Users´s manual NAVIGON Configuration Kit 5.0
Users´s manual
NAVIGON Configuration Kit 5.0
September 2005
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Users´s manual NAVIGON Configuration Kit 5.0
Table of contents
1
Introductions .............................................................. 5
1.1 Important safety information ................................................ 6
1.1.1 Safety information on navigation ............................. 6
1.1.2 Safety information on the GPS receiver .................... 7
1.1.3 Safety information on the installation in the vehicle.... 7
1.2 Search facilities and conventions ........................................... 8
1.3 Liability ............................................................................. 9
1.3.1 Support ............................................................... 9
1.4 Trademarks ....................................................................... 9
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Operating Mode and Installation............................... 11
2.1 Operating Mode of your Navigon Configuration Kit ................. 12
2.1.1 System requirements........................................... 14
2.1.2 Operating Mode of your navigation system.............. 16
2.2 Installation of the navigation system ................................... 17
2.2.1 Software installation ............................................ 17
2.2.2 Transferring maps ............................................... 19
2.2.3 Software registration and activation ....................... 19
2.2.4 Installation in the vehicle...................................... 20
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Operating the navigation software............................ 25
3.1 Starting NCK .................................................................... 26
3.2 User interface and basic functionality ................................... 28
3.2.1 Hardware keys.................................................... 28
3.2.2 Software keyboard .............................................. 29
3.2.3 Command buttons ............................................... 34
3.2.4 User modes ........................................................ 37
3.3 Indicating a destination ..................................................... 39
3.3.1 Entering an address............................................. 40
3.3.2 Selecting a point of interest .................................. 42
3.3.3 Selecting destinations from the contacts list ............ 47
3.3.4 Indication destinations on the map ........................ 49
3.3.5 Favourites (Saved destinations)............................. 52
3.3.6 Recent destinations ............................................. 54
3.3.7 Using your home address ..................................... 56
3.3.8 Voice command .................................................. 57
3.4 Destination management ................................................... 59
3.4.1 Saving a destination ............................................ 59
3.4.2 Renaming a destination........................................ 60
3.4.3 Deleting a destination .......................................... 61
3.5 Working
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
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with the map ....................................................... 62
Operating the map .............................................. 63
Representation of the map in navigation mode ........ 68
Displaying additional information on the map .......... 71
Navigation and Itinerary planning ............................ 75
4.1 General notes on navigation ............................................... 76
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4.2 Navigation to a destination ................................................. 77
4.3 Navigation to several destinations (Itinerary planning) ........... 79
4.3.1 Editing, saving and managing itineraries ................ 81
4.4 Functions which are usefull for navigationn ........................... 89
4.4.1 Adding a stage point during navigation ................... 89
4.4.2 Next destination.................................................. 90
4.4.3 Blocking a route section ....................................... 90
4.4.4 Using TMC functionality ........................................ 92
4.4.5 Keeping the logbook ............................................ 95
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Special NCK functions ............................................... 97
5.1 Configuration of the NCK.INI file ......................................... 98
5.1.1 Setting size an position of the application window .... 98
5.1.2 File interface....................................................... 99
5.1.3 Navigation to the destination of a destination file ... 107
5.1.4 GPS-data ......................................................... 109
5.1.5 Simulation mode ............................................... 110
5.2 User defined POIs ........................................................... 113
5.3 Tracks ...........................................................................
5.3.1 Structure of the track file ...................................
5.3.2 Activating track recording ...................................
5.3.3 Recording tracks ...............................................
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5.4 Communication with NCK via the Windows-message interface 119
5.4.1 Registering your application with NCK .................. 119
5.4.2 Checking NCK version ........................................ 120
5.4.3 Converting coordinates into addresses.................. 122
5.4.4 Converting addresses into coordinates.................. 125
5.4.5 Transmitting a new destination............................ 128
5.4.6 Navigation status .............................................. 129
5.4.7 Arriving at the destination .................................. 131
5.4.8 Transmitting GPS-data ....................................... 131
5.4.9 Terminating NCK ............................................... 132
5.4.10 Demo application............................................. 132
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Configuration of the NCK......................................... 133
6.1 Configuration .................................................................
6.1.1 User mode .......................................................
6.1.2 Map information ................................................
6.1.3 Route information..............................................
6.1.4 Signpost information..........................................
6.1.5 Speed limit .......................................................
6.1.6 Volume ............................................................
6.1.7 Representation..................................................
6.1.8 Automode ........................................................
6.1.9 Routing options.................................................
6.1.10 Logbook .........................................................
6.1.11 Key information...............................................
6.1.12 Itinerary.........................................................
6.1.13 Format...........................................................
6.1.14 GPS ...............................................................
6.1.15 TMC...............................................................
6.1.16 Simulation ......................................................
6.1.17 Home address .................................................
6.1.18 Radio-Mute .....................................................
6.1.19 Product information .........................................
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Appendix................................................................. 145
7.1 Annex A: GPS-receiver NAVIGON|TriCeiver......................... 146
7.1.1 Setting up the NAVIGON|TriCeiver in the NCK ....... 147
7.1.2 Equipping the NAVIGON|TriCeiver........................ 148
7.2 Annex B: problem solutions .............................................. 150
7.2.1 Performance ..................................................... 150
7.2.2 GPS-receiver .................................................... 150
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Glossary .................................................................. 153
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Index ...................................................................... 155
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1 Introductions
Topics covered in this chapter:
1.1 Important safety information
Page 6
Safety information on navigation
Safety information on the GPS receiver
Safety information on the installation in the vehicle
1.2 Search facilities and conventions
Page 8
1.3 Liability
Page 9
Support
1.4 Trademarks
Introductions
Page 9
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1.1 Important safety information
Note
1.1.1
In your own interest, read the following notices and safety
information carefully before starting up your navigation system.
Safety information on navigation
The use of NCK may only be effected at your own risk.
Attention: To protect yourself and others from accidents please
do not operate the navigation system while driving!
Attention: You must not look at the display except when it is
absolutely safe to do so!
Attention: The road layout and the traffic signs are absolutely
prior to the instructions of the navigation system.
Attention: You must not follow the instructions of NCK except
when the circumstances and the road traffic regulations allow
doing so. NCK will guide you to your destination even when you
have left your planned itinerary..
Note: We recommend to effect route planning before beginning
the journey. If you are on the road and you want to establish a
new itinerary, please drive to the next parking site!
Note: If you have not understood the instructions or if you are
not sure about what to do next you may quickly refer to the map
or arrow view of your navigation system.
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1.1.2
Safety information on the GPS receiver
Attention: As it is not waterproof, don’t expose your GPS
receiver to water!
Attention: Do not install the cable next to security relevant
equipment and supply lines.
Attention: Please check the security relevant equipment when
you have installed the navigation system.
Attention: The GPS receiver should be disconnected from the
power supply while your car is parking. As it spends energy
permanently you might risk discharging the car battery.
Attention: The installation of the GPS receiver must not interfere
with the sure operation of your car.
Note: Do not varnish the GPS receiver. Doing so might impede
the reception of GPS signals.
