All-Clad 99009 6.5-Quart Slow Cooker User Manual

Contents
Quick Start .......................................................................... i-xii
CoPilot Overview .............................................................. 1
Safety Warning ................................................................... 2
What’s New in Version 5.0? .......................................... 2
Getting Started ................................................................. 3
Getting Started - Hardware. .......................................... 3
Getting Started - Get Connected ................................ 4
Uninstalling a Previous Version ..................................... 5
Installing CoPilot ............................................................... 6
Adding a Data Region....................................................... 9
Region Selection ............................................................... 10
Changing the Voice Option At Any Time...................... 10
Software Activation .....................................................
Deactivation and License Update ........................
Speech Volume ...............................................................
Data Download To Your Pocket PC .......................
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Step 1: Specify Where Data Is Stored ........................ 13
CoPilot QuickStart ........................................... 14
Step 2: Choose a Data Selection Method ................. 15
Step 3: Select Your Data ................................................. 17
City Radius .......................................................... 17
Map Area .............................................................. 19
Trip ........................................................................ 21
Step 4: Download the Data .......................................... 23
POI Download Options ................................................ 24
Trip Transfer ..................................................................... 24
Importing Custom Places ............................................. 25
Using Your Pocket PC for Guidance ..................... 29
Address Entry ...................................................................
Start Driving! ....................................................................
Entering a Home Address ..............................................
Entering a Work Address ...............................................
Favorites .............................................................................
Finding Points of Interest ...............................................
Intersection .......................................................................
Contact Integration .........................................................
Latitude/Longitude ...........................................................
Saved Trip ...........................................................................
Closing CoPilot ................................................................
Driver Safety/Map/Itinerary Screens ...........................
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Navigating Through CoPilot Screens ........................... 43
Customizing the Guidance Screens ............................. 43
Map Modes ........................................................................ 44
Trip Editing and Waypoints ............................................ 45
Getting ETA’s and Distances ......................................... 45
Picking Stops From the Map .......................................... 46
Optimizing Stops .............................................................. 46
Detour Feature ................................................................. 47
Selective Routing .............................................................. 48
Tools Menu Options ........................................................ 49
Modes Menu ...................................................................... 52
The GPS Menu .................................................................. 53
Open and Play GPS Tracks ............................................. 53
Save Current Location .................................................... 54
Options in the GPS Menu .............................................. 55
Reference: Screens & Toolbars on Your Pocket PC .. 58
Trip Planning on Your Pocket PC ............................. 63
Saving and Loading Trip Itineraries ............................... 64
Trip Planning on Your Desktop ................................ 65
Reference: CoPilot on Your Desktop .......................... 74
CoPilot Live Communications .................................... 79
CoPilot Live Web Page..................................................... 79
Live Mode Overview ........................................................ 80
Live Mode - Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) ......... 81
Live Mode - Send/Receive Messages ............................ 81
Live Mode - Send Trip Itinerary Updates .................... 83
Driving with Live - Pocket PC Setup ........................... 84
Driving with Live - Receive/Respond to Messages ... 87
Driving with Live - Receive Trip Itinerary Updates ... 88
About GPS Technology .................................................... 89
Data Corrections ................................................................ 90
Trouble-shooting ................................................................. 91
Using Help Files .................................................................. 92
Software Registration........................................................ 92
Technical Support .............................................................. 93
Return Policy ........................................................................ 94
License Agreement ............................................................ 95
2. Uninstall any previous version
If you have a previous version of CoPilot installed on your Pocket PC and/or
desktop computer, you must uninstall it before updating. Make sure your
GPS receiver is NOT attached, then follow these steps:
(1) On your Pocket PC:
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:
Thank you for purchasing CoPilot! This Quick Start Guide details how to get
up and running. Here’s an overview of the process:
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:
Uninstall previous versions of CoPilot.
Connect your Pocket PC to your desktop/laptop.
Install CoPilot to your desktop and Pocket PC using the
Product Key below.
On your desktop, create a map data region and download it
to your Pocket PC.
Activate CoPilot on your Pocket PC.
Enter an address and Start Driving!
1. Check the package contents
Your CoPilot package includes the following:
Install/Data Discs
Quick Start Guide and GPS Receiver Guide
GPS Receiver (not in software-only packages)
In-Vehicle Power Adapter (not in software-only packages)
Vent Mount (not in software-only packages)
i. Delete the CoPilot folder on My Device. Tap Start, then Programs >
File Explorer > My Device, then tap and hold on the CoPilot folder and
select Delete from the menu.
(2) On your Desktop/Laptop computer:
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Select Start menu > Settings > Control Panel.
Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
Select the CoPilot application and click on the Remove button.
If asked to confirm the removal of CoPilot and all of its
components, select Yes.
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.
3. Install CoPilot
NOTE: Make sure no previous version of CoPilot is installed (see above).
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. If it is not, see the instructions that came with your Pocket PC.
If you plan to use a Storage Card Reader, it must be installed and connected to
your desktop. You can also use a PCMCIA adapter for the Storage Card if you
have a laptop
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Installation Steps:
Step 1: Insert the CoPilot Install Disc into your CD-ROM drive. Enter your
Product Key Code when prompted (you can find it on the cover of
your printed Quick Start). Click Next and follow the Installation
Wizard’s on-screen instructions.
When prompted, make sure Pocket PC Installation and Desktop
Installation are checked on the installation menu.
When prompted, choose a voice option. Text-to-speech provides
more detailed voice instructions, including road names. Pre-recorded
sound files are louder and crisper, but provide less detailed driving
instructions. The pre-recorded option saves space on your Pocket PC.
As CoPilot prepares to install to your mobile device, you will be asked
if the default location (the device’s main memory) is where you want
the application to be placed. Recommended Option: To install to
a storage card, click No, then choose Storage card from the dropdown pick list. (To install to main memory, click Yes.)
Step 2: When CoPilot has been installed to your Pocket PC (this will take a
few minutes), you will be prompted to begin the desktop/laptop
installation. Click Next and follow the on-screen instructions.
Step 3: When the installation is complete, a CoPilot icon will appear on your
desktop. See Step 5, Activate the software, for software activation.
Navman GPS Jacket users: also see p. xi.
click the pick list that appears and select a storage card name or the
drive letter of your storage card reader. Click Next.
NOTE: If data is stored on the device's memory and also on a Storage
Card in the device, CoPilot will use the Storage Card by default. To have it
use map data on device memory, you must remove the Storage Card.
(2) Select a Data Area:
Select City Radius to create a data region of a specified radius around
a city of your choice:
1. In the City, State or ZIP Code box, type a City, State (e.g. new
york, ny) and press <Enter>.
2. Specify the Distance Around City to Download (e.g. 60) and
press <Enter>. Click Next.
3. Your selected data region will be displayed. A window will appear
showing how much space you have available on your selected
destination (see Choose a Storage Location above) and how much
memory this data region will take up. If necessary, adjust the radius
to make sure your data region will fit on your selected destination.
Click Next.
4. Give your data region a name and click Next.
5. You will then be given the option to either select additional map data
or download selected areas to your Pocket PC. Click Download.
(3) Download the Data:
1. Clicking the Download icon will take you to a screen where
Available Area(s) for download are displayed on the left.
4. Download map data
NOTE: CoPilot won’t open on your Pocket PC unless map data has
been downloaded first.
(1) Choose a Storage Location:
1. Open the CoPilot application on your desktop/laptop, then
click the Data Download Wizard icon in the sidebar on the left.
Make sure your Pocket PC is synchronized.
2. To designate an area to include in the download, highlight it and then click
on the right arrow button to move it to the Data Included in This
Download list on the right. To take an area off the list, highlight it and
click the left arrow button.
3. After confirming that the area(s) you would like to download are in the
Data Included in This Download list, click Download to complete the
map data download process.
2. Choose where you would like data stored on the Pocket PC.
CoPilot will scan your computer to detect which options are
available. If you choose an option other than the device memory,
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5. Activate the software
b. If you do not have internet access you can call, fax or e-mail ALK.
Technical support is available to registered users during standard business hours. See Contact Information, p. xi.
You will be asked to activate your new software when you open CoPilot on your
Pocket PC. Note that, unlike in previous versions, desktop activation is no
longer required. You can now open and use CoPilot’s desktop trip planning
software without activating it.
NOTE: Software activation does NOT register your software, they are two
different processes. See Software Registration, p. xii.
Keep your Pocket PC connected to your desktop and open CoPilot on your
Pocket PC. Follow the steps below to activate on your Pocket PC:
6. Adjust the speech volume
Automatic Activation
If your desktop is connected to the Internet you can automatically activate
CoPilot on your Pocket PC as follows:
1. Connect your Pocket PC to your desktop via ActiveSync.
2. Make sure your desktop has an active connection to the Internet
3. On your Pocket PC go to Start > Programs > CoPilot.
4. An activation screen will appear. Follow the on-screen instructions
and tap Next.
5. In the next screen, enter your e-mail address and tap Next. You will see
the message “License activated successfully” when the
process is finished. Tap Next to begin using CoPilot.
Manual Activation
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Connect your Pocket PC to your desktop via ActiveSync.
