Technical data | Alienware P06T003 Laptop User Manual

Contents
Requirements ......................................................... 1
Welcome to CoPilot! ..............................................1
About GPS Technology .................................................... 1
Safety Warning ................................................................... 2
Getting Started ................................................................. 2
Setting Up Your GPS Receiver........................................ 2
In-Vehicle Hardware Setup ............................................. 3
Connecting Your Pocket PC ........................................... 4
Uninstalling a Previous Version ...................................... 4
Installing CoPilot ............................................................... 5
Product Key Entry & Activation..................................... 6
Changing the Voice Option At Any Time...................... 6
Speech Volume ................................................................... 6
Map Download To Your Pocket PC ..................... 7
Step 1: Specify Where Data Is Stored ........................ 7
CoPilot QuickStart ........................................... 7
Step 2: Choose a Data Selection Method ................. 8
Step 3: Select Your Data ................................................. 9
City Radius .......................................................... 9
Map Area .............................................................. 10
Trip ........................................................................ 11
Step 4: Download the Data .......................................... 12
POI Download Options ................................................ 12
Adding OV2 POI Sets ..................................................... 12
Trip Transfer ..................................................................... 12
Importing Custom Places ............................................. 13
Using Your Pocket PC for Guidance ................ 15
Address Entry ...................................................................
Start Driving! ....................................................................
Entering a Home Address ..............................................
Entering a Work Address ...............................................
Favorites .............................................................................
Save Current Location ....................................................
Contact Integration .........................................................
Finding Points of Interest ...............................................
Pick on Map .......................................................................
Intersection .......................................................................
Latitude/Longitude ...........................................................
Saved Trip ...........................................................................
Nearby Places Search ......................................................
Closing CoPilot ................................................................
Driver Safety/Map/Itinerary Screens ...........................
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Navigating Through CoPilot Screens ........................... 23
Customizing the Guidance Screens ............................. 23
Map Modes ........................................................................ 23
Trip Editing and Waypoints ............................................ 24
Getting ETA’s and Distances ......................................... 24
Picking Stops From the Map .......................................... 24
Optimizing Stops .............................................................. 24
Detour Feature ................................................................. 25
Avoiding Roads .................................................................. 25
Settings ................................................................................ 26
CoPilot Modes ................................................................... 28
The GPS Menu .................................................................. 29
Track Playback ................................................................... 29
Reference: Screens & Buttons on Your Pocket PC ... 31
Trip Planning on Your Pocket PC ..................... 33
Saving and Loading Trip Itineraries ............................... 33
Trip Planning on Your Desktop ......................... 34
Reference: CoPilot on Your Desktop .......................... 38
CoPilot Live Communications ............................. 41
Real-Time Traffic Information .............................. 42
Creating/Using Your Own Voice ............................ 43
Software Registration......................................... 44
Technical Support ............................................... 44
Troubleshooting .......................................................... 45
Using Help Files ........................................................... 45
Data Corrections ........................................................ 45
License Upgrade .......................................................... 46
Adding a Data Region ................................................. 46
Region Selection .......................................................... 47
Return Policy ................................................................ 47
License Agreement ............................................ 48
Requirements
Welcome to CoPilot!
Your CoPilot Live|Pocket PC Includes:
Imagine…a CoPilot at your side that always knows
where you are, where you’re going, and exactly how to get
there. Now confidently drive anywhere while CoPilot, using
the latest, most accurate GPS technology, shows you all the
correct turns to take to reach your destination.
Install CD (1) and Data CD (1)
Quick Start Guide
Bluetooth GPS Receiver
Cigarette lighter charger
In-vehicle air vent mounting clip
Better yet, if you should miss a turn, encounter heavy traffic,
or simply decide to go a different way, CoPilot’s dynamic
directions automatically provide you with an updated route
to your destination. Keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel as
CoPilot’s unique voice technology speaks the directions to you. In addition, detailed
street maps show your passengers the current street location and the route to your
destination.
Desktop PC Requirements
Microsoft Windows 2000, ME, or XP
400 MHz processor or better
16X CD-ROM or better
128 MB of RAM and a hard drive with at least 225 MB of available
disk space
Microsoft ActiveSync version 3.1 or later
About GPS Technology
The Global Positioning System (GPS), developed by the U.S. Department of
Defense, is a constellation of 24 satellites that orbit the Earth twice daily. Each
satellite contains an atomic clock that is accurate to the nanosecond and constantly
emits radio waves toward Earth. GPS sensors (hardware devices for receiving data)
can receive these signals from the satellites and, using their own internal clock, can
calculate the amount of time it has taken for the signal to be received. GPS relies
on the fact that radio waves travel at the speed of light to calculate distances, and
the exact location of the sensor is figured by combining the data received from four
satellites.
Pocket PC Requirements
With Map Data on Storage Card
Pocket PC running Windows Mobile 5 or Windows Mobile 2003 (first or
second edition)
5-7 MB of storage RAM
6-15 MB of program RAM (available for running programs)
Storage Card recommended (minimum 32MB, 64MB recommended)
Using the data from these four satellites, GPS is able to give you the latitude,
longitude and elevation of your present location, and also your road speed and
direction of travel on a route. Given the right conditions, a GPS sensor can identify
your geographic position anywhere in the world within a few meters.
Third Party GPS Requirements
Standard NMEA GPS receiver* including:
CF GPS receivers
Cabled GPS receivers
Wireless Bluetooth GPS receivers
How CoPilot Uses GPS
CoPilot uses the GPS positional data that it receives from your hardware unit to
display your current position on a map as you drive. This is called “tracking”. CoPilot
also uses the GPS data it receives to guide you along a planned route if you enter a
destination on your Pocket PC. CoPilot guides you with audible prompts and onscreen directions as you drive.
* For information on purchasing a GPS receiver from ALK Technologies, go to:
North America: www.alk.com
Europe: www.alk.eu.com
GPS Accuracy
The GPS signal CoPilot receives from the constellation of satellites has a rated
accuracy of within 5 - 10 meters. This means that 95% of the time the reported
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Getting Started
location is within 15 - 30 feet of your exact position. If CoPilot initially places you on
the wrong road (this happens only rarely), keep driving and CoPilot will automatically
correct itself and find your proper position.
Setting Up Your GPS Receiver
WARNING: Never leave GPS receiver in closed vehicle that exceeds 140o F.
Once you have installed CoPilot on your device, you will need to set up the
GPS receiver. Please check your device to see if it has a built-in GPS satellite receiver (see below for setup) or if it requires a remote Bluetooth GPS
receiver (see p. 3 for setup) to obtain a GPS fix for CoPilot to calculate your
route and provide navigation guidance.
Occasionally, CoPilot’s GPS tracking will be less accurate or fail to work at all
because your GPS receiver is unable to receive satellite signals. Heavy foliage, tall
buildings, or any other structures obstructing communications will interfere with
CoPilot’s ability to track your location. Like your car radio, GPS tracking can also be
affected by weather conditions if severe. CoPilot will continue tracking as soon as
adequate signals are available. Despite these limitations, you can expect CoPilot to
provide you with useable and accurate information most of the time. CoPilot will
alert you if accurate information is unavailable.
Setting Up Your Built-in GPS Receiver:
1. If your device has a flip-up patch antenna, lift the antenna.
CoPilot’s personal, portable GPS navigation system gives you the freedom to explore
and the confidence that you’ll never get lost again!
2. The first time you use the system, you will need to adjust the GPS port
settings via the Auto Scan utility.
GPS Auto Scan
Safety Warning
1. Start CoPilot.
Always keep your hands on the steering wheel and eyes on the
road when driving!
2. From the CoPilot Home screen select 'Setup GPS'.
Do not use this product in any way that interferes with safe and attentive operation
of a vehicle. When used in a vehicle, do not place the GPS receiver, antenna, power
supply, or your computer where it may strike the driver or passengers if the vehicle
turns sharply or stops abruptly. This product is designed, manufactured, and intended
as an aid to planning and navigating routes. The accuracy of the map data, driving
directions, and GPS tracking system is insufficient for this product to be used for
automated navigation or in any situation in which the failure of the product could
lead directly to death, personal injury, or physical or environmental damage. The
driver must remain alert at all times to actual road conditions and obey all posted
signs and traffic regulations.
3. In the GPS screen, select the 'Setup GPS'
button. Press the 'Other' button and then tap
'Next'.
4. From the Connection Setup options, press the
'Automatic' button followed by 'Next'. This
will automatically set the COM port number
and the baud rate for the GPS receiver. (COM
settings should ultimately read COM port:
COM2, baud rate: 4800).
ALK Technologies assumes no responsibility for any damage or injury
resulting from the use of this product.
5. Once the GPS connection has configured
successfully, select 'Finish' to exit the Auto Scan
utility and to continue using CoPilot.
— To confirm the configuration is correct, look
at the scrolling GPS status indicator in the
bottom right corner of the driving screen (GPS
reception is good when green, fair when yellow,
red indicates no fix).
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Setting Up a Bluetooth GPS Receiver:
2. Proper Charging Techniques (IMPORTANT)
The first time that you use CoPilot, you will need to turn on Bluetooth on your
device. From the Start screen on your device, tap the Bluetooth button in the
bottom right corner and turn on Bluetooth. Then:
The Bluetooth GPS only needs to be charge for a maximum of 1 hour or until
the Battery LED is off. Do not leave the Bluetooth GPS receiver connected to
the charger at all times, as it will degrade the battery life and eventually drain
the battery completely. Normal battery life is 8 hours.
1. Switch on your Bluetooth GPS receiver (slide the switch to | ). Green and blue
lights should turn on if the GPS receiver is properly charged.
2. Start CoPilot and tap GPS.
3. In the GPS screen, tap 'Setup GPS'.
4. Tap the 'Bluetooth' button and then tap 'Next'.
5. From the 'Select your GPS receiver' screen, tap
the 'Search for Bluetooth Devices' button and
tap 'Next'. CoPilot will automatically search for
your GPS receiver.
6. Your receiver should be displayed, identified by a
code BTGPS xxxxx. Select the receiver and tap
'Next'.
7. CoPilot will indicate that your GPS connection
has been successfully configured. Tap 'Finish' to
continue using CoPilot.
If you need further assistance, see GPS Troubleshooting below.
3. Unable to switch on Bluetooth
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Close CoPilot by selecting ‘Exit’ from the menu.
Switch your Pocket PC off and then on again using the power button.
Restart CoPilot, and select 'Setup GPS' from the CoPilot Home screen.
Repeat steps 1 - 5 in the Setting Up a Bluetooth GPS Receiver section above.
Bluetooth should now be switched ON.
4. ‘No devices found’ in Search for GPS
a. Close CoPilot by selecting ‘Exit’ from the menu.
b. Ensure that your Bluetooth GPS receiver is switched ON: Please switch
the GPS receiver off and on. The green and blue lights will turn on if the
GPS receiver is charged up and working properly.
c. Restart CoPilot and select Setup GPS from the CoPilot Home screen.
d. Repeat steps 2-5 in the Configuring the Bluetooth GPS Receiver section above.
e. CoPilot’s Bluetooth wizard will not find the Bluetooth GPS receiver if your
Pocket PC’s Bluetooth manager currently has a connection to the Bluetooth
GPS receiver. Please make sure that all Bluetooth GPS connections are
deleted from the Pocket PC’s Bluetooth manager
LED STATUS LIGHTS:
Blue LED Light indicates the Bluetooth connection status.
Flashing every 1 second: GPS was just powered on and waiting for a connection.
Flashing every 2 seconds: GPS is connected to Pocket PC.
5. Unable to Get a GPS Fix
If you can’t get a GPS signal after setting up your receiver, ensure that your
Bluetooth GPS receiver is switched on, charged up, and has a clear view of the
sky. It may take up to 15 minutes to get a GPS fix the first time you use the
device. To decrease the time it takes to acquire a GPS Fix, please remain in a
stationary position. To avoid unnecessary delays, make sure that your Pocket PC
date and time are properly set.
Green LED Light indicates GPS status.
Light Constantly on: GPS was just powered on and attempting to acquire a GPS
position. Light is Flashing: GPS has acquired a GPS position.
Orange/Red LED Light indicates Battery status.
Red Light Constantly on: Battery is Low. Orange Light is Constantly on: Battery is
charging. No Light (off): Battery is fully charged.
In-Vehicle Hardware Setup
GPS Troubleshooting:
WARNING: Never leave GPS receiver in closed vehicle that exceeds 140o F.
1. You are asked to 'add BTGPS xxxxx' during GPS setup
If you have a vent mount and in-vehicle power adapter:
1. After turning your engine on, attach the cable to the Pocket PC and insert
it into your vehicle’s cigarette lighter socket. Make sure it is firmly seated (the
red light should be on).
2. Attach the vent mount clips to the vent in your vehicle, in a position that will
allow you to be comfortable as you view and operate CoPilot.
3. Slide the Pocket PC into the vent mount, and make sure it is turned on.
a. Tap 'Yes'.
b. You will then be prompted to enter a passkey. Please enter '0183' and tap
'Next'.
c. You will be asked if you would like to create a Bluetooth Serial Port. Tap 'Yes'.
d. You will be asked to enter a display name for your Bluetooth receiver. Please
use the default name listed and tap 'Finish'.
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Connecting Your Pocket PC
Uninstalling a Previous Version
NOTE: If a Quickstart installation memory card was included with your purchase
of CoPilot, you do not need to do this.
If you have a previous version of CoPilot installed, uninstalling before you install
a newer version is optional.
In order to successfully transfer data from your desktop to your Pocket PC,
you must have Microsoft ActiveSync 3.1 (or later) installed. This software is
necessary to connect the two machines and is provided by your Pocket PC
manufacturer. If you did not receive this software with your mobile device,
contact the distributor immediately.
NOTE: If you’re uninstalling CoPilot from a Pocket device and installing the
same version on another device, you must deactivate the software on the first
device before installing it again.
When uninstalling CoPilot, your GPS receiver cannot be attached.
Before uninstalling, you must disconnect the receiver and perform a soft restart.
Then follow the steps outlined below:
1. When connecting your Pocket
PC, if you have not set up a
partnership between your Pocket
PC and your desktop, you will be
prompted to do so. This is not
required. If you choose not to set
up a partnership, select Guest
partnership, and
you will be logged
in as a Guest and
ready to transfer
data between
machines.
