Navteq, a global provider of maps, traffic and location-based data has today announced the launch of 3D maps for 8 major cities of India. The new visual content will offer 3D representation of landmarks for famous monuments and buildings with historic significance. Hit the break to check out features of Navteq’s new 3D maps. Also Read - Nokia is looking to sell its HERE maps business, has approached Uber for possible buyout: Report
Motorway Junction Objects You’d now be able to see 3D animation of complex Motorway junctions such as AIIMS flyover Delhi or Western Express Highway in Mumbai to enhance lane-driving guidance. Navteq has covered almost all of the major flyovers from these cities. Also Read - New low for Apple, Tim Cook apologizes for iOS 6 maps, suggests users to go for Google or Nokia maps
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Besides the 3D graphical representation, Navteq will also offer ‘Sign-as-Real’ content which realistically represents key motorway signs or the boards that you normally see hanging high up on roads and highways. This app fades out the irrelevant signs on your journey and emphasizes only on the destination sign text.