Make sure your desktop has an active connection to the Internet
On your Pocket PC go to Start > Programs > CoPilot.
An activation screen will appear. Check Activate Manually and
tap Next.
5. The next screen is the Activation Code screen where you'll see your
Product Key and License ID. You'll need this information to manually
activate CoPilot as follows:
a. On your desktop visit ALK's activation web page
(http://activate.alk.com)
i. On the ALK activation page enter your Product Key,
License ID and e-mail address, then tap Submit. Your
Activation Code will appear on-screen and an e-mail that
contains your Activation Code will be sent to you.
ii. Enter your Activation Code in the blank field in the
Activation Code screen and click Activate.
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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.
7. In-vehicle hardware setup
WARNING: Never leave GPS receiver in closed vehicle that exceeds 140o F.
(For complete instructions, see the GPS Receiver Guide that came with the
product, or tap Tutorial in the Welcome screen on the Pocket PC.) First turn
on your Pocket PC, then make sure that the GPS receiver is attached and
powered and your engine is running before using CoPilot.
If you have a CoPilot vent mount and in-vehicle power adapter:
1. With engine running: Attach cable to Pocket PC and insert it into your
vehicle’s cigarette lighter socket. Make sure it’s firmly seated (red light on).
2. Attach 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.
GPS Receiver Setup:
Open CoPilot and tap the GPS button in the Welcome screen to set up your
GPS receiver. For more details on connecting your GPS receiver, please refer
to the printed GPS Receiver Guide that came with your CoPilot product. It is
particularly helpful for Bluetooth receiver setup.
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8. Enter an address
7. If an exact database match
NOTE: There is no need to enter a starting point. CoPilot uses GPS positioning
to determine your location automatically.
1. In the Welcome screen,
tap Going To.
8. (Optional) Enter a name for
the place you entered, then tap
Finish.
2. In the Going To screen,
tap Add Stop.
3. In the Select Stop screen,
tap Address.
4. Using the keyboard,
enter a ZIP Code and
tap Next, or start typing
the name of a state —
as you type, the scroll
list will move to that
state. Tap it on the list,
then tap Next.
was not found, you’ll see the
available address options.
Select a Nearby Address, a
Cross Street, or one of
several Streets in Nearby
Cities. Tap your choice, then
tap Next.
Step 1
Step 2
Step 7
Step 8
9. You will be taken back to
the Going To screen, where you
can either add another stop or
tap Start Driving to receive
guidance to the destination
you entered.
Step 9
5. Type a city name or pick
one from the list and tap
Next.
9. Start driving!
Step 3
Step 4
6. Enter a house number
if you like (it’s optional),
then enter a street
name. As you type,
database matches will
appear below. If no
exact match is found,
highlight one of the
possible matches and
tap Next.
Start driving! A text-only Driver Safety Screen will replace the Map Screen when
your road speed exceeds 10 m.p.h. Tap the top or bottom of either screen
to see the toolbar and menus.
Screen changes
above 10 m.p.h.
Step 5
Step 6
Map Screen
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Driver Safety Screen
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Pocket PC Guidance Screens Quick Reference
Pocket PC Toolbar Buttons
(Tap top or bottom of Driver Safety or Map screen to see toolbar and menus.)
Next Turn
Instruction
Next Turn
Directional
Arrow
Going To - Takes you
to the Going To screen.
Avoid Road - In the
Itinerary screen, generates an
alternate route that does not
include the highlighted road.
Zoom In - Zooms in
for a closer map view.
Distance to
Next Turn
Current Speed
(customizable)
Cancel Avoid - In the
Itinerary screen, restores the
original route after the Avoid
Road button has been used.
Zoom Out - Zooms
the map view out.
Message Queue
Nearest Town
(customizable)
ETA and Distance
to Next Stop
GPS Status:
Green = 3D Fix
Yellow = 2D Fix
Red = No fix
Live Network
Connection
Detour - Generates an
alternate route from
your current position.
Scroll Up - In the Itinerary
screen, scrolls the driving
directions up.
Cancel Detour - Returns
to the original route after a
detour has been created.
Scroll Down - In the
Itinerary screen, scrolls the
driving directions down.
View: To switch views, tap the View button (second from left
Tap at the top or bottom of the Driver Safety or Map Screen
to display the toolbar and menus:
Going To button takes
you to the Going To
screen where you can
change your trip or start
a new one.
Detour button
gives you an
alternate route,
Cancel Detour
button puts you
back on original
route.
View button opens a
menu of screen options:
Driver Safety,
Map (three views),
3D View, or Itinerary.
on the toolbar — its appearance will reflect the current view)
and choose a view from the drop-down menu.
Driver Safety Screen - Text only,
switches to Map screen below 10 m.p.h.
Next Turn - Map screen, frames your
current position to the next turn.
Destination - Map screen, frames the
view from your current position to
your final destination.
Where Am I - Map screen, frames a
close-up view of your current position.
3D View - Map screen in 3D.
Trip Itinerary Screen - Basic text
overview of all your upcoming screens.
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User’s Guide and Help files
Software Registration
For more detailed instructions, on your desktop go to the Windows Start menu >
Programs > CoPilot > User Manual to open and print the CoPilot User’s Guide in .PDF
format. Or refer to the CoPilot Help Files in your desktop application (Help menu
> Help Contents and Search) or on your Pocket PC (Tools menu > Help).
Registered users are entitled to technical support, discounts on new versions of
CoPilot, new product information, and software enhancements.
· North America: Go to www.alk.com (click "Support Center") or
call ALK® Technologies at 609-252-8191 (M-F, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM EST).
· Europe: Go to www.alk.eu.com and click "Support Center".
For NavMan GPS Jacket Users
· 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.
If you are using this software with the NavMan GPS Jacket (the jacket will have
the word NAVMAN molded into the back of it and has a conical antenna), you
must install drivers for the jacket separately. For the NavMan drivers and
installation instructions visit our Support Center on http://www.alk.com or
follow this direct link to the FAQs:
Important Note, Please Read:
http://www.alk.com/support/copilotlive_pocketpc5/faqs.asp
The NavMan FAQ is under the GPS Receiver and Tracking section.
Contact Information
Technical support is available to registered users during standard business hours —
Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm.
Do not use this product in any way that interferes with safe and attentive
operation of a vehicle. The driver must remain alert at all times to actual road
conditions and obey all posted signs and traffic regulations. Always keep your
hands on the steering wheel and eyes on the road when driving! While
driving, either ask a passenger to operate CoPilot or pull over to the side of the
road when operating CoPilot on your Pocket PC.
North America - Web: www.alk.com, E-mail: cpsupport@alk.com,
Fax: 609-252-8166, Phone: 888-872-8768
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
Australia - Web: www.travroute.com.au/support.html,
E-mail: support@travroute.com.au, Phone: 03-9855-1498
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). Complete shipping
instructions can be found in the CoPilot User’s Guide and desktop Help, or go to
ALK’s web site at www.alk.com.instructions can be found in the CoPilot User’s Guide
and desktop Help, or go to ALK’s web site at www.alk.com.
NOTE: This policy does not include additional map data regions or product
bundles that include Pocket PCs.
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CoPilot Overview
A Safety Warning
Your CoPilot | Pocket PC 5 Includes:
Always keep your hands on the steering wheel and eyes on the road
when driving!
Install/Data Discs
Quick Start Guide
GPS Receiver Guide
GPS Receiver (not in software-only packages)
In-Vehicle Power Adapter (not in software-only packages)
Vent Mount (not in software-only packages)
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.
Desktop PC Requirements
Microsoft Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP, Windows NT®
(4.0 or higher) or Windows Mobile 2003
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
ALK Technologies assumes no responsibility for any damage or injury
resulting from the use of this product.
What’s New in Version 5.0?
Redesigned Interface - The user interface has been redesigned to include
step-by-step address entry, more options for entering stops (including
Intersection and Latitude/Longitude) and more labels on buttons to better
convey their functionality.
Pocket PC Requirements
With Map Data on Storage Card
Pocket PC running Pocket PC 2002 or WinMobile 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)
3D Map Display - Provides a realistic view of the road ahead.
Enhanced 2d Map Display - Combines a larger map display with concise turn
instructions. The path ahead is easy to see now with Route Over Highlighting
and en-route turn arrows.
Night Mode - Reduces glare from the Pocket PC and uses low-contrast map
colors.
Expanded Voice Options - Four options are now available: Male and Female
Text-to-Speech, Male and Female pre-recorded sound files. Turn instruction
warnings at pre-set distance can now be toggled on or off depending on your
preference for a detailed vs. concise voice option.
Third Party GPS Requirements
Standard NMEA GPS receiver* including:
CF GPS receivers
iPAQ GPS Jacket
Cabled GPS receivers
Wireless Bluetooth GPS receivers
Map Updates - Map data for all regions has been updated and refined to
ensure that addresses can be found and correct routes can be calculated.
* For information on purchasing a GPS receiver from
ALK Technologies, go to www.alk.com.
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Getting Started - Hardware
Getting Started - Get Connected
(For complete instructions, see the GPS Receiver Guide that came with the
product, or tap Tutorial in the Welcome screen on your Pocket PC.)
