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TomTom N.V. (TOM2.AS)

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52 Week Range5.59 - 10.80
Volume229,104
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Market Cap1.23B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.39
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EPS (TTM)-2.00
Earnings DateFeb 04, 2021
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Ex-Dividend DateMay 23, 2019
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      Autoware Foundation to introduce TomTom AutoStream as a high-definition map interface for its open-source project and autonomous driving applications TomTom Joins Autoware Foundation TomTom Joins Autoware Foundation AMSTERDAM, Jan. 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- TomTom (TOM2), the leading independent location technology specialist, today announced that it has joined the Autoware Foundation. Autoware is a non-profit organization supporting open-source projects that accelerate the development of autonomous driving technology. TomTom will support the Autoware Foundation by creating a turnkey open-source interface to TomTom AutoStream. This will enable users and developers of Autoware to scale their applications by accessing TomTom's global coverage of high definition maps. AutoStream is an innovative map delivery service that automatically streams the latest map to the car in real-time, ensuring automated vehicles drive with up-to-date map content. “Autoware is a true leader in open-source autonomous driving software,” said Willem Strijbosch, Head of Autonomous Driving at TomTom. “Joining the Autoware Foundation will give TomTom access to a network of global leaders in automated driving and, most importantly, provide a platform to further test and promote AutoStream and other components of TomTom’s automated driving map service.” As a premium member, TomTom will sit on Autoware Foundation’s technical steering committee, driving strategic direction and technical priorities. "We are excited to welcome TomTom to the Autoware Foundation. Having a member with expertise and capabilities in creating and maintaining globally scalable high definition maps is key to furthering the development and deployment of Autoware’s software around the world," said Shinpei Kato, member of the Board of Directors for Autoware. About TomTom: TomTom is the leading independent location technology specialist, shaping mobility with highly accurate maps, navigation software, real-time traffic information and services. To achieve our vision of a safer world, free of congestion and emissions, we create innovative technologies that keep the world moving. By combining our extensive experience with leading business and technology partners, we power connected vehicles, smart mobility and, ultimately, autonomous driving. Headquartered in Amsterdam with offices in 30 countries, TomTom’s technologies are trusted by hundreds of millions of people worldwide. www.tomtom.com For further Information: Media:tomtom.pr@tomtom.com Investor Relations: ir@tomtom.com A photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/5d5dd3cd-2da5-42df-ad81-5da7023f2f5e

    • Annual TomTom Traffic Index Looks Back on the Year that Could Change Traffic Forever: One Fifth (19%) Less Congestion Globally*
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      Annual TomTom Traffic Index Looks Back on the Year that Could Change Traffic Forever: One Fifth (19%) Less Congestion Globally*

      Traffic Index 2021 Annual TomTom Traffic Index Looks Back on the Year that Could Change Traffic Forever: One Fifth (19%) Less Congestion Globally * Tenth edition provides detailed insights on traffic congestion levels in 416 cities in 57 countries * Global congestion levels down by average 26% during rush hour. In Europe: 24%; North America: 40%; and in Asia only 11% * 2020 saw congestion down in 387 cities (vs. 63 in ’19), while only 13 saw an increase (vs. 239 in ’19) * Future traffic trends predicted by TomTom experts: an end to the rush hour and more mindful, eco-friendly travel choices as drivers change habits and employers see the benefits of flexible working * World’s top three most congested cities: Moscow, Russia (54%), Mumbai, India (53%) and Bogota, Colombia (53%) – full ranking and interactive report at tomtom.com/TrafficIndex AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands, Jan. 