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||Posted - 29 mars 2005 : 12:29:09
INDEX: NAVTEQ has announced the release of maps for Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, and Swaziland [2007/8/2] page 7 »
NAVTEQ has announced availability of full coverage maps for Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Slovenia [2007/6/19] page 7 »
NAVTEQ First Global Digital Map Supplier to Release Map of India [2007/6/14] page 7 »
NAVTEQ Releases First Turkey Map [2007/6/11] page 7 »
First Release of Thailand [2007/2/27] page 6 »
NAVTEQ Launches Map Reporter(TM) to Capture Users' Map Input [2007/1/15] page 6 »
Current data coverage for Mexico [2006/12/7] page 6 »
NAVTEQ Releases Complete Detailed Coverage for Finland [2006/09/20] page 5 »
NAVTEQ Launches Full Coverage Map of Australia [2006/08/21] page 5 »
NAVTEQ Releases Full Coverage Map of South Africa [2006/07/19] page 5 »
NAVTEQ and Roscartographia (Russian Federal Agency for Geodesy and Cartography) Solidify Relationship [2006/06/27] page 4 »
Navteq will offer weather info in its map databases starting next year [2006/06/25] page 4 »
NAVTEQ Releases Full Coverage Map of Poland [2006/05/10] page 3 »
Spain and Portugal [2006/04/25] page 3 »
Maps Available for Albania, Macedonia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia & Montenegro [2006/04/24] page 3 »
Ireland [2006/03/28] page 2 »
Spain, Portugal, Gibraltar, Balearic and Canary Islands [2006/03/06] page 2 »
Mexico [2006/01/11] page 2 »
NAVTEQ Offers Truck Attribute Data for NAVTEQ Map of North America [2005/10/18] page 2 »
NAVTEQ Introduces New Postcode Layer for UK [2005/10/10] page 2 »
NAVTEQ Signs Contract with PSMA Australia for Australian Map Data [2005/09/28] page 2 »
NAVTEQ Releases First Map of Romania [2005/09/13] page 1 »
NAVTEQ Launches First Map of Brazil [2005/08/8] page 1 »
NAVTEQ Releases First Map of Bulgaria [2005/07/18] page 1 »
First NAVTEQ Digital Map of Russia Now Available [2005/07/13] page 1 »
NAVTEQ Acquires South Korea Map Provider [2005/07/11] page 1 »
Aggressive Initiative to Integrate Extended Lane Attributes Throughout Europe and North America Continues [2005/05/18] page 1 »
Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania [2005/05/12] page 1 »
Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia [2005/03/28] page 1 »
CHICAGO, March 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NAVTEQ , a leading global provider of digital maps for vehicle navigation and location-based solutions, has added new roads and updated attributes and geometry on existing roads in its maps of the following middle eastern countries: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. The updated maps of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates were released in Q4 2004, and the updated map of Saudi Arabia was released in Q1 2005 to NAVTEQ’s direct customers.
