SENSUS NAVIGATION
WEB EDITION
SENSUS NAVIGATION
Text and symbols on the map
The vehicle's current location and a button for viewing the itinerary
Map scale
List of guidance points in the itinerary
Remaining distance to the destination/estimated time of arrival and a
button for changing headers
Button for listing the itinerary's Points of Interest (POI) and traffic information
Final destination
Intermediate destination
Guidance point
The vehicle (blue triangle) on the planned route
Traffic problem and related information
Minimize (expanded view) or maximize (full-screen map view)
Calculating a new route
Repeat the most recent voice guidance
Voice guidance On/Off
Pause/resume guidance
Set a final destination/intermediate destination
POI (in this case, a restaurant)
Button to reset the map to follow the vehicle (blue triangle)
Button for toggling between 2D/3D map views
Compass and button for north at the top of the map/current direction at
the top of the map
SENSUS NAVIGATION
Sensus Navigation is a satellite-based system providing guidance/directions to a destination and in certain markets, also traffic information.
The system includes features that enable you to set itineraries, search
for certain types of points of interest (POIs) along your route, store special destinations, obtain traffic information en route, etc.
The system shows the vehicle's exact location and if at any time you
should decide to deviate from the route originally set, a new one will
automatically be calculated to your destination.
By enabling you to reach your destination quickly and by the most direct
route, Sensus Navigation also helps contribute to improving the environment.
To help you fully utilize the features and benefits offered by Sensus
Navigation, we suggest that you familiarize yourself with the information
provided in this owner's manual.
CONTENTS
GETTING STARTED
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Getting started with Sensus Navigation
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GETTING TO KNOW SENSUS
NAVIGATION
Quick guidance to a destination
8
Common navigation system features
CONTROLS
Navigation displays and controls
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VOICE CONTROL
SETTING A DESTINATION
TRAVEL PLAN AND ROUTE
Navigation system voice commands
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Entering a destination
26
Viewing the itinerary and alternate routes
36
Voice control
21
Setting a destination by tapping the map
26
Guidance points in the itinerary
37
Using voice commands
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27
POIs along the route
38
Voice control settings
23
Setting a destination by entering the
text of your choice
Setting a destination using Recent/
Favorites/Library
Traffic problems along the route
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Information cards on the map
39
Choosing a detour
40
Using a point of interest (POI) as a
destination
31
Setting a destination by entering an
address
32
Saving a destination with Send to Car
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TRAFFIC INFORMATION
Traffic information
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SETTINGS
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MAP AND SYSTEM INFORMATION
Navigation in the instrument panel
44
Map updates with MapCare
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Sensus Navigation settings
44
Remote map updates
55
Map settings
45
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Route settings
47
Map updates from a computer with a
USB flash drive
Traffic information settings
49
Navigation license agreements
57
Guidance settings
50
Copyright
60
System settings
51
COMMON ERRORS
Sensus Navigation troubleshooting
INDEX
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Index
63
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GETTING STARTED
GETTING STARTED
Getting started with Sensus
Navigation
WARNING
Observe the following.
The vehicle's electrical system (including the
navigation system) is activated automatically
when the driver's door is opened.
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Direct all your attention to the road and
make sure that all your concentration is
on driving.
Navigation On/Off
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Follow applicable traffic legislation and
drive with good judgment.
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Due to weather conditions or time of year
affecting the road conditions, some recommendations may be less reliable.
Quick guidance to a destination
The following table provides quick information
about setting a destination and starting navigation.
Selecting a destination on the map
Step
Center display/menu
Action
1
If a map is
not shown
on the center display.
Press the Home button
under the display to
open the display's Home
view.
2
Home view
is displayed.
Tap Navigation in the
center display's upper
menu bar.
3
A map is
displayed.
Off
The navigation system cannot be switched off
while the vehicle is unlocked and is instead active
in the background.
NOTE
The system can be used even when the
engine is not running but will be switched off
automatically if the battery charge level is low.
On
If the navigation system does not show a map on
the center display, tap Navigation on the upper
line on the screen to display a map showing the
area around the vehicle and the vehicle's current
location (a blue triangle) on the map.
Related information
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If this button is displayed, tap it to maximize the map.
Navigation displays and controls (p. 16)
Quick guidance to a destination (p. 8)
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The map is
displayed.
Scroll to the desired
location on the map and
press and hold that
position on the screen
to set it as a destination.
GETTING STARTED
Step
Center display/menu
Action
5
Start navigation is
displayed
on the
screen.
Tap Start navigation.
6
A map
showing
the route to
your destination is
displayed.
Guidance will begin. Follow the directions on the
instrument panel.
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GETTING TO KNOW SENSUS NAVIGATION
GETTING TO KNOW SENSUS NAVIGATION
Common navigation system
features
Direction at the top of the map/North at
the top of the map
The most common features of the navigation
system are described here.
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Where am I?
Direction
N
North
NE
Northeast
E
East
Direction at the top of the map/North at the
top of the map
SE
Southeast
2D for 3D view
S
South
SW
Southwest
W
West
NW
Northwest
Zoom
Scroll
Find the vehicle symbol on the map
Change the headers displayed
Go back to the map view
"Wrong" language in illustrations
Where am I?
Where is the vehicle's current location?
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Compass symbols
Click the vehicle symbol (blue triangle) for
information directly on the map.
Tap the compass to change the way in which the vehicle
symbol moves on the map
2D or 3D view
The driver can choose between two views:
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North will always be at the top of the map on
the center display and the vehicle symbol will
move in the current direction on the map (left
is west, right is east, etc.).
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The vehicle symbol will always move towards
the top of the center display. The map will
rotate under the vehicle symbol according to
the direction in which the vehicle turns. The
compass symbol indicates north (N) on the
map and the vehicle's direction (NE in the
illustration).
