TPL Trakker Launches TPL Maps
Made in Pakistan Digital Maps to expedite Economic growth
Islamabad, August 23, 2016: The country’s largest tracking solutions provider TPL Trakker Ltd. has launched TPL Maps, Pakistan’s first indigenously developed digital mapping solution. TPL Maps, created using state-of-the-art technology, are inlayed with smart features that provide real-time intelligent routing, live traffic updates, turn-by-turn navigation options and smart search amongst a host of other features.
The street vision comes packed with features which include 60,000+ images and covers a street network of approximately 3,000 kilometers across the three top cities of Pakistan. Consumers can now virtually see their favorite locations such as restaurants, hotels, residential areas, cinemas, parks and other popular public places from almost anywhere around the world via their mobile phones.
Talking about TPL Maps, Ali Jameel, CEO, TPL Trakker Ltd. stated: “TPL Maps have been developed indigenously and I firmly believe that these localized mapping solutions will provide a holistic navigational experience to people all over Pakistan. Globally, maps have taken the center stage for e-commerce, fintech, advertising and games. Today we have enabled Pakistan to leverage the power of Maps for businesses, consumers and the Government sector. This is just the beginning of a new era for technology in the country and we are honored to be in the driving seat of this change.”
With over 22,000 hours of research, TPL Maps have been developed with data collected over the last 15 years by a dedicated team of over 100 IT & GIS analysts who have worked diligently to make these maps a reality. TPL Trakker aims to add further innovation and exciting features in upcoming releases.
TPL Maps can be downloaded from Google Play Store and Apple App Store from the links below:
TPL Maps already offers satellite view and night mode options as part of the free app offering and with such features being added, it intends to be the household mapping brand in Pakistan. Soon consumers will be able to add their favourite location on street vision which will generate a lot of interest and enthusiasm amongst the digital savvy youth populations of the country.