Nissan LEAF Mobile Application Award
SEATTLE--June 8, 2011: Airbiquity, a global leader in wireless connected services, warmly congratulates Nissan Motors Japan for winning the 2011 Mobile Ad Award in the Application Category. Nissan submitted its LEAF mobile application, produced and developed by Airbiquity, for this prestigious award.
“We’re pleased to see our development of mobile applications for our automotive customers is met with such success”
The free application enables remote interaction with the all-electric Nissan LEAF. This category-winning app is designed to help Nissan LEAF owners manage their vehicle as well as control the car’s most popular features directly from the iPhone. This application is compatible with the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
The application permits Nissan LEAF owners to do the following tasks:
- Check state of battery charge
- Start charging
- Check when battery charge will complete
- See estimated driving range
- Turn on or off the climate control system
“We’re pleased to see our development of mobile applications for our automotive customers is met with such success,” said Kamyar Moinzadeh, president and CEO, Airbiquity. “Further vehicle application development continues to be a focus for us moving forward, and we’re excited by the emerging industry landscape.”
Since beginning in 2002, the Mobile Ad Awards are designed to promote and celebrate advertising and marketing activities that use mobile devices.
Airbiquity is at the forefront of change in the automotive industry, integrating advances in software, communications technology and wireless services with vehicles. Its connected vehicle solutions offer automakers a flexible platform for delivering innovative applications and services that help automobiles adapt to the driver’s digital lifestyle. To learn more about Airbiquity, visit Airbiquity.<