G-Book is a telematics subscription service provided by Toyota Motor Corporation in Japan for its Toyota- and Lexus-branded vehicles. G-Book allows users to link with cellphones (such as the Toshiba T003 cellphone). personal digital assistants (PDA)'s, personal computers (PC) and G-Book equipped cars across Japan. It is based on the former GAZOO infrastructure (renamed Toyota Media Service Corporation) of Toyota's membership-based information service and membership system, and it provides interactive information services via vehicle installed touch-screen wireless communication terminals. It also incorporates information from Toyota Mapmaster Inc. which updates digital maping information and is used by various international companies.

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  • G-BOOK(ジー・ブック)とは、トヨタ自動車が提供するテレマティクスサービスである。レクサスが行っているG-Linkとはサービス内容に違いがあるもののほぼ同じシステムである。G-BOOKは一部のトヨタ車のみに搭載されているが、G-Linkはすべてのレクサスの車種に搭載される。 2014年7月より新しいテレマティクスサービスとして「T-Connect」(ティーコネクト)がスタートしているが、G-BOOKについても継続使用している。 (ja)
  • G-Book is a telematics subscription service provided by Toyota Motor Corporation in Japan for its Toyota- and Lexus-branded vehicles. G-Book allows users to link with cellphones (such as the Toshiba T003 cellphone). personal digital assistants (PDA)'s, personal computers (PC) and G-Book equipped cars across Japan. It is based on the former GAZOO infrastructure (renamed Toyota Media Service Corporation) of Toyota's membership-based information service and membership system, and it provides interactive information services via vehicle installed touch-screen wireless communication terminals. It also incorporates information from Toyota Mapmaster Inc. which updates digital maping information and is used by various international companies. The subscription service replaces the need to periodically update in-car navigation systems that use CD, or DVD installed maps that must be updated with the latest information. The maps are sent by internet connections established through the drivers cellphone with a data download plan associated with the cellphone. A G-Book application can be installed on select mobile devices, thereby providing the technology without having to purchase a vehicle installed with the technology. A proprietary service with additional functions for the Lexus division, G-Link, debuted on Japan-market Lexus models starting in model year 2006. Toyota made available G-Book devices as optional equipment in all Japanese domestic market Toyota, Daihatsu and Lexus vehicles starting with model year 2007. An article posted by "Response.jp" stated in an article on July 15, 2009 that Toyota was introducing G-Book in a specially identified Toyota Camry to be sold in Beijing, China. As of November 2009 the G-Book-equipped Camry is available in Shanghai as well. G-Book was also introduced on Lexus models in China in 2009. In Japan (T-Connect Japan), and recently in Middle East countries (Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar and UAE) T-Connect is being offered as a download from Apple's AppStore and Google Play as a subscription telematics service, which uses the G-Book architecture. (en)
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  • G-BOOK(ジー・ブック)とは、トヨタ自動車が提供するテレマティクスサービスである。レクサスが行っているG-Linkとはサービス内容に違いがあるもののほぼ同じシステムである。G-BOOKは一部のトヨタ車のみに搭載されているが、G-Linkはすべてのレクサスの車種に搭載される。 2014年7月より新しいテレマティクスサービスとして「T-Connect」(ティーコネクト)がスタートしているが、G-BOOKについても継続使用している。 (ja)
  • G-Book is a telematics subscription service provided by Toyota Motor Corporation in Japan for its Toyota- and Lexus-branded vehicles. G-Book allows users to link with cellphones (such as the Toshiba T003 cellphone). personal digital assistants (PDA)'s, personal computers (PC) and G-Book equipped cars across Japan. It is based on the former GAZOO infrastructure (renamed Toyota Media Service Corporation) of Toyota's membership-based information service and membership system, and it provides interactive information services via vehicle installed touch-screen wireless communication terminals. It also incorporates information from Toyota Mapmaster Inc. which updates digital maping information and is used by various international companies. (en)
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  • G-BOOK (ja)
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