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Location technology specialist, TomTom (TOM2), today released the TomTom Traffic Index, a report detailing the traffic situation in 2020 in over 400 cities in 57 countries. Although the ranking of the world’s most congested cities has shifted very little from 2019, the big change is how far congestion levels have fallen due to the global pandemic. Out of the 416 cities included in the Index, 387 saw a significant decrease (average of 21%) in congestion, and an astonishing 28% average decrease in congestion during rush hours, bucking a trend that has seen congestion increase by an average of 2-3% year-on-year.TomTom’s traffic data, which is powered by 600 million connected devices, is an authoritative indicator of people movement, economic activity levels, global trade, and so much more. Since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, TomTom’s traffic insights have been used by analysts, corporations, and the media to explain a world in flux.As well as ranking cities from the most to the least congested, the TomTom Traffic Index report provides incredible data insights into how the global pandemic changed mobility through engaging and interactive visuals.Ralf-Peter Schäfer, TomTom’s Vice President of Traffic and Travel, said: “Last year, we announced that global congestion levels in 2019 had increased for the ninth consecutive Traffic Index. In 2020, we saw a vastly different picture. From lockdowns to closed borders, people movement changed – and it changed very fast.”However, TomTom’s experts don’t expect the roads to stay so uncongested unless there’s a concerted and deliberate change in driver behavior, supported by policy makers and, importantly, employers. Although the global pandemic has created an opportunity to change traffic forever, will people embrace the shift in mobility and take a new path towards a cleaner, congestion-free future? For example, an end to the rush hour could even be possible through flexible working hours, working from home, and a smart approach to using traffic data to determine the best times to travel.Schäfer continued “Although traffic congestion was down in 2020, it’s not going to become a trend unless we take action. We might even see traffic levels shoot up again as people get back to work and back into old routines. That’s why now is the time that city planners, policy makers, employers – and drivers – must take stock of what they will do to make the roads less congested in the future.”The ranking 1. Moscow, Russia: 54% congestion level 2. Mumbai, India: 53% 3. Bogota, Colombia: 53% 4. Manila, Philippines: 53% 5. Istanbul, Turkey: 51% 6. Bengaluru, India: 51% 7. Kyiv, Ukraine: 51% 8. New Delhi, India: 47% 9. Novosibirsk, Russia: 45% 10. Bangkok, Thailand, 44%The full ranking.Escapes from our capital cities In 2020 we observed the mass exodus of people from capitals across Europe. The day before second lockdown was the most congested day in Athens and London in 2020. Meanwhile in Paris, traffic jams reached a record length.Paris, 29 October, 18:00 – 142% London, 4 November, 17:00 – 104% Athens, 6 November, 18:00 – 123%Notes to editorsTomTom’s predictions for the future of traffic TomTom explores what the future of traffic will look like on the TomTom Blog. Imagining a new world just a few years from now, where the results of the traffic experiment that was 2020 have become reality. The article outlines future scenarios and explores the steps we can take to achieve them.The TomTom Traffic Index report is online At tomtom.com/TrafficIndex, people can discover where their city ranked in 2020, how congestion changed month-by-month and year-on-year. They can see the most congested days, and even most congested hours of the day – and work out the best times to travel. For the first time, the Traffic Index website has country pages: explorable snapshots of the traffic situation in 57 countries.What is the Congestion Level percentage? Congestion Level percentage is the extra travel time a driver will experience when compared to an uncongested situation.A 53% congestion level in Bangkok, for example, means that a 30-minute trip will take 53% more time than it would during Bangkok’s baseline uncongested conditions.You can turn this 53% into travel time through simple calculations. First: 0.53 x 30 mins = 15.9 mins extra average travel time. Second: 30 mins + 15.9 mins = 45.9 mins total average travel time.We calculate the baseline per city by analyzing free-flow travel times of all vehicles on the entire road network – recorded 24/7, 365 days a year. This information allows us to also calculate, for example, how much extra time a driver will spend in traffic during rush hour in Bangkok.We perform calculations for all hours of each day, so you can see congestion levels at any time in any city, including morning and evening peak hours.What is TomTom Traffic? Analyzing real-time incidents and congestion to predict traffic before it happens, TomTom’s Real-Time Traffic makes TomTom navigation software more accurate with enhanced route calculations and accurate estimated times