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.
Both your desktop/laptop and your Pocket PC must be turned on. The
cradle/cable for your mobile device must be connected to your desktop/laptop
computer through either the USB or Serial port.
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.
If you plan to transfer the map data to your mobile device's main memory, or to
a Storage Card in the device, there are no more connections needed.
If you plan to transfer data to a Storage Card through a Storage Card Reader,
you must also have the reader installed and connected to your desktop/laptop.
You can also use a PCMCIA adapter for your Storage Card if you have a laptop.
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.
In-vehicle Hardware Setup:
WARNING: Never leave GPS receiver in closed vehicle that exceeds 140o F.
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.
First turn on your Pocket PC, then make sure that the GPS receiver is attached
and powered and your engine is running before using CoPilot.
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.
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Uninstalling a Previous Version
Installing CoPilot
If you have been using an earlier version of Pocket CoPilot, you must uninstall the
application and its data before installing CoPilot. 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 — see p. 12.
NOTE: You must uninstall any previous version of CoPilot from your
desktop/laptop and Pocket PC before proceeding (see above).
NOTE: 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:
To install CoPilot, first turn on your computer and set up your Pocket PC.
Do NOT attach the GPS receiver yet, the application should not be
installed with the GPS receiver attached. Your Pocket PC should be
connected via ActiveSync, as described on p. 4.
Follow the steps below to install:
(1) On your Pocket PC:
1. Insert the CoPilot Install Disc in
your CD-ROM drive. Have your
Product Key Code ready (you
can find it on your printed Quick
Start). Click Next in the
Welcome screen and follow the
Installation Wizard’s on-screen
instructions.
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:
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. Enter your Product Key Code
when prompted, then click Next.
(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.
5. If asked to remove shared files during the uninstall process, select
No To All.
3. After accepting the License
Agreement, make sure there are
check marks next to Pocket PC
Installation and Desktop
Installation in the Installation
menu screen. Click Next.
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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4. The Installation Wizard will then
start installing to your Pocket PC,
beginning with the text-to-speech
software that delivers CoPilot’s
spoken driving instructions. You’ll
be prompted to choose a voice
option. Text-to-speech provides
more detailed voice instructions,
including road names. Prerecorded sound files are louder
and crisper, but provide less
detailed driving instructions. The
pre-recorded option saves space
on your Pocket PC.
Click Next to continue.
5. Next, you will be prompted to choose
an installation location on the Pocket
PC. RECOMMENDED: To install
to a storage card, click No, then
choose Storage card from the dropdown pick list. (To install to your
Pocket PC’s main memory, click Yes.)
8. As the desktop installation
proceeds, you will be given the
choice to install the CoPilot map
data to your hard drive. This is
the recommended option and
requires 700 MB of available space.
If you choose None, you will need
to insert the CoPilot Data Disc each
time you download data to your
Pocket PC or use CoPilot for trip
planning on your desktop.
9. When the installation is complete, a CoPilot icon
will appear on your desktop or laptop. You are
now ready to start using CoPilot! For software
activation, see p. 11.
For NavMan GPS Jacket Users
If you are using this software with the NavMan GPS Jacket (the jacket will have
the word NAVMAN molded into the back of it and has a conical antenna), you
must also install drivers for the jacket separately.
For the NavMan drivers and installation instructions visit our Support Center on
http://www.alk.com or follow this direct link to the FAQs:
6. The installation to your Pocket PC will
take a few minutes. Check your Pocket
PC screen to determine when the
installation is complete.
http://www.alk.com/support/copilotlive_pocketpc5/faqs.asp
The NavMan FAQ is under the GPS Receiver and Tracking section.
7. When CoPilot has been installed
to your Pocket PC, you will be
prompted to begin the desktop/
laptop installation. Click Next and
follow the on-screen instructions.
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Adding a Data Region
Region Selection
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.
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.
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.
Changing the Voice Option at Any Time
CoPilot offers the following voice options:
ON YOUR DESKTOP/LAPTOP:
1. Insert your CoPilot Install Disc into your CD-ROM drive.
Male Text-to-Speech
2. Select Modify and click Next when the InstallShield Wizard appears.
Female Text-to-Speech
Male Pre-Recorded Sound Files
3. Enter your Expansion Product Key when prompted to enter a Product Key.
Female Pre-Recorded Sound Files
4. Follow the on-screen instructions.
To change the voice option:
5.The Activation Wizard will appear at the end of installation. Activation occurs
just as it did when you originally installed CoPilot.
1. Connect your Pocket PC to your PC via Activesync.
2. Insert the Install Disc into your CD-ROM drive.
ON YOUR POCKET PC:
3. Select Modify from the InstallShield menu and click Next.
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.
4. Enter your Product Key (see the front of the printed Quick Start that came
with the product) and click Next.
5. Make sure that ONLY PocketPC-Installation is checked and click Next.
1. Open CoPilot on your Pocket PC.
6. Select your voice option and click Next.
2. If your GPS receiver is attached, CoPilot will ask you to confirm your
destination or to enter a new one. Enter any destination to proceed. If your GPS
receiver is not attached, go to Step 3.
7. Click Yes to reinstall Pocket Speech.
8. Click No to reinstall CoPilot.
9. Click Yes to install in the default directory if that’s where you originally
installed. If you installed CoPilot elsewhere, click No and choose the
appropriate location.
3.Tap Tools > Upgrade License from the menu on the bottom of the screen.
4. Enter your Expansion Product Key (found in your order confirmation e-mail)
when prompted to enter a Product Key.
10. Tap Ok on your Pocket PC to reinstall.
5. Follow the on-screen instructions.
11. Tap Yes to All if prompted.
6. Activation occurs just as it did when you originally installed CoPilot.
12. Click Ok on your desktop, then click Finish to complete the process.
If you have any questions, please visit our Support Center at www.alk.eu.com
or send an e-mail to support@alk.com.
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Deactivation and License Update
Software Activation
If you’re planning to uninstall CoPilot from one
Pocket device and install the same version on
another device, you need to deactivate the software
on the first device before installing it again. To do
this, open CoPilot on your Pocket PC. If you can’t
see the menus and toolbar, tap at the top or bottom
of the screen. Tap the Tools menu, select Update
License, then tap Deactivate in the License
Manager. Your Pocket PC must be synchronized for
the deactivation process to take effect. When you
re-install CoPilot on another device, you will be
asked to activate it again.
You will be asked to activate your new software when you open CoPilot on your
Pocket PC. Note that, unlike in previous versions, desktop activation is no
longer required. You can now open and use CoPilot’s desktop trip planning
software without activating it.
Keep your Pocket PC connected to your desktop and open CoPilot on your
Pocket PC. Follow the steps below to activate on your Pocket PC:
Automatic Activation
If your
1.
2.
3.
desktop is connected to the Internet
Connect your Pocket PC to your desktop via ActiveSync.
On your Pocket PC go to Start > Programs > CoPilot.
An activation screen will appear. Follow the on-screen instructions and
click Next.
4. In the next screen, enter your e-mail address and click Next. You will
see the message “License activated successfully” when the process is
finished. Click Next to begin using CoPilot.
Speech Volume
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.
Manual Activation
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect your Pocket PC to your desktop via ActiveSync.
Make sure your desktop has an active connection to the Internet
On your Pocket PC go to Start > Programs > CoPilot.
An activation screen will appear. Check Activate Manually and tap
Next.
5. The next screen is the Activation Code screen where you'll see your
Product Key and License ID. You'll need this information to manually
activate CoPilot as follows:
a. On your desktop visit ALK's activation web page
(http://activate.alk.com)
i. On the ALK activation page enter your Product Key, License
ID and e-mail address, then click Submit. Your Activation
Code will appear on-screen and an e-mail that contains your
Activation Code will be sent to you.
ii. Enter your Activation Code in the blank field in the Activation
Code screen and click Activate.
b. If you do not have internet access you can call, fax or e-mail ALK.
Technical support is available to registered users during standard
business hours. See Technical Support, p. 93.
If you installed the TTS (text to speech) voice option, you may also want to
make sure the “Amplify Speech Volume” option is on — tap the Tools menu
(if you don’t see it, tap at the top or bottom of the screen), select Options, and
tap the Guidance tab. This option should be checked.
NOTE: Software activation does NOT register your software, they are two
different processes. See Software Registration, p. 92.
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Data Download to Your Pocket PC
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.
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, p. 14, for a
description of software included in
downloads. See p. 24 for Options.
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, p. 14, for a description
of software included in downloads.
See p. 24 for Options.
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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. 24 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.
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!
The QuickStart option can be turned on or off in the final step of the
download process (see p. 23). 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.
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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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.
Data Download
Step 2: Choose a Data Selection Method
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.
You can zoom the map in and
out using the zoom buttons and
adjust the size of the data area
by redrawing the box.
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.
Map Area
See Data Download Step 3 beginning on p. 17 for step-by-step instructions for
downloading data to your Pocket PC using each of these three methods.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Trip Itinerary for each trip
you download will be stored on
your Pocket PC (see Trip Transfer,
p. 24). Multiple trips can be
downloaded to the Pocket PC
for later use.
