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The latest generation of this dedicated off-road navigation tool.


Hema Maps unveiled its seventh-generation GPS and navigation product, the HX-2, in August 2021. The product was said to integrate digital mapping and data of remote areas with moderated community sourced data and social networking.



“The concept of a fully integrated ecosystem of maps, data and community engagement has been a vision of the Hema Maps business for a number of years,” said Hema Maps general manager, Matt O’Meara.

The HX-2 was the first Hema Maps navigator to use vector high-performance mapping, which provided a highly detailed, seamless digital map of Australia, with faster rendering and the highest zoom level delivered by Hema.

To complement the new digital map, the HX-2 provided access to the Hema Maps cloud, which enabled users to download Hema’s featured tracks. 

The HX-2 came with a complete set of Hema printed maps installed on the device in digital format that the company said had a retail value of over $1000.

There were quarterly updates from the Map Patrol field work and from the community as they recorded and tracked their journeys.

The HX-2’s hardware was the fastest of any Hema GPS and the operating platform was built by Hema Maps’ technology business, HemaX Digital, which also built the Hema Maps Cloud and the 4×4 Explorer app. The HemaX Digital team also developed bespoke turn-by-turn navigation for the unit.

The HX-2 was available from major outdoor and automotive retailers and the hemamaps.com website. The HX-2 RRP was $749.




























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