A variety of different updates were made to the road network of each of the aforementioned countries; however, some notable updates include:
-- Adding names and addresses to roadways in: Busaytin and Muharraq City
in the Muharraq area, Maqsha in the Jidhafs area, Barbar and Sar in
the Northern area, Bilad Al Qadeam in the Manama City area, Isa Town
in the Isa Town area, A’Ali in the Central area, Alluzy and Rowdha in
the Hamad Town area and Malkiya, Dumistan, and Karzakan in the Western
-- Extending the Skaikh Khalifa Bin Salman Hwy south from Wali Al Ahd Hwy
-- Adding new geometry in Zahra, within the city of Hawali
-- Adding new geometry in the neighborhoods of Al Salam, Hateen, Um Al
Haiman and the roadway west of 40 Road in the city of Ahmadi
-- Detailed coverage of the following 16 cities in Oman: Ibri, Khasab
(Musandam Penninsula), As Suwaiq, Saham, Nizwa, Barka, Bahla, Shinas,
Al Mudaybi, Al Khaburah, Al Musanaah, Al Rushtaq, Barka, Samail, Ibra
-- Detailed coverage of the northern side of the "Al Hahjar" mountain
range to the coast - from Qurayyat to UAE border where a bulk of the
-- Updating road geometry, street names and addresses on all levels of
-- Adding new stadiums for the 2006 Asian games
United Arab Emirates
-- Adding street names and addresses where present in Mussaffah, Khalifa
City B and Khalifa City A, Ajman and Ras al Khaimah
-- Adding new roadways around Fujairah and new geometry in the Abu Dhabi
area and Dubai
-- Adding new coverage in Taif
-- Updating road geometry in Jeddah and Riyadh
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||Posted - 06 févr. 2008 : 06:27:04
Intellinav, or any other software provider, buys their maps from Navteq or TeleAtlas. The frequency with which they buy those maps is completely up to the software company. The updates are not cheap. Navteq and TeleAtlas make their income from charging for them. Thus frequency of updates depends on the software provider being able to afford to buy the updates, among other things.
Now these updates are not "interchangeable". Every software company has its own algorithms about how to use the mapping data that Navteq, etc. provides. That is why you can't buy the data, yourself, from Navteq. It is Intellinav's software which will interpret this data and use it for navigation. TomTom will have its own method for doing this and it will certainly not be the same as Intellinav. This is why routing will be different from product to product. They may all use the same basic data, but they will interpret it differently.
||Posted - 05 févr. 2008 : 08:25:41
IS THIS WHY I CAN'T GET UPDATES FOR MY INTELLINAV 350. NAVTEQ SUPPLIES THE MAPS FOR INTELLINAV BUT WHEN CONTACTED ABOUT INTELLINAV MAP UPDATES THEY SAY INTELLINAV IS NOT IN THEIR DATABASE.
Hey Intellinav finaly updated their maps. The update also updates the Intellinav One (350) to the new Intellinav 3 system with a new uncopiable 2 gig SD card. All new maps and more POIs for $79.99 with free shipping .
||Posted - 11 oct. 2007 : 16:32:46
||Posted - 01 oct. 2007 : 17:14:12
Offtopic: Nokia to acquire NAVTEQ
[EDIT - OT INDEED -> http://www.gpspassion.com/forumsen/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=98275]
||Posted - 26 sept. 2007 : 14:55:10
Navigon is shipping Q2 2007 maps of easter europe. Just got 7110 with a free upgrade coupon.
Strange thing is that Navigon Support has no info about that map. Or just want to say. 'Official' info still:
Below you will find the coverty which we offer for MN6:
Poland: 21% (648,197km) Coverty
Slovakia: 13% (10,990km) Coverty
Slovenia: 19% (3,076km) Coverty
Hungary: 30% (117,407km) Coverty
Czech Republic: 20,9% (163,875km) Coverty
BTW: Don't you think N's support is strange? No official forum or blog :( Got one big Navigon forum but it is in German only :(
P.S. Nice comparison are provided by Cz portal: http://navigovat.mobilmania.cz/clanky/Ar.asp?ARI=113466&CHID=2&EXPS=&EXPA=
||Posted - 06 août 2007 : 19:08:44
Audrius, keep an eye on the index on page # 1 of this thread - as soon as I see a press release I post it, and the page 1 index always gets updated at the same time.