Note: Do not use any harsh solvents for cleaning the GPS
receiver. A damp cloth is sufficient! You might damage the case
of the GPS receiver.
Note: Do not unplug by pulling the cable. This might damage the
cable!
Note: Do not fold the cable. Check that the cable may not be
damaged by any sharp object.
1.1.3
Safety information on the installation in the vehicle
Attention: Do not fix the holder within the deployment zone of
airbags.
Attention: When you install the holder, please check that it may
not constitute any safety risk, even in case of an accident.
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1.2 Search facilities and conventions
Find information
quickly
This manual offers the following search facilities:
Ù In the footnote at the bottom of the page, you may check
which chapter and which section you are actually reading.
Ù A glossary at the end of the manual contains explanations on
the technical terms used in this manual.
Ù An index at the end of the manual allows precise search for
the information contained in this manual.
Conventions
The conventions on the fonts and symbols used in this manual
are explained in the two following tables:
Style
bold
Buttons, icons, names of entry fields, and
elements of the software’s user interface.
Also used for highlighting warnings and
notices.
bold italic
Registered names and trademarks.
SMALL CAPITALS
Window and dialogue box titles.
Source code
File names and source code.
Italic and
underlined
Name of the user mode related to the
respective section. You do not need to read
sections that do not affect your current user
mode.
Symbol
Verwendung
Indicates hints and notices that may ease the
use of NCK.
Indicates additional information.
Warns against dangers that might cause
damage to objects and persons.
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1.3 Liability
Limitation of liability
The software and the manual are subject to change without
notice. NAVIGON GmbH may not be liable for the correctness of
the information contained in this manual nor for damages
resulting from the use of this manual.
To improve the quality of our products and our services, we
appreciate all suggestions for improvement and all error notices.
1.3.1
Support
You need help?
Call our support staff for Telephone support:
Support-hotline for questions about the product
+49-(0)180-5-628 45 48 (0180-5-NAVIKIT)
(dtms-Service, 0,12 EUR/Min)
Hotline for technical questions
+49-(0)190-518 81
(dtms-Service, 1,86 EUR/Min)
On the web site of NAVIGON GmbH (http://www.navigon.com)
you will find a Support section with a FAQ-list which gives
answers to frequently asked questions.
1.4 Trademarks
Registered
trademarks
All brands and trademarks mentioned in this document are
possibly registered by third party and subject to the current
legislation and to the rights of their respective owners without
reservation. All mentioned names of products, societies, or
brands may be registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Every right that is not explicitly accorded is reserved.
The absence of an explicit labelling of registered trademarks does
not allow the conclusion that this brand was not subject to the
rights of third party.
Ù Windows, Windows CE, Microsoft Excel, ActiveSync und
Microsoft eMbedded Visual C++ are registered trademarks of
the MicrosoftCorporation .
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2 Operating Mode and
Installation
Topics covered in this chapter:
2.1 Operating Mode of your Navigon Configuration Kit
Page 12
System requirements
Operating Mode of your navigation system
2.2 Installation of the navigation system
Page 17
Software installation
Transfering maps
Software registration and activation
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2.1 Operating Mode of your Navigon Configuration Kit
NCK
The NAVIGON Configuration Kit (NCK) is a professional
navigation solution tailor-made for industrial customers.
Alongside the pure navigation function, the NCK also offers extra
functions relevant to B2B customers. The system, for example,
can be used offroad as a navigation aid. Undigitalised routes can
be saved as routes (tracks) and driven. In addition, data from the
customer directory can be directly transferred to the NCK; in
doing so, addresses are directly converted into coordinates and
established as destinations.
Linking the NCK to existing systems for tour planning, contract
planning or goods management is possible by means of the
settings in the INI files. This individualised navigation solution
also enables you to tap into complete networks, connections as
well as warehouse and customer locations.
Mobility is the decisive factor for even more comfortable
navigation systems. Nowadays, systems must not be built-in into
the vehicle. The user must be able to carry them with him. The
navigation software being installed on a laptop, a PDA or on
another Windows CE client e.g. Skeye.Pad, its use is no more
restricted to one single vehicle. Its service may be requested in
different situations.
By returning the current GPS position, it is possible to check at
any time where the vehicle is located. Alongside this, the status
of the navigation can be called up at any time, hence the current
distance and duration to destination can be simply conveyed.
This way you can plan your tours efficiently.
TMC (Traffic Message Channel) ensures you detour traffic jams –
enabling your company fleet to be en route with the shortest
possible standing times. As a free-of-charge service, TMC reports
on current jams and guides the driver to a jam-free alternative
route in order to save valuable time. It is possible to use this
service in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, Belgium,
the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and Denmark. In this way you
can adapt the navigation software to your own route
requirements at any time. The portrayal of company-specific
destinations (user-defined POIs) in the map round off the
NAVIGON Configuration Kit.
.INI Commands
With NCK you may easily realise the connection to third-party
systems (like route planning, order processing or resource
planning) for transmitting coordinates or address information by
entering .INI parameters.
For detailed information on the .INI commands, please refer to
"Special NCK functions" page 97.
Features
With NCK, you will not only arrive quickly and safely at your
destination. It is the perfect tool for increasing the efficiency of
your mobile navigation.
Ù easy link to existing systems
Ù transfer of addresses and contacts from linked systems into
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the navigation
Ù offroad navigation – navigation also outside of the recorded
road network
Ù creating user-defined points of interest for company-specific
destinations (with POI importer)
Ù intuitive, fast use of the navigation, as no manual entry is
required
Ù not necessary to know the places you want to go to
Ù return of the current GPS position in order to optimise the
tour planning
Ù TMC function for a smooth and jam-free working process
Ù efficient and transparent planning
Ù quick Return-on-Investment
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2.1.1
System requirements
Requirements
The following minimum requirements must be fulfilled for a
trouble-free use of NAVIGON Configuration Kit:
Supported platforms
Ù Windows for Notebook
(2000 with Service Pack 4, XP with Service Pack 1)
Ù Windows Mobile 2003
Ù Windows CE.net 4.2
Note: Support for further platforms is currently being developed.
For further details visits out web site (http://www.navigon.de)
Notebook
Ù Pentium PC 266 MHz
Ù Microsoft Windows 2000 oder XP
Ù DVD-ROM Drive
Ù 64 MB RAM (128 MB RAM recommended)
Ù VGA Graphics Adapter with at least 32000 colours
Ù Microsoft compatible mouse
Ù about 40 MB of free hard disk capacity for the program data
Ù optional: about 1.3 GB of free hard disk capacity for the
complete map of Europe
Pocket PC
Ù ARM processor
Ù Windows Mobile 2003
Ù 64 MB RAM
Ù 15-20 MB free hard disk capacity
Skeye.Pad
Ù ARM Prozessor
Ù Windows CE.net 4.2
Ù 64 MB RAM
Note: please ensure that the NCK has at least 15 MB of memory
available. On account of the dynamic memory consumption
depending on the map material we do however recommend 20
MB free memory for optimum performance.
Setting up the
memory in Windows
Mobile 2003 ...
