Sala Geo Information Systems (Pvt.) Ltd introduced its latest satellite technology based navigation system with DVR recently.
With these salient features GPS navigator DVR system is also inbuilt with a DVR camera which feeds live video images of the vehicle’s front in addition to a route map that effectively guide drivers to their destinations.
The launch of this modern product has created a revolution as it is the first-ever time that GIS company has developed and introduced to the Sri Lankan market a satellite technology based GPS navigation system complete with the map of Sri Lanka together with many inherent additional features for the greater benefit of motorists. The GPS navigator DVR device introduced by Sala GIS company can be easily installed on the inner front windscreen of any vehicle.
Expressing his views on the latest introduction, Sala GIS company Managing Director Chinthaka Wijewickrama said: “In comparison to other GPS navigators, the latest innovative product we have introduced is unique because the system has been developed on the basis of the world’s ultra-modern navigation technology coupled with a multitude of inherent special features. In driving a vehicle, safety is top priority. In this context, a video recording of the front view of the road is extremely useful to a driver to guide his vehicle safely, also a irrevocable proof if an incident occurs during a journey and will create great memories during a holiday trip. The Sala ProSat GPS navigator DVR device has an inbuilt DVR camera which produces accessible video images. In addition, there is a reverse camera connectivity facility.”
“This is the first-ever time that a single GPS navigation system incorporating all vital features such as GPS navigation technology, DVR camera, reverse camera and multimedia has been introduced to the Sri Lankan market. What we programmed for use in this new device is a map of Sri Lanka developed by our own company. It is an offline map, not an online map. This means that our offline map is operative in any part of Sri Lanka under any weather conditions at any time via satellite technology. This map does not need cellular network signals for operational purposes. We have already programmed around 300,000 points of address, almost all the roads and landmarks into this map. In addition, we have also fed into it the numbers of residences and telephone numbers of all leading business establishments and government institutions. We update the map every three months by adding thousands of more new routes and landmarks. The new updated map is given to our customers free of charge. The map guides drivers to reach any destination within the shortest possible time without any hassle or inconvenience,” Wijewickrama further explained.
Expressing his thoughts on the new product Sala GIS company Sales Manager Chanaka Dissanayake said: “Sala ProSat GPS navigator DVR is the term used to describe an innovative and unique device which provides a total solution to vehicle owners and drivers to save time, money and energy. There is no other device in the market so far that can parallel the GPS navigation system we introduced. No sooner the name of a road, telephone number of a business institution or a landmark is keyed into the system, the relevant route to reach the destination swiftly is indicated on the display.”
“Those planning to undertake long distance journeys can use our GPS navigation system to access prior information on the route to their destination, distance and duration of the journey. Our device has been approved by the Ministry of Defense and the Telecommunication Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka (TRCSL). The key features of the Sala ProSat GPS navigation system are navigation with voice guidance in Sinhala, English and Tamil languages, find over 300,000 points including banks, fuel stations, hospitals and pharmacies amongst others,” Dissanayake stressed.