(1) On your Pocket PC:
NOTE: It is recommended to perform a soft reset on your Pocket PC before
and after uninstalling CoPilot.
1. Tap the Start menu and select Settings > System > Remove Programs
2. Select the CoPilot application and tap Remove.
3. Select Pocket Speech and tap Remove.
4a. If you stored map data on a storage card:
i. Delete the CoPilot folder on the storage card. Tap Start, then Programs
> File Explorer > My Device > SD Card, then tap and hold on the CoPilot
folder and select Delete from the menu.
4b. If you stored map data on your device memory:
2. If you have set up a partnership
in the past, or choose to do so at
this point, be sure to allow your
Pocket PC to synchronize with
your desktop/laptop prior to
launching CoPilot.
i. Delete the CoPilot folder on My Device. Tap Start, then Programs > File
Explorer > My Device, then tap and hold on CoPilot and select Delete
from the menu.
(2) On your Desktop/Laptop computer:
1. Select Start menu > Settings > Control Panel.
2. Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
3. Select the CoPilot application and click on the Remove button.
4. If asked to confirm the removal of CoPilot and all of its
components, select Yes.
NOTE: If your desktop/laptop
computer does not seem to be
recognizing the connection with
your Pocket PC, select Connection
Settings... from the drop-down
File menu, and make sure you're
connected using the appropriate
Port. Then click Get Connected...
in the File menu and follow the onscreen instructions.
5. If asked to remove shared files during the uninstall process, select
No To All.
6. Select Start > Search > Files or Folders and find the CoPilot folder.
7. Right-click the CoPilot folder and select Delete.
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Installing CoPilot
NOTE: After the CoPilot Pocket PC installation, your Pocket PC will automatically
be soft reset. It is recommended that you exit any open applications and save any
open files before starting the Copilot installation.
Installing From CD’s:
Your desktop/laptop and Pocket PC should both be turned on. The cradle/cable
for your mobile device must be connected to your desktop through either a
USB or Serial port. Your Pocket PC should be connected to your desktop via
ActiveSync (see p. 4).
Installing From a Quickstart Installation Memory Card:
1. Set up your mobile device and charge the battery following the
instructions in the device’s manual.
Installation Steps:
2. You must set the correct date and GMT time on your mobile device for
optimal GPS functionality.
Step 1: Insert the CoPilot Install Disc into your CD-ROM drive. After a few seconds, the Installation Wizard will open. Follow the instructions, entering
your Installation Product Key when prompted. This Product Key can
be found on the cover of your printed CoPilot Quick Start Guide or on
the supplied Product Key card.
3. Your CoPilot Live satellite navigation software is supplied pre-loaded on a
storage card. Insert your CoPilot storage card into the slot of your mobile
device.
The CoPilot application will be installed to your desktop PC and to
your Pocket PC separately. CoPilot’s Pocket PC installation is a two
step process: 1) first the Speech option you selected will be installed,
then 2) the CoPilot application will be installed. Before the Pocket PC
installation begins, it will ask if the default location (the device’s storage
memory) is where you want the application to be placed.
4. Once the CoPilot storage card is inserted, CoPilot will install automatically
with the following on-screen steps:
a. Safety and license agreement: Select 'I accept'.
b. GPS technology information: Select 'OK'.
Step 2: When the installation is complete, a CoPilot icon will appear on your
desktop. Click Finish to close the Installation Wizard.
c. Two applications will then be installed: CoPilot Pocket PC and Pocket
Speech.
Step 3: The first time you open CoPilot on your Pocket PC, you will be asked to
activate the product (see p. 6).
5. If setup does not start automatically after inserting the card, you can setup
CoPilot manually:
a. Tap Start > Programs > File Explorer.
b. Browse to the Storage Card.
c. Tap on the 2577 folder.
d. 'Autorun'.
NOTE: CoPilot will need to be reactivated within 3 days.
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Product Key Entry and Activation
The first time you launch CoPilot on your Pocket PC you will be prompted
for your product key. You can find this key behind the scratch-off panel on the
supplied product key card. Scratch off the panel and input the product key
carefully. Press Done.
f. Enter the activation code into the Pocket PC when prompted and tap
“Next”.
g. Once complete, you will see the message ‘license activated successfully’.
Select Finish.
TIP: It is recommended that you switch off T9 predictive text entry when
inputting your product key.
Changing the Voice Option at Any Time
You will now be asked to activate your CoPilot license within 3 days. Select one
of the three methods below to activate your CoPilot license. Alternatively, press
Menu followed by Later if you would prefer to activate afterwards at your
convenience, within the next 3 days.
To change the Pre-Recorded sound files option:
1. From the Home screen select Menu > Trip > Settings.
2. Select Language and Speech.
Three Ways to Activate:
3. Use the up and down arrows to choose a language and voice option.
1. Recommended: Automatic Activation using your Pocket
PC’s Wireless Internet Connection
4. Tap OK.
a. When prompted to activate, Tap “Next” to begin the process.
Speech Volume
b. Enter your email address and tap “Next” to automatically activate.
To hear CoPilot’s voice prompts, the volume on your Pocket PC must be turned
all the way up. In the Pocket PC Start menu, go to Settings and tap on Sounds
and Notifications. Under System Volume, move the slide bar all the way to
the right. Or use your Pocket PC’s keypad when CoPilot is open: tap up until you
reach the maximum volume.
c. Once complete, you will see the message ‘license activated successfully’. Select Finish.
d. Activation is now complete.
2. Automatic Activation via an Internet-connected Desktop
PC or Laptop
Connect your Pocket PC to an Internet-enabled Desktop or Laptop using the
supplied Synchronisation cable, and Microsoft ActiveSync software on your
desktop PC or Laptop. Make sure your desktop/laptop is connected to the
Internet, then follow the steps outlined above.
3. Manual Activation (requires an Internet-connected
computer)
a. When prompted to activate, Tap “Next” to begin the process.
b. Enter your email address and tap “Next”.
c. Check the box that says “Check Here if you do not have any access
to the internet” and tap “Next”
d. On the next screen you’ll see your Product Key and License ID. You need
this information to manually activate CoPilot as in the following steps:
e. On a desktop/laptop go to the Internet site http://activate.alk.com and
enter the information. You will be given an activation code
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Map Download to Your Pocket PC
3. To download to a Storage
Card through a Card Reader:
(In this example, again all options
are available.) Pick the drive letter associated with your Storage
Card Reader, then click Next to
go to the Data Selection window.
See CoPilot QuickStart below for a
description of software included in
downloads. See p. 12 for Options.
NOTE: You can also download to a Storage Card through a PCMCIA
adapter. Simply identify the drive letter associated with the adapter under the
Storage Card Reader option.
NOTE: If your CoPilot product came with a Quickstart installation memory
card, you don’t need to download map data (it’s already on your Quickstart card).
You can skip to Using Your Pocket PC for Guidance, p. 16.
To use CoPilot on your Pocket PC, you first need to download map data from
your desktop or laptop computer to your Pocket device. You select the data to
download from one or more regions (“data areas”) that you specify in the CoPilot
application on your desktop. It’s a simple 4-step process.
Step 1: Specify Where Data Will Be Stored
To begin the data download process, open the CoPilot application on your
desktop/laptop, then click the Data Download Wizard icon or pick Data
Download Wizard from the File menu.
CoPilot gives you three options for downloading data:
1) directly to the Pocket device's memory,
2) to a Storage Card in the device, or
3) to a Storage Card through a Storage Card Reader.
You will be prompted to enter one of these choices before you can download.
CoPilot will detect which options are available to you.
CoPilot QuickStart
Storage Card Application Download
If you are downloading map data to a Storage Card or Storage Card
Reader, you have the option to download a complete, ready-to-use
“QuickStart” version of CoPilot along with the data. Having the
QuickStart version on your Storage Card ensures that CoPilot will be
available even if you experience technical problems with your Pocket
PC and need to perform a hard reset. (During a hard reset, all installed
applications are deleted from the Pocket PC.) Inserting a storage
card with the QuickStart version on it will automatically install
CoPilot, and your map data will already be there!
NOTE: If there is data stored on the device's memory and also on
a Storage Card in the device, CoPilot will use the map data on the
Storage Card by default. To have it use the device's memory, you must
remove the Storage Card.
1. To download to Pocket PC
Device Memory: (In this example,
CoPilot has detected that there is no
Storage Card in the device.) Click
Next to go to the Data Selection window. See CoPilot QuickStart, this page,
for a description of software included
in downloads. See p. 12 for Options.
The QuickStart option can be turned on or off in the final step of
the download process (see p. 12). By default this option is active
and the QuickStart download will be executed each time you
download map data.
The QuickStart needs 10 MB of space on your Storage Card. Once
the QuickStart has been copied, you can save time the next time you
download data by unchecking the Create QuickStart option in the final
Data Download Wizard screen before proceeding to download. You will
also want to uncheck this option if you do not have enough room on your
Storage Card for it.
2. To download to a Storage Card in
the device: (In this example, CoPilot
has detected that all options are available.) Select a storage card name
from the drop-down pick list, then
click Next to go to the Data Selection
window. See CoPilot QuickStart to the
right for a description of software
included in downloads. See p. 12 for
Options.
If the QuickStart is copied onto your Storage Card and you need to
remove it, simply delete the folder that contains it. The folder will be
named “2577”.
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Data Download
Map Area - This method of selecting data allows you to choose an area of data
by drawing a box on the Data Download Wizard's map screen. In the Wizard, you
enter a city name near which you would like to select data, then click Next. The
map will zoom to that location. Then you create a box around the desired area by
clicking and dragging your mouse
across the map. The street-level
data within that box will be selected.
Step 2: Choose a Data Selection Method
You can zoom the map in and out
using the zoom buttons and adjust
the size of the data area by redrawing the box.
Map Area
After you specify a location where the data will be stored, you will be prompted
to select a region on the map to download. CoPilot allows you to download
data using one of the three methods described below.
Trip - The Trip method of selecting data is by far the most customizable method.
This option allows you to run a trip and select street-level data specific to that trip,
thereby avoiding unneeded data and saving valuable memory space. Once the trip
is run, the Data Download Wizard automatically selects circles of data around your
origin and destination, and a
corridor of data along your route.
You can then click Options to
adjust the radius of the circles and
the width of the corridor.
See Data Download Step 3 beginning on p. 9 for step-by-step instructions for
downloading data to your Pocket PC using each of these three methods.
City Radius - This method allows you to quickly select data in the shape of a
circle surrounding any city on the map. In the Data Download Wizard you type a
city name and state abbreviation or ZIP code and enter the number of
miles you would like the radius to extend around the city, then click Next.
The Trip Itinerary for each trip you
download will be stored on your
Pocket PC (see Trip Transfer, p. 12).
Multiple trips can be downloaded
to the Pocket PC for later use.
The Wizard displays a map that
shows the city and the radius
you chose. At this point you can
zoom the map in and out using
zoom buttons and adjust the
size of the data area by altering
the radius of the circle.
Trip
Region - This method lets you
download map data for a whole
country or region. The region you
select must be included in the region
that was installed on your Pocket PC,
otherwise a warning will appear and you
won’t be able to download data. Region
downloads generally take the longest
amount of time, depending on the size
of the selected region.
City Radius
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Region
Data Download
Step 3: Select Your Data
Use any of the three methods covered on the following pages (City Radius,
Map Area, or Trip) to select one or more regions and then download your data.
4. Name the selection, then
click Next.
City Radius
1. Click the City Radius icon.
5. You will return to the Data
Selection menu where you can
select another data area if you
like, using any method. When
you finish selecting data areas,
click the Download icon and
you will be taken to the final
screen where you can build
your download.
2. Enter a City, State or ZIP
Code, and a radius around
the area that you would like
to download. Click Next to
verify that the area is correct.
3. Using the Data Download
Wizard toolbar you can zoom
in or out, change the radius, or
go back to the previous screen.
When you are satisfied with
your selection, click Next.
Note: CoPilot’s available
memory calculations subtract a
certain amount from the available memory on your storage
card (if you are using one)
to account for support files.
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Map Area
1. Click the Map Area icon.
4. Name the selection, then
click Next.
5. You will return to the Data
Selection menu where you can
select another data area if you
like, using any method. When
you are finished selecting data
areas, click the Download icon
to go to the final screen where
you can build your download.
2. Enter a City, State or ZIP
Code (address optional) within
the area that you would like to
download. Click Next.
3. Click and hold the left
mouse button and drag the
cursor to draw a box around
a desired area. The size of the
area will be displayed in the
toolbar. Click Next.
Note: CoPilot’s available
memory calculations subtract a
certain amount from the available memory on your storage
card (if you are using one) to
account for support files.
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Trip
3a. Highlight a selection, click
Select, then Add Stop.
When all your stops have
been entered, click Select
Data.
1. Click the Trip icon.
4. By default a 20 mile radius
around all stops and a width of
4 miles along the corridor
which connects them will be
highlighted. Note: CoPilot’s
available memory calculations
subtract a certain amount
from the available memory on
your storage card (if you are
using one) to account for support files.
2. You now have three options for
entering stops on your trip. If you
choose the Cities and Addresses
tab you will need to enter a
City, State or ZIP Code, press
<Enter>, and click the Add Stop
button.
You may enter one or multiple
destinations. Use the buttons to
the right of the Itinerary to zoom
to a stop on the map, change the
order of stops, or delete a stop.
5. To customize these
distances for any trip, click
Options and type a distance
in the appropriate box.
3. If you choose the Points of
Interest tab, enter a City, State
or a ZIP code and click the Find
button.
You can specify search
parameters by selecting a POI
Category and/or Type (this
will speed up the search).
6. You will return to the Data
Selection menu where you can
select another data area if you
like, using any method. When
you are finished selecting data
areas, click Download. Trip
itineraries that were created
using the Trip download method will be transferred along
with map data (see p. 12 for
details).
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Data Download
POI Download Options
Step 4: Download the Data
When you download a data region, you’ll get all roads within that region. Also
included with each download are regional points of interest (POI) such as gas stations, hotels, restaurants, visitor attractions, etc.
When you’re ready to execute a download, the Wizard will display a list of
Available Area(s) for download on the left side of the window. To designate an
area to include in the download, click on it and then click on the right arrow
button to move it to the Data Included in This Download list.