Tap 2D/3D to toggle between a 2D/3D map display
In 3D, the vehicle's direction is always upward on
the center display. The map will rotate under the
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GETTING TO KNOW SENSUS NAVIGATION
Tap the center display once
with two fingers.
vehicle symbol according to the direction in which
the vehicle turns.
Find the vehicle symbol on the map
The compass symbol indicates north (N) on the
map and the vehicle's direction is shown at the
center of the compass.
The map scale is not shown in 3D.
2D is described in the previous section "Direction
at the top of the map/North at the top of the
map."
or
"Pinch" with two fingers on the
center display.
Zoom
Zoom in
Tap the crosshairs
To make the map larger:
Tap the center display twice in
quick succession with one finger.
Scroll
Place a finger on the map and
swipe in the desired direction.
Scrolling is only possible with
the map in maximized view.
After scrolling/zooming, it may be difficult to find
the vehicle's location on the map. To find it:
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Tap the crosshairs: the map will be reset and
will follow the vehicle symbol.
or
"Stretch" with two fingers on
the center display.
Zoom ut
To make the map smaller:
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GETTING TO KNOW SENSUS NAVIGATION
Change the headers displayed
Returning to the map view
Tap to change map headings
Home button below the center display
The following headers can be displayed on the
map:
To return to the map view from another part of
the system:
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1.
Press the Home button.
2.
If the center display shows its Home view,
tap Navigation at the top of the screen.
Destination, Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA)
or Remaining Time to Arrival (RTA)
or
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Position and the distance to the destination
(Dist).
Changing headers is only possible with the map
in maximized view.
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Related information
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Navigation in the instrument panel (p. 44)
Sensus Navigation settings (p. 44)
CONTROLS
CONTROLS
Navigation displays and controls
Instrument panel
Volvo Sensus Navigation is presented on the
instrument panel and head-up display* and controlled using center display on-screen buttons,
the right-side steering wheel keypad and voice
commands.
Center display
Open/Close
Searching for and setting destinations and making navigation settings are done on the center
display.
If the map is not showing on the center display,
tap Navigation at the top of the center display's
Home view.
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During a trip, the driver receives visual guidance
on the instrument panel and voice guidance
through the infotainment system's speakers.
Left/Right
Right-side steering wheel keypad and
instrument panel
Confirm
Some of the navigation system's functions, such
as Take me home, are controlled from the rightside steering wheel keypad.
Up/Down
Opening/closing the menu
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Press Open/Close (1).
> Menus with alternatives will be opened or
closed. The menu will close automatically
after a short period or after certain selections have been made.
* Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.
CONTROLS
Navigating and making selections in a
menu
1.
Scroll among the alternatives using control
(3).
2.
Confirm or mark a choice by pressing control
(4).
> The function will be activated and after
making certain choices, the menu will
close.
Head-up-display (HUD)*
Voice control
Many settings can be made
using voice commands.
Press the voice button on the
right-side steering wheel keypad, wait for the tone and then
say, e.g., "Drive Home."
Using voice commands is explained in greater
detail in the articles "Navigation system voice
control," "Voice control," and "Voice control settings."
Related information
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Setting a destination by entering the text of
your choice (p. 27)
Navigation system voice commands (p. 20)
Voice control (p. 21)
Using voice commands (p. 22)
Voice control settings (p. 23)
Navigation guidance on the windshield
The driver can also get guidance and information
from the navigation system on the lower section
of the windshield.
The position of the HUD can be adjusted (see
the article "Head-up display").
* Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.
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VOICE CONTROL
VOICE CONTROL
Navigation system voice commands
Many of the navigation system's functions can
be activated using voice commands.
The procedure for using voice control is described in greater detail in the articles "Voice control," "Using voice control" and "Voice control
settings."
Voice commands
The following list contains examples of commands that are unique to navigation system.
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To use the voice control system, press the
on the right-side steering wheel keypad
and say one of the following commands after
the tone:
• "Navigation: Starts a navigation voice
command dialog and displays available
commands.
• "Take me home: Guidance will be given
to the location set as Home. The location
for Home is set using the Set home
address function in Favorites in the Top
view in the center display.
• "Go to [City]: Enter a city as a destination, e.g., "Go to New York."
• "Go to [Address]: Enter an address as a
destination, e.g., Go to 125 43 St, New
York."
• "Go to [Zip code]: Enter a zip code as a
destination, e.g., "Go to 07405."
• "Go to [Name]: Enter a name from a list
of contacts e.g., "Go to Robyn Smith."
• "Search [POI]: Search for a POI1, which
is always sorted according to POIs
"around the vehicle." To search along the
route, say "Along the route" when the
list of results is displayed.
• "Search [POI] in [a city]: Search for a
POI1 in city/location.
• "Search [POI category]: Search for a
POI1 category, which is always sorted
"Around the vehicle."
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You can opt to call the POI or set it as a destination.
VOICE CONTROL
• "Search [POI category] in [a city]:
Search for a POI1 category in a city/location.
• "Enter contact: Enter a contact from a
list of phone contacts as a destination.
• "Enter POI: Enter a POI as a destination.
• "Change country/Change state:
Changes the country/state in which a
search is conducted.
• "Enter address: Enter an address as a
destination.
• "Enter zip code: Enter a zip code as a
destination.
• "Add intersection: Enter an intersection
Related information
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Navigation displays and controls (p. 16)
Voice control (p. 21)
Using voice commands (p. 22)
Voice control settings (p. 23)
Voice control
Voice commands make it possible for the driver
to voice-control certain functions in the media
player, a Bluetooth-connected cell phone, climate system and the Volvo navigation system*.
Voice control offers convenience and enables the
driver to keep his/her hands on the steering
wheel and concentrate on driving and the traffic
situation around the vehicle.
