th 2013 - 10:05 CET
The new BMW Car Hotspot LTE is now bringing LTE high-speed mobile internet access to the road. Just like an ordinary router at home, the BMW Car Hotspot LTE provides internet access for mobile devices. Passengers can enjoy high-speed internet surfing on as many as eight different mobile devices simultaneously. Using the new LTE wireless technology, the Car Hotspot takes the mobile internet experience to a whole new level. All that is required apart from the BMW Car Hotspot is an LTE capable SIM card, which is simply inserted into the car hotspot. The first time a mobile phone or tablet is connected to the BMW Car Hotspot LTE using the mobile device’s WLAN interface, an eight-digit code must be entered. This is a one-off requirement.
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Monday, September 3rd 2012 - 09:00 CEST
Introducing the Bang & Olufsen high-end audio system for the BMW 7 Series - a unique in-car sound system developed by Bang & Olufsen in partnership with world-renowned car manufacturer, BMW. Known for its pristine sound and seamless design, the Bang & Olufsen high-end Surround Sound system will be available this summer for BMW 7 Series long and short wheel base limousines. The Bang & Olufsen high-end audio system for the BMW 7 Series is the result of extensive sound tuning by Bang & Olufsen’s experienced sound engineers working in close partnership with BMW audio engineers.
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Thursday, May 8th 2008 - 00:45 CEST
With their wide range of integrated infotainment functions, the premium cars produced by the BMW Group have long since entered the realm of “networked vehicles”. One of the major challenges here lies in how to link up the multimedia devices - which come onto the market in quick succession - to the car in a user-friendly way. Having integrated a mobile device into the car, there needs to be a control system in place inside the passenger compartment which ensures that it can be operated intuitively, without causing distraction and in an ergonomically sound manner. The application itself and customer-specific data remain within the mobile device, while its operation and output are handled by the vehicle’s HMI (Human Machine Interface).
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