Trip
City Radius
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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.
2. Enter a City, State or ZIP
code, and a mile radius
around the area that you
would like to download. Click
Next to verify that the area is
correct.
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.
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
15 MB 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.
2. Enter a City, State or ZIP
code (address optional) within
the area that you would like to
download. 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.
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
15 MB 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.
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.
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 15 MB from the available memory on your storage
card (If you are using one) to
account for support files.
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).
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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. 24
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 (but not
roads outside the 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 15 MB 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.
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.
Check Include US Highway Network to download CoPilot’s complete US
Highway Network along with your data. This additional download requires
approximately 36 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.
Trip Transfer
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.
The Trip download option creates a .TRP file that is placed in the Save directory
in the CoPilot installation folder on your Pocket PC. 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.
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RECOMMENDED OPTION: It is recommended that you leave Create
QuickStart checked (see p. 14 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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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.
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.
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.
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.
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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.
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.
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
6. The Select Stop screen provides you with
several different ways to enter a destination.
You can:
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.
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REMINDER: CoPilot won’t open on your Pocket PC unless map data has been
previously downloaded from the CoPilot desktop application.
For IN-VEHICLE HARDWARE SETUP: See Getting Started - Hardware, p. 3.
1. To launch CoPilot, tap Start, choose
Programs from the drop-down menu,
then tap the CoPilot application.
Enter a new Address
Program or enter your Home address
Program or enter your Work address
Select from your Favorite list
Search for a Point of Interest (POI)
Enter an Intersection
Enter a Contact from Outlook Express
Enter a Latitude/Longitude point
Enter a previously Saved Trip
Tap the option you want to use. These options
are described on the following pages.
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 Trouble--shooting, p. 91.
Address Entry
3. The Welcome 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.
NOTE: There is no need to enter a starting point. CoPilot uses GPS
positioning to determine your location automatically.
 Going To to enter a destination and
receive guidance
 Tutorial for first-time users
 Help topics about basics such as trip
entry, hardware setup, and route options
 GPS to set up your GPS receiver
 Options to change CoPilot routing,
guidance, and map options
 Live Setup for live communications
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 Add Stop to enter one or more
destinations in the Select Stop screen and
begin driving.
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1. Enter a State or ZIP code.
Pick a state from the scrollable
pick list or type in a ZIP code,
then tap Next. If you type a
state abbreviation, CoPilot will
find that state in the pick list.
2. (If you entered a ZIP code,
skip to step 3.) Start typing
a City name. When a match
appears on the list below,
tap it and then tap Next to
continue.
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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
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.
Next Turn
Directional
Arrow
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
Current Road
(customizable,
see p. 50)
Next Crossroad
(customizable,
see p. 50)
5. (Optional) Type a name for this place
if you like, then tap Finish.
Message Queue
(see p. 87)
ETA and Distance
to Next Stop
GPS Status:
Green = 3D Fix
Yellow = 2D Fix
Red = No Fix
Live Network
Connection
6. 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, first tap at the top of the guidance screen to bring up the toolbar. Then
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.
tap the Going To button.
Going To
button
7. 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
In the Select Stop
screen, tap the
Home button in
the Select Stop
screen. The first
time you use this
button, you will
be prompted to
enter your home
address.
Favorites
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. 30-31).
The next time you tap Home,
your home will be entered as
a destination. To change your
home address, choose
Options in the Tools menu
and tap Favorites (see p. 51).
Entering a Work Address
Tap a Favorite on the list to enter it as a destination. To change which Favorite is
assigned to the Home or Work buttons, choose Options in the Tools menu
and tap Favorites (see Tools Menu Options, p. 49).
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.
To Save Your Current Location As a Favorite:
You must be receiving GPS data to save your current location as a favorite.
Tap the GPS menu, then select Save Current Location.
In the Select Stop
screen, tap the
Work button in
the Select Stop
screen. The first
time you use this
button, you will
be prompted to
enter your work
address.
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.
Enter your work address
the same way you enter a
new address (described on
p. 30-31).
The next time you tap Work,
your work address will be
entered as a destination. To
change your work address,
choose Options in the Tools
menu and tap Favorites
(see p. 51).
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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.
2. In the next screen, you can tell CoPilot
to search Near current location or
Along current route if a GPS signal is
present.
3. 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.
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 in the next two screens.
Tap Next to execute the search.
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Intersection
Contact Integration
CoPilot allows you to link directly to Pocket 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.
To enter the intersection of two roads, tap the Intersection
button in the Select Stop screen. Intersections are entered just
like addresses (see 30-31), except that instead of a house number you enter a “First Street” and “Second Street”. You can
name this location if you like.
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
(Home, Work, 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.
In the example to the left, no match was found
for the street name — “Bluespring” was one
word in the Contact record. Also, the Contact
address did not include a house number, so
“710” was added manually in this screen for
more precise guidance.
NOTE: If CoPilot finds an exact match, it
automatically goes to a screen that lets you
name the address you entered (see step 5).
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5. Once the address has been matched, you
have the option of assigning a name to the
address. CoPilot will pre-fill the name from your
Contact record, but that name can be edited
here.
2. Enter a latitude and longitude in the
appropriate format, using the drop-down
pick lists for N or S, and E or W.
Tap Next to add the lat/long you
entered as a stop on your trip itinerary.
Tap Next to continue.
6. The Contact address will be added to your
trip itinerary as a stop.
Saved Trip
Highlight a trip (.trp file)
in the list of saved trips,
then tap Next.
Tap Saved Trip
in the Select Stop
screen to enter a
trip that was built
on your desktop
and transferred to
your Pocket PC.
Latitude/Longitude
Tap Latitude/
Longitude in the
Select Stop screen
to enter a lat/long
point.
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).
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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.
(See Trip Transfer, p.
24 for more about
saved trips.)
Closing CoPilot
To exit the CoPilot application on your Pocket PC, select Exit from the pop-up
Tools menu at the bottom of the screen. (If the menu isn’t visible, tap the top or
bottom of the screen.)
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Driver Safety/Map/Itinerary Screens
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. 50). Three frame options are available (see p. 43).
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.
Tap at the top or bottom of the Map Screen to
invoke a toolbar and menu bar.
Driver Safety Screen
Use the Detour buttons
when you want to take an
alternate route to avoid
heavy traffic, construction,
etc. up ahead.
The Driver Safety Screen displays a text-only screen when your speed exceeds 10
m.p.h. and is the recommended view for safe driving. When you’re within .7 miles
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
Use the Zoom In and
Zoom Out buttons to
change your view of the
map.
Distance to
Next Turn
Current Road
(customizable,
see p. 50)
The Going To button takes you back
to the Going To screen where you can
edit your trip (see p. 45).
Message Queue
(see p. 87)
Current Speed
(customizable,
see p. 50)
ETA and Distance
to Next Stop
Itinerary
GPS Status:
Green = 3D Fix
Yellow = 2D Fix
Red = No Fix
To see your trip Itinerary, tap the View button (second from left on the toolbar)
then tap the Itinerary button in the nested toolbar.
Live Network Connection
Map Screen
The Map Screen displays when you are
traveling at less than 10 m.p.h. and .7
miles 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).
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. 48) 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
View
button
To switch views, tap the View button (second from left on
the toolbar — its appearance will reflect the current view)
and choose a view from the drop-down menu.
Map Modes
CoPilot gives you a choice of several different display modes for the Map Screen:
3D Perspective
CoPilot’s two-dimensional
default display mode can be
changed to a three-dimensional
perspective based off an
isometric camera angle.
Driver Safety Screen - Text only,
switches to the map below 10 m.p.h.
Next Turn - Map screen, frames your
current position to the next turn.
Destination - Map screen, frames the
view from your current position to your
final destination.
To change to 3D, tap the
bottom of the map display to
invoke the menu bar, then tap
Tools > Options > Map.
Check Display 3D Map.
Where Am I - Map screen, frames a
close-up view of your current position.
3D View - Map screen in 3D.
Night Mode
Trip Itinerary Screen - Basic text
overview of all your upcoming screens.
Customizing the Guidance Screens
The lines above the ETA in CoPilot’s guidance screens can be customized. (In the
Driver Safety screen there are two lines, in the Map Screen there is one.) Tap the
bottom of the screen, then tap Tools > Options > Guidance. Use the
Custom Display pick lists to set these lines to show your current road, nearest
crossroad, nearest major road, nearest town, ETA, or speed. Another way to
change these lines is by tapping on them to toggle through the options.
Several map features can also be customized. See Tools Menu Options, p. 49-51 for
all the available options.
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.
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 the bottom of the map
display to invoke the menu bar,
then tap Tools > Options >
Map. Uncheck Route Over.
Line 1
Line 2
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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 the top
or bottom of the screen to open the toolbar, then tap the Going To button.
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).
Going To
button.
Tap and Hold a point
on the map.
Name the stop, then
tap Apply.
Optimizing Stops
Getting ETA’s and Distances
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.
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
Selective Routing
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 the top of the screen
to invoke the toolbar.
1. Tap the View button (second from the left on the guidance screen toolbar)
then tap the Itinerary option. The Itinerary lists all roads you will be
traveling on if you have entered at least one destination.
