Yesterday TomTom announced that it will launch TomTom HD Traffic service in Czech Republic. It will enable drivers to take the fastest route to their destination based on the most accurate and real time traffic information. 20 sim crack serial free.
Including Czech Republic TomTom HD Traffic will be available in 23 countries. TomTom claims that with 80 million probes (cellular and GPS) worldwide its HD Traffic service covers 99.9% of the road network, covering traffic jams on main roads as well as secondary and local roads. Let’s hope that this means expansion of HD Traffic service to Central and Eastern Europe (I’m looking forward to welcome this service in Poland:). However the market of retail PNDs is already very saturated in this region, the service is targeted as well to B2B clients with WORKsmart™ fleet management solution. In fact two days ago TomTom won 2011 GreenFleet Awards in IT Innovation category for its ‘Eco system’, which gives fleet managers the tools to promote and monitor eco-friendly driver behaviour, reduce fuel consumption and carbon emission = decrease costs. Yum install ant without openjdk rpm property.
The system is actually based on a traffic data, therefore HD Traffic service expansion could mean one step further in the leadership in B2B fleet management solutions as well in this part of Europe.
Speed Cameras Europe and Danger Zones Coverage Speed Cameras Europe and TomTom Danger Zones are available in the below countries. You can use these services in any of these countries as long as your device has the corresponding map installed. Speed Cameras are available for: Andorra Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland Germany Gibraltar Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Monaco Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia San Marino Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Ukraine United Kingdom Vatican City Danger Zones are available for: France. Map coverage on our navigation devices The map coverage depends on the type of device you have. See below for the details of what countries our European devices contain.