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1. INTRODUCTION .................................................................... 1-1 Honeywell Customer Support ..................................................... 1-2 Honeywell Aerospace Technical Publications ............................ 1-3 2. Getting Started...................................................................... 2-1 Unit overview .............................................................................. 2-1 Displays and Controls ............................................................ 2-1 Supplied Equipment ............................................................... 2-3 Optional Equipment ................................................................ 2-4 Charging the Internal Battery ...................................................... 2-5 Using AV8OR.............................................................................. 2-6 Understanding Terms ............................................................. 2-6 Turning AV8OR on/off ................................................................ 2-7 AV8OR Sleep Mode ................................................................... 2-8 Turn Sleep Mode On and Off ................................................. 2-8 Main Menu .................................................................................. 2-8 Getting satellite signals ............................................................... 2-9 View GPS status from Settings .............................................. 2-9 3. Aviation Mode Operation ..................................................... 3-1 Basic Operation .......................................................................... 3-1 Aviation Mode ......................................................................... 3-1 Program Startup ............................................................ 3-1 Demo Mode ................................................................... 3-4 Aviation Main Menu Page .............................................. 3-5 VFR Moving Map Function ......................................................... 3-9 Main Map Display Window ..................................................... 3-9 Data Fields ................................................................... 3-14 Altitude Data Field ....................................................... 3-14 Bearing Data Field ....................................................... 3-14 Course Deviation Indicator (CDI) Data Field ............... 3-14 Departure Time Data Field .......................................... 3-15 Distance to Waypoint Data Field ................................. 3-15 Desired Track Data Field ............................................. 3-15 En-Route Safe Altitude Data Field ............................... 3-15 Estimated Time of Arrival Data Field ........................... 3-15 Estimated Time En-Route Data Field .......................... 3-16 Flight Time Data Field .................................................. 3-16 Groundspeed Data Field.............................................. 3-16 Minimum Safe Altitude Data Field ............................... 3-17 Near Position Data Field .............................................. 3-17 Pub. No.D200803000008
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Present Position Data Field ......................................... 3-17 Stop Watch Data Field ................................................. 3-18 Time Data Field............................................................ 3-18 Track Angle Error Data Field ....................................... 3-20 Track Angle Data Field ................................................ 3-20 Track To Steer Data Field ............................................ 3-20 Waypoint Ident Data Field. .......................................... 3-20 Cross Track Error Data Field ....................................... 3-20 VFR Moving Map Operation ................................................. 3-21 MAP ZOOMING ........................................................... 3-21 MAP VIEW ................................................................... 3-21 SmartProfile ................................................................. 3-22 NEAREST – Select Nearest Destination: .................... 3-25 DIRECT-TO NAVIGATION .......................................... 3-28 Create a Direct-To course from the Map ..................... 3-28 Create a Direct-To course from the keyboard entry (No
Flight Plan) ................................................................... 3-30 Re-center aircraft when Direct-To is already enabled . 3-31 Bypass a WPT with a flight plan active ........................ 3-32 Enter a Direct-To WPT with a flight plan active. .......... 3-34 PTR MENU .................................................................. 3-36 PTR MENU – DIRECT-TO Navigation ........................ 3-37 PTR MENU – OBS Navigation .................................... 3-38 Center Map .................................................................. 3-40 Center To WPT/Center Aircraft.................................... 3-41 Selectable GPS Data Source ...................................... 3-42 AUTONAV.................................................................... 3-42 STOP WATCH ............................................................. 3-43 Flight Plan Function .................................................................. 3-45 Creating New Flight Plan using the Virtual Keyboard . 3-45 Creating New Flight Plan using MAP Selections ......... 3-49 Stored Flight Plans Processing.................................... 3-52 EDIT FPLAN ................................................................ 3-53 FPLAN ADMIN ............................................................. 3-55 USER WPTS................................................................ 3-57 FLY FPLAN .................................................................. 3-59 Weather Function...................................................................... 3-61 Hardware Accessory ............................................................ 3-61 Receiving Weather Data....................................................... 3-61 Choose Product .................................................................... 3-62 Legend .................................................................................. 3-65 Pub. No.D200803000008
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Messages Function ................................................................... 3-67 Notepad ................................................................................ 3-69 System Setup Function............................................................. 3-72 System Setup Menu ............................................................. 3-72 General System Setup................................................. 3-73 Map Setup.................................................................... 3-75 Navigation Setup ......................................................... 3-78 Data Field Setup .......................................................... 3-82 Flight Plan Data Setup ................................................. 3-85 Demo Mode Setup ....................................................... 3-85 Device Setup ........................................................................ 3-87 Status Page .......................................................................... 3-89 Shut Down ............................................................................ 3-91 4. Automotive Mode Operation ............................................... 4-1 Warnings and Safety information................................................ 4-1 Glossary ...................................................................................... 4-2 Getting Started ............................................................................ 4-4 Simple and Advanced modes................................................. 4-6 Soft Keys and Controls on the screen .................................... 4-8 Using keyboards .......................................................... 4-10 Additional Controls....................................................... 4-11 Using the Map .............................................................. 4-12 CHECKING THE DETAILS OF A MAP LOCATION .... 4-13 MANIPULATING THE MAP ......................................... 4-14 STATUS INFORMATION AND HIDDEN CONTROLS ON
THE MAP ..................................................................... 4-16 USING THE CURSOR (THE SELECTED MAP
LOCATION) ................................................................. 4-22 Advanced Functions ............................................................. 4-23 SMART ZOOM ............................................................ 4-23 POSITION MARKERS ................................................. 4-24 Current GPS Position and Lock-on-Road.................... 4-24 Returning to Normal Navigation................................... 4-24 Selected Location (Cursor) .......................................... 4-25 Original Position in the Cursor Menu ........................... 4-25 DAYTIME AND NIGHT COLOR SCHEMES ............... 4-26 COLOR SCHEME IN TUNNELS ................................. 4-26 ROUTE CALCULATION AND RECALCULATION ...... 4-26 ITINERARY .................................................................. 4-27 TRACK LOGS .............................................................. 4-29 ROUTE DEMONSTRATION........................................ 4-29 Pub. No.D200803000008
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POI (POINTS OF INTEREST) ..................................... 4-29 Saving POI ................................................................... 4-30 Managing POI .............................................................. 4-30 ROAD SAFETY CAMERAS......................................... 4-30 Saving Road Safety Cameras ..................................... 4-31 Camera Warning .......................................................... 4-31 Camera Types ............................................................. 4-31 Camera Directions ....................................................... 4-33 SPEED LIMIT WARNING ............................................ 4-34 ROUTE Navigation ................................................................... 4-34 Selecting the Destination of a Route .................................... 4-34 SELECTING THE CURSOR AS THE DESTINATION 4-35 ENTERING AN ADDRESS OR PART OF AN ADDRESS
..................................................................................... 4-36 Entering an Address (Europe) ..................................... 4-36 Entering an Address (North America, Australia).......... 4-38 Entering an Address if house numbering is restarted . 4-40 Enter an Address without knowing the district/suburb . 4-42 Selecting an Intersection as the Destination ............... 4-43 Selecting a City Center as the Destination .................. 4-45 Entering an Address with a Postal Code ..................... 4-46 Tips on Entering Addresses Quickly ............................ 4-47 SELECTING THE DESTINATION FROM YOUR
FAVORITES................................................................. 4-48 SELECTING THE DESTINATION FROM THE POIS . 4-48 SELECTING THE DESTINATION WITH SAVED POI
SEARCH CRITERIA .................................................... 4-50 Selecting the destination from the History ................... 4-51 Selecting the destination by entering its coordinate .... 4-51 Creating a Multi-point Route (inserting a Via Point) ............. 4-52 Creating a Multi-point Route (Append a New Destination) .. 4-53 Editing the Route .................................................................. 4-54 Viewing Whole Route on the Map (Fit-to-Screen)................ 4-55 Watching the Simulation of the Route .................................. 4-56 Enabling Safety Mode .......................................................... 4-56 Pausing the Active Route ..................................................... 4-57 Deleting the Next Via Point from the Route ......................... 4-57 Deleting the Active Route ..................................................... 4-57 Using Track Logs.................................................................. 4-58 Recording the travelled path (creating a Track Log) ... 4-58 Simulating a Track Log on the map ............................. 4-58 Pub. No.D200803000008
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Changing the color of a Track Log .............................. 4-59 Saving a Route ..................................................................... 4-59 Loading a Saved Route ........................................................ 4-60 Reference book (Advanced mode) ........................................... 4-61 Map Screen .......................................................................... 4-62 Icons on the map ......................................................... 4-66 Battery, GPS Position Quality, Vehicle Type Indicator 4-67 Status Indicator Strip ................................................... 4-68 Next two Route Events (Turn Preview fields) .............. 4-70 Objects on the map...................................................... 4-71 Streets and Roads ....................................................... 4-71 Elements of the Active Route ...................................... 4-71 Detour menu ................................................................ 4-73 Cursor menu ................................................................ 4-74 Position menu .............................................................. 4-77 Route Information screen ............................................ 4-77 Trip Information screen ................................................ 4-80 Trip Computer screen .................................................. 4-84 QUICK MENU .............................................................. 4-85 GPS DATA SCREEN................................................... 4-88 Find menu............................................................................. 4-91 Route menu .......................................................................... 4-92 MANAGE SAVED ROUTES ........................................ 4-94 MANAGE HISTORY .................................................... 4-95 MANAGE TRACK LOGS ............................................. 4-95 Manage Favorites ........................................................ 4-96 MANAGE POIS ............................................................ 4-97 MANAGE SAVED SEARCH CRITERIA ...................... 4-99 USER DATA MANAGEMENT ..................................... 4-99 Settings Menu..................................................................... 4-100 MAP SCREEN SETTINGS ........................................ 4-102 SOUND SETTINGS ................................................... 4-103 ROUTE PLANNING OPTIONS.................................. 4-104 REGIONAL SETTINGS ............................................. 4-108 NAVIGATION SETTINGS.......................................... 4-109 WARNING SETTINGS .............................................. 4-110 GPS SETTINGS ........................................................ 4-112 MENU SETTINGS ..................................................... 4-113 DEVICE SETTINGS .................................................. 4-113 TRACK LOG SETTINGS ........................................... 4-114 5. MULTIMEDIA ......................................................................... 5-1 Pub. No.D200803000008
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Music Player ............................................................................... 5-1 Photos ......................................................................................... 5-2 Movie player................................................................................ 5-4 Ebook Reader ............................................................................. 5-5 Downloading Multimedia Files .................................................... 5-6 6. SYSTEM SETTINGS .............................................................. 6-1 GPS Status ................................................................................. 6-1 Backlight ..................................................................................... 6-1 Backlight control bar ............................................................... 6-2 Backlight shutdown setting ..................................................... 6-2 Volume ........................................................................................ 6-2 Enable/disable audio output ................................................... 6-3 Volume control bar ................................................................. 6-3 System Info ................................................................................. 6-3 Bluetooth ..................................................................................... 6-4 7. APPENDIX ............................................................................. 7-1 Acronyms and Abbreviations ...................................................... 7-1 Downloading files from PC ......................................................... 7-4 Connection to An External GPS Source ..................................... 7-5 Bendix/King KLN-94 ............................................................... 7-5 Garmin© GNS 430/430W/530/530W ..................................... 7-5 Connection to An External Weather Source ............................... 7-7 Bendix/King KDR-610 Setup .................................................. 7-7 WxWorx XM Weather Receiver Serial Setup ......................... 7-9 WxWorx XM Weather Receiver Bluetooth Setup ................. 7-10 External Flight Plans ................................................................. 7-15 Jeppesen FliteStar© PC Application ................................... 7-15 Pub. No.D200803000008
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Figure 2-1: AV8OR Controls ........................................................... 2-1 Figure 2-2: Charging with AV8OR turned off .................................. 2-5 Figure 2-3: Charge is completed ..................................................... 2-6 Figure 2-4: AV8OR Power Up ......................................................... 2-7 Figure 2-5: AV8OR Power off ......................................................... 2-8 Figure 2-6: AV8OR Sleep Mode ..................................................... 2-8 Figure 2-7: Main Menu .................................................................... 2-9 Figure 2-8: Settings Page ............................................................... 2-9 Figure 2-9: GPS Signal Strength Page – Locked and Unlocked .. 2-10 Figure 2-10: GPS Information of Current position ........................ 2-11 Figure 2-11: GPS Data flow .......................................................... 2-11 Figure 2-12: GPS Reset ................................................................ 2-11 Figure 3-1: Initial Title Page ............................................................ 3-1 Figure 3-2: Self Test Failed ............................................................. 3-2 Figure 3-3: Self Test Failed Caution ............................................... 3-2 Figure 3-4: SELF TEST COMPLETED Page.................................. 3-3 Figure 3-5: Final Title Page ............................................................. 3-3 Figure 3-6: Demo Mode .................................................................. 3-4 Figure 3-7: Map Page ..................................................................... 3-5 Figure 3-8: Main Menu Page........................................................... 3-5 Figure 3-9: Flight Plan – Flight Plan Index Page ............................ 3-6 Figure 3-10: Messages – Messages Info Page .............................. 3-7 Figure 3-11: Weather – Weather Map Page ................................... 3-7 Figure 3-12: System Setup – System Setup Menu page................ 3-8 Figure 3-13: Main Map Display Page.............................................. 3-9 Figure 3-14: Map – No position data CAUTION ........................... 3-11 Figure 3-15: Map – No Altitude Available CAUTION .................... 3-11 Figure 3-16: Map – Non-pointer Map mode .................................. 3-12 Figure 3-17: Map – Pointer Map mode ......................................... 3-12 Figure 3-18: Map – Pointer Tag Window / Title Window .............. 3-13 Figure 3-19: Map – Without soft keys ........................................... 3-13 Figure 3-20: Map – Map View Setup ............................................ 3-21 Figure 3-21: Map - Vertical Profile On .......................................... 3-22 Figure 3-22: Map – Topo On ......................................................... 3-23 Figure 3-23: Map – Relative Terrain ............................................. 3-23 Figure 3-24: Map – Topo Off ......................................................... 3-25 Figure 3-25: Map – Nearest Database Selection .......................... 3-25 Figure 3-26: Map – Nearest Airport List ........................................ 3-26 Pub. No.D200803000008
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Figure 3-27: Map – Airport information ......................................... 3-27 Figure 3-28: Map - Airport Filter .................................................... 3-27 Figure 3-29: Map – Direct-To OFF ................................................ 3-28 Figure 3-30: Map - Select a NAVAID ............................................ 3-29 Figure 3-31: Map - Direct To a NAVAID ....................................... 3-29 Figure 3-32: Map - Navigate to a NAVAID point ........................... 3-30 Figure 3-33: Map – Virtual Keyboard ............................................ 3-30 Figure 3-34: Map – Entered Waypoint Info ................................... 3-31 Figure 3-35: Re-center aircraft – Step 1 ....................................... 3-32 Figure 3-36: Step 1 Bypass a WPT .............................................. 3-33 Figure 3-37: Bypass a WPT - Step 2 ............................................ 3-33 Figure 3-38: Bypass a WPT - Step 3 ............................................ 3-33 Figure 3-39: Bypass a Waypoint Step 4 ....................................... 3-34 Figure 3-40: Enter a New WPT with Flight Plan Active ................ 3-34 Figure 3-41: Enter New WPT – Select KEYBD Soft key .............. 3-35 Figure 3-42: Enter New WPT Ident ............................................... 3-35 Figure 3-43: New Direct-To Active. ............................................... 3-36 Figure 3-44: Map – NAVAID Point PTR MENU ............................ 3-36 Figure 3-45: Map – User Defined Point PTR MENU .................... 3-37 Figure 3-46: Map – User Defined Waypoint.................................. 3-37 Figure 3-47: Map – Navigate to a user defined WPT ................... 3-38 Figure 3-48: OBS Course to NAVAID ........................................... 3-39 Figure 3-49: Map –OBS Start........................................................ 3-39 Figure 3-50: Map – OBS Navigation ............................................. 3-40 Figure 3-51: Map – OBS Configuration ......................................... 3-40 Figure 3-52: Map – Center to WPT ............................................... 3-41 Figure 3-53: Map – Center Aircraft ............................................... 3-42 Figure 3-54: Stop Watch Data Field .............................................. 3-43 Figure 3-55: Flight Plan - Index Page with no Flight Plan ............. 3-45 Figure 3-56: New Flight Plan Page ............................................... 3-46 Figure 3-57: Virtual Keyboard ....................................................... 3-46 Figure 3-58: Enter Waypoint Identifier .......................................... 3-47 Figure 3-59: Waypoint Entry Window ........................................... 3-47 Figure 3-60: All WPTs Entered into Flight Plan ............................ 3-48 Figure 3-61: Flight Plan Saved...................................................... 3-48 Figure 3-62: Flight Plan Index ....................................................... 3-49 Figure 3-63: New Flight Plan Page ............................................... 3-49 Figure 3-64: Flight Plan – Map Selction of WPTs ......................... 3-50 Figure 3-65: Flight Plan - Waypoint Detail .................................... 3-50 Figure 3-66: Flight Plan - Selected Waypoint Detail Information .. 3-51 Figure 3-67: Flight Plan - Stored Flight Plan with a Waypoint ...... 3-51 Pub. No.D200803000008
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Figure 3-68: Flight Plan - Save Waypoint ..................................... 3-52 Figure 3-69: Flight Plan – Flight Plan Accepted ........................... 3-52 Figure 3-70: Flight Plan Index Page ............................................. 3-53 Figure 3-71: Flight Plan - DATA VIEW.......................................... 3-54 Figure 3-72: Flight Plan Selected WPT from Map ........................ 3-54 Figure 3-73: Flight Plan - FPLAN ADMIN ..................................... 3-55 Figure 3-74: Flight Plan - COPY FPLAN....................................... 3-55 Figure 3-75: Invert Flight Plan - Step 1 ......................................... 3-56 Figure 3-76: Invert Flight Plan - Step 2 ......................................... 3-56 Figure 3-77: Invert Flight Plan - Step 3 ......................................... 3-57 Figure 3-78: Delete Flight Plan ..................................................... 3-57 Figure 3-79: Flight Plan - User Waypoint List ............................... 3-58 Figure 3-80: Flight Plan – New/Edit User Waypoint ..................... 3-58 Figure 3-81: Flight Plan – WPT Range and Bearing Config ......... 3-59 Figure 3-82: Flight Plan - FLY FPLAN .......................................... 3-60 Figure 3-83: Flight Plan – Active Flight Plan ................................. 3-60 Figure 3-84: WX – No Data Received........................................... 3-62 Figure 3-85: WX – Non-pointer mode ........................................... 3-62 Figure 3-86: WX – Choose Product .............................................. 3-63 Figure 3-87: WX – NEXRAD ......................................................... 3-63 Figure 3-88: Graphical METARs ................................................... 3-64 Figure 3-89: WX - AIRMETs ......................................................... 3-64 Figure 3-90: WX – Pointer mode .................................................. 3-66 Figure 3-91: WX – Legend Info ..................................................... 3-66 Figure 3-92: Messages ................................................................. 3-67 Figure 3-93: Notepad Page ........................................................... 3-71 Figure 3-94: Checklist Page .......................................................... 3-71 Figure 3-95: System Setup - System Setup Menu Page .............. 3-72 Figure 3-96: System Setup – General System Setup Options ..... 3-73 Figure 3-97: System Setup – Setting values................................. 3-73 Figure 3-98: System Setup – Map System Setup Options ........... 3-75 Figure 3-99: Map System Setup – Point Feature Setup ............... 3-77 Figure 3-100: Map System Setup – Line Feature Setup .............. 3-77 Figure 3-101: Map System Setup – Airspace Setup ..................... 3-78 Figure 3-102: Map System Setup – Overlay Setup ...................... 3-78 Figure 3-103: System Setup – Navigation Setup .......................... 3-79 Figure 3-104: System Setup – Data Field Setup .......................... 3-83 Figure 3-105: System Setup – Wide windows Data Field............. 3-84 Figure 3-106: System Setup – Flight Plan Data Setup ................. 3-85 Figure 3-107: System Setup – Demo Mode Setup ....................... 3-86 Figure 3-108: System Setup – Demo Mode Setup Ident Settings 3-86 Pub. No.D200803000008
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Figure 3-109: System Setup – Demo Mode Setup Ident Details .. 3-87 Figure 3-110: Device Setup Menu ................................................ 3-88 Figure 3-111: System Setup – Status Page.................................. 3-89 Figure 3-112: System Setup – Internal GPS Status ..................... 3-89 Figure 3-113: System Setup – External GPS Status .................... 3-90 Figure 3-114: System Setup – Software and Database Version .. 3-90 Figure 3-115: System Information Page ....................................... 3-91 Figure 3-116: Power Off ................................................................ 3-92 Figure 4-1: AV8OR Main Menu ....................................................... 4-4 Figure 4-2: Simple Mode ................................................................. 4-5 Figure 4-3: Advanced Mode ............................................................ 4-5 Figure 4-4: Map Screen ................................................................ 4-13 Figure 4-5: Itinerary ....................................................................... 4-27 Figure 4-6: Enter an Address (Europe) ......................................... 4-36 Figure 4-7: Find an Address - USA ............................................... 4-38 Figure 4-8: Map Screen Advanced Mode ..................................... 4-62 Figure 4-9: Route Information Screen ........................................... 4-78 Figure 4-10: Trip Information Screen ............................................ 4-81 Figure 4-11: Quick Menu............................................................... 4-86 Figure 4-12: GPS Status ............................................................... 4-89 Figure 4-13 Settings Menu .......................................................... 4-101 Figure 5-1: Multimedia Menu .......................................................... 5-1 Figure 5-2: Music Player - Searching for a Music File .................... 5-2 Figure 5-3: Music Player - Playing Music ........................................ 5-2 Figure 5-4: Photo Browser – Searching for a Photo ....................... 5-3 Figure 5-5: Photo Browser - Viewing a Photo ................................. 5-3 Figure 5-6: Movie Player - Searching for a Movie........................... 5-4 Figure 5-7: Movie Player - Playing a Movie .................................... 5-5 Figure 5-8: EBook Reader – Searching for a Book......................... 5-5 Figure 5-9: Ebook Reader ............................................................... 5-6 Figure 6-1: Settings Page ............................................................... 6-1 Figure 6-2: Backlight Page .............................................................. 6-2 Figure 6-3: Volume Control ............................................................. 6-3 Figure 6-6: System Info Screen ...................................................... 6-4 Figure 6-7: Bluetooth Main Page .................................................... 6-4 Figure 6-8: BlueTooth Manager ...................................................... 6-5 Figure 6-9: BlueTooth - Search in Process ..................................... 6-5 Figure 6-10: Bluetooth Device Explorer .......................................... 6-6 Figure 6-11: Bluetooth Service Browser ......................................... 6-6 Figure 6-12: Bluetooth Devices Paired ........................................... 6-7 Figure 7-1: External GPS Setup Screen ......................................... 7-6 Pub. No.D200803000008
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Figure 7-2: Weather Setup - KDR-610............................................ 7-7 Figure 7-3: WxWorx XM Weather Setup......................................... 7-9 Figure 7-4: WxWorx Bluetooth Receiver Setup ............................ 7-10 Figure 7-5: BlueTooth Main Page ................................................. 7-11 Figure 7-6: BlueTooth Manager .................................................... 7-11 Figure 7-7: BlueTooth - Search in Process ................................... 7-12 Figure 7-8: BlueTooth WxRadio Found ........................................ 7-12 Figure 7-9: BlueTooth Passkey Required ..................................... 7-13 Figure 7-10: BlueTooth Service Browser Screen.......................... 7-13 Figure 7-11: Bluetooth - Serial Port Found ................................... 7-14 Figure 7-12: BlueTooth Serial Port Connected. ............................ 7-14 Pub. No.D200803000008
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1.
Introduction
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing the Honeywell AV8OR, a Multi-Function
Display (MFD) that integrates GPS, Navigation Database, Graphical
Terrain, XM Weather into a single, easy to use, portable aviation
device. In addition to the benefits for aviation use, this device also
contains a complete compliment of automotive navigation and multimedia features for use when not in your aircraft. To get the most out
of your new navigation system, read this manual completely to learn
the features for your unit.
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HONEYWELL CUSTOMER SUPPORT
For more information, including details regarding your warranty,
visit www.bendixking.com/av8or.
For technical support of this product please contact your local
Bendix/King Dealer. To locate the Bendix/King Dealer nearest you
visit www.bendixking.com/av8or.
For additional support, contact Honeywell Customer & Product
Support: at:
US & Canada:
1-877-712-2386
All other countries:
1-913-712-2613
Fax:
1-913-712-5697
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HONEYWELL AEROSPACE TECHNICAL
PUBLICATIONS
If you have access to the Internet, go to the Honeywell Online
Technical Publications Web site at
https://portal.honeywell.com/wps/portal/aero to:
•
Download or see publications online
•
Make an order for a publication
•
Tell Honeywell of a possible data error in a publication.
If you do not have access to the Honeywell Online Technical
Publications web site and need technical publications information:
•
Send an e-mail message to the complete customer care
center at:cas-publications-distribution@honeywell.com
•
Send a fax or speak to a person at the Customer and
Product Support contact numbers.
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Getting Started
GETTING STARTED
UNIT OVERVIEW
Figure 2-1: AV8OR Controls
Displays and Controls
The AV8OR has the displays and controls that follow as shown
in Figure 2-1:
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NO
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1
DISPLAY OR
CONTROL
Touch screen
2
POWER key
3
MENU key
4
LED charging status
indicator
5
SD slot and SD card
The SD slot holds a SD card
which contains the aviation
and automotive navigation
software.
6
LOCK tab
7
6 VDC power
connector
8
Microphone
The LOCK tab disables all
controls and stops the touch
screen from responding to
taps.
This connector lets the unit
receive power from an AC or
an automotive DC.
The microphone is used for
Bluetooth connections to cell
phones.
9
USB/Serial port
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4.3 inch TFT touch screen.
The resolution is 480 x 272
pixels.
The POWER key is used to
turn the unit on and off and
also can put the unit into
Sleep mode and wake the unit
from Sleep mode.
The MENU key returns the
user to the main menu from
any program in the unit.
Shows the status of the
charging system while the unit
is being charged.
