RQA, a Garmin equipment importer in Romania, has the pleasure to announce the availability of the new edition of the Digital Atlas of Romania v10.01, RO.A.D.2018.01.
Continuing in the well known tradition for the Romanian Garmin customers, the Digital Atlas of Romania holds on to the number one place in the GPS road navigation map charts by bringing an extra 5,772.67 km of roads up to a grand total of 412,385.25 km, having significant increased coverage added in the counties of Gorj, Mehedinţi, Ilfov and Vaslui and the number of POIs raises in this edition to a staggering 852,928 points divided into 518 categories.
RO.A.D.2018.01 is the only GPS navigation map in the world that combines topographic details with a routable road network – including dirt roads and trails – with postal addresses of unequaled precision, towns with extruded 3D blocks of flats and detailed 3D textured models for both old patrimony buildings and new skyscrapers, true landmarks of today’s urban space. Map updates are constant and consistent from one edition to another and are documented in the Map Diaries, where all the contributions and their respective authors are mentioned together with the names of the cities and the map tiles that have changed.
Compared with common maps on the market, the Digital Atlas of Romania has an unequaled level of detail and actuality, featuring the lots 3 and 4 of the A10 motorway (without rutability), the new passage over the railway from Vinţu de Jos, the Caracal Ring (without rutability), the future deviation of DN68 for the temporary A1 connection from Holdea (without rutability), the Turnu Măgurele Ring, the roadlines separations from Timişoara to Şag, from the Hărman roundabout until the Braşov Ring roundabout, from Afumaţi, Şoseaua Alexandriei, Şoseaua Colentina and Sergent Niţu Vasile, the final routing solution of the A1 x DNCB intersection and vehicle access was reintroduced on Valea Ialomiţei street in Bucureşti.
The solar farms from Slobozia, Vieru, Malu, Şag, Burila Mică, Slatina, Linia din Vale, Valea Plopilor and Valter Mărăcineanu were introduced and the oilfields from Videle have begun to be mapped, together with access to them.
In this edition we have postal addresses added in the following towns: DUDAŞU SCHELEI, Schela Cladovei, DROBETA-TURNU SEVERIN, BEREŞTI-MERIA, BEREŞTI, LĂŢEŞTI, SĂRĂŢENI, SCHINENI, FLORENI, BÂRLAD, TURCENI, JILŢU, MURGEŞTI, GÂRBOVU, VALEA VIEI, STRÂMBA-JIU, MENŢI, HORĂŞTI, LEURDA, VÂRŢ, ROVINARI, Curteana, MĂCEŞU, CREŢEŞTI, FLOREŞTENI, ŢICLENI, VÂRTEJU, MĂGURELE, ALUNIŞU, JILAVA, BRAGADIRU, ROŞU, MOGOŞOAIA, ODĂILE, OTOPENI, VOLUNTARI, CORBEANCA, TAMAŞI, OSTRATU, PETREŞTI, BALOTEŞTI, SĂFTICA, DUMBRĂVENI, CĂCIULAŢI, GAGU, DASCĂLU, RUNCU, DIMIENI, TUNARI, POPEŞTI-LEORDENI, CREAŢA, VÂNĂTORI, STOENOAIA, PETRĂCHIOAIA, COREEA, SURLARI, MĂINEASCA, GRĂDIŞTEA, AFUMAŢI, GĂNEASA, ŞINDRILIŢA, PITEASCA, COZIENI, GĂNEASA, MOARA DOMNEASCĂ, BRĂNEŞTI, ISLAZ, VADU ANEI, POŞTA, BĂLĂCEANCA, TÂNGANU, CĂLDĂRARU, MANOLACHE, GLINA, POPEŞTI-LEORDENI, CĂŢELU, FUNDENI, DOBROEŞTI, PANTELIMON, ŞTEFĂNEŞTII DE SUS, ŞTEFĂNEŞTII DE JOS, CREŢULEASCA, MURGENI, CÂRJA and RAIU.
