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• App covers ride options in Hanover
• Assessment of stream trade conditions allows top probable flexibility
• Exclusive ride app for CeBIT now accessible for downloading
The “CeBIT Navigator App“ presented by Volkswagen allows users to find a fastest approach to CeBIT. If a user is formulation a tour to a muster area, a app assesses a stream trade conditions in Hanover and shows all a means of ride accessible including Volkswagen’s “Quicar” automobile pity service, trams and buses. The user can afterwards review a several routes and ride times as good as a cost of a opposite means of transport.
“With a ‘CeBIT Navigator App’, Volkswagen is presenting for a initial time a mobility app that groups together all a pivotal trade parameters of a city, charity users a top probable flexibility,” explains Anders-Sundt Jensen, Head of Marketing Communications, Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand. “The information compulsory can be called adult simply on a smartphone. The app is a digital trade planner that takes into care all a particular mobility wishes of a users. In fact it is a ideal messenger not only for visitors to CeBIT though for anyone travelling in Hanover,” Jensen adds.
Other facilities of a mobility app embody pull messages with present trade news and a memory duty to save a routes and means of ride used.
The CeBIT Navigator App grown by Volkswagen in team-work with start-up allryder can be used with a iOS and Android handling systems and is accessible for downloading with evident effect.