CoPilot now lets you control the number and types of points of interest that get
downloaded along with your data areas. You can save space on your Pocket PC by
eliminating categories of POI that you’re not interested in seeing.
To select which POI categories you want, choose POI Download Options
from the Edit menu in the desktop application or, when you first open the Data
Download Wizard, click the Options button in the Wizard. In the window that
opens, check the categories you wish to select. Click the plus sign next to each
category to see the included sub-categories.
Notice that the amount of available map memory and the memory required for
all the areas on the Included list is shown under the list. NOTE: CoPilot's available memory calculations subtract a certain amount from the available memory on
your storage card (if you are using one) to account for support files.
If you need to move an area off the Included list, click on it and use the left arrow
button. To delete an area from memory, click on it and click Delete.
Click Save Settings to save the set of categories you create. Click Restore
Default to return to CoPilot’s default categories.
Adding OV2 POI Sets
CoPilot supports OV2 POI files. You can copy any OV2 file into the CoPilot\Save
folder on your storage card to get immediate access to the POIs it contains.
EXAMPLE: Copy an OV2 file named ‘Speedcams’ to Storage Card\CoPilot\Save.
The next time you do a POI search you will see ‘Speedcams’ as a POI Type in the
Custom Category.
Trip Transfer
IMPORTANT: Each data download overwrites the data that is already
on your Pocket PC. If any data areas are already loaded on your Pocket PC,
they will be overwritten by the new download. Therefore, your download must
include all areas that you wish to have available on your Pocket PC.
CoPilot now transfers whole trips to your Pocket PC when you use the Trip
option for data downloading. Any trip you create for download, including its
Itinerary, is transferred along with the surrounding data corridor and will become
the current trip on your Pocket PC.
(Only available if Pan-Europe data is installed, see p. 46) Check Include US Highway
Network to download CoPilot’s complete U.S. Highway Network along with your
data. This additional download requires approximately 58 MB of space on your
Pocket PC. When this network is loaded, major roads, cities, and some points of
interest outside your selected data region will be shown on the map and you’ll be
able to receive guidance as you drive anywhere in the United States.
The Trip download option creates a .TRP file that is saved to the “Save”
directory on the Storage Card or CoPilot installation folder, depending on where
you selected to downloaded data to. Subsequent downloads will add more .TRP
files to this folder. The number of trips that may be stored is limited only by the
available memory on your Pocket PC. If multiple trips are downloaded, the last one
to be added will open as the current trip. Use the Saved Trip stop entry option
on your Pocket PC to open stored .TRP files.
Check Download Favorites to download your Favorites list from the Trip
Planner window on your desktop along with map data. These addresses will then
be available as Favorites for trip entry on the Pocket PC.
RECOMMENDED OPTION: It is recommended that you leave Create
QuickStart checked (see p. 7 for a description of this feature). However, you
may uncheck it if you don’t want the QuickStart copied with your download.
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Importing Custom Places
CoPilot’s Custom Place Import Wizard enables you to import addresses from
your Outlook Contacts database, an Excel file, or text file. (If you are using
another type of database or contact manager, you can export your contacts/
locations to an Excel or text file before importing them into CoPilot.) These
points are then added to CoPilot’s POI database in a category and type of your
choice (the default category is “Custom”). Once they are in the database, they
are displayed on maps as pushpins and included in search results when you search
for points of interest on your Pocket PC or in the Trip Planner window on your
desktop/laptop.
4. In the next screen you'll see the
data from your file sorted into
columns. If the columns you see
in the screen have not sorted the
address data correctly, you need to
indicate which delimiter CoPilot
should recognize when it separates
the fields in your file into columns.
Each field — e.g. name, street
address, city, state, etc. — needs to
be separated by a delimiter such
as a tab, semicolon, or comma. If
your file uses a delimiter other
than a comma, tab, or semicolon,
click Other and type the delimiter in the box to the right. If the
first row of your file consists of
column headings, you should check
Column headings in first row.
Click Next when ready.
NOTE: CoPilot now allows importing of multiple POIs with the same name (e.g.
an entire database of “Starbucks”).
To access the Wizard, choose Import Custom Places from the Tools menu in
Planning Mode on the desktop, then follow the step-by-step instructions given by
the Wizard.
Steps for Importing:
1. In Planning Mode on your desktop/
laptop, choose Import Custom
Places from the Tools menu to
open the Import Custom Places
Wizard.
5. Now, following the instructions
on the screen, click each column
heading and match the column
headings with your data. To be
accepted by CoPilot, each imported place must have at least four
fields: Name, Address1, City, and
State. Click Next when ready.
2. Choose Import from Microsoft
Outlook or Import from an
existing file (this can be a .txt
text file or an Excel file). Click
Next.
3. In the next Wizard screen, type
the path to the file you want to
import or Browse for it, and use
the Category pick list to indicate
a POI category for your imported
places (by default they are assigned
to “Custom”). You can also choose
a Type from the pick list. To edit
the type name, highlight it on the
pick list and click Edit Type Name
below. Click Next when ready.
6. In the next screen, following the
instructions, you can assign a name
to the set of columns you just
defined to save you time the next
time you import addresses.
To skip this step, uncheck Save
the columns as a new set.
Click Finish.
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Editing Custom Places in the Database
After custom places have been added to the database, they can be edited at any
time. Select Manage Custom Places from the Tools menu, then highlight the
custom place you wish to edit, click Edit, and make your changes. Click Apply
when finished.
NOTE: By default, addresses entered as Custom Places are assigned to the
Custom POI category. You can change this assignment at any time by selecting
another Category from the drop-down pick list as you edit.
7. When processing is finished, the Data Import Status window shows you how
many places in your file were matched with addresses in the CoPilot
database. A plus sign in the Accept column indicates a match. Places that
failed to match appear in red and do not have a plus sign.
8. To edit a failed or incomplete match, highlight it and click Edit (see Editing
Custom Places, next page). POI addresses can also be edited after they are
added to the database using the Custom Place Manager.
9. When you are satisfied with the list of addresses, click Add to add these
places to the CoPilot database.
Options below the list let you 1) choose whether to add all addresses on the
list to the database, or just those that were accepted, and 2) determine how
CoPilot will handle any address that duplicates one already in the database.
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Using Your Pocket PC for Guidance
In CoPilot's Guidance Mode you will receive turn-by-turn route guidance
information as you travel. For your safety the Driver Safety Screen will hide maps
when your speed exceeds 10 m.p.h. to avoid distractions.
6. The Select Stop screen provides you with
several different ways to enter a destination
(described on the following pages):
For IN-VEHICLE HARDWARE SETUP: See Hardware Setup, p. 3.
1. To launch CoPilot, tap Start, choose
Programs from the drop-down menu,
then tap the CoPilot application.
2. The first time you use CoPilot, you
will be asked to enter a nearby city. The
program may take a few minutes to acquire
a GPS signal and determine your position. If
a signal has not been obtained after several
minutes, refer to Troubleshooting, p. 45.
Enter a new Address
Program or enter your Home address
Program or enter your Work address
Select from your Favorite list
Enter a Contact from Outlook Express
Search for a Point of Interest (POI)
Pick a stop off the map (Pick on Map)
Enter an Intersection
Enter a Latitude/Longitude point
Enter a previously Saved Trip
Address Entry
NOTE: There is no need to enter a starting point. CoPilot uses GPS
positioning to determine your location automatically.
3. The Home screen gives you several
choices:
Address entry is a step-by-step process in which you enter the state or ZIP code,
city, and house number/street name in separate screens. As you type each entry,
matches in the database appear on a pick list below. Tapping an item on the list
enters it, then you tap Next to confirm and move to the next screen.
Going To to enter a destination and
receive guidance
Start Demo for first-time users
Help topics about basics such as trip
entry, hardware setup, and route options
Settings to change CoPilot routing,
guidance, and map options
Live Setup for live communications
GPS to set up your GPS receiver
In the Select Stop
screen, tap the
Address button.
4. Tap Going To. The Going To screen will list
your stops. From here you can add a stop,
start a new trip (deleting the old one), or tap
Start Driving to begin receiving guidance to
your destination(s).
5. Tap New Trip to enter one or more
destinations in the Select Stop screen and
begin driving. (Tap More... to see additional
ways to enter a destination.)
1. Using the keyboard, type the name of a
state — as you type, the scroll list will move
to that state. Tap it on the list, then tap Next.
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2. Start typing a City
name or ZIP Code. When
a match appears on the list
below, tap it and then tap
Next to continue.
Start Driving!
After entering one or more destinations, start driving and enjoy CoPilot’s
spoken instructions, continuously updated maps and ETA’s, and automatic route
recalculation capabilities.
A text-only Driver Safety Screen will replace the Map Screen when your speed
exceeds 10 m.p.h.
Next Turn
Instruction
Next Turn
Directional
Arrow
3. Enter a house number if you
like (it’s optional), then start
typing a Street name. When
a match appears on the list
below, tap it, then tap Next.
4. If an exact database match is not
found, you’ll be shown the available
address options. CoPilot will give you
at least one of these options:
the General Street you entered, a
Nearby Address, a Cross Street on
the street you entered, or one of
several Streets in Nearby Cities.
Tap your choice, then tap Next.
Distance to
Next Turn
Menu
Current Speed
(customizable,
see p. 23)
Message Queue
(see p. 41)
ETA Distance to
Next Stop
GPS Status:
Green = 3D Fix
Yellow = 2D Fix
Red = No Fix
Live Network
Connection
5. After entering a destination, you will
be taken back to the Going To screen.
The destination you just entered will be
listed as the first stop on your trip.
To return to the Going To screen to edit your trip at any
time, tap Menu > Trip > Edit.
At this point you can tap Add Stop
to enter additional stops, New Trip to
delete all stops on this trip and begin
a new one, or Start Driving to begin
receiving guidance to the destination(s)
you entered.
6. To begin your trip, simply
tap the Start Driving button and
start driving! Once your position has
been determined (this can take a few
seconds), CoPilot will speak directions
out loud to you, and your position and
next turn information will be displayed
on the screen as you drive.
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Entering a Home Address
Favorites
In the Select Stop
screen, tap the
Home button.
The first time
you use this
button, you will
be prompted to
enter your home
address.
In the Select Stop screen, tap the
Favorite button. A scrollable
list will appear, providing quick
access to the last 50 destinations
that were entered.
Enter your home address
the same way you enter a
new address (described on
p. 15).
The next time you tap Home,
your home will be entered as
a destination. To change your
home address, tap Menu > Trip
> Settings then tap Favorites
(see p. 28).
Tap a Favorite on the list to enter it as a destination. To change which Favorite is
assigned to the Home or Work buttons, tap Menu > Trip > Settings and tap
Favorites (see Settings, p. 26).
NOTE: When your Favorites list is filled (50), each new address will
replace the address that has been inactive for the longest period of
time.
Entering a Work Address
To Save Your Current Location As a Favorite:
You must be receiving GPS data to save your current location as a favorite.
Tap Menu > Trip > Save Location. A prompt will ask you to assign
a location name to your current location. After you enter a name, your current
location will be saved in the Favorites list.
In the Select Stop
screen, tap the
Work button.
The first time
you use this
button, you will
be prompted to
enter your work
address.
Enter your work address the
same way you enter a new
address (described on p. 15).
The next time you tap Work,
your work address will be
entered as a destination. To
change your work address, tap
Menu > Trip > Settings then
tap Favorites
(see p. 28).
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Contact Integration
CoPilot allows you to link directly to Outlook to retrieve address information.
With just a few of quick taps of the stylus, you can enter a contact’s home and/or
work address as your destination.
5. The Contact address will be added to your
trip itinerary as a stop.
1. Tap the Contact
button in the Select
Stop screen.
2. Type the first letters
of your Contact’s first
or last name.
3. Select a name from the
Contact lists, and with your
selection highlighted, choose
an address type (Business,
Home, or Other). The
address you select will be
displayed below. Tap Next
when ready.
4. If necessary, CoPilot will prompt you to
correct any part of the address in your Contact
database that does not result in a perfect match
— you might be prompted to edit the city,
state, street, or house number so CoPilot can
find it.
If CoPilot finds an exact match, it automatically
goes to a screen that lets you name the address
you entered.
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Finding Points of Interest
In the Select Stop
screen, tap the
POI button to
search for and/or
enter a point
of interest as a
destination.
1. In the first POI screen
you have the option to
choose a Category and
Type of POI from the
drop-down pick lists. To
narrow your search and
cut down on the time it
takes, you can also type the
first few letters of a place
you have in mind.
Tap Next to continue.
4. When the search process is complete,
a scrollable list of matches will appear. In
this screen you have several choices, you
can:
Highlight a POI and tap Map to
preview it on the map (see below)
Tap Expand to expand the area of the
search (this can be done twice)
Highlight a POI and tap Finish to
enter it as a destination.
2. In the next screen, you can tell CoPilot
to search Near current location or
Along current route if a GPS signal is
present.
Map Preview of a POI:
To preview a POI on the map before you decide to enter it as a destination,
highlight it on the match list and tap Map. In the map screen, a sliding bar lets
you zoom the view in and out. Click Close to return to the match list. In the
Matches screen, tap Finish to enter the highlighted POI as a destination and
return to the Going To screen, or Expand to run another search within a larger
area.
Or choose Near a city, then enter a
state and city or ZIP code in the next two
screens.
3. Tap Next to execute the search.
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Pick on Map
Intersection
To enter the intersection of two roads, tap the Intersection
button in the Select Stop screen. Intersections are entered just
like addresses (see p. 15-16), except that instead of a house
number you enter a “First Street” and “Second Street”.
To pick a stop
off the map, first
tap the Pick on
Map button in
the Select Stop
screen.
Zoom the map to a
starting area by entering
an Address, Favorite,
Contact, POI, or select
Here if you have a GPS
signal.
Move the map around, zoom
in/out until you find the
desired place. Tap and hold
to Add as Stop.
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Saved Trip
Latitude/Longitude
1. Highlight a trip (.trp
file) in the list of saved
trips, then tap Next.
1. Choose a format
from the first drop-down
pick list. Lat/longs can
be entered in Decimal
Degrees, Decimal
Minutes, or degrees/
minutes/seconds (DMS).
Tap Latitude/
Longitude in the
Select Stop screen
to enter a lat/long
point.
