Updating navman software
outlining his prediction for the growth in complexity of integrated circuits.
His prediction, later on coined "Moore's Law" by Caltech professor Carver Mead, was that the number of transistors in an integrated circuit would double every 24 months.
In the fourth quarter of 2006, Navman introduced their new "N-Series" of in-vehicle GPS navigation systems to keep pace with technology and consumer demands.
One of the new "N-Series" family members is the N60i, Navman's top-of-the-line in-car navigation unit.
Built into the N60i is a 1.3 megapixel, 1280 pixel by 1024 pixel, color camera employing Nav Pix technology embeds geographic coordinate (location) data of where a picture was taken into the picture data.
NET, and map/POI databases; IR remote control; protective carrying case; screen cleaning cloth; "Quick Reference Manual"; "In-Car Installation Guide"; GPS navigation FAQ guide; global support information; software product license; limited warrantee agreement; and a product registration card.“We have used the product for three years and the seamless integration of HOS, DVIR, and fleet tracking are just a few of the features we use every day to streamline [our] fleet operations.” — JE Allen Company “With Teletrac Navman, we can quickly react to customer requests for same day delivery of loads. I know where all my trucks are, and can quickly provide incredibly accurate ETAs.” — Allied Concrete Eagle Bay Since implementing Teletrac Navman's DIRECTOR platform, there has been “better communication” within the fleet and “better tracking and planning by knowing driver location and available hours,” – Rob Koch, VP of Operations at A. It just made sense for us to ensure drivers also have access to the most up-to-date details on the road." Navman's global mapping partner, HERE, says it recorded 42,000 kilometres of new roads, 7500 street name changes, 10,000 turn restrictions, 1800 new one-way streets, and 1800 new road direction signs in the yearly Australian map update from 2012 to 2013 alone."It is exactly the same as it was last year, so it's still computer based updates.Obviously we are always trying to improve how the software component of the map update works." "The one exciting thing to say is that the Nav Desk software is now compatible across both PC and Mac platforms.