1. Tap on Start > Settings on your Windows Mobile 2003.
2. Activate System and tap on the Memory symbol
.
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15.83 MB free program memory is available here.
3. If necessary move the memory controller to the left in order
to give more program memory to the NCK.
Note: To free up this program memory you can remove some
programs that you don’t need under “Listed programs”. You can
also deactivate unrequired functions e.g. WLAN.
Note: This manual explains the operation of the software on a
Pocket PC. The operation on other supported Windows Mobile
devices works the same way.
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2.1.2
Operating Mode of your navigation system
Operating mode of
the GPS
Based on satellites the Global Positioning System (GPS)
determines your current geographical position. The GPS has
originally been developed as a weapon guidance system for the
American forces.
The GPS is based on 24 satellites which are in orbit round the
earth. They are permanently emitting the time and their current
position. The GPS receiver receives this information and
calculates the longitude and the latitude of its own actual
position.
The signals of at least three satellites are needed to determine
the longitude and the latitude. With the signals of at least four
satellites the elevation may be calculated, too. The determination
has an accuracy of about 3 yards.
Maps
The supplied maps also include geographical coordinates for the
points of interest, roads and towns. The navigation system can
therefore calculate a path from a starting point to a destination.
If your navigation system receives the signals from at least 3
satellites it can determine your position and show it on the map.
This position can serve as a starting point for a route calculation.
As a position definition and illustration takes place once per
second you can follow your current position on the map at any
time.
Traffic information
with TMC
The Traffic Message Channel (TMC) provides the navigation
system with the latest traffic information. A TMC module which is
available as accessory receives these signals broadcasted by
radio stations.
Operating mode of
the TMC
The traffic situation on highways, motorways, and other routes is
checked by jam sensors or by the police and other persons. The
collected traffic data is transmitted to traffic guidance centres
where they are evaluated and sent to the radio stations. The
stations are broadcasting the data inaudibly via RDS (Radio Data
Signal).
The TMC-receiver extracts the TMC data from the RDS signal and
provides the navigation software with them. Current traffic
obstructions may then be displayed. The reported obstructions
may be considered for route calculation. In case of obstructions
on the computed itinerary they may be used for computing an
alternative route which evades the obstruction.
NCK features dynamic navigation which is well adapted to the
current traffic situation.
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2.2 Installation of the navigation system
Quick-start guide…
You must carry out the following procedures before using NCK:
Ù Software installation, page 17
Ù Transfering maps, page 19
Ù Installation in the vehicle, page 20
2.2.1
Software installation
Overview
Please start with installation of the navigation software. You have
to proceed differently depending on which device you are
installing the NCK. Furthermore the NCK is also offered as an
preinstalled version on a memory card.
2.2.1.1 Installing on a Windows CE device without a pre-installed
memory card
How to install the
software on a
Windows CE
device...
1. Establish an ActiveSync connection to your Windows CE
device (refer to the user manual for the Windows CE device).
2. Insert the NCK DVD in your DVD drive.
The installation starts automatically with an activated
AutoPlay function.
3. Follow the instructions on the screen.
Note: If the installation doesn’t start automatically, open the
DVD in Windows Explorer and double-click on the
Setup.exe program.
2.2.1.2 Installing on a Windows CE device with a previously installed
memory card
How to install the
software on a
Windows CE
device...
1. Insert the memory card into your Windows CE device. (you
may have to remove the protective cap from the memory slot
before you do this).
2. Now launch the file Explorer on your Windows CE device and
go to the directory of your memory card. (possible names
are, for example Storage Card,SD-Card,CF-Card.)
3. In this folder tip on the installation file NCK Setup.
4. The installation is now carried out fully automatically. Please
follow the instructions on the screen of your Windows CE
device.
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2.2.1.3 Installing on a notebook
How to install the
software on a
notebook…
1. Insert the NCK DVD in your DVD drive.
Installation is launched automatically with an activated
AutoPlay function.
2. Follow the instructions on your screen.
Note: If the installation doesn’t start automatically, open the
DVD in the Windows Explorer and double-click on the
Setup.exe program.
Notebooks without
serial port…
Many modern Notebooks do no longer provide any serial port. To
use our GPS-Mouse with the USB-Cable however, please follow
the instructions:
Note: This example describes a Windows XP installation.
The USB2Serial-Driver does not work if your GPS-Mouse
contains the optional Bluetooth-Module.
1. Please connect the USB2Serial-Cable (GNS Adapter to
USB) with your GPS-Mouse and plug the cable into the
USB-Port of your Notebook.
The “Found New Hardware Wizard” should appear now.
2. Check “Include this location in the search:”
3. Please click on “Browse” and indicate the path of the
“USB2Serial” folder on Your NCK-DVD1 and confirm.
Please click “Next“ to continue.
The USB2Serial driver will now be installed automatically.
After the installation we recommend that you restart your
Notebook.
Note: Note: To uninstall the USB2Serial driver, please
execute DRemover98_2k.exe. You will find it in the folder
“USB2Serial” on your NCK-DVD1.
2.2.1.4 Installing on a Skeye.Pad
How to install the
software on the
Skeye.Pad…
1. Insert the NCK DVD in your DVD drive.
Installation is launched automatically with an activated
AutoPlay function.
2. Follow the instructions on your screen.
3. Click on install NCK and choose the main directory of your
memory card as the destination folder.
4. Insert the memory card in your Skeye.Pad and reset. The
NCK is now automatically installed on your Skeye.Pad.
Note: Alternatively you can install the NCK by opening your
memory card under Windows Explorer and double-clicking
on the .cab file you’ve copied in step 3.
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2.2.2
Transfering maps
Overview
In the second step please carry out the transfer of the map
material.
How to transfer the
map material…
1. Launch the setup again as described in the previous section
“Software installation” on page 15, and choose Transfer
maps in the setup.
2. Choose the map material that you’d like to transfer.
3. Windows CE device: As the destination folder for the map
material choose the main directory of your memory card.
Notebook: As a destination folder for the map materials,
choose the folder Maps in the installed NCK program folder.
2.2.3
Software registration and activation
Activation code
At the first start of NCK you will be prompted to enter an
activation code. You cannot start the software without entering
this code.
To obtain the activation code, you will need the serial number
which is printed on the back of the NCK booklet and the number
which is indicated at the first start of the software.
With these two numbers you may obtain the activation code:
Ù
in the web on http://www.navigon.com or
Ù by phone at our support for Germany, Austria and
Switzerland
0049- (0)180-5-NAVIKIT (0180-5-6284548)
(dtms-Service, 0,12 €/min).
Enter the activation code into the respective entry field and tap
the OK button or the ENTER-key of the on-screen keyboard.
Note: Keep the activation code at a safe place. You might
need it later, e.g. when you reinstall the software on your
device.
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2.2.4
Installation in the vehicle
Survey
Mount the holder of the Windows CE device and the GPS receiver
before you use the navigation system. You will also have to
initialise the GPS receiver and, if purchased, the TMC module.
Note: If the support and the Windows CE adapter are not
included in the delivery scope, you can order both from our
support team, our online shop or from a specialist dealer.
