Bangalore, May 12 (UNI) 'MapmyIndia,' India's leading premium quality digital map data and consumer navigation services, today launched 'iNav,' its GPS navigation solutions for mobile phones.
'iNav' offers comprehensive maps and high quality navigation software for the growing number of GPS phones.
Talking to newspersons after the launch, Company Director Rohan Verma said ''our vision is to make maps and navigation as an integral part of the country's basic infrastructure. After making maps freely available on the internet via MapmyIndia.com and launching of MapmyIndia Navigator for in-car navigation, we hope that GPS navigation can benefit all mobile phone users across the country.'' To a question, he said over 200 surveyors and 150 professionals were on job to update the maps. Every six months it would be updated.
Mr Verma said its wide net work includes 2,80,000 points of interest across 52 categories, such as ATMs, restaurants, petrol pumps and police stations.
As many as 55,000 towns and villages, landmarks in 150 cities, national and state highways and detailed street, by-lane, locality, sub-locality and comprehensive points of 18 major cities were available for the users, he added.
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