3. Tap Next to add the lat/long
you entered as a stop on your
trip itinerary.
Tap More... then
tap Saved Trip
in the Select Stop
screen to enter a
trip that was built
on your desktop
and transferred to
your Pocket PC.
(See Trip Transfer, p.
12 for more about
saved trips.)
4. Once the lat/long has been
matched, you have the option of
assigning a name to the point.
Nearby Places Search
2. Enter a latitude and longitude
in the appropriate format, using
the drop-down pick lists for N
or S, and E or W.
All destinations included
in the trip will be
entered, preserving the
stop order of the original
saved trip. The trip
itinerary will also be
included.
Tap Menu > Trip > Nearby Places
to do a quick Points of Interest search
centered around your current location
(requires a GPS fix).
Closing CoPilot
To exit the CoPilot application on your Pocket PC, select Menu > Quit.
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Driver Safety/Map/Itinerary Screens
NOTE: It is not safe to attempt to alter settings on your Pocket PC while you
are driving. Either have a passenger make changes, or pull over to a safe area.
At the bottom of the Map Screen are the estimated time of arrival (ETA) at
your next destination and distance to that destination, and one customizable data
line (see p. 23).
Tap Menu > View to select how you want the guidance screen to display.
The choices in the View menu include three frame options for the map screen
and a "3D" option. See p. 23 for descriptions.
Driver Safety Screen
Tap Menu > View > Driver Safety. The Driver Safety Screen displays a textonly screen when your speed exceeds 10 m.p.h. and is the recommended view
for safe driving. When you’re within about .6 mile of a turn or driving less than
10 m.p.h., CoPilot automatically switches to the Map Screen display.
Next Turn
Instruction
Next Turn
Directional
Arrow
Distance to
Next Turn
Menu
Message Queue
(see p. 41)
Current Speed
(customizable,
see p. 23)
ETA
Itinerary Screen
GPS Status:
Green = 3D Fix
Yellow = 2D Fix
Red = No Fix
To see your trip Itinerary, tap Menu > View > Itinerary.
Distance to
Next Stop Live Network Connection
Map Screen
Tap Menu > View and select one of four map options (Where Am I, Next
Turn, Destination, or 3D).
The Map Screen displays when you are traveling at less than 10 m.p.h. and .6 mile
before each turn. It combines a large map display and concise text instructions.
At the top of the screen, your current road is shown with next turn directions
(a directional arrow and distance to the next turn). Use the Zoom In and
Zoom Out buttons in the lower right corner of the screen to change your view
of the map.
The Trip Itinerary is a scrollable set of driving directions for the current trip.
Roads on your route can be avoided using this screen (see p. 25) and stops can
be reordered (use the arrow buttons on the toolbar to move them up or down).
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Navigating Through CoPilot Screens
Map Modes
To switch views, tap Menu > View and choose a view from the drop-down menu.
CoPilot gives you a choice of several different display modes for the Map Screen:
Driver Safety Screen - Text only,
switches to the map below 10 m.p.h.
3D Perspective
Where Am I - Map screen, frames a
close-up view of your current position.
CoPilot’s two-dimensional default display mode
can be changed to a three-dimensional
perspective based off an isometric camera angle.
Next Turn - Map screen, frames your
current position to the next turn.
The 3D map display contains distance markers
to your next turn superimposed on the road.
Destination - Map screen, frames the
view from your current position to your
final destination.
3D View - Map screen in 3D.
Trip Itinerary Screen - Basic text
overview of all your upcoming screens.
Night Mode
Night Mode is available in 2D or 3D (3D
perspective is shown to the right). It dims the
PDA display and a darker map display is used to
reduce glare and eye strain while driving with
CoPilot at night. CoPilot automatically switches
to Night Mode based on your location and
current time. To switch modes manually, use
Left on the Directional Pad to toggle them.
Customizing the Guidance Screens
The line above the ETA in CoPilot’s guidance screens can be customized. Tap
Menu > Trip > Settings > Guidance. Use the Custom Display pick list to
set this line to show your current road, nearest crossroad, nearest major road,
nearest town, ETA, or speed. Another way to change this line is by tapping on it
to toggle through the options.
Several map features can also be customized. See Settings, p. 26 for all the
available options.
Route Over
Route Over highlighting outlines your route in
black on the map for more visibility. This option
is turned on by default.
To turn the Route Over option off, tap Menu
> Trip > Settings > Map. Uncheck Route
Over.
Customizable
Display Line
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Trip Editing and Waypoints
Picking Stops From the Map
To get to the Going To screen from the guidance screens at any time, tap Menu
> Trip > Edit. From here you can edit the current trip, add additional stops, or
start a new trip.
CoPilot enables you to pick a stop off the map when you don’t know the exact
address of your destination. In any mode, tap and hold on your target
location on the map. (A short tap displays street names if you’re not sure where
you are pointing.) In the screen that appears, enter a name for the place you
picked and tap Apply. The new place will be added to your trip itinerary.
Tap any stop on your itinerary to activate a pop-up menu that lets you delete
the stop, zoom to it on the map, or move it up or down to change the stop
order. This menu also lets you designate a stop as a “waypoint” (tap Set as
Waypoint). Waypoints are not considered as stops in the Itinerary, their
purpose is to guide CoPilot’s route calculations along roads that you choose.
To change a waypoint back to a stop, choose Set as Stop from the menu.
Waypoints appear with “>>” instead of a stop number on the list of destinations.
CoPilot ignores waypoints when calculating the ETA and distance to the next
stop, so settings waypoints can be used to get the ETA and distance to a stop
that is not your next stop (see Getting ETA’s and Distances below).
Tap and Hold a point
on the map.
Name the stop, then
tap Apply.
Optimizing Stops
To rearrange the stops on your trip in the most efficient order, tap one of the
stops in the Going To screen. Select Optimize Stops from the menu that pops.
You must have at least three stops to optimize — the destination always remains
the same.
Getting ETA’s and Distances
The estimated time of arrival (ETA) and
distance to your next stop will always be
shown in the lower left corner of the Map
and Driver Safety screens. After entering a
destination, tap Start Driving to see the ETA/
distance.
If your trip has multiple stops and you want to
know the ETA for a destination that is not the
next stop, designate the stops between your
current location and the target stop as
waypoints (tap each one and choose Set as
Waypoint in the menu that pops up).
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Detour Feature
Avoiding Roads
CoPilot’s Detour Feature allows you to preview an alternate route before
deciding whether or not to take it. Perfect for situations in which traffic has
suddenly slowed ahead of you, the Detour Feature will generate an alternate
route and tell you exactly how much distance the new route will add to your trip.
You can then make an informed decision about whether you’re better off driving
through the delay or taking the new route.
CoPilot allows you to be selective about the roads you take on your trip.
There are two ways to do this: 1) you can customize your Trip Itinerary in
Guidance Mode so that CoPilot will avoid certain roads; or 2) you can guide
CoPilot’s route by entering stops as “waypoints”.
1. To see an alternate route, tap Menu >
Detour to request a new route.
1. Tap Menu > View > Itinerary. The Itinerary lists all roads you will be
traveling on if you have entered at least one destination.
Avoiding a Road in the Trip Itinerary
2. CoPilot’s voice will
tell you how many miles the
new route will add to your trip,
and will begin to give you new
turn instructions.
2. Tap the road you want
to avoid.
3. Tap Avoid Road from the
pop-up window and CoPilot
will calculate a new route
that avoids that road. This
can be repeated. If there is
no other possible road or the
alternate route is too
impractical, a new route
won’t be generated.
4. To Return to the
Original Route: You can
3. If you decide to use
the new route, just keep
driving.
4. If you decide
not to use the
new route, tap
Menu > Cancel
Detour.
return to the original route that
CoPilot gave you at any time
by tapping anywhere on the
itinerary and selecting Cancel
Avoid from the pop-up menu.
5. CoPilot will then
return you to your
original route.
Tailoring Your Route Using Waypoints
CoPilot lets you customize a route by designating some stops as
“waypoints”. Waypoints appear on the Itinerary but they’re not treated like
stops in Guidance Mode and or in routing instructions. You can enter a waypoint
along a road you want CoPilot to use, and CoPilot will guide you through the
waypoint toward your destination.
To designate a place as a waypoint, enter it as a stop in the Going To screen. Tap
and hold the location on the Going To list until a menu pops up, then choose Set
as Waypoint. Waypoints appear on the Going To list preceded by “>>” instead of
a stop number. To turn the location into a stop again, repeat and choose Set as
Stop. You can set as many waypoints as you like on a trip; however, CoPilot will
always recognize the last address in the Going To list as a stop.
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Settings
Advanced Routing Options:
Tap Menu > Trip >
Settings to change
settings that affect
CoPilot routing and
functionality.
1) Tap Advanced. Use the advanced
routing options to completely change how
CoPilot calculates routes. Advanced options
include some Basic options along with avoid/
favor preferences and average speed settings
for each road type CoPilot uses to for route
calculations.
2) Tap New to create a Profile.
3) Enter a name for this profile.
4) Select a Vehicle Type and Routing Type.
5) Choose a Toll Roads option (U.S. only).
6) (U.K. only) Check London Congestion
Zone Warning if desired.
Routing
Tap Routing to access routing options. RV routes
favor major roads and avoid sharp turns, U-turns,
and urbanized areas wherever possible. In the
United States only, RV routes completely avoid highways that have bridge heights under 12’6” (bridge
heights are not considered on smaller, local roads
however).
7) Check Take a break if desired, and set a
break time.
8) Check International Borders Open to
have routes cross borders where practical (U.S.
only).
9) Set Road Type Preferences. Select a
road speed and an avoid/favor level for each
road type. There are five levels of avoid/favor
for each road type. Note that a road type
that is heavily avoided will not be completely
excluded — CoPIlot will still use that road
type if there is no other efficient alternative.
Quickest routing is based on the most practical
route in terms of road quality, terrain, and urban/
rural. Shortest travels the least distance where
possible while maintaining some level of practicality.
Or choose Avoid Major Roads.
Toll Roads (U.S. only) — Select Always Avoid,
Use if Necessary, or No Restriction.
Avoid
London Congestion Zone Warning — (U. K.
only) Check to have CoPilot provide a warning
when your trip will pass through a congestion zone
(gives you the option to route around it) or when
your destination is within a congestion zone (gives
you the option to continue after warning).
Discourage
Neutral
Encourage
Take a Break every ___ hours for ___ hours
— Adjusts trip ETA to reflect stops for breaks.
Favor
International Borders Open — (U.S. only) If
checked, routes may cross international borders
to provide better routing. If this option is not
checked, no borders will be crossed.
NOTE: Even small changes to the avoid/favor
balance will have a significant effect on how
CoPilot calculates routes.
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10) Tap OK. Your new profile is now saved.
Map
11) Check Confirm Profile when Routing
if you want to be prompted to select a profile
before each trip.
Data areas that are currently downloaded to your
mobile device are shown at the bottom of this
screen.
12) Choose a profile from the Road
Preference Profile pick list and tap OK. This
is the profile CoPilot will now use to calculate
routes.
Map options are:
Units — Select Mile or KM as the unit of
distance.
Map Rotation — Select Heading Up to have
the map display always track your position moving
upward (this is the default settings), or North Up
to maintain north at the top as you drive.
Stylus Control — Box Zoom is selected by default. It enables you to zoom into
an area on the map by drawing a box around it with the stylus. Selecting Drag Map
lets you use the stylus to drag the map in any direction to a desired location. Place
the stylus on the map and move it across the screen.
Guidance
Tap Guidance. The settings under Speak Turn
Warning At determine how often and where
CoPilot will give you next turn information out
loud. All, none, or some boxes can be checked.
A pick list gives the options for Just Ahead: by
default you will be alerted 5 sec/100 ft before
every turn (5 seconds or 100 feet, whichever
is closest), but you can choose to have CoPilot
speak to you sooner (2 - 8 seconds before each
turn, or 100 feet).
POI Display — Never: Never display POI's on map.
When Stopped: Display POI's when your vehicle is stopped.
Always: Always display POI's.
Automatic Day/Night Mode: With this option on, CoPilot automatically switches
between Day/Night Mode at daybreak and dusk. See Map Modes, p. 23.
Turn Restriction Display: Show/hide turn restrictions on the map.
Route Over: This setting affects how CoPilot's calculated route displays on the map.
When turned on, the route is outlined in black for better visibility.
The pick list under Custom Display give you
display options for the line above the ETA in the
screens. This line can display the destination, current road, nearest crossroad,
nearest major road, nearest town, current time, speed, elevation, or heading.
NOTE: Defaults are set here, but you can also toggle through the options by
tapping the line itself.
NOTE: The list of Areas of Data shows which regions of map data are available.
Language and Speech
When pre-recorded sound (OGG) files are installed, this option allows the user to
choose a language and select an available voice for that language. Use the up and
down arrows to choose a language, then tap OK.
Check Display Route Arrow to have a yellow turn arrow appear on your route
on the map as you approach each turn (this option is turned on by default).
Check Amplify Speech Volume to have CoPilot speak louder (only active if the
TTS — text to speech — voice option was selected when CoPilot was installed).
Check Display GPS Arrow Trail to keep a trail of arrows that tracks your
position as you drive on the map.
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CoPilot Modes
Favorites
CoPilot has three modes of operation on the Pocket PC. Tap Menu > Mode to
select Guidance, Walking, or Planning Mode.
Tap Favorites to open your List of Favorite
Addresses.
Guidance Mode
To change the assignment of your work or
home address, highlight your choice on the list
and then tap either Work or Home.
In Guidance Mode, you enter one or more
destinations, then tap the Start Driving
button to start driving and receive guidance.
This mode provides you with on-screen and
spoken driving directions and other
information relevant to your trip, such as
estimated time of arrival and distancve to the next stop.
To receive driving directions and other data, you must have a GPS receiver
attached to your Pocket PC and the receiver must be in a good position to
receive signals. Also, Receiving must be turned on in the GPS menu.
To edit an address, highlight it and tap Edit.
Then make your changes in the Edit Address
screen and click Next. Note: POI’s cannot
be edited, you will get a “No matches found”
error message if you try.
To delete a favorite, highlight it and tap Delete One. To delete all favorites, tap
Delete All.
Walking Mode
NOTE: When your favorites list is filled (50), each new address will
replace the address that has been inactive for the longest period of time.
