Tele Atlas’ Latin American database now includes coverage of five countries, more than 1.7 million kilometers and more than 750,000 points of interest (POIs). Tele Atlas customers such as Digibase, Google and TomTom have already launched solutions using these maps.
Tele Atlas’ map of Chile encompasses 155,000 kilometers of roadways, covering approximately 95 percent of the population and more than 110 cities with complete street network coverage, including Antofagasta, Puente Alto, Santiago de Chile, Valparaíso and Viña del Mar, as well as 77,000 POIs. The company’s digital maps for Uruguay, the first ever delivered, cover 41 percent of the population across approximately 8,000 kilometers.
Additionally, Tele Atlas released expanded maps of Argentina with more than 193,000 kilometers of navigable roads, including coverage of the country’s major road network and street level coverage in 70 cities across the country, including Buenos Aires, Cordoba, La Plata and Rosario. The Argentina maps now cover 46 percent of the population and offer more than 13,000 points of interest.
The latest Brazil maps now encompass more than 980,000 kilometers, with street-level coverage for approximately 70 percent of the population. Coverage across 1,300 municipalities includes all of the Brazil’s cities with populations of more than two million such as the metropolitan areas of Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Salvador, Goiania, Recife and Fortaleza.