Trimble Uses NAVTEQ Map Data for Fleet Management

CHICAGO /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NAVTEQ, a leading global provider of digital map data for location-based solutions and vehicle navigation, announced that Trimble Mobile Solutions (TMS) is using NAVTEQ as its digital map provider for the TMS TrimFleet family of products within North America. TMS uses NAVTEQ maps for its TrimWeb and TrimView solutions to improve fleet management operations and vehicle tracking efficiency.

Trimble's TrimFleet product line provides fleet owners with a range of productivity solutions, ranging from simple tracking and messaging to highly integrated, location-based status reporting. The TrimWeb and TrimView solutions are used by fleets that require a permanently installed in-vehicle device that can grow with the customer as their needs change. This is achieved through the addition of sensors and a messaging terminal. Using NAVTEQ maps, fleet owners are able to find the exact location of each of their vehicles to make sure they are routing them in the most efficient and cost-conscious way.

NAVTEQ employs "one of the industry's most comprehensive development and quality control programs for the highest levels of quality and precision." Executed by a team of more than 550 field researchers, the NAVTEQ database includes detailed attributes from turn restrictions and relative road-crossing heights to road-segment access restrictions, one-way streets, and speed categories that help optimize routing. Additionally, NAVTEQ maps include points of interest, including restaurants, hospitals, shopping centers, and leisure facilities, making it easier to locate and route to many different destinations.

"The use of NAVTEQ's data was driven by our commitment to provide the best-in-class products to our customers. Our customers are highly dependent on accurate location, statusing, and accurate maps," says Michael Granruth, vice president/engineering & product development, Trimble Mobile Solutions. "By offering our customers the highest level of map-data accuracy, we are confident that our products provide valuable tools to increase fleet efficiency."

"Trimble's product line demonstrates the realization of the high standards that fleet customers demand," commented Roy Kolstad, vice president and general manager-business and government solutions, NAVTEQ. "We believe this collaboration provides a compelling solution for the rigorous needs of this dynamic industry."

About Trimble Mobile Solutions, Inc.
Trimble Mobile Solutions Inc. offers complete solutions for mobile resource management. These solutions integrate real-time vehicle and driver information with location and time data to provide fleet owners with reliable control and optimized fleet performance. Customers throughout the construction, field service, and enterprise vehicle markets rely on TMS solutions.

About Trimble
Trimble is a leading innovator of global positioning system (GPS) technology. In addition to providing advanced GPS components, Trimble augments GPS with other positioning technologies, as well as wireless communications and software to create complete customer solutions. Trimble's worldwide presence and unique capabilities position the company for growth in emerging applications, including surveying, agriculture, machine guidance, fleet and asset management, wireless platforms, and telecommunications infrastructure. Founded in 1978 and headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., Trimble has more than 2400 employees in more than 18 countries worldwide.

NAVTEQ is a leading provider of comprehensive digital map information for automotive navigation systems, mobile navigation devices, Internet-based mapping applications, and government and business solutions. NAVTEQ creates the digital maps and map content that power navigation and location-based services solutions around the world. The Chicago-based company was founded in 1985 and has approximately 1900 employees located in 131 offices in 23 countries. NAVTEQ is a trademark in the U.S. and other countries.

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