Take CoPilot with you wherever you go! Walking Mode provides an as-thecrow-flies distance and direction line to your destination, directions that are
perfect for walking. A GPS receiver must be attached and receiving signals.
POIs
Planning Mode
Tap Enable to enable POI Alerts. CoPilot
will then alert you with voice prompts to the
presence of points of interest as you approach
them. You can use the drop-down pick list to
set how far away you’ll be when you receive
the alerts. In the list of POI categories, select
which types of POIs should be reported.
Planning Mode lets you use your Pocket PC as a pre-trip planning tool or easyto-use reference guide. Planning Mode lets you view static maps and directions
without the need for a GPS receiver.
Trip itineraries you create in Planning Mode can be saved and then loaded in any
mode at a later time (generate directions, then select Save Trip As from the
Tools menu).
Select On Route or Near Route, to either
limit alerts to POIs right on your route or to
include POIs that are nearby.
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The GPS Menu
GPS Status
Tap Menu > Options > GPS to display the GPS menu.
To view your satellite activity at any time, first
tap the GPS Status option. Here you will receive
information on speed, lat/long position, heading,
and time and date.
Setup GPS — Tap Setup GPS to connect CoPilot
to your GPS receiver through an automatic scan or
by setting the COM Port and Baud Rate manually.
GPS Status — Text display of information from
your GPS receiver, including your latitude/longitude,
heading, speed, and elevation.
Satellites — Graphic display of satellites detected.
Reset GPS — Allows you to reset the starting area
from which the GPS receiver looks for satellites.
This can speed up initial satellite acquisition if you've
travelled without using CoPilot (e.g. you've taken a
long plane flight).
Satellites
For more satellite acquisition information, tap the
Satellites option. To get a 3-D fix (required for
CoPilot to locate your position) you must have
four satellites “in the green” for several seconds.
Track Playback — Start playback of CoPilot .gps track files.
Turn Receiving On/Off — Switch receiving on or off. If receiving is off,
CoPilot won't provide turn instructions.
Setup GPS
Reset GPS
If CoPilot is having trouble acquiring a GPS fix, try
tapping Reset GPS. You will be asked to enter a
city within 100 miles of your current location:
1. Tap Next.
2. Type a state abbreviation.
3. Tap Next again.
4. In the next screen, enter a city or
ZIP code.
5. Tap Finish.
Tap Setup GPS to have CoPilot search for your GPS receiver (your receiver
must be attached). Choose Bluetooth or Other and tap Next. Tap Next to
start the scan. When your receiver is located, you’ll see the message “GPS
connection configured successfully”. Tap Finish to continue.
CoPilot should now be able to acquire a GPS fix on
your location, and you’ll see the message “GPS
connection configured successfully”. If this process
is not successful, see Troubleshooting, p. 45.
If you need to change the COM port setting, tap Manual, make the change, then
tap Next.
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Reference: Screens & Buttons in
Guidance Mode on Your Pocket PC
Track Playback
The following is a summary guide to the screens and buttons you will see on your
Pocket PC as you operate CoPilot in Guidance Mode.
Home Screen
The Home screen appears when you first
open CoPilot. If you don’t want to see
it at startup, uncheck Show this screen
at startup. This screen can be accessed
from the Menu at any time. Home screen
options are:
1. CoPilot automatically
2. To access a track, tap
creates .gps track files as
once on the file you want
you drive, and stores them to select.
at the end of each trip.
To open a GPS track, select
Open GPS Track to open
a Windows folder of your
stored .gps files.
Going To to enter a destination and
receive guidance
Start Demo to start a product demo
for first-time users
Help topics about basics such as trip
entry, hardware setup, and options
Options to change CoPilot routing,
guidance, and map options
Live Setup for live communications
GPS to set up your GPS and for GPS
information
3. Now select Play
Track and set the Track
Playback Speed to start
track playback. You can
come back to this screen
to Pause/Play a GPS
track once it starts.
Turn Receiving On/Off
Going To Screen
Tap Turn Receiving Off once if you want to turn
GPS receiving off. Tap again to turn it back on.
When receiving is off, CoPilot will be unable to
provide driving instructions.
This screen displays a scrollable list of
all stops in the current trip, numbered in
the order CoPilot will route to them.
Tap and hold the stylus on a stop to
open a menu that lets you delete the
stop, zoom to it on the map, move it up
or down on the list, or make it a waypoint (an unreported stop that guides
your route along preferred roads). You
can also optimize the stop order for a
more efficient route using this menu.
Tap Add Stop to enter another stop in
the Going To screen, New Trip to delete
all stops and start a new trip, or Start
Driving to receive guidance.
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Determining Current Position
Select Stop Screen
When you see this screen, CoPilot is in
the process of determining where you are.
This can take a few seconds. The
picture under the text will indicate how
close you are to acquiring a fix.
NOTE: The first time you use CoPilot,
it can take 15-20 minutes to acquire a
fix, or more if you are not in a stationary
position.
In this screen you add stops to your trip.
There are nine different types of stop
entry to choose from:
Enter a new Address
Program or enter a Home address
Program or enter a Work address
Select from your Favorite list
Enter an Outlook Express Contact
Heavy foliage, tall buildings, or any other
structures obstructing communications
may interfere with CoPilot's ability to
track your location. Like your car radio,
GPS tracking can also be affected by
weather conditions if severe. CoPilot will
continue tracking as soon as adequate
signals are available.
Search for a Point of Interest (POI)
Enter a Latitude/Longitude point
Pick on Map
Enter an Intersection
More....
Enter a previously Saved Trip
Driver Safety Screen
The Driver Safety Screen automatically displays when your vehicle travels at more
than 10 m.p.h. If you are a passenger and want to see the map at this point, tap
the top or bottom of the screen, tap the Change View toolbar button and then
the Map button (see Navigating Through CoPilot Screens, p. 23).
No GPS Signal
When you see this screen it means that
CoPilot is not receiving data from the GPS
unit.
Next turn instruction.
1) Check that all your connections have
been made correctly, and that all wires are
secure.
Next turn arrow and distance to next turn.
2) Make sure your receiver is plugged into
your vehicle's power source.
3) In the drop-down GPS menu on your
Pocket PC, be sure Receiving is checked.
Customizable display line, tap to cycle
through your current road, nearest
crossroad, nearest major road, nearest
town, ETA, or speed.
Also see Troubleshooting, p. 45.
ETA and Distance to Next Stop display.
Messaging, Traffic, and GPS Status indicators.
(Green = 3D fix, Yellow = 2D fix,
Red = no fix)
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Map Screen
Trip Buttons
Tap the Menu button and then tap Trip to
invoke these trip editing eatures:
Next turn directional arrow.
Edit... — The Edit button takes you back to
the Going To screen where you can edit your
trip.
Distance to next turn.
Route ahead highlighted in green, upcoming
turn marked with yellow arrow.
Add Stop... — The Add Stop button takes
you to the Select Stop screen.
Customizable data display, tap to cycle
through current road, nearest crossroad,
nearest major road, nearest town, ETA,
or speed.
Nearby Places — The Nearby Places
button lets you do a quick Points of Interest
search centered around your current location
(requires a GPS fix).
Messaging, Traffic, and GPS Status indicators.
(GPS reception is good when green, fair
when yellow. Red indicates no fix.)
Save Location — Save your current GPS
location as a Favorite.
Save Trip — Save your current trip.
ETA and Distance to Next Stop display.
Switch View: To switch views, tap Menu > View and choose a view
Itinerary Screen
from the drop-down menu.
The Itinerary provides turn-by-turn driving directions. In this screen you can
highlight a road to avoid and CoPilot will generate a detour around that road
(see Avoiding Roads, p. 25).
Driver Safety Screen - Text only,
switches to the map below 10 m.p.h.
Where Am I - Map screen, frames a
close-up view of your current position.
Distance between turns.
Next Turn - Map screen, frames your
current position to the next turn.
Direction of turns along your route.
Destination - Map screen, frames the
view from your current position to your
final destination.
Names of roads for upcoming turns.
3D View - Map screen in 3D.
Trip Itinerary Screen - Basic text
overview of all your upcoming screens.
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Trip Planning on Your Pocket PC
You can use CoPilot on your Pocket PC for trip planning whether or not the
GPS receiver is connected and receiving data. Planning Mode allows you to run
a trip on your Pocket PC even when you're not in your car. You'll get driving
directions and maps that you can use for reference before your trip begins.
5. To see driving directions, tap
Menu > View > Itinerary.
1. First turn on your Pocket PC
and launch CoPilot (tap Start >
Programs > CoPilot). Then
tap Menu > Mode > Planning.
2. The Plan Trip screen will open.
Tap Add Stop, then add stops
to your trip as you would in
Guidance Mode.
6. Your trip, along with the trip
itinerary, can be saved and
then opened later in Guidance
Mode (see below).
Saving and Loading Trip Itineraries
To save a trip itinerary you put together in Planning or Guidance Mode, select
Menu > Trip > Save Trip from the pop-up Tools menu. Give the trip a name
and tap Ok. At a later time you can open the trip in Guidance Mode using the
Saved Trip option in the Select Stop screen..
3. The first stop (0) on the Plan Trip
itinerary is the starting point of your
trip. Tap Get Directions when you
have entered all your stops.
4. Now you’ll see your route on
the map. You can tap the zoom
buttons to zoom your view in
and out.
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Trip Planning on Your Desktop
You can use CoPilot's desktop functions to map out routes and print
maps and driving directions before getting on the road. Desktop trip planning is
an additional feature of CoPilot that is in no way connected to using your Pocket
PC for route guidance.
Run Trip
On the following pages you will find brief descriptions of CoPilot’s desktop
trip planning capabilities. For more detailed descriptions, open CoPilot Help
from the desktop application (Help menu > Help Contents and Search, or
click the Help button on the toolbar). Go to Desktop Trip Planning in the
Contents tab.
Run Trip button or Run Trip
in the Trip menu.
To begin planning a trip on your desktop, click the Planning icon in the sidebar
to the left of the map. Using the drop-down menus you can select from a
number of planning features. Many of these features can also be accessed from
the toolbar. Place your cursor on any toolbar button without clicking to see
what it does.
Generates the route for the trip
you entered. Displays a detailed
Trip Summary, Map and
Driving Directions.
New Trip
Edit Trip
New Trip button or New
Trip in the File menu.
Edit Trip button or Edit
Trip in the Trip menu.
Opens the Trip Planner window where you
can create a new trip, arrange the order of
stops on your route, add or edit Favorites
(these can be downloaded to your Pocket
PC along with map data), search for Points
of Interest, or use your Contacts database
to add stops to your trip. Click Run to
receive driving directions and a map.
Takes you back to the Trip Planner window where
you can edit stops on your existing trip or click
Clear to delete all stops and begin a new trip.
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Save Trip
Print
Save Trip button or Save
Trip.../Save Trip As... in the File
menu.
Print button or Print... in
the File menu.
Opens a standard Windows dialog where you
can name your trip and save it to your hard
drive either before or after running it in the
Trip Planner.
Takes you to the standard Windows Print
options for printing the active window that contains your map or driving directions. Activate
the map or directions by clicking on
it or selecting it in the Window menu. Select
Print TravPak... from the File menu to print driving directions, an overview map, and a zoomed
map of each stop.
Open Trip
Help
Open Trip button or Open
Trip... in the File menu.
Help button or Help Contents
and Search in the Help menu.
Opens a standard Windows dialog where
you can select a saved trip to open in the
Trip Planner window.
Opens the CoPilot Help window with the
Contents tab open on the left. From here
you can search for help by topic, use the
Index, or Search for a word or phrase.
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Zoom In
More Detail
Zoom In button or
Zoom In in the Map
menu.
More Detail button or
Detail > Show More in
the Map menu.
Each time you click this
button, your view will
be zoomed in by one
increment. The zoom
level is shown in the
title bar of the map
window.
Click once to increase
the level of detail you
see on the map by one
increment without
changing the zoom level.
Zoom Out
Less Detail
Less Detail button or
Detail > Show Less in the
Map menu.
Zoom Out button or
Zoom Out in the Map
menu.
Click once to decrease
the level of detail you
see on the map by one
increment without
changing the zoom level.
Each time you click this
button, your view will
be zoomed out by one
increment. The zoom
level is shown in the
title bar of the map
window.
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Zoom To Region
Pick Stops
Zoom to Region
button or Zoom Region
in the Map menu. This
function allows you to
zoom your map view to
a specific area. Choices
in the sub-menu will
depend on which
CoPilot data region(s)
were purchased.
To turn on Pick Stop mode,
click the Pick Stops button
or right-click on the map and
select Pick Stops. Then click
on any point on the map to
enter it as a stop. The map
view must be zoomed in
to level 11 or 12. At lower
zoom levels, keep clicking
on the map until level 11 is
reached (level is displayed in
the CoPilot window title bar).
In the dialog that opens, you can
choose to enter the point as a start
place, a waypoint, or a destination.
Refresh Map
Options (Tools Menu)
Refresh Map button
or Refresh Map in the
Map menu. When
scrolling through a
map you may notice
it takes a few seconds for all the data
to catch up. This
function will snap the
entire screen to a
new map.
Select Options from the drop-down
Tools menu.
In this window you can change the way you view your desktop maps and various
application settings. For example, in the General tab you can choose the
measure of distance (miles vs. kilometers), and the Map tab lets you adjust the
appearance of features on the map such as roads and points of interest.
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Reference: CoPilot on Your Desktop
Landmark Reporting
The following is a guide to the main screens you will see as you use CoPilot on
your desktop/laptop computer for trip planning.
Map Window
Menus and toolbar buttons
to access all of CoPilot's
desktop features.
Click on a tab to frame any
stop on your route.
Select Landmark Reporting from
the drop-down Trip menu.
Map of area around your
destination. Zoom in and
move your cursor over a
street to view its name.
In this window you can control how many
Landmarks CoPilot points out when generating
driving directions.
Distance Scale.
Latitude/longitude position
of your cursor on the map.
Help Menu
Trip Planner Window (Cities & Addresses)
Use the drop-down Help menu to access
CoPilot Help for assistance with all aspects
of the software and to quickly access
ALK’s web site.
Click Cities and Addresses.