2. Tap on the
Detour button to
request a new route.
Avoiding a Road in the Trip Itinerary
3. 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. Highlight the road you
want to avoid by tapping
it once.
3. Tap the Avoid button, 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. If you decide to use
the new route, just keep
driving.
5. If you decide
not to use the
new route, tap the
top of the screen to
open the toolbar,
then tap the Cancel
Detour button.
4. To Return to the
Original Route: You can
return to the original route that
CoPilot gave you at any time by
tapping the Cancel button.
6. 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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Tools Menu Options
Guidance
In the Guidance tab, 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).
Tap the bottom of either the Map Screen
or the Driver Safety Screen to access the
menu bar. Then tap the pop-up Tools
menu and select Options.
The pick lists under Custom Display give you display
options for the lines above the ETA in the guidance
screens. These lines can display the current road, nearest crossroad, nearest major road,
nearest town, ETA, or speed. NOTE: Defaults are set here, but you can also toggle
through the options by tapping the lines themselves. Only Line 2 shows up in the Map
Screen, both lines are visible in the Driver Safety Screen.
Routing
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 m ap.
In the Routing tab, the vehicle type options
are Automobile or RV. RV routes favor
major roads and avoid sharp turns and U-turns
wherever possible.
The Quickest routing type is based on the
most practical route in terms of road quality,
terrain, and urban/rural classifications.
Shortest routing travels the least distance
where possible while maintaining some level of
practicality.
Map
Data areas that are currently downloaded to your
mobile device are shown at the bottom of this screen.
Options in the Map tab are:
Mile — Use miles as the unit of distance.
More routing options are:
KM — Use kilometers as the unit of distance.
Avoid Tolls — Check to avoid tolls wherever possible and practical.
Heading Up — The map display will always track your
position moving upward.
International Borders Open — (North America only) Check to have CoPilot
route across international borders. When this option is turned off, your route
won’t cross borders even when it would be more practical.
North Up — The map display will always maintain
north at the top as you drive.
Break every ___ hours for ___ hours — Check to have the ETA for your trip
adjusted to reflect stops for breaks.
Box Zoom — This option is selected by default. It enables you to zoom into an area on
the map by drawing a box around it with the stylus.
Drag Map — 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.
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Favorites
Modes Menu
Tap the Favorites tab to open your List of
Favorite Addresses.
CoPilot has four modes of operation on the Pocket PC. Tap the pop-up Mode
menu at the bottom of the screen to select Guidance, Navigating, Walking,
or Planning Mode.
To change the assignment of your work or
home address, highlight your choice on the list
and then tap either Work or Home.
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.
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.
Guidance Mode
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 distance
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.
Navigating Mode
POIs
Tap Enabled 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.
Move the slider bar at the bottom of the
screen to limit alerts to POIs right on your
route or to include POIs that are nearby.
While in Navigating Mode, CoPilot will track your position as you drive. Unlike
in Guidance Mode, you won’t receive turn instructions or voice prompts.
This tracking feature is an ideal way to see your location on the map if you don’t
want to be distracted by CoPilot’s guidance features. Note that a GPS receiver
must be attached and receiving signals.
Walking Mode
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.
Planning Mode
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).
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The GPS Menu
Receiving signals-ON
Select Receiving from the
GPS menu to activate or
deactivate GPS satellite
reception. Receiving is
active if it is checked.
Receiving signals-OFF
3. Select Play GPS Tracks
from the GPS menu to begin
track playback in any screen.
4. During track playback you
can select Pause GPS Tracks
to stop the track from playing.
4a. Playback can be viewed in any
window. To control the speed, select
GPS menu > Options, tap Track
Playback, then use the sliding bar.
5. Select Close GPS Tracks
from the GPS menu to stop
the track from playing. To turn
receiving on, tap Receiving.
Tap once to change the status. If
Receiving is not checked, CoPilot
will be unable to provide driving
instructions.
Open and Play GPS Tracks
Save Current Location
1. CoPilot automatically creates
.gps track files as you drive, and
stores them at the end of each
trip. To open a GPS track,
Receiving must be turned off.
Select Open GPS Tracks to
open a Windows folder of your
stored .gps files.
Select Save Current Location from the
GPS menu to save your current location as a
favorite place (you must be receiving GPS data
to do this). A prompt will ask you to assign a
location name to your current latitude/
longitude position. After you enter a name,
your current location will be saved in the
Favorites list.
2. To access a track, tap
once on the file you want
to select.
NOTE: Remember that when your favorites list is filled (50), each new address
will replace the address that has been inactive for the longest period of time.
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Options
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:
Select Options... in the GPS menu to set up or
reset your GPS, view GPS satellite activity, or set
the speed at which GPS tracks play back.
1.Tap Next.
2. Type a state abbreviation.
3.Tap Next again.
4. In the next screen, enter a city or ZIP.
5.Tap Finish.
NOTE: These options can also be accessed from
the Welcome screen — tap GPS.
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 Trouble-shooting,
p. 91.
Tap Setup GPS to have CoPilot search for your
GPS receiver (your receiver must be attached).
Tap Next to start the scan. When your receiver is
located, you’ll see the message “GPS connection
configured successfully”. Tap Finish to continue.
If you need to change the COM port setting, tap
Manual, make the change, then tap Next.
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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.
Reference: Screens & Toolbars in
Guidance Mode on Your Pocket PC
The following is a summary guide to the screens and toolbars you will see on your
Pocket PC as you operate CoPilot in Guidance Mode.
Welcome Screen
The Welcome 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 Tools menu at any time.
Welcome screen options are:
 Going To to enter a destination and
receive guidance
 Tutorial for first-time users
 Help topics about basics such as trip
entry, hardware setup, and options
 GPS to set up your GPS and for GPS
information
 Options to change CoPilot routing,
guidance, and map options
 Live Setup for live communications
For more satellite acquisition information, tap the
View 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.
Going To Screen
To control the speed of your GPS track playbacks,
tap the Track Playback option. Use the slider
bar to speed up or slow down the playback speed.
Tap Delete GPS Tracks to delete all .gps files
from the folder where they are stored (usually the
My Documents folder on your mobile device or
storage card).
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.
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
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.
 Program or enter a Work address
 Select from your Favorite list
 Search for a Point of Interest (POI)
 Enter an Intersection
 Enter an Outlook Express Contact
 Enter a Latitude/Longitude point
 Enter a previously Saved Trip
Driver Safety Screen
No GPS Signal
When you see this screen it means that
CoPilot is not receiving data from the GPS
unit.
1) Check that all your connections have
been made correctly, and that all wires are
secure.
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. 43).
Next turn instruction.
2) Make sure your receiver is plugged into
your vehicle's power source.
Next turn arrow and distance to next turn.
3) In the drop-down GPS menu on your
Pocket PC, be sure Receiving is checked.
Customizable display lines, tap to cycle
through your current road, nearest
crossroad, nearest major road, nearest
town, ETA, or speed.
ETA and Distance to Next Stop display.
Messaging, Traffic, and GPS Status indicators.
(Green = 3D fix, Red = 2D fix,
Yellow = no fix)
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Map Screen
Toolbar Buttons
(Tap at the top or bottom of the screen if the toolbar is not visible.)
To invoke the toolbar and menu bar,
tap the bottom or top of the screen.
Next turn directional arrow.
Distance to next turn.
Route ahead highlighted in green, upcoming
turn marked with yellow arrow.
Customizable data display, tap to cycle
through current road, nearest crossroad,
nearest major road, nearest town, ETA,
or speed.
Going To - Takes you
to the Going To screen
where you can add a
stop or start a new trip.
Zoom In - Zooms in
for a closer look at the
map.
Zoom Out - Zooms
out to a more distant
view of the map.
Messaging, Traffic, and GPS Status indicators.
(GPS reception is good when green, fair
when yellow. Red indicates no fix.)
ETA and Distance to Next Stop display.
Detour - Generates an
alternate route from
your current position.
Cancel Detour Returns to the original
route after a detour has
been created.
Itinerary Screen
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 Selective Routing, p. 48).
Avoid Road - In the
Itinerary screen, causes
CoPilot to generate an
alternate route that does
not include the road that
is highlighted in the
driving directions.
Cancel Avoid - In the
Itinerary screen, this
button restores the
original route after the
Avoid Road button has
been used.
Scroll Up - In the
Itinerary screen, scrolls
the driving directions up.
Scroll Down - In the
Itinerary screen, scrolls
the driving directions
down.
View: To switch views, tap the View button (second from left
Toolbar for easy access to guidance
screens and trip editing. Can also be used
to avoid roads, and scroll up or down in
the Itinerary.
on the toolbar — its appearance will reflect the current view)
and choose a view from the drop-down menu.
Driver Safety Screen - Text only,
switches to the map below 10 m.p.h.
Next Turn - Map screen, frames your
current position to the next turn.
Distance between turns.
Destination - Map screen, frames the
view from your current position to your
final destination.
Direction of turns along your route.
Names of roads for upcoming turns.
Where Am I - Map screen, frames a
close-up view of your current position.
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
the View button, then tap the
Itinerary button in the nested
toolbar that pops up.
