NAVTEQ has reached another milestone in Eastern Europe by providing a full coverage map of Poland. Included in the data set is over 600,000 km of roads.
“Achieving this goal affirms NAVTEQ’s commitment to our customers to provide robust map coverage of Eastern Europe”, stated George Filley, Vice President of Product Management, for NAVTEQ. “Our commitment to this region is further reinforced by the presence of two local offices in Poland that will continue to maintain and update the map.”
Customers and business partners integrating the map into consumer and business applications will have access to data representing over 2,400 cities and will be able to use NAVTEQ map data not only in the urban cities of Warszawa and Lodz, but also in the resort areas of the Beskidy foothills and the Tatra National Forest. In addition to the road network, the full coverage map of Poland includes more than 63,000 points of interest including approximately 2,000 petrol stations, 500 restaurants, and 350 hotels.
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