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TomTom navigation engine
Ralf Jurrien : May 10th 2013 - 11:10 CET
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TomTomTomTom NavKit navigation engine : TomTom launches its new navigation engine, NavKit. It will power all future TomTom navigation system and products and will be available for licensing to automotive and enterprise customers. The new TomTom NavKit navigation engine offers new levels of flexibility. The configurable component architecture has been designed to enable rapid integration. TomTom NavKit navigation engine has programming interfaces for adding a customised user interface, porting to any operating system and integrating navigation services. As a result, the development of a connected TomTom navigation system on any device platform becomes far quicker and simpler.

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TomTom navigation features
The new TomTom navigation engine incorporates all the navigation logic of an on-board turn-by-turn navigation application. Every element has been enhanced to deliver an improved user experience including route planning, free text search, 2D map browsing and 3D guidance view, map-matched positioning and real-time guidance. “The automotive industry’s next challenge is to create a seamless connected car experience,” says Harold Goddijn, CEO at TomTom. “To help our customers achieve this, we created NavKit, a flexible, future-proof navigation platform. NavKit makes the creation of connected navigation solutions easier and faster than ever before.”

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TomTom NavKit navigation engine
The TomTom NavKit navigation engine’s architecture will allow customers and industry partners to replace components in a modular way. Its new routing engine achieves faster and more accurate dynamic routing, both on TomTom’s maps and on the new industry-standard Navigation Data Standard (NDS) maps. Additionally, it provides better routes around traffic and fully supports TomTom Traffic, Version 6.0, including incident duration predictions and jam tail warnings. The new free text search engine provides easier and faster address and POI search. A new map visualization engine greatly improves 2D map browsing and introduces an innovative 3D guidance view.




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