Telstra subsidiary Sensis has announced plans to launch a voice-activated in-vehicle system that will accesses multiple cloud-based data feeds to enable drivers to find and share information on location, weather, social media channels, live traffic services and points of interest.
Bruce Akhurst, the head of Telstra's directories subsidiary, Sensis, is leaving the job in May after 15 years with Telstra and seven at the helm of Sensis.
Telstra has revealed the addition of almost one million new mobile services in the six months to December 2011, but Sensis revenues plummeted 24 percent in 12 months.
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