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Airbiquity Nominated for Four Telematics Awards

Airbiquity Nominated for Four Telematics Awards
Winners To Be Announced at Telematics Update Detroit on May 22

Airbiquity, a company that develops wireless in-band modem software solutions for automobile manufacturers and suppliers, today announced its nomination for four telematics awards.

Each year the Telematics Awards, coordinated by Telematics Update magazine, recognize companies that are driving industry innovation by pushing the boundaries in automotive and GPS technology.

"This year we got more entries than ever before," says Telematics Update editor Thomas Hallauer. "It’s a great sign that the industry is on the rise and adds even more value to this year’s winners, as they will have prevailed against more competitors than ever before."

An independent panel of automotive and wireless industry experts analyzed the submissions made in a number of categories, narrowing down each category to a handful of finalists.

Airbiquity was named a finalist in four categories:

  • Best Portable Device Application Award
  • Best Portable Navigation System
  • Best Telematics Component Solution
  • Best Use of Telematics Technology for Safety

Telematics Update will reveal the winners at the exclusive awards dinner that closes the first day’s proceedings at the 7th annual Telematics Detroit Conference and Exhibition, May 22-23, 2007 at the Rock Financial Showplace in Michigan, USA. Please visit Airbiquity in Booth # 47 on the exhibition floor.

For more information please see, where dinner tickets can be purchased for the event.

The press release includes forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Because these statements apply to future events, they are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those projected. Factors that could affect actual results include: the company’s limited operating history, the need for additional financing, variable economic conditions and customer tastes, regulatory risks, and restrictions imposed by existing debts and future payment obligations.