WARNING
As the driver, you have full responsibility for
operating the vehicle safely and adhering to
all applicable traffic regulations.
as a destination.
• "Show favorites: Shows a list of
Favorites in the center display's Top
view.
• "Clear itinerary: Deletes all intermediate
destinations in an itinerary.
• "Repeat voice guidance: Repeats the
most recent guidance instruction.
• "Pause guidance: Pauses guidance on
the map.
• "Resume guidance: Resumes guidance
on the map.
• "Turn off voice guidance: Turns voice
navigation guidance off.
• "Turn on voice guidance: Turns voice
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navigation guidance on.
You can opt to call the POI or set it as a destination.
* Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.
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VOICE CONTROL
Input to the system is in dialog form and comprises commands from the driver and a verbal
response from the system.
Using voice commands
Voice command examples
The following is an introduction for using voice
commands.
Press
, say "Call"-"[First-name]"-"[Lastname]"-"[number category]" to call a contact
in your phonebook if the person has more than
one phone number listed (i.e., home, mobile, work,
etc.).
The voice control system uses the same microphone as the Bluetooth hands-free system and
system responses come via the infotainment system's speakers.
Press the button on the rightside steering wheel keypad to
activate the system and initiate
a voice command dialog.
In certain cases, text messages are also provided
in the instrument panel.
The functions are controlled using the right-side
steering wheel keypad and settings are made
from the center console.
System updates
The voice control system is being constantly
improved and updates should be downloaded for
optimal functionality. See the article "System
updates" and the Volvo Cars support site
support.volvocars.com.
Commands/phrases
Keep the following points in mind when using
voice commands:
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Avoid speaking while the system is responding. Commands cannot be processed during
a response.
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Avoid background noises in the cabin when
using the system by closing the vehicle's
doors, windows and panoramic roof* when
giving voice commands..
Using voice commands (p. 22)
Voice control settings (p. 23)
Navigation system voice commands (p. 20)
When giving a command, speak at your usual
speed and in a normal tone of voice after
the tone.
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Related information
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The following commands can always be used:
• Repeat: the system will repeat the most
recent voice instruction.
• Cancel: cancel the dialog.
• Help: Initiates a help dialog. The system will
provide several alternative commands that
can be used in a given situation.
The commands for specific situations are described in the respective articles such as "Cell phone
commands", etc.
Numbers
Saying "Cancel".
Numbers can be spoken individually, in groups or
the entire phone number can be given at one
time.
button on
By pressing and holding the
the right-side steering wheel keypad.
Related information
Voice command dialogs can be cancelled by:
To speed up a command dialog or to skip system
responses, press the
button on the rightside steering wheel keypad when the system is
responding.
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For example, press
and say
"Call"-"Robin"-"Smith"-"mobile".
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Voice control (p. 21)
VOICE CONTROL
Voice control settings
There are a number of settings that can be made
for the voice control system.
Open the center display's Top view and tap
Settings System Voice Control and
select settings.
• Repeat Mode
• Gender
• Speech Rate
Sound settings
Open Top view and tap Settings Sound
System Volumes Voice Control.
Changing languages
The voice control system only understands that
languages that can be selected.
Changing the language for this system also
affects menus, messages and help texts.
Open Top view and tap Settings
Language.
System
Related information
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Voice control (p. 21)
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SETTING A DESTINATION
SETTING A DESTINATION
Entering a destination
Related information
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Viewing the itinerary and alternate routes
(p. 36)
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Setting a destination by tapping the map
(p. 26)
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Setting a destination by entering the text of
your choice (p. 27)
Selecting a recently set destination
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Selecting a position marked as a favorite
from the library
Setting a destination using Recent/Favorites/Library (p. 29)
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Using a point of interest (POI) as a destination (p. 31)
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Setting a destination by entering an address
(p. 32)
There are several different ways of choosing a
destination.
A destination can be chosen by:
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Clicking on the map
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Selecting a saved destination from the library
Entering free text or coordinates
Selecting a point of interest (POI)
Entering an Address: e.g., State/city/street/
intersection/house number
Select one of the alternatives and follow the
instructions given.
Setting a destination by tapping the
map
Tapping a point on the map is one way to set a
destination.
To do so:
Begin by verifying that the map
is in full-screen mode by tapping the symbol (if it is displayed).
1.
Scroll to the desired point on the map.
2.
Press the point until an icon is created there
and a menu is displayed.
Destinations and intermediate
destinations (waypoints)
The first location selected will be the itinerary's
final destination.
Any other locations will be the itinerary's intermediate destinations (waypoints).
An itinerary and its destinations can be edited at
any time, see also the section "Editing an itinerary" in the article "Itinerary and alternate routes."
3. Select Go here to start guidance to that point.
Deleting the icon
Tap Delete.
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SETTING A DESTINATION
Changing the icon's location
Press the icon on the map, drag it to the desired
position and release it.
Related information
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Entering a destination (p. 26)
Setting a destination by entering the
text of your choice
Entering the text of your choice is one way to set
a destination.
Keyboard
The center display's keyboard can be used to
enter most characters when searching for a destination.
To display the keyboard:
Tap Set dest. in the lower
margin. The keyboard opens for
entering text.
Keyboard function keys
Filter: limit/filter the list of possible destinations.
Hide the keys to display a longer list of possible destinations. Tap the field for entering
text to return to the keyboard.
Tap to toggle between upper and lower case
characters.
Numbers and special characters
Space bar
Delete characters to the left of the cursor.
Tap to display an area where you can "write"
text.
For additional information about using the center
display's keyboard, see the article "Using the
center display keyboard."
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SETTING A DESTINATION
map (or from the center of the map if it has
been scrolled).
