Cellcom and Iway launch Internet system for cars
When the Comodo Console will be sold first time in the month of February in Israel,it will marketed exclusively by Cellcom, Iway will sell the product to cellular operators in other countries over the next six months.
Iway founder and Chief Executive Danny Knafou said the first countries would likely be France, Russia and China.
“We are in talks with SFR, China Mobile and MTS,” Knafou told Reuters on the sidelines of a news conference.
The operating system is programed for 20 languages, including the Russian, Arabic and Chinese, and more.
Comodo includes a 4.3 inch touchscreen, speakerphone, a rear camera to increase security when in reverse, a GPS antenna and a cellular modem for an always-on connection to the Internet via a 3G cellular network. The driver can listen to radio stations from around the globe.
To ensure the drivers’ safety, videos can be watched only when the car is not moving, and emails can be received but not sent. Text messaging and chatting services are not available, and the 80 applications can be activated with two clicks.