Saturday, 23 May 2015
Navitel-leader of Russian and Eastern Europe navigation market and AND, the only independent company in the global mapping market-, are pleased to announce strategic partnership in developing car navigation maps for Navitel Navigator.

Navitel and AND combine their knowledge, experience and know-how in developing navigation products. Navitel can now introduce Western European maps for their navigation solution.

Thanks to this cooperation Navitel will offer the market extremely detailed, precise and actual Western European maps with all Navitel online-services support.

In 2012, in addition to maps of all Eastern Europe, CIS and Asia countries, Navitel will expand its cartographic coverage and release new maps of all Western Europe countries. Thus, Navitel will offer users navigation on the territory of all Eurasia from Pacific to Atlantic Ocean.

Navitel - is a leading Russian navigation solution provider for automotive navigation industries, specialized in development and production of satellite navigation software and cartography. Navitel Navigator is running on Android, Symbian, Windows Mobile, iPhone, iPad, Bada, Java, Windows CE platforms with outstanding 3D graphics and real-time traffic service. The latest and the most accurate digital navigation maps of CIS (ex USSR), Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America. For more information on Navitel, please visit

AND – founded in 1984, AND is one of the Netherlands' longest established software groups. AND provides rich digital maps used for location-based services and is the only independent company in the global mapping market. From April 2012 AND is Navitel partner in development of navigation maps. For more information on AND, please visit

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