Entering the text of your choice
Enter text to search for e.g., streets, cities, map
coordinates or points of interest (POIs).
2.
Select/mark a selection in the list. Its Info
card1 will be displayed.
3.
Follow the instructions on the center display
and activate guidance to the destination.
Filter for POIs
A list of available POIs is displayed at the bottom
of the screen, under the three filters.
Filter
Several filters can be used to limit the size of the
list.
Filters
The filters available may vary:
• Along route: Lists only destinations found
1.
Enter a word. Possible destinations meeting
your search criteria will be listed according to
their distance from the vehicle symbol on the
along the route.
• Streets: Lists only streets/roads meeting
the search criteria.
• Only cities: Lists only cities/towns meeting
the search criteria.
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See also the article "Information cards on the map."
POIs filtered from the marked category (2)
POI categories (there may also be sub-categories).
Only POIs from the marked category will be listed
and only the Along route filter can be combined
with POI.
SETTING A DESTINATION
Coordinates
A destination can also be set by entering its map
coordinates.
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For example, enter: "N 58.1234 E 12.5678"
and tap Search/.
Map coordinates can be written in different ways,
such as:
Setting a destination using Recent/
Favorites/Library
Selecting from a list is one way of setting a destination.
To display these lists:
1. Tap Set dest. in the lower
margin. A keyboard will be displayed with search alternatives
in the upper margin.
N 58.1234 E 12.5678 (with spaces)
2. Continue by selecting one of
the lists in the upper margin:
N58.1234 E12.5678 (without spaces)
58.1234N 12.5678E (with the points on the
compass after the coordinates)
58.1234 -12.5678 (with a hyphen without the
points on the compass)
Both periods [.] and commas [,] can be used.
Recent
• Recent
• Favorites
• Library
After marking an alternative, it will be added as a
destination by tapping the Start navigation or
Add as waypoint buttons.
This is a list of all searches that have been made.
Scroll through the list and select.
This menu alternative is also available in the
instrument panel and can be displayed using the
right-side steering wheel keypad (see also the
article "Navigation system displays and controls").
Related information
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Entering a destination (p. 26)
Navigation displays and controls (p. 16)
Information cards on the map (p. 39)
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SETTING A DESTINATION
Favorites
Library
that disappears when they have been read. See
the article "Saving a destination with send-tocar" for additional information.
Use Edit list to edit the respective destinations
with respect to Name, Location, Internet address
and Phone number (max. 3 phone numbers per
destination).
Related information
This is a list of locations that have been set as
favorites from the Library. Scroll through the list
and select.
This is a list of saved destinations and itineraries.
The most recently saved one will be at the top of
the list. Scroll through the list and select.
A deleted location in Favorites always remains in
the Library but the "star" will not be highlighted.
To return it to the list of Favorites, go to the
Library and tap the location's star again.
Tap the destination's "star" to select/deselect it
as a favorite. A selected destination will also be
shown under the heading Favorites.
Use Set home address to program a destination that is used often. A destination set as
Home will also be also available in the instrument panel and can be displayed using the rightside steering wheel keypad (see also the article
"Navigation system displays and controls").
Use Edit list to edit destinations in the list.
A destination deleted from the Library will also
be deleted from Favorites.
The library can be sorted by:
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Added
Name
Distance
Received: this is a filter
With Received, destinations sent to the vehicle
using the Send to Car function can be filtered.
New, unread destinations have a BLUE marker
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Saving a destination with Send to Car
(p. 32)
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Navigation displays and controls (p. 16)
Entering a destination (p. 26)
SETTING A DESTINATION
Using a point of interest (POI) as a
destination
Selecting a point of interest (POI) is one way of
setting a destination.
1. Tap Set dest. in the lower
margin. A keyboard will be displayed with search alternatives
in the upper margin.
See the article "Map settings" for information
about selecting the POIs to be displayed on the
map. This will show the selected POIs available in
the area. This setting does not affect searches
for POIs to be used as destinations (even ones
that have not been selected for display can be
used as a destination).
Proposed POIs are listed according to their distance from the vehicle symbol on the map or
from the center of the map if it has been scrolled.
Related information
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Entering a destination (p. 26)
Map settings (p. 45)
Certain POIs will only appear if the map scale is
greater than 1 mi. (1 km).
2. Continue by selecting a POI
from the upper margin.
NOTE
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The appearance, number and variations
of POIs vary from market to market.
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Some symbols may be added/deleted
when the navigation system's software is
updated. The POIs available for the current map system can found in the menu
system.
Filters
Examples of POIs
Many POIs (e.g., restaurants) have sub-categories
(e.g., Chinese restaurants).
Proposed POIs are listed according to their distance to the vehicle symbol or the center of the
map (if it has been scrolled).
When an itinerary has been activated and a POI
category has been selected, a filter will be available to limit the search list to only show POIs
along the route. This list can then be sorted by
name or distance.
• Along route: only shows POIs along the
route.
With filters activated, the list can be sorted by
Name or Distance.
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SETTING A DESTINATION
Setting a destination by entering an
address
Select any of the following alternatives and enter
text using the center display's keyboard:
Saving a destination with Send to
Car
Entering an address is one way to set a destination.
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Using the Send to Car feature is one way to
save a destination.
Tap Set dest. in the lower
margin. A keyboard will be displayed with search alternatives
in the upper margin.
2. Continue by selecting an
Address from the upper margin. Additional search fields will be added.
Examples of search fields
The following search alternatives may vary somewhat from market to market. Only those available
for your market will be shown in the center display.
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Country/State/Province
City/Territory/Zip code
Address
Number
Junction
Related information
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Entering a destination (p. 26)
Send to Car is a function that makes it possible
to add a destination/location to the navigation
system from a computer.
