Table Of Contents
-Five New Sample Data Clips Available Free on NN4D1
-Sneak a Peek at the Upcoming NN4D.com Redesign2
-NAVTEQ True™:  A New Era in Data Collection1
-Last Chance!  Publish Your App in the NAVTEQ® App Warehouse by Sept. 30 for Chance to Win $5K; August Winner Announced!1
-Top 10 Downloads for August: OGC Open Location Services Standard; NAVTEQ Traffic™, NAVTEQ® App Warehouse, NAVSTREETS Guides, and More...1
-New NAVTEQ 3D Visuals Implementation Guide Now Available 1
-Learn About Interactive Mapping and Visual Content in Two New Video Tutorials1
-FAQs of the Month — Sample Data 1
-Business Briefs by Ashish Bedekar – "Opportunities in Enterprise Mobility for Developers"1
-Media of the Month: Learn about the Different Ways to Access NAVTEQ Data on NN4D.com1
-NAVTEQ® App Warehouse "App of the Month"1
-NN4D Mobilizes the Developer Community1
-NAVTEQ® Developer Day Chicago – Thursday, October 6, 2011, 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.1
-NAVTEQ® Developer Day Silicon Valley: Focus on Indoor – Thursday, October 27, 2011, 1 – 7:30 p.m.1
-NAVTEQ in the News1
-Add 3D Graphics to Your App with NAVTEQ's Enhanced 3D City Models1

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FAQs of the Month — Sample Data 

Each month we'll answer questions pertaining to a specific topic from our extensive NN4D FAQ catalog. View more questions and answers on the NN4D FAQ page. This month's topic is Sample Data:

  1. Question:   How many sample data clips are available?
    Answer: There are 18 cities/regions available from North and South America, Europe and Asia. In addition, five sample data cliips are available for NAVTEQ's indoor Destination Maps™ product.
     
  2. Question:   Are they free to download?
    Answer:  The maximum number of Traffic Message Channel (TMC) messages that can theoretically be sent out is approximately fifty per minute. A terminal is expected to “store” a minimum of 300 messages. These messages include a variety of short-term events (i.e., accidents) that may need to be stored for a short period (30 minutes), to longer lasting roadwork events (current Chicago situation—work on the Dan Ryan Expressway).
     
  3. Question:  Where can I find the sample data clips to download?
    Answer:  The sample data clips are available for download on our NN4D Sample Data page.
     
  4. Question:  What formats are the sample data clips in?
    Answer:  Sample data is currently offered in GDF 3.0, ArcView and MapInfo format.
     
  5. Question:  Do you offer sample data in RDF format?
    Answer:  Yes. You can find information on RDF sample data here.

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