My guess is that it shouldn't take much longer for Navteq to have 100% coverage for Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. I think most of Eastern Europe and Scandinavia already has full coverage.
||Posted - 06 août 2007 : 18:14:50
Thank you! Because I do not like TA maps at all... They are to buggy... And will be very exited when I get new NT maps. I have PNA Route66 Chicago 9000 and VDO PN2050BTMC (for wife). They are great products but whit out Baltic states maps... :-( When do you think we could expect good NT maps for Baltic states region Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia?
||Posted - 06 août 2007 : 02:22:34
Likely no product has the new map data as of the time of this writing. The press release date was June 19th, so perhaps a few months from now you may start looking for products which include Q2-2007 Nevteq maps.
||Posted - 05 août 2007 : 21:39:01
> Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Slovenia now have 100% coverage
in what products we can find these maps?
||Posted - 02 août 2007 : 23:35:28
Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, and Swaziland CHICAGO, July 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NAVTEQ , a leading global provider of digital map data for vehicle navigation and location-based solutions, has announced the release of four new countries in southern Africa: Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, and Swaziland. With the addition of these countries, NAVTEQ's coverage in the southern Africa region has increased to over 450,000 km of road network. The NAVTEQ(R) Map now includes 166 cities with areas of Detailed Coverage, NAVTEQ's highest specification, meaning that its full set of over 200 road attributes have been applied and verified.
The number of foreign tourists to the area has doubled over a ten year period with many of them arriving in South Africa as their point of origin into the region. NAVTEQ's latest coverage provides connector roads from these countries to South Africa's full coverage map.
Mary Hardwick, NAVTEQ Vice President of Product Management for Europe, Middle East and Africa, sees the additional NAVTEQ coverage as an asset to this growing industry. "Our customers have asked us to provide coverage from the major cities in the region to the major tourist attractions such as game parks. Because these new countries are built using our global database specification, customers will be able to more easily develop regional navigation applications."
"The inclusion of over 29,000 Points of Interest, including petrol stations is particularly valuable in rural areas," stated Alastair Protheroe NAVTEQ, Director of Product Marketing for Europe, Middle East and Africa. "Knowing in advance the location of petrol stations along your route, enables pre-planning and eliminates some of the apprehension of traveling into remote, unfamiliar areas."
NAVTEQ provided the first automotive-grade navigable map of South Africa in 2002. The company expanded the map to full coverage in 2006.
||Posted - 21 juin 2007 : 04:04:27
Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Slovenia now have 100% coverageChicago, IL– June 19, 2007 – NAVTEQ (NYSE: NVT), a leading global provider of digital map data for vehicle navigation and location-based solutions, has announced availability of full coverage maps for Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Slovenia, providing a road network map from the Baltic Sea in the North, southwest to the Adriatic Sea. These countries represent some of the fastest growing economies in the region with a combined population of over 67 million. With full coverage maps for these five countries, drivers will have access to over one million kilometers of road network.
Thirty-seven city areas are covered at NAVTEQ’s highest coverage level called Detailed Coverage. A cornerstone to NAVTEQ’s accuracy, this means that all the roads in the area are included in the data set and that all the attributes associated with the road have been verified by geographic analysts. The Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia datasets contain all navigable roads.
“Our research indicates strong consumer interest in navigation systems for these countries, with the majority of those responding expressing interest in a multi-country map that could be used for holiday travel,” stated Mary Hardwick, Vice President of Product Management for Europe, Middle East and Africa. “Concentrating our build plans in areas that provide the highest opportunity for economic growth also enables our customers to commit resources to applications with direct consumer benefit outside of navigation such as fleet management systems that can improve customer service.”
NAVTEQ has broad coverage in Central and Eastern Europe with road network maps for Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia.
||Posted - 15 juin 2007 : 19:05:20
NAVTEQ First Global Digital Map Supplier to Release Map of IndiaChicago,IL -- NAVTEQ , a leading global provider of digital map data for vehicle navigation and location-based solutions, has announced its first availability of digital map coverage in India. The NAVTEQ(R) map of India covers a population of more than 53 million and includes over 64,000 kilometers of road for the cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore and the roads connecting these cities. The city centers of six major cities are covered at NAVTEQ's Detailed Coverage level, the highest and most complete database specification. The surrounding city areas include all navigable and named roads. All coverage areas include Points of Interest (POI) which can ease the use of navigation destination functionality or help users locate places and attractions of interest.
