3DVU expands coverage of 3D virtual world mobile navigation with entire Germany

3DVU Release Navi2Go Germany, Launching the First Cross Platform, Multi-Language 3D Picture Navigation  Tel Aviv – September 2, 2008 – 3DVU the premier global provider of 3D Photography Navigation, announce the release of multi-language Navi2Go Germany for Windows Mobile, Symbian and BlackBerry Smartphones in time for the IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin, Germany. This one of a kind offboard 3D image navigation solution, runs on hundreds of mobile device models for the most intuitive and efficient navigation. Similar to previously released Navi2Go US and Navi2Go UK, Navi2Go Germany is available at the low cost of standard line-based map solutions. Mobile users can purchase Navi2Go Germany through leading content providers and Mobile Operators’ shops such as Windows Mobile software for Microsoft Germany, MobiHand, PocketGear, Mobile2Day, Pocketland, Handango and more.

Navi2Go is a patented mobile application, providing 3D photography for navigation on mobile handsets. Users can travel over the entire UK, US, Germany at high resolution aerial photography with full 3D landscape. Navi2Go is making it easier for consumers to navigate giving instant orientation that prevents them from getting lost. Accurate multi-language voice guidance and 3D route guidance over 3D virtual world makes Navi2Go the most intuitive, friendly and easy to use navigation solution. Navi2Go Germany includes newly released features including navigation preferences that let users select the Fastest Way, Easiest Way, Pedestrian mode as well as an advanced Search menu that helps you locate and navigate to Restaurants, Parks, Banks and more. 

“We are very pleased with our latest release. Different from other mobile navigation solutions that may offer selected cities with limited area in 2D, for the first time mobile users will benefit from navigation of entire Germany in full 3D with terrain landscape.” noted Isaac Levanon 3DVU’s Chairman and CEO. “3DVU has developed this highly sophisticated rich media and offers it at the same price as standard maps with great new features for a more personal and helpful navigation experience” added Levanon.

3DVU will expand its existing US, UK, Germany distribution, covering in high resolution aerial imagery and high definition terrain elevation entire of the Netherlands, France, Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark and the rest of Western Europe. Navi2Go will soon release its product with an added navigation mode providing 3D line-based map with 3D terrain elevation for users who want the choice to navigate between a map and picture. 3DVU will commercially release Navi2Go for iPhone, Linux and JAVA devices shortly. 

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About 3DVU

3DVU is the world’s leading provider of 3D Image Navigation and Location Services. Satellite and aerial imagery, as well as mapping data, such as route information can now be streamed over limited-bandwidth communications with realistic 3D views and smooth maneuverability. The company is strategically partnered with carmakers, navigation systems, mobile device and handset developers, major satellite and aerial image-sensing entities, mapping and GIS data providers. 3DVU is the winner of Frost & Sullivan’s Europe Telematics and Infotainment Technology of the Year Award in 2007. The company has multiple software patents. For more information, visit www.3dvu.com.  

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