of arrival (ETA). That’s why TomTom is the market leader, with its traffic technology in millions of cars on the road around the world. TomTom Traffic knows the road ahead, saving time, fuel and stress for drivers, fleet and logistics providers, on-demand services (ride hailing, food delivery), and traffic management services.About TomTomTomTom is the leading independent location technology specialist, shaping mobility with highly accurate maps, navigation software, real-time traffic information and services.To achieve our vision of a safer world, free of congestion and emissions, we create innovative technologies that keep the world moving. By combining our extensive experience with leading business and technology partners, we power connected vehicles, smart mobility and, ultimately, autonomous driving.Headquartered in Amsterdam with offices in 30 countries, TomTom’s technologies are trusted by hundreds of millions of people worldwide.www.tomtom.comFor further Information:Media: tomtom.pr@tomtom.com Investor Relations: ir@tomtom.com _____________________________ * Of the representative 416 cities in 57 countries that the TomTom Traffic Index features in the reportA photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/b8a7fc4c-2464-40a3-95c6-02f5894077e2

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      Mitsubishi Motors Launches Restyled Eclipse Cross with TomTom Connected Navigation Mitsubishi Motors Launches Restyled Eclipse Cross with TomTom Connected Navigation * TomTom expands global navigation solution deal with Mitsubishi Motors with latest SUV * Includes world-first what3words offline addressing integrationAMSTERDAM, Dec. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- TomTom (TOM2), the leading independent location technology specialist, today announced that its full stack of navigation components – maps, connected navigation, and real-time traffic services – has been chosen by Mitsubishi Motors to power the new Eclipse Cross’ infotainment system. The restyled SUV is the latest Mitsubishi model to be equipped with TomTom’s automotive-grade solution; other models include the Outlander, the ASX/Outlander Sport/RVR, and the Pajero Sport.The new Eclipse Cross features an industry-first functionality in built-in navigation. TomTom teamed up with what3words to bring its innovative addressing technology to Mitsubishi drivers around the world, even when offline. No app, data or cellular connection is required to input or navigate to a what3words address. what3words complements TomTom’s maps perfectly, allowing people to find any location and navigate to it quickly and easily. The world is divided into a grid of 3m x 3m squares and each square is assigned a unique three-word address. For example, the address for the top of Times Square’s Red Steps, New York City, is ///crab.ticket.dive.“We are delighted to extend our deal with Mitsubishi, satisfying more of their drivers around the world with our leading location technologies,” said Antoine Saucier, Managing Director, TomTom Automotive. “Our collaboration with what3words in the new Eclipse Cross is yet another example of our pioneering efforts in in-vehicle navigation and continued commitment to providing easy-to-use solutions to drivers everywhere.”Minoru Uehara, Chief Product Specialist of Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, said: “TomTom continues to enhance Mitsubishi drivers’ experience around the world. The what3words addressing technology, combined with TomTom’s ever reliable navigation, maps and traffic, ensures that Eclipse Cross drivers will get to where they want to go with ease.”Clare Jones, CCO of what3words, added, “We are thrilled with our collaboration with TomTom, and excited for Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross customers. They’ll benefit from a groundbreaking technology which will enable them to find and navigate to any address they choose in the world even when completely offline.”About TomTom:TomTom is the leading independent location technology specialist, shaping mobility with highly accurate maps, navigation software, real-time traffic information and services.To achieve our vision of a safer world, free of congestion and emissions, we create innovative technologies that keep the world moving. By combining our extensive experience with leading business and technology partners, we power connected vehicles, smart mobility and, ultimately, autonomous driving.Headquartered in Amsterdam with offices in 30 countries, TomTom’s technologies are trusted by hundreds of millions of people worldwide.www.tomtom.comFor further Information:Media: tomtom.pr@tomtom.comInvestor Relations: ir@tomtom.comA photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/a2411311-a53e-44db-ad3c-dbcd5d66c6b6