Send to Car can also be done from a cell phone
using Volvo's Volvo On Call (VOC) service.
VOC can also be used to send a destination from
the VOC customer service center to the vehicle.
Right-click the desired location and select Send this
location to car
SETTING A DESTINATION
(support.volvocars.com) for more information
about the Send to Car function.
Related information
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Setting a destination using Recent/Favorites/Library (p. 29)
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Entering a destination (p. 26)
Enter the vehicle's VIN number or Volvo ID and select
Send
1.
Go to the Internet site here.com: a map service will open.
2.
Right-click the desired location.
3.
Select Send this location to car.
4.
Enter the vehicle's VIN number or Volvo ID.
5.
Select Send: the location will be sent to the
vehicle's library (list of destinations), where it
will be indicated by a blue marker.
The driver will then be alerted to this by a symbol
that illuminates in the center display indicating
that a destination/location has been sent to the
vehicle. Tap the symbol and a card will open
showing information and possible alternatives.
Please note that the procedure shown here is
just an example from one of many map service
providers. See the Volvo Cars support site
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TRAVEL PLAN AND ROUTE
TRAVEL PLAN AND ROUTE
Viewing the itinerary and alternate
routes
Viewing alternate routes
The driver can check for alternate routes at any
time while guidance is underway. To do so:
During guidance, it is possible to view the itinerary or see if alternate routes are available.
Viewing the itinerary
To view/display the itinerary:
Select a line in the itinerary and follow the instructions
provided
Deleting an itinerary
The entire itinerary or intermediate destinations
(waypoints) can be deleted:
Tap Position: or Destination: to display the current itinerary.
Editing an itinerary
An itinerary can be edited:
Select a particular waypoint or Clear itinerary and confirm the choice
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1.
Tap Position: or Destination: to display the
current itinerary.
TRAVEL PLAN AND ROUTE
2.
Tap Alternative
routes to view alternate routes (if available)
for the remainder of the itinerary.
Guidance points in the itinerary
A list of coming guidance points helps the driver
prepare for the next turn, etc. by e.g., getting into
the correct traffic lane, etc.
Related information
•
•
•
•
3.
Tap the map. The updated itinerary will be
shown on the map and guidance will resume.
See also the section "Alternate routes" in the
article "Route settings."
Related information
•
•
•
•
Information cards on the map (p. 39)
Route settings (p. 47)
Select one of the following:
• Fast
• Eco
• Scenic
4.
Choosing a detour (p. 40)
Viewing the itinerary and alternate routes
(p. 36)
Guidance points in the itinerary (p. 37)
Choosing a detour (p. 40)
Information cards on the map (p. 39)
Route settings (p. 47)
Guidance points in an itinerary
A list of coming guidance points will appear on
the map when the itinerary is activated. The list
can be expanded by tapping the down-arrow (tap
the up-arrow to minimize). The next guidance
point is always at the top of the list.
Tapping any of the guidance points in the list will
scroll the map to the related position. Subsequently tapping the map's crosshairs (below the
2D/3D button) will return you to the map guidance view where the map shows the vehicle's
current location.
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TRAVEL PLAN AND ROUTE
POIs along the route
A list of points of interest (POIs) along the route
can be displayed.
A list will show the current POI categories e.g.,
near an exit or service area
1.
Select the desired category to open a list,
sometimes with sub-categories.
2.
Continue to "zoom in" until a particular POI
can be selected.
3.
Mark a POI in the list. Its information card will
be displayed.
4.
Select one of the card's alternatives and follow the instructions.
Traffic problems along the route
A list of traffic problems along your route can be
displayed.
POI suggestions will be listed based on their distance on the map from the vehicle symbol or the
center of the map (if it has been scrolled). The
POI at the top of the list is closest to the vehicle.
1. Tap Ahead
2. Then tap "POI" for information about POIs along the
route
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Related information
•
1. Tap Ahead.
Using a point of interest (POI) as a destination (p. 31)
2. Then tap Traffic for information about traffic problems
along the route
TRAVEL PLAN AND ROUTE
For information about a specific traffic tie-up:
Information cards on the map
•
Each icon on the map for a destination, intermediate destination (waypoint), favorite, POI,
traffic problem, etc., has an information card that
can be opened by tapping the icon.
Select it in the list to get specific information.
Use the selection Avoid to be rerouted to an
alternate route to your destination.
Related information
•
•
Traffic information (p. 42)
Traffic information settings (p. 49)
Opening an icon's Info card gives the driver upto-date information about the respective icons.
Information and possible alternatives vary
depending on the type of icon.
• Save: save the location in the Library. See
also the article "Entering a destination using
Recent/Favorites/Library."
Related information
•
•
•
•
•
Viewing the itinerary and alternate routes
(p. 36)
Guidance points in the itinerary (p. 37)
Choosing a detour (p. 40)
Route settings (p. 47)
Setting a destination using Recent/Favorites/Library (p. 29)
Example of an information card for a POI
In this example of a highlighted POI, the driver
can select e.g.,:
• Start navigation: save the POI's location as
a destination
• Add as waypoint: save the POI's location as
an intermediate destination
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TRAVEL PLAN AND ROUTE
Choosing a detour
3.
Select Detour to avoid the next section of a
route if e.g., a road is closed.
After a proposal has been accepted, guidance will resume, using the detour as the
new route.
As an alternative to Detour, select another route
and leave your itinerary's current route. The system will update the route automatically and continue guidance to your destination along the most
suitable route.
Detours
See also the article "Viewing the itinerary and
alternate routes."
Detour and information about it
2.
Detour button
1.
Tap Detour: information about an alternate
route will be displayed on the map (the alternate route's distance, estimated travel time,
etc.).
To accept the proposal, tap the sign with
information about the detour
To reject the proposal, tap the X button
(Cancel). Guidance will continue along the
current route.
