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  • The quick evolution of technology is inevitably changing the way Garmin introduces ideas to existing and new customers. Garmin is offering new products that can retrofit and transform any vehicle into a fully connected car by allowing the driver to monitor what’s happening ahead, inside, and behind their vehicle. Allow us to demonstrate how you can own the connected car of the future today with Garmin…

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  • Aircraft cockpit connectivity has been simplifying and streamlining the way we aviate, navigate and communicate in-flight and on the ground for years. As the integration of smart phones and tablets quickly become a staple in most aircraft – big and small – pilots are interacting with the avionics more efficiently and therefore, navigating aircraft in a more economical manner. As a result of this enhanced connectivity, more information is introduced into the cockpit, helping pilots to make

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  • It’s 2002. The closest thing to wearable technology in the Garmin product lineup is an eTrex GPS lassoed to one’s neck by a lanyard. Our engineers shrunk that handheld, gave it a splash of color and released it into the wild under the name Geko. We hoped hikers and climbers would be eager to adopt this lighter, thinner trail guide.

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  • Cycling technology has come a long way since we developed our first Edge computer in 2005 and is evolving faster than ever. The same technology developments that bring connectivity to many aspects of our lives, such as high-speed data connections, low-energy wireless protocols, and smaller hardware components, are changing the sport of cycling as well. A connected bike, and the data that can be gathered from it, can help cyclists achieve better performance, increase safety, avoid injuries, and

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