TomTom has updated its maps worldwide with increased coverage and improved features for all business customers. The global navigation and mapping products and services provider’s global map database now covers over 44 million kilometres and 4.2 billion worldwide. Full navigable coverage by TomTom is now available in 126 countries.
The new global map updates include:
- Launch of turn-by-turn navigable maps in Albania and Senegal
- Pedestrian Maps debut for Berlin, London, New York, San Francisco, and Toronto
- Address Points introduction in Andorra, Denmark, Hong Kong, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia and Switzerland.
- 10 million newly added Address Points across Europe
- Extension of Voice Maps to 30 million names and over 40 million phonetic transcriptions.
More information is available in the press release below.
TOMTOM ENHANCES ITS MAPS WORLDWIDE – Press Release
London, 29 January, 2015 – TomTom today announces map updates around the globe, increasing coverage and improving features for all business customers. TomTom’s global map database now covers over 44 million kilometres and 4.2 billion people worldwide, and features full navigable coverage for 126 countries.
“TomTom continues to expand its global map footprint with the addition of more than half a million kilometres of roads,” said Charles Cautley, Managing Director of TomTom Maps. “We are excited to deliver new global map updates that support navigation, geocoding and other location-based services.”
Global map enhancements include:
The launch of navigable, turn-by-turn maps for Albania and Senegal.
Debut of Pedestrian Maps for Berlin, London, New York, San Francisco, and Toronto featuring pedestrian-specific geometry, such as footpaths, garden paths and forms of way that are not accessible by car.
Introduction of Address Points to enable better geocoding and navigation in Andorra, Denmark, Hong Kong, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia and Switzerland.
The Addition of 10 million Address Points across Europe, bringing total regional coverage to 58 million.
Extension of Voice Maps to 30 million names and over 40 million phonetic transcriptions, resulting in an improved spoken navigation experience.