Every T23 includes built-in Tramigo Landmark Data (TLD), which help user to locate T23 by using practical and easy-to-understand landmark points. T23 user does not necessarily need to understand or study complicated maps and coordinates, just local landmarks. Tramigo partner or end-user dont need to look for local mapping, every unit is always downloaded with local Tramigo Landmarks.
Several years of hard work and innovative R&D in metropolises, towns, most remote deserts and deepest jungles in all the continents has created this new patent pending data standard for GPS and GSM industry. As a result of developed best practices, quality procedures and global data capturing Tramigo Landmark Data is constantly updated and as first GPS device data standard available for all the 220 GSM countries and areas.
TLD Landmarks for M1 Fleet
On Tramigo M1 Fleet PC software, report messages from your vehicles can be displayed on top of Google Maps, Google Maps, satellite image or detailed aerial photo view. Tramigo landmarks are easier to understand than reading the map, allowing your control center to easily keep track of multiple vehicles from just one PC.
Everybody understands TLD landmarks
Since most people understand local landmarks better than traditional and complex maps, landmarks are common geographical language that every one is able to speak and understand anywhere in the world. TLD makes usage of GPS enabled devices so easy first time that every family member can really benefit and enjoy using Tramigo T23 tracking device.
TLD includes commonly known local landmarks that are carefully selected and updated to provide best possible local understanding for T23 use.
TLD includes: All cities, towns and villages + plenty of information-rich points of interest data, such as hotels, schools, hospitals, post offices, churches, shopping malls, passenger terminals, major interchanges, gasoline stations, government services, tourist attractions, toll gates, sport arenas, etc. T23 user can also add own landmarks, up to 500 points, to complete TLD for best possible personal and community usage.