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    TomTom Australia&NewZealand TomTom_2015.06_150629

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    What version of SPEEDCAMS and BUILDINGS works with this map?

    EDIT: Looks like Australia_HERE_2015_Q2 speedcams and buildings work with it
    Last edited by Walld; 18th October 2015 at 02:21.

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    Looks OK.
    Just went for a drive and speed zone look right and camera's were showing.


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    Last edited by Walld; 18th October 2015 at 05:22.

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    The old maps were Sensis, when did it change to TomTom?
    No updates from Naviextras toolbox for my gps. Were there any updates such as speedcams and POI etc?

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    Yes, good question, I too am curios as to when Sensis / WhereIs was taken over my TomTom.

    Speedcams and POI would have been a bonus if they came with the new change over at the time.

    Sure as Walld said Speedcams and POI from HERE works when incorporated, sometimes mismatch does occur in databases.

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    Default TomTom purchased WhereIs map earlier 2015

    TomTom acquires Australian WhereIs Maps

    by Simon Chester on 14 April, 2015 in Email Newsletter
    WhereIs maps

    TomTom has acquired Location Navigation, including its WhereIs map assets of Australia from Sensis. TomTom will acquire all business activities of Location Navigation including its mapping intellectual property and customer database.

    “With this acquisition, we further strengthen our global map offering for Automotive and Licensing customers,” said Charles Cautley, managing director of TomTom Maps. “TomTom will build on Location Navigation’s already high quality, richly attributed maps of Australia to deliver real-time maps that will enable highly automated driving and internet of things applications for our customers.”

    TomTom will integrate the Australian map database into its transaction-based mapmaking platform to enable real-time maps.
    Last edited by shren001; 22nd October 2015 at 05:52. Reason: missing words

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    Sorry! Can you repost the link, coz it's not work.
    Thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shren001 View Post
    TomTom acquires Australian WhereIs Maps

    by Simon Chester on 14 April, 2015 in Email Newsletter
    WhereIs maps

    TomTom has acquired Location Navigation, including its WhereIs map assets of Australia from Sensis.
    I hope they do a better job than WhereIs/Sensis. I mean they show 110 km/h sections on the M5 (Sydney) where there has not been one for over a decade. They also show 80 km/h sections where the stretches were upgraded years ago. Also along Wentworth Ave, it calls out for a stop sign where there have been traffic lights for decades.

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    The chances of these errors being corrected will be much higher if you report them here.

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    Last edited by catymag; 30th October 2015 at 01:03. Reason: coded external link to avoid refback

 

 
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