Mio Profile

Fast Facts

  • Merged with Navman in 2007
  • Based on Q3 2008 Canalys figures, Mio is the No. 3 vendor of GPS PNDs
  • Launches first device with 3D landmarks in 2007

Since 2002, Mio Technology Corp. has developed some of the most advanced personal navigation products available today. Mio is continually exploring new technologies that help people explore the world around them.

Leveraging its PDA engineering experience, Mio developed and released the world's first GPS-integrated PDA back in 2003. The success of this breakthrough product in highly competitive markets such as Taiwan and South Korea quickly established Mio as one of the fastest-growing GPS navigation companies in the world.

The Mio DigiWalker GPS brand was launched in Europe in 2004, soon followed by expansion to Australia, Japan and the United States. Supported by easy-to-use software and integrated hardware functionality, Mio quickly captured market share in these new segments.

Following the merger with Navman in 2007, Mio reinvented itself in 2008 with a new corporate identity and simultaneously launched its first integrated products, the Mio Moov range, along with MioMoreTM, an innovative content and services package that includes GPS local search services – a first in Europe.
Today, Mio is an industry-leading GPS company with operations in Taiwan, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, the United States and Europe.

Mio Technology Europe

Mio Technology Corp. develops and markets products which enable users to take advantage of the latest developments in mobile services. Mio currently employs more than 1,500 employees worldwide and sells and markets its products in over 47 countries and territories. Mio’s European operations are based in Belgium, the UK and Poland.

Mio’s products - including Car Navigation, Portable navigation and navigation PDA systems - have been developed by focusing on the needs of customers. Mio’s brand tagline, “Explore More”, focuses on changing the way people experience the world and letting users know that they can explore the world easily and freely.