Navitel Navigator update for Android devices, iPhone and iPad
NAVITEL® releases a major software update for smartphones and tablets running on Android and iOS (iPhone and iPad). Navitel Navigator 9.10 release includes a large-scale revision of the notification system when the car is approaching speed cameras and various road regulations.
New algorithm of notifications when approaching SpeedCams, high-risk road sections and service points
In the new version of Navitel Navigator the user gets notifications when following a route. The notifications panel presents a list of closest driving regulations and their remoteness. The program starts the countdown as the vehicle is approaching the closest camera, hazardous area or service point. Navitel Navigator 9.10 contains an extensive list of traffic enforcement cameras (14 types), potentially risky zones (9 types) and service stations (7 types). In case the driver chooses to attach a smartphone or tablet in a vertical position, all the notifications will be displayed in the left part of the screen, right below the navigation bar. Once rotating the device horizontally, the notification widget slides to the right side of the screen.
The software update includes a prominent notification system that will increase road safety. The driver will get timely notifications about speed regulations, locations of service points and high-risk road sections (such as zebra crosswalks, dangerous speed limit change, risky road bend etc.).
Traffic enforcement cameras:
- Speed (A fixed speed camera). Used to detect the speed of vehicles.
- Lane for public transport (A fixed road marking camera for prevention of driving within public transport lanes). Used to detect vehicles moving within lanes consigned to public transport (such as buses, trolleybuses, trams etc.).
- Lane for taxi (A fixed road marking camera for prevention of driving within taxi lanes). Used to detect vehicles moving within lanes consigned to taxis.
- Lane for bicycle (A fixed road marking camera for prevention of driving within cycle lanes). Used to detect vehicles moving within lanes consigned to bicycles.
- Traffic on the roadside (A fixed road marking camera for prevention of driving on roadsides). Used to detect vehicles moving on emergency stopping lanes or roadsides.
- Stop lines (A fixed stop line camera).
- Solid marking line (A fixed solid marking line camera). Used to detect lane change violations, such as solid marking line or traffic island crossing. Also used to detect vehicle positioning within a lane when performing a manoeuvre (car spin, U-turn).
- Red light (A fixed red lights camera).
- Free intersection (A fixed intersection camera for prevention of stops on an intersection in cases of traffic jams). Used to detect stops within intersections, where stopping is prohibited by special marking and/or road signs. Driving within such intersections is prohibited unless free passage is possible.
- Seat belts (A fixed seat belts camera).
- Parking rules (A fixed parking regulations camera).
- Use of headlights (A fixed headlights regulations camera).
- No mobile phone (A fixed camera detecting mobile phone use violations – failure to use loudspeaker systems).
- No trucks (A fixed camera detecting violations when entering areas with prohibition of freight vehicles).
- Mobile camera (A mobile road traffic camera). Refers to locations of patrol cars, mobile speed cameras etc.
- Unregulated railway crossing
- Pedestrian crossing
- Dangerous crossroads
- Dangerous turn
- Attention children
- Restricted area
- Sleeping Policeman
- Attention change of speed
- Transport inspection
- Weights control
- Police station
- Сustoms control
- Eco class control
- Restricted for trucks (Restricted access for freight vehicles). In contrast to the camera detecting freight vehicles prohibition violations, this camera type controls the markings restricting freight vehicles navigation (in case of admittance restrictions without a pass, legal permit etc.).
- Fee station
Speed limit colour indication
In the new version of Navitel Navigator speed limit is displayed within a red circle, on the right side of the current car speed. If the car is exceeding the authorised speed, the program will notify the driver in case of any traffic violations – orange colour block for up to 10 km/h overspeeding, the red one for over 10 km/h overspeeding*.
*Default settings are fixed at 10 km/h overspeeding. In order to change the value go to Menu > Settings > Alerts > Speed penalty.
Other updates in Navitel Navigator 9.10 release:
- Indication of navigation in tunnels;
- Extensive list of new branded POIs (petrol stations, ATMs, shops, cafes, etc.);
- Rapid route building through 2 and more countries;
- Increased detailing of maps;
- Optimized interface for devices with 2:1 ratio.
Android users can get the latest 9.10 update from the DOWNLOADS page on the official NAVITEL® website or via Google Play.
iPhone and iPad users can download the latest update from AppStore (iTunes).
New users can get a full function 7-day trial version. When the trial period expires, the program will switch to limited functionality mode. In order to use the premium version you must buy a license key.
You can also purchase a 1 Year Subscription to the chosen maps and enjoy the advantages of the premium version with full functionality for the whole year**. You decide if you want to renew the subscription after a 1-year time period or cancel it. Navigate the world on your own terms!
**Subscription is available for all existing navigation map packages, except for maps of Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and Kazakhstan, or any packages containing at least one map of these countries.