LOS ANGELES – The company that teamed with Mercedes-Benz last year to create the widely acclaimed “mbrace” remote data service heads into 2011 with plans for improved applications to make driving even more personal and enhance safety. “A lot is happening and it’s exciting to see,” says Erik Goldman, founding president of Hughes Telematics Inc., which was established in 2006 and centers its business model on the ability to integrate a set of core technologies with those of multiple ...
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