New Delhi, India, August 8, 2014: MapmyIndia, India’s leader in digital maps, GPS navigation and web mobile location apps has partnered with Pioneer India Electronics, the leading in-car entertainment systems company. Pioneer’s new in-car entertainment system AVIC-F60BT will feature state-of-the-art MapmyIndia navigation.
Managing Director of MapmyIndia Rakesh Verma said, “MapmyIndia’s comprehensive and accurate navigation will now come built into Pioneer’s high quality entertainment system. With best of navigation and entertainment, this will be an unmatched combination and a matter of delight car travelers across India.”
The Hybrid Navigation solution – CHIPS (Common Hardware for Integrated Positioning System), which is powered by MapmyIndia Maps, India’s best digital maps is an integral part of this new premium offering. The custom-made UI ensures that travelers are able to seamlessly switch from in-car entertainment to MapmyIndia’s true-to-life navigation featuring – house address level data, 3-D & 2D landmarks, junction view (images of major junctions), advance lane guidance and much more. This adds strongly to the Pioneer AVIC-F60BT promise of best-in-class AVIC – Audio, Video, Information and Communication.
MapmyIndia’s maps are being aggressively adopted by Indian consumers, mobile handset manufacturers and car manufacturers. The company occupies the dominant, market leader position in the automotive navigation. MapmyIndia has already collaborated with all leading car manufacturers across India to offer MapmyIndia navigation to their customers. As part of the offering car companies have introduced MapmyIndia navigation in their top-selling car models.
The latest, MapmyIndia maps offer India’s most localized maps with voice guidance. The users get India’s most comprehensive, exhaustive, detailed and updated coverage with – 10.54 million unique destinations (Points of Interests), expanded coverage of over 2 million kilometers road network, 7068 cities at street level with house address level data for 80 cities, 600000 villages and 3D & 2D landmarks in 86 cities