India is the world's second fastest growing economy as well as its second largest country in population. "Our customers have told us that focusing on the country's main economic centers enables them to optimize their business plans," stated George Filley, Vice President of Product Management, Americas and Asia Pacific, for NAVTEQ. "Additionally, industry experts anticipate huge growth potential in fleet and tracking solutions. Creating a north-south corridor with the connector roads further extends our customers' potential opportunities."
"We continue to align efforts in support of our customers as they expand their business models to reach further into Asia. And our global specification enables them to gain efficiencies in areas such as compilation which can improve their time to market which is so critical in an economy like this," added Rafay Khan, Vice President, of Business Development for Asia Pacific.
NAVTEQ has extensive coverage in Asia including, along with India, maps for the following countries and territories: Australia, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and through NAV2, NAVTEQ's joint venture in China, a map in China.
||Posted - 13 juin 2007 : 15:18:46
NAVTEQ Releases First Turkey MapCHICAGO, June 11 -- NAVTEQ (NYSE: NVT), a leading global provider of digital map data for vehicle navigation and location-based solutions, has announced its first release of digital map coverage in Turkey. The NAVTEQ(R) map of Turkey covers a population of more than 13 million and includes over 1,000 administrative places such as cities. The initial release contains over 28,000 kilometers of navigable roads for the cities of Istanbul and Ankara. The major highways, secondary roads, and arterial streets in these cities have been verified against 615+ validation rules and conform to NAVTEQ's standard global data specification. This attention to detail provides customers with a high quality dataset and allows them to use the data immediately with other NAVTEQ maps. Additionally, the NAVTEQ map of Turkey contains connector roads throughout the country, connecting the country's largest cities to each other and linking Turkey to Bulgaria and Greece.
"The addition of the Turkey map provides a seamless link between Europe and the Middle East where we have extensive coverage," stated Mary Hardwick, Vice President of Product Management Europe, Middle East and Africa. "Because NAVTEQ provides maps in standard formats using a single data specification, customers will be able to easily integrate the Turkey map into their regional solutions providing users of navigation, wireless location-based, and fleet optimization systems a continuous corridor of coverage from Oman to Portugal and Norway."
"Geographic analysts, deployed from Europe working along side local residents, assured that the map was built to the NAVTEQ global specification that incorporated local nuances," reported Christian Heyne, NAVTEQ Country Manager. "With our NAVTEQ team applying the NAVTEQ specification, our customers have the confidence that the map of Turkey will work in the same environment as any other NAVTEQ map they are currently using."
NAVTEQ has the largest single database specification coverage in the Middle East including, along with Turkey, maps for the following countries and territories: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and U.A.E.
||Posted - 08 juin 2007 : 20:50:50
1. Yeah, I'd say maps may be from a couple of versions (quarters) old up to about 4 versions (quarters) old. It may depend on at which stage of the development of a new software version the product developer acquires the new data. If they acquire the map data at the beginning of working on a new software version then you can expect one year lag right there.
2. Navteq does sell updates for some products. Check Navteq website.
3. Garmin sells updates for its own products
4. Pricing structures vary between manufacturers. But an update is almost never free (unless you purchase a product just before an update).
||Posted - 05 juin 2007 : 20:13:14
My first GPS is en-route, a Garmin Nuvi 670 from Amazon.
How old are the maps which come with GPS devices, a couple of quarters old?
I don't suppose NavTeq will provide free updates to the latest, will they?
I checked a couple of PDFs, the Q406 and Q407 for France. The number of POIs went from like 370k to over 400k. Sounds like a significant change.
Are the maps specifically locked/formatted to different GPS models? IOW, would I go to Garmin to update maps or would I go to NavTeq or some third-parties?
Do they charge an "update" price or do they charge you as if you're buying the whole thing again?
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