This is used for standard USB
connection to a PC to
download movies, pictures, Ebooks and new updates to the
navigational software. Also
used for RS 232 connection to
external hardware with special
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DISPLAY OR
CONTROL
DESCRIPTION
cable.
10
11
AV-IN port
Headset jack
Future expansion
The headset jack accepts a
standard headphone miniature
stereo adapter so the user can
listen to music or movies from
the unit.
12
Volume control knob
The volume control controls
the volume of the sound
through the rear speaker or
the Headset jack if a headset
is plugged in.
13
External GPS antenna
jack
The remote GPS antenna jack
allows the user to plug in the
remote GPS antenna that is
supplied with the unit for
better satellite reception.
14
Stylus
The stylus allows the user to
precisely tap the touch screen.
15
Removable battery
cover
16
Internal speaker
17
Reset button
A replaceable battery is
included with the unit. An
optional battery with a longer
life is also available. The serial
number for the unit is located
on the case under the battery.
AV8OR has an Internal
speaker for music, movies,
routing instructions
The reset button reboots the
AV8OR unit.
Supplied Equipment
The AV8OR comes preloaded with either USA or European Maps:
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INCLUDED DATABASE
AV8OR SYSTEM PART
NUMBER
DATABASE
( ON SD CARD)
HONEYWELL
PART NUMBER
066-01207-0001
USA Maps
071-00261-0101
066-01207-0002
European Maps
071-00261-0102
The AV8OR comes with the standard equipment that follows:
ITEM
1
PART NUMBER
066-01207-0099
2
3
005-03702-0002
005-03702-0003
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
005-03702-0004
005-03702-0005
005-03702-0006
005-03702-0007
005-03702-0009
005-03702-0010
005-03702-0012
005-03702-0013
DESCRIPTION
GPS Base Display Unit, with 800
mAh Battery and battery mounting
bracket
12-28 VDC Adaptor
120/220 VAC Adapter (with electrical
plug)
PC/USB Cable
Carrying Bag
Remote GPS Antenna
Aviation Mount
Automotive Windshield Mount
Earphone
CD – User manual
Quick Reference Guide
Optional Equipment
The following accessories are available for the AV8OR:
ITEM
1
PART NUMBER
005-03702-0014
2
3
005-03702-0008
005-03702-0017
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1600,mAh Battery, (with mounting
bracket)
Automotive Dashboard Mount
RS232 Cable
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Note: The list of optional equipment may change in the future. For
the latest list of options please visit the www.bendixking.com/av8or
website.
CHARGING THE INTERNAL BATTERY
Before using this unit for the first time, the internal battery in the
AV8OR must be charged.
Find the power connector (7) on the right side of the unit. Refer
to Figure 2-1.
Recharge the unit by either using the DC power adapter or the
120/220V AC adapter.
The LED charging indicator (4) on the unit shows a yellow light while
the unit is charging.
Figure 2-2: Charging with AV8OR turned off
When the unit is completely charged, the yellow light changes to a
green light. If the unit is turned on while charging, the charging
animation in the top right portion of the screen also displays a green
battery with full bars.
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Figure 2-3: Charge is completed
USING AV8OR
This section explains how to enter and select information with the
AV8OR.
Understanding Terms
The AV8OR unit is designed to allow quick, convenient selection of
navigation options and data entry. As you progress through this
user’s manual, you are directed to tap a specific soft key or highlight
a field on the screen. In order to highlight a field, just touch the field
on the screen.
• Touch or Tap: Use your finger or the AV8OR stylus to touch the
screen on the soft key and remove it quickly
• Double tap: Use your finger or the stylus to touch the screen
twice on a field. The double tap is used to open a menu selection
box.
• Pan: Touch the screen and move your finger or stylus across the
screen while continuing to touch the screen. This allows you to
scroll the map and change settings.
• Highlight: Touch on the screen to select the desired individual
fields. Moving the highlight to a desired location allows the user to
make a selection, begin data entry, or scroll through a list.
• Field: The location on a page where data or an option can be
entered and shown.
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• Scroll Bar: When viewing a list of items that is too long to show
on the screen, a scroll bar appears along the right side of the list.
To scroll through a list, hold your finger or stylus on the scroll bar
and move your finger or stylus up or down and the list of items
will move up or down too.
TURNING AV8OR ON/OFF
The first time your new AV8OR is turned on, the GPS receiver must
collect satellite data and establish its present location. Before you
turn on the unit, make sure that it has a clear and unobstructed view
of the sky to receive satellite signals.
1. Ensure that the “Lock” switch is unlocked.
2. Hold the Power down soft Key until the blue screen shows.
Figure 2-4: AV8OR Power Up
3. To turn off the AV8OR, press and hold the Power soft Key until
POWER OFF screen shows.
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Figure 2-5: AV8OR Power off
AV8OR SLEEP MODE
AV8OR can be put into sleep mode as shown in Figure 2-6. AV8OR,
while in sleep mode, continues to run in a low power mode.
Figure 2-6: AV8OR Sleep Mode
Turn Sleep Mode On and Off
1. To put the unit in Sleep mode, press and quickly release the
Power soft Key until Sleeping shows on the screen for a moment,
then the screen goes blank.
2. To wake up the unit, press and quickly release the Power soft
Key.
MAIN MENU
After the logo startup page shows, the MAIN MENU is displayed.
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Figure 2-7: Main Menu
GETTING SATELLITE SIGNALS
When the AV8OR is turned on, it automatically begins to search for
satellite signals. This process can take a few minutes. Be sure the
device has a clear and unobstructed view of the sky.
View GPS status from Settings
You can monitor GPS status by tapping the Settings soft key on the
Main Menu page (refer to Figure 2-7), and tapping on the GPS
Status soft key (refer to Figure 2-8).
Figure 2-8: Settings Page
The GPS Status page provides a visual reference of satellite
acquisition, receiver status, current position and a reset mechanism.
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GPS Signal Strength
The GPS Signal Strength page is the default page for GPS Status.
As the receiver locks onto satellites, a bar appears for each satellite.
The bar shows the signal strength for each satellite. The bar
changes color from grey to blue when the satellite is locked.
Figure 2-9: GPS Signal Strength Page – Locked and Unlocked
Current Position
Tapping this soft key displays the longitude, latitude, altitude (ALT)
and UTC time information for the current position when the device
has acquired a GPS satellite lock.
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Figure 2-10: GPS Information of Current position
GPS Data Flow
Tapping this soft key shows the GPS NMEA data in real-time.
Figure 2-11: GPS Data flow
Satellite Acquisition Reset
Tapping this soft key causes the GPS engine to reset. If the unit has
difficulty acquiring satellites, tapping the GPS reset soft key will clear
the GPS engine memory.
Figure 2-12: GPS Reset
Tap the
soft key to return to the Settings page.
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3.
Aviation Mode Operation
AVIATION MODE OPERATION
BASIC OPERATION
This section introduces how to start the aviation mode navigation,
and what the status of the program is during the initialization process.
Aviation Mode
On the Main Menu page, tap the
Aviation mode navigation program.
icon to start the
Program Startup
While the Aviation mode is starting, a startup title page is displayed,
as shown in Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-1: Initial Title Page
A self-test status window is displayed under the title box. The selftest checks to make sure the internal navigation, cartography and
terrain databases are correct. While the self-test is checking these
databases, the window header SELF TEST IN PROGRESS is
displayed in yellow.
A green check mark is placed to the right of each test item as it is
checked.
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If the initial self-test fails, the unit is unable to continue operating
is displayed in place of the check mark and the first
safely. A red
soft key changes to HELP, as shown in Figure 3-2.
Figure 3-2: Self Test Failed
When the HELP soft key is tapped, a caution message is displayed
as in Figure 3-3.
Figure 3-3: Self Test Failed Caution
The unit should be turned off and then turned back on. If AV8OR still
fails the self-test, please contact customer support.
If the self-test finishes successfully, the self-test window header
changes to SELF TEST COMPLETED in green, as shown in Figure
3-4.
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Figure 3-4: SELF TEST COMPLETED Page
The SELF TEST COMPLETED page shows for 2 seconds then the
final title page is displayed as shown in Figure 3-5.
Figure 3-5: Final Title Page
The final title page shows the expiration date of the current
database. Use the AV8OR as an aid to situational awareness only
when the database is current.
For additional information on the current software and database
versions, please go to the System Setup page and tap on the Status
Page soft key to bring up the System Status Menu. Highlight the
Software and Database Versions and tap the Select soft key to
show the current software and software versions.
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The user can browse the Bendix/King web page
at http://www.bendixking.com/av8or to see if a newer version of the
software or database is available.
If the OK soft key is pushed to acknowledge the Jeppesen database,
the Aviation Map page is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-7.
If the DEMO MODE soft key is tapped, then AV8OR will enter a
simulation mode.
Demo Mode
Demo Mode lets the user become familiar with handling the AV8OR
system on the ground by running in a simulation mode. When the
AV8OR is in Demo Mode, it performs the same as when it is
receiving valid sensor signals to use the various functions. Demo
Mode can only be activated on the final title page during startup, as
shown in Figure 3-5. After tapping the DEMO MODE soft key, the
simulator shows a caution page which must be acknowledged before
continuing.
Figure 3-6: Demo Mode
Tap the OK soft key to acknowledge the caution and then the Map
page is displayed.
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Figure 3-7: Map Page
Aviation Main Menu Page
Tap on the MAIN MENU soft key on the Map page to display the
Aviation Main Menu Page.
Figure 3-8: Main Menu Page
An example of each function in Aviation Mode appears below. Each
function has a specific use and is discussed later in this guide. The
following figures are each of the function’s first pages.
•
Map: Tap on the
soft key on the Aviation Main Menu to
return to the Moving Map page. The Map mode is the primary
mode of the system. Refer to the VFR Moving Map Function for
a detailed explanation of the MAP mode.
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•
Aviation Mode Operation
Flight Plans: Tap on the
soft key on the Aviation
Main Menu to show the Flight Plan Index page. The Flight Plan
Index page allows user Waypoints (WPT) and flight plans be
edited and/or created. Refer to the Flight Plan Function section
for a detailed explanation of the use of flight plans.
Figure 3-9: Flight Plan – Flight Plan Index Page
• Messages: Tap on the
soft key on the Aviation Main
Menu to show the Messages page. Refer to the Messages
Function section for a detailed explanation of the Message
function.
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Figure 3-10: Messages – Messages Info Page
•
Weather: Tap on the
soft key on the Aviation Main
Menu to show the Weather page. The AV8OR system connects
with a Bendix/King KDR-610 XM receiver or a WxWorx XM
receiver through a Bluetooth or RS 232 interface to receive
weather data from the XM Satellite Radio network. Refer to
the Weather Function section for a detailed explanation of the
Weather function. Refer to the Connection to An External
Weather Source section in the Appendix for a detailed
explanation on how to connect the AV8OR to an XM receiver.
Figure 3-11: Weather – Weather Map Page
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•
Aviation Mode Operation
Settings: Tap on the
soft key on the Aviation Main
Menu to show the Settings page. Use the System Setup Menu to
setup map, navigation, data fields, flight plan and other display
preferences. Refer to the System Setup Function section for a
detailed explanation of the system setup function.
Figure 3-12: System Setup – System Setup Menu page
•
Exit: Tap on the
soft key on the Aviation Main Menu to
exit back to the Main Menu.
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Aviation Mode Operation
VFR MOVING MAP FUNCTION
The AV8OR features a real-time moving map that can do much more
than just plot your course. The core capability of AV8OR MAP mode
function is its intuitive mapping and navigation function, which is
capable of displaying highly detailed, vectored (point and line) maps.
This detailed vector data includes road over flown data, street
address data, airspace boundaries, airports, Navigational Aid
(NAVAID)s, lakes, rivers, coastlines, cities, highways and terrain
elevation data used to help situational awareness.
Main Map Display Window
On the Aviation Main Menu, tap on the
Main Map page, as shown in Figure 3-13.
soft key to enter the
Figure 3-13: Main Map Display Page
• Data field information (1): The data field information is
displayed along the left side of the screen. For more information
about the data field window configuration please refer to Data
Fields in the next section.
• The ZOOM IN (2)
the map.
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• North Pointer (3): In the upper left corner of the Map display is a
North pointer. The pointer has a triangle shape
. The north
pointer always points north to help orient the map view. Double
tapping on the north pointer toggles the map orientation between
North Up and the Track Up mode.
• Map Page (4): The map page is the main page for Go Fly
aviation mode. The map page shows the aircraft position on the
map.
or Rotary wing
• Aircraft Symbol (5): A Fixed wing
aircraft symbol is displayed in the center of the screen that
represents the actual position of the aircraft. The symbol is
changed in the System Setup – General System Setup page.
• Menu Soft keys (6): The menu soft keys are displayed on the
right side of the screen. They allow the user to navigate through
the menu directory. The soft keys are shown initially when the
Map page is first displayed. After a configurable period of time,
the soft keys are removed from the Map page. Tapping on the
Map page causes the menu soft keys to display again. The MAIN
MENU soft key returns to the Aviation Main Menu page.
• Title Bar (7): The title bar shows the currently selected map view
across the bottom of the Map page.
• The ZOOM OUT (8)
the map.
icon increases the displayed range of
) is
• Map Range (9): The current range (labeled RNG
displayed in the range tag window in the lower left corner of the
display. The range distance unit (nautical miles, statute miles or
kilometers) is configured in the System Setup-GENERAL
SYSTEM SETUP page. Range is measured on the map as the
distance from the center of the aircraft symbol to the outer ring
around the aircraft. The inner ring is at one-half the displayed
range value. These rings are turned on or off in System SetupMAP SETUP page.
• Status window (10): When there is a new aircraft status, a
flashing icon is displayed in the status window in the left bottom
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of the data window column
. The status window also
shows the battery condition and the status of the XM weather
receiver
.
• Caution: When AV8OR has lost its GPS position fix, a blue “No
position data” caution message is displayed across the screen
and the aircraft symbol is not displayed.
Figure 3-14: Map – No position data CAUTION
If no altitude data is available and the map display option is set
to Relative Terrain Map, then a “No Altitude Available” message
is displayed.
Figure 3-15: Map – No Altitude Available CAUTION
• Image overlays on Map page: The following map image
overlays, if enabled are shown on the map.
Flight Plan: When there is an active flight plan, the legs and
turning points of the flight plan are shown (Including Direct-To).
Flight Log: Flight log points are plotted when the flight log overlay
has been enabled for the current map scale.
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• Map page Pointer/Non-Pointer:
The Non-pointer MAP mode screen is displayed showing the
aircraft’s current position on the map using the aircraft symbol in the
center of the screen, if valid GPS signals are available.
Figure 3-16: Map – Non-pointer Map mode
If the soft keys have been hidden, touching anywhere on the screen
in the Main Map Window, will activate a black arrow pointer and the
CLEAR PTR and PTR MENU soft keys will be shown. The pointer
follows the finger or stylus around the screen until the finger or stylus
is lifted from the screen. The pointer can be moved in any direction
to interrogate WPTs or specific map features, such as: airports,
airspace, user defined WPTs and so on. While the pointer is active
the map stops moving to permit easier pointer access to objects, and
the aircraft moves over the map.
Figure 3-17: Map – Pointer Map mode
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In Pointer Map mode, the pointer tag window displays the pointer
position in the currently selected coordinate system. Below the
pointer tag window, the title window component displays the bearing
and distance of the pointer relative to the aircraft’s position.
Figure 3-18: Map – Pointer Tag Window / Title Window
The pointer is removed from the screen after 30 seconds of no
further input (touching and dragging of the pointer).
• Auto-Hide Soft keys: When the map mode is displayed without
touching any control, the on-screen soft key labels are removed from
the screen after a period of time that is configurable, as shown
in Figure 3-19. The default time is 30 seconds.
Figure 3-19: Map – Without soft keys
For configuration of the Auto-Hide Soft keys, please refer to
the General System Setup page in the System Setup section.
The labels are redisplayed when the user touches the screen. This
feature maximizes the visible area for mapping. This feature can be
disabled by setting the Auto-Hide Keys on the Map Mode Page to
OFF in the General System Setup page (Refer to System Setup
Function section).
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Data Fields
Up to four data windows can show at a time on the left side of the
map page. Up to 9 data windows can be configured for display. The
five data windows that do not show on the page are displayed by
dragging the data windows up or down to show the data fields that
are off screen.
Data fields are selected in the System Setup Menu, Refer to
the System Setup Function section.
The Data Fields that follow can be selected for display on the map
page.
Altitude Data Field
The Altitude Data Field displays the highest priority
enabled GPS altitude source.
Bearing Data Field
The Bearing Data Field displays the bearing of the
current destination WPT for the aircraft position in degrees relative to
magnetic north.
Course Deviation Indicator (CDI) Data Field
The Course Deviation Indicator Data Field displays the
perpendicular distance from the aircraft position to the desired track.
The triangle in the center displays whether the aircraft is going TO or
FROM the destination WPT. If the triangle points upwards, the
aircraft is going TO the destination. If the triangle points downwards,
the aircraft is going FROM the destination.
The table below displays the full scale limits for the CDI.
Units
Nm
Statute miles
Km
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0.3Nm, 1.0Nm and 5.0Nm
0.4sm, 1.0sm and 5.0sm
0.6km, 2.0km and 10.0km
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Departure Time Data Field
The departure time window displays the departure time
when the ground speed of the aircraft is 20 knots or higher. The
time is displayed in HH:MM format. The time is dashed if there is no
departure time available.
Distance to Waypoint Data Field
The distance to waypoint data window displays the
distance from the aircraft to the destination waypoint. The distance
is displayed in the currently selected units for distance.
Desired Track Data Field
The desired track data window displays the magnetic
angle from the start waypoint to the destination waypoint as an
integer value
En-Route Safe Altitude Data Field
The en-route safe altitude data window displays the
highest “minimum off-route altitude” along the track line between the
start and destination waypoints. The ESA is displayed in the
currently selected altitude units.
Estimated Time of Arrival Data Field
The estimated time of arrival data window displays the
calculated arrival time calculated as the distance to the destination
waypoint, divided by the ground speed, plus the current time.
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Estimated Time En-Route Data Field
The estimated time en-route data window displays the
calculated time en route as the distance to the destination waypoint,
divided by the ground speed. If the ETE is greater then 10 minutes
then the format is HH:MM. If HH is less than 10 then no leading
zeroes are displayed. Otherwise the format is MM:SS, with leading
zeroes displayed. If the ETE is invalid or greater than 24 hours then
“--:--“ will be displayed.
Examples are shown in the following table:
1hr 55 min
1min:55 sec
24 min :
35 sec
1
01
:
:
00
:
55
55
24
35
Flight Time Data Field
The flight time data window displays the current flight
duration in HH:MM format. The flight timer displays the current time
in flight or, if the flight has ended, the duration of the flight just ended.
The flight timer begins counting when the ground speed exceeds 20
knots. The flight timer continues until the unit shuts down, or until
the ground speed has been below 3 knots for 5 minutes. If the
ground speed exceeds 20 knots after the flight time had previously
stopped then the flight time continues from the previous flight time.
Groundspeed Data Field
The ground speed data window displays the current
aircraft ground speed in the configured units.
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Minimum Safe Altitude Data Field
The minimum safe altitude data window displays the
minimum off-route altitude (from the Jeppesen MORA database.) at
the current aircraft position.
The MSA value is displayed in the currently selected units for altitude.
If the position is invalid then the MSA value is displayed as dashes.
Near Position Data Field
The near position data window displays the current
aircraft position relative to a near-by database feature that is
determined by the user configuration.
If the displayed distance to the nearest selected database feature is
less than 0.1, in the currently selected distance units, then the
position is described as ‘AT’ the database feature.
If the distance is 0.1 or more then the compass bearing from the
database feature is also displayed.
The bearing is one of sixteen compass bearings (e.g. ENE, NE,
SSW).
The icon, used to display the database item on the map, is
displayed immediately below the ident.
The ident is displayed to the maximum width displayable in the
selected data window size.
Present Position Data Field
The present position data window displays the
coordinates of the aircraft position in the currently selected
coordinate system.
If the present position is unknown then dashes are displayed.
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Stop Watch Data Field
The Stop Watch Window displays the current value of
the Stop Watch in MM:SS format.
The time counts up from 00:00 when enabled (started) and the text
color changes to yellow.
The time stops counting when disabled and the text color changes to
white.
The time is displayed as --:-- in white text when the window is first
displayed.
The largest value that can show is 99:59 at which time it rolls over to
00:00.
Time Data Field
The time data window displays the current system time
in the selected time zone.
The selected time zone abbreviation is displayed in the data window
title, after the word TIME.
If the time is unavailable then dashes are displayed.
The table below lists the time zones that are selectable:
Time Zone
Abbreviation
LCL
UTC
GST
GDT
ATS
ATD
EST
EDT
Description
Local time – user
configurable offset from
UTC
Universal time
Greenland Standard Time
Greenland Daylight Saving
Time
Atlantic Standard Time
Atlantic Daylight Saving
Time
Eastern Standard Time
Eastern Daylight Saving
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from UTC
User
defined
0:00
-3:00
-2:00
-4:00
-3:00
-5:00
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Abbreviation
CST
CDT
MST
MDT
PST
PDT
AKS
AKD
HAS
HAD
SST
SDT
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Description
Offset
from UTC
Time
Central Standard Time
Central Daylight Saving
Time
Mountain Standard Time
Mountain Daylight Saving
Time
Pacific Standard Time
Pacific Daylight Saving
Time
Alaska Standard Time
Alaska Daylight Saving
Time
Hawaii Standard Time
Hawaii Daylight Saving
Time
Samoa Standard Time
Samoa Daylight Saving
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-5:00
-7:00
-6:00
-8:00
-7:00
-9:00
-8:00
-10:00
-9:00
-11:00
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Track Angle Error Data Field
The track angle error data window displays the
difference between the desired track and the current aircraft track
over ground in integer degrees. An arrow indicates the direction to
steer to reduce the track angle error.
Track Angle Data Field
The track angle data window displays the track angle of
the aircraft over the ground in integer degrees relative to magnetic
north.
Track To Steer Data Field
The track to steer data window displays the calculated
optimum track over ground angle to be flown to achieve the desired
track to the destination waypoint as an integer value relative to
magnetic north.
Waypoint Ident Data Field.
The waypoint ident data window displays the ident of
the current destination waypoint.
If the waypoint ident is unavailable then dashes are displayed.
The waypoint ident is truncated to fit into the size of the data window.
Cross Track Error Data Field
The cross track error data window displays the
magnitude of, and direction to steer, to reduce the perpendicular
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distance between the aircraft position and the desired track. An
arrow is displayed to the right of the cross track error value indicating
the direction to steer to reduce the cross track error.
VFR Moving Map Operation
MAP ZOOMING
ZOOM IN or ZOOM OUT changes the current map range to the next
value. Holding either soft key smoothly increments or decrements
(changes the range by 10 percent) through the ranges permitting the
user to stop at almost any range value desired. Pushing the opposite
ZOOM soft key steps the range in the opposite direction. The map
range value will be displayed on the RNG label.
The ZOOM IN and ZOOM OUT soft keys disappear when the
maximum or minimum limit is reached.
MAP VIEW
The MAP VIEW soft key allows the user to select the information to
be shown on the map. Tapping the MAP VIEW soft key on the MAIN
MAP DISPLAY window brings up the CHANGE VIEW soft key.
Figure 3-20: Map – Map View Setup
Tap the SAVE & EXIT soft key to return to the Map page.
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SmartProfile
SmartProfile displays the vertical profile of the flight path along the
route of flight above the title bar. A cross section of the terrain for the
flight is shown on the vertical profile. A dashed line is shown to
represent the altitude of the flight path.
If SmartProfile is OFF, touching the soft key toggles SmartProfile to
ON. The map image shrinks 25%.
Figure 3-21: Map - Vertical Profile On
If SmartProfile is ON touching the soft key toggles the SmartProfile
to OFF.
Tapping the CHANGE VIEW soft key toggles the display through the
different map types. The Map page defaults to Topo On.
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Topo On
Figure 3-22: Map – Topo On
•
Relative Terrain
CAUTION
NEVER USE THE TOPOGRAPHIC ELEVATION DISPLAYED ON
THIS EQUIPMENT AS YOUR SOLE REFERENCE FOR TERRAIN
AVOIDANCE.
Figure 3-23: Map – Relative Terrain
o
On the Relative Terrain map, the terrain is colored
according to its height relative to the aircraft, as
shown in the following table.
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o
o
o
o
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A 0.5 Nm radius circle around each is colored
according to the height of the obstacle relative to the
aircraft, as shown in the following table.
Relative Terrain
Altitude (feet)
Relative
Obstacle
Altitude (feet)
Color
>= +250
-250 to +249
-750 to –251
-1250 to –751
>= -250
-750 to –251
-1250 to –751
-17500 to –1251
-2000 to –1251
< -2000 to -1751
< -2000
< -2000
Red
Yellow
Yellow
Dark
Green
/Dark
Yellow
Dark
Green
Black
Dither
Pattern
Percent
Filled
50%
50%
25%
50%
100%
100%
At ranges of 200 Nm and less, areas not covered by
the terrain database are displayed using a 50 % red
dithered pattern.
The Relative Terrain Map is rotated and scaled
consistent with the current map location, orientation
and range.
When terrain data is scaled for display, the highest
elevation is used for each location to determine its
color.
The 0.5 Nm radius circles around obstacles are
displayed only if their radii after scaling are large
enough to be shown.
If altitude information is not available then a warning
message is displayed on the map image with the text
“No Altitude Available. Relative Terrain Not
Displayed.”
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Topo Off
Figure 3-24: Map – Topo Off
Tapping the MAP SETUP soft key allows the user to configure the
Map Setup options. For more detail information about Map Setup,
refer to the System Setup – Map Setup section.
NEAREST – Select Nearest Destination:
The NEAREST soft key gives access to the Nearest Database
Selection window, as shown in Figure 3-25. The NEAREST soft key
lets the user get information or navigate using a
WPT within the nearest database.
soft key to any
Figure 3-25: Map – Nearest Database Selection
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Tapping the NEAREST soft key on the Map page shows the
Nearest Database Selection menu. In the menu you can select;
Nearest Airports, Nearest VORs, Nearest User WPTs or Nearest
Towns and Cities as a destination.
The 40 nearest Airports/Helipads, VORs or User Waypoints or a
combination of them that are nearest to the aircraft’s current position
are accessible through the Nearest Database Selection menu.
