Radar Map

List of all radars in one application

Radar Map


«Xsort Team»

Launch date

March 2016


Republic of Moldova


Radar Map is an application developed by «Xsort Team» which shows a map of most radars and video cameras in the Republic of Moldova. The program is designed to protect vehicle drivers from unwanted fines.


  • Android / iOS app
  • Individual approach
  • UX/UI design

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  • Integration of GPS Services for calculating the location of the required device by triangulating data. See details

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  • Backend development Development of the functionality of the internal part of the website, which, as a rule, is not visible to the average user, but still plays an important role in ensuring its correct operation. See details

  • Frontend development Website layout is the development of an interface that the user sees and then interacts by opening a web page. See details




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