Intrinsyc Destinator 9 introduced by Intrinsyc Software International

Destinator 9 includes a host of new features and functions:

  • NavStripTM – A unique UI feature that enables one-click access to key navigation functions such as address entry, route, and search. Destinator 9’s NavStrip provides the quickest path to navigation with the fewest clicks
  • Sidebar – Destinator 9 incorporates a new visual navigation aid while in landscape mode. At the user’s option, the SideBar is displayed side-by-side with the map to provide upcoming maneuvers, speed, trip time, and distance.
  • Gesture Recognition – With Destinator 9, users can swipe, pan, and kinetically scroll through maps with the flick of a finger.
  • New Map Views – Realistic horizon, sky, and road signs, map rendering with anti-aliasing technology and optional satellite views provide for a more visually satisfying experience.
  • Dial a POI – Calling any Point of Interest (POI) or businesses directly from the screen is easier than ever before. Clicking a POI in navigation mode brings up its address and phone number (if available) and a single tap on the number initiates the call.
  • Local Search – Destinator 9 leverages the most popular online search engines to support local searches and display the corresponding results on the map. A single additional tap brings up directions.
  • StickyPOITM – Clicking the new StickyPOI icon on the NavStrip opens a menu of popular categories. Tapping on a category, such as hotels or restaurants, automatically displays the nearby POIs on the map. One more click brings up directions.
  • Tap N Go™ – Navigate to any map location with just two taps of the finger from Destinator 9’s proprietary Tap N Go popup menu.
  • Save N Send™ – Quickly save and retrieve locations on the map and share them with friends and colleagues via text messaging services.
  • OTA – Over-the-air updates make it easier for carriers to roll out additional features and location-based services (LBS) such as real-time traffic, travel guides, cheapest gas, and parking space availability.
  • Try & Buy – Support for “try & buy” allows consumers to purchase the Destinator 9 software after a trial period of use.

In addition to the new features listed above, the audio/visual turn-by-turn navigation features of earlier versions which have made Destinator so popular in the marketplace remain intact. These include on-screen speed limit indicator with audible warning; broad geographic map coverage with current maps from multiple sources; optional visual lane guidance to eliminate confusion at complicated interchanges; optional safety camera support; and support for all major languages.

Destinator is an on-board navigation software solution, enabling the user to have superior navigation in areas of poor cellular coverage. With maps and POI data stored on a memory card, on-device storage is preserved for your personal content. Leveraging the power of a connected device, Destinator software can be periodically updated via a download over the Internet while local search and POI data can leverage an off-board content server for additional services. Benefits of this approach include higher map rendering performance, greater reliability and a significant cost savings for carriers and consumers. Map display is instantly and readily available on device memory, with no latency except for CPU processing power.

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2 Responses to “Intrinsyc Destinator 9 introduced by Intrinsyc Software International”

  1. Oh how I have waited for this latest upgrade. Destinator is my best motoring friend and as a caravaner it is invaluable. PLEASE INFORM AS SOON AS POS RE AVAILABILITY

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