To select an item as your destination from the Nearest Database
Selection Menu:
Tap the NEAREST soft key in MAP mode.
Select the category (Near Airports, Near VORs, Near User WPTs,
Near Towns and Cities), using the pointer to highlight the selection.
Tap the SELECT soft key to show the list of possible destinations for
the selected category.
Figure 3-26: Map – Nearest Airport List
The user can select one destination and tap the MORE INFO soft
key to view the detail information, as shown in Figure 3-27. The
ZOOM IN and ZOOM OUT soft keys allow the user to change the
airport area map range. Tap the NEXT soft key to display the next
page of airport information.
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Figure 3-27: Map – Airport information
For Nearest Airports, tapping the AIRPORT FILTER soft key allows
the user to configure the airport filter by setting the minimum runway
length and surface requirements. The filter will not allow airports
below the minimum requirements to be displayed in the list.
Figure 3-28: Map - Airport Filter
When the user has selected (highlighted) the nearest point in the
desired destination list, the user taps the
soft key. The system
sets a new course from the aircraft’s present position directly to the
desired nearest point’s position and shows the new Direct-To course
on the map.
To cancel an active Direct-To navigation, tap the soft key, tap the
Clear soft key on the virtual keyboard and then tap the Enter soft
key.
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Figure 3-29: Map – Direct-To OFF
DIRECT-TO NAVIGATION
Direct-To Navigation lets the user set a course line from his current
position to any other position. Direct-To Navigation can be done with
the methods that follow:
•
Create a Direct-To course from the Map.
•
Create a Direct-To course from the keyboard entry.
•
Re-center the aircraft when Direct-To is already enabled
•
Bypass a WPT with a flight plan active
•
Enter a new WPT with a flight plan active.
Create a Direct-To course from the Map
Pan and zoom in/out on the map to find the NAVAID point you want
to set a course to. Tap on the NAVAID point to show its name, more
detail information about the NAVAID point is shown by tapping the
MORE INFO soft key, as shown in Figure 3-30.
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Figure 3-30: Map - Select a NAVAID
Tapping the PTR MENU soft key, on the right side of the screen,
shows the
soft key.
Figure 3-31: Map - Direct To a NAVAID
(direct) soft key causes the system to create a new
Tapping the
course from the aircraft’s present position directly to the selected
NAVAID point. The new course line is colored magenta.
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Figure 3-32: Map - Navigate to a NAVAID point
Create a Direct-To course from the keyboard entry (No Flight
Plan)
soft key from the Map page to display the virtual
Tap the
keyboard on the screen as shown in Figure 3-33.
Figure 3-33: Map – Virtual Keyboard
Tap the Esc soft key to return to the Map page.
Tap the Clear soft key to clear the entry you typed in.
The user taps on the keyboard to enter the Ident, name or the
location of the existing NAVAID point. The closest match to the entry
shows on the page as you type in the data. If the closest match is
correct, tap the Enter soft key to accept without having to finish
typing the complete location.
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After the Enter key is tapped, a Waypoint Entry screen shows
detailed information about the entered location.
Figure 3-34: Map – Entered Waypoint Info
Tap the CANCEL soft key to cancel the Direct-To and return to the
virtual keyboard page to enter a different location or to Esc back to
the Map page.
Tap the MORE INFO soft key to see additional information about the
location. If additional pages are available, the NEXT INFO soft key
shows. When finished browsing the additional data, tap the CLEAR
soft key to return to the WayPoint Entry Screen.
Tap the OBS soft key to start an OBS course and show the
magnetic heading from your present position to the WPT.
Tap the DIRECT TO soft key to accept the entered location. The
system sets a new course from the aircraft’s present position directly
to the entered WPT’s position and shows the new Direct-To course
on the Map.
Re-center aircraft when Direct-To is already enabled
When flying on a course using the Direct-To function, if the aircraft
gets away from the course line on the map, the pilot can easily
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create a new course line to the destination from the aircraft’s present
position by using the steps that follow:
soft key from the Map page to display the virtual
Tap the
keyboard. The active Direct-To destination will already be filled in on
the keyboard.
Figure 3-35: Re-center aircraft – Step 1
Tap the Enter soft key to use the entered WPT and re-center the
course line from the aircraft’s present position to the destination.
Bypass a WPT with a flight plan active
When a flight plan is active, the pilot may want to bypass one of the
WPTs in the flight plan and go direct to one of the other WPTs. Use
the steps that follow to bypass a WPT.
The active course shows as a magenta line on the Map.
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Figure 3-36: Step 1 Bypass a WPT
Tap on the
soft key to display the Active Flight Plan page.
Figure 3-37: Bypass a WPT - Step 2
Highlight the WPT in the Active Flight Plan you want to go to next.
Figure 3-38: Bypass a WPT - Step 3
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Tap on the
soft key to create a new course from the aircraft’s
present position to the selected WPT.
Figure 3-39: Bypass a Waypoint Step 4
Enter a Direct-To WPT with a flight plan active.
The active course shows as a magenta line on the Map.
Figure 3-40: Enter a New WPT with Flight Plan Active
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soft key to display the Active Flight Plan page.
Figure 3-41: Enter New WPT – Select KEYBD Soft key
Tap on the KEYBD ENTRY soft key to display the virtual keyboard
entry screen with the next WPT entry already entered.
Enter the new WPT you want to go direct to.
Figure 3-42: Enter New WPT Ident
Tap on the Enter soft key when done and then tap on the OK soft
key to activate the Direct-To WPT. This will suspend the active flight
plan and create a new course from the aircraft present position to the
selected location. The new course shows in a magenta color.
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Figure 3-43: New Direct-To Active.
PTR MENU
When you tap a NAVAID point or any blank place on the map, the
PTR MENU soft key is displayed. Tap the PTR MENU soft key to
show the pointer menu. Using the menu you can save this Waypoint
or Center the map around the selected point.
.
Figure 3-44: Map – NAVAID Point PTR MENU
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Figure 3-45: Map – User Defined Point PTR MENU
Choose the Center Map item and tap the SELECT soft key to display
the pointer position at the center of the map.
Choose the Save Waypoint item, and tap the SELECT soft key, a
user defined WPT is created at the point position on the map with
the name USRXXX, as shown in Figure 3-46.
Figure 3-46: Map – User Defined Waypoint
PTR MENU – DIRECT-TO Navigation
The DIRECT TO shows the course to navigate the aircraft to the
desired WPT directly when the WPT was selected from the pointer
map mode screen. When the user moves the pointer arrow to any
desired map location, the pointer’s position (PTR), bearing (PBRG)
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and distance (PDIS) are shown on two lines at the bottom left of the
screen
To select a user defined point on the map:
If the user taps on a point on the map that is not a NAVAID pointer
stored in database, taps on the PTR MENU soft key and then taps
soft key, a temporary WPT named USRXXX is created at
the
the pointer position on the map and a new course from the aircrafts
present position directly to the selected NAVAID point is created.
The new course line is colored magenta.
Figure 3-47: Map – Navigate to a user defined WPT
PTR MENU – OBS Navigation
To select a NAVAID point on the map:
If the user touches a NAVAID point on the map and taps the PTR
MENU soft key, the OBS soft key will be shown. After the OBS soft
key is tapped, the OBS window shows the magnetic course to the
NAVAID.
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Figure 3-48: OBS Course to NAVAID
To select a user defined point on the map:
If the point the user touches is not a NAVAID point, then after the
OBS soft key is tapped, a temporary WPT is created at that position.
The OBS course ends at that user defined temporary WPT.
To edit the OBS Course Angle, double tap on the OBS Course
Window to open a key pad.
After the OBS point is selected the OBS course selection window is
shown and the DONE,
and CANCEL OBS soft keys are
displayed, as shown in Figure 3-49.
Figure 3-49: Map –OBS Start
Tap the DONE soft key and the adjusted OBS course is activated
and a course is generated to the selected point, as shown in Figure
3-50.
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Figure 3-50: Map – OBS Navigation
Tap the OBS ADJUST soft key to show the following window.
Figure 3-51: Map – OBS Configuration
Here double tapping on the OBS Course window allows the user to
adjust the OBS course.
Cancel the OBS using the
or CANCEL OBS soft keys.
Center Map
In pointer map mode (User taps on the map and a black pointer is
shown and the PTR MENU soft key is tapped), the CENTER MAP
soft key is shown as an option on the Pointer Menu. Refer to Figure
3-45.
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The CENTER MAP option is tapped to center the map on the PTR
position on the map.
Tap on the CLEAR PTR to return clear the PTR position and center
the aircraft on the map. The PTR position will remain centered on the
Map for a period of time and then the Map page changes to show
the aircraft position centered on the Map.
Center To WPT/Center Aircraft
After any kind of navigation was activated, in Non-Pointer mode, the
CENTER TO WPT soft key is shown for the user to view the WPT
position on the map.
The CENTER TO WPT soft key changes to a CENTER AIRCRAFT
soft key after the CENTER TO WPT soft key is tapped.
The CENTER AIRCRAFT soft key is shown for the user to show the
aircraft’s present position on the map.
Figure 3-52: Map – Center to WPT
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Figure 3-53: Map – Center Aircraft
Selectable GPS Data Source
The AV8OR system can receive data from either the internal or an
external GPS Source. When an external source is configured, the
unit uses data from it. Switching to the internal GPS source is
automatic when data from the external source is no longer valid or
available.
AUTONAV
When enabled, AutoNav allows the AV8OR to automatically switch
to the internal GPS source when the external source is unavailable
or has failed.
The AutoNav function is not enabled until both the internal and the
external position source have acquired a valid satellite fix or the Go
Fly program has been running for 4 minutes.
If the external position source is invalid for more than 5 seconds, the
Go Fly program will switch to the internal GPS antenna.
The following sequence of events occurs:
•
If the flight plan source is the external GPS, then the flight
plan is captured and cross-referenced to the internal
database.
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•
•
•
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The following warning message is displayed that requires
pilot confirmation.
“The external GPS source is no longer available. The GPS
source has been changed to the internal GPS backup. GPS
limited to VFR use only. PRESS OK TO ACKNOWLEDGE”.
Touching the OK soft key closes the message window.
If the external GPS source becomes valid again for a period
of more than 5 seconds, the AutoNav function automatically
switches back to the external GPS source.
The following warning message window is displayed that
requires pilot confirmation.
“The external GPS source is now available. The GPS
source has been changed to the external GPS source.
PRESS OK TO ACKNOWLEDGE”.
Tapping the OK soft key closes the message window.
STOP WATCH
Figure 3-54: Stop Watch Data Field
The stopwatch can be started or stopped only when the
data window shows on the Map screen.
When the stopwatch is stopped, double tap the
the timer.
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When the stopwatch is running, double tap the
icon to stop
the timer. Double tap the
icon to reset it.
When the stopwatch is active, it continues to count even if the
stopwatch data window is not being displayed.
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FLIGHT PLAN FUNCTION
VFR flight plans can be created in the AV8OR-XP when configured
to use the internal GPS.
Flight plans can also be created on a PC with the Jeppesen
FliteStar© PC application. Refer to the Chapter 7 Appendix section,
for more information on how to import a flight plan.
The FLIGHT PLAN function is selected through the Aviation Main
Menu, as shown in Figure 3-7. Tap on the
Flight Plans page.
icon to open the
Creating New Flight Plan using the Virtual Keyboard
A maximum of 100 flight plans can be stored in the AV8OR. Each
flight plan can contain up to 99 WPTs. To create a new flight plan,
perform the following steps.
soft key on the Aviation Main Menu Page to show
Tap the
the Flight Plan Index page. Initially, when no flight plans have been
stored, a blank screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-55.
Figure 3-55: Flight Plan - Index Page with no Flight Plan
The NEW FLIGHT PLAN line is highlighted. Tap on the NEW
FPLAN soft key to show the New Flight Plan page. In this page, you
can enter a WPT using the keyboard.
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Figure 3-56: New Flight Plan Page
Tap on the INSERT soft key to display the virtual keyboard to page
to enter WPTs.
Figure 3-57: Virtual Keyboard
Enter the Ident, name, WPT or location of the first location on the
flight plan.
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Figure 3-58: Enter Waypoint Identifier
Tap on Esc soft key to cancel the entry.
Tap on the Clear soft key to clear the entry and start over.
Tap the Enter soft key when complete to show the Waypoint Entry
window.
Figure 3-59: Waypoint Entry Window
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Tap the MORE INFO soft key to view additional data about the WPT.
The NEXT soft key will show if additional pages are available. When
finished, tap the CLEAR soft key to return to the Waypoint Entry
page.
If the WPT is not correct, tap on the CANCEL soft key to return to
the virtual keyboard page.
If the correct WPT is shown, tap on the OK soft key to save the first
WPT on the flight plan.
Tap on the INSERT soft key to add additional WPTs to the flight plan
and do the same steps as shown above to accept each WPT until all
the WPTs are entered.
Figure 3-60: All WPTs Entered into Flight Plan
Tap on the SAVE & EXIT soft key to save the flight plan. The flight
plan now displays on the Flight Plan Index page.
Figure 3-61: Flight Plan Saved
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Creating New Flight Plan using MAP Selections
soft key on the Aviation Main Menu Page to
1. Tap the
show the Flight Plan Index page.
Figure 3-62: Flight Plan Index
2. The NEW FLIGHT PLAN line is highlighted. Tap on the NEW
FPLAN soft key to show the New Flight Plan page, as shown
in Figure 3-63.
Figure 3-63: New Flight Plan Page
3. Tap on the MAP VIEW soft key to show a map to select WPTs
from. In this page, you can select the waypoint on the map using
the cursor. When you tap a waypoint on the map, the name of
the waypoint is shown in a pop-up window.
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Figure 3-64: Flight Plan – Map Selction of WPTs
4. Use your finger or stylus to pan the map to the first WPT you
want to enter into the flight plan. Use the Zoom In and Zoom out
icons to make it easier to pan the screen.
5. Tap on the WPT to show the name and identifier.
Figure 3-65: Flight Plan - Waypoint Detail
To view detailed information about this point, tap the MORE
INFO soft key on the right of the page. The selected WPT
detailed information is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-66.
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Figure 3-66: Flight Plan - Selected Waypoint Detail Information
Tap the CLEAR soft key to close the WPT detailed information
window.
6. After you select a WPT, tap the INSERT WPT soft key to insert
that WPT into the new Flight Plan. The first WPT is displayed in
the Flight Plan, as shown in Figure 3-67.
Figure 3-67: Flight Plan - Stored Flight Plan with a Waypoint
7. Use the INSERT WPT soft key to continue inserting WPTs until
the Flight Plan is complete. Tap the CLEAR PTR soft key to
show the SAVE&EXIT soft key, as shown in Figure 3-68.
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Figure 3-68: Flight Plan - Save Waypoint
8. Tap the SAVE&EXIT soft key to save the selected WPTs, exit
from the Stored Flight Plan page and return to the Flight Plan
Index page. The name of the flight plan is displayed in the Flight
Plan Index page, as shown in Figure 3-68
Figure 3-69: Flight Plan – Flight Plan Accepted
9. If you want to create another new Flight Plan, repeat steps 2
through 8.
Stored Flight Plans Processing
Select an existing Flight Plan and EDIT FPLAN, FPLAN ADMIN,
USER WPTS and FLY FPLAN soft keys are displayed on the right
side of the page,
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Figure 3-70: Flight Plan Index Page
EDIT FPLAN
Tap the EDIT FPLAN soft key to enter the stored flight plan page in
data view mode. Here the user can edit the flight plan using map
view mode or data view mode. On the bottom right side of the page
is the MAP VIEW switch soft key.
To change the title of the Flight Plan, tap on the flight plan NAME
field. The keyboard window will open with the current name
preloaded in the name field.
DATA VIEW mode
In data view mode, the flight plan WPTs are displayed in table
format, including each WPT’s detailed information. Highlight a WPT
to delete it or to insert a new waypoint before it or highlight the
dashed line to insert a new WPT at the end of the flight plan.
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Figure 3-71: Flight Plan - DATA VIEW
Tap the MAP VIEW soft key to switch to map view mode.
MAP VIEW mode
In map view mode the user can select a WPT on the map, draw and
move the map, tap on the map to insert a WPT. If the tap point is a
current WPT in the flight plan the DELETE WPT soft key is shown to
allow the user to delete it from the flight plan. If the tap point is not in
the flight plan the INSERT WPT soft key is shown to allow the user
to insert it into the flight plan.
Figure 3-72: Flight Plan Selected WPT from Map
When the user taps on one of the WPTs in the WPT list, the map
moves to the selected WPT area. The user can also delete selected
WPTs here. If the user taps on the dashed line the INSERT soft key
is available to insert a WPT.
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FPLAN ADMIN
Tap the FPLAN ADMIN soft key and the corresponding function soft
keys on the right side of the Flight Plan Index page are shown.
Figure 3-73: Flight Plan - FPLAN ADMIN
COPY FPLAN
Highlight the flight plan you want to copy and then tap the COPY
FPLAN soft key. This function permits the selected flight plan to be
copied for editing while not changing the original one.
Figure 3-74: Flight Plan - COPY FPLAN
NEW FPLAN
This function is the same as the one introduced before in the
CREATING NEW FLIGHT PLAN section.
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INVERT FPLAN
This function reverses the selected flight plan’s WPT sequence. This
lets the pilot return from a destination to the same starting point
without creating a new flight plan.
Highlight the flight plan that you wish to invert.
Figure 3-75: Invert Flight Plan - Step 1
Tap on the INVERT FPLAN soft key to show the flight plan with the
WPTs inverted from the stored flight plan.
Figure 3-76: Invert Flight Plan - Step 2
Tap the SAVE & EXIT soft key to invert the flight plan. The flight plan
now shows on the Flight Plan Index Page with the WPTs inverted.
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Figure 3-77: Invert Flight Plan - Step 3
DELETE FPLAN
This function deletes the selected flight plan
Highlight the flight plan on the Flight Plan Index Page you want to
delete and tap on the DELETE FPLAN soft key.
Figure 3-78: Delete Flight Plan
USER WPTS
Tapping the USER WPTS soft key shows the current User defined
WPTs list. Refer to Figure 3-79.
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Figure 3-79: Flight Plan - User Waypoint List
The user can tap the NEW WPT soft key to define a new WPT. A
maximum of 1000 user WPTs can be created.
The user can also tap the EDIT WPT soft key to edit the selected
WPT’s parameters.
Figure 3-80: Flight Plan – New/Edit User Waypoint
When the user creates a new WPT or edits an existing WPT, the
User Waypoint Edit page is shown. The AV8OR system creates a
default: Ident name, Icon, Position, Comment 1 and Comment 2
parameters for the new WPT. The default Ident name is in the format
USRXXX and the default position is the current aircraft’s position.
In the User Waypoint Edit page the user can edit all these
parameters. Highlight the Ident item, and the CLEAR IDENT soft key
becomes available to clear the current Ident name. Highlight the
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Comment 1 / Comment 2 items and the CLEAR TEXT soft key
becomes available to clear the comment text.
Tap the RNG&BRG soft key to display the range and bearing
configuration page.
Figure 3-81: Flight Plan – WPT Range and Bearing Config
In the Range and Bearing page the DELETE soft key allows the user
to delete this WPT. The SAVE&EXIT soft key saves all WPT
configurations and exits to the User Waypoint List page (Note: If the
user entered the User Waypoint Edit page from the VFR moving
map page, then this screen will return to the VFR moving map page.)
Tap the USER WPT soft key to return to the User Waypoint Edit
page.
FLY FPLAN
After creating/editing the Flight Plans you can highlight the desired
one and activate it for navigation.
1. Highlight the desired Flight Plan.
2. Tap the FLY FPLAN soft key to display the message shown
in Figure 3-82.
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Figure 3-82: Flight Plan - FLY FPLAN
3. Push the OK soft key to use the selected flight plan. When
desired, the selected flight plan is navigated in reverse by
tapping the INVERT FPLAN soft key.
4. The Active Flight Plan page lists the current active Flight Plan’s
WPTs, as shown in Figure 3-83. The WPT in magenta with the
arrow pointing to it is the current WPT.
Figure 3-83: Flight Plan – Active Flight Plan
5.
After activating a flight plan the Active Flight Plan page is
shown. Tap the STORED FPLANS soft key to go to the Flight
Plan Index page. The active flight plan is shown in magenta
color. When the active flight plan is selected, tap the FPLAN
OFF soft key to deactivate the flight plan. The flight plan course
is removed from the map.
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Aviation Mode Operation
WEATHER FUNCTION
Tap the
soft key on the Aviation Main Menu page to enter
the weather page.
Hardware Accessory
The AV8OR unit will work with either the WxWorx REWX91D XM
receiver or the certified KDR 610 XM receiver. See Device Setup
Section of this document.
The XM Weather receiver is used to receive the weather information
which in then displayed on the screen.
NOTE:
In order to use this feature, the user must purchase and
activate a subscription from XM Satellite Radio (XM).
Receiving Weather Data
The AV8OR system connects with the WxWorx REWX91D XM
receiver through the Bluetooth interface or either of the XM receivers
through the serial (RS 232) interface to receive weather data from
the XM Satellite Radio network.
The following products are supported by the AV8OR:
• NEXRAD
• Satellite Mosaic
• TAFs
• METARs
• Severe Wx Storm Tracking
• Airmets
• Sigmets
• Convective Sigmets
If no data has been received from the XM receiver, a caution
message will be displayed.
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Figure 3-84: WX – No Data Received
Choose Product
Once data has been received from the XM Receiver, the CHOOSE
PRODUCT soft key is available to select the desired weather
information products.
Figure 3-85: WX – Non-pointer mode
Select from the products shown in white. Highlight an available
product and tap the SELECT soft key to complete the product
selection.
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Figure 3-86: WX – Choose Product
The AV8OR can now show the following Weather Products:
• NEXRAD Composite Reflectivity
Figure 3-87: WX – NEXRAD
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• Graphical METARs
Figure 3-88: Graphical METARs
• Graphical AIRMETs
Figure 3-89: WX - AIRMETs
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• Graphical SIGMETs
• Graphical Conv-SIGMETs
Legend
In pointer mode (the user taps on the map and a black arrow pointer
is shown) the LEGEND soft key is used to display the Legend
Window.
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Figure 3-90: WX – Pointer mode
Figure 3-91: WX – Legend Info
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Messages Function
Aviation Mode Operation
MESSAGES FUNCTION
Tap on the Messages soft key
enter the Messages page.
from the Main Menu page to
Figure 3-92: Messages
The User can also access the Messages page when a new message
is indicated in the Status Window. Tap the flashing new message
Status Window in any other function page and the Messages page is
shown.
The Message soft key stays active until the message has been
viewed or the message has been removed from the queue.
If the number of system messages exceeds the area on the display,
a scroll bar is displayed to let the user to scroll through all of the
messages.
The table that follows lists the different messages that can be
displayed.
Message Text
Airspace Alert
[followed by name,
type and limits of
airspace]
Inside SUA [followed
by name, type and
limits of airspace]
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When airspace alerting has been
enabled and the aircraft is within the
alerting zone
When airspace alerting has been
enabled and the aircraft is inside the
airspace
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Internal GPS failure
Nav data Referenced
to True North
Nav data Referenced
to User-Defined Mag
Var
Unit Configuration
validation errors
found, values set to
default.
User setting
validation errors
found, values set to
default.
Unit Configuration
cleared to Defaults
All User Settings
cleared to Defaults
Failed to save user
settings
Unit History Data
cleared to Defaults
Detailed terrain
database is invalid
Failed to read FPL
file
The FPL file had
formatting errors
Failed to read user
WPT from file
Failed to read flight
plan from file
Failed to read FPL
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Cause
When the internal GPS is configured
but no data is being received from it
When the operator has elected to use a
manually input magnetic variation offset
of ZERO
When the operator has elected to use a
manually input magnetic variation rather
than AUTO
Some System setting were out of range
and were set to defaults
Some User settings were out of range
and were set to defaults
The System settings NVM could not be
used so default settings were used
instead
The User settings NVM could not be
used so default settings were used
instead
All attempts to save & back up
User/System/Volatile data failed.
The Volatile settings NVM could not be
used so default settings were used
instead
The fine terrain database could not be
loaded from the card or its checksum
was found to be invalid.
A flight plan file could not be read.
The format of a flight plan file was
incorrect.
User WPTs could not be read from a
flight plan file.
a flight plan could not be read from a
flight plan file.
A flight plan WPT could not be read
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Message Text
WPT from file
Failed to merge user
WPT from file
Not enough available
space to merge user
WPTs
Failed to merge FPL
WPT
Not enough space to
merge flight plans
Duplicate user WPT
in flight plan file
User Waypoint
memory full
Flight plan WPT(s)
not found in
database have been
deleted
Error writing flight
plan data to data
card
Unable to save a
flight plan backup
Unable to convert
flight plan data after
DB update, all user
flight plans deleted
Battery Low
Aviation Mode Operation
Cause
from a flight plan file.
While merging WPTs from a flight plan
file, a WPT was found with an ident
matching an existing WPT, but at a
different location.
There is not enough memory to merge
in WPTs from a flight plan file.
A user WPT in a merged flight plan was
not found in the user WPTs data.
There is not enough memory to merge
in flight plans from a flight plan file.
While loading user WPTs from a flight
plan file, a WPT was found with an ident
matching an existing user WPT.
A WPT loaded from a flight plan file
could not be stored because user WPT
memory was already full.
When one or more of the WPT
references in a flight plan file do no
exist in the database
When the software encounters an error
while trying to write a flight plan file.
All attempts to back up the flight plan
data failed.
When the system detects a changed
database but cannot find a current
backup of the flight plan resulting in all
user flight plans to be deleted
Generated when the battery level
remaining drops below 25% of full
charge
Notepad
Tap on the NOTE PAD soft key to display customized checklists.
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The checklists can only be created, edited and deleted on a PC and
then transferred to the SD card. In order to create a valid checklist
and allow the software to find the checklists the following rules must
be followed:
• The Checklists must be stored in the \GoFly\data\user\Notepads
directory on the SD card.
• Checklists must be text files.
• The filename must have the .txt extension. (Example is
“emergency.txt”)
• The file size must be less than 16,384 bytes.
• A text file with the name “route.txt” is an invalid notepad filename
and is not recognized. The filename “route.txt” is used to load
flight plan and WPT data.
