PARIS – PSA Peugeot Citroen intends to continue pushing its integrated telematics and navigation systems, rather than doing as some suppliers wish and making cars ready to accept third-party features. The auto maker also has entered telematics-fleet management. “Navigation is an automotive feature, so it should be part of the car,” says Frank Batocchi, director of PSA’s telematics services. “We are good with the emergency-calling program we have built up, and we will continue building ...
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