2.2.4.1 Mounting and connecting your Windows CE device
Attention: The mounted holder must not impede the driver’s
attention on the traffic. If this is not possible, mount the holder
somewhere else so that safe driving is granted.
Connecting the
Windows CE
device...
1. Attach the cradle of the Pocket PC to the swan-neck mount.
Note: Take notice of the inscription on the swan-neck mount.
The arrow with the inscription close must show in snap-on
direction. The connection must snap on audibly.
2. Place the suction cup on the windscreen. Press the lever
firmly to the windscreen before switching it.
3. Put the Windows CE device into the cradle. Make sure that it
is held safely!
4. Plug the adapter into the socket at the bottom of the
Pocket PC.
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2.2.4.2 GPS Mounting and connecting the GPS receiver
Attention: The mounted GPS receiver must not impede the
driver’s attention on traffic.
Connecting the GPS
receiver...
1. Place the GPS receiver horizontally under the windscreen, as
far forwards as possible.
Note: The reception of GPS-signals may be obstructed by
windscreen heating wires, by a windscreen aerial, or when the
windscreen is metallised. In this case you might use an
external vehicle antenna which may be ordered from our
support team.
2. Plug the connection cable of the GPS receiver to the
respective socket of the adapter which connects the Windows
CE device to the power supply.
3. Plug the jack of the adaptor into the socket of the cigarette
lighter.
4. Turn the GPS receiver on.
2.2.4.3 Bluetooth-module
Bluetooth module
If you have purchased the Bluetooth module together with your
GPS-receiver, it was inserted and has been set up during the
installation procedure.
In case you have purchased it as a supplement proceed as
described in "Equipping the NAVIGON|TriCeiver ", page 148.
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2.2.4.4 TMC-module
TMC-module
If you have purchased the TMC module together with your GPSreceiver, it was inserted and has been set up during the
installation procedure.
In case you have purchased it as a supplement proceed as
described in "Equipping the Equipping the NAVIGON|TriCeiver ",
page 148.
1. Insert the aerial into the left slot.
2. Fix the aerial with the suckers parallel to the right strut on the
windscreen.
2.2.4.5 Initialising the GPS receiver and the TMC module
Initialisation of the
TMC module
The initialisation process of the TMC module starts automatically.
Within a few seconds, the TMC-icon on your Pocket PC switches
from No TMC to Searching for broadcast station and finally to
TMC ready.
No TMC
Searching for broadcast station
TMC ready
Note: In case the symbol No TMC is shown, the TMC-module is
possibly not inserted correctly, or the GPS-receiver is not
connected correctly. No TMC is also shown when your navigation
system does not dispose of a TMC-receiver.
For details on the operation of the TMC module, please refer to
"Using TMC functionality", page 92.
Initialisation of the
GPS receiver
The initialisation process of the GPS receiver starts automatically.
Within 15 seconds, the GPS-icon on your Pocket PC switches from
No GPS to No signal.
As soon as the signals of more than 3 satellites are being
received, the GPS-icon switches to GPS ready.
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No GPS
No signal
GPS ready
This procedure may take about 20 minutes. When the GPS icon
becomes GPS ready earlier, it would be good to leave the GPS
receiver turned on for about 15 more minutes in order to grant
its correct operation.
The initialisation process is finished when the reception of more
than 3 satellites is assured after about 20 seconds.
Note: This initialisation process must be carried out only once.
The other times, the GPS receiver will be ready within about one
minute.
Note: When the GPS receiver is connected to the power supply
for the first time, leave it connected for about 2 hours in order to
charge its battery.
Note: A new initialisation may become necessary when the GPS
receiver has not been in use. In this case, the initialisation
process would take about 10 minutes.
Caution: Disconnect the receiver from the power supply when
you are leaving the car parked for a longer period. Failure to do
so might result in a flat battery as the receiver consumes
electricity permanently.
For details on the operation of your GPS receiver, please refer to
"User interface and basic functionality", page 28.
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3 Operating the navigation
software
Topics covered in this chapter:
3.1 Starting NCK
Page 26
3.2 User interface and basic functionality
Page 28
Hardware keys
Software keyboard
Command buttons
User modes
3.3 Indicating a destination
Page 39
Entering an address
Selecting a point of interest
Selecting destinations from the contacts list
Indication destinations on the map
Favourites (Saved destinations)
Recent destinations
Using your home address
Voice command
3.4 Destination management
Page 59
Saving a destination
Renaming a destination
Deleting a destination
3.5 Working with the map
Page 62
Operating the map
Representation of the map in navigation mode
Displaying additional information on the map
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3.1 Starting NCK
Precondition
You have carried out installation and activation of NCK as
described in "Installation of the navigation system", page 17.
Starting the
navigation software…
1. Turn on your Windows CE device.
2. Tap on the NCK symbol on the desktop.
The Main screen opens:
Note: Depending on the chosen user mode (refer to section
"User modes" on page 37) you will have different functions
available.
Main screen
Standard mode
Extended mode
All functions of the program are accessible via the Main
screen.
One destination
Tap this button to indicate a destination for navigation (one
stage).
For details, please refer to "Navigation and Itinerary planning",
page 75.
Navigation
homewards
Tap the Home icon to navigate to your home address.
For details, please refer "Using your home address", page 56.
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Navigation via voice
command
Tap the Voice command icon to start navigation to a favourite
via voice command.
For details, please refer to "Voice command", page 57.
Favourites (Standard
mode)
Tap the Favourites button to navigate to a favourite.
For details, please refer to "Favourites (Saved destinations)",
page 52.
Recent destinations
(Standard mode)
Tap the Recent destinations button to select a destination
entered previously.
For details, please refer to "Recent destinations", page 54.
Route planning
(Extended mode)
Tap the Route planning button for itinerary planning purposes.
For details, please refer to "Navigation to several destinations
(Itinerary planning)", page 79.
Display the map
(Extended Mode)
Tap the Show map button to display the map which is currently
in use..
Select map
Tap the Map button to select another map from the memory card
which is currently inserted.
For details, please refer to "Working with the map", page 62.
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Settings
Tap the Settings button to modify the settings of NCK.
For details, please refer to "Configuration of the NCK", page 133.
Quit
Tap the Quit button to quit NCK.
3.2 User interface and basic functionality
Operation
In order to offer a maximum of flexibility and convenience for the
operation of Configuration Kit there is three ways to make
entries:
Ù tapping with the stylus,
Ù tapping with your finger, or
Ù via the hardware keys.
Moreover, you may indicate a saved destination by voice to start
navigation to it.
3.2.1
Hardware keys
Key configuration
In NCK, you may configure the hardware keys to execute the
"Up", "Down", "Left", "Right", "OK" and "Return" actions. This
enables convenient and easy operation.
Note: This function is only available on specific Windows CE
devices, e.g. a Pocket PC.
1. On the main screen, tap Settings.
The SETTINGS screen opens.
2. Via the arrow buttons, select the KEYS screen.
3. Tap Configure.
4. Select the keys for the respective actions.
5. Tap the Save button.
Note: When you quit the navigation software, the keys will have
their standard functionality.