• The name assigned to the file will be the name displayed on the
checklist page. Therefore, the name should be representative of
the function the checklist is performing. An example is “Engine
Start”.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Checklists must be created using the following rules:
Each checklist item should start with [] square brackets to create
an easy to read checklist.
The [] brackets are interpreted as a check box indication and can
appear anywhere.
Each checklist item must end with a carriage return.
The number of characters on each line should be limited to 50 or
fewer characters. If more than 50 characters are on a line, then
the text will wrap to the next line.
Everything is displayed as typed.
An example checklist is shown below:
[] Entry 1
[] Entry 2
[] Entry 3
[] Entry 4
[] Entry 5
[] Entry 6
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When checklists are available, tap on the NOTE PAD soft key to
show a menu of the available checklists.
Figure 3-93: Notepad Page
Highlight a checklist and tap the SELECT soft key to display the
checklist.
Figure 3-94: Checklist Page
Tap the PREV PAGE soft key to return to the Notepad Page.
Tap the CHECK BOX soft key to put a check mark in the first
checkbox.
Tap the SKIP CHECK soft key to skip to the next check box.
Tap the CHANGE NOTEPAD soft key to change to a different
checklist.
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System Setup Function
Aviation Mode Operation
SYSTEM SETUP FUNCTION
Tap the System Setup
soft key on the Aviation Main Menu
page to enter the System Setup Menu page, as shown in Figure
3-95.
Figure 3-95: System Setup - System Setup Menu Page
The System Setup Menu allows the user to set parameters for items
that show in the menu. Tap and highlight an item in the menu list and
tap the SELECT soft key to enter the corresponding item’s setup
page.
System Setup Menu
The System Setup Menu has the following setup categories:
•
General System Setup
•
Map Setup
•
Navigation Setup
•
Data Field Setup
•
Flight Plan Data Setup
•
Demo Mode Setup (If Demo mode is enabled)
•
Device Setup
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General System Setup
The General System Setup page is shown in Figure 3-96. Tap the
desired item in the left list column and the associated value field is
highlighted in the right column.
Figure 3-96: System Setup – General System Setup Options
Double tap the highlighted value item or tap on the EDIT soft key to
display a pop up window to show the possible values that can be set.
Double tap the highlighted value or highlight the value and tap on the
SELECT soft key to change the item’s values.
Figure 3-97: System Setup – Setting values
Tap the SAVE & EXIT soft key to save any changes. Tap the
RESET VALUES soft key to restore most of the values in the
General System Setup Options tables to their factory initial settings.
The values that not reset are: Aircraft Type and Min Runway length.
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The following are the general system setup options and their
possible values.
• Aircraft Type: Select the appropriate host aircraft type: Fixed
Wing or Rotary Wing. This determines the aircraft symbol that
is used in VFR Moving Map mode.
• Auto-Hide Keys on Map Page: When this option is turned
ON and a value in seconds is set, all the soft keys on the VFR
Moving Map page are automatically removed after the set
time delay. Touching on the screen makes the soft keys
visible again. If the option is set to OFF the soft keys are
always visible.
• Flight Logging Rate: Sets the interval in seconds that the
system logs position data and loads it into a 2000-point cyclic
memory. The interval can be set between 1 and 99 seconds.
• Position Coordinate System: Sets the coordinate system to
be used for the display and entry of position information. The
available options are: LAT/LONG (Latitude and longitude); OS
(GB) Ordnance Survey Great Britain; OS (Ireland) Ordnance
Survey Ireland; UTM Universal Transverse Mercator; MGRS
Military Grid Reference System.
• Ellipsoid: Sets the datum to be used for the display and entry
of position information. The available options are: WGS84 the
WGS84 datum; OS (GB) Ordnance Survey Great Britain; OS
(Ireland) Ordnance Survey Ireland; ED50 (Euro Mean) the
ED50 datum; NAD27 (CONUS) the NAD27 (CONUS) datum.
• Speed Units: Sets speed units to KNOTS (nautical miles per
hour), MPH (statute miles per hour) or KMH (Kilometers per
hour).
• Distance Units: Sets distance units to Nautical Miles, Statute
Miles or Kilometers.
• Altitude Units: Sets altitude units to Feet or Meters. When
feet are selected, all altitudes are reported in feet. When
meters are selected, all altitudes are reported in meters.
• Runway Length Units: Sets runway length units to Feet or
Meters. When feet are selected, runway lengths are reported
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in feet. When meters are selected, runway lengths are
reported in meters.
• Req Runway Surface: The options are ANY and HARD
ONLY. The Required Runway Surface type is also used when
using the DIRECT TO soft key to search for the nearest
airports in VFR Moving Map mode. When runway surface is
set to ANY, airports with either hard or soft runways are
displayed. When surface is set to HARD ONLY, only airports
with hard surface runways are displayed and soft-runway
airports are ignored.
• MIN R/W LENGTH: This field contains the minimum length of
the main runway at those airports that are included when the
ten nearest airports are shown. Select the length field and use
set the minimum length value. The available values are
specified in steps of 100 feet from 0 to 16,000 feet or in steps
of 50 meters from 0 to 4900 meters when the runway length
units are set to meters. By setting a minimum length, airports
with shorter runway lengths are not included in the search for
the closest airport. To disable this filter set the minimum
runway length to 00000 feet.
Map Setup
The initial Map Systems Setup Options page allows different
mapping options to be configured. Refer to Figure 3-98.
Figure 3-98: System Setup – Map System Setup Options
Tap the NEXT soft key to move to the next screen or the SAVE &
EXIT soft key to save any changes and go back to the previous
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menu. Tap the RESET VALUES soft key to set all options to their
factory initial settings except Minimum Elevation when it is currently
set to a valid value.
• Orientation: Sets the Map Mode presentation to either a
TRACK UP or NORTH UP orientation.
• Extended Track Line: Turns the extended track line ON or
OFF. The extended track line is drawn ahead of the aircrafts
present position in the direction of the present track.
• Range Rings On Map: Controls the display of the range rings
shown around the aircraft. OFF removes the rings. OUTER
RING shows only the outer ring. OUTER AND INNER RING
shows both rings.
• Airport Label Format: Labels airports in Map Mode either
with their ICAO CODE, their FULL NAME (given airport name)
or CITY NAME (local city name).
• Auto Zoom: Turns the auto zoom function ON or OFF. When
flying the last leg of a Flight Plan or when flying a Direct To,
the system automatically zooms to a screen range that keeps
the destination WPT within the display area. The system
continues to zoom in to the lowest zoom level. When the
lowest zoom has been reached and the aircraft begins to fly
away from the destination WPT, then the system zooms out
automatically to keep the WPT within the display area. When
auto zoom is in operation AUTO (Automatic) is shown in the
RNG (Range) display field. Pushing either the ZOOM IN or
ZOOM OUT soft key cancels the auto zoom capability. Auto
zoom is re-activated in this menu.
• Minimum Elevation: Controls the high definition terrain
contours minimum level elevation. When altitude units are set
to meters the options are: SEA LEVEL, 300M, 500M, 900M
and 1200M. When altitude units are set to feet the options are:
1000ft, 2000ft, 3000ft and 4000ft.
• Maximum Elevation: Controls the high definition terrain
contours maximum level elevation. The options are: 500M,
750M, 1000M, 1250M, 1500M, 1750M, 2000M, 2250M,
2500M, 3000M and MAXIMUM. When altitude units is set to
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feet the options are: 1500ft, 2000ft, 2500ft, 3000ft, 4000ft,
5000ft, 6000ft, 7000ft, 8000ft, 9000ft and Maximum.
There are four groups of features for each of the map layers.
They are: Point Features, Line Features, Airspace and Overlay.
Tapping the NEXT soft key displays the First feature screen:
Point Feature Setup, as shown in Figure 3-99.
Figure 3-99: Map System Setup – Point Feature Setup
Tap the CHANGE MAP soft key to display the list of map layers.
Select the desired map or chart and then tap the SELECT soft
key to select that layer and return to the Map Features page.
Tapping the ALL MAPS soft key applies the current settings to all
maps. The next three features screens are each accessed in
sequence by repeatedly tapping the NEXT soft key. The NEXT
soft key on the last page loops back to the first page.
Figure 3-100: Map System Setup – Line Feature Setup
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Figure 3-101: Map System Setup – Airspace Setup
Figure 3-102: Map System Setup – Overlay Setup
To change values, double tap the highlighted value item or tap once
on the item to highlight it and then tap on the Edit soft key and a pop
up window shows the possible values that can be set. Highlight the
desired value and double tap it or tap the Select soft key to finish the
change.
Navigation Setup
The Navigation Setup page permits the navigation setup options to
be configured, as shown in Figure 3-103.
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Figure 3-103: System Setup – Navigation Setup
Tap the SAVE & EXIT soft key to save any changes. Tap the
RESET VALUES soft key to restore most of the values to their
factory initial settings.
Double tap on an option or tap once on an option to highlight it and
then tap on the EDIT soft key to display a pop up window to show
the possible values that can be set. Double tap the highlighted value
or highlight the value and tap on the SELECT soft key to change the
item’s values.
• AutoNav: Enable the AutoNav function to allow AV8OR to
automatically switch between the external and internal GPS
sources when there is more than one source. The AutoNav
option only shows on the Navigation Setup Page when both the
Navigation Source and Position in the Device Setup Page are
set to External.
• CDI Scale: Sets the full scale deflection of any displayed Course
Deviation Indicator (CDI) to: 0.6, 2 or 10 kilometers, 0.3, 1, or 5
nautical miles or 0.4, 1 or 5 statute miles. Values are based on
the distance units, configured in the General System Setup
Options table distance units field. The CDI is configured on the
Data Field Setup Page in System Setup.
• Time Zone: The AV8OR has an on board clock that ensures the
Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) information presented is
accurate. The time is stored in two summed parts as UTC
(Universal Coordinated Time or Greenwich Mean Time) and as a
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Local Offset. The system Global Positioning System (GPS)
acquires the correct UTC time at Power-up and maintains it
accurately. The following Time Zone value can be set:
o
LCL (Local Time) Offset from UTC – user
configurable offset from UTC User defined
o
UTC (Universal Time) Offset from UTC 0:00
o
GST (Greenland Standard Time) Offset from UTC 3:00
o
GDT (Greenland Daylight Saving Time) Offset from
UTC -2:00
o
ATS (Atlantic Standard Time) Offset from UTC -4:00
o
ATD (Atlantic Daylight Saving Time) Offset from
UTC -3:00
o
EST (Eastern Standard Time) Offset from UTC -5:00
o
EDT (Eastern Daylight Saving Time) Offset from
UTC -4:00
o
CST (Central Standard Time) Offset from UTC -6:00
o
CDT (Central Daylight Saving Time) Offset from
UTC -5:00
o
MST (Mountain Standard Time) Offset from UTC 7:00
o
MDT (Mountain Daylight Saving Time) Offset from
UTC -6:00
o
PST (Pacific Standard Time) Offset from UTC -8:00
o
PDT (Pacific Daylight Saving Time) Offset from UTC
-7:00
o
AKS (Alaska Standard Time) Offset from UTC -9:00
o
AKD (Alaska Daylight Saving Time) Offset from UTC
-8:00
o
HAS (Hawaii Standard Time) Offset from UTC 10:00
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o
HAD (Hawaii Daylight Saving Time) Offset from
UTC -9:00
o
SST (Samoa Standard Time) Offset from UTC 11:00
o
SDT (Samoa Daylight Saving Time) Offset from
UTC -10:00
• Offset from UTC: If the user sets Time Zone as Local, the
Offset from UTC column can be configure. This method
permits offsets of hours and 30-minute increments.
• MAGNETIC VARIATION: Settings are Auto or Manual. When
set to auto the magnetic variation is derived from the GPS
location. When set to manual the variation angle is entered in
the line below by moving the cursor to the left, then down and
then to the right to highlight the angle value field. The angle
range is from 0 to 180 degrees.
• NEAR POSITION FORMAT: All Data, Airports / (Very high
frequency Omni-directional Radio range (VOR)s, or VORs
Only.
• TURN ANTICIPATION: ON or OFF. Turn Anticipation assists
navigation for a fixed wing aircraft along a curved path
segment to ensure a smooth transition between two adjacent
legs in the flight plan using a standard rate turn.
• SUA ALERTING: Special Use Airspace (SUA) Alerting is
turned ON or OFF.
• SUA ALERT BUFFER: The SUA altitude buffer is set from
500 to 16000 feet in 100-foot increments.
• VSD Swatch Distance:
o
o
o
For Nm: 0.1 to 1.0 Nm adjustable in 0.1 Nm
increments, using the numeric keyboard (default =
0.5 Nm)
For sm: 0.1 to 1.0 sm adjustable in 0.1 sm
increments, using the numeric keyboard (default =
0.6 sm)
For km: 0.2 to 2.0 km adjustable in 0.2 km
increments, using the numeric keyboard (default =
1.0 km)
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VSD Above Aircraft:
o
o
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For Feet: 0500 to 2000 ft adjustable in 100 ft
increments using the numeric keyboard (default =
1000 ft)
For Meters: 150 to 600 .m adjustable in 50 m
increments using the numeric keyboard (default =
300 m)
VSD Below Aircraft:
o
o
For Feet: 500 to 10000 ft adjustable in 100 ft
increments using the numeric keyboard (default =
2000 ft)
For Meters: 150 to 3000 m adjustable in 50 m
increments using the numeric keyboard (default =
600 m)
•
Direct-To-Mode: Leg (default) and Target.
•
Default Fuel Flow: 0.1 to 999.9 /hr, adjustable by 0.1 (8.0
default).
•
Default Ground Speed: 0 to 999 kt, adjustable by 1 (135 kt
default).
Tap RESET VALUES soft key to set all option to their factory
initial settings.
Data Field Setup
This setup permits the user to arrange data windows along the left
edge of the display in any order as shown in Figure 3-104. The left
edge allows 4 visible data windows. 5 more data windows may be
shown by panning the data windows up or down.
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Figure 3-104: System Setup – Data Field Setup
How to configure the Data Field windows:
1. Tap and highlight the desired left data window to modify the data
field type. Note that the corresponding window in the Select
Data Field Type table is also identified. The title of the selected
active data window is highlighted in white with black lettering,
and the data window is highlighted in shades of grey.
2. Drag the scroll bar to up and down to select the desired new
data field type. The abbreviation of the selected data type will be
displayed in the highlighted left data field window along with its
present value.
3. Tap and highlight the left data window, the new data window
configuration is completed.
4. Repeat 1 through 3 for each data field window to be changed.
5. Totally 21 data field types can be selected, they are:
•
BRG: Bearing to WPT
•
CDI: Deviation Indicator
•
DIS: Distance to WPT
•
DEP TIME: Departure Time
•
DTK: Desired Track
•
ESA: En Route Safe Altitude
•
ETA WPT: Est. Time Of Arrival
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ETE WPT: Est Time En Route
•
FLT TIME: Flight Time
•
GNDSPD: Ground Speed
•
GPS ALT: GPS Altitude
•
MSA: Minimum Safe Altitude
•
NEAR POS: Near Position Display
•
PPOS: Present Position
•
STP WTCH: Stop Watch
•
TIME: Time
•
TKE: Track Angle Error
•
TRACK: Actual Track
•
TTS: Track to Steer
•
WPT: Active WPT
•
XTK: Cross Track Error
WIDE WINDOWS soft key controls the width of the data windows.
Tap the WIDE WINDOWS soft key to expand the width of the data
field windows to make long labels in the windows more readable.
The WIDE WINDOWS soft key changes to NARROW WINDOWS
when the windows are set to WIDE WINDOWS as shown in Figure
3-105.
Figure 3-105: System Setup – Wide windows Data Field
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Tap the RESET VALUES soft key to set all option to their factory
defaults.
Flight Plan Data Setup
Flight Plan Data Setup page allows the user to set up the headers
for the flight plan in the flight planning section.
Figure 3-106: System Setup – Flight Plan Data Setup
The ‘Flight Plan Data Column Setup’ table displays the current
column headings for the flight plan data display. The ‘Select Data
Column Type’ table defines the column headings that are available.
Tap on the ‘Flight Plan Data Column Setup’ table to highlight the
desired configurable column, the corresponding column type is
displayed with a white border box in the ‘Select Data Column Type’
table. Move the highlighted box to the desired new column heading
the heading in the above table changes as the lower table highlight
is moved.
Tap the RESET COLUMNS soft key to set the column heading to
their factory defaults.
Demo Mode Setup
The data in the Demo Mode Setup window Figure 3-107 is used to
control the starting position, altitude, speed and initial track of the
simulator.
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Figure 3-107: System Setup – Demo Mode Setup
Scroll up and down between the options, and set the values.
•
Ident: Use the Ident field to assign a name to the Initial Position
(manual entry). Highlight the Ident and enter the Ident input
entry, the virtual keyboard is displayed. Input the Ident name
characters. The system will search for similar Ident names in the
database based on the character being input, as shown
in Figure 3-108. As an example when the user inputs LOS ANG,
the system will display similar Ident names such as LOS
ANGELES/VAN NUYS. This function is convenient for the user
by finishing the input of the full Ident name. The user can also
define a new name for the Ident.
Figure 3-108: System Setup – Demo Mode Setup Ident Settings
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Figure 3-109: System Setup – Demo Mode Setup Ident Details
• Initial Position: Determines the latitude and longitude of where
the simulator flight starts. The user can input the latitude and
longitude.
• Altitude: The simulators altitude can be set to any altitude
between 0 and 99900 feet in 100-foot increments or between 0
and 30500 meters in 100-meter increments.
• Groundspeed: The simulators speed can be set to any value
between 0 and 999 in any of the selected speed units.
• Track: Set the initial track from the initial WPT. Track can be set
to any value between 0 and 359 degrees.
When all the parameters have been entered tap the RESTART
DEMO soft key to restart the simulator and return to the System
Setup Menu.
Device Setup
This page lets the user to configure the external interfaces (GPS
Receiver, Flight Plan Source, and WX Receiver) to the unit.
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Figure 3-110: Device Setup Menu
The Position source port has the following Port options:
• Internal (Default value)
• Serial
• Bluetooth
The Position source can be configured as either NMEA (default
value) or AR-NAV.
The Flight Plan Source has the following Port options:
• Internal (Default value)
• External
The Flight Plan Source receives data in the following Type formats:
• N/A (Default value)
• NMEA
• AR-NAV
• AR-NAV (Enhanced) allows arcs to be drawn in flight
plan
The Weather Source has the following Port options:
• None
• Serial (Default value)
• Bluetooth
The Weather Source receives data in the following Type formats:
• N/A
• WxWorx (Default value)
• KDR-610
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Status Page
From the System Setup Menu, tap the STATUS PAGE soft key
to access the System Status Menu page, as shown in Figure
3-111.
Figure 3-111: System Setup – Status Page
The System Status Menu page gives information about the position
source, software/database versions and system information.
Internal GPS Status: The Internal GPS Status Page shows the GPS
status in two tables, as shown in Figure 3-112. The first table shows
the GPS receiver status. The second table shows the GPS satellite
status for those that should be in view.
Figure 3-112: System Setup – Internal GPS Status
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External Position Source Status:
The External Position Source Status page displays the reported
status of the external GPS receiver. (Only available if an external
position source is configured) The Communication Status window is
updated regularly.
Figure 3-113: System Setup – External GPS Status
Software and Database Versions: The Software and Database
Versions Page shows the software status in tables, as shown
in Figure 3-114. The software table shows the application name,
build status and operating system number. Databases table shows
the Region, the Aeronautical part number, the Expiration date, the
Cartography number and the Topography number.
Figure 3-114: System Setup – Software and Database Version
• System Information: This page shows the System Information in
a table and is defined as:
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Flight Log Start Time: The UTC time at the beginning of the flight.
Flight Log End Time: The UTC time at the end of the flight.
Run Time: The total time of the flight.
Cycles: The number of power cycles.
Event Codes: A list of Events.
Figure 3-115: System Information Page
Shut Down
Tap the
soft key on the Aviation Main Menu page to go
to the Program Close page. Tap on the YES soft key to exit from
the program or tap the NO soft key to stay in the program.
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Figure 3-116: Power Off
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AUTOMOTIVE MODE
OPERATION
WARNINGS AND SAFETY INFORMATION
Go Drive is a navigation system that helps you find your way to your
destination with a connected GPS receiver. Go Drive does not
transmit your GPS position; others cannot track you.
It is important that you look at the display only when it is safe to do
so. If you are the driver of the vehicle, we recommend that you
operate Go Drive before you start your journey. Plan the route
before your departure and stop if you need to change something in
the route.
Go Drive has a Safety Mode: if you turn on Safety Mode, you cannot
change anything in Go Drive while the vehicle is moving at a speed
of 6 mph (10 km/h) or higher. Unless only passengers operate Go
Drive, we strongly encourage you to turn on Safety Mode.
You must obey the traffic signs and follow the road geometry. If you
deviate from the route that Go Drive recommended, Go Drive
changes the instructions accordingly.
Never place mobile devices where it obstructs the driver's view,
where it is in the deployment zone of an airbag or where it might
cause injuries in an accident.
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GLOSSARY
2D/3D GPS reception
The GPS receiver uses satellite signals to calculate its (your)
position and need at least four signals to give a three-dimensional
position, including elevation. Because the satellites are moving and
because objects can block the signals, your GPS device might not
receive four signals. If three satellites are available, the receiver can
calculate the horizontal GPS position but the accuracy is lower and
the GPS device does not give you elevation data: only 2D reception
is possible.
Active route
The Active route is the currently navigated route. You can save and
load routes in Go Drive, but only one route can be active at any
given time. It is always active until you delete it, reach your
destination or you quit Go Drive. See also: Route.
City Center
The City Center is not the geometric center of the settlement but an
arbitrary point the map creators have chosen. In towns and villages,
it is usually the most important intersection; in larger cities, it is an
important intersection.
GPS accuracy
Several factors have impact on the deviation between your real
position and the one given by the GPS device. For example, signal
delay in the ionosphere or reflecting objects near the GPS device
have a different and varying impact on how accurately the GPS
device can calculate your position.
Map
Go Drive works with digital maps which are not simply the
computerized versions of traditional paper maps. Similarly to the
paper road maps, the 2D mode of digital maps show you streets,
roads, and elevation is also shown by colors. In 3D mode, you can
see the altitude differences, for example valleys and mountains,
elevated roads, and in selected cities 3D landmarks and 3D
buildings are also displayed.
You can use digital maps interactively: you can zoom in and out
(increase or decrease the scale), you can tilt them up and down, and
turn them left and right. In GPS-supported navigation, digital maps
facilitate route planning.
North-up map orientation
In North-up mode the map is rotated so its top always faces North.
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This is the orientation in 2D map view mode and in Overview mode.
See also: Track-up map orientation.
Overview mode
You can instruct Go Drive to automatically switch to Overview mode
if the next route event is in a distance. In Overview mode the map is
shown in 2D but scaled down to a predefined zoom level. When you
approach the next route event, the previous 2D or 3D map view
returns automatically.
Route
A route is a series of destinations to be reached one after the other.
A simple route contains one start point and only one destination.
Multi-point routes contain one or more via points (intermediate
destinations). The last route point is the final destination and the
route is cut into different legs (from one destination to the next).
Scheme
Go Drive comes with different color schemes for the map for
daytime or night use. Schemes are custom graphic settings for the
map and they can have different colors for streets, blocks or surface
waters in 2D and 3D modes, and they display shades or shadows in
different ways in 3D mode.
One daytime scheme and one night scheme is always selected. Go
Drive uses them when it switches from day to night and back.
Track-up map orientation
In Track-up mode the map is rotated so its top always points in the
current driving direction. This is the default orientation in 3D map
view mode. See also: North-up map orientation.
Road Safety Camera
A special POI type exists for speed cameras and red light cameras.
Different data sources are available, and you can also mark the
position of a Road Safety Camera on the map.
You can configure Go Drive to warn you when you approach one of
these cameras.
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GETTING STARTED
From the Main Menu (refer to Figure 4-1), tap the
key to start the Go Drive Automotive Navigation program.
soft
Figure 4-1: AV8OR Main Menu
When Go Drive is started the first time, you need to do the following:
• Select the written language of the application. Later you can
change it in the Settings Menu section.
• Select the language and speaker used for voice guidance
messages. Later you can change it in Settings Menu
section.
• Select whether to start the program in “Simple” mode or in
“Advanced” mode. Later you can switch between the two
operating modes in Settings Menu section.
After this, the Navigation menu appears and you can start using Go
Drive. Figure 4-2 displays the Navigation menu in Simple mode.
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Figure 4-2: Simple Mode
Figure 4-3 displays the Navigation menu in Advanced mode:
Figure 4-3: Advanced Mode
The typical way of using Go Drive is to select a destination, and start
navigating. You can select your destination in the following ways (not
all of them are available in Simple mode):
•
•
Use the selected location on the map.
Enter a full address or a part of an address, for example a street
name without a house number or the names of two intersecting
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streets .
Enter an address with postal code. This way you do not need to
select the name of the settlement and the search for street
names might be faster as well.
Use a coordinate.
Use a saved location:
o A Favorite
o A POI
o The History of previously set destinations and waypoints.
Simple and Advanced modes
The two operating modes of Go Drive mainly differ in the menu
structure and the number of available features. The controls and
screen layouts are the same.
• Simple mode: you have easy access to the most important
navigation functions and the basic settings only. The rest of
the settings are set to values that are optimal for typical use.
•
Advanced mode: you have access to the full functionality of
Go Drive.
To switch from Simple mode to Advance mode: on the startup
,
screen (Navigation Menu), tap
.
To switch from Advanced mode Simple mode on the startup screen
(Navigation Menu), tap
,
.
The features and settings available in each mode are as follows:
Available
Available
Type of action
in Simple
in
mode
Advanced
mode
Navigating to a selected
map point
Yes
Yes
Navigating to a street
address
Yes
Yes
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Type of action
Available
in Simple
mode
Available
in
Advanced
mode
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Navigating to an
incomplete address
Navigating to an
intersection
Navigating to recent
destinations (History)
Navigating to Favorites
Yes
Yes
Navigating to a POI
Yes
Yes
Navigating to coordinates
No
Yes
Creating a multi-point
route
Saving a map point as a
Favorite destination
Saving a map point as a
POI
Saving a map point as a
location of a Road Safety
Camera
Mark a map point with a
Pin
Saving the active route
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Saving Track Logs
No
Yes
Map Screen settings
No
Yes
Menu settings
Only
background
picture
Only
Master
Yes
Sound settings
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Available
in Simple
mode
Available
in
Advanced
mode
volume
Route Planning options
Yes
Yes
Regional settings
Only
language
selection
No
Yes
Warnings
Yes
Soft Keys and Controls on the screen
You only need to confirm selections or changes in Go Drive if the
application needs to restart, it needs to perform a major
reconfiguration, or you are about to lose some of your data or
saves and applies the new settings
settings. Otherwise,
immediately.
