Introducing OpenTerra™, our rich and accurate maps. OpenTerra displays "what is," not "what was," so drivers are never caught off-guard. It's brought to life on in-vehicle screens via the powerful VIVID Nav map display engine.
We are continuously collecting detailed real-world data on road networks from variety of sources including mobile probes, car sensors, front-facing camera feeds and low-grade LIDAR.
After a thorough and rigorous quality check, maps with updated road topology and hazards, along with attributions for navigation, ADAS and HD are refreshed onto the navigation systems in the field.
It is not good if they’re taken on a route where they can’t make the prescribed turn. The data we collect is put through rigorous AI/machine-learning-driven processes including computer vision for road signs and other visual elements.
But we don’t stop there. We then apply manual quality checks and road tests to verify the results.
OpenTerra gives you the flexibility to pick the best map content based on your market and customer needs.
It supports multiple sources for street addresses, rich and dynamic point-of-interest (POI) information, landmarks, traffic, attributions for precise lane-level guidance, ADAS features and more. It's everything you need to provide rich and comprehensive maps to your customers.
The engine simultaneously displays maps across the center stack, instrument cluster, rear seat and heads-up displays, individually adapted for the type of display. Map details are rendered to be readable at a glance with crisp fonts, smooth lines, and smart text bubbles that move dynamically to avoid obscuring the map view.
3D landmarks are displayed with ambient occlusion and lit with three-point lighting for a realistic and immersive view. Where and how traffic is displayed is configurable to declutter the map view. Various types of textured lines can be used to highlight everything from on-street parking to highway segments suitable for semi-autonomous driving.
VIVID Nav map display engine supports Augmented Reality (AR) display on heads-up units (HUD) and as overlay on top of live video feeds. Displays of route direction, turn and lane guidance, lane departure warnings, road signs and POI indicators serve to enhance driver safety and convenience, especially on busy intersections that require complicated maneuvers.
- Route direction & turn guidance
- Lane guidance
- Road signs
- POI indicators
- Lane departure warnings