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Volvo V60, XC60, S90, V60 Cross Country, V90, V90 Cross Country, XC40, XC90 Twin Engine, S60 Twin Engine, XC90 User manual
S E NS U S NAV IG AT IO N
SENSUS NAVIGATION
Sensus Navigation is a satellite-based traffic information and navigation system.
Volvo works continuously to improve our product. Modifications can
mean that information, descriptions and illustrations in this supple-
ment differ from the equipment in your vehicle. We reserve the right
to make changes without prior notice.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
NAVIGATION
2
INDEX
Activating and deactivating the
navigation system*
4
Navigation system* symbols and
buttons
5
Information cards in the navigation system*
6
Navigation system* in center display
6
Viewing an itinerary
19
Editing or clearing an itinerary
20
Viewing alternative routes
20
Viewing points of interest along
the route
20
Show guidance in the itinerary
21
Traffic disruptions on map
21
Show traffic disruptions along the
route
22
Selecting a detour in the navigation system*
22
Navigation system* in the instrument panel
8
Activating and deactivating the
navigation system* in the instrument panel
9
Navigation system* in head-up
display*
9
Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI)
23
Voice control for navigation system*
9
Activating and deactivating
enhanced traffic information
24
Voice control command list for the
navigation system*
12
Navigation system* settings
24
Entering a destination directly on
the map
13
Map settings
25
Route settings and guidance
25
Traffic information settings
26
Entering a destination using an
address
14
Map updating
Entering a destination with a free
text search
27
15
Updating maps with a computer
and USB flash drive
28
Entering a POI as a destination
16
Entering a destination using
Recent/Favorites/Library
Updating maps from a vehicle
with Internet connection
31
17
Entering a destination with Send
to Car
Frequently Asked Questions
regarding the navigation system*
32
18
Navigation license agreements*
Itinerary
33
19
Navigation system* copyright
39
Index
41
NAVIGATION
NAVIGATION
Activating and deactivating the
navigation system*
View the map on the center display by tapping
the top tile (1) in Home view.
The navigation system is automatically activated when the driver's door is opened and is
deactivated when the driver locks and arms
the vehicle.
If the center display does not show the navigation system tile, press the Home button (2)
once briefly and then tap the navigation system tile (1).
Activating navigation
A map will appear of the surrounding area and
the vehicle's current location (blue triangle).
Tap this symbol to display the
map across the entire center
display.
WARNING
ground. It switches off automatically when the
ignition is switched off and the vehicle is
locked.
NOTE
The navigation system is available even
when the engine is turned off. If the battery
charge level becomes too low, the system
will switch off.
Related information
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Navigation system* in center display
(p. 6)
•
Navigation system* in the instrument
panel (p. 8)
•
Navigation system* in head-up display*
(p. 9)
•
Voice control for navigation system*
(p. 9)
•
Navigation system* symbols and buttons
(p. 5)
Observe the following:
4
•
Direct all your attention to the road and
make sure that your concentration is
focused on driving.
•
Follow applicable traffic laws and use
good judgment while driving.
•
Road conditions can be affected by
weather or season, which may make
certain recommendations less reliable.
Navigation system tile
Deactivating navigation
Home button
While the ignition is switched on, the navigation system is always active in the back-
* Option/accessory.
NAVIGATION
Navigation system* symbols and
buttons
The map in the center display displays symbols and colors that inform the driver of different roads and the area around the vehicle
and along the route. A tool bar with different
buttons for different settings is shown on the
left.
Display list of guidance points in the itinerary
Symbols and buttons on the map
Estimated time of arrival/remaining time
to arrival
Set a final destination/waypoint
Distance to destination
Cancel guidance
Compass/switches between north and
vehicle's direction of travel up
Shows list of the itinerary's points of interest (POI1) and traffic information
Start
Next maneuver
Destination
Itinerary and alternative route
Switch map view from 2D to 3D
Reset map to follow the vehicle
Point of Interest (POI1)
Traffic information
Minimize (expanded view) or maximize
the map (full screen)
The vehicle on the planned route
Minimize toolbar
Destination
Related information
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•
•
•
Information cards in the navigation system* (p. 6)
Traffic disruptions on map (p. 21)
Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI)
(p. 23)
Show traffic disruptions along the route
(p. 22)
Repeat most recent voice guidance
Minimize toolbar
Calculate a new route
Voice guidance temporarily On/Off
1
Point of Interest
* Option/accessory.
5
NAVIGATION
Information cards in the navigation
system*
All icons on the map, such as destinations,
waypoints and stored favorites, have an information card that can be opened by tapping
the icon.
Press the information card once to display a
small card, and press twice to display a larger
card with more information. The information
and possible options vary depending on the
type of icon.
•
Viewing points of interest along the route
(p. 20)
Navigation system* in center
display
The navigation system can be presented and
controlled in several different ways, e.g. via
the center display.
For example, when a POI(2) is highlighted, the
driver can select e.g.:
• Start navigation - save the location as a
destination
• Add as waypoint - the position is saved
as an intermediate destination (only displayed at the specified destination)
• Save - the position is saved in the library
• Remove from itinerary - the position is
removed if it is included in the itinerary
• Nearby POI - points of interest close to
the car's position are shown
Related information
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•
Itinerary (p. 19)
Entering a POI as a destination (p. 16)
2 Point
6
All settings for the navigation system can be
changed in the center display. The driver can
select how the map should be displayed or
enter a destination here.
of Interest
* Option/accessory.
NAVIGATION
If the map image is not shown in the center
display, tap the top tile (for the navigation system).
Where am I?
What is the vehicle's current geographic location?
•
Tap the vehicle symbol (blue triangle) on
the map to display information directly on
the map.
Find the vehicle symbol on the map
After zooming out/in or moving the
map, it may be difficult to find the
vehicle's location on the map again.
Tap the crosshairs to reset the map
to follow the vehicle symbol.
North or direction of travel facing up
on the map
There are two ways to show the
vehicle's movement in relation to the
map. Tap the symbols to toggle
between the vehicle's direction of
travel or north shown facing up on
the map.
When the map is shown with north
facing up, the vehicle symbol moves in the
actual compass direction on the map. If the
vehicle is moving west, it will be shown moving left on the map (east is right, south is
down, etc.).
When the vehicle symbol is pointing up, the
map rotates under the vehicle symbol following the turns made by the vehicle. The compass symbol indicates which direction is north
(N) on the map and the direction in which the
front of the vehicle is pointing is shown in the
center of the compass:
Compass symbols
Compass direction
N
North
NE
Northeast
E
East
SE
Southeast
S
South
SW
Southwest
W
West
NW
Northwest
2D or 3D view
Tap the symbols to toggle between
2D and 3D display.
