Connected DriverConnected VehicleContent and MultimediaInfotainment

Renault will integrate NNG’s iGO navigation into its R-Link infotainment platform

Published: January 29, 2016 | Hungary

Renault’s latest flagship vehicles will use NNG’s iGO Navigation. This isn’t the first time Renault has equipped their models with iGO Navigation: NNG provided navigation solutions to the French car maker’s low-cost Dacia brand in 2011. 

After such a successful start, NNG got the opportunity to provide solutions with more innovative and sophisticated features for higher vehicle categories, which led to the most recent milestone: the 3 newest members of the renewed Renault family – Espace, Kadjar, Talisman and the new Megane – come equipped with iGO Navigation powered solutions. These models feature the infotainment system R-Link 2, which is outfitted with NNG’s navigation solution.


This is important for NNG for several reasons: besides being the company’s first fully Android-based automotive project, the solution is able to cater with various sophisticated features to enhance driver security. An example is the OSP sensor (over speed prevention), which means that speed limit signs are recognized by the car, and the information is forwarded into the navigation software, so drivers are notified accordingly.

The software also gives drivers the opportunity to easily personalize the design of the Human Machine Interface (HMI) according to their personal preferences. Not only can they choose color schemes, but the software also offers a big and a small widget. This allows drivers to see the whole map and the vehicle’s position (on the big widget), or just the turn-by-turn icons, the distance, and the estimated time to the final destination (on the small widget).

Source: Renault


Related Articles