Enter city name/state, or
ZIP code. Enter an address
(optional), with the option to
add a Name to it. Click the
Add Stop button to add the
stop to the Itinerary.
Move stops up or down on
your Itinerary, zoom to stop
location on the map, delete a
stop, or add a favorite.
See p. 26 for routing options.
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Trip Planner Window (Contacts)
Trip Planner Window (Points of Interest)
Enter a person’s first or last
name and hit <Enter>.
CoPilot will search your
Contacts database for matches.
Click Points of Interest tab.
Enter a City, State or ZIP
code in which you would like to
search, a radius within which
to search, choose a category
and type from the drop-down
menu, and click the binoculars
to search. You can also enter a
name to narrow down the search
in the POIs that start with
box.
Select the Contacts address
type (as defined in Outlook)
to get the appropriate address,
then click the Add Stop button
to add it to your Itinerary.
When you click Run in the Trip Planner window, your route will be calculated
and driving directions and a map will display. To print either one, click on it and
choose Print from the File menu. To print directions plus all map views, choose
TravPak Printing.
You will be given a list of matches
to your search criteria. Highlight
your selection and click Select.
Click the Add Stop button to
add it to your Itinerary.
Driving Directions and Map (Split Screen)
Atlas, Start, and End tabs
will zoom to the map view
of those places respectively.
Trip Planner Window (Favorites)
Select Favorites tab.
Highlight a selection from
your list of places by clicking
on it. You can zoom to it on the
map, or Delete it from the list
using the buttons to the right.
Click the Add Stop button to
add a favorite to your Itinerary.
See p. 26 for routing options.
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Driving directions give you turnby-turn instructions including
ramps and exits, and distance
and time between turns.
Routing Options
Fuel Cost Calculator
Click the Options button in the
Trip Planner window to access
CoPilot routing options.
To calculate an estimate of your
fuel costs for a trip, select Fuel
Cost Calculator from the Trip
menu before you run your route.
Fill in the average cost per gallon
of fuel that you expect to pay,
and the distance per gallon you
can expect to get in your vehicle.
Click OK, then run your trip. A
fuel cost estimate based on what
you entered will be calculated
and shown in the Trip Summary
that CoPilot creates for every
trip you run.
Auto and Quickest is the
default setting, and provides the
quickest routing for automobiles
based on practical considerations
such as road quality, terrain, and
urban/ rural classifications. RV
routing favors major roads and
avoids sharp turns, U-turns, and
urbanized areas where possible. In
the U.S. only, RV routing avoids 12'
6" height restrictions on highways.
Scenic routing avoids major
roads and favors more rural and
scenic roads wherever possible
and practical.
Also see Routing, p. 26.
Click Advanced to set general
road preferences. Drag the
sliding bars to the left or right to
avoid or favor each road type.
Set the road speeds CoPilot uses
in its route calculations for each
type of road by either typing or
clicking the up and down arrows
under Rural and Urban for each
road type.
Trip Summary
Select Run in the Trip Planner
window to run the trip.
The Trip Summary will show start
and end places, and the number of
stops in between them.
Total distance and time for trip.
Estimated fuel cost for your trip
based on entries in the Fuel Cost
Calculator (Trip menu).
Click OK to view map and
driving directions.
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CoPilot Live Communications
CoPilot Live allows you to maintain two-way communication with drivers who are
using CoPilot and to actually see where they are currently located. You can do this
from the CoPilot Live web page.
2. Choose an Account Name and Password that you will use to login to
the CoPilot Live network.
Using this CoPilot Live functionality requires the following:
4. Click “Submit” to create your account.
3. Fill in the rest of the required information.
1) If you want to track and message other drivers from a desktop or
laptop computer: Your PC must be connected to the internet so that you
can access our CoPilot Live web page through a normal web browser.
Set Up Your Pocket PC
Take advantage of your Pocket PC’s wireless Internet (GPRS) connection for real-time
traffic alerts, tracking, messaging, and itinerary updates.
2) If you want others to track and send messages to you: CoPilot Live
must be running on your Pocket PC in your vehicle. You must have a
wireless Internet connection.
First, create your Username and Password on the CoPilot Live website as described
above. Then, on your Pocket PC, open CoPilot and select Menu > Live >
Connections. Live options are:
About the CoPilot Live Web Page
• Connection: Turn Wireless Communication On. Tap Edit and enter the
Account Name and Password you created on the CoPilot Live web site.
The Vehicle Name is how others will identify you. Choose your Internet
Connection and manually Connect or Disconnect.
As a CoPilot user, you can create an account on our website that allows your family,
friends, and coworkers to “see” you and communicate with you anywhere in the world!
Through the website you can do all of the following:
•
Send text messages to CoPilot users on the road, using large, customizable,
one-touch response buttons to ensure driver safety.
•
Real-time tracking of other people who are on the road. See their current
location, destination, ETA and much more on a map.
•
Send trip itinerary updates including new stops and revised destinations — you
can coordinate a change in plans with someone who’s on the road right now.
•
Create an online account from where you can send temporary or permanent
tracking numbers to friends and family, giving you tighter control of the
security so you know who has access to you while you’re on the road. You
can also create and join groups with other CoPilot users, and manage all your
account preferences.
NOTE: Your screen name, user name, and/or password can be changed as many
times as you like. But you’ll need to change your user name or password on the
Live Web page before changing them on your Pocket PC. This is not required for
your screen name.
• Invites: Invitations can be sent to e-mail recipients for real-time location
tracking.
• Messages: View or Delete messages received.
• Settings: Choose the message timeout and how frequently you want to
broadcast your position. Less frequent broadcasts will reduce the data traffic
on your Internet plan.
To learn more about CoPilot’s Live capabilities, visit ALK’s CoPilot Live web page at
http://live.alk.com (North America) or http://live.alk.eu.com (Europe). Click the
Help button at the top of the home page.
Your Live connection status is shown at the bottom right of the black information
bar:
• Green — Good.
Set Up a CoPilot Live Web Account
• Yellow — OK. Usually seen when first connecting or in poor GPRS coverage.
To use Live capabilities, your Pocket PC must have a wireless Internet connection. To
create your account on the CoPilot Live website:
• Red — No connection. Check your GPRS network coverage and Live settings.
1.
Go to the web site for your region:
• North America: http://live.alk.com
• Europe: http://live.alk.eu.com
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Real-Time Traffic Information
In addition to providing users with pre-trip planning and GPS route guidance
capabilities, CoPilot uses wireless communications to automatically send real-time
information to drivers, notifying them of traffic incidents (accidents, traffic jams, etc.)
along the route ahead and potential alternate routes. As soon as you enter a
destination, CoPilot will provide dynamic driving directions and regularly updated
traffic incident reports.
Using Traffic
In Guidance Mode, press Menu > Traffic. Options in this menu are:
• Check Route: Select Check Route to manually check for traffic incidents
along your current route.
• Find Traffic: Select Find Traffic to search for traffic incidents around any
location.
There are two ways to receive real-time traffic feeds with CoPilot Live:
1. Use a wireless Internet (GPRS) connection to receive traffic incidents through
a traffic service provider.
• Review Traffic: To view or change your traffic routing, press Menu > Traffic
> Review Traffic.
2. Use a TMC-enabled traffic receiver to obtain traffic incidents through a
dedicated FM band.
• Clear Traffic: To set all incidents to Ignore, press Menu > Traffic > Clear
Traffic.
Traffic is an optional additional-cost service and is not available in all areas.
Avoiding a Traffic Incident: When CoPilot sends a traffic incident alert,
pressing 9 will open a list of current traffic incidents. You can choose to Avoid or
Ignore each incident — highlight it and press Menu > Avoid or Menu > Ignore.
CoPilot will automatically route around any route you choose to avoid.
Real-Time Traffic in Guidance Mode
Provided that CoPilot has GPS acquisition, a user-inputted destination, and a
traffic feed (GPRS or TMC), it will provide regularly updated traffic incident reports
in Guidance Mode. As soon as you input a destination, CoPilot will begin
providing dynamic driving directions as well as regularly updated traffic incident
reports and alternate routes based on the user’s destination and route ahead.
Traffic Icon Display
CoPilot obtains traffic content from a traffic server or TMC station and displays the
information in its maps and itinerary. Incidents are displayed on the map using the
following indicators:
Traffic Options
To configure traffic options, on your Pocket PC select Menu > Traffic.
General Incident
• Settings:
• Get Incidents: Set to Always to have CoPilot check for traffic incidents
when you first run a route and periodically after that as you drive into new
areas.
Accident
Road Construction
• Default Incidents: Choose either Ignore or Avoid. If a new traffic alert
times out before you look at it, that incident will take the default action. The
Avoid setting will generate an alternate route.
Weather
• Speak Incidents: Set the frequency at which CoPilot announces incidents.
• Incident Alert: Restrict when CoPilot displays alerts.
Traffic Jam
• TMC Settings: Select your traffic data source, time and frequency settings.
• Connection: Live connection settings. Wireless Communication must be
turned on (see p. 41).
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Traffic Report Content
Creating/Using Your Own Voice
CoPilot Live alerts you when a traffic incident is detected on your route ahead. If
traffic is being checked automatically, the alert indicator appears along with incident
icons on the map that show the type and severity of the incident (see p. 42). An
alert sound accompanies the incident display. Incidents are ignored or avoided
based on your option settings (see p. 42).
You can create your own voice or load voices that other CoPilot users have
created and posted online. To do this, create a folder with any name you want and
copy sound files with the exact names of the CoPilot sound files.
The CoPilot sound file names and their associate dialogues are:
Tapping the alert button will display the list of
current incidents. Tapping an incident icon on
the list (red or green) toggles between Ignore
(green icon) and Avoid (red icon). Tapping
the item text on the list brings up a menu of
response options. Select Details... to see
details about the incident. In this screen, use
the Back and Next buttons to scroll through
all incidents on the list. Select Map to see the
location of the traffic congestion on the map.
If you choose to Avoid the incident, a new route will be calculated to avoid
congestion. If you Ignore the incident, your route will continue unchanged. If
an alert times out before you respond to it, CoPilot will use the default incident
action (see Traffic Options, p. 42).
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File Name
Dialogue
100y.wav
150y.wav
1kmWarning
1miWarning
200mWarning
200y.wav
250y.wav
2kmWarning
2miWarning
300y.wav
350y.wav
3tenthmiWarning
400y.wav
450y.wav
500mWarning
500y.wav
50y.wav
Arrived
BearLeft
BearRight
CancelDetour
CPWelcome
Detour
Fspcam.wav
Junction.wav
JustAhead
Keepleft.wav
Keepright.wav
Keeps.wav
LeftTurn
One Hundred Yards Ahead
One Hundred Fifty Yards Ahead
1 Kilometer Ahead
1 Mile Ahead
200 Meters Ahead
Two Hundred Yards Ahead
Two Hundred Fifty Yards Ahead
2 Kilometers Ahead
2 Miles Ahead
Three Hundred Yards Ahead
Three Hundred Fifty Yards Ahead
3/10ths of a Mile Ahead
Four Hundred Yards Ahead
Four Hundred Fifty Yards Ahead
500 Meters Ahead
Five Hundred Yards Ahead
Fifty Yards Ahead
Approaching Stop
Bear Left
Bear Right
Cancelling Detour
Welcome to CoPilot
Finding Detour
Attention Fixed Automatic Safety Camera
Take Motorway Junction
Just Ahead
Keep Left
Keep Right
Keep Straight Ahead
Turn Left
Software Registration
NextStop
PoiAhead
Rdestination.wav
RightTurn
Roundabout1
Roundabout10
Roundabout2
Roundabout3
Roundabout4
Roundabout5
Roundabout5
Roundabout7
Roundabout8
Roundabout9
SafetyCam
SharpLeft
SharpRight
Spcam.wav
TakeExit
Then
TrafficWarning
TurnAround
Waypoint
Continuing to Next Stop
Point of Interest Ahead
You Have Reached Your Destination
Turn Right
Take 1st Exit at Roundabout
Take 10th Exit at Roundabout
Take 2nd Exit at Roundabout
Take 3rd Exit at Roundabout
Take 4th Exit at Roundabout
Take 5th Exit at Roundabout
Take 6th Exit at Roundabout
Take 7th Exit at Roundabout
Take 8th Exit at Roundabout
Take 9th Exit at Roundabout
Safety Camera Ahead
Make a Sharp Left
Make a Sharp Right
Speed Camera Ahead
Take Exit
Then
Traffic Incident Reported
Turn Around
Approaching Stop
Registered users are entitled to technical support, discounts on new versions of
CoPilot, new product information, and software enhancements.
NOTE: Software activation does NOT register your software, they are two
separate processes.
In North America: You can register your software at www.alk.com (click
"Support Center") or call ALK® Technologies at 888-872-8768 (M-F, 9:00 AM5:00 PM EST).
In Europe: Go to www.alk.eu.com and click "Support Center".
In Australia: Go to www.travroute.com.au and click "Support".
ALK Technologies has a one-per-licensing non-transferable registration.
Unauthorized purchases from private owners are not supported or under
warranty, and special pricing does not apply.
Technical Support
After registering your software (see above), you're entitled to technical support
and discounts on new versions of CoPilot. Check out ALK’s web site for
technical support documentation and posted answers to common questions. If
the web site does not provide an answer to your question, technical support
for registered users is available during standard business hours (9:00 am-5:00pm
Monday-Friday). You should be at your computer and have your Product Key
Code available when you contact us (your Product Key Code can be found on
the front cover of the printed Quick Start that came with the product).
Please be sure to reach us using the contact information for your region
shown below. We are sorry, but our support staff in ALK’s regional offices cannot
respond to requests for assistance outside the areas they serve.
NOTE: The sound files must be saved in OGG or WAV format.
EXAMPLE:
North America - Web: www.alk.com, E-mail: cpsupport@alk.com,
Fax: 609-252-8166, Phone: 888-872-8768
- Create a folder—the name of the folder can be anything you want
(for this example we’ll use ‘Fun Voice’ as the folder name).
Europe - Web: www.alk.eu.com, E-mail: uksupport@alk.eu.com,
Postal: Suite 8, 4 Bloomsbury Square, London WC1A 2RP, UK
Phone: +44 (0)207 404 4222
- Record sound files to replace some or all of the CoPilot sound files
(CoPilot will use the default voice for sound files it does not find).