Normally, only short detours are proposed to
take you quickly back to your itinerary's original route if possible.
Detour activated
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Related information
•
•
•
Route settings (p. 47)
Viewing the itinerary and alternate routes
(p. 36)
Information cards on the map (p. 39)
TRAFFIC INFORMATION
TRAFFIC INFORMATION
Traffic information1
lines on both sides of the road if both sides are
affected).
The navigation system constantly receives traffic
messages that are broadcast by local radio stations.
•
See the article "Traffic settings" for the trafficrelated settings available to the driver.
If the traffic problem affects your chosen route,
you can opt to select Avoid to prompt the system
to find an alternate route.
Directly on the map
Tap the symbol for additional information
about the traffic problem.
Related information
•
•
Example of traffic information
Traffic jams, road construction areas, accidents,
etc. are shown on the map in the form of various
symbols.
In cases of major traffic disruptions, their extent
is shown on the map as RED lines along the side
of the road (in e.g., road construction areas). This
line will also indicate the direction (there will be
1
42
Not available in all markets.
Traffic information settings (p. 49)
Traffic problems along the route (p. 38)
SETTINGS
SETTINGS
Navigation in the instrument panel
Sensus Navigation settings
An activated route will automatically be displayed
in the instrument panel.
These settings affect e.g., the way in which
routes are selected and how information is displayed.
Navigation can be presented in various ways and
the user can set different parameters to personalize the way in which the map is displayed on
the screen.
To access the navigation settings:
Activating/deactivating map display in the instrument
panel
1.
Pull down the center display's Top view.
2.
Select Settings
Navigation
Route.
Path:
Instrument panel (driver display)
The driver can opt to get navigation information
in the instrument panel even if no route/itinerary
has been set.
Settings My Car Displays Driver
Display Center Area Driver Display
Options
•
Mark the alternative Show Map.
Related information
•
•
Sensus Navigation settings (p. 44)
Navigation displays and controls (p. 16)
The following types of settings are available:
• Map: settings for the content and appearance of the map
• Route: settings for the way in which routes
are calculated and displayed
• Traffic: settings for traffic information
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SETTINGS
• Guidance: settings for guidance
• System: information about map and software updates
Map settings
Alternatives:
These settings are used to determine how the
map will be displayed on the screen.
•
•
•
•
•
Related information
•
•
•
•
•
•
Map settings (p. 45)
Navigation in the instrument panel (p. 44)
Route settings (p. 47)
POI
Favorites
Speed Cameras2
Traffic information settings (p. 49)
Guidance settings (p. 50)
System settings (p. 51)
Settings
2
Position Format
Map Design
Navigation
Map
Not available in all markets.
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SETTINGS
Location format
Map design
POI
Select to display the current location by address
or by coordinates:
Select map background lighting:
Select the POIs to be displayed on the maps.
Each main category has two alternatives: every
POI category will be displayed or...
• Address
• Coordinates and altitude
The following illustration shows both alternatives:
• Day: bright colors
• Night: Dark colors for better night vision
• Automatic: the system will shift between
Day and Night based on the ambient light in
the passenger compartment.
POI main categories
...open the category by tapping the ">" symbol
and selecting the sub-categories to be displayed.
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SETTINGS
Choose to display Favorites on the map:
Route settings
•
The following settings determine how a route will
be calculated.
Yes/No
See also the article "Entering a destination using
Recent/Favorites/Library."
Speed cameras2
POI sub-categories
•
Mark the POI categories to be displayed on
the map. Exit the menu by tapping Back or
Close.
See also the article "POI as destination."
Favorites
Choose to display speed cameras on the map:
•
Yes/No
Related information
•
•
•
2 Not
Sensus Navigation settings (p. 44)
Setting a destination using Recent/Favorites/Library (p. 29)
Using a point of interest (POI) as a destination (p. 31)
Path:
Settings
Navigation
Route
available in all markets.
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SETTINGS
Possible settings:
Default route type
•
•
•
•
•
Select the default type of route to be used:
Route Learning
Alternative Routes
Default Route Type
Avoid
Arrival Time Format
Route learning
Allow data to be collected to optimize route calculations:
•
• Fast
• Eco
• Scenic
•
•
Avoid
Related information
Alternative routes
•
3
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Yes/No
Not available in all markets.
Arrival time format
Choose among:
This setting can also be changed while driving.
See also the article "Itinerary and alternate
route."
Yes/No
Show 3 alternative routes before guidance
begins:
• Ferry
• Highway
• Toll Roads
Mark the types of roads to be automatically avoided when a route is calculated:
•
•
•
•
Tunnel
International Border3
Congestion Charge Zone
Car train
•
•
ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival)
RTA (Remaining Time to Arrival)
Sensus Navigation settings (p. 44)
Viewing the itinerary and alternate routes
(p. 36)
SETTINGS
Traffic information settings4
Traffic events
These options determine how traffic information
is presented.
Filter the type of traffic information to be displayed on the map and determine how a route is
to be calculated. The alternatives are:
• None
• Major
• All
Related information
•
•
•
Sensus Navigation settings (p. 44)
Traffic problems along the route (p. 38)
Traffic information (p. 42)
Free flowing traffic
Select if free-flowing traffic is to be displayed on
the map (shown as green lines). Select:
•
Yes/No
Orange or red lines are set according to the current traffic situation and cannot be avoided.
Avoid traffic events
Select to allow the system to automatically avoid
traffic problems along the route. Select:
Path:
Settings
Navigation
Traffic
(Settings > Navigation > Traffic)
•
•
•
•
Traffic Events
• Never
• Ask
• Always
Avoid Traffic Events
When calculating a route, the system will take
these settings into account. The driver will have
to "confirm" events that occur during a trip.
