TPL TRAKKER LTD. Launches Drive Against Piracy Of Sygic Maps

Karachi, February 01, 2017 – TPL Trakker Ltd. is the exclusive partner/reseller of Sygic software navigation in Pakistan. The company announced an anti-piracy campaign in wake of the upsurge in illicit selling of the pirated version of TPL–Sygic Maps.

TPL Maps, part of TPL Trakker Ltd., has stepped up to the cause and intends to prosecute markets and individuals selling pirated version of their product. And to serve the purpose, the company aims to crack down on software piracy with the help of concerned law enforcement agencies and imposing a fine on people involved in the pirated software business.

With several units being sold in these open markets across the country, they are formed over a cracked software and aren’t authenticated by Sygic, which restricts the consumers from accessing the latest firmware updates along with obsolete dataset of locations and road networks.

“We warn all organizations and individuals engaged in this illegitimate activity to immediately stop or else be prepared to face the consequences as a result of the same,” said Head of TPL Maps, Adeel Hashmi.

The licensed version of TPL Sygic (excluding hardware) can be purchased via a call at TPL Helpline or order online at and Keeping consumer satisfaction on front, the licensed unit features renowned and world class Sygic navigation software experience with updated TPL data.

It is also pertinent to mention here that TPL Trakker Ltd. is the only licensed company that has been permitted by the Government of Pakistan to develop local maps.

About TPL Trakker Limited

TPL Trakker, Pakistan’s leading vehicle tracking and fleet management service provider, excels in research, development and support of technologically advanced solutions. Tailor-made to the divergent needs of the consumers and the industries we serve, TPL Trakker is committed to providing customers with state-of-the-art solutions including Vehicle and Personal Tracking, Fleet Management, Navigation and e-Solutions.

A regional network spanning across Pakistan, UAE, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Qatar offers over 150,000 customers superior service quality and customized solutions. TPL Trakker accepts its social responsibility by supporting health, education and the community in which it operates.For further information please visit

About TPL Maps

TPL Maps, Pakistan’s first indigenously developed digital mapping solution, offer smart searching options for over 1.5 million points-of-interest, covering 500 cities.For further information please visit

About Sygic

Sygic develops hybrid navigation for smart devices and connected cars with auspicious growth projected for the next 5-10 years. Connected GPS navigation software trusted by millions of customers worldwide. Sygic was the first company to provide turn-by-turn navigation for the iOS platform in 2009 and boasts the most comprehensive offline navigation maps on the market. With more than 75 million unique users is Sygic GPS Navigation most trusted navigation app for Android, iOS and Windows Phone.

Sygic Business Solutions as specialized division of Sygic is focused on developing professional solutions for customers in fields of transportation, logistics, mobile workforce, automotive, utilities, emergency and communal services.

Based in Bratislava, Slovakia, Sygic has been recognized as a Deloitte Fast 50 Company for fastest growing IT companies in Central Europe for five consecutive years and in 2011 was added to Deloitte’s Fast 500 EMEA listing as well. To learn more about Sygic offerings, visit

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