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3.2.2
Survey
Software keyboard
A software keyboard appears at the bottom of the screen when
text entries are necessary. Choose between a standard keyboard,
a character keyboard or a mobile phone keyboard.
Select a software keyboard by tapping the respective icon at the
bottom of the screen. The icon of the active keyboard appears
pressed.
3.2.2.1 Standard keyboard
Use the stylus to operate the standard keyboard.
You may use small or capital letters for entering destination data.
And you need not enter special characters when entering a
destination's town or street name. NCK replaces these characters
automatically. When you are looking for, e.g., a French town
called "Héroïnès", simply type "heroines".
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3.2.2.2 Character keyboard
You may carry out all entries with your finger on the character
keyboard. But you may enter capital letters only.
You need not enter small letters or special characters when
entering a destination's town or street name. NCK replaces these
characters automatically. When you are looking for, e.g., a
French town called "Héroïnès", simply type "HEROINES".
Entering a space,
deleting a
character…
Tap the icon to enter a space character.
.
Tap the icon to delete the character at the left of the cursor.
.
Switching between
character and
number entry…
Tap the icon to enter numbers, e.g. for a postcode.
.
Tap the icon to return to the character entry mode.
.
Special characters
Tap the icon to enter a special character.
.
The special characters keyboard appears.
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As soon as you have entered a special character the letter
keyboard reappears.
You need not enter special characters when entering a
destination's town or street name but they may be helpful for
entering names for saved destinations and itineraries.
Moving the cursor
If you want to delete another character than the one to the left of
the cursor position, or if you want to insert a character at another
place than at the end of the text, you have to move the cursor to
the respective place.
Just tap the place where you want to have the cursor.
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3.2.2.3 Mobile phone keyboard
You may carry out all entries with your finger on the mobile
phone keyboard. But you may enter capital letters only.
As on a mobile phone, each key is designed to enter several
letters with it. The position of a letter on a key caption indicates
how often you must tap this key to enter the respective letter.
E.g., to enter an "S", tap the "PQRS" key four times.
You need not enter small letters or special characters when
entering a destination's town or street name. NCK replaces these
characters automatically. When you are looking for, e.g., a
French town called "Héroïnès", simply type "HEROINES".
Entering a space,
deleting a
character…
Tap the icon to enter a space character.
.
Tap the icon to delete the character at the left of the cursor.
.
Switching between
character and
number entry…
Tap the icon to enter numbers, e.g. for a postcode.
.
Tap the icon to return to the character entry mode.
.
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When you tap a key, a line above the software keyboard appears
which lists all characters that may be entered by this key. The
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active character is highlighted.
If, e.g., you want to type "Ø", tap the "MNO" key repeatedly until
"Ø" is highlighted in the line above the software keyboard.
You need not enter special characters when entering a
destination's town or street name but they may be helpful for
entering names for saved destinations and itineraries.
Moving the cursor
If you want to delete another character than the one to the left of
the cursor position, or if you want to insert a character at another
place than at the end of the text, you have to move the cursor to
the respective place.
Just tap the place where you want to have the cursor.
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3.2.3
Icons
Command buttons
The following buttons appear at the bottom of every NCK screen:
Return
Tap this icon to return to the previous screen. This icon is not
available on the MAIN SCREEN.
Main screen
Tap this icon to open the main screen. This icon is not available
on the MAIN SCREEN.
GPS
The GPS symbol is placed at the bottom of the screen. The
different GPS-icons have the following significance:
Symbol
No GPS
No Signal
GPS ready
Significance
A GPS receiver is not connected or the
power supply is interrupted.
A GPS receiver is connected, but the
received signals are not convenient
for navigation purposes (e.g. because
you are in a closed building).
The signals are convenient. Navigation
may begin.
Tap the GPS icon to display the current GPS status:
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Entry
Significance
GMT
Greenwich Mean Time
Time of London ignoring daylight saving
time.
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Entry
Significance
Longitude /
Latitude
Current position:
Indication of east longitude and north
latitude.
Satellites
Number of received satellites. At least three
satellites must be received for navigation
purposes.
HDOP
Horizontal Dilution of Precision:
Indicates the quality of position
determination. Theoretically any value from 0
to 50 may occur. The smaller the value, the
more accurate is the position determination
(value 0 = no deviation from the real
position). Values up to 8 are convenient for
navigation purposes.
Speed
Indicates your current speed.
Position
Indicates the address of your current
position.
Save
Tap this button to add the current address to
the FAVOURITES.
Quit
Tap this button to quit the GPS screen.
Logbook
Tap this icon to access the logbook functions.
For details on the logbook functionality, please refer to "Keeping
the logbook", page 95.
TMC
The TMC symbol is placed at the bottom of the screen. The
different TMC-icons have the following significance:
Symbol
No TMC
Searching for
broadcast station
Significance
A TMC-module is not inserted or not
connected correctly.
-ORThe GPS-receiver is turned off or not
connected correctly.
The TMC-receiver is ready but cannot
receive TMC signals. This is the case
when, e.g., you are in an area where
TMC is not available.
TMC signals are being received.
TMC ready
For details on the TMC functionality, please refer to "Using TMC
functionality". Page 92.
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Start
Tap on this button to open a different program on your Windows
CE device without ending the NCK. This could be practical if you
want to change or set up contacts, without ending the navigation.
Tap on the button again to end this mode.
Note: This button is not available to you on the Notebook.
3.2.3.1 Lists
Survey
There are many cases where you have to select an entry from a
list.
If, for example, you have not completely entered the name of a
town before tapping OK, a list appears which contains all towns
beginning with your entry or having it into their names. The
postcode of the towns is also indicated in order to allow you to
choose the correct one if there is more than one town with the
same name.
Entry with focus
One of the entries has the focus. This entry is written in bold.
Moreover, there is often some additional information on that
entry in a 2nd or 3rd line. In a list of towns, there is indicated the
county the respective town belongs to.
Icons
At the right hand side of lists, there are three icons:
OK: Tap this icon to confirm the selection of the entry with the
focus (which is placed directly at the left of the OK icon).
Up: Tap this icon to scroll the list one item up.
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Down: Tap this icon to scroll the list one item down.
To scroll up or down through the list by several elements, tap
several times on the respective button.
3.2.4
User modes
Survey
NCK can be operated in two different user modes: Standard and
Extended. This grants an optimum of usability for each user: Less
experienced users and users who do not need using the complete
functionality of the software work in standard mode. Experienced
users who are ready to spend some time in getting used to
operate the complete functionality word in extended mode.
Some configuration settings have an effect on the work in
standard mode but can only be changed in extended mode. For
further information, please refer to "Configuration of the NCK",
page 133.
Changing the user
mode
You may at any time switch to the other user mode.
1. In the MAIN MENU, tap Settings.
The SETTINGS screen appears:
2. The User mode entry is at the top of the list. If it is not
selected, tap the Up icon repeatedly until User mode is
selected.
The USER MODE screen appears:
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Your current user mode is indicated on the Current user
mode field.
