July 19, 2006

NAVTEQ Maps South Africa

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NAVTEQ has announced a full coverage map for South Africa. Included in the data set is over 450,000 km of roads, enabling customers using the NAVTEQ digital map for South Africa to create navigation solutions for the entire country. The full coverage product, which reaches approximately one hundred percent of South Africa's population, includes over 25,000 points of interest including high value listings such as approximately 3,900 restaurants and 2,100 hotels. Customers integrating the map into consumer and business applications will have access to data representing over 4,955 named places in the country.

"Because of the strong growth in digital map based applications, NAVTEQ has already significantly enhanced its coverage of South Africa. Moving forward, we plan on continuing to expand our coverage in South Africa to meet the evolving needs of the growing user base of digital maps," stated George Filley, Vice President of Product Management, for NAVTEQ. NAVTEQ has also made a commitment to provide expanded coverage to support navigation needs during FIFA World Cup to be held in South Africa in 2010, enabling navigation between venues and providing detailed destination information.

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Posted by Scott Martin at July 19, 2006 9:00 AM

Recent Comments

My Jeep Cherokee has an in-car satnav system which uses NAVTEQ maps but they are hopelessly outdated. Also I travel frequently to Namibia but it is not covered. I cannot get updates from Chrysler; How can I update this system? Or is it possible to load T4A onto it? Without being able to update I may as well not have the system at all.


Posted by: izak marais at February 10, 2013 5:19 AM

I have a DyNavin E-46 in my car. All i need is the latest Navteq South African map which i can use on my iGO Primo v1.2. Please give information also about getting hold of DEM files and/or all accessory files that go with a Navteq map.


Posted by: Molelle Mahlatsi at April 5, 2011 10:01 AM

I bought a Mercedes C200 with a Navteq sistem in but they lost the CD. Can somebody help me with a cd. Please.


Posted by: Hennie Fourie at February 6, 2011 1:24 PM

Hi Guys, I'd like to know where can I get the Navteq Maps for South Africa for CentraFuse 3? It a windows based automotive infotainment system... Can anyone please help me?


Posted by: Dragon at June 3, 2010 7:57 AM

i need your help i came with a navman from ireland to south africa and is not working can you help me


Posted by: omo at November 23, 2009 2:23 AM

I need NAVTEQ South African GPS Maps for my Lowrance XOG GPS


Posted by: Vuyisa Mxego at October 22, 2009 5:52 AM

Hi there!
Need Navman maps for South Africa for S100 model.
Where can I find it and what is the cost???
I see you have similar questions.. Could you maybe post the answer on the site?


Posted by: willie at May 25, 2009 5:35 AM

I have recently bought a Becker here in Switzerland. Brilliant for Europe, however I will soon be back in South Africa for a visit and would also like to purchase SA maps. NAVTEQ's current position is that they do not have any maps available for my model. Has anyone had any success with using maps from an alternative source?


Posted by: Clinton at April 6, 2009 8:22 AM

Have anyone had any success in obtaining maps of South Africa for a Becker Traffic Assist Pro using Navteq software. The GPS was bought in Austria.


Posted by: Jacques du Plessis at January 31, 2009 3:46 AM

I have the same question as Pierre. My father-in-law brought a Becker GPS back from Germany, which uses Navteq maps.

Where can we find the South Africa Map the press releases all over the internet and on this site are talking about?


Posted by: Gerhard at September 25, 2007 3:50 AM

IM sitting in south africa i toured in the uk a year ago and bought myself the snooper indago gps
and i cant use my indago here because i dont have the maps for south africa and i would like to know how do i go about to get the maps here in south africa.


Posted by: PIERRE at August 14, 2007 6:07 AM
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