Type
Example
Soft Key
Icon
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Description
Tap it to initiate
a function, to
open a new
screen, or to set
a parameter.
Shows status
information.
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How to use
it
Tap it once.
Some icons
also function
as a soft
Key. Tap
them once.
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Automotive Mode Operation
Example
List
Description
When you need
to select from
several options,
they appear in a
list.
How to use
it
Turn the
page with
the
and
soft Keys
and tap the
value that
you want.
Slider
When a feature
has several
different
unnamed
values, Go
Drive shows an
indicator on a
gauge that
displays and
sets a value
from a range.
Switch
When there are
only two
choices, a
checkmark
shows whether
the feature is
enabled.
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• Drag the
handle to
move the
slider to its
new
position.
• Tap the
slider
where you
want the
handle to
appear; the
thumb
jumps
there.
Tap it to turn
the switch
on or off.
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Example
Virtual
keyboard
Description
Alphabetic and
alphanumeric
keyboards to
enter text and
numbers.
How to use
it
Each key is
a touch
screen soft
Key.
Using keyboards
You only need to enter letters or numbers in Go Drive when you
cannot avoid it. You can type with your fingertips on the full-screen
keyboards and you can switch between various keyboard layouts, for
example ABC, QWERTY, or numerical.
Task
Details
Switching to another
keyboard layout, for
example from a Latin
QWERTY keyboard to
a Greek keyboard
Correcting your entry
on the keyboard
Tap
and select
from the list of available keyboard types.
Remove the unneeded character(s): tap.
Tap
and hold the soft Key
to delete the entire input string.
Entering a space, for
example between a first
name and a family
name or in multi-word
street names
Entering small or capital
letters
Tap
.
Tap
to cycle through entering lower
case letters, capital initials or all capitals.
Entering symbols
Tap
to switch to a keyboard of
symbol characters.
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Finalizing the keyboard
entry
Tap
.
Additional Controls
Tasks
Tapping and
holding the
screen
Instructions
You do not need this to access the basic
navigation functions. Tap and keep pressing the
following soft Keys to reach extra functions:
• Tap and hold
on the Map screen: you can
set the minimum and maximum zoom level of
Smart Zoom.
• Tap and hold any of the
soft Keys on the Map
screen: you can set or reset the zoom value of the
soft Key (2D map).
• Tap and hold any of the
soft Keys on the Map
screen: you can set or reset the tilt and zoom
values of the soft Key (3D map).
• Tap and hold
on list and menu
screens: the Navigation menu appears.
Additional
Tapping and
holding the
screen
functions
Tap and hold any of the
soft Keys on the Map screen: you
can rotate, tilt or scale the map continuously.
•
Tap and hold
on keyboard
screens: you can delete several characters
quickly.
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Instructions
•
Gestures (drag
& drop)
Tap and hold
or
in long lists: you
can turn the page continuously.
• Tap and hold the soft Keys in the Quick menu
to open screens from the Manage menu or
the Settings menu related with the function of
the soft Key.
• • In portrait screen orientation there are
symbols (instead of labels) on the soft Keys at
the bottom of the screen. Tap and hold any of
these soft Keys, and its name pops up at the
center of the screen.
You do not need gestures to access the basic
navigation features. You need to drag and drop
the screen only in cases like:
• Moving the handle on a slider.
• Moving the map: grab the map, and move it in
the desired direction.
• Shortcut to open the Map screen: slide your
finger from the bottom right corner to the
bottom left corner on any screen.
Shortcut to open the Navigation menu: slide your
finger from the top left corner to the bottom left
corner on any screen.
Using the Map
The map screen is the most frequently used screen of Go Drive. It
can be accessed from the Navigation menu by tapping
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Figure 4-4: Map Screen
For further information about the map screen, refer to the Map
Screen section.
CHECKING THE DETAILS OF A MAP LOCATION
•
If you are interested in the details of your current position during
navigation:
1. Check the bottom line of the map. It shows the current street
and house number information.
2. For further details, tap
to open the Position menu.
The address, the coordinate
3. Tap
and the list of nearby POIs will be displayed.
•
You can check the details of any other location by selecting it on
the map:
1. Tap the map anywhere to open the map control soft Keys.
2. Tap the desired location on the map. The Cursor (
3. For Further details, tap
)
to open the Cursor menu.
The address, the coordinate
4. Tap
and the list of nearby POIs will be displayed.
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It is even easier if you select the desired point in the Find menu.
Then the Cursor menu opens automatically. You only need to tap the
soft Key.
MANIPULATING THE MAP
Position markers on the map:
Current GPS position:
Selected location (Cursor):
The following controls help you modify the map view to best suit your
actual needs. Most of these controls appear only if you tap the map
once, and disappear after a few seconds of inactivity.
Action
Moving the map
with drag&drop
Soft Key(s)
No soft Keys
Description
You can move the map into
any direction: tap and hold the
map, and move your finger to
the direction in which you want
to move the map.
If GPS position is available
and you have moved the map,
the
soft Key appears.
Tap this soft Key to return to
the GPS position.
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Soft Key(s)
Opening/closing
map control soft
Keys
Zooming in and
out
Tilting up and
down
Rotating left
and right
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Description
Tap this soft Key to show or
hide the following map control
soft Keys:
• Zoom in/out
• Rotate left/right (3D map
only)
• Tilt up/down (3D map only)
• Zoom preset soft Keys (2D
map only)
• Tilt and zoom preset soft
Keys (3D map only)
• Return to GPS position soft
Key Smart Zoom soft Key
Changes how much of the
map is displayed on the
screen. Go Drive uses highquality vector maps that let you
see the map at various zoom
levels, always with optimized
content. It always displays
street names and other text
with the same font size, never
upside-down, and you only see
the streets and objects that
you need. Map scaling has
different limits in 2D and in 3D
map view modes.
Changes the vertical view
angle of the map in 3D mode.
Changes the horizontal view
angle of the map in 3D mode.
When GPS position is
available, Go Drive always
rotates the map so its top
faces your direction of travel
(Track-Up orientation). You
can turn away from Track-Up
with these soft Keys. If GPS
position is available and you
have rotated the map, the
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Soft Key(s)
Viewing modes
Description
soft Key appears. Tap
this soft Key to re-enable the
automatic map rotation.
Gives you the following map
perspectives in Go Drive:
• classic top-down view (2D)
• • perspective view (3D) The
value always shows the
mode the soft Key switches
to: If you are in 2D mode,
the soft
you can see
Key and you need to tap it to
switch to 3D mode.
STATUS INFORMATION AND HIDDEN CONTROLS ON THE MAP
The following information appears in the rounded field in the top left
corner, the Turn Preview field. When tapping this area, the result
depends on the information currently shown.
Icon
,
Information
Details
Action
There is no
active route
in Simple
mode
If there is no route to
be navigated in
Simple mode, this
icon appears in the
Turn Preview field.
Tap this area to
open Find
Address.
There is no
active route
in Advanced
mode
If there is no route to
be navigated in
Advanced mode, this
icon appears in the
Turn Preview field
Tap this area to
open Find.
There is no
valid GPS
position.
If an active route
exists, and there is no
valid GPS position,
Tap this area to
open the Route
Information
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Information
If the icon is
a
static picture,
route
calculation is
needed
If the icon is
animated,
route,
calculation is
in progress
,
Next route
event (next
maneuver)
,
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Details
Action
the view of the sky
above you is shown
with colored dots for
each satellite. Some
dots need to turn
green to be able to
navigate.
GPS position and an
active route are
available, but
automatic off-route
recalculation is
switched off, and you
deviated from the
route.
Go Drive is
calculating or
recalculating the route
GPS position and an
active route are
available, and you
navigate the
recommended route.
This area gives you
information about the
type and distance of
the next route event.
screen.
Tap this area to
make Go Drive
recalculate the
recommended
route.
Nothing
happens if you
tap this area of
the screen
Tap this area to
open the Route
Information
screen.
The following area appears next to the above described rounded
area. When tapping this area, the result depends on the information
currently shown.
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,
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Information
There is no
valid GPS
position
Details
If there is no
valid GPS
position, this
symbol
appears here.
Traffic
restriction
When GPS
position is
available, but
there is no
route to be
navigated, the
traffic
restriction of
the upcoming
intersection is
shown here if
there is any
When GPS
position and an
active route are
both available,
this field shows
the route event
that follows the
next route
event shown in
the above
described area.
This icon
appears when
you are
approaching a
Road Safety
Camera, and
the warning for
cameras is
enabled in
Second route
event
(maneuver
after the next
maneuver)
Approaching
a Road
Safety
Camera
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Action
Tap this area
to open the
GPS Data
screen to
check the
signal status or
the connection
settings.
Nothing
happens if you
tap this area of
the screen.
Tap this area
to open the
Itinerary
screen with the
turn by turn
guidance
instructions.
Tap this area
to suppress
the audible
camera
warning.
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Information
Stops the
running
simulation
Route
recalculation
progress
Details
Settings.
This icon
appears during
Route Fly Over,
Route
Simulation, and
Track Log
playback.
During route
recalculation,
this field shows
the
recalculation
progress
between 0%
and 100%.
Action
Tap this area
to stop the
simulation.
Nothing
happens if you
tap this area of
the screen.
The following symbols appear in the Indicator strip:
Icon
Description
The sound output of Go Drive is muted.
The sound output of Go Drive is enabled.
Go Drive records a Track log when GPS position
is available.
Track log recording is disabled.
No TMC receiver is connected or TMC is turned
off.
TMC receiver is connected and a radio station with
TMC broadcast is received.
There are new, unread TMC events.
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Description
A part of the route is bypassed based on TMC
events.
A part of the route is mentioned in TMC events but
could not be bypassed (for example, the
destination is on a congested street).
The Bluetooth radio is switched off.
The Bluetooth radio is turned on, but no telephone
is connected.
There is an error in the Bluetooth connection.
Go Drive is connected to a telephone as a hands
free set via Bluetooth.
A phone call is in progress over the Bluetooth
connection.
The following information can be seen in the three data fields shown
on the map screen. Tap this area to open the Trip Information screen
where you can select which values to be shown in these three fields.
When there is no active route, these fields show the following
information: current speed, compass and the current time of day.
Icon
Type
Compass
Speed
information
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Shows the direction of your heading
both when the map is automatically
rotated (3D) and when the map is
always facing North (2D).
There are speed values that can be
shown: • Current speed • Speed
limit on the current road
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Type
Time
information
More information
There are time values that can be
shown: • Current GPS time
• Time remaining to reach the
destination • Time remaining to
reach the next via point
• Estimated arrival time at the
destination
• Estimated arrival time at the next
via point
Distance
information
There are distance type values that
can be shown:
• Distance remaining to reach the
destination
• Distance remaining to reach the
next via point • Current altitude
The next area is a combined status field. Tap this area to open the
Quick menu (Refer to Figure 4-11: Quick Menu).
.
Icon
Status
More information
for
GPS
The more lit bars, the better is the
position GPS position.
quality
Battery
status
The device is running on battery
power. The number of lit bars
represent the remaining capacity.
The
battery
is being
charged
The device is running on external
power. The battery is being charged.
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Status
for
Vehicle
type
More information
The symbol displays the vehicle type
used for route calculation.
USING THE CURSOR (THE SELECTED MAP LOCATION)
First, place the Cursor at the desired map location with one of the
following options:
• Use the Find menu to select a location. The map returns with the
selected point (the Cursor) in the middle, and the Cursor menu
appears with the available options.
• Tap the screen and tap again to place the Cursor at the desired
location. Now tap
to open the Cursor menu.
You can perform the following actions:
Soft Key
Action
In the active route, uses the Cursor as the
start point by replacing the current GPS
position (available in Advanced mode
only)
In the active route, uses the Cursor as the
destination by replacing the previous
destination
In the active route, uses the Cursor as a
via point (an intermediate destination)
preceding the destination (available in
Advanced mode only)
In the active route, uses the Cursor as the
destination while keeping the previous
destination as a via point (available in
Advanced mode only)
Shows the different routes calculated by
the available routing methods. Choose
the one that suits your needs the
best.(available in Advanced mode only)
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Soft Key
Action
Saves the Cursor as a POI(available in
Advanced mode only)
Saves the Cursor as a Favorite location
Saves the Cursor as a Road Safety
Camera location (available in Advanced
mode only)
Marks the map with a Pin at the Cursor
(available in Advanced mode only)
Opens a screen with the name, address
and coordinate information of the Cursor,
and the list of POIs near it
Advanced Functions
SMART ZOOM
Smart Zoom is a lot more than just a usual automatic zoom:
While following a route calculated by Go Drive:
When approaching a turn, it will zoom in and raise the view angle to
let you easily recognize your maneuver at the next junction. If the
next turn is at a distance, it will zoom out and lower the view angle to
be flat so you can see the road in front of you.
While driving without an active route in Go Drive:
Smart Zoom will zoom in if you drive slowly and zoom out to the limit
set here when you drive at high speed.
Enabling Smart Zoom
Tap the map to let the map control soft Keys appear, and then tap
to enable Smart Zoom.
Fine-tuning Smart Zoom
Tap the map to let the map control soft Keys appear, and then tap
and hold
to open the Smart Zoom Settings window. Modify the
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zoom limits of Smart Zoom if necessary.
POSITION MARKERS
Current GPS Position and Lock-on-Road
When your GPS position is available, Go Drive marks your current
position with the
icon on the map. The exact location of the
position marker depends on the vehicle type used for route
calculation.
The vehicle type can be selected in Route settings or in the Quick
Menu.
•
icon is at your exact GPS
If you choose pedestrian: The
position. The direction of the icon shows your actual heading.
•
icon is aligned to
If you choose any of the vehicles: The
the nearest road to suppress GPS position errors. The direction
of the icon is one of the directions of the route.
. The Position menu
To use the current GPS position, tap
appears and you can save the GPS position as one of the following:
• A Favorite
• A Road Safety Camera
• A POI
• A map marker Pin
Returning to Normal Navigation
When GPS position is available, and you have moved the map (the
icon is moving or is not even visible), or you have rotated the
map in 3D mode, the
soft Key appears. Tap it to move the
map back to the GPS position and re-enable Track-up map
orientation (automatic map rotation).
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Even if you move the map while you are driving, Go Drive
continues navigating if there is an active route: it plays the
voice instructions and displays the turn preview icons
according to your current GPS position.
Selected Location (Cursor)
If you select a location in the Find menu, or you tap the map when
the map control soft Keys are visible, the Cursor appears at the
selected point on the map. Go Drive displays the Cursor with a
radiating red dot (
) to make it visible at all zoom levels, even
when it is in the background of a 3D map view.
When the Cursor is set, tap
. The Cursor menu appears and
you can use the Cursor as one of the following:
• The start point of a route
• A via point in a route
• The destination of a route
You can also search for POIs around the Cursor. Or you can save
the location of the Cursor as:
• A Favorite
• A Road Safety Camera
• A POI
• A map marker Pin
Original Position in the Cursor Menu
) shows the
When the Cursor menu is open, a special icon (
Cursor position the menu was opened with.
You can move and zoom the map, and you can set the Cursor to a
) appears, and the soft Keys
different place. The usual cursor (
of the Cursor menu initiate actions for this new location.
To return to the original Cursor position, tap
. The map jumps
back to the position with which the Cursor menu was opened, and
the
icon appears again.
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DAYTIME AND NIGHT COLOR SCHEMES
Go Drive uses different color schemes during the day and during the
night.
Daytime colors are similar to paper road maps.
The night color schemes use dark colors for large objects to keep
the average brightness of the screen low.
Go Drive offers different daytime and night color schemes. It can
also switch automatically between the daytime and the night scheme
based on the current time and GPS position a few minutes before
sunrise, when the sky has already turned bright, and a few minutes
after sunset, before it becomes dark.
COLOR SCHEME IN TUNNELS
When entering a tunnel, the colors of the map change. All buildings
disappear, the large objects (such as surface waters or forests) and
the empty areas between roads become black.
However, roads and streets keep their original colors from the
daytime or night color scheme currently used.
After leaving the tunnel, the original colors return.
ROUTE CALCULATION AND RECALCULATION
Go Drive calculates the route based on your preferences:
Route calculation method:
• Fast
• Short
• Economical
• Easy
Vehicle types:
• Car
• Taxi
• Bus
• Emergency vehicles
• Bicycle
• Pedestrian
Road types
• Unpaved Roads
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•
•
•
•
•
•
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Permit Needed
Motorways
Toll Roads
Charge Roads
Ferries
Cross-border Planning
Carpool Lanes (appears only when used in the USA)
Go Drive automatically recalculates the route if you deviate from the
proposed itinerary. For further information about Route Planning
options, refer to the Settings Menu section.
ITINERARY
The Itinerary is the list of the route events, that is, the driving
instructions.
Figure 4-5: Itinerary
When you are on the Map screen, you can display the Itinerary in
one of the following ways:
• Tap the area between the Turn preview and the Travel data
fields where the symbol of the second next maneuver is
displayed (for example:
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In Advanced mode, tap the following soft Keys:
,
,
You have the following options on the Itinerary screen:
Soft Key
Description
Any of the list items
Opens the map with the selected
maneuver in the middle.
Changes the detail level of the Itinerary.
The levels are as follows:
• Detailed Instructions: all intersections
are listed
• Itinerary: only significant intersections
(the ones announced in voice guidance)
are listed
• Road list: the list of the roads used while
navigating the route
Turns the page for additional list items.
,
When the map is open with a maneuver in the middle:
Soft Key
Description
Zooms in the map.
Zooms out the map.
,
Soft Key
Moves the map to show the previous or next
maneuver.
Description
Opens a screen where you can avoid a part
of the route starting from the selected
maneuver.
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TRACK LOGS
Go Drive can log the track that you drive.
A Track Log is a recording of how your GPS position changed and it
is independent of the route that Go Drive calculated.
Track Logs can be recorded, renamed, replayed, shown on the map,
exported to a memory card in GPX format, and deleted. See page
69.
Independently of the normal track log, you can instruct Go Drive to
record the native GPS data received from the GPS device. These
logs are saved as separate text files on the memory card, and they
cannot be shown or replayed in Go Drive.
To turn on NMEA/SIRF log saving, tap the following soft Keys:
,
,
,
.
ROUTE DEMONSTRATION
A simulation drives you through the route, following the driving
instructions. You can choose from a simulation at high speed or at
normal driving speed.
You can use it, for example, to see which bridge Go Drive planned
for the route; if you do not want to take that bridge, you can avoid it.
Route demonstrations can be started from the Route menu by
(high speed simulation) or the
tapping the
(normal speed simulation) soft Key.
POI (POINTS OF INTEREST)
A point of interest (POI) is a location that someone might find useful
or interesting. Go Drive is delivered with thousands of POIs and you
can also create your own POIs in the application.
POI locations are marked on the map with special icons. POI icons
are quite large so you can easily recognize the symbol. The icons
are also semi-transparent: they do not cover the streets and
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intersections behind them.
POIs are grouped into several levels of categories and
subcategories. The icon of a POI that comes with the map shows the
symbol of the POI category. If you save your own POI, you can
select an icon for it independently of the POI category you have put it
in.
Saving POI
To save a POI, place the Cursor (
tap the following soft Keys:
) at the desired location, then
,
,
.
Managing POI
You can select which POI groups to show and which ones to hide on
the map, and from which zoom levels POI icons are visible. At the
same place you can manage the saved POIs. A saved POI can be
renamed, moved to a different POI group, its icon can be changed,
or a phone number and additional information can be added to it.
Tap the following soft Keys:
,
,
ROAD SAFETY CAMERAS
The location of a Road Safety Camera is a special POI. They cannot
be searched like other POIs, and there is a special proximity warning
only for cameras.
Can Road Safety Camera locations be uploaded in a
text file?
Can you save the Cursor as the location of a Road
Safety Camera?
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Saving Road Safety Cameras
To save the location of a Road Safety Camera, place the Cursor
(
) at the desired location, then tap the following soft
Keys:
,
,
.
Camera Warning
When you approach a Road Safety Camera with the warning
enabled, the following happens:
•
•
•
Visible Warning: The type of the camera is displayed in the
secondary Turn Preview field (for example).
Audible Warning: If there is no speed limit given for the camera,
or your speed is under the given speed limit, single beeps warn
you about the camera.
If you exceed the speed limit of the camera, the following also
happens:
o Visible Warning: A symbol with the speed limit appears in
o
),
the corner of the map (for example:
Audible Warning: A special alert sound is played.
Camera Types
The warning for Road Safety Cameras can be turned on in Warning
Settings. Tap the following soft keys
,
,
.
When you approach a Road Safety Camera with the warning
enabled, the following happens:
Visible Warning: The type of the camera is displayed in the
secondary Turn Preview field (for example
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Audible Warning: If there is no speed limit given for the camera,
or your speed is under the given speed limit, single beeps warn
you about the camera.
If you exceed the speed limit of the camera, the following also
happens:
o Visible Warning: A symbol with the speed limit appears in
o
).
the corner of the map (for example:
Audible Warning: A special alert sound is played.
There are different types of Road Safety Cameras.
Symbol
Type
Description
Fixed
Mobile
Built-in
Section
control
Some speed cameras stand by the
roadside, looking in one direction,
measuring one or both directions of the
traffic. They measure your current speed.
For these speed cameras you can specify
the controlled traffic direction and the speed
limit. Go Drive warns you when you
approach these speed cameras in the
measured direction. If your speed exceeds
the speed limit near the speed camera, Go
Drive plays a special warning sound.
Some speed cameras are operated from
vehicles. They do not always work and they
are not set to check a preset speed limit.
The warning is similar to fixed speed
cameras, but as there is no speed limit
given, only the proximity is announced.
Some speed cameras are built into traffic
lights. They work like fixed speed cameras,
but they are difficult to spot. The warning for
proximity and speeding is the same as for
the fixed speed cameras.
These speed cameras work in pairs, and do
not measure your current speed but your
average speed between the two speed
cameras. Both identify your car and record
the exact time you pass them. They use the
difference between the two points in time to
calculate your average speed. Go Drive
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Red light
Description
warns you when you approach one of these
speed cameras, but as you pass by, the
warning stays on, and your average speed
is measured until you reach another speed
camera of this type. If your average speed
exceeds the speed limit between the two
speed cameras, you receive the same
special warning sound as with the other
speed camera types. In the rare case Go
Drive cannot register the moment you pass
the second speed camera (for example, it is
placed at the exit of a tunnel where GPS
position is not yet available) the warning
continues. Just tap the speed camera
symbol displayed on the screen to stop the
warning.
These cameras check if you obey traffic
lights. The warning is similar to mobile
speed cameras: as there is no speed limit
given, only the proximity is announced.
Camera Directions
A speed camera can measure the speed of one direction of the
traffic, both directions, or even several directions in an intersection,
when they are mounted on a rotating base. The same directions
apply to red light cameras. Go Drive warns you only if you drive in a
measured or possibly measured direction. The measured direction of
the camera appears with the following symbols:
Symbol
Description
The camera checks the speed of the direction into which
you are driving.
The camera checks the speed of the opposite driving
direction.
The camera checks the speed in both directions on the
road.
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The camera can check the speed in any direction.
SPEED LIMIT WARNING
Maps sometimes contain information about the speed limits of the
road segments. This information may not be available for your region
(ask your local dealer) or may not be fully correct for all roads on the
map.
You can configure Go Drive to warn you if you exceed the current
limit. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
,
,
.
When you exceed the speed limit, the following happens:
• Visible Warning: A symbol with the speed limit appears in
•
).
the corner of the map (for example:
Audible Warning: A voice message is played using the
selected voice guidance profile.
ROUTE NAVIGATION
You can set up your route in Go Drive in several ways:
if you need a simple route (a route with only one destination, without
any intermediate via points), you can select the destination and start
navigating to it right away
you can plan a multi-point route (available in Advanced mode only)
you can also plan a route independently of your current GPS position
or even without GPS reception (available in Advanced mode only)
Selecting the Destination of a Route
Go Drive offers you several ways of choosing your destination and
via points (intermediate destinations):
• Use the selected location on the map.
• Enter a full address or a part of an address, for example a street
name without a house number or the names of two intersecting
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•
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streets.
Enter an address with postal code. This way you do not need to
select the name of the settlement and the search for street
names might be faster as well.
Use a coordinate.
Use a saved location:
o A Favorite
o A POI
o The History of previously set destinations and waypoints.
If you are going to use a route later, save it before you start
navigating. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
,
.
SELECTING THE CURSOR AS THE DESTINATION
1. Locate your destination on the map: move and scale the map as
needed.
2. Tap the location that you want to select as your destination. The
Cursor (
3. Tap
) appears.
to open the Cursor menu.
4. The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap
(Simple mode) or
(Advanced mode) from the Cursor menu. The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.
Tip!
If you know that you will use a destination later, when the Cursor
menu appears, save it as a POI, or put it on the list of your
Favorites first. The Cursor menu returns automatically with the
same point. Now you can use it as a route point.
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ENTERING AN ADDRESS OR PART OF AN ADDRESS
If you know at least a part of the address, it is the quickest way to
select the destination of the route.
• Using the same screen, you can find an address by entering:
• The exact address, including house number
• The center of a settlement
• An intersection
• The midpoint of a street
• Any of the above, starting the search with the postal code.
Entering an Address (Europe)
In some countries, states are not used in addressing. After selecting
the country, the next step is to define the settlement. There are four
lines on the screen:
Figure 4-6: Enter an Address (Europe)
The procedure is explained starting from the Navigation menu.
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
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(Advanced mode).
2. By default, Go Drive proposes the country and settlement where
you are. If needed, tap the soft Key with the name of the ountry, and
select a different one from the list.
3. If needed, change the settlement:
• To select the settlement from the list of recently used ones,
•
soft Key.
tap the
To enter a new settlement:
1. Tap the soft Key with the name of the settlement, or if
you have changed the country/state, tap
.