With 3D display, the vehicle's direction of
travel is always up. The map rotates under the
vehicle symbols following the turns made by
the vehicle. The compass indicates which
direction is north (N) on the map and the
direction in which the front of the vehicle is
pointing is shown in the center of the compass: The map scale is not shown in 3D mode.
With 2D display, the map is shown with north
facing up, and the vehicle symbols moves in
the actual compass direction on the map.
Zoom in
To make the map larger, tap the center display
twice in quick succession with one finger or
place two fingers on the center display and
move them apart ("stretch").
Zoom out
To make the map smaller, tap the center display once with two fingers or place two fingers on the center display and move them
together ("pinch").
Scroll
Place one finger on the map, swipe in the
desired direction and release. The scroll function is only possible with the map in maximized view, not minimized.
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Change the headers displayed
Maximize the map and tap the map heading at
the top of the center display. The following
headers can be displayed on the map:
1.
Destination Destination, arrival time (ETA)
or remaining travel time (RTA) and distance to destination (Distance). For more
information on selecting ETA or RTA, see
"Route settings and guidance".
Navigation system* in the
instrument panel
accepted or dismissed before the menu can
be displayed.
The navigation system can be presented and
controlled in several different ways, e.g. via
the instrument panel.
2. Current position as address (Address) or
as coordinates (Coordinates). When coordinates are shown, altitude is also shown
(Altitude). To choose between address
and coordinates, see section "Map settings".
Related information
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•
•
•
•
Navigation system* settings (p. 24)
The map is only shown on the 12" instrument panel.
Navigation system* in the instrument
panel (p. 8)
While driving, the driver receives voice guidance and instructions on the instrument panel.
Map guidance in the instrument panel can
also be activated without entering a destination.
Navigation system* in head-up display*
(p. 9)
Route settings and guidance (p. 25)
Map settings (p. 25)
The right-side steering wheel keypad
and instrument panel
Some of the navigation system's functions,
such as Take me home and Cancel
guidance, can be controlled using the rightside steering wheel keypad. If a message is
displayed in the instrument panel, it must be
8
Open/close the menu. The menu will close
automatically after a period of inactivity or
after certain selections.
Scroll among the menus.
Scroll among selections in a menu.
Confirm or mark a selection.
Related information
•
•
•
Activating and deactivating the navigation
system* in the instrument panel (p. 9)
Navigation system* in center display (p. 6)
Navigation system* in head-up display*
(p. 9)
* Option/accessory.
NAVIGATION
Activating and deactivating the
navigation system* in the
instrument panel
The navigation system will be automatically
displayed in the instrument panel when a
destination is set. The navigation system can
also be displayed without entering a destination.
1. Pull down the center display's Top view.
Navigation system* in head-up
display*
Voice control for navigation
system*
The navigation system can be presented and
controlled in several different ways, e.g. via
the head-up display.
If your vehicle is equipped with Sensus
Navigation, you can use voice commands to
control parts of your navigation system.
Start navigation
Here is an introduction to how you can begin
using voice commands to control the navigation system in your vehicle.
2. Tap Settings.
3. Tap My Car
Information.
Displays
To activate a navigation command
Driver Display
–
4. Tap the Show Map radio button to display the navigation system in the instrument panel without entering a destination.
Related information
•
Navigation system* in the instrument
panel (p. 8)
Navigation system in windshield.
The driver can also get guidance and information from the navigation system in the head-up
display on the lower section of the windshield.
You can make settings to specify if the navigation system should be shown in the head-up
display, as well as the position of the information field.
Related information
•
•
Navigation system* in center display (p. 6)
Press the steering wheel keypad's voice
control button
.
> You can now give commands, e.g.
"Navigation", which will start a navigation dialog and show examples of commands.
Using voice control to get directions to
an address
To get directions to a specific address, use the
command Go to followed by the address. It is
important that the address is given in the right
order. To use voice control for route guidance
to an address, the address must be said in the
following order: (1) street address, (2) house
number, (3) city, as shown in the following
example.
Navigation system* in the instrument
panel (p. 8)
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* Option/accessory.
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NAVIGATION
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1.
Give the command Go to.
> You can now say the address you
would like route guidance to.
2. Say the street, e.g. Lombard Street"
3. Say the house number, e.g. "five"
4. Say the city, e.g. "San Francisco"
> The full command will then be: "Go to
Lombard Street 5, San Francisco". Provided the address is found in the system, the navigation system will now
provide route guidance to the address.
Using voice control for route guidance to
an address in another country or another
state
Your navigation system uploads sets of maps
for the country or state it believes your vehicle
is located in. This means that for accurate
route guidance across country or state borders, you need to first tell the system in which
country or state the address you would like
route guidance to is located. You do this by
using the command Change country or
Change state. (Command Change state is
primarily used in the US. In the example
below, command Change country is used.)
3 Point
10
Of Interest
1.
Give the command Change country.
> You can now input the country in which
the address you would like route guidance to is located, e.g. "Canada".
2. Now input the address you want route
guidance to by following the above procedure for "Using voice control for route
guidance to an address".
> In this scenario, the full command is
divided into two sub-commands:
1. "Change country, Canada"
2. "Go to Hastings Street, Vancouver"
If the address is found in the system,
the navigation system will now provide
route guidance to Hastings Street, Vancouver, Canada
NOTE
After you have changed country, try to pronounce the address you want route guidance to in the destination country's language. This is required because the system
automatically switches to the recognition
language of the selected country.
Using voice control for route guidance
to an address set as Home
If you have set an address as a Home location
in your navigation system, you can use a voice
command to receive route guidance to the
location.
–
Give the command Take me home.
> If the navigation system has a home
location saved, you will now receive
route guidance to the location.
Using voice control for route guidance
to a place, store or other specific
business without inputting an exact
address
Your navigation system can provide route
guidance to specific places or types of businesses, which are referred to in the system as
"points of interest" (POI3). Examples of points
of interest are restaurants, hotels, gasoline
stations, museums and tourist attractions.
Use the command Search to search for a
point of interest. You can search for a specific
point of interest or for categories of points of
interest.
NAVIGATION
NOTE
It is important to use the right command
for the option you would like route guidance for. When you want route guidance to
a point of interest, use the Search command. The command is different for route
guidance to specific addresses. Then you
should use the Go to command instead.
Searching for a specific place or business
Here, [POI name] refers to a specific place or
business (a point of interest), e.g. a hotel, a
restaurant, a city park, etc.
1.
Give the command Search.
> You can now say the specific point of
interest you would like route guidance
to.
2. Say [POI name], e.g. "Golden Gate
Bridge"
> The full command will then be:
"Search Golden Gate Bridge". If the
point of interest is found in the system,
the navigation system will now provide
route guidance to the location.
