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Using NAVTEQ Data to Get a Map on Your App

Greg Rose (NAVTEQ)
Location: Ballroom VI

Attendees will get an overview of the location-based tools and APIs provide by the NAVTEQ Network for Developers and found at NN4D.com. These tools and APIs found at NN4D.com enable developers to get high-quality NAVTEQ map data onto their web or mobile app. This session will introduce mobile and web developers to the functionality of the latest tools and APIs found at NN4D. Functionality of the available NN4D location-based resources include: Routing, Search, Reverse Geocoding, Map Display, Traffic, Mobile Advertising, and more. This workshop will also explore why high-quality NAVTEQ data provides more value to the developer than other “Free” map data and allows Ddevelopers to create the best location-based apps possible.

Greg Rose


Greg is a Technical Consultant with the NAVTEQ Network for Developers where his role is to help web and mobile Developers connect and use NAVTEQ Map Data in their apps. Greg has been a geographic information systems professional for 10 years and has been involved with web development for the last seven years. His combination of GIS and web skills has placed Greg in the unique position to take advantage of the emerging “geo-web” of which NAVTEQ is such an integrated part.

Before joining the NAVTEQ team as a technical consultant, Greg worked for the City of San Jose in the Planning Division and was an early adopter of web-mapping “mash-ups,” Greg received his bachelor’s degree from San Jose State University in environmental studies with a concentration in geography and GIS.