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Digi-Nav releases software for SA and the region

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The perfect travelling companion on long car trips over the festive season, as well as for daily commuters; the Digi-Nav 2008 navigational software has been released.

Customers have the option to buy either the South Africa or aouthern African versions, together with a wide range of supplementary features. MapIT is the exclusive supplier of digital mapping for Digi-Nav products.
New features include an additional 96 918 km of routable street coverage as well as over 36 000 new points of interest, such as ATMs, petrol stations, toll gates and borders.
The 2008 software is able to monitor the vehicle’s speed, and also allows the user to search for a street name without first having to enter in the city or town. The Navi list button enables the driver to create a list of stop-off point’s en-route which can be navigated to in rapid succession.
Improved night mode display, a compass for the purpose of better orientation, and an alert system that informs the driver when the GPS signal is lost, make this software an invaluable safety enhancer on South African and southern African roads.
Those who already possess the 2007 software can upgrade on the Digi-Nav website. Alternatively, the Digi-Nav software is available on the Navig8 hardware range distributed by JNC, which can be found at most major retail outlets.