1. First turn on your Pocket PC
and launch CoPilot (tap Start >
Programs > CoPilot). In the
Welcome screen, tap the Mode
menu and select Planning.
3. Note that you should enter stops in
reverse order (destination first, origin
last) — 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.
2. The Plan Trip screen will open.
Tap Add Stop, then add stops
to your trip as you would in
Guidance Mode. To pick a
stop from the map, see p. 46.
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
Save Trip As 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..
4. Now you’ll see your route on the
map. You can tap the zoom
buttons on the toolbar to zoom
your view in and out.
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Trip Planning on Your Desktop
Run Trip
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.
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.
Edit Trip
New Trip
Edit Trip button or Edit
Trip in the Trip menu.
New Trip button or New
Trip in the File 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.
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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.
Select Landmark Reporting from
the drop-down Trip menu.
Click on a tab to frame any
stop on your route.
In this window you can control how many
Landmarks CoPilot points out when generating driving directions.
Map of area around your
destination. Zoom in and
move your cursor over a
street to view its name.
Distance Scale.
Latitude/longitude position
of your cursor on the map.
Help Menu
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.
Trip Planner Window (Cities & Addresses)
Click Cities and Addresses.
(For North America only) In this menu you
will also find helpful travel links and a
link to the ALK data corrections e-mail
address. With street-level data changing
every day, you may discover some
errors. Please drop us an e-mail. With
your help we will be able to improve
our map data with every update.
Enter city name/state, or
postal 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. 77 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 or postal 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.
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.
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.
Driving Directions and Map (Split Screen)
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.
Atlas, Start, and End tabs
will zoom to the map view
of those places respectively.
Driving directions give you turnby-turn instructions including
ramps and exits, and distance
and time between turns.
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. 77 for routing options.
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Fuel Cost Calculator
Routing Options
Click the Options button in the
Trip Planner window to access
CoPilot routing options.
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 and U-turns
where possible.
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.
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
On the following pages you'll see how you can communicate with someone on
the road from within CoPilot (the Live Mode sections) and what it's like to be the
driver using CoPilot when someone else is communicating with you (the Driving
with Live sections). To set up your Pocket PC for tracking/messaging from within
CoPilot or on the web, see Driving with Live - Pocket PC Setup, p. 84-86.
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 using a computer with CoPilot installed or from our CoPilot Live web
page.
Using this CoPilot Live functionality requires the following:
Live Mode - Overview
1) If you want to track and message other drivers: An Internet
connection on the computer you have CoPilot installed on, or access to
our CoPilot Live web page through a normal web browser.
Although the CoPilot Live web page is the best way to communicate with people
who are on the road, you can also use Live Mode from within CoPilot on your
desktop as shown in the following Live Mode sections.
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.
In Planning Mode click on the Live icon on the sidebar to the left of the map. The
upper portion of the new pane that opens is the Vehicle List. Your connection
to the CoPilot Live network is displayed above the Vehicle List. Remember that
you must have an Internet connection to get onto the CoPilot Live network.
CoPilot Live Web Page
As a CoPilot user, you can create an account on our website that allows you to
join the CoPilot Live Network. Then your family, friends, and coworkers can "see"
you and communicate with you anywhere in the world! Through the website you
can do all of the following:
The Screen Name of the driver is displayed on the Vehicle List, with columns for
the vehicle's next stop, ETA, speed, location, and time of last update. To see all
columns, expand the pane (place the cursor on the right edge until it becomes
an arrow and drag).
1) Send text messages to CoPilot users using large, customizable, one-touch
response buttons to ensure driver safety.
Login Status
2) Real-time tracking of other people who are on the road. See their
current location, destination, ETA and much more.
3) Send itinerary updates including new stops and revised destinations —
you can coordinate changes in plans with someone who's on the road
right now without forcing them to pull over and enter new information.
Vehicle List
4) Text-to-Speech enhances safety for all of your communications — text
messages and itinerary updates are spoken out loud when you send them,
keeping the recipient focused on the road ahead.
5) Create an online account from where you can send temporary or
permanent tracking numbers to friends and family. You can also create
and join groups with other CoPilot users and manage all your account
preferences.
Since you're the one who owns CoPilot, it's likely that your friends and family
will be the ones logging onto the CoPilot Live web site to communicate with you.
However, setting up your own account allows you to distribute tracking numbers
and have tighter control of the security so you know who has access to you while
you're on the road.
For more information and complete details, visit the CoPilot Live Tracking
Website at: http://live.alk.com.
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Message
Center
Below the Vehicle List is the Message Center. The text of sent and received
messages will appear here.
NOTE: All of CoPilot Live's communications are done in real-time. This means
information is only transferred when you and the person in his vehicle are using
CoPilot Live at the same time. In this sense CoPilot Live communication is similar
to using a telephone — communication only occurs when both parties are on at
the same time. ALK does not actively log driver's location information, nor do we
use this information for any purpose other than to transfer it between authorized
users.
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Live Mode - Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL)
Click your cursor in the space just below the Standard Response Buttons,
and begin typing. The Standard Response Buttons are included in every message
and are described in detail in Driving with Live - Receive/Respond To Messages (p. 87).
You have complete control over the Customizable Response Buttons:
1) Choose to display 1-4 buttons by clicking the corresponding number at the
bottom of the screen.
2) Change the text of each button — the driver will see whatever text you
enter and when the driver responds, the text of the button will be sent
back to you.
Once you have typed your message and specified your Customizable Response
Buttons, click the Send button to send your message to the driver. When the
driver responds to your message, the response is displayed in the Message
Center:
Vehicle Location
In Live Mode on your desktop you can track the location of the driver. Doubleclicking the vehicle in the Vehicle List will center the map on the driver's last
reported location. The vehicle location updates at an interval specified by the
driver on his Pocket PC (see Driving with Live — Pocket PC Setup, p. 84) as
long as both you and the driver are running CoPilot Live.
Live Mode - Send/Receive Messages
To send a message to the driver, click the Send Message button on the toolbar
or right click on the vehicle and select Send Message from the pop-up window.
Standard Response
Buttons
Text to Send
Message and Driver’s Response
Customizable
Response Buttons
Send Button
Advanced:
Changes Number of
Customizable Response
Buttons
Clicking on the Advanced tab of the Send Message window will expand the
view. From the Advanced view you can save frequently used message text and
button layouts that you can recall for future messages.
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Live Mode - Send Trip Itinerary Updates
When the driver responds to your trip itinerary update, the response is displayed
in the Message Center:
To send a Trip Itinerary Update to the driver, click the New Trip button on the
toolbar and create a trip itinerary in the Trip Planner window just as you would
in Planning Mode (see p. 65).
Then click the Send button:
Trip Planner Window
Send Button
Send Trip and Driver’s Response
Driving with Live - Pocket PC Setup
The previous sections have detailed how
you can communicate with someone else
who's on the road from within the CoPilot
Live program. The following Driving with
Live sections will describe how it looks
when you're the one on the road.
Send Trip
Confirmation
In the Send Trip Confirmation window you can specify whether you want the
new trip itinerary to replace the driver's existing trip, add as the next stop(s) in
the driver's current itinerary, or add as the last stop(s) in the driver's current
itinerary. Click OK to send the trip itinerary.
NOTE: CoPilot Live always uses the driver's current location as the start point
for giving route guidance.
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To set up your Pocket PC for tracking and
messaging, you (the driver) must first
enable this functionality using the Tools
menu.
1. Tap Tools at the bottom of the screen,
then Live. Then check Enable Live
Communications to connect to the
Live Network and enable tracking.
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2. Tap the Messenger tab and check
Enable Messaging to turn messaging on
so that messages can be sent and received.
If you would like each message you receive
to disappear from the screen and be placed
in a queue after a certain amount of time,
check Enable Timeout of Messages.
The time it takes for a message to be
queued is set in Planning Mode — go to
Tools menu > Options > Live. By
default, CoPilot will wait 30 seconds. See
Receive/Respond to Messages, p. 87, for
retrieval of queued messages.
In this screen you can also indicate how
often your current position should be sent
to the Live Network. Depending on the
plan offered by your wireless data service
provider, sending less data at infrequent
intervals will be more cost-effective.
3. Tap on the Login tab to enter or
change your screen name as it appears on
the home/office PC or CoPilot Live Web
page. Click Apply after making your entry.
You are now set up for messaging and
tracking from within CoPilot in Live
Mode. Your screen name can be changed
as many times as you like.
Pocket PC Setup for Live Web Tracking
If you would like access to CoPilot’s Live Network on the Web so that your
friends, family, and co-workers can message and track you from anywhere in the
world, you’ll need to set up your Pocket PC for web tracking. Once you do this
setup, you won’t be able to return to using the CoPilot application (Live Mode) in
this way, but you’ll gain the additional security features and functionality provided
with the CoPilot Live Network.
The setup for the web is simple. You (the driver) must first create a login
account using the CoPilot Live Web login page. Once you have submitted a User
Name and Password on the web, you then enter the same user name and
password — once only — within the CoPilot application to complete the setup.
1. Go to the CoPilot Live Web login page
at http://live.alk.com. Click Create a
new account, and enter all the required
information including a User Name and
Password.
