World News: NAVTEQ expands digital map coverage

World News: NAVTEQ expands digital map coverage

NAVTEQ has announced the release of its map of India, full coverage maps for key countries in Eastern / Central Europe, and the first seamless global digital map coverage.

NAVTEQ has expanded its Asia-Pacific footprint to ten countries and territories with the release of its map of India, which includes more than 64,000 km of roads for Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore and the roads connecting these cities.

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.

NAVTEQ has also announced the 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, covering more than one million km of navigable roads.

Thirty-seven city areas are covered at NAVTEQ’s highest coverage level – called Detailed Coverage – which 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.

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.

NAVTEQ has expanded its Entry Maps, creating the only global portfolio of edge-matched digital maps.

Entry Maps enable customers to licence a map for every country in the world with cross-border connectivity. Entry Maps contain all the major highways and major cities for a given country, with additional levels of roads including rural and residential roads and POIs for major towns included for certain regions.Entry Maps are available in 184 countries including the Eastern Europe Entry Maps that were released earlier this year.

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