Archive for November 23rd, 2009|Daily archive page

Nokia Launches Mobile Music and GPS


Besides Nokia also introduced a separate GPS device that is, the LD-4W. “This Device can be used with phones that are equipped with a map and connected via bluetooth connection,” said Dominic. So for mobile phones that do not have GPS but have added a device map LD-4W.

Nokia also provides services in the form of going home Lebaran access to information through short messages. “Just send an SMS to number 3789 with the writing Mudik (space) city (space) the desired information,” says Dominic.

For example the travelers can send a message ‘Mudik Jakarta resto’ to ask for restaurant information in the Jakarta area. Then the sender will get a reply in the form of a link that can be downloaded which contains the desired information. This service costs USD 1000, – per message.

Nokia 3600 is now available in the market price of Rp 2.2750.000, – while the new 6600 series will be available in the market some time next week with prices in the range of USD 3 million. Nokia 7510 Supernova will also be available in the market, but the price has not been announced.

Blue Bird Will Use GPS Made in China

Soon, Blue Bird Group will use the GPS device monitoring and dispatching system made in China for vehicle fleet. This was revealed at the signing of cooperation contract between the GPS and Shanghai Heritage Fleety Communications, Ltd. in the exhibition of equipment and commodity products of China in Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran, Jakarta, Friday (20/11). The signing of the contract conducted by the Director Sigit Djokosoetono GPS Heritage and CEO of Communications Shanghai Fleety James Wu.

Shanghai is a provider of Communications Fleety GPS service tracking and dispatching system in China. The company has distributed 125 systems and 70,000 units of Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) to various industries. Including, taxi companies and logistics at the Bamboo Curtain country. In this cooperation, Fleety provides a platform and hardware. Meanwhile, Heritage GPS as a sole distributor in Indonesia and serving after-sales service.
 
James Wu said the market potential of GPS for fleet and goods transportation in Indonesia is promising. “We hope to capture 50 percent of the total domestic market in Indonesia,” said James Wu.