Detailed acces to the retail stores: Dedeman Turda, Penny Ocna Mureş, Afi Palace Braşov, Penny Market Deva, Lidl Bâlea st. from Sibiu, Penny Market Tudor Vladimirescu from Alba Iulia, Penny Market Constantin Ene from Bacău, Lidl Şoseaua Mangaliei from Constanţa, Kaufland, Deichmann, Penny şi Lidl Medgidia, Dedeman Bistriţa, Lidl Bărnuţiu from Timişoara, Lidl and Kaufland Drobeta, Lidl and Kaufland Artileriei Slatina, Lidl and Penny Market Oraviţa, Lidl and Penny Market Petroşani, Lidl and Carrefour Reghin, Lidl and Carrefour Market Sighetu Marmaţiei, Carrefour Market Satu Mare, Shopping City Râmnicu Vâlcea, Lidl Vălenii de Munte, Carrefour Market Militari Residence, Penny Market Pipera, Lidl Voluntari, Pipera Plaza, Deichmann Voluntari, Lidl Otopeni, Mega Image Otopeni and Lidl Prelungirea Ghencea from Bucureşti. New oneway streets and speed restrictions have been added together with 56 (fiftysix) new roundabouts.
The names and addresses of the blocks from Medgidia and the railway junction from Videle have been introduced.
We also continued mapping the aristocratic mansions representing historical monuments (Lo-Presti residence from Sculia, the Delavrancea family mansion from Goeşti), as well as orthodox monasteries from all over the country. We also mapped the urban forum monuments from Hârlău and the Hungarians from Everywhere Monument from Moacşa.
History aficionados will discover in this edition in premiere the detailed elements (rampart) of the previously unknown fortified settlement from Feleag-Vârful Nucilor, the detailed elements (rampart and ditch) of the iron age fortified settlement from VICTORIA-ŞANŢUL CATERINEI, of the getic fortification (rampart, ditch, 2 possible other ditches) from Buhalniţa-Cetăţuie, of the getic fortification (ramparts and ditch) from Scobinţi-Dealul lui Vodă, of the getic fortification (five ramparts and corresponding ditches) from Todireşti-La Şanţuri, revised the form of the getic fortification (rampart, ditch) from Criveşti-La Cetate. The bastions (points) of the castra XXIII, XXIV and XVIII have been introduced, the aspect of the castra 13, 14, 15, IV and IX and of the castella g, new and h has been revised, the vallum of the roman byzantine castrum from Ovidiu has been introduced together with the detail elements (vallum, ditch) of the 3 previously unknown fortification of possible roman descent from Vâlcele-Dealul Vârşei (besides the one already published -no. 2- from the same area), 2 possible roman castra from Dâlnic-Poiana Berzele and Dâlnic-Poiana Nezobei, the detail elements (vallum, ditch) of the fortification of undetermined age (probably auxiliary roman march castrum) from Pianu de Jos-Dealu de Sus, the detail elements (vallum, ditch) of the previously unknown possible roman legion castrum from Turia-Turia Vest. The roman baths from Breţcu have been introduced as points as well as 2 roman towers from Breţcu together with the detail elements (vallum, ditch) of the roman burgus from Ocland-Cetatea de Ceapă together with the detail elements (vallum, ditch) of the roman march castrum from Feleac-Vârful Cetăţii. The detail elements (ramparts, ditches) of the medieval earthen fortification Dobra Schantz-Nuovo Fortino from Lăpugiu de Jos, of the late medieval fortification from CORLĂŢENI-DEALUL CETĂŢII, the early medieval fortification from Caţa-Dealul Rarira (point) and the detail elements (ramparts, ditches, walls) of the medieval fortress from Odorheiu Secuiesc-Budvar. The second world war trenches from Ovidiu, the Austrian fort from Moacşa-Pădurea Frumoasă, the First World War trenches, probably Romanian, from Lemnia-Muntele Chisău, monuments from the first and second world wars and military cemeteries (the First World War Romanian Heroes cemetery from Pădurea Lenţea, the First World War German Heroes cemetery from Drobeta, the First World War Heroes cemetery from Slănic Moldova, the Second World War Soviet Heroes cemetery from Deleni, the 100 year commemoration monument of the American Red Cross intervention in Romania from Iaşi).
Featuring an original concept, with updates three times a year, the result of 14 years of continuous development of the experts and contributors of the Digital Romania Project team (www.romaniadigitala.ro), the Digital Atlas of Romania is the choice of professionals in all fields and the preferred navigation tool for all nature goers.
This edition has 1.02 GB in size and runs exclusively on Garmin navigation equipment, an updated list of compatibility being available at the below link:
The use of RO.A.D.2018.01 map can create addiction to quality, value, functionality and beauty!