Australia - Web: www.travroute.com.au/support.html,
E-mail: support@travroute.com.au, Phone: 03-9855-1498
- Copy the folder with the new sound files to Storage Card\CoPilot\Save\
[Choose a language folder].
- Now when you select that language, you’ll see ‘Fun Voice’ as one of the
voice options (see page 5 for details on changing your voice).
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Troubleshooting
Using Help Files
Why can't I get a satellite reading the first time I use CoPilot?
CoPilot provides extensive Help Files, available on your desktop/laptop and your
Pocket PC, to guide you through the program as you use it.
The first time the GPS receiver is used it may take approximately 5 minutes to
acquire a fix (but may take as long as 15 minutes). You can minimize this time by
remaining stationary and positioning the GPS receiver so that it has a clear view
of the southern sky. Once initialized, the unit should acquire satellite signals in 40
seconds or less in the future.
To access Help on your Pocket PC, once the CoPilot application is launched, tap
the Tools pop-up menu at the bottom of the screen and select Help.
In the desktop application, click on the Help button in any window to open a
Help topic that describes how to use that window. For example, if you're
entering a stop in the Trip Planner window, the Help button will open at the topic
Entering Additional Stops. From there, you can navigate through other topics, or do
a search for information using the Search tab.
How can I speed up satellite acquisition?
Be sure that the GPS receiver has an unobstructed view of the sky. Trees,
buildings, and other obstacles are capable of blocking the satellite signals.
Another way to access the Help files on your desktop is through the Help menu.
Contents and Search will open Help with the Contents tab displaying the
main topics available. Topic Search opens the Search tab, where you can do a
word search.
In the drive screen on my Pocket PC I am receiving turn-by-turn instructions in the black
box, but CoPilot is not speaking. Why is that?
CoPilot provides voice prompts each time you come up on your next turn. In
order to hear these prompts you need to be sure the volume on your Pocket PC
is turned all the way up. On the Pocket PC in the Start menu go to Settings,
and click on Sounds & Reminders. Under System volume move the slide
bar all the way to the right. Or use your Pocket PC’s keypad to adjust the volume. Tap up to increase the volume, tap down to decrease it.
Data Corrections
From within CoPilot on your Pocket PC, you can also select Settings in the
Options menu, then tap the Guidance tab and be sure that Amplify Speech
Volume is checked.
The ALK map database undergoes constant revision as we strive to provide you
with the highest quality product. Revisions include the addition of new roads,
roadway upgrades, and the addition of new streets and addresses. If you encounter missing or inaccurate map data, please contact us so that we can include it in
our updates.
GPS PROBLEMS
The single best way to convey data corrections is through the submission of your
GPS tracks-every time CoPilot is on it records a GPS track that contains position
information that ALK uses to realign existing roads, fix one-way designations and
add new roads.
If you are not getting a GPS signal please check the following:
1. In the GPS menu, make sure there is a check mark next to Receiving.
To submit GPS tracks from within CoPilot:
2. If not, tap on Receiving to turn it on. If you cannot place a
check mark next to receiving by tapping on it, try using your Pocket PC’s
Reset button (located on the bottom or back of the device) while CoPilot
is open and the GPS unit is connected.
1. Connect you Pocket PC to your desktop via Activesync.
3. After you hit the Reset button, open the program again and make sure
Receiving is checked in the GPS menu. Your GPS unit should now
acquire a satellite fix.
4. From the top toolbar select GPS > Submit GPS Tracks.
2. Make sure you have Internet access from your desktop.
3. Open CoPilot on your desktop.
5. CoPilot pulls the GPS tracks from your Pocket PC and sends them to ALK
electronically.
Also be aware that heavy foliage, tall buildings, or any other structures
obstructing communications will interfere with CoPilot's ability to track your
location. Like your car radio, GPS tracking can also be affected by weather
conditions if severe. CoPilot will continue tracking as soon as adequate
signals are available.
To submit GPS tracks by E-mail:
On your Pocket PC your GPS tracks (files that end with .gps) are stored in your
My Documents > gpstracks folder.
If your map data is loaded onto a storage card, your tracks are stored in
the My Documents > gpstracks folder on that storage card.
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License Upgrade
If your map data is loaded onto your device memory, your tracks are
Your CoPilot desktop software contains street-level maps that cover all of the
United States, Canada, and Europe. CoPilot offers different licenses that allow you
to access European and/or Canadian maps on your mobile device. Licenses are
available for the following:
stored in the My Documents > gpstracks folder on your device.
1. Copy all GPS tracks to your desktop
2. Send them as an email attachment to data@alk.com
(1) Major region - Detailed street-level maps for any of the following regions:
Alps Ski Region, Benelux (Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg), Canada,
France, Germany, Italy, Pyrenees, Scandinavia, and the United Kingdom.
Specific Data Notes
Electronic Submission:
(2) Pan-Europe - Complete street-level maps for all of Europe
You can use our built-in Data Corrections form to supplement any GPS tracks
you submit. This form has space to make notes regarding specific problems with
map data.
(3) United States - Complete street-level maps for the entire U.S.
If you purchased CoPilot with a single (U.S.) region license and later want to use
street maps from other regions, you will need to purchase an upgrade license from
your dealer. After purchasing a CoPilot region, you will need to go through the
activation process.
1. Make sure your desktop is connected to the Internet
2. Open CoPilot on your desktop
3. From the top toolbar select Help > E-mail Data Corrections
4. Complete the form and click Send
Adding a Data Region
Contact ALK by Mail/Fax:
If you have purchased an additional data region after your initial purchase of
CoPilot, you will need to modify the original (“Base”) installation and activate the
new region.
You also have the option to write out any data corrections and/or create a CD
with GPS tracks and mail/fax them to:
North America:
ALK Technologies
Attn: Data Corrections
1000 Herrontown Road · Princeton, NJ · 08540 · USA
Fax: 609-252-8166
E-mail: data@alk.com
IMPORTANT: You can only use your Expansion Product Key AFTER you have
installed CoPilot with a Base Product Key. If you have not yet installed CoPilot,
please do so first and then follow the instructions below. The Base Product Key
can be found on the printed Quick Start Guide that comes with CoPilot.
ON YOUR DESKTOP/LAPTOP:
Europe:
ALK Technologies Limited
Suite 8, 4 Bloomsburg Square
London, WC1A 2RP · United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0)207 404 4222
Fax: +44 (0)207 404 7778
E-mail: ukcustservice@alk.eu.com
1. Insert your CoPilot Install Disc into your CD-ROM drive.
2. Select Modify and click Next when the InstallShield Wizard appears.
3. Enter your Expansion Product Key when prompted to enter a Product Key.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions.
5. The Activation Wizard will appear at the end of installation. Activation occurs
just as it did when you originally installed CoPilot.
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ON YOUR POCKET PC:
Return Policy
IMPORTANT: You must install CoPilot to your Pocket PC using your Base
Product Key AND you must have data downloaded to your Pocket PC before
using your Expansion Product Key.
ALK's 30-Day Money Back Guarantee and Return Policy
We know you'll love our products. If, however, you are not satisfied with any
CoPilot product you purchase directly from ALK, you may return it within 30
days for a refund of the price paid (excludes shipping and handling).
1. Open CoPilot on your Pocket PC.
2. Tap Menu > Options > Licensing from the menu at the bottom of the
screen.
For your return to be accepted:
You must have purchased directly from ALK. ALK products purchased at
retail locations are only refundable through the retailer under the retailer's
terms and conditions. You will have to contact the individual retailer for their
specific terms and conditions.
The postmark date on the package must be within 30 days of the original
product ship date.
If your product contains software, and you have activated the software, you
must first deactivate the software and provide to ALK the deactivation code
(you must activate our software to use it for more than a few days' time).
3. Tap Activate/Upgrade and enter your Expansion Product Key (found in your
order confirmation e-mail) when prompted to enter a Product Key.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions.
5. Activation occurs just as it did when you originally installed CoPilot.
If you have any questions, please visit our Support Center at www.alk.com (for
Europe, www.alk.eu.com) or send an e-mail to support@alk.com.
Region Selection
If your product contains a GPS receiver and it is scratched or otherwise
determined to be non-saleable by ALK, we will deduct a $50 usage fee from the
refund amount.
If you purchased an additional data region, when downloading map data to your
Pocket PC you will need to make sure the proper region is active. To do this, on
your desktop in Planning mode click the Map menu > Region > and check the
desired region.
To return your product, please follow the instructions below:
1. Fill out the return slip that came with your product or create your own
return slip that includes the following information: your name, address,
phone number, date of purchase, e-mail address, reason for return, and (if
applicable) your deactivation code.
2. Repackage your entire product (CDs, GPS receiver, etc.) and include the
return slip inside the package.
3. Send the package to:
In North America:
ALK Technologies
Attn: CoPilot Returns
1000 Herrontown Road
Princeton, NJ 08540, USA
In Europe:
ALK Technologies Limited
Suite 8, 4 Bloomsburg Square
London, WC1A 2RP
United Kingdom
For your protection, please use UPS, FedEx, or Insured Parcel Post for shipment
of returned products. ALK is not responsible for loss or damage during
shipping.
Your refund will appear on your credit card statement within 4-6 weeks after
ALK's receipt of the returned product.
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CoPilot ® End-User License Agreement
Electronic reproduction and transmission of output to remote locations is
not permitted.
ALK retains all rights not expressly granted. Nothing in this License Agreement
constitutes a waiver of ALK's rights under the U.S. copyright laws or other applicable copyright laws or any other federal or state law.
NOTE: On the following pages there are three separate license agreements for users
of North American, European, and Australian Data.
THIS IS A LEGAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU, THE USER (either an individual
or an entity), AND ALK TECHNOLOGIES, INC. ("ALK"). IF YOU DO NOT
AGREE TO THE TERMS OF THIS License, DO NOT OPEN THE PACKAGE.
Promptly return the unopened CD-ROM package and accompanying materials
(including written materials and containers) to the dealer from which you
obtained them for a full refund.
2. Term:
This License is effective upon receipt by you of the Software and upon opening
the package. The License is effective until terminated. You may terminate this
License at any time by returning all copies of the Software, and any portions
thereof, to ALK. The License terminates automatically if you fail to comply with
any of the terms of this License Agreement. You agree upon such termination to
return or destroy this CD-ROM and all other copies of the Software and certify
in writing to ALK that you have done so..
OPENING THE PACKAGE OR USING THE ENCLOSED SOFTWARE
INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE TERMS OF THIS License.
3. Limited Warranty:
ALK®Technologies, Inc. LICENSE AGREEMENT
CoPilot | Pocket PC 6 with NORTH AMERICAN DATA
LICENSES: 1 User
ALK warrants that all disc(s) on which the Software is furnished shall, for a period of 90 days from delivery (the "Warranty Period") be free, in normal use, from
defects in material and workmanship. ALK will have no responsibility to replace
any disc(s) that have been damaged by accident, abuse, or misapplication.
1. Grant of License:
This ALK License Agreement ("License") is a single-user, non-exclusive, nontransferable license agreement and not an agreement for sale. ALK hereby
licenses the Help Files and CD-ROM software identified above (collectively,
"the Software") to you under the following terms and conditions.
Customer Remedies: ALK's entire liability and your exclusive remedy shall be, at
ALK's option, either (a) return of the price paid or (b) replacement of the disc(s)
that does not meet ALK's Limited Warranty, and that is returned to ALK with a
copy of your receipt.
The Software may not be loaded onto a network of any type. You may use the
Software on any compatible personal computer, provided you use it on only one
computer at a time. The Software is "in use" on a computer when it is loaded into
the temporary memory (i.e., RAM) or installed into the permanent memory (e.g.,
hard disk, CD-ROM, or other storage device) of that computer. You may make a
single back-up or archival copy of the Software for back-up purposes only. You
may not transfer this Software or assign this License Agreement to another party.
Except as specifically provided above, ALK MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY
OR REPRESENTATION, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO
THE SOFTWARE OR DOCUMENTATION, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY
AS TO THE QUALITY, PERFORMANCE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT WILL ALK TECHNOLOGIES,
INC. BE LIABLE FOR DIRECT DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE License FEE OR
ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE OR
DOCUMENTATION, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES. IN NO CASE SHALL ALK'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF
THE License FEE.
You are not permitted to, during the term of this License Agreement and thereafter:
Use the Software on a network or file server.
Use or copy the Software or the accompanying documentation except as
provided in this License Agreement.
Alter, merge, modify, or adapt the Software or the accompanying documentation in any way including disassembling or decompiling this Software.
Loan, lease, sell, transfer, or sublicense the Software or the accompanying
documentation.
Copy, loan, lease, sell, transfer, or sublicense any output of this Software
(including but not limited to printed maps and driving itineraries); However,
you may provide a limited number of printed copies of a single trip to family
members or traveling companions.
You are not permitted to use the Software for motor-carrier tariff or routing
purposes.
While the information contained in the Software was believed to have been correct at the time of publication, ALK cannot guarantee its accuracy and shall not
be subject to liability for any errors or omissions. Information in the Software
and its accompanying preprinted materials is subject to change without notice
and does not represent a commitment or endorsement on the part of ALK.
Routes and miles generated by the Software are not suitable for commercial
truck use.
THE WARRANTY AND REMEDIES SET FORTH ABOVE ARE EXCLUSIVE AND
IN LIEU OF ALL OTHERS, ORAL OR WRITTEN, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. No
ALK dealer, distributor, agent, or employee is authorized to make any modifica-
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tion or addition to this warranty. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of implied warranties or limitation of liability for incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
Fonix have signed. The software in this packet ("Software") and its media and
documentation (collectively, the "Product") are protected by copyright and other
intellectual property laws and international treaties. You have no title to, or ownership of, the Product, other than its physical media. Fonix reserves all rights not
specifically granted in this Agreement.
4. Licensee's Responsibility:
You assume all responsibility for, and ALK shall not be liable for, all action taken,
decisions made, and advice given as a result of your use of the Software.
USE AND RESTRICTIONS: You may operate the Software on only one computer.