2. Start entering the settlement name on the keyboard.
3. Get to the list of search results:
• After entering a couple of characters, the names that
match the string appear in a list.
•
to open the list of
Tap
results before it appears automatically.
4. Pick the settlement from the list.
4. Enter the street name:
.
1. Tap
2. Start entering the street name on the keyboard.
3. Get to the list of results:
o After entering a couple of characters, the names that
match the string appear in a list.
to open the list of
Tap
results before it appears automatically.
4. Pick the street from the list.
o
5. Enter the house number:
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1. Tap
.
2. Enter the house number on the keyboard.
to finish entering the
3. Tap
address.
6. The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap
Simple mode) or
(Advanced mode) from the Cursor menu. The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.
Entering an Address (North America, Australia)
In some countries, the state is also used in addresses. If you are in
one of these countries, or choose any of them from the list of
countries, five lines appear on the screen:
Figure 4-7: Find an Address - USA
The procedure is explained starting from the Navigation menu.
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
(Simple mode), or
(Advanced mode).
2. By default, Go Drive proposes the country, state and settlement
where you are. If needed, tap the soft Key with the name of the
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country, and select a different one from new country, you also
need to select the state, or tap
settlement regardless of the state it is in.
to search for a
3. If you have not changed the country, you still have the possibility
to change the state. Tap the soft Key with the name of the state,
and select from the list.
4. If needed, change the settlement:
• To select the settlement from the list of recently used ones,
•
soft Key.
tap the
To enter a new settlement:
1. Tap the soft Key with the name of the settlement, or if
you have changed the country/state, tap
.
2. Start entering the settlement name on the keyboard.
3. Get to the list of search results:
o After entering a couple of characters, the names that
match the string appear in a list.
to open the list of
Tap
results before it appears automatically.
4. Pick the settlement from the list
o
5. Enter the street name:
.
a. Tap
b. Start entering the street name on the keyboard.
c. Get to the list of results:
o
After entering a couple of characters, the names that
match the string appear in a list.
to open the list of
Tap
results before it appears automatically.
4. Pick the street from the list.
o
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6. Enter the house number:
.
1. Tap
2. Enter the house number on the keyboard.
to finish entering the
3. Tap
address.
7. The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap
(Simple mode) or
(Advanced mode) from the Cursor menu. The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.
Entering an Address if house numbering is restarted
There are long roads where the house numbering is restarted at
some point. This way the same house number can appear twice or
even more times on the same road. If this is the case, after giving
the house number, you need to select the appropriate address by
the district/suburb information.
The procedure is explained starting from the Navigation menu.
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
(Simple mode), or
,
, (Advanced mode).
2. By default, Go Drive proposes the country/state and settlement
where you are. If needed, tap the soft Key with the name of the
country/state, and select a different one from the list.
3. If needed, change the settlement:
• To select the settlement from the list of recently used ones,
•
soft Key.
tap the
To enter a new settlement:
1. Tap the soft Key with the name of the settlement, or if
you have changed the country/state, tap
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2. Start entering the settlement name on the keyboard.
3. Get to the list of search results:
o After entering a couple of characters, the names that
match the string appear in a list.
to open the list of
Tap
results before it appears automatically.
4. Pick the settlement from the list.
o
4. Enter the street name:
.
1. Tap
2. Start entering the street name on the keyboard.
3. Get to the list of results:
o After entering a couple of characters, the names that
match the string appear in a list.
Tap
to open the list of results before it appears
automatically.
4. Pick the street from the list.
o
o
5. Enter the house number:
.
1. Tap
2. Enter the house number on the keyboard.
to finish entering the
3. Tap
address.
6. A list appears with the matching addresses. Tap the desired one.
7. The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap
(Simple mode) or
(Advanced mode) from the Cursor menu. The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.
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Enter an Address without knowing the district/suburb
Long roads can run across several districts or suburbs. You may not
know if a particular house number is in which of them. In this case,
follow the instructions below:
The procedure is explained starting from the Navigation menu.
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
(Simple mode), or
(Advanced mode).
2. By default, Go Drive proposes the country/state and settlement
where you are. If needed, tap the soft Key with the name of the
country/state, and select a different one from the list.
3. If needed, change the settlement:
• To select the settlement from the list of recently used ones,
•
soft Key.
tap the
To enter a new settlement:
1. Tap the soft Key with the name of the settlement, or if
you have changed the country/state, tap
.
2. Start entering the settlement name on the keyboard.
3. Get to the list of search results:
o After entering a couple of characters, the names that
match the string appear in a list.
to open the list of
Tap
results before it appears automatically.
4. Pick the settlement from the list.
o
4. Enter the street name:
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1. Tap
.
2. Start entering the street name on the keyboard.
3. Get to the list of results:
o After entering a couple of characters, the names that
match the string appear in a list.
to open the list of
Tap
results before it appears automatically.
4. Instead of picking one of the streets, tap
o
5. Enter the house number:
.
1. Tap
2. Enter the house number on the keyboard.
to finish entering the
3. Tap
address.
6. A list appears with the matching addresses. Tap the desired one.
7. The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap
(Simple mode) or
(Advanced mode) from the Cursor menu. The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.
Selecting an Intersection as the Destination
The procedure is explained starting from the Navigation menu.
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
(Simple mode), or
(Advanced mode).
2. By default, Go Drive proposes the country/state and settlement
where you are. If needed, tap the soft Key with the name of the
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country/state, and select a different one from the list.
3. If needed, change the settlement:
• To select the settlement from the list of recently used ones,
•
soft Key.
tap the
To enter a new settlement:
1. Tap the soft Key with the name of the settlement, or if
you have changed the country/state, tap
.
2. Start entering the settlement name on the keyboard.
3. Get to the list of search results:
o After entering a couple of characters, the names that
match the string appear in a list.
to open the list of
Tap
results before it appears automatically.
4. Pick the settlement from the list.
o
4. Enter the street name:
.
1. Tap
2. Start entering the street name on the keyboard.
3. Get to the list of results:
o After entering a couple of characters, the names
that match the string appear in a list.
to open the list of
Tap
results before it appears automatically.
4. Pick the street from the list.
o
5. Tap the
• If only a few intersecting streets exist, their list appears
immediately.
• In case of a longer street, a keyboard screen appears. Start
entering the name of the intersecting street on the keyboard.
As you type, if the matching streets can be shown on one
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screen, their list appears automatically.
6. Tap the desired intersecting street in the list.
7. The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap
(Simple mode) or
(Advanced mode) from the Cursor menu. The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.
Selecting a City Center as the Destination
The City Center is not the geometric center of the settlement but an
arbitrary point the map creators have chosen. In towns and villages,
it is usually the most important intersection; in larger cities, it is an
important intersection.
The procedure is explained starting from the Navigation menu.
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
(Simple mode), or
(Advanced mode).
2. By default, Go Drive proposes the country/state and settlement
where you are. If needed, tap the soft Key with the name of the
country/state, and select a different one from the list.
3. If needed, change the settlement:
• To select the settlement from the list of recently used ones,
•
soft Key.
tap the
To enter a new settlement:
1. Tap the soft Key with the name of the settlement, or if
you have changed the country/state, tap
.
2. Start entering the settlement name on the keyboard.
3. Get to the list of search results:
o After entering a couple of characters, the names that
match the string appear in a list.
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Tap
to open the list of
results before it appears automatically.
4. Pick the settlement from the list.
o
4. Tap the
soft Key.
5. The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap
(Simple mode) or
(Advanced mode) from the Cursor menu. The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.
Entering an Address with a Postal Code
All of the above address searching possibilities can be performed
with entering the postal code instead of the settlement name. Find
below an example with a full address:
The procedure is explained starting from the Navigation menu.
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
(Simple mode), or
(Advanced mode).
2. By default, Go Drive proposes the country/state and settlement
where you are. If needed, tap the soft Key with the name of the
country/state, and select a different one from the list.
3. Tap the soft Key with the name of the settlement, and enter the
postal code:
1. Start entering the postal code on the keyboard.
2. Get to the list of results:
o After entering a couple of numbers, the ones that
are a match appear in a list.
to open the list of
Tap
results before it appears automatically.
3. Pick the settlement from the list.
o
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4. Enter the street name:
.
1. Tap
2. Start entering the street name on the keyboard.
3. Get to the list of results:
o After entering a couple of characters, the names that
match the string appear in a list.
to open the list of
Tap
results before it appears automatically.
4. Pick the street from the list.
o
5. Enter the house number:
.
1. Tap
2. Enter the house number on the keyboard.
to finish entering the
3. Tap
address.
6. The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap
(Simple mode) or
(Advanced mode) from the Cursor menu. The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.
Tips on Entering Addresses Quickly
When you are entering the name of a settlement or a street, Go
Drive only displays those characters that appear in possible search
results. The other characters are greyed out.
•
When entering the settlement name or the street name, tap the
soft Key after a couple of letters; Go
Drive lists the items that contain the character set.
•
You can speed up finding an intersection:
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Search first for the street with a less common or less usual
name; fewer letters are enough to find it.
If one of the streets is shorter, search for that one first. You
can then find the second one faster.
•
You can search for both the type and the name of a road. If the
same word appears in several names, for example in the name
of streets, roads and avenues, you can obtain the result faster if
you enter the first letter of the street type: For example, enter Pi
A to obtain Pine Avenue and skip all Pine Streets and
Pickwick Roads.
•
You can also search in postal codes. This is useful when a street
name is common and it is used in several districts of a city.
SELECTING THE DESTINATION FROM YOUR FAVORITES
You can select a location that you have already saved as a Favorite
to be your destination. The procedure is explained starting from the
Navigation menu.
(Simple mode) or
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
(Advanced mode).
2. Tap the Favorite that you want to set as your destination.
3. The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap
(Simple mode) or
(Advanced mode) from the Cursor menu. The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.
SELECTING THE DESTINATION FROM THE POIS
You can select your destination from the POIs included with Go
Drive or from the ones you have previously created.
The procedure is explained starting from the Navigation menu.
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1. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
(Simple mode), or
(Advanced mode).
2. Select the area around which the POI should be searched:
•
•
: The POI will be searched around a given address.
: The map appears with the Cursor in the middle.
Modify the location of the Cursor if necessary, then tap
. The POI will be searched around the
given location.
•
: The POI will be searched around the
current GPS position.
•
: The POI will be searched around the
destination of the active route.
•
: The POI will be searched not around a
given point but by the size of the detour it means from the
active route. This can be useful if you search for a later
stopover that causes only a minimal detour. For example
upcoming petrol stations or restaurants.
3. You can narrow the search with the following: Select the POI
group (e.g. Accommodation), and after that, if needed, select the
POI subgroup (e.g. Hotel or Motel).
•
•
To find the POI by its name, tap
use the keyboard to enter a part of the name.
To list all POIs in a given POI group, tap
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4. [optional] When finally the list of results appear, you can sort the
list:
•
: sort the list alphabetically (available
when you search around a single location)
•
: sort the list by the distance from
your current position in a straight line (available when you
search around a single location)
•
: sort the list by the distance to drive on route
from your current position (available when you search along
the active route)
•
: sort the list by the size of the needed detour
(available when
5. Tap the desired POI in the list.
6. The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap
(Simple mode) or
(Advanced mode) from the Cursor menu. The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.
SELECTING THE DESTINATION WITH SAVED POI SEARCH
CRITERIA
POI search criteria can be saved in the POI section of the Manage
menu, but Go Drive is already shipped with some saved criteria you
can use instantly when searching for a POI.
The procedure is explained starting from the Navigation menu.
(Simple
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
mode), or
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2. Tap
3. Select one of the saved criteria and the list of matching
POIs appear.
4. Tap the desired POI in the list.
5. The map appears with the selected point in the middle.
Tap
(Simple mode) or
6.
(Advanced mode) from the Cursor
menu. The route is then automatically calculated, and
you can start navigating.
Selecting the destination from the History
The destinations that you have set earlier appear in the History. The
procedure is explained starting from the Navigation menu.
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
(Simple mode), or
(Advanced mode).
2. If necessary, turn the page with
destinations.
to see earlier
3. Tap the desired item.
4. The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap
(Simple mode) or
(Advanced mode) from the Cursor menu. The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.
Selecting the destination by entering its coordinate
This feature is available in Advanced mode only. The procedure is
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explained starting from the Navigation menu.
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
to change the format of
2. [optional] Tap
the displayed coordinates.
3. Tap the latitude or longitude value to change the coordinate.
4. Enter the coordinate values in WGS84 format on the keyboard:
the latitude (N or S) and the longitude (E or W).
5. Tap
6. The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap
(Simple mode) or
(Advanced mode) from the Cursor menu. The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.
Creating a Multi-point Route (inserting a Via Point)
Multi-point routes are created from simple routes, so a route must be
active first. One of the ways of expanding the route is to keep the
destination, and to add via points (intermediate destinations).
This feature is available in Advanced mode only.
1. Select a new location as you did in the previous sections. This
will be the additional destination in the route.
2. The map appears with the selected point in the middle, and the
Cursor menu opens automatically.
to add the point as an
3. Tap
intermediate destination preceding the final destination of the
route.
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4. [optional] To add more points to the route, repeat the above
steps as many times as you like.
If you insert a via point in a route that is already a multi-point route,
you will automatically be taken to the Edit Route screen where you
can determine the position of the intermediate route point. When you
enter the screen, the new via point is placed as the last via point
before the final destination. The new point is the selected point in the
list.
You have the following options:
Soft Key
Action
The selected point moves up in the list
(becomes a via point to be reached earlier).
Tap this soft Key repeatedly, and the point
becomes the start point of the route.
The selected point moves down in the list
(becomes a via point to be reached later).
Tap this soft Key repeatedly, and the point
becomes the final destination of the route.
The route is reversed. The start point
becomes the destination, the destination
becomes the start point, and all via points are
to be reached in the opposite order than
before.
The route is optimized. The start point and
the destination remain at their position, but
the via points are reordered to make the
shortest possible route.
The selected point is removed from the route.
The route remains as it was before adding
the new point.
Every time a new point is added, the route is recalculated
automatically, and you can start navigating right away.
Creating a Multi-point Route (Append a New
Destination)
Multi-point routes are created from simple routes, so a route must be
active first. One of the ways of expanding the route is to add a new
destination. The previous destination becomes the last via point of
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the route.
This feature is available in Advanced mode only.
1. Select a new location as you did in the previous sections. This
will be the additional destination in the route.
2. The map appears with the selected point in the middle, and the
Cursor menu opens automatically.
to open the full Cursor menu with
3. Tap
the additional functions.
to add the point as a new final
4. Tap
destination demoting the previous one to the last intermediate
destination.
5. [optional] To add more points to the route, repeat the above
steps as many times as you like.
Every time a new point is added, the route is recalculated
automatically, and you can start navigating right away.
Editing the Route
This feature is available in Advanced mode only.
Tap the following soft Keys:
,
,
The list of route points appear with the start point at the top of the list
and the final destination at the bottom. If several via points exist, you
might need to turn the page.
Tap one of the route points in the list. You have the following
options:
Action
Soft Key
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The selected point moves up in the list
(becomes a via point to be reached earlier).
Tap this soft Key repeatedly, and the point
becomes the start point of the route.
The selected point moves down in the list
(becomes a via point to be reached later).
Tap this soft Key repeatedly, and the point
becomes the final destination of the route.
The route is reversed. The start point
becomes the destination, the destination
becomes the start point, and all via points are
to be reached in the opposite order than
before.
The route is optimized. The start point and
the destination remain at their position, but
the via points are reordered to make the
shortest possible route.
The selected point is removed from the route.
As soon as you leave this screen, the route is recalculated
automatically, and you can start navigating right away.
Viewing Whole Route on the Map (Fit-to-Screen)
The map can be moved and scaled to show the whole line of the
route. You do not need to manipulate the map manually. The Plan
on Map feature does it for you.
In Advanced mode you have the following options to enter Plan on
Map:
•
Via the Find menu: tap
•
Via the Route Information screen: tap
•
•
,
,,
,.
Via the Route Information screen using a shortcut: tap
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In Simple mode the last option is available only.
Watching the Simulation of the Route
This feature is available in Advanced mode only. The procedure is
explained starting from the Map screen.
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
2. The Route menu appears. There are two ways of running the
route simulation:
•
to run the simulation at high
Tap
speed to give you a quick overview of the route.
•
•
Tap
to run the simulation at normal speed and with voice
guidance instructions announced. This option is for
demonstration purposes, or for checking difficult parts of the
route in advance.
3. The simulation can be aborted any time by tapping
.
Enabling Safety Mode
This feature is available in Advanced mode only.
Safety Mode disables the touch screen above 10 km/h (6 mph) to
keep your attention on the road. While driving, you will not be able to
set a new destination or to change settings. The only screen control
that remains enabled is the gesture that puts you back on the Map
screen.
The procedure is explained starting from the Map screen.
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Tap the following soft Keys:
,
,
,
.
Pausing the Active Route
You do not need to pause the active route: when you start driving
again, Go Drive restarts the voice instructions from your position.
Deleting the Next Via Point from the Route
The easiest way to delete the upcoming route point (the next via
point) in both Simple mode and Advanced mode is to open the
Route Information screen by tapping the Turn Preview field (
)
on the Map screen, and then tapping
In Advanced mode, you have another option. Tap the following soft
Keys:
,
,
Deleting the Active Route
The easiest way to delete the active route in both Simple mode and
Advanced mode is to open the Route Information screen by tapping
)on the Map screen, and then tapping
the Turn Preview field (
.
In Advanced mode, you have another option. Tap the following soft
Keys:
,.
,
,
,
Note!
If via points exist in the active route, you cannot delete the
route immediately on the Route Information screen. Tap
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repeatedly until all via points disappear and
the
whole route.
soft Key appears. Tap it to cancel the
Using Track Logs
Go Drive can record the track (how your GPS position changed) that
you drive.
Tip!
You do not need to select a destination and create a route for this;
you can also record your driving path while cruising.
This feature is available in Advanced mode only. The procedure is
explained starting from the Map screen.
Recording the travelled path (creating a Track Log)
1. Start driving.
2. Tap the following soft Keys
,
,
soft Key.
3. Start the recording: tap the
You return to the map and you can continue driving.
later
4. Repeat the above steps, then tap
to stop the recording. Go Drive labels the Track Log with a time
stamp.
soft Key in the Quick menu
(As an alternative, you can tap the
to start, and later to stop the Track Log recording.)
Simulating a Track Log on the map
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1. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
,
2. Locate the desired Track Log, and then tap the
next to it.
soft Key
3. The map returns, and the Track Log simulation (a life-like replay)
begins.
4. You can stop the replay any time by tapping the
soft Key.
Changing the color of a Track Log
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
2. Tap the desired Track Log and then tap one of the color soft
Keys.
Saving a Route
This feature is available in Advanced mode only.
The procedure is explained starting from the Map screen.
Tap the following soft Keys:
,
,
Enter a name for the saved route, and then tap
When you save a route, Go Drive not only saves the route points but
the whole itinerary:
•
The saved route might have been influenced by TMC
information. When you later use the route, it appears as it was
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saved, but if it needs to be recalculated, the current TMC
information will be used in the new route.
If you updated your map since you first saved the route, Go
Drive recognizes the change, and recalculates the driving
instructions according to the latest available map information.
Go Drive deletes from the route the via points that you already
left behind during navigation together with the road segments
used to reach it. To avoid this, if you want to save the route, you
need to save it before you start navigating.
Loading a Saved Route
This feature is available in Advanced mode only.
The procedure is explained starting from the Map screen.
1. Tap the following soft Keys:
2. Tap the route you wish to navigate.
3. In the very likely case when the start position of the saved route
is different from the current GPS position, you need to confirm
whether you want to stop navigating from the current GPS position to
use the start point of the loaded route.
•
•
If you choose this option, the automatic off-route
recalculation will be disabled.
If you choose to keep the current GPS position as the start
point, the route will be recalculated starting from your current
position.
4. The map appears, and you can start navigating.
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REFERENCE BOOK (ADVANCED MODE)
On the following pages you will find the description of the different
menu screens of Go Drive in Advanced mode. In Simple mode,
these functions work the same way, but only a few of them are
available.
The Navigation menu:
Go Drive starts with the Navigation menu. From there you can
access the following screens:
Screen
Soft Key
Description
Map
The Map screen.
Find
Selecting the destination (for
example an address or a POI)
or using the search engine of
Go Drive for any other reason
(for example to look for the
phone number of a POI).
Managing the active route
(obtaining information about it,
changing or deleting it or parts
of it) or planning a route
without GPS reception.
Managing user data, such as
saved locations (POIs,
Favorites, Pins, and History
items), Saved Routes, and
Track Logs.
Managing the behavior of Go
Drive, for example the map
layout during navigation, the
used languages or the
warnings.
Route
Manage
Settings
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Map Screen
The most important and most often used screen of Go Drive is the
Map screen.
Figure 4-8: Map Screen Advanced Mode
During navigation, the screen shows route information and trip data
(left screenshot), but when you tap the map, additional soft Keys and
controls appear for a few seconds (right screenshot). Most parts of
the screen behave as soft Keys.
Symbol
Name
Action
Turn Preview, that
is, the next route
event
Second upcoming
route event
Opens the Route
Information screen
Opens the Itinerary
Trip data
Opens the Trip
Information screen
Battery status
Opens the Quick
menu
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Symbol
Name
Action
GPS position quality
Vehicle used in
route calculation
Opens the Quick
menu
Opens the Quick
menu
Top row
Next street
n/a
Bottom row
Current street and
house numbers on
left and right
Map view modes
n/a
,
Switches between
2D and 3D map
modes
Menu
Opens the
Navigation menu
Detour
Opens the Detour
screen, two ways of
modifying the route:
• the list of Saved
Search Criteria • a
soft Key to avoid
parts of the route
Position menu
(appears when
navigating a route)
Opens the Position
menu
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Symbol
,
Name
Action
Cursor menu
(appears when there
is no GPS position
or the Cursor is not
at the current GPS
position)
Opens the Cursor
menu
Open/Close Map
control soft Keys
Tap this soft Key to
show or hide the
following map
control soft Keys: •
Zoom in/out • Rotate
left/right (3D map
only) • Tilt up/down
(3D map only) •
Zoom preset soft
Keys (2D map only)
• Tilt and zoom
preset soft Keys (3D
map only) • Return
to GPS position soft
Key • Smart Zoom
soft Key
Rotate left, rotate
right
Rotates the 3D map
left or right
Tilt up, tilt down
Tilts the 3D map
Zoom in, zoom out
Scales the map
,
,
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Symbol
Name
Action
Return to GPS
position (appears
when GPS position
is available and you
have moved the
map)
Tap this soft Key to
move the map back
to the current GPS
position. If the map
has been rotated in
3D mode, automatic
map rotation is also
re-enabled.
Tap this soft Key
once to enable
Smart Zoom.
Tap&hold the soft
Key to set the zoom
limits of Smart
Zoom.
Tap one of the
preset soft Keys to
set the zoom level to
a fix,
Tap one of the
preset soft Keys to
set the zoom level to
a fix, predefined
value. Smart Zoom
is disabled. These
soft Keys are
available in 2D
mode Tap&hold any
of the soft Keys to
set its value to the
current zoom level
or to reset it to its
original value.,
Enable Smart Zoom
(replaces the
previous soft Key if
there is no GPS
position or the map
has not been
moved)
Zoom preset soft
Keys (available in
Advanced mode
only)
Zoom preset soft
Keys (available in
Advanced mode
only)
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Symbol
Name
Action
Tilt preset soft Keys
(available in
Advanced mode
only)
Tap one of the
preset soft Keys to
set the tilt and zoom
levels to fix,
predefined values.
Smart Zoom is
disabled. These soft
Keys are available
in 3D mode.
Tap&hold any of the
soft Keys to set its
value to the current
tilt and zoom levels,
or to reset it to its
original value.
n/a
Current GPS
position (on nearest
road)
Orange line
Cursor (selected
map location)
n/a
Lane information
n/a
Active route
n/a
Map scale (2D map
only)
n/a
Icons on the map
There are several status icons on the map. Most of them also
function as a soft Key. The information they provide is as follows:
• GPS position quality
• Battery status
• Vehicle type used for route calculation
• Sound status (muted or enabled)
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Track log recording status
TMC reception and processing status
Bluetooth connection and communication status
Battery, GPS Position Quality, Vehicle Type Indicator
This is a complex indicator, and a soft Key that opens the Quick
menu. The battery part shows information about the rechargeable
battery of the device.
Icon
Description
The battery is charging. The device runs on
external power.
The battery is not charging but it is full.
Icon
Description
The battery is not full but it still has enough
capacity.
You need to recharge the battery.
The GPS reception quality shows the current accuracy of the
position information.
Icon
Description
There is no connection to the GPS receiver: GPS
navigation is not possible. Devices with a built-in
GPS receiver are permanently connected. On
such devices, the icon does not appear in normal
circumstances.
Go Drive is connected to the GPS receiver, but
the signal is too weak and the receiver cannot
determine the GPS position. GPS navigation is not
possible.
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Description
Only a few satellites are received. Position
information is available, but elevation (altitude)
cannot be calculated. GPS navigation is possible,
but the position error may be significant.
Altitude information is available, the position is a
3D position. GPS navigation is possible.
The remaining part of the field shows the vehicle type used for route
calculation.
Icon
Vehicle type
Car
Taxi
Bus
Emergency vehicles
Bicycle
Pedestrian
Status Indicator Strip
This is a complex indicator. In one strip it indicates the following
status information:
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Description
The sound output of Go Drive is muted.
Icon
Description
The sound output of Go Drive is enabled.
Go Drive records a Track log when GPS position is
available.
Track log recording is disabled.
No TMC receiver is connected or TMC is turned off.
TMC receiver is connected and a radio station with TMC
broadcast is received.
There are new, unread TMC events.
A part of the route is bypassed based on TMC events.
A part of the route is mentioned in TMC events but could not
be bypassed (for example, the destination is on a congested
street).
The Bluetooth radio is switched off.
The Bluetooth radio is turned on, but no telephone is
connected.
There is an error in the Bluetooth connection.
Go Drive is connected to a telephone as a handsfree set via
Bluetooth.
A phone call is in progress over the Bluetooth connection.
