SatNav Technologies: GPS & LBS Products Pioneer
Date: Friday , November 02, 2012
SatNav, a GPS & LBS Products Pioneer in India, offers Navigation Devices, Phone Apps, Vehicle and Personal Trackers, Business Efficiency Enterprise products for Infrastructure Management, Field Force and Routing Efficiency. SatNav was seed funded in 2004 by highly qualified professionals and secured Series A funding from Global VC Sequoia Capital and India’s largest media house, The Times Group in 2008.
With recent forays into additional markets in Sri Lanka, Mauritius and the U.S., SatNav is currently in the process of seeking Series B funding to scale international operations.
In GPS Navigation domain, SatNav offers many variants including Personal Navigation devices (PNDs), Navi software for Smart Phones, Laptops and Desktops to B2B and B2C markets with its own software & maps.
SatNav had launched India’s first GPS navigation devices offering navigation, entertainment with Bluetooth and Rear view cameras. In-Dash Devices and Bluetooth Receivers for tablets based navigation are also available.
In GPS tracking domain, SatNav offers Trackers and Child Phones to track employees, children and assets with the latest technology that offers both outdoor and indoor tracking facilities using its exhaustive digital database and cell tower information.
In the Phone domain, SatNav offers Smartphone tracking with SatTracx software and also an off board Navigation SW with live Traffic information produced in collaboration with Waze Inc of Israel. Over the last decade company has built Digital Map Data covering India, Sri Lanka & Mauritius with thousands of cities, millions of POIs which is used by several enterprise clients.
“In the B2B Enterprise Software domain, a-mantra, a Facilities Management Enterprise product being used by several large clients to Map and manage Property, Space, Assets and Employee Services. Business Efficiency Enhancement Enterprise products are SatMarketing, SatNavigator & SatTracx Field force location and routing for increased efficiency through better work allocation”, says Amit Prasad, Founder, SatNav.