GPS / Telematics

Magellan's Return-to-Route Earns Tech Award

January 17, 2017 - Press Release

Magellan's Return-to-Route smart routing solution has been honored with a Best of CES 2017 TWICE Picks award in car technology, the company announced.

TWICE Picks award recipients are selected by TWICE Magazine editors based on the impact the winning products are expected to have at retail and in the marketplace. Magellan was the only company honored with a TWICE Picks award in car technology this year.

Magellan's Return-to-Route keeps drivers of fleet vehicles on track, on time, and never missing a single stop. The multiple-stop route planning solution, with enhanced navigation, supports a broad range of telematics supplier protocols, and is optimized for the toughest Urban Canyon issues and associated metro challenges.

All of these features are maximized through a unique Return–to-Route algorithm that brings the driver back to the point of deviation, enabling the driver to never miss a planned stop or route. Fleet managers using Magellan's Return-to-Route find greater efficiencies, tighter profits, and increased customer satisfaction.

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