Searching for a point of interest category,
e.g. stores, hotels, restaurants, museums
or other tourist attractions or businesses.
Here, [POI category] refers to specific types
of places or businesses (points of interest),
e.g. hotels, restaurants, museums, etc.
1.
Give the command Search.
> You can now say the type of point of
interest you would like to find and
receive route guidance to.
2. Say [POI category], e.g. "restaurant"
> In this case, the full command will be:
"Search restaurant". The navigation
system will now search for restaurants
around and in the vicinity of the vehicle
and display a list of these in your instrument panel. The displayed list will provide suggestions from the system
based on your command. Relevant categories and nearby results will be
shown at the top of the list, followed by
other suggestions in order of relevance.
Since we are looking for a category in
this example, it may be a good idea to
select the category option that most
closely matches your search.
3. Select the category from the list that best
matches what you searched for, in this
case "restaurant(s)", by saying the row
number shown in the instrument panel for
that option.
> You can now see your search results
and select an option.
Using voice control to cancel route
guidance
You can use voice commands to cancel route
guidance, including all waypoints and the final
destination.
–
Give the command Clear itinerary.
> The navigation system will cancel route
guidance and delete the final destination and all waypoints along the route.
Inputing zip codes and house numbers
Number commands can be given in different
ways depending on the function to be controlled:
•
Zip codes should be given by stating each
number individually, e.g. "zero three one
two two four four three" (03122443).
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Addresses can be given by stating each
number individually or in a group, e.g. two
two or twenty-two (22). You can also
state the numbers in hundreds, e.g. 19
hundred 22 (1922). For English and Dutch
language settings, groups of numbers can
also be said in sequence, e.g. twenty-two
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twenty-two (22 22). For English, double
or triple digits can also be used, e.g. double zero (00). Numbers in the range
0-2300 can be used.
Related information
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Voice control command list for the navigation system* (p. 12)
Voice control command list for the
navigation system*
Several of the navigation system's functions
can be activated with voice commands. Here
is a list of these.
Tap
on the right-side steering wheel keypad and say one of the following commands:
restaurants)4. To sort the list along the
route, say "Along the route" when the list
of results is displayed.
•
"Navigation" - Starts a navigation dialog
and displays examples of commands.
"Search [POI category] in [city]" Searches for POIs in a certain category
and city. The list of results is sorted based
on the center point of the city. Example
"Search restaurant in San Francisco".
•
"Take me home" - Guidance is provided
to the location set as Home.
"Search [POI name]". Example "Search
Zuni Café".
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•
"Go to [city]" - Inputs a city as a destination, e.g. "Go to San Francisco".
"Change country/Change state5,6" Changes the search area for navigation.
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"Go to [address]" - Inputs an address as
a destination. An address must contain
city and street. e.g. "Go to Filbert Street 5,
San Francisco".
"Show favorites" – Displays stored locations in the instrument panel.
•
"Clear itinerary" - Deletes all stored waypoints and destinations in an itinerary.
•
"Add intersection" - Starts a dialog to
input two streets. The destination will then
be the intersection of these two streets.
"Repeat voice guidance" - Repeats the
most recent guidance instruction.
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•
"Turn off voice guidance" - Guidance off.
•
•
•
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"Go to [zip code]" - Input a zip code as
the destination. e.g. "Go to 1 2 3 4 5".
•
"Go to [contact]" - Input an address from
the phone book as the destination. Example "Go to Robyn Smith".
•
"Search [POI category]" - Search Points
of Interest (POI) in a certain category (e.g.
"Turn on voice guidance" - Guidance on.
4 The user can choose to call the POI or enter it as a destination.
5 For European countries, "country" is used instead of "state".
6 For Brazil and India, search area is changed in the center display.
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* Option/accessory.
NAVIGATION
The following commands can usually be used
in any situation:
•
"Repeat" - repeats the most recent voice
command in the current dialog.
•
"Help" - initiates a help dialog. The system responds with commands that can be
used in the current situation, an instruction or an example.
•
Voice control can be canceled when the
system is silent and when it is speaking.
• "Cancel" – cancels the dialog when
the system is silent.
•
Press and hold
until you hear two
beeps – cancels the dialog even if the
system is speaking.
Addresses
When an address is entered, the search area is
defined as the search area that is preset in the
navigation system. You can change to another
search area. If the new search area has a different language than the set system language,
the system will automatically switch to
another recognition engine. Because of this,
the address should be given in the language
used in the new search area.
NOTE
Note that addresses are searchable only
for the country or state the navigation system is set to. To search for addresses in
another country or state, you must first
change the search area.
Related information
•
Voice control for navigation system* (p. 9)
Entering a destination directly on
the map
A destination can be specified in different
ways in the navigation system* – tapping a
point on the map with your finger is one of
them.
It is often easiest to scroll to the desired position on the map and tap it.
1.
Make sure the map is in full-screen mode.
2. Scroll to the desired location on the map.
3. Press and hold the location. An icon will
be created and a menu will appear.
4. Select Go here to start guidance.
Deleting the icon
To delete the location's icon:
•
Select Delete
Changing the icon's location
To change the location of the icon:
•
Press and hold the icon, drag it to the
desired location and then release it.
Related information
•
•
Itinerary (p. 19)
Entering a destination using an address
(p. 14)
•
Entering a destination with a free text
search (p. 15)
•
Entering a POI as a destination (p. 16)
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* Option/accessory.
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NAVIGATION
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Entering a destination using Recent/
Favorites/Library (p. 17)
Entering a destination using an
address
the vehicle's navigation system via the Volvo
On Call app.
•
Entering a destination with Send to Car
(p. 18)
Related information
•
Route settings and guidance (p. 25)
There are several ways to set a destination in
the navigation system*. Entering an address
is one of them.
1. When the map appears, expand the toolbar using the down arrow on the left-hand
side and tap Set dest.
•
•
3. It is not necessary to fill in all of the fields.
For guidance to a city, for example, you
only need to fill in the city and country.
You will then be guided to the center of
the city.
Entering a destination directly on the map
(p. 13)
•
Entering a destination with a free text
search (p. 15)
•
•
Entering a POI as a destination (p. 16)
•
Entering a destination with Send to Car
(p. 18)
> The map will switch to free text search.
2. Tap Address.
Itinerary (p. 19)
•
•
Entering a destination using Recent/
Favorites/Library (p. 17)
Route settings and guidance (p. 25)
Information cards in the navigation system* (p. 6)
4. Select any available field and use the center display's keyboard to type:
•
•
•
•
•
Country/State/Province
City/Territory/Zip code
Address
Number
Junction
For vehicles with Volvo On Call, it is also possible to send addresses and destinations to
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* Option/accessory.
