Motor Company continues to raise the bar in advanced vehicle technology.
Stop by the Ford Hangar and check out new tech features SYNC, SIRIUS
Travel Link, and Ford Works Solutions.
SYNC is a
hands-free device, powered by Microsoft Auto Software, that allows
drivers to use voice recognition, Bluetooth hands-free phone, audible
text messaging, and music features. It’s available in 12 Ford, Lincoln
and Mercury products, and later this year, two new features will be
included: Vehicle Health Report and 911 Assistant.
allows wireless access to mobile devices via voice commands. Plus it can
host almost all digital media devices, including Apple iPod, Microsoft
Zune, and other digital music players.
the first automaker to feature the SIRIUS Travel Link navigating system,
which connects people to data they need right when they need it. Travel
Link offers up-to-the-minute information, such as area fuel prices, area
traffic data, weather conditions, local movie data, and sports scores
and schedules for all major sports leagues.
SIRIUS Travel Link is
included in every Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicle equipped with the
next-generation navigating systems. It will be available on the new 2009
Ford Flex, F-150, and Lincoln MKS, and works through the existing SIRIUS
unveiled its exciting new "smart" features for their truck
customers, including the Ford Works Solutions, at the 2008 Chicago Auto
Show. The mobile office technology features include an Internet-capable,
in-dash touch screen computer, Radio Frequency ID (RFID) to track
inventory and tools stored in vehicles, and Crew Chief that allows
owners to manage entire fleets.
Ford Works Solutions will
first be available on the all-new 2009 F-150, F-Series Super Duty,
E-Series vans, and the Transit Connect vans.