MapKing Virtual Singapore

Posted by GIS talk On Thursday, June 11, 2009
Sponsored Links:

MapKing Virtual Singapore, a consummation of MapKing’s many years of expertise and experience in navigation software, has been launched here . MapKing Virtual Singapore provides an enlarged numeric pad designed specifically for quick and easy search of all 6-digit Singapore post codes licensed from Singapore Land Authority (SLA).

It has the following features:

Easy Post Code Search with Numeric Pad
MapKing Virtual Singapore provides an enlarged numeric pad designed specifically for quick and easy search of all 6-digit Singapore post codes licensed from Singapore Land Authority (SLA).

Chain Store Search
MapKing Virtual Singapore Chain Store Search Engine covers more than 8,000 chain stores and restaurants. They can be easily searched and set as destination for route planning and navigation.

Realistic Signboard, 3D Junction View and ERP Avoidance
MapKing Virtual Singapore is designed to make driving fun and stress-free by realistic pop-up signboard and junction views. The route planning function also features an ERP Avoidance mode to help drivers minimize ERP cost.

Supports all four Singapore Official Languages
To better serve the polyethnic society of Singapore, MapKing Virtual Singapore supports all four Singapore Official Languages, offering turn by turn vocal guidance in English, Chinese Mandarin, Tamil, and Malay. User interface (menus and buttons) can be switched between English, Chinese and Malay. Audio cues for road names are also provided by English TTS (Text-to-Speech) function.

Updated Feature-Rich Maps
MapKing Virtual Singapore deploys the most updated dataset licensed from SLA (Singapore Land Authority), enhanced and supplemented by internally collected data and data contributed by reputable user group communities.

MapKing’s CEO, Mr. Stanley Ng is grateful and excited by the successful launch of MapKing Virtual Singapore, “We are proud to offer the first ever navigation software that supports all four Official Languages of Singapore. We are committed not just to pure functional excellence, but also dedicated localization to make our product more user-friendly to the polyethnic society of Singapore.”

Via press release.


-----------------------------------------------

Sponsored Links:

Visit Other Relevant Posts



Please Subscribe:
We deliver the updates right to your inbox for free! Join the hundreds of others who signed up for the free email subscription.
Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

blog comments powered by Disqus

Friends of GIS Education

Asia Pacific Universities

Europe Universities

Study GIS: Europe

Posted by GIS Talk

Middle East Universities

Study GIS: Middle East

Posted by GIS Talk

The Americas

Study GIS: Americas

Posted by GIS Talk

Follow Us On Twitter and Facebook

GIS on Twitter
GIS on Facebook

GIS Education Visitors