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Next two Route Events (Turn Preview fields)
There are two fields reserved on the Map screen to display the next
two maneuvers (route events that are listed in the Itinerary). Both the
type of the event (turn, roundabout, exiting motorway, etc.) and its
distance from the current GPS position is displayed.
Most of these icons are very intuitive and you also know them as
road signs. The following table lists some of the frequently shown
route events. The same symbols are used in both fields:
Icon
Description
Turn left.
,
Turn right.
,
Turn back.
,
Bear right.
,
Turn sharp left.
,
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Continue straight in the intersection.
,
,
Enter roundabout. The number of the exit is
shown in the circle, but only for the next turn.
Enter motorway.
,
Exit motorway.
,
Board ferry.
,
Leave ferry.
,
Approaching the next via point.
,
Approaching the destination.
,
In certain situations when route events are not important, these fields
show other useful pieces of information.
Objects on the map
Streets and Roads
Go Drive shows the streets in a way that is similar to how the paper
road maps show them. Their width and colors correspond to their
importance: you can easily tell a motorway from a small street.
Tip!
If you prefer not to see street names during navigation, turn them
off.
Elements of the Active Route
Go Drive shows the route in the following way:
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Name
Description
Current
GPS
position
Cursor
(selected
location)
Start point
Via point
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Your current position displayed on
the map.
• In pedestrian mode it is the exact
GPS position.
• If a vehicle is selected for route
calculation, the arrow is put on the
nearest road.
map
The location selected in the Find
menu, or a map point selected by
tapping the map.
The first point of the route.
Normally, if GPS position is
available, it is the start point of the
route.
If there is no valid GPS position, Go
Drive uses the last known GPS
position as the start point.
When you are using a saved route,
Go Drive asks you if you want to
use your GPS position or the first
point in the saved route as the start
point.
You can also modify the start point
in the Cursor menu. If you do so,
the automatic off-route recalculation
needs to be turned off to keep the
selected point as the start point.
If the automatic off-route
recalculation is disabled for any of
the above, tapping the
icon in the Turn Preview field not
only initiates a route recalculation
from the current GPS position, but it
will re-enable the automatic offroute recalculation as well.
A via point is an intermediate
destination. You can place as many
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Name
Description
via points as you want.
Destination
(end point)
Symbol
The last point of the route, the final
destination.
Name
Description
Route color
The route always stands out with its color
on the map, both in daytime and in night
color mode. The active leg of the route is
always displayed in a brighter shade than
the inactive (upcoming) legs.
The section of the route on which you are
driving. If you have not added any via
points (only a destination), the entire
route is the active leg. If you have added
via points, the active leg is the part of the
route from your current location to the
next route point (the next via point, or the
destination if there are no more via points
to reach).
Active leg of
the route
Inactive legs
of the route
Streets and
roads that are
excluded from
the navigation
The future sections of the route; each of
them becomes active when you reach
the via point at its beginning.
You can choose whether you want to use
or avoid certain road types. However,
when Go Drive cannot avoid such roads,
the route will include them and it will
show them in a color that is different from
the route color.
Detour menu
This screen contains quick detour possibilities during navigation. It
can be opened directly from the Map screen by tapping
You have the following options:
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On the main part of the screen you can see the first page of
Saved Search Criteria. Select any of the criteria to quickly
receive the list of nearest matching POIs, and instantly plan a
new route to the desired one, or insert it as a via point in your
active route.
In Advanced mode more soft Keys appear at the bottom:
•
o
: If you want to bypass a part of the
route starting from the next intersection, tap this soft Key,
and select a distance to bypass.
o
: If you have used the above
function before, tap this soft Key to clear the restrictions from
the map.
Cursor menu
As soon as you select one point in the Find menu, the map appears
with the Cursor menu, a menu with possible actions for the selected
point.
Alternatively, when you tap the map, control soft Keys appear. Tap
and the
again to place the Cursor, a radiating red dot. Now tap
Cursor menu opens with a list of options. In order to show a part of
the map with the Cursor menu, it contains only a few soft Keys first.
to get all the options.
Tap
Soft Key
Description
Closes the Cursor menu, and returns to
the previous screen.
Zooms out the map.
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Description
Zooms in the map.
With the Cursor menu open, you can still
move or scale the map, and tap the map
anywhere to place the Cursor to a new
location, but when you use this soft Key,
the Cursor jumps back to the place where
it was at the time when you opened the
Cursor menu.
Displayed at the Cursor if it is at the same
location with which the Cursor menu was
opened.
Displayed at the Cursor if it has been
relocated since the Cursor menu was
opened.
Opens a new screen with the address and
coordinate of the Cursor, and the list of
nearby POIs.
Opens the full-screen Cursor menu with
all the possible options.
A new route is calculated with the Cursor
as the destination. The previous route is
deleted.
If the Cursor is at or near the destination,
this soft Key replaces the previous one,
and deletes the current destination from
the route. The last via point is promoted
as destination, or if there are no via
points, the route is deleted.
The Cursor is added to the active route as
an intermediate route point, a point to be
reached before the destination. If there is
already a via point in the route, the Edit
Route screen opens to let you decide
where the new via point is to appear in
the route.
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Soft Key
Description
If the Cursor is at or near one of the via
points, this soft Key replaces the previous
one, and deletes the selected via point
from the route. The route is recalculated
without the deleted point.
The Cursor is appended at the end of the
route as the new destination. The
previous destination is demoted, and
becomes the last via point.
This soft Key is similar to the soft Key, but
a new screen opens, and the route is
calculated with all the possible route
calculation methods (Fast, Short,
Economical and Easy). Observe the
results, and choose one of the routes to
navigate.
The Cursor becomes the start point of the
route. This means that the route will not
be started from the current GPS position,
and Automatic Off-route Recalculation
needs to be turned off to keep the start
point the selected one.
Soft Key
Description
If the Cursor is at or near the selected start
point, this soft Key replaces the previous one,
and deletes the start point from the route. The
current GPS position is used again as the
start point, and Automatic Off-route
Recalculation is re-enabled.
The Cursor is saved as a user POI. Select the
POI group and give a name for the POI, then
select a suitable icon, enter a phone number,
and additional information if you like.
Map locations can be marked with Pins.
Unlike POIs, a Pin has no name and other
details, only a color to let you tell one from
another on the map.
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Description
If the Cursor is at or near a Pin, this soft Key
replaces the previous one, and deletes the
Pin the Cursor is near to.
The Cursor is saved as the location of a Road
Safety Camera (speed camera or red light
camera). A new screen appears where you
can set the type of the camera, the direction
of the measured traffic, and the speed limit
checked (if applicable).
If the Cursor is at or near a Road Safety
Camera, this soft Key replaces the previous
one, and opens a new screen where you can
edit the details of the camera.
The location of the Cursor is added to the list
of frequently visited destinations, the so
called Favorites. You can give a name for the
Favorite.
Position menu
When you follow the recommended route on the map (the Cursor is
the current GPS position), the Position menu replaces the Cursor
menu. It does not contain soft Keys that modify the current route, as
the GPS position is not useful as a route point.
To open the Position menu, tap
Route Information screen
The Route Information screen has all the data and some of the
functions you need while you navigate. There are two ways to open
this screen:
•
It can be opened directly from the Map screen by tapping the
Turn Preview field (
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In Advanced mode, from the Navigation menu tap the following
soft Keys:
,
.
Figure 4-9: Route Information Screen
In the top section of the screen you see information about the current
route. The fields on this screen are continuously updated while you
keep the screen open.
When you open the screen, all fields contain information about
reaching your final destination. Tap any of the fields to see data on
the via points starting from the first one through the final destination
again.
You have the following data and functions on this screen:
Name
Description
Function
Route line
The upper part of this screen shows
your planned route as a horizontal
line. Its leftmost point is the start of
the route, the rightmost one is the
final destination, and you can see
your via point flags along the line,
spaced in proportion to their
distance.
Tap this field to
change the
content of all
data fields to via
point
information.
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Name
Description
Function
Estimated
Arrival
Shows the estimated arrival time at
the final destination of the route
based on information available for
the remaining segments of the route.
The calculation cannot take into
account traffic jams and other
possible delays.
Shows the distance you need to
travel on the route before reaching
your final destination.
Tap this field to
change the
content of all
data fields to via
point
information.
Distance
Left
Time Left
Method
Warning
icons
Shows the time needed to reach the
final destination of the route based
on information available for the
remaining segments of the route.
The calculation cannot take into
account traffic jams and other
possible delays.
This field shows how the route was
calculated. It either displays the
Route Calculation Method or the
Vehicle field from the Route
Planning options. If you have
chosen Car, Taxi or Bus, the type of
the route (Fast, Short, Easy or
Economical) will be displayed here;
if you have selected Emergency,
Bicycle or Pedestrian, this
information will be displayed here.
In these square fields graphical
symbol are displayed in case
warnings are attached to the
planned
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Tap this field to
change the
content of all
data fields to via
point
information.
Tap this field to
change the
content of all
data fields to via
point
information.
Tap this field to
change the
content of all
data fields to via
point
information.
Tap any of the
icons for an
explanation.
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Description
Function
route. These are
warnings, so icons
always show
information for the
whole route, even if the
data fields display
values from your
current position to a via
point only.
Appears only if at least
one via point exists.
Appears only if there
are no via points in the
route.
Opens the
Route Planning
options screen
from
theSettings
menu.
Opens the map
screen
designed for
route planning.
Deletes the
next via point
from the route.
Deletes the
active route.
Trip Information screen
The Trip Information screen has both route and travel data you might
need during your journey. It can be opened directly from the Map
screen by tapping the Trip Data field (
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Figure 4-10: Trip Information Screen
The fields on this screen are continuously updated while you keep
the screen open. When you open the screen, all route data fields
contain information about reaching your final destination. Tap
and the fields concerning your route
display data for the next via point. Tap the soft Key repeatedly to
toggle between the two possibilities.
You have the following data and functions on this screen:
Name
or
Field next to the flag
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Function
Shows whether
the route data
fields show
information about
the final
destination
(checkered flag) or
about the next via
point (yellow flag).
Shows the name
or number of the
current street or
road.
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Turn Preview
Compass
Speedometer
Distance Remaining
Time Remaining
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Description
Function
Shows the type
and distance of
the next route
event.
Shows the current
heading.
Shows the current
speed both
graphically and as
a number.
Shows the
distance you need
to travel on the
route before
reaching your final
destination.
Shows the time
needed to reach
the final
destination of the
route based on
information
available for the
remaining
segments of the
route. The
calculation cannot
take into account
traffic jams and
other possible
delays.
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Tap this field to
show it on the map
screen in one of the
Trip Data fields.
Tap this field to
show it on the map
screen in one of the
Trip Data fields.
Tap this field to
show it on the map
screen in one of the
Trip Data fields.
Tap this field to
show it on the map
screen in one of the
Trip Data fields.
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Name
Arrival Time
GPS Time
Altitude
Speed Limit
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Description
Function
Shows the
estimated arrival
time at the final
destination of the
route based on
information
available for the
remaining
segments of the
route. The
calculation cannot
take into account
traffic jams and
other possible
delays.
Shows the current
time corrected
with time zone
offset. The
accurate time
comes from the
GPS satellites,
and the time zone
information comes
from the map or it
can be set
manually in
Regional settings.
Shows the
elevation if it is
provided by the
GPS receiver.
Shows the speed
limit of the current
street if the map
contains it.
Tap this field to
show it on the map
screen in one of the
Trip Data fields.
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Tap this field to
show it on the map
screen in one of the
Trip Data fields.
Tap this field to
show it on the map
screen in one of the
Trip Data fields.
Tap this field to
show it on the map
screen in one of the
Trip Data fields.
Opens a new
screen with three
resettable Trip
Computers.
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Description
Function
Tap this soft Key to
change the content
of the Route Data
fields to show
information about
the next via point.
If you tap the
previous soft Key,
this
one replaces it.
Tap this soft Key
and the
Route Data fields
show information
about the final
destination again.
Most of the fields on this screen have a
symbol next to them.
This symbol shows whether the field it is attached to is shown on the
map as a Trip Data. It also shows the position of the data as follows:
Symbol
Description
This value is not shown on the map screen.
This value appears on the map screen in the Trip
Data area. This is the value at the top.
This value appears on the map screen in the Trip
Data area. This is the value in the middle.
This value appears on the map screen in the Trip
Data area. This is the value at the bottom.
Trip Computer screen
The Trip Computer screen provides collected trip data. It can be
opened from the Trip Information screen by tapping
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The fields on this screen are continuously updated while you keep
the screen open. You can switch between the trips, pause then
resume them, or reset their data. You have the following functions on
this screen:
Name
Description
Pauses the trip currently shown on the
screen. Values on the screen stop changing.
This soft Key replaces the previous one if it
has been activated. Tap it to resume
collecting trip data.
Resets all counters of the currently shown
trip. Collecting trip data is restarted only
when Go Drive receives a position from the
GPS.
Cycles through all trips.
,
QUICK MENU
The Quick menu is a selection of controls that are frequently needed
during navigation. It can be opened directly from the Map screen by
tapping
.
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Figure 4-11: Quick Menu
If you tap any of the switches in the Quick menu except for the
Vehicle type, the Map screen immediately returns. A switch is on if
its lamp is lit. The Vehicle type soft Key is different. It is a
multi-value soft Key. It opens a list of available choices, and the
symbol of the selected vehicle is shown on the soft Key.
Name
Main function
Function (tap
(single tap)
and hold)
Master Volume slider
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Adjusts the sound
volume of the device.
All sounds of the
application are
involved.
If you only adjust the
volume, you need to
use this soft Key to
return to the Map
screen.
Mutes all sounds of
Go Drive.
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No action.
Opens the
Navigation
menu.
Opens Sound
settings.
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Main function
(single tap)
Function (tap
and hold)
Switches between the
daytime and night
color schemes
manually. This will not
disable the automatic
switching between the
two schemes: the
other color scheme
returns at the next
scheduled time.
3D buildings can be
displayed on the map.
Use this switch to
suppress them
temporarily.
Tap this soft Key and
select the Vehicle
type to be used for
route calculation.
Otherwise it is
selected in Route
Planning options in
Settings. Changing
the Vehicle type
triggers an automatic
route recalculation.
Turns track log
recording on or off
otherwise controlled
on the Manage Track
Logs screen.
Opens the GPS Data
screen with satellite
information, data
coming from the GPS
receiver, and a
shortcut to the GPS
Settings screen if
needed (GPS
Opens Color
Profiles settings.
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Opens 3D
Settings.
Opens Route
Planning
options.
Opens Manage
Track Logs.
No action.
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Main function
(single tap)
Function (tap
and hold)
receiver detection is
automatic).
When a TMC receiver
is connected to Go
Drive, this soft Key
opens the list of TMC
messages, and
provides access to
the TMC Settings and
the radio station
settings screens.
Opens the Bluetooth
settings screen.
No action.
No action.
GPS DATA SCREEN
Tap the following soft Keys:
to open the GPS Data screen and to see the status of the GPS
reception.
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Figure 4-12: GPS Status
Icon
Color
Green
Name
GPS
position
quality
indicator
Yellow
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Description
Go Drive has a
connection to the
GPS receiver and
GPS position
information is
available in 3D: Go
Drive can calculate
both your
horizontal and
vertical GPS
position.
Go Drive has a
connection to the
GPS receiver and
GPS position
information is
available in 2D:
only the horizontal
position is
calculated, Go
Drive cannot
calculate your
vertical GPS
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Color
Name
Description
position.
Grey
Go Drive has a
connection to the
GPS receiver but
GPS position
information is not
available.
Red
Go Drive has no
connection to the
GPS receiver.
Green, blinking
GPS
connection
quality
Yellow, blinking
indicator
Red, blinking
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Go Drive is
connected to the
GPS receiver.
Go Drive has no
connection to the
GPS receiver but it
is still trying to
establish a
connection.
Go Drive has no
connection to the
GPS receiver and
does not try to
establish a
connection.
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Color
Name
Sky view
circle
The virtual sky
shows the visible
part of the sky
above you, with
your position as the
center. The
satellites are
shown at their
current positions.
The GPS receives
data from both the
green and yellow
satellites. Signals
from the yellow
satellites are only
received, while
green ones are
used by the GPS to
calculate your
current location.
Your current GPS
position in WGS84
format.
Dark bars are for the
yellow and lit bars
are for the green
satellites. The more
satellites your GPS
tracks (the green
ones), the better is
your calculated
position.
Coordinates
n/a
n/a
Description
Status bar for the
satellites
Find menu
Select the destination of your route. Tap the following soft Keys:
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Soft Key
Description
If you know at least a part
of the address, this is the
quickest way to find the
location.
You can select your
destination from the
thousands of POIs included
with Go Drive or from the
ones you have previously
created.
The destinations that you
have already entered in Go
Drive are available in the
History list.
You can select your
destination by entering its
coordinates.
You can select as your
destination a location that
you have already saved as
a Favorite.
Opens a special 2D map
screen optimized for route
planning. Only the Zoom in
and Zoom out soft Keys
and the route modification
soft Keys of the Cursor
menu appear.
Route menu
Save, load and edit your routes. Tap the following soft Keys:
Soft Key
Description
Opens a screen with useful
route data.
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Soft Key
Description
You can browse the driving
instructions that Go Drive
follows during navigation. You
can exclude maneuvers or
streets to adjust the route to
your preferences.
You can modify the route:
remove route points or
change their order.
Erase the active route with
all its route points (start
point, via points and
destination). If you later
decide that you need the
same route, you will have
to rebuild it from scratch.
You can save the active
route for later use.
You can load a previously
saved route for navigation.
Opens the Route settings
screen with controls to
modify the vehicle, the road
types used for route
calculation, or the route
calculation method.
You can run a
demonstration of the route
at high speed.
You can run a
demonstration of the route
at normal speed.
Manage Menu
You can manage the content that Go Drive stores. Tap the following
soft Keys:
,
.
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Description
Renaming or deleting saved routes
Deleting History items
Recording, simulating, renaming or
deleting track logs, assigning color
to them to be shown on the map
Renaming or deleting Favorites
Creating, updating or deleting POIs
Creating, updating or deleting POI
groups Modifying POI visibility
settings
Creating, renaming or deleting
Saved Search Criteria
MANAGE SAVED ROUTES
You can manage the previously saved routes. Tap the following soft
Keys:
,
,
.
Soft Key
Soft Key with the name of the
saved route
Description
Opens the selected route for
editing.
Deletes the selected route.
Clears the list of saved routes.
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items.
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MANAGE HISTORY
You can manage the list of locations you used lately. Tap the
following soft Keys:
,
,
Soft Key
.
Description
Deletes the selected item in the History.
Deletes the entire History.
Turns the page for additional list items.
,
MANAGE TRACK LOGS
You can record Track Logs, then play them back, display them on
the map, and see their details. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
,
.
Soft Key
Soft Key with the name
of the track log
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Description
Starts recording the track that you drive.
(You can also start recording a track log
in the Quick menu.)
Stops the ongoing Track Log recording.
(You can also stop the track log
recording in the Quick menu.)
Shows the details of the selected Track
Log.
Starts a simulated playback of the
selected Track Log on the map.
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Turns the page for additional list items.
,
When track log details are shown:
Soft Key
Soft Key with the name
of the Track Log
Description
Opens a keyboard screen to let you
rename the Track Log.
Tap this soft Key to hide the Track Log
on the map. No color will be assigned to
the Track Log.
Tap one of the colored soft Keys to
assign a color to the Track Log. The
Track Log will be shown on the map with
this color.
The map returns with the Track Log. The
map is scaled to show the whole Track
Log.
Deletes the selected Track Log.
Saves the Track Log on the inserted
memory card in GPX format.
Manage Favorites
You can manage the list of your Favorites. Tap the following soft
Keys:
,
,
.
Soft Key
Soft Key with the
name of the favorite
Description
Opens the selected Favorite for editing.
Deletes the selected item in the list of
Favorites’.
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Clears the list of Favorites'.
Turns the page for additional list items.
,
MANAGE POIS
You can manage your POIs, and set the POI visibility for both your
POIs and the ones that came with the product. Tap the following soft
,
Keys:
,
.
Soft Key / Icon
Description
Soft Key with the
name of the POI
group
Soft Key with the
name and address of
a POI item
Opens the list of the subgroups of this POI
group. The new list behaves the same as
this one.
Opens the selected POI for editing. Only the
POIs you have created appear in this list.
Opens the selected POI group for editing.
Tap to filter the list to contain only the POIs
that you saved.
Tap to see all POIs in the list.
Creates a new POI group at the given
group level.
Turns the page for additional list items.
,
This POI group is not shown on the map.
This POI group and all its subgroups are
shown on the map.
This POI group and some of its subgroups
are shown on the map.
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Soft Key / Icon
Description
This POI group contains POIs that you
saved.
When a POI group is open for editing:
Soft Key
,
Description
Items in the POI group will not be
shown on the map.
The distance soft Keys set the zoom
level from which the items in the POI
group will be shown on the map.
Subgroups under the edited POI
group will inherit its visibility settings.
Soft Key with the icon of
the POI group
Tap this soft Key to select a new icon
for the POI group.
Deletes the edited POI group. You are
only allowed to remove POI groups
that you have created.
When a POI item is open for editing:
Soft Key
Soft Key with the name
of the POI
Soft Key with the icon
of the POI
Description
Tap this soft Key to rename the POI.
Tap this soft Key to select a new icon for
the POI.
Tap this soft Key to enter a telephone
number for the POI.
Tap this soft Key to enter additional
information for the POI.
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Description
Tap this soft Key to delete the selected
POI.
Tap this soft Key to move the POI to
another POI group or subgroup.
MANAGE SAVED SEARCH CRITERIA
You can manage the list of search criteria previously saved to easily
find frequently searched POI types. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
,
.
Soft Key
Description
Soft Key with the name of the
Saved Search Criteria
Tap to rename the saved query.
Deletes the selected item in the
list.
Deletes the entire list.
,
Turns the page for additional list
items.
Tap to save a new search
criteria. Similar to how you
search for a POI, select the
search reference first, then select
the POI group or subgroup to
search in.
USER DATA MANAGEMENT
You can manage the data you have saved (Pins, POIs, Favorites’,
History, and Track logs) , and the settings you have made in the
program. Tap the following soft Keys:
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,
.
Soft Key
Description
Remove Pins
Map locations can be marked with Pins using
Backup User Data
Restore User Data
Delete User Data
Reset Factory
Settings
the
soft Key in the
Cursor menu. Tap this soft Key to remove all
your Pins from the map.
All user data and the current settings will be
saved on the inserted memory card. There is
always one backup file. If you perform a
backup later, the previous backup will be
overwritten with the new information.
All user data and settings will be overwritten
with the information stored in the backup file.
Data and settings created after the latest
backup will be lost.
All user data will be deleted, and settings will
return to their factory defaults.
All settings will return to their factory defaults,
but no user data will be deleted.
Settings Menu
You can configure the program settings, and modify the behavior of
Go Drive. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
.
The Settings menu has two pages of submenus. Tap
access the other options.
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Figure 4-13 Settings Menu
Soft Key
Description
You can fine-tune the
appearance and content of
the Map screen.
You can adjust the sounds of
Go Drive.
These settings determine
how routes will be calculated.
These settings allow you to
adjust the application to your
local language, measurement
units, time and date and their
formats, as well as choose
the voice guidance profile you
prefer.
You can control how Go
Drive behaves during
navigation.
You can enable some handy
warnings, and disable the
touch screen in a moving
vehicle with Safety Mode.
You can set up the
connection to the GPS
receiver.
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Description
You can set up the
connection to the TMC
receiver. If the TMC receiver
is working, you can select the
radio station to be received.
You can modify the look and
behavior of the Menu
screens.
Soft Key
Description
You can change some
device settings to control
the screen backlight
when Go Drive is
running.
You can set up an
automatic Track Log
saving, and fine-tune its
settings.
This screen has no
navigation feature. It
merely provides
information about the
maps and licenses
included with your
navigation system.
You can switch to Simple
mode. In Simple mode
only a few of the above
settings are available.
The rest of the settings
are set to values that are
optimal for typical use.
MAP SCREEN SETTINGS
You can fine-tune the appearance and content of the Map screen.
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Tap the following soft Keys:
Soft Key
Color Profiles
Elevation on 2D
Map
,
,
.
Description
Go Drive is able to show the map and the
menus in different colors during the day and
during the night. Select the color profiles to be
used in each mode, and select the automatic
or manual switching between the daytime and
night color profiles.
2D maps can also display 3D information.
These top-down maps can display elevation
by colors and shading.
Soft Key
Description
Show Street Names
Street names and POI icons can be
disturbing on the map during navigation.
With this switch you can suppress these map
elements when Go Drive is following your
position on the map. If you move the map,
both the street names and POI icons
reappear immediately.
Some maps contain lane information to help
you position your car in the upcoming
intersection. This setting tells Go Drive
whether to display this information at the top
or at the bottom of the map.
Lane Information
SOUND SETTINGS
You can adjust the sounds of Go Drive. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
.
Soft Key
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Description
Master Volume
Use the switch to mute all sounds of the
device and then to re-enable them again. The
position of the fader determines the volume
level. The loudness of Go Drive is
independent of your device settings. When
you exit the program, the device default
settings return.
Voice Guidance
Volume
The slider adjusts the loudness of voice
prompts. In its leftmost position, the voice
guidance is suppressed; in its rightmost
position, the master volume applies.
Key sounds are audible confirmation of either
pressing hardware soft Keys or tapping the
touch screen. The switch turns the key
sounds on or off. Key sounds are played at
the master volume level.
Key Sounds
Dynamic Volume
When driving at high speed, the noise in the
car may be too loud to clearly hear the voice
guidance and other sounds. Using Dynamic
Volume you can instruct Go Drive to
increase the volume when your speed
exceeds a certain minimum, and reach its
highest volume at the given maximum speed.
ROUTE PLANNING OPTIONS
These settings determine how routes will be calculated. Tap the
following soft Keys:
,
,
Soft Key
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Soft Key
Vehicle
Road Types Used
for Route Planning
Route Calculation
Method
Use Traffic
Information
Description
You can set the type of vehicle you will use to
navigate the route. Based upon this setting,
some of the road types will be excluded from
the route (e.g. motorways for pedestrians), or
some of the restrictions may not be taken into
account (e.g. emergency vehicles have only a
few restrictions).
To let the route fit your needs, you can also
set which road types are to be considered for
or to be excluded from the route, if possible.
