We take a spin in the True mapping car, which is used to collect the data that powers Nokia Maps 3.0 on the all-new Lumia 822.
CNET takes a ride with a Navteq field team to see how it collects information and updates the maps used in GPS devices.
A typical Navteq field team drives out in an older-generation Ford Escape equipped with an array of six cameras and military-grade GPS. Here is a look at the technology used to map the streets.
Navteq and M/A-COM Technology Solutions partner to create the Map and Positioning Engine module (MPE), a device designed to communicate terrain information and positioning data to a car's drive systems.
Navteq announces the availability of 3D rendered maps of European cities.
CNET Car Tech visits the Navteq SF Bay Area Traffic Operations Center.
Map and traffic data giant purchases upstart police speed-trap reporting app and service for an undisclosed sum.
Company creates a way to make GPS directions far more understandable to the average driver.
Have you ever wondered where all the detailed information in GPS navigation systems comes from? So did we: So we took a ride out with Fred and Enrique, two field analysts for Navteq, who gave us insight into how they collect data to keep their maps up to date. Check out our slide show on cartography in the digital age.
The Nokia subsidiary's True system can gather 150 million 3D data points per second. Navteq also is now selling 3D models of some cities.