2. Tap Current user mode to switch to the other user mode.
The name of the user mode you want to switch to becomes
the caption of the entry field.
3. Tap Save to save the changes.
Note: When you switch to standard mode, a dialog window
asks you whether you want to keep the configuration changes
you have made in extended mode. This dialog window
appears even when you have not made any configuration
changes. Tap Yes if you want to keep these changes.
3.2.4.1 Standard Mode
Survey
In standard mode, the software is easier to operate. As it offers
reduced functionality, functions may be accessed quicker. So, if
you do not need functions like Route planning or indicating a
destination on the map, we recommend working in standard
mode.
Functionality
In standard mode, you can:
Ù Select another map
Ù Enter a destination to navigate to (Address, POI)
Ù Navigate home
Ù Select a saved destination
Ù Select a destination from the recent destinations list
Ù Change some configuration settings
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3.2.4.2 Extended Mode
Survey
In extended mode, you dispose of the complete functionality of
NCK. You may for example indicate and navigate to more than
one destination (route planning with stages). You may change all
configuration settings. If you want to use the complete
functionality, work in extended mode.
Functionality
In addition to the functions of the standard mode, the extended
mode enables you to:
Ù Indicate a direction directly on the map
Ù Plan and save routes with several stages
Ù Adjust the route options before each navigation
Ù Change all configuration settings.
3.3 Indicating a destination
Basic principle of
navigation
The indication of destinations is the basis of navigation
respectively of itinerary planning. In this chapter, you will learn
about the possibilities to indicate and manage destinations in
NCK.
For details on how to start navigation to a destination, please
refer to "Navigation and Itinerary planning", page 75.
Indicating a
destination
In NCK there are several possibilities to enter or to select
destinations:
Ù Manual address entry, see page 40
Ù Via the Special destinations function, see page 42
Ù Via the contacts folder, see page 47
Ù By indication on the map, see page 49
Ù By selection from the Saved destinations list, see page 52
Ù By selection from the Recent destinations list, see page 54
Ù Via the Home icon, see page 56
Ù By Voice command, see page 57
Ù Via a destination file, see page 107
Ù Via Windows Messages, see page 119
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3.3.1
Entering an address
Navigating to a
destination…
1. In the MAIN MENU, tap Navigation
The DESTINATION screen opens
Standard mode
Extended mod
2. Tap the Country entry field and select the destination
country if it is not yet indicated.
Note: Only countries of which at least a part is represented
on the currently loaded map may be selected.
3. On the DESTINATION screen, tap Address.
The ADDRESS screen opens.
4. Enter the destination town into the Town or Postcode entry
field. Enter either its name or its postcode.
5. Enter the destination street into the Street entry field.
6. Enter the house number of your destination into the Nr. field,
if you know it.
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Note: If the house numbers of the respective street are
stored in the database of places, you may tap the field
besides the Street field.
If no house numbers are stored, the respective field is
deactivated. The software navigates to the respective street
7. Enter the name of a crossroad into the Intersection entry
field if you want to define an intersection as destination point
(e.g. because the house number is not available)..
8. Tap the Save button if you want to navigate more often to
the entered destination. You may then quickly select it from
the Saved destinations list.
For information on saving destinations, please refer to
"Saving a destination", page 59.
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3.3.2
Selecting a point of interest
Points of interest
Special destinations, also known as POIs (Points of Interest), are
stored in the database of places and may be displayed on the
map. Ports, airports, restaurants, hotels, petrol stations, public
buildings, and others belong to the special destinations.
Indicate a special destination by selecting one
Ù nearby,
Ù of superregional significance, or
Ù in another town.
Note: With NCK, you may as well define your own POIs and use
them for navigation purposes. For further information, please
refer to "User defined POIs" page 113.
Selecting a point of
interest
1. In the MAIN MENU, tap Navigation.
The DESTINATION screen opens.
Standard mode
Extended mode
2. Tap the Country entry field and select the destination
country if it is not yet indicated.
Note: Only countries of which at least a part is represented
on the currently loaded map may be selected.
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The POINT OF INTEREST screen opens:
3.3.2.1 Selecting a Point of interest nearby
Note: You may only display special destinations nearby when the
GPS receiver is connected and when your current position can be
determined.
Selecting a point of
interest nearby…
4. On the DESTINATION screen, tap …nearby.
.
The POI NEARBY screen opens:
5. Enter the radius around your current position within which
you want to search for points of interest into the Radius
entry field.
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6. Select the main category of points of interest to search for
from the left one of the two Category list fields, e.g.
"Garage". Only points of interest situated within the indicated
radius will be displayed.
7. Select the Subcategory of points of interest to search for
from the right one of the two Category list fields, e.g. "Audi
VW Seat Skoda".
Note: If you leave the Subcategory field empty, all points of
interest matching with the selected main category will be
listed in the Point of interest list field.
8. Select the correct destination from the Special destination
list field.
All special destinations matching your entries are listed,
including their linear distance from your current position:
9. Tap the Save button if you want to navigate more often to
the entered destination. You may then quickly select it from
the Saved destinations list.
For information on saving destinations, please refer to
"Saving a destination", page 59.
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3.3.2.2 Point of interest in a certain town
Point of interest in a
certain town…
4. On the POINT OF INTEREST screen, tap …in a town.
The POI in a town screen opens:
5. Enter the name of the town in which you want to search for
points of interest into the Town or postcode field.
6. Select the main category of points of interest to search for
from the Category list field (e.g. Nightlife). Only categories
matching your Town entry are listed.
7. Select the Subcategory of points of interest to search for
from the right one of the two Category list fields (e.g.
Cinema).
8. Select the correct destination from the Point of interest list
field.
Note: You need not make entries into the Category and
Subcategory fields. Their purpose is only to shorten the
Point of interest list. This list may become very extensive,
especially in big towns.
For information on saving destinations, please refer to
"Saving a destination", page 59.
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3.3.2.3 Point of interest of supraregional significance
Point of interest of
supraregional
significance...
4. On the POINT OF INTEREST screen, tap …nationwide.
.
The POI NATIONWIDE screen opens:
5. Select the main category of points of interest to search for
from the Category list field (e.g. Airports).
6. Select the correct destination from the Point of interest list
field.
Note: You need not make entries into the Category field.
Their purpose is only to shorten the Point of interest list.
This list may become very extensive, especially in big towns.
For information on saving destinations, please refer to
"Saving a destination", page 59.
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3.3.3
Selecting destinations from the contacts list
Using a contact's
address as
destination…
Any address from the contacts list on your Windows device may
be used as destination for navigation or itinerary planning
purposes.
In order to identify an address clearly and without ambiguity,
town, postcode, street, and house number should be indicated.
Note: Only contacts the address of which is covered by the
currently loaded map may be used for navigation or itinerary
planning purposes.
Note: This function is available for Windows 2000 / XP as well as
Windows CE devices.
Incomplete address
If an address cannot be identified without ambiguity e.g. because
there are two towns with the same name on the map, NCK lists
them all, indicating their postcodes and districts. Select the
respective town and tap OK.
If the town has been found but the street of the contact is not
indicated, you will be guided to the centre of this town.
