Newsletter June 2011
Our world is changing almost every day and so do our roads. After six months of collecting data we have finshed a new map update for the Philippines.
As promised we are continuously working on more international maps. After the release of the first European countries more maps covering our neighbours in Asia are available.
Read in this newsletter some more news about software updates and media coverage.
Your carNAVi Team
Map Update for the Philippines
The traffic situation in the Philippines is not really getting better and major road projects are still queueing for completion, but some new road developments and extensions make driving at least in local areas a bit easier.
Our new map release contains all major road changes and extensions about the last half year, from the newly opened Manila-Cavite Expressway, the prelonged Skyway segment to Alabang up to smaller developments like the new bridge linking Mandaluyong with Makati.
Also many residential areas are updated, turn restrictions and road closings are processed as well as new POI like traffic lights and speed limits are included.
Download the latest map update from our cloud server, click here.
carNAVi GPS navigation devices come already preloaded with detailed maps for the Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore.
For us perfect costumer support is the highest goal and we want to make your travel as easy as possible. This is why we have finished a new series of additional mapsets for almost all neighbouring countries in the South East Asian region.
Take your carNAVi and explore the Mekong in Vietnam, or enjoy shopping in Taiwan or Hong Kong, or do winter sports in Korea. Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Indonesia are covered now, as well!
To get the additional mapsets, please visit the carNAVi Store.
The maps are free of charge, a download is only possible in our online store. These maps are not available in local retail stores.
Our helpful backup and restore tool got an update. Now easier to install and run.
Download and install carNAVi Backup from our software support page and have an easy and lightweight tool to backup your navigation settings like waypoints, history and tracks information.
Or do a full backup of your carNAVi system, just in case for example during map installation something goes wrong.
If you have an older version installed, there’s no need to uninstall, just run the setup of the new version.
New on TV
Teknotrip is a new lifestyle, tech and travel magazine for the Philippines, on AksyonTV, every saturday at 8:45pm.
carNAVi GPS Navigation systems are being used to locate destinations and tourist spots. Watch the start of the episode* by following this link.
AksyonTV, Higit sa Balita, Aksyon!
More videos and reviews in the press corner on our website.
* Courtesy of Associated Broadcasting Company