Nokia maps tracking feature your business

 

Navteq (styled as 'NAVTEQ') was an American Chicago -based provider of geographic information system (GIS) data and a major provider of base electronic navigable maps. The company was acquired by Nokia in 2007/2008, and fully merged into Nokia in 2011 to form part of the Here business unit.

Navteq's underlying map database is based on first-hand observation of geographic features rather than relying on official government maps. It provides data used in a wide range of applications, including automotive navigation systems for many car makers, accounting for around 85% of market share. [ citation needed ] Most clients use Navteq to provide traffic reports in major metropolitan areas throughout North America.

Map errors are handled using Navteq Map Reporter, which is described as a "community-based online tool for suggesting changes to the Navteq map". [5] The Navteq Map Reporter's API makes it possible for manufacturers of devices using Navteq maps to build in error reporting features into their products. [6] Map errors are reported by users of products lacking such error reporting feature, which are most, via the Navteq Map Reporter page. [7]

Nokia maps tracking feature your business

Advanced interception systems for GSM, 3G, 4G (CDMA, UMTS, LTE) and Satellite Networks. Unique features, user friendly operation and full post sale support.


Our latest generation real time GSM interception system is designed to off air interception for cellular GSM networks. The system is portable and lightweight allowing you to deploy it and become ready to start interception in the unknown environment within a few minutes, undetected by the target phone.


A passive real time monitoring system that intercepts voice and text (sms) traffic in CDMA, UMTS & LTE networks: user friendly interface, wide working range, fast and completely transparent interception, supports all CDMA frequency bands, deployment within minutes, does not interfere with networks and mobile phones.

Navteq (styled as 'NAVTEQ') was an American Chicago -based provider of geographic information system (GIS) data and a major provider of base electronic navigable maps. The company was acquired by Nokia in 2007/2008, and fully merged into Nokia in 2011 to form part of the Here business unit.

Navteq's underlying map database is based on first-hand observation of geographic features rather than relying on official government maps. It provides data used in a wide range of applications, including automotive navigation systems for many car makers, accounting for around 85% of market share. [ citation needed ] Most clients use Navteq to provide traffic reports in major metropolitan areas throughout North America.

Map errors are handled using Navteq Map Reporter, which is described as a "community-based online tool for suggesting changes to the Navteq map". [5] The Navteq Map Reporter's API makes it possible for manufacturers of devices using Navteq maps to build in error reporting features into their products. [6] Map errors are reported by users of products lacking such error reporting feature, which are most, via the Navteq Map Reporter page. [7]

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Google Maps is one of the best GPS maps out there. Like Google earth , it could be used to show ones’ locations; hence many cell phone tracking software would work with Google Maps to display your target’s locations.

Google Maps shows your current location and latitude (via My Place), navigate and direct driving, and it can even show real-time traffic. It also supports street view and satellite view.

However, you need to turn Find My iPhone on if you own an iOS handset, or Android device manager on if you own any Android device, or any third-party mobile tracking apps on in order to track your phone. Google Maps alone does not do that, it just shows the location on a map so you can better picture where your phone is. Find more information here .