RQA, a Garmin technology dealer in Romania, has the pleasure to announce the availability of the new edition of the Digital Atlas of Romania v14.25, RO.A.D.2022.25.
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 1,400.05 km of roads up to a grand total of 471,883.64 km and the number of POIs raises in this edition to a staggering 997,601 points divided into 536 categories.
RO.A.D.2022.25 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, coverage and actuality, featuring the A1 Boiţa-Şelimbăr motorway segment, the bridges over Someş from Turbuţa and Ulmeni, the final configuration and the routing capability in the suspended roundabout over DNCB from Domneşti, the Giroc ring, the new access from the A3 motorway to Cosmopolis from Ştefăneştii de Jos and the Pogoanele breakthrough from Bucharest.
The railroads from marshalling yards from Ovidiu trainstation and Dunărea trainstop from Stelnica, Mogoşoaia trainstation and Popeşti-Leordeni trainstop have been mapped together with detailed acces to the Profi logistic center from Şag, the Multifunctional Center from Craiova and CMID Dobrin-Bretner.
The villages Băltăgeşti, Vulturu, Horia, Şiriu, Crişan, Stupina, Crucea, Schitu, Costineşti and Lugoj have been introduced at individual street address level.
Detailed acces to the retail stores: Penny and Carrefour Market Sânmartin, Penny Market Năvodari, Lidl Expoziţiei from Piteşti, Kaufland and Lidl Haţeg, Kaufland Cernavodă, Penny Market Conduraşilor from Arad, Penny Market Lugoj, Lidl Săcele, Lidl and Kik Titu, Penny Aleea Sporturilor from Buzău, Penny, Lidl Carpaţi and Fun Shop Park from Roşiori de Vede, Penny Market Drăgăneşti-Olt, Lidl Şoseaua Pantelimon 110A, Lidl Delfinului, Kaufland Drumul Binelui, Lidl, Kaufland and Leroy-Merlin Pallady from Bucharest. New oneway streets and speed restrictions have been added together with 42 (fortytwo) new roundabouts.
History aficionados will discover in this edition in premiere the detailed elements (ditches) of the Dacian stronghold from Vârful lui Hulpe, the detailed elements (ramparts, ditches, access trails) of the Iron Age stronghold from Subcetate – Petriş, the detailed elements (access, ramparts, ditches) of the Iron Age fortification from Bozna-La Vraniţă and the updated third rampart of the Iron Age fortification from Giurgiţa-Portăreşti – Cetăţuia. The plans of the Roman Castra and Dacian strongholds from Fizeşti, of the Dacian fortress from Piatra Roşie, of the Roman castra from Târşa-Luncani – Grădişte, Muncel and Cornu Pietrii have been updated. The detailed elements (point, vallum, fossa) of the presumed Roman earth castrum from Naidăş-Dealul Morii, the point of the Roman tower from Răcarii de Jos-În Pogoane, the detailed elements (walls, ditches, buildings, tower, archaeological sections) of the Roman castrum from Cincşor, the detailed elements (towers, fossa, walls) of the Roman castrum and thermae from Copăceni (Racoviţa), the point of the Roman road carved in stone and the Roman aquaeduct from Racoviţa have also been mapped. The detailed elements (ditch, walls, fountain) of the royal medieval fortress of Haţeg from Subcetate, the detailed elements (ramparts, ditches) of the medieval strongholds from Bucova-Dealul Prislop-Drăguşin and Zeicani-Culmea Cătanelor and of the Dacian and medieval ramparts from Tapae, as well as the detailed elements (towers, walls, ditch, terraces) of the medieval fortress St. Ladislau from Coronini have also been mapped.
Featuring an original concept, with updates three times a year, the result of 19 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 1.63 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.2022.25 map can create addiction to quality, value, functionality and beauty!