How up to date are the maps?
TrackLogs is a licensed partner of the Ordnance Survey. As part of our agreement we receive regular shipments of digital data. All our software products are manufactured to order and will always contain the latest data available to manufacture on the date of purchase. The inclusion and release of new features onto the maps is under the control of the Ordnance Survey.
The frequency and timing of the updates we receive from the Ordnance Survey varies making it impossible to state categorically when new data is going to be made available. The longest period between receiving updates from the Ordnance Survey is twelve months ensuring that no map will ever contain data older than this period. As previously stated, the inclusion of new features onto the maps is under the control of the Ordnance Survey and we cannot guarantee that new buildings and path modifications are included within this timescale.
As well as incorporating new features, the maps themselves change from time to time. It may be something as straightforward as a new symbol, or it could be a more complex change affecting the way boundaries are depicted. These changes are included in the map updates we receive from the Ordnance Survey and will always be shown in our current products.
If maintaining current maps is important to you then we recommend you re-purchase your maps every three years, just as you might do with the paper equivalent. The new data will be recognised by TrackLogs and will replace the older maps automatically on installation. There is no requirement to re-purchase your maps as your TrackLogs software is licensed to use forever.
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