NAVIGATION
Entering a destination with a free
text search
A destination can be set in different ways in
the navigation system* - with free text
searching, for example, a search can be made
using phone numbers, postal codes, streets,
cities, coordinates and points of interest
(POI7).
The center display's keyboard can be used to
type most characters and to search for destinations.
1.
3. If the search provided the desired result
– tap a search result to display its information card and select to continue using the
search result.
If the search provided too many results
– tap Advanced filter to select a position
to search around and then select a search
result to continue using it:
Either a dot [.] or a comma [,] can be used.
• Around vehicle.
• Around destination – only displayed if
•
•
• Along route – only displayed if a desti-
Related information
Coordinates
A destination can also be entered using map
coordinates.
•
Enter coordinates, e.g. "N 58.1234 E
12.5678" and tap Search.
Itinerary (p. 19)
Entering a destination directly on the map
(p. 13)
•
Entering a destination using an address
(p. 14)
•
•
Entering a POI as a destination (p. 16)
•
Entering a destination with Send to Car
(p. 18)
•
Route settings and guidance (p. 25)
nation has been set.
• Around point on map.
2. Enter a search word in the search box or
limit the search results by choosing a filter.
> The search results will be listed as you
type.
58,1234-12,5678 (with hyphen without
compass direction)
a destination has been set.
When the map appears, expand the toolbar using the down arrow on the left-hand
side and tap Set dest.
> The map will switch to free text search.
58,1234N 12,5678E (with compass directions after the coordinates)
Entering a destination using Recent/
Favorites/Library (p. 17)
Compass directions N, E, S and W can be
entered in different ways, e.g.:
N 58,1234 E 12,5678 (with space)
N58,1234 E12,5678 (without space)
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Point of Interest
* Option/accessory.
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NAVIGATION
Entering a POI as a destination
A destination can be specified in different
ways in the navigation system* - selecting a
point of interest (POI8) is one of them.
1. When the map appears, expand the toolbar using the down arrow on the left-hand
side and tap Set dest.
Which POI are shown on the map can be
changed via the map settings. This setting
does not affect searches for POI to be used as
destinations (even POI that have not been
selected for display can be shown here as
alternate destinations).
•
Entering a destination using Recent/
Favorites/Library (p. 17)
•
Entering a destination with Send to Car
(p. 18)
•
Map settings (p. 25)
Certain POI will only appear on the map if the
scale is greater than 1 km (1 mile).
NOTE
> The map will switch to free text search.
2. Tap POI.
3. Tap the desired filter (some alternatives
are only shown when a destination or
waypoint is specified):
•
•
•
•
•
Near the vehicle
•
The symbols, number and variants of
POIs vary between different markets.
•
In connection with map data updating,
some symbols may be added and others disappear – all symbols for the
map system in question can be found
through the menu system.
Near the destination
Near waypoint
Related information
Along route
•
•
Around point on map
Itinerary (p. 19)
Entering a destination directly on the map
(p. 13)
4. Scroll to the desired POI and select it.
> The information card will appear.
•
5. Select Start navigation or Add as
waypoint.
Entering a destination using an address
(p. 14)
•
Entering a destination with a free text
search (p. 15)
Many POI (e.g. restaurants) have sub-categories (e.g. fast food).
8 Point
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of Interest
* Option/accessory.
NAVIGATION
Entering a destination using
Recent/Favorites/Library
Use Edit to delete one or more items in the
list.
A destination can be specified in different
ways in the navigation system* - selecting
from a list is one of them.
1. When the map appears, expand the toolbar using the down arrow on the left-hand
side and tap Set dest.
Favorites
This is a list of the locations from the Library
that have been set as favorites. Scroll through
the list and select.
> The map will switch to free text search.
2. Select one of these lists at the top of the
screen:
• Recent
• Favorites
• Library
After an option in a list has been marked, it
can be added as a destination by tapping
either the Start navigation or Add as
waypoint button.
Recent
This is a list of previous searches. Scroll
through the list and select.
This is also available as a menu option in the
instrument panel and can be displayed using
the right-side steering wheel keypad.
A position that has been deleted in Favorites
will remain in Library, but with a grayed-out
star. To return a position to Favorites, go to
Library and mark the position's star again.
Use Set Home address to program a frequently used destination. An entered Home
destination is also available as a menu option
in the instrument panel and can be displayed
using the right-side steering wheel keypad.
Use Edit to delete one or more items in the
list.
Library
This is a list of saved locations and itineraries.
The most recently saved will be shown at the
top of the list.
Tap the location's star to select/deselect it as
a favorite. A location with a selected (filled in)
star will also be displayed under the Favorites
heading.
If a location is deleted in Library, it will also be
deleted in Favorites.
The Library can be sorted in various ways:
• Added - sort in chronological order.
• Name - sort in alphabetical order.
• Distance - sort according to distance
from the vehicle's current location.
• Received - locations sent to the vehicle
using the Send to Car function will be filtered out. New unread locations have a
BLUE marker that is grayed out once the
positions have been read.
Use Edit to delete one or more items in the
list.
To edit a stored location in Library, mark the
location in the list and select Edit position.
You can, for example, change the name of the
location, move it on the map by dragging and
dropping it, or add a phone number or email
address.
Related information
•
•
Itinerary (p. 19)
Entering a destination directly on the map
(p. 13)
•
Entering a destination using an address
(p. 14)
•
Entering a destination with a free text
search (p. 15)
•
Entering a POI as a destination (p. 16)
}}
* Option/accessory.
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NAVIGATION
•
Entering a destination with Send to Car
(p. 18)
Entering a destination with Send
to Car
2. Select how you would like to use the location.
•
Route settings and guidance (p. 25)
A destination can be specified in different
ways in the navigation system* – using the
Send to Car function is one of them.
Using a stored location
Received locations are saved in the navigation
system's library for later use.
Sending a location to the vehicle
Related information
Send to Car is a function that makes it possible to add a destination/location to the vehicle's navigation system from a computer.
•
•
Itinerary (p. 19)
Entering a destination directly on the map
(p. 13)
Send to Car can also be used from the Volvo
On Call app.
•
Entering a destination using an address
(p. 14)
To use Send to Car, a Volvo ID must be registered to the vehicle.
•
Entering a destination with a free text
search (p. 15)
An example of a map service provider for
which Send to Car can be used is
wego.here.com
•
•
Receiving and using a location in the
vehicle
•
Entering a POI as a destination (p. 16)
Entering a destination using Recent/
Favorites/Library (p. 17)
Route settings and guidance (p. 25)
In order for the vehicle to receive data, it must
be connected to the Internet. If the location
was sent to the vehicle using Volvo On Call,
the vehicle's integrated modem will be used to
receive the data, i.e. no other Internet connection is required.
