Thursday, February 02, 2006

GPS Navigation to launch in India

The Hindustan Times reports in this article that GPS Navigation is to be launched in cars in India. Starting from Rs. 35,000 going up to Rs. 150,000 -- the "Navigator" will allow you to search for the closest petrol pump, food, and shopping while also give you the ability to get directions.

Can we first start by naming our roads and then putting up street name sign boards so we might also be able to implement GPS Navigation some day...?

1 comment:

Sid said...

nokia has launched detailed maps for eight Indian cities including detail cities delhi+ncr, mumbai, hydrabad, banglore and others as well with voice navigation so if you have n 95 or sth you can enjoy