Garmin’s new fleet navigation tools compatible with Android

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OLATHE, Kan. — Garmin has released two new fleet navigators that are compatible with Android devices.

The fleet 660 is designed for local fleets while the 670 is intended for commercial truck fleets.

“The fleet 660 and 670 are our first fleet products that combine trusted Garmin navigation and hardware with the flexibility of Android,” said Chad Sallman, senior business development manager for commercial solutions at Garmin. “These new devices remove many of the hurdles fleet service providers face today, making it easier than ever to develop customized solutions for both medium and large, enterprise class customers.“

The fleet 660 and 670 hardware is optimized for in-cab use with a dust-proof design, high-sensitivity GPS, extra loud speaker, and a sunlight readable, six-inch capacitive touch screen that makes it easy to see driving-related information at a glance, Garmin claims. A magnetic mount allows for quick and easy removal between vehicles.

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