Traffic Provider: %s
Traffic provider:
Free Flowing Traffic
Set the source of traffic information5
4
5
Not available in all markets.
Not available in all markets.
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SETTINGS
Guidance settings
Voice guidance level
This section lists guidance settings.
Set the amount of guidance information provided:
•
None: no automatic guidance but guidance
can be requested manually once.
• Low: one message per guidance point.
• Moderate: up to three messages per guidance point, with limited information.
• Full: up to four messages per guidance
point, with all available information provided.
Landmark guidance7
Select to use landmarks when guidance is given:
•
Yes/No
Parking near destination
Select to display information about parking when
you approach the destination:
Path:
Settings
Navigation
Guidance
(Settings > Navigation > Guidance)
Selections:
•
•
•
•
•
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Voice Guidance
Landmark Guidance7
•
Yes/No
Propose gas station
Select to display information about nearby gas
stations when the vehicle's fuel level is low:
•
Yes/No
POI along the route
Parking Near Destination
Select to display POIs along the route.
Propose Gas Station
•
POI Along Route
A list will be displayed automatically when driving
on a highway. See also the article "POIs along
the route."
Certain markets only.
Yes/No
Related information
•
•
Sensus Navigation settings (p. 44)
POIs along the route (p. 38)
SETTINGS
System settings
This article describes settings for the navigation
system software and map versions.
Path:
Settings
Navigation
System
Software version
• Base Map Version_ e.g., 00.20.00.18
See also the article "Updating map data with
MapCare".
Map version
• Map Information: information about maps,
updates and your favorite regions.
Related information
•
•
Sensus Navigation settings (p. 44)
Map updates with MapCare (p. 54)
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MAP AND SYSTEM INFORMATION
Map updates with MapCare
Updating navigation system software
Volvo Sensus Navigation remote updates can be
done directly to the vehicle through a cell phone
Internet connection or from a computer with a
USB flash drive.
In addition to the maps, the system's software is
being steadily developed and has to be updated
occasionally. This may mean that newly downloaded map information may not be supported by
the navigation system's software. If this happens,
a message will be displayed indicating that the
software needs to be updated. This can be done
by a Volvo retailer or from a USB flash drive.
General update information
The system's maps are divided into a number of
fixed regions. When updates are done, it is not
necessary to update all of the regions at the
same time but instead can be done for a specific
region or several regions.
One or several regions can be updated from the
vehicle's Internet connection. However, for major
updates, a computer and a USB flash drive are
recommended.
If an itinerary covers several regions, they should
all have the same version number to enable the
system to calculate the best route to the destination(s).
Updating the map structure
Changing the map structure may sometimes be
necessary, e.g., if a region is added or if a large
region is divided into smaller ones. If this is the
case, normal updates may not be possible and a
message will be displayed explaining what has
happened.
In this situation, the entire map must be reinstalled from a USB flash drive. For additional information, contact a Volvo retailer.
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See the section "Software version" in the article
"System settings."
Updates from the vehicle's Internet
connection or from a USB flash drive
For detailed information, see the articles "Remote
map updates" and "Map updates from the computer with a USB flash drive."
FAQs
Question
Answer
Can the map
database be
changed,
e.g., from
Europe to
North America?
Yes, with certain exceptions.
Contact a Volvo retailer for upto-date information.
How long do
map updates
take?
This depends on the size of
the file(s) and the speed of the
Internet connection.
Question
Answer
How big is
an update?
This varies from market to
market. Consult a Volvo
retailer.
Updating has
not worked.
What should
I do?
Try the Volvo Cars support site
(support.volvocars.com) or
contact a Volvo retailer.
Related information
•
•
•
•
•
•
Remote map updates (p. 55)
Map updates from a computer with a USB
flash drive (p. 55)
Sensus Navigation troubleshooting (p. 62)
Copyright (p. 60)
Navigation license agreements (p. 57)
System settings (p. 51)
MAP AND SYSTEM INFORMATION
Remote map updates
Downloading maps from the Internet
Some preparation is necessary before a remote
update can be made through the vehicle's cell
phone Internet connection.
1.
From the center display's Home view, swipe
from right to left to access App view.
2.
Select the Remote update service app
and follow the instructions provided.
Preparations
Map updates from a computer with
a USB flash drive
Some preparation is necessary before a USB
map update can be carried out.
Preparations
For additional information, see the Volvo Cars
support site (support.volvocars.com) or contact a
Volvo retailer.
Related information
•
Remote update procedure
Map updates with MapCare (p. 54)
Computer/USB update procedure
Internet connection
The vehicle has to be connected to the Internet
using Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, through a cable connected to the USB socket or using the vehicle's
integrated modem. A symbol showing the connection's status can be seen in the center display's status bar.
See also the articles "Internet connected vehicle"
and "Connecting to the Internet."
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MAP AND SYSTEM INFORMATION
USB flash drive
Current map version
For use in updates, a USB flash drive has to meet
the following requirements:
Parameter
Requirement
USB standard
(1.0/2.0/3.0):
At least 2.0
File system
(Ext2/NTFS/
FAT32):
FAT32
Capacity
(8/16/32/64
GB):
The file size varies from
market to market. See the
file size under "Detailed
information" for your market
at the Volvo Cars support
site (support.volvocars.com).
1.
From the center display's Home view, swipe
from right to left to access App view.
2.
Select the Remote update service app.
3.
Mark a region and tap the down-arrow for
information about the current map version or
tap Install to see if there is a newer version.
Downloading maps from the Internet to a
USB flash drive
Generic example of map regions. Tap the down-arrow
for additional information
From a computer with an Internet connection,
connect to the Volvo Cars support site
(support.volvocars.com) and follow the instructions on the screen.
1.
Tap "Detailed information" for the region to
be updated.
