PTV's software systems and solutions are designed for route and trip planning, digital map visualisation, geomanagement or business navigation.
TomTom has announced an extended global multi-year agreement with PTV AG, part of the German PTV Group and a pioneer in truck navigation. Under the agreement TomTom will deliver navigation and location content to be used in creating new innovative software products for the Logistics industry.
PTV’s logistics software provides solutions for planning and optimising fleets and sales structures. Customers can choose from a wide array of products, including software components, standardised products and customised solutions. PTV's software systems and solutions are designed for route and trip planning, digital map visualisation, geomanagement or business navigation. Customers use PTV’s technically advanced modules across a wide range of application areas, such as tracking & tracing, CRM systems, online dealer locator systems, transport logistics, navigation solutions etc.
“We are pleased to be able to extend our existing collaboration with PTV. It is great that our maps and location based content will form a strong base for PTV’s new products. This will enable them to offer their customers an even more comprehensive package of features,” said Maarten van Gool, Managing Director of TomTom Licensing.
To serve their customers with the best possible products, PTV will incorporate information from TomTom’s comprehensive global digital map database, MultiNet. They can also leverage Logistics, a digital map database designed specifically for fleet owners and operators of large trucks and other road-restricted vehicles and the application developers serving this market. The extended agreement gives PTV access to more products like Points of Interest, (2D City Maps) and Speed Profiles. With Speed Profiles, an innovative product derived from aggregating and processing more than two trillion GPS measurements, it is possible to help drivers to identify optimal routes and more accurately estimates travel times.
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