DETROIT – Cost-saving communications technology and configurable displays will, within two years, help put telematics or navigation systems in 20% of all new cars, Tele Atlas tells Ward’s. The California-based provider of digital mapping data remains bullish about the growth of services such as OnStar, despite their slower-than-expected growth. “It just takes a while for people to get it,” says Larry Sweeney, Tele Atlas vice president and general manager-dynamic traveler content and ...

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