1.
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When the vehicle has received a location,
a notification will appear in the center display. Tap the notification/symbol.
> An information card will open.
* Option/accessory.
NAVIGATION
Itinerary
Viewing an itinerary
The itinerary is the route that the navigation
system* suggests when the user enters a
destination.
The first location set will be the itinerary's destination (final destination).
It is possible to show the itinerary in the navigation system* during road navigation.
2.
Tap the Itinerary symbol to open the itinerary.
The next locations set will be the itinerary's
waypoints (intermediate stops along the
route).
Related information
•
•
•
An itinerary and its destination and waypoints
can be easily edited at any time.
Editing or clearing an itinerary (p. 20)
Viewing alternative routes (p. 20)
Show guidance in the itinerary (p. 21)
Related information
•
•
•
•
Viewing an itinerary (p. 19)
Editing or clearing an itinerary (p. 20)
Viewing alternative routes (p. 20)
Show guidance in the itinerary (p. 21)
1.
During guidance, expand the toolbar using
the down arrow and then the three dots.
* Option/accessory.
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NAVIGATION
Editing or clearing an itinerary
Viewing alternative routes
It is possible to remove waypoints or the
entire itinerary in the navigation system*
while guidance is being provided.
1. Expand the toolbar using the down arrow
first and then the three dots.
It is possible to search for alternate routes in
the navigation system* while guidance is
being provided.
1. Expand the toolbar using the down arrow
first and then the three dots.
2.
2.
Viewing points of interest along
the route
A list of points of interest (POI9) along your
route can be displayed in the navigation system*.
1.
Tap the Itinerary symbol to open the itinerary.
3. Tap the recycling bin to delete a waypoint
from the itinerary or tap Clear itinerary to
delete the entire itinerary.
Tap the Itinerary symbol to open the itinerary.
3. Tap Alternative routes.
4. Select an alternative route:
• Eco
• Fast
• Scenic
Related information
•
•
•
Viewing alternative routes (p. 20)
Viewing points of interest along the route
(p. 20)
Show guidance in the itinerary (p. 21)
5. Tap the map.
> The updated route will be displayed on
the map and guidance will resume.
2. Tap POI.
> POIs along the route are displayed
according to their distance from the
vehicle.
3. If there are multiple POIs in the same
location, they will be displayed as a group.
Tap the group for a list of the POIs.
4. Select a POI.
5. Select one of the information card's
options and follow the instructions.
Related information
•
Information cards in the navigation system* (p. 6)
•
Map settings (p. 25)
Related information
•
•
20
Editing or clearing an itinerary (p. 20)
Tap Ahead.
Show traffic disruptions along the route
(p. 22)
•
Selecting a detour in the navigation system* (p. 22)
•
Route settings and guidance (p. 25)
* Option/accessory.
NAVIGATION
Show guidance in the itinerary
Traffic disruptions on map10
A list of coming guidance points helps the
driver prepare in advance for upcoming
maneuvers, e.g. moving into the correct lane
before making a turn.
To display a list of upcoming turns in the itinerary in the navigation system*:
The navigation system* receives information
on traffic events and traffic disruptions and
displays these on the map.
1.
Expand the toolbar using the down arrow
on the left-hand side.
2. Expand the toolbar further using the three
dots.
3. Tap the Turn-by-Turn symbol (see
image).
A list of guidance points on the itinerary will be
displayed instead of the toolbar (you can scroll
through the list). Tap the arrow pointing to the
left to minimize the list.
The next guidance point is always shown at
the top of the list.
Tap one of the guidance points in the
list to show the location on the map.
Tap the map's crosshairs (see image)
to return to the map guidance view,
where the map shows the vehicle's current
location.
9 Point
NOTE
Traffic information is not available in all
areas/countries.
Coverage areas for traffic information is
continuously extended.
It is possible to make settings to determine
which traffic-related information is shown on
the map.
Traffic disruptions, such as congested and
slow-moving traffic, road work and accidents,
are shown with different symbols when the
map is zoomed in.
Road construction, for example, is
indicated by this symbol. Sections of
road with major traffic disruptions
are also shown with a red line on the
side of the road affected. The line also indicates which direction of traffic is affected. If
the disruption affects both directions of traffic,
the section of road is marked with red lines on
both sides of the road.
Information on traffic disruptions
– Tap the traffic disruption symbol.
> An information card will be displayed.
Information may include e.g. the location of the traffic disruption with the
street name/road number and its type/
extent/duration.
Avoiding traffic disruptions
If there are traffic disruptions along the route,
the Avoid option can be selected. The system
will then calculate an alternate route.
Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI)11
If the vehicle is connected to the Internet,
enhanced traffic information can be retrieved
using RTTI12.
Related information
•
•
•
Traffic information settings (p. 26)
Map settings (p. 25)
Show traffic disruptions along the route
(p. 22)
•
Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI)
(p. 23)
•
Information cards in the navigation system* (p. 6)
of Interest
* Option/accessory.
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NAVIGATION
Show traffic disruptions along the
route
A list of traffic disruptions along the route can
be shown when a destination has been
entered in the navigation system*.
1. When the map appears, expand the leftside toolbar using the down arrow and
then the three dots.
Related information
•
•
•
•
Traffic disruptions on map (p. 21)
Traffic information settings (p. 26)
Information cards in the navigation system* (p. 6)
Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI)
(p. 23)
Selecting a detour in the
navigation system*
Select a detour to avoid the next section of
the route, e.g. if the road is closed.
1. Expand the left-side toolbar using the
down arrow and then the three dots.
2.
2.
Tap Ahead.
3. Tap Traffic. If there are no traffic problems
along your route, the traffic button will be
grayed out.
> Any traffic problems along the route
will be displayed according to their distance from the vehicle.
4. For additional information about a traffic
disruption, tap the row to open an information card. Select one of the information
card's options and follow the instructions.
3. To accept the suggested detour: Tap the
sign with the detour information. The
route is also accepted if you begin driving
the suggested route. Once the suggestion
has been accepted, guidance will resume
using the detour as the new route. If you
do not accept the suggestion, continue
driving the original route.
5. Tap Avoid to avoid the traffic disruption.
> The route will be recalculated and guidance will begin for the new route.
Instead of choosing Detour, you can instead
select another route and leave your itinerary's
current route. The system will update the
10
11
12
22
Tap the Detour symbol to display an alternate route with information on the new
distance and estimated travel time. Normally, only short detours are suggested to
take you quickly back to your original itinerary.
Only available in certain markets.
Only available in certain markets.
Real Time Traffic Information
* Option/accessory.
