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CSM Worldwide Identifies OE Navigation Systems Leaders

October 22, 2002

According to research findings from the automotive market researcher and forecaster CSM Worldwide, while navigation systems entered the automotive original equipment market through the luxury segment, vehicle manufacturers are migrating the systems to a wide variety of vehicles. CSM says that segments such as sport utility vehicles and minivans will be the primary drivers of growth, nearly doubling the number of systems on the market between 2002 and 2007 resulting in a $4 billion per year industry.The rank order in unit market share for suppliers to the current combined North American and European market in the CSM analysis is: 1. Siemens VDO
2. Harman/Becker
3. Bosch
4. Alpine
5. Visteon
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