2.
Information about the latest maps for the
region will be displayed. Verify that it is newer
than the version in the vehicle.
3.
Connect a USB flash drive to the computer
and download the update to the USB drive.
The amount of time for the download varies
according to the size of the file and the speed of
the Internet connection.
Generic example of a region. Tap Set as home region to
set it as a home region
Begin by determining the map version before
beginning a download. To do so:
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MAP AND SYSTEM INFORMATION
Transferring the updated maps from the
USB drive to the vehicle
4.
General information
This transfer may take between 30–60 minutes
depending on the file size. This must be done
with the navigation and infotainment systems
activated.
If the engine is not running, it may be necessary
to connect a battery charger to avoid discharging
the battery. An update can also be done while
driving.
During a complete map download, certain infotainment system functions may not be available
or have limited functionality:
•
•
•
Navigation
5.
The center display will indicate when the
update has been completed. Remove the
USB drive from the socket.
6.
Verify that the correct map information has
been transferred by repeating the procedure
in "Current map version."
Information/media stored on the vehicle's
hard drive
1.
Activate the navigation system (see the previous section "Current map version").
2.
Connect the USB drive to the vehicle's USB
socket in the tunnel console.
The navigation system will automatically
detect any available updates. The update's
progress will be displayed on the screen as
%.
The driver must tap Confirm to start the
update or Cancel to interrupt it.
Navigation license agreements
The following is information for the end-user of
the Sensus Navigation system.
END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR
DISTRIBUTION BY HERE
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Interruptions
What happens if...
Answer
...the infotainment
system is turned off
while an update is in
progress?
The process will pause
and will continue automatically when the
system is reactivated.
...the USB flash drive
is removed from the
USB socket while an
update is in progress?
The process will pause
and will continue automatically when the
USB drive is reconnected to the USB
socket.
Voice commands
Updating
3.
Tap Confirm. The update will begin and progress information will be shown on the center display.
If an update is interrupted, an explanatory text will
always appear on the center display.
For additional information, see the Volvo Cars
support site (support.volvocars.com) or contact a
Volvo retailer.
Related information
•
Map updates with MapCare (p. 54)
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Map updates with MapCare (p. 54)
Copyright (p. 60)
Copyright
For © Copyright information, see the article
"Licence agreements for map navigation."
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Map updates with MapCare (p. 54)
Navigation license agreements (p. 57)
COMMON ERRORS
COMMON ERRORS
Sensus Navigation troubleshooting
The following information provides answers to
frequently asked questions.
The vehicle's location on the map is not
correct
The navigation system's accuracy is approx. 65 ft
(20 meters).
Accuracy may be reduced slightly when driving
on a road that is parallel with another road, winding roads, multi-level roads and long straightaways with no distinct curves.
High mountains, buildings, tunnels, viaducts,
multi-level roads, etc., may also affect GPS signal
reception, which may also reduce the system's
capacity to calculate the vehicle's location accurately.
The system does not always calculate the
fastest/shortest route
Route calculation takes factors such as distance,
road width, type of road, number of right/left
turns, traffic circles, etc., into account to find the
theoretically best route. Familiarity with an area
may enable you to find a more efficient route to
your destination.
The system uses toll roads, highways or
ferries even though I have chosen to
avoid them
When calculating longer routes, the system may
have to choose major roads for technical reasons.
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The types of roads that you have chosen to avoid
will not be used if there are viable alternatives.
After being transported, the vehicle's
location on the map is not correct
If the vehicle has been transported (e.g., on a
ferry or train) where GPS signals have been
blocked, it may take up to 5 minutes before its
location will be shown correctly.
The car symbol moves erratically after
new tires have been installed
In addition to GPS signals, the navigation system
also uses the speedometer and a gyroscopic
sensor to calculate the vehicle's current location
and speed. If e.g., a spare tire or snow tires have
been installed, the system has to "learn" the new
tire dimensions. To do so, drive for a short period
on a road with unobstructed GPS reception.
The map does not correspond to actual
road conditions
Due to road changes/additions/rerouting/new
traffic regulations, the map database may not be
up-to-date. The database is continuously being
updated. Consult your Volvo retailer.
The car symbol jumps forward or spins
Before you begin to drive, the system may need
several seconds to determine the vehicle's location.
Switch off the navigation system and the ignition.
Restart but remain at a standstill for a minute or
so before driving.
The map information is not up-to-date
See the next heading.
How can I check which map version I
have?
1.
From the center display's Home view, swipe
from right to left to display App view.
2.
Select the Remote update service app.
This contains information about the current map
version. See also "Updating map data with MapCare" for additional information or contact your
Volvo retailer.
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Getting started with Sensus Navigation (p. 8)
Map updates with MapCare (p. 54)
INDEX
A
Audio system
voice control
I
21
N
Infotainment system
voice control
21
Itinerary
Guidance points
37
C
copyright
60
Licence
copyright
D
Destination
save
L
32
E
Entering a destination
POI
31
Entering destination
free-text search
recent options
tapping the map
using an address
27
29
26
32
Enterining destination
26
Navigation
instrument panel
Quick guidance
Sensus Navigation
44
8
8
Navigation displays
controls
16
Navigation system
features
voice commands
12
16, 20
57
R
M
Rout
Detour
Map
Information cards
39
Map updates
computer with USB flash drive
MapCare
Remote
55
54
55
40
S
Settings
guidance
Map
Route
Sensus Navigation
System
Traffic information
50
45
47
44
51
49
63
T
Troubleshooting
Sensus Navigation
62
V
Voice control
giving commands
introduction
settings
64
22
21
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TP 18630 (USA & Canada), AT 1505, MY16, Printed in Sweden, Göteborg 2015, Copyright © 2000-2015 Volvo Car Corporation
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