NAVIGATION
route automatically and continue guidance to
your destination along the most suitable route.
Real Time Traffic Information
(RTTI)13
It is also possible to display an alternative
route while driving.
When the vehicle is connected to the Internet, the driver can access enhanced traffic
information (RTTI14) about traffic congestion,
closed roads and other circumstances that
could affect travel time.
If the RTTI service is activated, information
about traffic events and flow is continuously
retrieved from an online service. When a vehicle requests traffic flow information, anonymous data about traffic flow in the vehicle's
location is also provided, which helps enable
the service to function. Anonymous data is
only sent when RTTI is activated. If the service
is not activated, no data will be provided.
Related information
•
Viewing alternative routes (p. 20)
The service may need to be reactivated e.g.
following certain software updates, after a
workshop visit or when creating a new driver
profile.
Current traffic information is shown in the navigation system* for highways/freeways, major
roads, secondary roads and in some cases
urban routes.
Text and symbols on the map are displayed in
the usual way and the traffic flow shows how
fast the traffic is moving on a road in comparison with the road's speed limit. The traffic
flow is shown on the map on each side of the
road with a colored line in each direction.
•
•
•
•
Green - no disturbances.
Orange - slow-moving traffic.
Red - congestion/traffic jam/accident.
Black - road closed.
NOTE
Traffic information is not available in all
areas/countries.
Coverage areas for traffic information is
continuously extended.
Related information
•
Activating and deactivating enhanced traffic information (p. 24)
The amount of traffic information shown on
the map depends on the distance to the vehicle and is only shown within approximately
120 km (75 miles) from the vehicle's location.
13
14
Certain markets only.
Real Time Traffic Information
* Option/accessory.
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NAVIGATION
Activating and deactivating
enhanced traffic information15
When the vehicle is connected to the Internet, the driver can access enhanced traffic
information (RTTI16) in the navigation system*.
To activate or deactivate RTTI:
1.
Tap Settings in the center display's Top
view.
2. Tap Navigation
2. Tap Navigation Traffic and uncheck
Show Free Flowing Traffic.
Related information
•
Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI)
(p. 23)
•
Traffic information settings (p. 26)
Navigation system* settings
Select settings for how the route and other
information should be presented in the navigation system.
Settings
Settings can be personalized in the following
areas:
• Map - manages the content and appearance of the map.
Traffic.
3. Select Real Time Traffic Information to
activate (replace regular traffic information
with RTTI) or deactivate RTTI.
4. One pop-up window with the heading
Terms and conditions and one with the
heading Data sharing will appear if RTTI
is being used for the first time.
If the vehicle's Internet connection is lost
when RTTI is activated, regular traffic information will be automatically activated. RTTI will
be reactivated when the vehicle is once again
connected to the Internet.
Navigation
• Route and Guidance - handles guidance
and how routes are calculated and displayed.
• Traffic - manages traffic information.
Related information
•
•
•
Map settings (p. 25)
Route settings and guidance (p. 25)
Traffic information settings (p. 26)
Deactivating green lines
To stop display of the green lines indicating
that there are no traffic disturbances:
1.
15
16
24
Tap Settings in the Top view.
Certain markets only.
Real Time Traffic Information
* Option/accessory.
NAVIGATION
Map settings
• Auto - the system will switch between
Day and Night depending on the ambient
light in the passenger compartment.
The following settings determine how the
map is displayed in the navigation system*.
Settings
Navigation
Map
Settings can be personalized in the following
areas:
•
•
•
•
•
Position Format
Map Display Format
Show Speed Cameras
Show Favorites
Point of Interest (POI)
Position Format
Select Position Format to designate/display
the current location on the map using its
address or its coordinates:
• Address
• Coordinates and Altitude
Map Display Format
Select Map Display Format to choose background lighting for the map:
• Day - bright colors.
• Night - dark colors for better night vision.
17
18
19
20
Speed cameras17
Select Show Speed Cameras to display
speed cameras on the map.
Favorites
To display Favorites on the map, select.
Point of Interest (POI18)
Select POIs to be displayed on the map under
Point of Interest (POI). Tap on the desired
category, e.g. "Transportation", and then
select show all or specific sub categories. Tap
Back or Close to exit the menu.
Related information
•
•
•
•
•
•
Route settings and guidance
Settings for how the route is calculated and
how guidance is presented in the navigation
system* are selected here.
Settings Navigation
Guidance
Route and
Settings can be personalized in the following
areas:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Arrival Time Format
Voice Guidance Level
Choose Default Route Type
Route Learning
Avoidance Settings
Propose Gas Station
Navigation system* settings (p. 24)
Arrival Time Format
Route settings and guidance (p. 25)
Choose how arrival time will be displayed:
Traffic information settings (p. 26)
• ETA19 (estimated time of arrival at the
Viewing points of interest along the route
(p. 20)
Entering a POI as a destination (p. 16)
Entering a destination using Recent/
Favorites/Library (p. 17)
destination)
• RTA20 (remaining time to arrival at destination)
Times are displayed according to the time
zone of the destination.
This function is not available on all markets.
Point of Interest
Estimated Time of Arrival
Remaining Time to Arrival
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* Option/accessory.
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NAVIGATION
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Voice Guidance Level
Avoid
Traffic information settings
1.
Tap Avoidance Settings to open a menu of
options to automatically avoid (if possible)
when calculating a route. Possible selections
include tunnels, ferries, congestion charge
zones, etc.
The following settings determine how traffic
information21 is presented in the navigation
system*.
Suggest service station
Settings can be personalized in the following
areas:
Tap Voice Guidance Level.
2. Tap desired voice guidance:
• None (no automatic voice guidance,
but guidance can be manually requested once)
• Low (only one message per guidance
point)
• Medium (up to 3 messages per guidance point, with limited information
provided)
• Full (up to 4 messages per guidance
point and all available information provided)
Choose Default Route Type
Select the default type of route to be used:
Fast
•
• Eco
• Scenic (highways/freeways are avoided
whenever possible; note that this could
lead to longer travel times)
It is also possible to display an alternative
route while driving.
Route Learning
Select Route Learning to allow data to be
collected to optimize route calculations.
21
26
Tap Propose Gas Station to activate or deactivate the display of suggestions for nearby
service stations in the instrument panel when
fuel level is low.
Related information
•
•
•
•
Navigation system* settings (p. 24)
Settings
•
•
•
•
Navigation
Traffic
Show and Handle Traffic Events
Avoid Traffic Events
Show Free Flowing Traffic
Real Time Traffic Information
Map settings (p. 25)
Show & Handle Traffic Events
Traffic information settings (p. 26)
Select to display traffic events on the map and
use this information to calculate routes:
Viewing alternative routes (p. 20)
• None
• Major
• All types
Avoid Traffic Events
Select to avoid traffic problems when calculating routes.
