Milan Utama Sdn Bhd, which launched the ‘Lokatoo’ Global Positioning System (GPS) navigation system in 2007, plans to make its forey into Indonesia and Thailand by year-end.
Executive Chairman Datuk Wan Saleh Wan Mahmood said the company planned to set a footprint in both markets and was currently in talks with several parties on this endeavour.
Milan Tuesday signed a collaborative agreement with Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) for further content enhancement in the Lokatoo GPS.
“We will replicate our content enhanced model as much as possible to suit the countries’ requirements,” he told reporters after the signing ceremony.
Under the content enhancement, Lokatoo has a richer content of TM directory information which is close to 30,000 popular commercial telephone numbers in its database, easy access to more than 3,500 of existing categories in Yellow Pages listing and extensive updated maps including 23,000 TM WiFi sites.