However, if you have purchased a network or multiple-user license, you may load
and use as many single-use copies and/or support as many concurrent users, in
the aggregate, as are authorized by such license. You may make only one copy
of the Software, retaining the Fonix CD or other media for storage and backup purposes. The Software does not include updates, maintenance, or support,
which may be separately available. This Software and its voice output are for
your personal, individual use only. You are not permitted to broadcast or distribute the voice output of the Software (i.e., synthesized speech) to more than one
person or to use the Software's voice output for any commercial purposes. You
may not modify, adapt, translate, rent, lease, loan, resell for profit, distribute, network, or create derivative works based on any part of the Software. You may not
reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the Software.
5. US Government Restricted Rights:
The Software and documentation are provided with restricted and limited rights.
Use, duplication, or disclosure by the Government is subject to restrictions set
forth in subparagraphs (c) (1) and (2) of the Commercial Computer SoftwareRestricted Rights clause at 48 CFR 52.227-19, as applicable. Manufacturer is ALK
Technologies, Inc., 1000 Herrontown Road, Princeton, NJ 08540.
6. General:
The export or re-export of the Software may be restricted by the laws of the
United States and other countries, and you shall not export this Software in
violation of any such applicable laws. This License Agreement is governed by the
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under this warranty, will be replacement of the defective media without charge.
EXCEPT FOR THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, FONIX MAKES NO WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Fonix does
not warrant that the product is entirely error-free. FONIX'S TOTAL LIABILITY
FOR ANY CLAIM OR DAMAGE ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF OR INABILITY
TO USE THE SOFTWARE SHALL BE LIMITED TO DIRECT DAMAGES, WHICH
SHALL NOT EXCEED THE License FEE YOU PAID. IN NO EVENT SHALL
FONIX BE LIABLE FOR LOST PROFITS, LOST DATA, INTERRUPTIONS OF
BUSINESS, OR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING
OUT OF THE USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE, REGARDLESS
OF WHETHER FONIX HAS NOTICE OF THE POTENTIAL FOR SUCH LOSS
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IMPORTANT! READ THIS License AGREEMENT BEFORE OPENING THIS
SOFTWARE PACKET. BY OPENING THE SEALED PACKET OR USING
THE SOFTWARE, YOU INDICATE YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE ENTIRE
AGREEMENT.
U.S. GOVERNMENT RESTRICTED RIGHTS: The Software and any accompanying
materials are provided with Restricted Rights. Use, duplications, or disclosure by
the Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in subparagraph (c)(1)(ii) of
The Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at DFARS 252.2277013 or subparagraphs (c)(1) and (2) of the Commercial Computer SoftwareRestricted Rights at 48 CFR 52.227-19, as applicable. Contractor/manufacturer is
Fonix Corporation at 1225 Eagle Gate Tower, 60 East South Temple St., Salt Lake
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User of selected Statistics Canada Computer File(s) and Distributor of derived
Information Products under Licensing Agreement 6147. No confidential information about an individual, family, household, organisation or business has been
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limited to such 30 day period provided that limitation is permitted by applicable
law.
ALK® Technologies, Inc. License AGREEMENT
CoPilot | Pocket PC 6 with EUROPEAN DATA
LICENSES: 1 User
End-User Remedies: If the Software does not conform to the "Limited
Warranty" above, ALK's entire liability and your sole and exclusive remedy will
be, at ALK's option, either to (i) correct the error, or (ii) help you work around
the error, or (iii) accept a return and issue a refund through your retailer. The
Limited Warranty is void if failure of the Software has resulted from your fault,
abuse, or misapplication. If we correct an error in the Software for you, then the
unexpired portion of the Limited Warranty period as at the date you informed
us of the error will apply to the corrected software once you have received the
corrected version.
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software (the "Software") on your computer constitutes your acceptance of
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USE AND RESTRICTIONS: You may operate the Software on only one computer. However, if you have purchased a network or multiple-user license, you
may load and use as many single-use copies and/or support as many concurrent
users, in the aggregate, as are authorized by such license. You may make only one
copy of the Software, retaining the Fonix CD or other media for storage and
back-up purposes. The Software does not include updates, maintenance, or support, which may be separately available. This Software and its voice output are
for your personal, individual use only. You are not permitted to broadcast or distribute the voice output of the Software (i.e., synthesized speech) to more than
one person or to use the Software's voice output for any commercial purposes.
You may not modify, adapt, translate, rent, lease, loan, resell for profit, distribute,
network, or create derivative works based on any part of the Software. You may
not reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the Software.
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THIS IS A LEGAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU, THE USER (either an individual
or an entity), AND ALK Technologies, Inc. ("ALK"). IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO
THE TERMS OF THIS License, DO NOT INSTALL THE SOFTWARE. Promptly
return the package and accompanying materials (including written materials and
containers) to the dealer from which you obtained them for a full refund.
INSTALLING THIS SOFTWARE INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE
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LIMITED WARRANTY: Fonix warrants that the Product's physical media will be,
under normal use, free from defects in material and workmanship for one year
from the date you purchased it. Fonix's entire liability, and your exclusive remedy
under this warranty, will be replacement of the defective media without charge.
EXCEPT FOR THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, FONIX MAKES NO WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Fonix does
not warrant that the product is entirely error-free. FONIX'S TOTAL LIABILITY
FOR ANY CLAIM OR DAMAGE ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF OR INABILITY
TO USE THE SOFTWARE SHALL BE LIMITED TO DIRECT DAMAGES, WHICH
SHALL NOT EXCEED THE License FEE YOU PAID. IN NO EVENT SHALL
FONIX BE LIABLE FOR LOST PROFITS, LOST DATA, INTERRUPTIONS OF
BUSINESS, OR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING
OUT OF THE USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE, REGARDLESS
OF WHETHER FONIX HAS NOTICE OF THE POTENTIAL FOR SUCH LOSS
OR DAMAGE.
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This ALK License Agreement ("License") is a single-user, non-exclusive, non-transferable license agreement and not an agreement for sale. ALK hereby licenses
the on-line User Guide and CD-ROM software identified above (collectively, "the
Software") to you under the following terms and conditions.
The Software may not be loaded onto a network of any type. You may use the
Software on any compatible personal computer, provided you use it on only one
computer at a time. The Software is "in use" on a computer when it is loaded
into the temporary memory (i.e., RAM) or installed into the permanent memory
(e.g., hard disk, CD-ROM, or other storage device) of that computer. If the
Software is permanently installed on the hard disk or other storage device of a
computer (other than a network server) and one person uses that computer
more than 80 percent of the time it is in use, then that person may also use the
Software on a portable or home computer. You may make a single back-up or
archival copy of the Software for back-up purposes only. You may not transfer
this Software or assign this License Agreement to another party.
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the Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in subparagraph (c)(1)(ii) of
The Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at DFARS 252.2277013 or subparagraphs (c)(1) and (2) of the Commercial Computer SoftwareRestricted Rights at 48 CFR 52.227-19, as applicable. Contractor/manufacturer is
Fonix Corporation at 1225 Eagle Gate Tower, 60 East South Temple St., Salt Lake
City, Utah 84111.
You are NOT permitted, during the term of this License Agreement and thereafter to:
Use the Software on a network or file server.
Use or copy the Software or the accompanying documentation except as provided in this License Agreement.
Alter, merge, modify, or adapt the Software or the accompanying documentation
in any way including disassembling or decompiling this Software.
Loan, lease, sell, transfer, or sublicense the Software or the accompanying documentation.
Copy, loan, lease, sell, transfer, or sublicense any output of this Software (including but not limited to printed maps and driving itineraries); However, you may
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members or traveling companions.
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terms shall remain in full force and effect. This Agreement shall be governed by
the internal laws of Utah. If you breach any term of this Agreement, Fonix may
terminate this license and you must return all copies of the Product to Fonix.
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You are not permitted to use the Software for motor-carrier tariff or routing
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decisions made, and advice given as a result of your use of the Software.
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This License is effective upon receipt by you of the Software and upon opening the
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ALK that you have done so.
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laws of the State of New Jersey.
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THE SOFTWARE, YOU INDICATE YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE ENTIRE
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that does not meet ALK's Limited Warranty, and that is returned to ALK with a
copy of your receipt.
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("Fonix"), but may be superseded by a separate license agreement that you and
Fonix have signed. The software in this packet ("Software") and its media and
documentation (collectively, the "Product") are protected by copyright and other
intellectual property laws and international treaties. You have no title to, or ownership of, the Product, other than its physical media. Fonix reserves all rights not
specifically granted in this Agreement.
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THE SOFTWARE OR DOCUMENTATION, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY AS
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DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE License FEE OR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE
OR INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE OR DOCUMENTATION, EVEN IF
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ALK'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF THE License FEE.
While the information contained in the Software was believed to have been correct at the time of publication, ALK cannot guarantee its accuracy and shall not be
subject to liability for any errors or omissions. Information in the Software and its
accompanying preprinted materials is subject to change without notice and does
not represent a commitment or endorsement on the part of ALK. Routes and
miles generated by the Software are not suitable for commercial truck use.
USE AND RESTRICTIONS: You may operate the Software on only one computer.
However, if you have purchased a network or multiple-user license, you may load
and use as many single-use copies and/or support as many concurrent users, in
the aggregate, as are authorized by such license. You may make only one copy
of the Software, retaining the Fonix CD or other media for storage and backup purposes. The Software does not include updates, maintenance, or support,
which may be separately available. This Software and its voice output are for
your personal, individual use only. You are not permitted to broadcast or distribute the voice output of the Software (i.e., synthesized speech) to more than one
person or to use the Software's voice output for any commercial purposes. You
may not modify, adapt, translate, rent, lease, loan, resell for profit, distribute, net-
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work, or create derivative works based on any part of the Software. You may not
reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the Software.
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You may only use the Whereis Data for your own personal use. You may only
install and use the Whereis Data on one device at any one time. You must not
copy, reverse engineer, adapt, modify, distribute, publish in any form or permit any
other person to use or deal with the whole or any part of the Whereis Data.
You must use reasonable steps to prevent any unauthorised copying or use of the
Whereis Data; and immediately notify the Licensor if you become aware of any
unauthorised copying or use of the Whereis Data by any person or of any other
infringement of the Licensor's rights in relation to the Whereis Data. The contact
details of the Licensor are as follows: Sensis Pty Ltd, 181-189 Victoria Parade,
Collingwood, Victoria 3066, Australia.
LIMITED WARRANTY: Fonix warrants that the Product's physical media will be,
under normal use, free from defects in material and workmanship for one year
from the date you purchased it. Fonix's entire liability, and your exclusive remedy
under this warranty, will be replacement of the defective media without charge.
EXCEPT FOR THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, FONIX MAKES NO WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Fonix does
not warrant that the product is entirely error-free. FONIX'S TOTAL LIABILITY
FOR ANY CLAIM OR DAMAGE ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF OR INABILITY
TO USE THE SOFTWARE SHALL BE LIMITED TO DIRECT DAMAGES, WHICH
SHALL NOT EXCEED THE License FEE YOU PAID. IN NO EVENT SHALL
FONIX BE LIABLE FOR LOST PROFITS, LOST DATA, INTERRUPTIONS OF
BUSINESS, OR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING
OUT OF THE USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE, REGARDLESS
OF WHETHER FONIX HAS NOTICE OF THE POTENTIAL FOR SUCH LOSS
OR DAMAGE. The above limitations may be superseded by law in some jurisdictions.
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the Licensor and Telstra) in and to the Whereis Data are the sole and exclusive
property of, or a use under license by, the Licensor (or its licensors). Except to
the extent permitted by this License, you do not acquire any intellectual property
rights in or to the Whereis Data.
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To the extent permitted by law, the Licensor does not make any warranties of
any kind, whether express or implied, including any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness of the Whereis Data for a particular purpose. Licensor's
liability for breach of any condition or warranty implied by statute which cannot
be excluded is (to the extent permitted by law) limited to, in the case of the
supply of goods, the repair, replacement or re-supply of the goods or of equivalent goods or the payment of the cost of repairing or replacing the goods or of
acquiring equivalent goods; and in the case of the supply of services, supplying the
services again, or the payment of the cost of having the services supplied again,
provided that there shall be no such limitation for breach of such a condition or
warranty where the relevant law prohibits such limitation.
Subject to this clause 4, the Licensor, its employees, agents and contractors will
not be liable (whether in contract, tort or otherwise) to you or any other person
for any loss, costs, damage or injury of any kind whatsoever (including incidental
or consequential loss) wholly or partly arising out of or in connection with the
use of or inability to use the Whereis Data.
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The Licensor may terminate the License immediately if you are in breach of any
provision of this agreement. Your rights under this agreement cease immediately upon termination of the License and you must immediately cease using the
Whereis Data; and at the Licensor's election, return to the Licensor at the details
described in clause 2.5 or destroy all materials bearing or containing the Whereis
Data and, if required by the Licensor, shall certify that the Whereis Data and all
such copies have been returned or destroyed. Termination of the License does
not affect any rights or remedies which accrued prior to termination.
U.S. GOVERNMENT RESTRICTED RIGHTS: The Software and any accompanying
materials are provided with Restricted Rights. Use, duplications, or disclosure by
the Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in subparagraph (c)(1)(ii) of
The Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at DFARS 252.2277013 or subparagraphs (c)(1) and (2) of the Commercial Computer SoftwareRestricted Rights at 48 CFR 52.227-19, as applicable. Contractor/manufacturer is
Fonix Corporation at 1225 Eagle Gate Tower, 60 East South Temple St., Salt Lake
City, Utah 84111.
GENERAL: If any term of this Agreement is found void or unenforceable, all other
terms shall remain in full force and effect. This Agreement shall be governed by
the internal laws of Utah. If you breach any term of this Agreement, Fonix may
terminate this license and you must return all copies of the Product to Fonix.
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1. GRANT OF License
Telstra Corporation Limited (ABN 33 051 775 556) ("Telstra") through its agent
Sensis Pty Ltd (ABN 30 007 423 912) ("Licensor") grants you a non-exclusive,
non-transferable license to use the mapping data ("Whereis Data") contained in
this CD-ROM on the following terms ("License"). The License commences when
you click on the "I Agree" button at the end of these terms and continues until
terminated in accordance with this agreement.
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constitutes the entire agreement between the parties. Any previous agreements,
understandings and negotiations cease to have any effect. A provision of, or a right
created under, this agreement may not be waived except in writing signed by the
Licensor. This agreement is governed by the laws in force in the State of Victoria,
Australia. A reference to a person includes a reference to a firm, corporation or
other corporate body.
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