• Never
• Ask - (suggestions for alternate routes will
be provided when available during the trip)
•
Always
Certain markets only.
* Option/accessory.
NAVIGATION
Show Free Flowing Traffic
Map updating
Select Show Free Flowing Traffic to show
this on the map.
MapCare is a free map update service for
Volvo vehicles equipped with Sensus Navigation*.
Using RTTI22
Select Real Time Traffic Information to use
enhanced traffic information when the vehicle
is connected to the Internet (RTTI).
General update information
Related information
There are two ways to update maps. Either via
a computer and USB flash drive or directly
from the vehicle23 (if the vehicle has an Internet connection).
•
•
•
•
Navigation system* settings (p. 24)
Map settings (p. 25)
Route settings and guidance (p. 25)
Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI)
(p. 23)
Map updates can be done 2-12 times per year
(depending on market).
The vehicle's map is divided into a number of
fixed regions. When updating map data, the
driver does not need to update all of these
regions, but can instead choose to update only
one or more specific regions.
One or more regions can be updated when the
vehicle has an Internet connection. However,
updating a large number of regions or the
entire map requires a significant amount of
data, and it may be advisable to use a computer and USB flash drive instead.
22
23
NOTE
If an itinerary includes more than one
region, all regions should have the same
version number to enable the system to
calculate the best route to the destination.
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 of individual
regions 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, search for support information on
www.volvocars.com) or contact a Volvo
retailer.
Updating navigation system software
In addition to maps, the navigation system's
own software is under constant development
and needs to be updated occasionally. This
could mean that a recently downloaded map
is not supported by the current navigation system software. In such cases, a message will
be displayed indicating that the navigation
system software must be updated. Consult a
Certain markets only.
Only available in certain countries.
}}
* Option/accessory.
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NAVIGATION
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Volvo retailer for assistance with the update.
Your Volvo retailer can also assist with the
map update itself. Please note that although
the map update is free, the time required in
the workshop to complete the update may
incur costs.
Ask
Answer
How big is
an update?
This varies from market to
market. Detailed information
is provided in the map for
each market under support
information at
www.volvocars.com.
FAQs
Ask
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Answer
Can the
map data
platform be
changed
from e.g.
Europe to
North
America?
Yes, with some exceptions.
Contact a Volvo retailer for
up-to-date information.
How long
do map
updates
take?
This depends on the size of
the file(s) and the speed of
the Internet connection.
Information about the size of
the update (in MB) will be
displayed on the screen.
The update
is not
working.
What
should I
do?
Updating maps with a computer
and USB flash drive
New maps can be downloaded from the
Internet to a USB flash drive and then transferred from the flash drive to the vehicle's
navigation system*.
Preparations
Search for more support
information at
www.volvocars.com or contract a Volvo retailer.
Related information
•
Updating maps with a computer and USB
flash drive (p. 28)
•
Updating maps from a vehicle with Internet connection (p. 31)
•
Frequently Asked Questions regarding the
navigation system* (p. 32)
•
•
Computer/USB flash drive update
Navigation license agreements* (p. 33)
Navigation system* copyright (p. 39)
* Option/accessory.
NAVIGATION
5. Select the download link for either
Windows or Mac, depending on which
system you have.
USB flash drive
For use in updates, the USB flash drive must
meet the following requirements:
Parameter
Requirement
USB
standard:
At least 2.0
File system:
FAT32, exFAT or NFTS
Up to 128 GB
Capacity:
This varies from market to
market. Detailed information
is provided in the map for
each market under support
information at
www.volvocars.com.
Determining the current map version
3. Tap the arrow to expand the selected
region.
> Detailed map information will be displayed.
4. Make a note of the map information
shown under the map image.
Downloading map data from the
Internet to a USB flash drive
Make sure you have a USB flash drive and the
map information you noted down.
1.
Go to the Volvo Cars support page
(support.volvocars.com) on a computer
connected to the Internet and then select
to download maps under Downloads.
2. Choose the type of map you want to
update.
3. Tap the region to be updated.
> A map containing information about the
latest map data for the region will
appear.
1.
Tap Download Center in App view.
4. Verify that the map version is newer than
the version in the vehicle.
6. Select "Run" to install the download program.
7. Click "New download" to download the
map to a USB memory stick or to the
computer's hard drive.
8. You can verify that the download/copying
to the USB memory has worked correctly
before you install the map in the vehicle by
repeating steps 1-2 and then pressing
"Check downloads" in the download program.
The time required for the download varies
depending on the size of the map and the
speed of the Internet connection. It is possible
to verify that the data has been correctly
downloaded to the USB flash drive before
installing the map in the vehicle by selecting to
check the download status in the downloading program.
It is not advisable to download using a mobile
connection from a mobile device, or from a
device using a subscription that may have a
monthly limit on the amount of data that can
be used.
2. Tap Maps
> Available map regions are displayed.
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Transferring map data from the USB
flash drive to the vehicle
The time required to transfer data from the
USB flash drive to the vehicle varies depending on the size of the map data file. The
update can be done while driving. The navigation system can be used while updating a map
region, but it cannot be used during the
update of an entire map market, e.g. the EU. If
the transfer has not been completed when the
ignition is switched off, the update will continue the next time the vehicle is driven. It is
not necessary to be driving during the update,
but the ignition must be on. If the vehicle is
not driven during the update, battery assistance is recommended.
Updating
1. Activate the navigation system.
2. Connect the USB flash drive to the vehicle's USB port. If there are two USB ports,
the other port cannot be used at the same
time.
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3. The navigation system automatically
detects that an update is available and,
during the update of the whole map database, shows on the screen what percentage of the process is complete.
> When individual regions are updated,
the update will start immediately.
To start an update of the entire map
database, tap Confirm. Tap Cancel to
stop the installation.
4. Tap Confirm. The update of the entire
map database will begin and progress
information will be shown on the center
display.
5. The center display will indicate when the
update is finished. Remove the USB flash
drive from the port.
6. Restart the infotainment system.
7. Verify that the correct map data has been
transferred to the vehicle by repeating the
steps described above under "Determining the current map version".
NOTE
In order for the installation to start, the following criteria must be met:
•
Selected region is included on the system map. For example, only the region
Scandinavia can be downloaded if the
system already has a Europe map. If a
completely new map is downloaded,
the previous map will be overwritten.
•
The version for the selected region is
higher than that in the vehicle.
•
Selected region is compatible with the
car's software. If the update is not
compatible then new software will
need to be downloaded.
•
Selected region is compatible with
existing map. If the region is not compatible, the map must be replaced.