2. Open CoPilot on your Pocket PC. Tap
the Tools menu > Live. Follow steps 13 on p. 84-85 to enable messaging and
tracking.
3. In the Login tab, enter a Screen
Name that will identify you to the person on the other end for messaging and
tracking.
4. Check Use Account Login, then
enter the same User Name and Password
you used to create your account on the
web (Step 1) and click Apply.
You are now set up for messaging
and tracking on the web. Your screen
name, user name, and/or password can be
changed as many times as you like.
However, you’ll need to change your user
name or password on the Live Web page
before changing them in CoPilot. This is
not required for your screen name.
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Driving with Live - Receive Trip Itinerary Updates
Driving with Live - Receive/Respond To Messages
When you are the driver and a message is
sent to you, CoPilot displays it on top of all
other windows. CoPilot's text-to-speech
engine will speak the text of the message
out loud when the message is received.
If you tap the Defer button (see below) or
do not respond within the time limit you
set up, the message will be put in a queue
and the Information button in the lower
right corner of the CoPilot guidance screen
will turn from gray to red. You’ll need to
tap the Information button to read the
message. If other messages have been
queued behind it, the messages will appear
in the order they were sent.
On the top are the four Standard Response Buttons which appear on every
message (shown below). You can also tap one of the Customizable Response
Buttons at the bottom of the screen that the message sender has included.
The text on the button is sent back.
When you are the driver and a Trip Itinerary Update is sent to you, CoPilot Live
displays it on top of all other windows. If you have CoPilot Live's text-to-speech
engine installed, you will hear the itinerary updates spoken out loud.
The four Standard Response Buttons appear (see p. 87).
You can Accept or Decline the change to your trip itinerary. If you accept the
change, CoPilot Live will automatically start giving route guidance using the new
itinerary.
Speak Message: CoPilot Live's text-to-speech engine
speaks the text of the message
Defer Message: Defers the message, which will reappear
later. Useful when you need to concentrate
on the turn instructions and the road.
More Information: Sends a response back that you need
more information.
Delete Message: Deletes the message-notice of the delete
is sent back.
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About GPS Technology
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.
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 emitting 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.
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 matter of a few
meters.
Data Corrections
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.
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.
To submit GPS tracks from within CoPilot:
How CoPilot Uses GPS
CoPilot uses the GPS positional data that it receives from the hardware unit you
place on your dashboard 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 your planned route if you enter a destination on your Pocket PC. CoPilot
guides you with audible prompts as you drive as well as on-screen directions.
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Connect you Pocket PC to your desktop via Activesync.
Make sure you have Internet access from your desktop.
Open CoPilot on your desktop.
From the top toolbar select GPS > Submit GPS Tracks.
CoPilot pulls the GPS tracks from your Pocket PC and sends them to ALK
electronically.
To submit GPS tracks by E-mail:
Tracking will begin automatically when you have satellite reception. In order to
get route guidance, you have to enter a destination on your Pocket PC. Tracking
may also be used without receiving guidance instructions when you’re in
Navigating Mode. In this case, you'll see your trip tracked on the map on your
Pocket PC as you drive, but you won't see a highlighted route on the map and
you won't be given driving directions.
On your Pocket PC your GPS tracks (files that end with .gps) are stored in your
My Documents > gpstracks folder.
t
If your map data is loaded onto a storage card, your tracks are stored in
he My Documents > gpstracks folder on that storage card.
If your map data is loaded onto your device memory, your tracks are
stored in the My Documents > gpstracks folder on your device.
GPS Accuracy
1. Copy all GPS tracks to your desktop
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 location is within 15 - 30 feet of your exact position. CoPilot takes
this location information and enhances it further by "snapping" it to our street
and highway network. Occasionally, CoPilot will place you on the wrong road.
If this occurs, keep driving and CoPilot will automatically correct itself and find
your proper position.
2. Send them as an email attachment to data@alk.com
At times, CoPilot's GPS tracking will be less accurate or fail to work at all
because the unit is unable to receive satellite signals. Heavy foliage, tall buildings,
or any other structures obstructing communications will interfere with CoPilot's
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Specific Data Notes
Electronic Submission:
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.
1. Make sure your desktop is connected to the Internet
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2. Open CoPilot on your desktop
3. From the top toolbar select Help > E-mail Data Corrections
4. Complete the form and click Send
PC’s Reset button (located on the bottom or back of the device) while
CoPilot is open and the GPS unit is connected.
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.
Contact ALK by Mail/Fax:
You also have the option to write out any data corrections and/or create a CD
with GPS tracks and mail/fax them to:
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.
ALK Technologies
Attn: Data Corrections
1000 Herrontown Road · Princeton, NJ · 08540 · USA
Fax: 609-252-8166 (North America only)
E-mail: data@alk.com** (North America only)
Using Help Files
Trouble-shooting
CoPilot provides extensive Help Files, available on your desktop/laptop and your
Pocket PC, to guide you through the program as you use it.
Why can't I get a satellite reading the first time I use Pocket CoPilot?
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.
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.
In the drive screen on my Pocket PC I am receiving turn-bby-tturn instructions in the black
box, but my 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.
From within CoPilot on your Pocket PC, you can also select Options in the
Tools menu, then tap the Guidance tab and be sure that Amplify Speech
Volume is checked.
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.
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.
Software Registration
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 609-252-8191 (M-F, 9:00 AM 5:00 PM EST).
GPS PROBLEMS
In Europe: Go to www.alk.eu.com and click "Support Center".
If you are not getting a GPS signal please check the following:
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.
1. In the GPS menu, make sure there is a check mark next to Receiving.
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
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Technical Support
Return Policy
After registering your software (see p. 92), 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).
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).
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).
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.
North America - Web: www.alk.com, E-mail: cpsupport@alk.com,
Fax: 609-252-8166, Phone: 888-872-8768
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
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.
Australia - Web: www.travroute.com.au/support.html,
E-mail: support@travroute.com.au, Phone: 03-9855-1498
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:
ALK Technologies
Attn: CoPilot Returns
1000 Herrontown Road
Princeton, NJ 08540
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
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.
OPENING THE PACKAGE OR USING THE ENCLOSED SOFTWARE
INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE TERMS OF THIS LICENSE.
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.
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..
3. Limited Warranty:
ALKTechnologies, Inc. LICENSE AGREEMENT
CoPilot | Pocket PC 5 with NORTH AMERICAN DATA
LICENSES: 1 User
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.
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.
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.
 Electronic reproduction and transmission of output to remote locations
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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.
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.
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.
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 modification 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..
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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.
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
laws of the State of New Jersey.
© Copyright 1990-2004 ALK Technologies, Inc.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Exit Authority (c) 1999-2004 Zenrin USA, Inc. All rights reserved.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Disclosure for products containing Canadian Postal Code and/or
Canadian Street-Level Data:
Based on Computer File(s) licensed from Statistics Canada. © Copyright, HER
MAJESTY THE QUEEN IN RIGHT OF CANADA, as represented by the Minister
of Industry, Statistics Canada 2004. ALK Technologies, Inc. is an Authorized 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
obtained from Statistics Canada.
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.
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.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Software License Agreement for FONIX TEXT TO SPEECH ENGINE
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.
SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
This Agreement is a legal agreement between you and Fonix Corporation
("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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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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limited to such 30 day period provided that limitation is permitted by applicable
law.
ALK Technologies, Inc. LICENSE AGREEMENT
CoPilot | Pocket PC 5 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.
IMPORTANT: Please read the following agreement ("License") carefully.
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.
Acceptance: Installation or use of the enclosed ALK Technologies, Inc. ("ALK")
software (the "Software") on your computer constitutes your acceptance of
these terms. If you do not agree to the terms of this License, you must immediately delete the Software from your computer and destroy any copies you made
of the Software and of any written materials relating to the software, and
promptly return the Software and, if bought as part of a package, any associated
devices to your retailer for a refund.
License: ALK grants you, as an individual, a License to install and use one copy
of the Software on a single personal computer at a time.Your License to use the
Software is subject to you complying with the terms of this License. A License is
required for each installation of the Software, unless the Software is (i) installed
temporarily on a computer during the repair or maintenance of the computer on
which the Software is normally installed and (ii) is immediately deleted from such
computer as soon as those repairs or maintenance are complete. You may make
one copy of the Software for backup purposes only.
NO OTHER WARRANTIES: EXCEPT AS SET OUT IN THE LIMITED WARRANTY, ALK DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE SOFTWARE IS ERROR FREE.
ALK DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE SOFTWARE,WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS. Some
jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of implied warranties or limits on how
long an implied warranty may last, or an exclusion of incidental damages. This
means the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty
gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights depending on
your country.
No Liability for indirect loss: In no event will ALK be liable to you for any
loss of profit, wasted time, lost business or for any incidental, or indirect loss of
any kind arising out of the performance or use of the Software, even if ALK has
been advised of the possibility of such damages.
Termination: Without prejudice to its other rights, ALK may terminate this
License if you fail to comply with these terms and conditions. In that situation,
you must destroy all copies of the Software.
