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NavInfo is the world’s third and China’s first map producer award the TS16949 (International Automotive Quality Management System) certification
As international automotive industry technical specification, ISO/TS16949 is based on ISO9001 and added the technical specifications for automotive industry. With clear target and application, this specification is only applicable to the complete vehicle factories and their direct spare part manufacturers. It has strict restrictions on the qualification of companies and manufacturers to be certified.
ISO/TS16949 pays particular attention to the finished products of the manufacturers and their capacity of the quality system to ensure the quality of such products, which it deems is the basis of the whole manufacturing process; at the same time, it also particularly emphasizes on the effectiveness of the quality management system of an organization.

NavInfo award the Automotive SPICE L1 certification
SPICE is the “Standards for Information Technology—Process Assessment” jointly developed by International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). Automotive SPICE was officially formed in August 2005 according to the Automotive SIG /Procurment Forum, with Audi , BWM, DaimlerChrysler,Porsche_and Volkswagen_as the center, and is an industrial standard program model to determine the framework for body software development.

NavInfo award the CMMI L3 certification of Software Capability Maturity Model
CMMI, i.e., Capability Maturity Model Integration, provides a single framework of integration for an organization to improve its processes. The new framework of integration model eliminates the inconsistencies and reduces the repetition among different models, improves the transparency and understanding and makes an automatic and expandable framework established, thus improving the overall quality and efficiency of organizations. CMMI pays attention mainly to cost-effectiveness, clear focus, process centralization and flexibility.