NAVIGATION
Interruptions
If an update is interrupted, an explanatory text
will always appear in the center display.
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,
e.g. when the engine
is started.
The USB flash
drive is removed
from the USB port
before the update
is finished?
The process will pause
and will continue automatically when the
USB flash drive is
reconnected to the
USB port.
For further details, search for support information on www.volvocars.com or contact a Volvo
retailer.
Related information
•
Updating maps from a vehicle with Internet connection (p. 31)
•
Map updating (p. 27)
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Updating maps from a vehicle with
Internet connection
The vehicle must be connected to the Internet.
The navigation system's* maps can be updated24 when the vehicle is connected to the
Internet.
1.
Remote update procedure.
Tap Download Center in App view.
> The app will start and a number shown
near Maps indicates the number of
available map updates for the specified
home region. This number will be displayed until a new search for updates
has been performed or until updates
have been installed.
2. Tap Maps.
3. Tap Install and then Confirm.
> The installation/update of the selected
map will begin.
For further details, search for support information on www.volvocars.com or contact a Volvo
retailer.
}}
Only available in certain countries.
* Option/accessory.
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Automatic map updates
Automatic home region updates can be
selected in Download Center.
1.
Tap Download Center in App view.
2. Tap Maps.
3. Automatic map updates can only be
selected for your home region. If the home
region is not already selected, tap the
down-arrow to expand the region.
> Detailed map information will be displayed.
4. Tap Set as home region.
5. Then scroll to the top of the list of regions,
where your selected home region will now
be shown.
6. Tap the down-arrow to expand the home
region.
7. Check the Auto update: box.
> When the vehicle is connected to the
Internet and a map update is available,
it will now be automatically downloaded to the vehicle.
If a map download is interrupted
If a map download has begun but the vehicle
was switched off before the download was
finished, the process will be paused and then
resumed automatically when the vehicle is
started again and connected to the Internet.
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If one or more updates were skipped or
missed, the update files may be too large to
be downloaded directly to the vehicle. In this
case, the files can be downloaded to a USB
flash drive and then transferred from the flash
drive to the vehicle.
Related information
•
Updating maps with a computer and USB
flash drive (p. 28)
•
Map updating (p. 27)
Frequently Asked Questions
regarding the navigation system*
Here are answers to some frequently asked
questions about the navigation system
Sensus Navigation.
The vehicle's location on the map is
not correct
The navigation system displays the vehicle's
location with an accuracy of approximately
20 meters (65 ft).
Accuracy may be reduced slightly when driving on a road that is parallel with another road,
winding roads, multi-level roads and long
stretches of road with no distinct curves.
High mountains, buildings, tunnels, viaducts,
interchanges, multi-level roads, etc. may also
affect the satellite signal reception, which may
also reduce the system's ability to accurately
calculate the vehicle's location.
The system does not always calculate
the fastest/shortest route
Route calculation takes into account factors
such as distance, road width, type of road,
traffic intensity and speed limits to find the
theoretically best possible route. Familiarity
with an area and experience may enable the
driver to find a more efficient route.
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The system uses e.g. toll roads or
highways even though I have chosen
to avoid them
When calculating longer routes over greater
distances, the system may choose major
roads for technical reasons.
If you have chosen to avoid toll roads and
highways, these will be avoided whenever
possible and only used when no other viable
option is available.
After being transported, the vehicle's
location on the map is not correct
If the vehicle is transported on e.g. a ferry or
train, or if satellite signals have been blocked
for some other reason, it may take up to
5 minutes before the vehicle's location can be
accurately calculated.
The vehicle symbol moves erratically
on the screen after changing tires
In addition to satellite signals, the vehicle's
speedometer and a gyroscopic sensor are also
used to calculate location, speed and direction
of travel. If any of the tires are changed, e.g. a
spare tire or snow tires have been installed,
the system needs to "learn" the new tire
dimensions.
To help ensure the system functions optimally,
Volvo recommends driving for a short period
on roads with good satellite reception (clear
view).
The map does not represent actual
road conditions
Because road changes/additions/rerouting,
new traffic regulations, etc. are always being
implemented, the map database may not be
up to date.
The database is continuously being updated
and improved. Check regularly for updates.
Navigation license agreements*
The following is information for the end-user
of the Sensus Navigation system.
END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
FOR DISTRIBUTION BY HERE
FOR THE AMERICAS/ASIA PACIFIC
The vehicle symbol jumps around or
spins
The system may need a few seconds to determine the vehicle's location before you start
driving.
Switch off both the navigation system and the
ignition. Restart but remain at a standstill for a
moment before driving.
The map information is not up to date
See the next heading.
Is the most recent map version
installed?
Map information is continuously being updated and improved. When updating maps via a
computer and USB, the vehicle's current map
version can be displayed. Check the map version in the vehicle and compare it with available map versions in the support information at
www.volvocars.com.
Related information
•
}}
Map updating (p. 27)
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Navigation system* copyright
For information on Copyright ©, see "Navigation license agreements".
Related information
•
•
Map updating (p. 27)
Navigation license agreements* (p. 33)
© 1987 – 2015 HERE. Tous droits réservés.
Related information
•
•
Map updating (p. 27)
Navigation system* copyright (p. 39)
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ADRESSE :
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INDEX
INDEX
A
Activating the system
Alternative route
Eco, Fast, Scenic
I
4
20
Itinerary
edit and delete
view
R
19
20
19
Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI)
23, 24
S
Copyright
33, 39
22
F
Frequently Asked Questions
License agreement
33
M
D
Detour
Send to Car
L
C
32
G
map navigation
in head-up display
in instrument panel
in the center display
9
8
6
Map options
25
Map view
25
Set destination
18
13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
settings
map options
route and guidance
traffic information
24
25
25
26
T
Traffic disruptions along the route
22
Traffic information
broadcast
26
21
Transporting vehicle
33
P
Guidance alternatives
25
POI
16, 20
U
Guidance options
24
Points of interest
16, 20
Guidance points in the Itinerary
21
Updating map data
27, 28, 31
41
INDEX
V
Voice control
Commands
map navigation
42
12
9
WARNING
California Proposition 65
Operating, servicing and maintaining a passenger vehicle can expose you to chemicals
including engine exhaust, carbon monoxide,
phthalates, and lead, which are known to
the State of California to cause cancer and
birth defects or other reproductive harm. To
minimize exposure, avoid breathing exhaust,
do not idle the engine except as necessary,
service your vehicle in a well ventilated area
and wear gloves or wash your hands frequently when servicing your vehicle. For
more information go to
www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/passengervehicle.
TP 30199 (English - USA & Canada), AT 1917, MY20, Copyright © 2000-2019 Volvo Car Corporation
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