To avoid problems, the addresses from your contacts list should
be complete.
Selecting
destinations from the
contacts list…
1. In the MAIN MENU, tap Navigation.
The DESTINATION screen opens.
2. Tap the Country entry field and select the destination
country if it is not yet indicated.
Note: Only countries of which at least a part is represented
on the currently loaded map may be selected.
3. On the DESTINATION screen, tap Contacts.
Your contacts list opens.
4. Tap the respective contact’s entry and hold until you get the
context menu (examplified with Windows CE):
5. Tap NCK.
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3a The following screen opens when there was more than one
address to be found for the respective contact:
3b Tap the OK button, which belongs to the address you want to
use as destination.
NCK adopts the address.
6. Tap on the Save button if the contact concerns a destination
that you frequently drive to. You can then select this contact
address quickly from the destination list at any time.
For information on saving destinations to the FAVOURITES,
please refer to "Saving a destination", page 59.
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3.3.4
Indication destinations on the map
You may indicate a destination directly on the map. In addition to
towns and streets, you may also select special destinations
quickly..
Note: This function is only available in "Extended mode".
Indicating a
destination on the
map…
1. In the MAIN MENU, tap Navigation.
The DESTINATION screen opens.
2. Tap the Country entry field and select the destination
country if it is not yet indicated.
Note: Only countries of which at least a part is represented
on the currently loaded map may be selected.
1. On the DESTINATION screen, tap Select on map.
The MAP screen opens:
2. Tap on the place you want to determine as destination and
hold.
(Left-Click in the notebook-version)
A circle of orange points appears round the selected place:
(The color of the circle can depend on the supported device)
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Database information on the respective place will be loaded
and displayed. Below the information, there are command
buttons for several functions which are available for the
selected place.
You have the following options:
This function is only available when GPS reception is possible
(The GPS-symbol must be GPS ready).
Tap the Start navigation button to start navigation to the
selected place.
Caution: Using this function while you are already navigating
deletes all current destinations (stage points and destination
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Tap the Save button to save the selected place. You may
then at any time select this place from the FAVOURITES.
Tap the Search nearby button to search for a point of
interest near the selected place.
Tap the Add button to add the selected place to your
itinerary. The selected point will be marked by a little flag. It
will also be added to the list of route points of the ROUTE
PLANNING screen where it figures as destination point.
Using this function while you are already navigating causes an
immediate recalculation of your route.
Tap the Interim destination button to make the selected point
the next stage point of your itinerary. Your route will be
recalculated immediately.
Tap on the Save button in order to save coordinates of the
town (irrespective of these being digitalised or nondigitalised) with coordinates in the file stipulated under the
parameter SaveCoordInFile.
For details, please refer to "Parameter SaveCoordInFile",
page 105.
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3.3.5
Favourites (Saved destinations)
Saved destinations
All destinations you have saved by tapping the Save button are
listed on the FAVOURITES screen. On this screen you may:
Ù select destinations for navigation purposes,
Ù rename destinations (for details, please refer to "Renaming a
destination", page 60) and
Ù delete destinations from the list (for details, please refer to
"Deleting a destination", page 61).
Extended mode
1. In the MAIN MENU, tap Navigation
The DESTINATION screen opens
1a Tap the Country entry field and select the destination
country if it is not yet indicated.
Note: Only countries of which at least a part is represented
on the currently loaded map may be selected.
1b On the DESTINATION screen, tap Favourites.
Standard mode
1. In the MAIN MENU, tap Favourites.
The FAVOURITES screen opens.
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Saved destinations
2. Tap the entry of the respective destination.
Note: An asterisk behind a name indicates that a voice
command for the respective destination has been stored.
Note: This function is only available on certain Windows CE
devices, e.g. a Pocket PC.
3. Tap OK.
The ADDRESS screen opens. The address data of the selected
destination is entered into the respective fields.
For information on deleting or renaming saved destinations,
please refer to "Destination management", page 59.
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3.3.6
Recent destinations
Survey
All destinations you have navigated to recently are listed on the
RECENT DESTINATIONS screen. On this screen you may:
Ù select destinations for navigation purposes,
Ù Add destinations to the FAVOURITES , and
Ù delete destinations from the RECENT DESTINATIONS list.
Extended mode
1. In the MAIN MENU, tap Navigation.
The DESTINATION screen opens.
1a Tap the Country entry field and select the destination
country if it is not yet indicated.
Note: Only countries of which at least a part is represented
on the currently loaded map may be selected.
1b On the DESTINATION screen, tap Recent destinations.
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Standard mode
Recent destinations
1. In the MAIN MENU, tap Recent destinations.
The RECENT DESTINATIONS screen opens.
2. Tap the entry of the desired destination.
3. Tap OK.
The destination will be taken over. The address is entered into
the respective fields.
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3.3.7
Using your home address
Survey
You may store your home address in NCK in order to quickly
start navigation home at any place.
Navigating
homewards…
1. In the MAIN MENU, tap the Settings button.
The SETTINGS screen opens.
2. Select Home address .
3. Tap the Enter your Home address button.
The DESTINATION screen opens.
4. Tap the Address button and enter your address as described
in "Entering an address", page 40.
5. Tap the Save as home address button.
The address is taken over to the HOME ADDRESS screen.
6. Tap the Save button.
The HOME ADDRESS is saved and can now be selected from
the MAIN MENU.
Using your home
address for
navigation...
1. On the main screen, tap.
.
The route is now being calculated and navigation starts. The
route options you have chosen for the last navigation are
applied.
For details, please refer to "Routing options", page 140.
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3.3.8
Voice command
Survey
You may store a voice command with any saved destination. You
may then start navigation to this destination by speech.
Note: This function is not available on the Notebook and only on
certain Windows CE devices, e.g. a Pocket PC with microphone.
Storing a voice
command...
1. Open the FAVOURITES screen and select the destination for
which you want to store a voice command.
2. Tap the Edit icon
.
The NAME OF DESTINATION dialog box opens.
3. Tap the Voice command button.
The following message appears:
4. Pronounce the voice command of the destination.
The message box closes.
5. In the NAME OF DESTINATION dialog box, tap OK
.
The voice command for this destination is now stored.
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Navigating "on
command"…
1. On the MAIN MENU, tap the Voice command icon.
.
2. Pronounce the voice command of the destination into your
device when you are prompted to do so.
The route is now being calculated and navigation starts. The
route options you have chosen for the last navigation are
applied.
For details, please refer to "Routing options", page 140.
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3.4 Destination management
Survey
Destinations may be stored in two lists:
Ù the FAVOURITES
Ù the RECENT DESTINATIONS list
Every destination you are indicating and the destinations from
the RECENT DESTINATIONS list may be added to the FAVOURITES.
This makes sense if you want to navigate more often to the
respective destination.
Ù Destinations from the FAVOURITES may be renamed.
Ù Items from both lists may be deleted.
3.4.1
Saving a destination
Precondition
You have entered a destination as described in "Indicating a
destination", page 39
- OR –
You have opened the RECENT DESTINATIONS list as described in
"Recent destinations", page 54.
