NAVTEQ Features Impressive Line-up of Customer Solutions at the 2007 ESRI International User Conference

 NAVTEQ Field Vehicles Collect Data in a Live Environment

Chicago, IL – June 14, 2007 -- NAVTEQ (NYSE: NVT), a leading global provider of digital map data for vehicle navigation and location-based solutions (LBS), will feature an array of customer solutions and end-user presentations at the 2007 ESRI International User Conference in San Diego, CA (booth #701), June 18-22, 2007. Additionally, NAVTEQ field vehicles will be located outside of the San Diego Convention Center (Hall B); offering rides with geographic analysts to see first-hand how digital map data is collected in a live environment. 2007 marks the first year that NAVTEQ is both a Gold Sponsor of the ESRI International User Conference and of the Federal Reception.

Customer presentations will be delivered on Tuesday and Wednesday in NAVTEQ booth 701 and will touch on a variety of topics including Federal, State and Local Government; Workforce Management and Optimization; Business Intelligence; and Map Enhancement Tools.

Federal Government presenters include:

•  Ardent Management Consulting: Integrated Common Analytical Viewer (iCAV)
The Integrated Common Analytical Viewer (iCAV) system is a web-based geospatial analytical and situational awareness system that helps the Department of Homeland Security mission partners to better prepare, prevent, respond and recover from natural and man-made disasters.

•  GeoDecisions: Using NAVTEQ Data for Logistics and Transportation Security - IRRIS
IRRIS is an innovative, award winning, web-based application developed for the Department of Defense that focuses on situational awareness, collaboration, incident management, logistics, transportation security, cargo security, data integration, analysis, reporting, cargo tracking, vehicle tracking, and emergency management activities by using NAVTEQ® data at its core.

State and Local Government presenters include:

•  City of Alpharetta, Georgia: NAVTEQ Data and Local Government Applications
The City of Alpharetta uses NAVTEQ data in many applications across several city departments, including Police and Fire and the Department of Engineering and Public Works.

•  American Digital Cartography, Inc.: NAVTEQ Data for Small and Mid-Sized Public Agencies
An overview of the top five reasons that small and mid-sized public agencies choose NAVTEQ data, including examples of actual end-users who utilize NAVTEQ Telecom for NAVSTREETS™ in web applications and/or internal use.  Agencies highlighted will include public transportation, counties, cities, school systems, sanitation and water districts.

•  ADASHI: Command Presence, Resource Control, and Communication Interoperability through ADASHI First Response Software
Coordinating fire, police, and EMS regional response has become a critical responsibility for first responders. This goal can be achieved by building upon existing voice and data networks using novel software solutions from ADASHI and NAVTEQ.

•  Bradshaw Consulting: Getting There is Half the Battle
The MARVLIS suite of integrated GIS software products from Bradshaw Consulting is a complete solution for dynamically managing and deploying public safety resources to consistently meet response time requirements while reducing costs.

•  GIS Solutions: Conflating Transportation Inventory Data to NAVTEQ Streets
The State of Illinois Department of Transportation, with GIS Solutions and NAVTEQ data, has developed a statewide network that can be shared across not only its bureaus, but with other state agencies and local governments for geocoding, incident management and tracking, and additional layer development.

Presenters focusing on Workforce Management and Optimization:

•  MapFrame Corporation: Storm Response and Your ESRI ArcGIS
Dominion's ESRI ArcGIS, NAVTEQ data, and FieldSmart mobile mapping and field automation software work together to create an easy-to-use tool for scouting, gathering and documenting storm damages from the field.  

•  Routesmart Technologies: The Value of Accurate Data for Utility Meter Reading Efficiencies
NAVTEQ street data is used by utilities for balancing and sequencing meter read workloads and cycles. Real world client case studies illustrate the importance of accurate street data to obtaining operational results.  

Business Intelligence presenters include:

•  Geotel Communications: Know the Fiber Landscape-demand for Telecommunications Infrastructure to Support Business Intelligence
Geotel's expertise in fiber metro routes and fiber lit buildings allows users within a GIS environment to easily visualize their entire network as well as other carriers' assets. NAVTEQ telecom products help to provide an understanding of current areas of market penetration and competitive threats.  

•  IBM: IBM & NAVTEQ: Working Together
Learn how NAVTEQ detailed map data brings significant benefits to IBM's enterprise database users by providing a globally consistent specification for geocoding, street level network-based analysis and cartographic visualization.  

•  Intelligent Direct: Zip Code Data that Works in Your Organization
Organizations have a wealth of information categorized by ZIP Codes and other postal geographies. Frequent applications include correlation with demographic data, client/stake holder profiling, target marketing, delivery planning and territory management.

•  Proxix: Parcel Boundaries Redefining Geocoding Accuracy - PxPoint
By utilizing NAVTEQ Parcel Boundaries as an additional data source, the Proxix PxPoint geocoder can deliver greater positional accuracy than using just address interpolation while providing the basis for specialized spatial processing.  With PxPoint's ability to geocode using NAVTEQ Parcel Boundaries and NAVTEQ Telecom for NAVSTREETS products, clients are able to map and analyze the actual geographic location of clients, buildings, physical plants, infrastructure and assets for making smarter business decisions.

•  Tetrad Computer Applications: Site Selection and Market Planning Using PCensus
PCensus integrates demographic data and ArcGIS to create a powerful mapcentric demographic analysis system.  Designed specifically to analyze customers and markets, PCensus enables you to combine customer data with demographics and NAVTEQ maps for accurate market analysis.  

Presenters focusing on Map Enhancement Tools:

•  DigitalGlobe: DigitalGlobe Content Solutions
DigitalGlobe is the world leader for global earth imagery. Its geospatial content solutions are imagery-enabling the enterprise to achieve greater clarity in decision making through desktop applications, intranets, remote handheld devices and web applications.   

•  Tier 3 Incorporated: Spatial Adjustment and Maintenance of Proprietary Data to NAVTEQ Streets
The accurate geospatial adjustment of proprietary data to NAVTEQ street centerlines offers significant benefits towards achieving an enterprise GIS IT asset.  Learn how enhancing the accuracy and integration of customer data add substantial value and ROI in your GIS/NAVTEQ investment.

Besides the featured presentations, NAVTEQ and, a NAVTEQ company, will have TrafficML, JamCast®, and NeXgen™ on display. These products emphasize the uniquely comprehensive process of collecting, integrating, testing and distributing traffic information while linked to the NAVTEQ map.

 “NAVTEQ is excited to be an integral part of the 2007 ESRI International User Conference along with some of our most innovative customers and end users,” commented Roy Kolstad, Vice President – Enterprise, NAVTEQ.   “Through this year’s activities, we will also illustrate how our map data is collected in a live environment and applied in real-life solutions to create the most comprehensive database available.”  

NAVTEQ is a leading provider of comprehensive digital map information for automotive navigation systems, mobile navigation devices, Internet-based mapping applications, and government and business solutions. NAVTEQ creates the digital maps and map content that power navigation and location-based services solutions around the world. The Chicago-based company was founded in 1985 and has approximately 2,800 employees located in 167 offices and in 28 countries.

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