TomTom acquires Australian WhereIs Maps

By on 14 April, 2015

WhereIs maps

TomTom has acquired Location Navigation, including its WhereIs map assets of Australia from Sensis. TomTom will acquire all business activities of Location Navigation including its mapping intellectual property and customer database.

“With this acquisition, we further strengthen our global map offering for Automotive and Licensing customers,” said Charles Cautley, managing director of TomTom Maps. “TomTom will build on Location Navigation’s already high quality, richly attributed maps of Australia to deliver real-time maps that will enable highly automated driving and internet of things applications for our customers.”

TomTom will integrate the Australian map database into its transaction-based mapmaking platform to enable real-time maps.

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