Copyright: United States copyright law and international treaty provisions protect the Software.You agree that no title to the intellectual property in the
Software is transferred to you.You further acknowledge that title and ownership
rights will remain the exclusive property of ALK, and you will not acquire any
rights to the Software except as expressly set out in this License. You agree that
any copies of the Software will contain the same proprietary notices that appear
on and in the Software.
Choice of Law: This License is governed by the laws of England.
Prohibited Use: Unless you have ALK's prior written permission, you may not
(i) use, copy, modify, alter, or transfer the Software or accompanying documentation, except as expressly permitted in this License; (ii) translate, disassemble,
decompile, or reverse engineer the Software (iii) sublicense or lease the Software
or its documentation; or (iv) use the Software in a multi-user or networked environment or on a rental basis or in a time-sharing or computer service business.
Limited Warranty: ALK warrants that the Software will perform substantially
in accordance with the accompanying written materials for a period of 30 days
from the date of purchase. Any implied warranties relating to the Software are
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----------------------------------------------------------------------------END USER DATA LICENSE AGREEMENT
for Navigation Technologies, Inc.
PLEASE READ THIS END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT CAREFULLY BEFORE
USING THE NAVTECH DATABASE
NOTICE TO THE USER:
THIS IS A LICENSE AGREEMENT - AND NOT AN AGREEMENT FOR SALE BETWEEN YOU AND NAVIGATION TECHNOLOGIES B.V. FOR YOUR COPY
OF THE NAVTECH NAVIGABLE MAP DATABASE, INCLUDING ASSOCIATED
COMPUTER SOFTWARE, MEDIA AND EXPLANATORY PRINTED DOCUMENTATION PUBLISHED BY NAVIGATION TECHNOLOGIES (JOINTLY "THE - 100 -
DATABASE"). BY DULY SIGNING AND RETURNING THIS AGREEMENT TO US
AND IN ANY EVENT BY USING THE DATABASE,YOU ACCEPT AND AGREE
TO ALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT ("EULA"). IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE TERMS OF THIS EULA,
PROMPTLY RETURN THE DATABASE, ALONG WITH ALL OTHER ACCOMPANYING ITEMS,TO YOUR SUPPLIER FOR A REFUND.
OWNERSHIP
The database and the copyrights and intellectual property or neighboring rights
therein are owned by Navigation Technologies or its licensors. Ownership of the
media on which the Database is contained is retained by Navigation Technologies
and/or your supplier until after you have paid in full any amounts due to
Navigation Technologies and/or your supplier pursuant to this EULA or similar
agreement(s) under which goods are provided to you.
LICENSE GRANT
Navigation Technologies grants you a non-exclusive license to use the Database
for your personal use or, if applicable, for use in your business' internal operations.This license does not include the right to grant sub-licenses.
LIMITATIONS ON USE
The Database is restricted for use in the specific system for which it was created.
Except to the extent explicitly permitted by mandatory laws (e.g. national laws
based on the European Software Directive (91/250) and the Database Directive
(96/9)), you may not extract or reutilize substantial parts of the contents of the
Database nor reproduce, copy, modify, adapt, translate, disassemble, decompile,
reverse engineer any portion of the Database. If you wish to obtain interoperability information as meant in (the national laws based on) the European Software
Directive, you shall grant Navigation Technologies reasonable opportunity to provide said information on reasonable terms, including costs, to be determined by
Navigation Technologies.
TRANSFER OF LICENSE
You may not transfer the Database to third parties, except when installed in the
system for which it was created or when you do not retain any copy of the
Database, and provided that the transferee agrees to all terms and conditions of
this EULA and confirms this in writing to Navigation Technologies.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Navigation Technologies warrants that, subject to the Warnings set out below, for
a period of 12 months after acquisition of your copy of the Database, it will perform substantially in accordance with Navigation Technologies' Criteria for
Accuracy and Completeness existing on the date you acquired the Database;
these criteria are available from Navigation Technologies at your request. If the
Database does not perform in accordance with this limited warranty, Navigation
Technologies will use reasonable efforts to repair or replace your non-conforming copy of the Database. If these efforts do not lead to performance of the
Database in accordance with the warranties set out herein, you will have the
option to either receive a reasonable refund of the price you paid for the
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Database or to rescind this EULA.This shall be Navigation Technologies' entire
liability and your sole remedy against Navigation Technologies. Except as expressly
provided in this section, Navigation Technologies does not warrant nor make any
representations regarding the use of results of the use of the database in terms
of its correctness, accuracy, reliability, or otherwise. Navigation Technologies does
not warrant that the Database is or will be error free. No oral or written information or advice provided by Navigation Technologies, your supplier or any other
person shall create a warranty or in any way increase the scope of the limited
warranty described above.The limited warranty set forth in this EULA does not
affect or prejudice any statutory legal rights that you may have under the legal
warranty against hidden defects.
If you did not acquire the Database from Navigation Technologies directly, you
may have statutory rights against the person from whom you have acquired the
Database in addition to the rights granted by Navigation Technologies hereunder
according to the law of your jurisdiction.The above warranty of Navigation
Technologies shall not affect such statutory rights and you may assert such rights
in addition to the warranty rights granted herein.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
The price of the Database does not include any consideration for assumption of
risk of consequential, indirect or unlimited direct damages which may arise in
connection with your use of the Database. Accordingly, in no event shall
Navigation Technologies be liable for any consequential or indirect damages,
including without limitation, loss of revenue, data, or use, incurred by you or any
third party arising out of your use of the Database, whether in an action in contract or tort or based on a warranty, even if Navigation Technologies has been
advised of the possibility of such damages. In any event Navigation Technologies'
liability for direct damages is limited to the price of your copy of the Database.
THE LIMITED WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY, SET FORTH IN
THIS EULA, DO NOT AFFECT OR PREJUDICE YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS
WHERE YOU HAVE ACQUIRED THE DATABASE OTHERWISE THAN IN THE
COURSE OF A BUSINESS.
WARNINGS
The Database reflects reality as existing before you received the Database and it
comprises data and information from government and other sources, which may
contain errors and omissions. Accordingly, the Database may contain inaccurate
or incomplete information due to the passage of time, changing circumstances,
and due to the nature of the sources used.The Database does not include or
reflect information on - inter alia - neighborhood safety; law enforcement; emergency assistance; construction work; road or lane closures; vehicle or speed
restrictions; road slope or grade; bridge height, weight or other limits; road or
traffic conditions; special events; traffic congestion; or travel time.
GOVERNING LAW
This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the jurisdiction, in which you
reside at the date of acquisition of the Database. Should you at that
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moment reside outside the European Union or Switzerland, the law of the jurisdiction within the European Union or Switzerland where you acquired the
Database shall apply. In all other cases, or if the jurisdiction where you acquired
the Database cannot be defined, the laws of the Netherlands shall apply.The
courts competent at your place of residence at the time you acquired the
Database shall have jurisdiction over any dispute arising out of, or relating to this
Agreement, without prejudice to Navigation Technologies' right to bring claims at
your then current place of residence.
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.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Software License Agreement for FONIX TEXT TO SPEECH ENGINE
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.
SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
This Agreement is a legal agreement between you and Fonix Corporation
("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.
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.
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.
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 - 103 -
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ALK Technologies, Inc. LICENSE AGREEMENT
CoPilot | Pocket PC 5 with AUSTRALIAN DATA
LICENSES: 1 User
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.
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.
2.Term:
INSTALLING THIS SOFTWARE INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE
TERMS OF THIS LICENSE.
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.
1. Grant of License:
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.
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
provide a limited number of printed copies (up to 10) 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.
 Electronic reproduction and transmission of output to remote locations are
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3. Limited Warranty:
ALK warrants that all media 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.
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 media
that does not meet ALK's Limited Warranty, and that is returned to ALK with a
copy of your receipt.
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 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.
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
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fication or addition to this warranty. Some jurisdictions 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.
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.
5. 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
laws of the State of New Jersey.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Software License Agreement for FONIX TEXT TO SPEECH ENGINE
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.
SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
This Agreement is a legal agreement between you and Fonix Corporation
("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.
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.
LIMITED WARRANTY: Fonix warrants that the Product's physical media will be,
- 107 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.
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.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR WHEREIS™ DATA
1. GRANT OF LICENCE
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 licence to use the mapping data ("Whereis Data") contained in
this CD-ROM on the following terms ("Licence"). The Licence commences when
you click on the "I Agree" button at the end of these terms and continues until
terminated in accordance with this agreement.
2. RIGHTS OF USE
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
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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.
3. PROPERTY AND OWNERSHIP
All intellectual property rights (including copyright and any trade marks used by
the Licensor and Telstra) in and to the Whereis Data are the sole and exclusive
property of, or a use under licence by, the Licensor (or its licensors). Except to
the extent permitted by this Licence, you do not acquire any intellectual property
rights in or to the Whereis Data.
4. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY
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.
5.TERMINATION
The Licensor may terminate the Licence immediately if you are in breach of any
provision of this agreement. Your rights under this agreement cease immediately
upon termination of the Licence 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 Licence does
not affect any rights or remedies which accrued prior to termination.
6. GENERAL
You may not assign or sub-license your rights under this Licence.This agreement
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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