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What is INFORAD MANAGER?
INFORAD MANAGER is software from Inforad Ltd., a company based in Ireland that specializes in developing GPS geo-location systems for road safety purposes. INFORAD MANAGER provides the driver with information regarding speed limits and speed cameras on the road. Through GPS satellite systems utilized by the device, INFORAD MANAGER calculates the current speed of the vehicle, identifies speed limits, and informs the driver through a warning signal if they are approaching a risk area, i.e. areas with specified speed limits.
By doing so, the driver can adjust the vehicle speed accordingly and thereby, avoid breaking the speed limit implemented in a particular area. The tracking device is considered safe and legal for road use; however, the user is advised to check with road safety rules and regulations in a particular country or city before installing the device on the vehicle, to ensure that the presence of such a device is not against the law.
The device has a pre-installed database of speed camera locations and risk areas within the United Kingdom and some parts of Europe. To download and install the software, as well as updates, you simply have to connect your device to the computer.
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File types supported by INFORAD MANAGER
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Last updated: : February 20, 2013