Excluding a route is a preference. It does not
necessarily mean total prohibition. If your
destination can only be accessed using some
of the excluded road types, they will be used,
but only as much as necessary. In this case a
warning icon will be shown on the Route
Information screen, and the part of the route
not matching your preference will be
displayed in a different color on the map.
You can choose from different route types.
The routing method can also be chosen while
creating the route: when the destination is
selected, tap
in the
Cursor menu.
When TMC messages are received, this
setting tells Go Drive whether to use that
information in route planning.
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Soft Key
Recalculate to
Avoid Traffic
Description
This setting determines how Go Drive uses
the received TMC information in route
recalculation: • Automatic: When route
recalculation becomes necessary based on
the received TMC events, Go Drive
recalculates the route automatically. • Manual:
When route recalculation becomes necessary
based on the received TMC events, Go Drive
notifies you, but you can decide whether to
recalculate the route or not. • Disabled: TMC
events are only taken account when the route
is recalculated in an off-route situation.
Vehicle Types:
• Car
• Taxi
• Bus
• Emergency vehicles
• Bicycle
• Pedestrian
Road Types Used for Route Planning:
Type
Description
Motorways
Unpaved
roads
Toll roads
Charge
roads
You might need to avoid motorways when you are
driving a slow car or you are towing another vehicle.
Go Drive excludes unpaved roads by default:
unpaved roads can be in a bad condition and usually
you cannot reach the speed limit on them.
By default Go Drive includes toll roads (pay roads
where there is a peruse charge) in the routes. If you
disable toll roads, Go Drive plans the best toll-free
route.
Charge roads are pay roads where you can purchase
a pass or vignette to use the road for a longer period
of time. They can be enabled or disabled separately
from toll roads.
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Type
Permit
needed
Ferries
Crossborder
planning
Carpool
lanes
Description
You might need a permit or permission from the
owners to use certain roads or to enter certain areas.
Go Drive excludes these roads from the route
calculation by default.
Go Drive includes ferries in a planned route by
default. However, a map does not necessarily contain
information about the accessibility of temporary
ferries. You might also need to pay a fare on ferries.
In some cases the route calculated according to your
other navigation and route preferences would lead
through another country. If you wish to always stay
within the same country, turn this option off.
This control appears only when navigating in the USA.
You should check whether you are allowed to use
carpool lanes before enabling this road type.
Route Calculation Method types:
Option
Fast
Short
Economical
Easy
Description
Gives the quickest possible route if you can
travel at or near the speed limit on all roads.
Usually the best selection for fast and normal
cars.
Gives a route that has the smallest total distance
of all possible routes between the route points.
Usually practical for pedestrians, cyclists or slow
vehicles.
Combines the benefits of Fast and Short: Go
Drive calculates as if it were calculating the Fast
route, but it takes other roads to save petrol.
Results in a route with fewer turns. With this
option, you can make Go Drive to take, for
example, the motorway instead of series of
smaller roads or streets.
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REGIONAL SETTINGS
These settings allow you to adjust the application for your local
language, measurement units, time and date and their formats, as
well as choose the voice guidance profile you prefer. Tap the
,
following soft Keys:
,
Soft Key
Program Language
Voice Profile
Units
Set Date & Time
Format
Time and Time
Zone Settings
.
Description
This soft Key displays the current written
language of Go Drive. By tapping the soft
Key, you can select a new one from the list of
available languages. The application will
restart if you change this setting; you are
asked to confirm this.
This soft Key shows the current language of
the voice guidance. By tapping the soft Key,
you can select a new one from the list of
available languages and speakers. Tap any
of these to hear a sample voice prompt. Just
tap OK when you have selected the new
spoken language.
You can set the distance units to be used by
the program. Go Drive may not support all
the listed units in some voice guidance
languages. If you select a measurement unit
not supported by the chosen voice guidance
language, a warning message will appear.
You can set the date and time format.
Various international formats are available.
You can access time and time zone settings.
Go Drive helps you with correcting the
device time to the ever accurate GPS time.
Go Drive can also help you set the time zone
based on your current GPS position.
Time and Time Zone Settings:
Soft Key
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Auto Time
Correction to GPS
Use Auto Time Zone
Set Time Zone
Compare GPS and
device times
Automotive Mode Operation
Description
Use this feature to synchronize the clock of
your device to the very accurate time
provided by the GPS receiver.
Use this feature to synchronize the time zone
of the clock of your device to the time zone
based on your current GPS position. This is
useful if you travel abroad.
Set time zone manually if you do not want to
synchronize the time zone automatically.
This allows you to use Auto Time Correction
and apply a time zone offset to obtain the
desired time.
The current time of the GPS receiver and the
device clock are displayed. Please note that
the GPS clock is only available with GPS
reception. This allows you to check whether
any correction is needed.
NAVIGATION SETTINGS
You can control how Go Drive behaves during navigation. Tap the
following soft Keys:
,
Soft Key
Keep Position on
Road
,
.
Description
This feature allows car drivers to always
correct GPS position errors by matching the
vehicle position to the road network. For
pedestrian navigation, this feature is
automatically disabled to let the software
show your exact position. By turning off this
feature you also turn off the GPS position
error filtering. The position shown on the
map will be subject to all position errors and
position fluctuations.
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Description
Off-route
Recalculation
Restore Lock-toPosition
Automatic Overview
This switch tells Go Drive whether to
automatically recalculate the route when you
deviate from it. If this feature is turned off,
you need to initiate route recalculation
manually otherwise navigation will be
stopped until you return to the originally
recommended route. Setting another point
than the current GPS position as the start
point of the active route will automatically
disable this feature.
If you have moved or rotated the map during
navigation, this feature moves the map back
to your current GPS position and re-enables
automatic map rotation after the given
period of inactivity.
This feature switches the map view to
Overview mode when the next route event is
at a distance. Overview is a zoomed out 2D
view to let you see the surrounding area.
You have the following controls for
Automatic Overview:
• Turn Distance for Overview: The map view
will be switched to Overview mode if the
next route even is at least as far as this
value.
• Default Zoom Level: Overview mode will
appear with this zoom level. You can scale
the map in Overview mode but next time
Overview appears again, this zoom level will
be applied.
WARNING SETTINGS
You can enable some handy warnings, and disable the touch screen
in a moving vehicle with Safety Mode. Tap the following soft
Keys:
,
,
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Warn When
Speeding
Description
Maps may contain information about the speed
limits of the road segments. Go Drive is able to
warn you if you exceed the current limit. This
information may not be available for your region
(ask your local dealer), or may not be fully
correct for all roads in the map. This setting lets
you decide whether you wish to receive the
warnings. You can set the relative speeding at
which the application
warns you (100% is the current speed limit): • In
Built-up Areas: in cities and towns • Elsewhere:
at all other locations There are two types of
warnings. You can turn them on or off
independently:
• Audible Warning: A voice message is played
using the selected voice guidance profile.
• Visible Warning: A symbol with the speed limit
appears in the corner of the map (for example:
).
Speed Camera
Warning
This feature allows you to receive a warning
when approaching a Road Safety Camera. You
must ensure on your own liability that using this
feature is legal in the country where you intend
to use it. You have the following options:
• Audible Warning: beeps can be played while
you are approaching the camera, or just alert
sounds if you exceed the speed limit while
approaching one of these cameras.
• Visible Warning: the type of the camera and
the controlled speed limit appears on the Map
screen while you are approaching one of these
cameras.
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Soft Key
Description
Warn if Too Fast
for a Pedestrian
Enable this warning to be alert if pedestrian
mode is activated and you drive fast. You are
asked if you want to change to car navigation
mode. This way you can be sure you will not be
routed via one-way roads in the wrong direction
as a pedestrian could, for example.
Safety Mode disables the touch screen above
10 km/h (6 mph) to keep your attention on the
road. While driving, you will not be able to set a
new destination or to change settings. The only
screen control that remains enabled is the
gesture that puts you back on the Map screen.
Safety Mode
GPS SETTINGS
You can set up the connection to the GPS receiver. Tap the
following soft Keys:
,
Soft Key
,
.
Description
GPS receiver ...
The first line of the screen informs you about
the connection status of the GPS receiver.
Connecting the GPS receiver is automatic, so
normally you will not need this screen of
settings at all.
GPS Enabled
Turn the connection to the GPS receiver on or
off. Turning off the GPS receiver can be
useful for indoors use or demonstration
purposes.
Port
Baud Rate
Autodetect
The communication port used between the
GPS receiver and the application.
The communication speed used between the
GPS receiver and the application.
Tap this soft Key to find and connect the
GPS receiver.
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MENU SETTINGS
You can modify the look and behavior of the Menu screens. Tap the
following soft Keys:
,
Soft Key
,
.
Description
Animation
You can activate and deactivate the Menu
animations. When animation is turned on, soft
Keys on Menu and keyboard screens appear in
an animated way.
Background
You can choose the image to be used as the
menu background image.
Skin
You can choose from a list of available skins to
change the look of Go Drive.
DEVICE SETTINGS
You can change some device settings to control the screen backlight
when Go Drive is running. Tap the following soft Keys:
,
.
Soft Key
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Power Management
Backlight Intensity at
Daytime
Backlight Intensity at
Night
Autorun Enabled
Set Screen
Orientation
Description
You can set how the backlight will behave
when the screen has not been touched for a
while. You have the following options: •
Backlight Always On: The screen is
continuously lit. • Use Device Settings: The
backlight settings of the device will be
applied in Go Drive. • Smart: When running
on battery, Smart Powersave will light up the
screen only when you press a soft Key, tap
the screen, or if there is something to show
you. After a few seconds the light level
decreases, and after another few seconds
the backlight turns off. This helps achieve a
longer battery life.
You can set the backlight level for daytime
use.
You can set the backlight level for night use.
You can instruct the PDA to automatically
run Go Drive when the memory card is
inserted.
You can change the orientation of the
screen when running. The screen
orientation can follow the current orientation
of the PDA, or you can set a fixed
orientation that is independent of the PDA
settings.
TRACK LOG SETTINGS
You can set up an automatic Track Log saving, and fine-tune its
settings. Tap the following soft Keys:
Soft Key
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Update Interval
Enable Auto-saving
Track Log Database
Size
Track Logs Max.
Size
Create NMEA/SIRF
Log
Description
This is how often track points will be saved.
Position information is normally received
once a second from the GPS. If you do not
need such a detailed log, you can increase
this number to save track log space.
When auto-saving is enabled, you do not
need to turn track log saving on and off
manually. Go Drive will automatically start
recording the track log as soon as GPS
position is available.
This figure shows how much memory is
used by the automatically saved track logs.
You can set the maximum database size for
the automatically saved track logs. When the
limit is reached, the oldest automatically
saved track logs will be deleted.
Independently of the normal track log, you
can record the native GPS data received
from the GPS device. These logs are saved
as separate text files on the memory card,
and they cannot be shown or replayed in Go
Drive.
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Multimedia
MULTIMEDIA
The all-in-one versatile AV8OR provides several multimedia
programs, such as listening to music, viewing photos, watching a
movie and reading an Ebook. Tap the
icon on the Main
Menu (Refer to Figure 2-7) to go to the Multimedia menu page.
Figure 5-1: Multimedia Menu
MUSIC PLAYER
To enter the music player service, tap the
Multimedia menu.
icon on the
The Music program opens to the default Multimedia/music folder on
the SD card as shown in Figure 5-2.
The music player supports the following audio formats:
•
MP3
•
WMA.
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Figure 5-2: Music Player - Searching for a Music File
Double tap on a music file to select and play it.
Figure 5-3: Music Player - Playing Music
Tap the
icon to return to the Multimedia menu page.
PHOTOS
To enter the photo browser service, tap the
Multimedia menu.
icon on the
The Photo program opens to the default Multimedia/photo folder on
the SD card as shown in Figure 5-4.
The photo browser supports the following image formats:
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BMP
•
JPG
•
GIF
•
PNG
Multimedia
Figure 5-4: Photo Browser – Searching for a Photo
Double tap on a picture to display it.
Figure 5-5: Photo Browser - Viewing a Photo
Tap the
icon to return to the Multimedia menu page.
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MOVIE PLAYER
To select a movie to view, tap the
menu page.
icon on the Multimedia
The Movie program opens to the default Multimedia/movies folder on
the SD card as shown in.
The movie player supports the following video formats:
•
AVI
•
WMV
•
MPG
•
ASF
Figure 5-6: Movie Player - Searching for a Movie
Double tap on a movie file to play the movie.
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Figure 5-7: Movie Player - Playing a Movie
Tap the
icon to return to the Multimedia menu page.
EBOOK READER
To read an Ebook, tap the
icon on the Multimedia menu.
The Ebook program opens to the default Multimedia/ebooks folder
on the SD card.
Figure 5-8: EBook Reader – Searching for a Book
Double tap on one of the Ebook files to open in the Ebook reader.
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Figure 5-9: Ebook Reader
Tap the
icon to return to the Multimedia menu page.
DOWNLOADING MULTIMEDIA FILES
Refer to the Downloading files from PC section in chapter 7 Appendix for instructions on how to download multimedia files to the
AV8OR.
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System Settings
SYSTEM SETTINGS
The user can customize how the AV8OR operates and adjust
system settings in the Settings page. Tap the
the Main Menu page to enter the Settings page.
soft key on
Figure 6-1: Settings Page
Tap the
soft key to return to the Main Menu.
GPS STATUS
To enter the GPS status page, tap the “GPS Status” soft key on the
Settings page. This option should only be used if the Go Fly or Go
Drive Navigation Applications are not running. Ensure Navigation
Applications are exited prior to trying to access this GPS Status
Page. More information on the GPS Status page is located on
the Getting satellite signals section in Chapter 2.
BACKLIGHT
To enter the Backlight page, tap the “Backlight” soft key on the
Settings page.
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Figure 6-2: Backlight Page
Backlight control bar
To increase volume, tap the
the
icon. To decrease volume, tap
icon. You can also drag the
tap either side of the
soft key left or right or
bar.
Backlight shutdown setting
Select the wait time to turn off the backlight from the “Shut down the
backlight” list.
Tap the
icon to return to the Settings page.
VOLUME
Tap the “Volume” soft key on the Settings page to enter the Volume
page.
The settings on the Volume page control the volume of the touchscreen operation and the Menu soft key tapping
This page allows the user to set the maximum volume for the unit.
The volume control knob on the left side of the unit can adjust the
volume from Zero up to the level set on the volume page. To set the
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volume on the volume page, first set the volume control to maximum
(up). Refer to Figure 6-3.
Figure 6-3: Volume Control
Enable/disable audio output
Tap the
icon to enable or disable the audio output.
Volume control bar
To increase volume, tap the
the
icon. To decrease volume, tap
icon. You can also drag the
tap either side of the
Tap the
soft key left or right or
bar.
icon to return to the Settings page.
SYSTEM INFO
To enter the System Info page, tap the “System Info” soft key on
the Settings page.
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Figure 6-4: System Info Screen
BLUETOOTH
To enter the Bluetooth page, tap the “Bluetooth” soft key on the
Settings page.
Figure 6-5: Bluetooth Main Page
To pair to a device with Bluetooth, do the following steps:
•
Prepare your Bluetooth device to be discovered.
•
Tap on the
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Figure 6-6: BlueTooth Manager
• Double tap on “Explore a Bluetooth Device”.
This will initiate a search for other Bluetooth devices. While the
search is in progress, the following page is displayed.
Figure 6-7: BlueTooth - Search in Process
•
Double tap on the device to pair.
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Figure 6-8: Bluetooth Device Explorer
•
Click on the service to use (i.e. SPP Slave) and then click on
the link icon
.
Figure 6-9: Bluetooth Service Browser
•
The page will look like Figure 6-10: Bluetooth Devices
Paired when connection is established.
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Figure 6-10: Bluetooth Devices Paired
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Appendix
APPENDIX
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
Acronyms and abbreviations used in this guide are defined as
follows:
TERMS DEFINITION
A
ALT altitude
ATC air traffic control
AUTO automatic
B
BRG bearing
C
CDI course deviation indicator
COM communication
CRC Customer Response Center
CST Coast
D
DIS distance
DTK desired track
E
ELEV elevation
ESA en route safe altitude
ETA estimated time of arrival
ETE estimated time en route
ETT-WPT estimated time to WPT
EXT external
F
FPLAN flightplan
ft feet
G
GND ground
GNDSPD groundspeed
GPS global positioning system
GPS-ALT GPS determined altitude
GS ground speed
H
HSI Horizontal situation indicator
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I
ICAO International Civil Aviation Organization
ID identification
IFR instrument flight rules
INT internal
K
KMH kilometers per hour
L
LAT latitude
LCD liquid crystal display
LON longitude
LONG longitude
LTNG lightning
M
M meters
MFD multifunction display
MGRS military grid reference system
MOD modification
MPH statute miles per hour
MSA minimum safe altitude
MSL Mean sea level ???
N
NAV navigation
NAVAID Navigation/al Aid
NCD non-computed data
NDB non-directional beacon
NM nautical miles
NVG night vision goggles
NVM non-volatile memory
O
OBS omni-directional bearing selector
P
PBRG pointer bearing
PC personal computer
PDIS pointer distance
PIN personal identification number
POS position
PTR pointer
R
RMA return material authorization
RNG range
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SBY standby
SPD speed
SSM Sign status matrix
STBY standby
STRK strike
SUA special use airspace
SV# Space vehicle number (GPS satellite number)
T
TA traffic alert
TAU protective area around aircraft
TCAS Traffic alert and collision avoidance system
TIS traffic information service
TOPO topographical data (i.e. coastlines, terrain, rivers, lakes and
so on)
TRFC traffic
TRK actual track
TST test
TTS track to steer
U
USB universal serial bus
UTC universal coordinated time (same as Greenwich Mean
Time)
UTM universal transverse mercator
V
VFR visual flight rules
VOR very high frequency omni-directional radio range
VRP visual reference point
W
WPT Waypoint
X
XTK cross track error
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DOWNLOADING FILES FROM PC
Use the included PC/USB cable (part number 005-03702-0004) to
attach from the AV8OR to a USB port on a P/C.
Refer to the http://www.bendixing.com website for instructions on
how to download files from the PC to the SD card in the AV8OR.
The SD card for the AV8OR has the following directory structure:
Directory
\GoDrive
\GoFly
\GoFly\data
\GoFly\data\Vector
\GoFly\data\System
\GoFly\data\user
\GoFly\data\user\Notepads
\GoFly\data\user\Flight
Logs
\Multimedia
\Multimedia\ebooks
\Multimedia\movies
\Multimedia\music
\Multimedia\photos
Description
Root level for Car Navigation
Software
Root level for Aviation
Software
Storage location for Aviation
data
Storage location for all
databases
Storage location for NVM data
Storage location for user data
Storage location for user
notepads/checklists
Storage location for user flight
logs
Root level for all Multimedia
Storage location for E-books
Storage location for movies
Storage location for music
Storage location for photos
CAUTION
Make sure that any multimedia files that are downloaded only go into
the correct multimedia subdirectory.
WARNING
Deleting or changing files in the GoDrive or GoFly directories on the
SD card may make the aviation or automotive navigation programs
unusable.
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CONNECTION TO AN EXTERNAL GPS
SOURCE
The AV8OR will accept external GPS source data via the RS 232
interface and can be used as a non-certified display of GPS data.
Below is a list of a few RS 232 GPS units that have been evaluated
Reminder: The AV8OR only provides for one RS 232 interface.
Bendix/King KLN-94
Garmin© GNS 430/430W/530/530W
To configure the AV8OR to receive external position and flight plan
data, perform the following steps:
soft key to open the
From the Aviation Main Menu, tap the
System Setup Menu.
Highlight the Device Setup option and tap the SELECT soft key to
show the Device and Port Setup page.
The AV8OR must be set up so that the Position Port is configured as
“Serial” and the Flight Plan Port is configured as “External”. The type
must be set as AR-NAV.
On the Device and Port Setup page, the configuration steps are:
• If the Weather Source is set to Serial, it must be changed to
either BlueTooth or None.
• Set the Position Port to “Serial”.
• Set the Flight Plan Port to “External”.
• Set the Position Type to “AR-NAV”. This will change the
Flight Plan Type to “ENH AR-NAV”.
When finished the Device and Port Setup page should look
like Figure 7-1.
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Figure 7-1: External GPS Setup Screen
The interconnect between the Bendix/King KLN 94 and the
AV8OR is as follows:
KLN 94
Pin Out
P941-2
P941-1
P941-14
KLN 94 Signal Name
GENERAL RS-232 OUT
GENERAL RS-232 IN
AIRCRAFT GROUND
AV8OR
Signal Name
RS 232 RX
RS 232 TX
GROUND
AV8OR Pin
Out
DB9-2
DB9-3
DB9-5
The wiring interconnect between the GNS 430/430W/530/530W and
the AV8OR is as follows:
GNS430/530 Signal
Name
GNS430/530
Pin Out
GPS RS-232 OUT 1
GPS RS-232 IN 1
AIRCRAFT GROUND
P5001-56
P5001-57
P5001-77,78
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Signal
Name
RS 232 RX
RS 232 TX
GROUND
AV8OR Pin
Out
DB9-2
DB9-3DB9-5
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CONNECTION TO AN EXTERNAL WEATHER
SOURCE
Bendix/King KDR-610 Setup
To configure the AV8OR to receive weather data from the KDR-610,
perform the following steps:
soft key to open the
From the Aviation Main Menu, tap the
System Setup Menu.
Highlight the Device Setup option and tap the SELECT soft key to
show the Device and Port Setup page.
On the Device and Port Setup page, the configuration steps are:
• If the Position Source is set to Serial, it must be changed
to Internal or Bluetooth since there is only one RS232 port
available.
• Set the Weather Port to Serial.
• Set the Weather Type to “KDR-610”. When finished the
Device and Port Setup page should look like Figure 7-2.
Figure 7-2: Weather Setup - KDR-610
The output of the KDR 610 is RS 422. You must use an RS 422
to RS 232 converter to change the KDR 610 differential outputs
to the single ended levels that the AV8OR requires. This
converter is installed between the KDR 610 and the AV8OR.
An RS 232 to RS 422 Converter can be purchased from Telebyte,
Model 253 (www.telebyteusa.com).
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The pinouts for the Bendix/King KDR 610 and the AV8OR are as
follows:
KDR 610 Signal
Name
422TXH
422TXL
GROUND
KDR 610 Pin
Out
P6101-15
P6101-33
P6101-37
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Signal Name
RS 232 RX
AV8OR Pin
Out
DB9-2
GROUND
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WxWorx XM Weather Receiver Serial Setup
To configure the AV8OR to receive weather data from the WxWorx
XM Weather Receiver, perform the following steps:
Attach the cable from the WxWorx XM Weather Receiver (supplied
with the WX XM Weather Receiver) to the USB port on the AV8OR.
soft key to open the
From the Aviation Main Menu, tap the
System Setup Menu.
Highlight the Device Setup option and tap the SELECT soft key to
show the Device and Port Setup page.
On the Device and Port Setup page, the configuration steps are:
• If the Position Source is set to Serial, it must be changed
to Internal or Bluetooth since there is only one RS232 port
available.
• Set the Weather Port to Serial.
• Set the Weather Type to “WxWorx”. When finished the
Device and Port Setup page should look like Figure 7-3.
Figure 7-3: WxWorx XM Weather Setup
Refer to the WxWorx user guide for how to activate your subscription
to XM weather.
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WxWorx XM Weather Receiver Bluetooth Setup
To configure the AV8OR to receive weather data from the Bluetooth
version of the WxWorx XM Weather Receiver, perform the following
steps:
Setup the WxWorx receiver in the Device and Port Setup page as
follows:
1. On the Main Menu page, tap the
Aviation mode navigation program.
soft key to start the
2. From the Map page, tap on the MAIN MENU soft key to go to
the Aviation Main Menu.
3. Tap the
soft key to open the System Setup Menu.
4. Highlight the Device Setup option and tap the SELECT soft key
to show the Device and Port Setup page.
5. Set the Weather Port to BlueTooth.
6. Set the Weather Type to “WxWorx”. When finished the Device
and Port Setup page should look like in Figure 7-4.
Figure 7-4: WxWorx Bluetooth Receiver Setup
Establish a paired connection between the WxWorx XM receiver and
the AV8OR.as follows:
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From the MAIN MENU, touch the SETTINGS soft key, and
then touch the Blue Tooth soft key to display Figure 7-5.
Figure 7-5: BlueTooth Main Page
2. Tap on the
Icon to open the Bluetooth manager page as
shown in Figure 7-6.
Figure 7-6: BlueTooth Manager
3. Double tap on the “Explore a Bluetooth Device” option. This
will initiate a search for other Bluetooth devices. While the
search is in progress, the following page is displayed.
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Figure 7-7: BlueTooth - Search in Process
4. When the Wx Radio receiver and or other devices are
found, Figure 7-8 is displayed:
Figure 7-8: BlueTooth WxRadio Found
5. High light the WxRadio file and then touch the
to access the device and display Figure 7-9.
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Figure 7-9: BlueTooth Passkey Required
6. Enter the Passkey supplied with your WxWorx receiver and then
touch the “OK” soft key to display Figure 7-10.
Figure 7-10: BlueTooth Service Browser Screen
7.
Touch the “Bluetooth Serial Port” item to select it to
display Figure 7-11.
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Figure 7-11: Bluetooth - Serial Port Found
8.
Touch the “CONNECT” soft key to start the connection process,
a message displays “Connecting ‘Bluetooth Serial Port’ service”.
After the device is successfully connected, Figure 7-12 is
displayed.
Figure 7-12: BlueTooth Serial Port Connected.
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EXTERNAL FLIGHT PLANS
Jeppesen FliteStar© PC Application
The AV8OR can use flight plans created by the Jeppesen FliteStar©
PC application. Flight plans can be created and modified using the
Jeppesen tool. The flight plans need to be saved using the “Export
as Text” option, with the filename “Route.txt”. This file must then be
transferred to the SD card and stored in the GoFly\data\user
directory.
When creating routes using the Jeppesen FliteStar© tool, only the
WPTs under the “route” directory should be exported. If there are
identifiers, airports, WPTs, etc in the “Other Charts” directory they
will be appended to the end of the flight plan when it is
exported. When this flight plan is imported into the Aviator, these
extra items will be treated as extra WPTs resulting in a flight plan
different than the one created using FliteStar©.
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