Mapping firm Navteq opens R&D lab in Mumbai

By Wailin Wong
Posted Dec. 6, 2010 at 9:39 a.m.

Chicago-based digital mapping company Navteq has opened a new research and development center in Mumbai, India.

The Mumbai center will employ 150 people and is located near another Navteq facility in the same city. The company’s other R&D centers are in the U.S., Germany, the United Kingdom, Korea, Bosnia and Slovakia.

Navteq has about 5,100 worldwide employees in 48 countries. The company is owned by Finnish telecom concern Nokia.

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