TomTom has announced the availability of its latest map products for the Asia Pacific region, delivering new coverage and features for automotive, enterprise and government customers.
“Offering the highest quality maps is our mission; the Asia Pacific region is no exception, evidenced by fully attributed coverage for China, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore and Brunei,” said Charles Cautley, managing director of TomTom Licensing. “Upgrading our mobile mapping vans in Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand with the latest technology is further enabling TomTom to ensure our products feature the best attribution possible to support the navigation, geocoding, and other location needs of all our customers.”
Some highlights of the latest product release for the Asia Pacific region include the introduction of Voice Maps in Thai and Bahasa Indonesian, and the debut of lane and signpost information added in inner-city areas of central Bangkok, enabling easier, more efficient and safer routing. In addition, the street network in more than 100 cities in India and nearly 83,000km in China will be upgraded to full attribution, supporting the most demanding navigation applications.
TomTom maps cover 51 countries and territories throughout Asia Pacific, with navigable coverage for 15 countries across eight million kilometers of roads.
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