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Atlas Mobile Offers Up Plug-And-Play Implementation for Turn-By-Turn Navigation

October 19th, 2010 10:26 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Making a turn-by-turn voice navigation app is hard. First you’ve gotta figure out how to get all those maps — which, unless you plan on wrangling up some cartographers and sending them around the world on your dime, means licensing fees. Then you’ve gotta record audio for a few hundred thousand street names, figure out how to determine and draw all of the routes, and then cross your fingers and hope you don’t send anyone on a long drive off a short pier.

Atlas CT is trying to take some of that painful wheel-reinvention out of the process with Atlas Mobile, a drop-in solution for third party developers looking to bring turn-by-turn navigation right into their application.

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