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20/06/2014 | Paris

PSA Peugeot Citroën was yesterday presented with France’s Connected Objects Award in the "Transportation and Mobility – Better Navigation Assistance" category for its innovative Car Easy Apps solution.

Created by CCM Benchmark and NPA Conseil, the prize recognises achievements that have innovative, practical value and growth potential in four categories: well-being and health, transportation and mobility, connected living, and wearable objects.

The Car Easy Apps innovation, developed in partnership with Continental, Altia, Imatia, CTAG and Gradiant, is a software platform for creating a secure ecosystem of applications that can be connected to the user’s vehicle. It offers a seamless smartphone user experience in and outside the car, as well as a variety of new uses and services.

This latest distinction honours the connected car expertise of PSA Peugeot Citroën, a pioneer in emergency call and assistance systems with more than 1.5 million vehicles equipped with its solutions since 2003. The Peugeot Connect Apps and Citroën Multicity Connect services platforms launched in 2012 and the more recent integration of Mirror Screen in the Peugeot 108 and new Citroën C1 are a further testament to the Group’s commitment to bring new uses and services to drivers and passengers by connecting users to users, not just vehicles to vehicles.

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