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|Developer(s)||Michael Farmbauer, Martin Schaller, Alexander Atanasov, Pierre Grandin and others|
|Initial release||21 November 2005|
0.5.3 / 31 August 2018
|Written in||C, C++|
|Available in||39 languages|
|License||GNU General Public License|
Navit is a free and open-source, modular, touch screen friendly, car navigation system with GPS tracking, realtime routing engine and support for various vector map formats. It features both a 2D and 3D view of map data.
Navit supports a variety of operating systems and hardware platforms including Windows, Windows CE, Linux, macOS, Android, iPhone, and Palm webOS. The Win CE version can run on a GPS device like tomtom or cartrek.
- Navit, CeBIT Open Source 2011 - Project Presentation Navit, By Amber Graner, The first publishment was in december 2005, but the project existed privately already for about 3 years.
- Launchpad translations of Navit
- Open-Source-Navigation mit Navit:Richtungweisend, von Thomas Haase, Markus Feilner Erschienen im Linux-Magazin 2010/07, interview in Linux Magazin Online (German)
- Navit on Windows
- Navit on MacOS
- Navit on Android
- Navit on iOS (iPhone)
- Open Source Turn by Turn iPhone App using OpenStreetMap - Navit, by optikalefx, 06-30-2009, Mp3car
- Navit on Palm webOS
- Navit Maps
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