1. Tap the Save icon.
.
If you have opened the RECENT DESTINATIONS list, tap the
Edit icon.
.
The NAME OF DESTINATION screen opens.
2. Enter a name for the destination.
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3. Tap OK.
The NAME OF DESTINATION screen opens.
4. Tap OK.
The destination has now been added to the FAVOURITES.
3.4.2
Renaming a
destination…
Renaming a destination
1. On the DESTINATION screen, tap Favourites.
The FAVOURITES screen opens.
2. Select the destination you want to rename.
3. Tap the Edit icon.
The NAME OF DESTINATION screen opens.
4. Enter the new name of the destination.
5. Tap OK.
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The destination is now renamed.
3.4.3
Precondition
Deleting a destination
You have opened the FAVOURITES as described in "Favourites
(Saved destinations)", page 52
- OR –
You have opened the RECENT DESTINATIONS list as described in
"Recent destinations", page 54.
1. Tap the entry of the destination to be deleted.
2. Tap the Delete icon.
The CONFIRM screen opens.
3. Tap OK to delete the destination from the list.
The destination is now deleted from the list.
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3.5 Working with the map
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Displaying the map
There are various pieces of information available on the MAP
screen. Learn in this chapter about the possibilities for working
with the map, which depend on whether you are in navigation
mode or not.
You may display the map via Show map button on the
(Extended mode).
MAIN
SCREEN
Select map
Tap the Map button to select another map from the memory card
which is currently inserted.
4. On the MAIN SCREEN, tap the Map button.
The AVAILABLE MAPS screen opens:
5. Tap the entry of the map you want to work with.
6. Tap OK.
The selected map is now loaded. The MAIN SCREEN opens.
Selecting another
map…
1. If the desired map is on another memory card than the
currently inserted one, open the MAIN SCREEN and tap the
Quit button.
2. Insert the memory card, which contains the map you want to
work with.
3. Start NCK over.
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3.5.1
Operating the map
Displaying the map
You may display the map
Ù while planning an itinerary,
Ù in order to show destinations on the map, or
Ù in order to select destinations on the map.
Extended mode
In "extended mode", you may display the map
Ù Via the Show map button on the MAIN MENU
Ù Via the Select on map button on the DESTINATION screen
Ù Via the Show on map button on the ADDRESS screen after
having selected a target.
Standard mode
In "standard mode", you may display the map
Ù Via the Show on map button on the ADDRESS screen after
having selected target.
Note: The map is being displayed automatically when you
start navigating.
Tapping the map
Tapping short any place on the map makes the ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS screen appear (notebook: right-click). Depending on
whether you are in navigation mode or not this screen offers
different functions.
Tapping long a certain place on the map (tap and hold) makes
information on that place appear (notebook: left-click). You may
then, e.g., take over the data for navigation purposes.
For details, please refer to "Indication destinations on the map",
page 49.
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3.5.1.1 Icons
Survey
The Map screen disposes several icons which allow altering the
representation of the map.
When without GPS-reception
Hide/show icons
This icon allows you to hide all other icons in order to see more of
the map.
Tap this icon again to show the other icons.
When with GPS-reception
Automode
Tap this icon to display the standard representation of the map
after you have modified the view.
The settings of north orientation and auto zoom mode will be
applied. Your current position will be centred. The icons will not
be displayed.
Freeze
This icon is activated in navigation mode only.
Tap the Freeze icon
(
/
),
to toggle between "Frozen map" and "Frozen position".
Frozen map
This mode (button up) freezes the map. Your current position
(green arrow) moves over the map and may even leave it.
This mode applies automatically when you scroll the map in
navigation mode. Otherwise the system would always try to keep
your current position in the bottom third of the map.
Select this mode when you want to select a destination from the
map while navigation is in progress.
Frozen position (default)
This mode (button down) makes the map scroll continually. Your
current position (green arrow) is always centred in the bottom
third of the map.
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Zoom / Scroll
Tap the Zoom/Scroll icon
(
/
),
to toggle between Zoom and Scroll mode.
Zoom
Zoom mode (Button up) you may scale the map up or down.
Zoom in by drawing a rectangle on the map, beginning with the
upper left corner. Zoom out by beginning with the lower right
corner.
Scroll
In Scroll mode (button down) you may scroll the map. Tap on the
screen and drag to the desired direction.
Entire Route
Tap the Itinerary icon to display the whole itinerary.
Map in driving
direction/north
oriented
Tap the In driving direction/North oriented icon
(
/
),
to switch between the two available modes of map orientation.
(North orientation / orientation in driving direction).
North orientation
Tap this icon (button down) to orientate the map north up.
Driving direction
Tap this icon (button up) to orientate the map in driving
direction.
3D view
Tap this icon to display the map in 3D mode (bee flight view).
2D view
Tap this icon to return to the 2D mode (standard).
Zoom out
Tap Zoom out to scale the map up.
Zoom bar
Tap one of the zoom bar sections to modify the scale of the map.
Zoom in
Tap Zoom in to scale the map down.
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Additional functions
Tapping short any place on the map makes the ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS screen appear. (notebook: right-click).Depending on
whether you are in navigation mode or not this screen offers
different functions.
Note: The range of offered functionality depends also on whether
you are working in standard or in extended mode.
The ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS screen opens:
Tap this icon to toggle between "Day" and "Night" map view
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Tap this icon to switch the voice instructions on / off.
Preferences
Tap Preferences to display the SETTINGS screen. For details,
please refer to "Configuration", page 134.
Quit navigation
This function is only available in navigation mode. Tap Quit
navigation to exit navigation mode.
Block road, Unblock
These functions are only available in navigation mode.
For details, please refer to "Blocking a route section", page 90.
Set interim destination
This function is only available in navigation mode. Tap Set
interim destination to add a new route point to your itinerary.
The route will be recalculated and the newly added route point
will be the first destination to navigate to. Navigation to the other
route points will be executed later.
For details, please refer to "Adding a stage point during
navigation", page 89.
Route options
This function is only available in navigation mode and in
Extended mode. Tap Route options to modify them.
For details, please refer to "Routing options", page 140.
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Next destination
This function is only available when you are navigating a route
with at least one stage point and when you are working in
extended mode.
Use this function if you want to skip the next stage point.
Example: You have planned an itinerary from your office to
"Company A" and then to "Company B" and you are already on
your way. Before you arrive at "Company A", a mobile phone call
informs you that you need not visit Company A.
Tap the Next destination button to navigate to the stage point
after the next (here: "Company B").
The system recalculates the route. "Company B" will be your next
destination.
For details, please refer to "Next destination", page 90.
3.5.2
Representation of the map in navigation mode
In navigation mode, there is some assistance for navigation,
some information on the itinerary and one more command button
being displayed:
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The following assistance for navigation is being displayed at the
left and at the bottom of the map:
Field
Information
c
If there are two manoeuvres to be executed quickly
one after the other, the small upper arrow field
indicates the manoeuvre to be executed immediately
after the next manoeuvre.
d
The green arrow indicates your current position on the
map. Since the displayed sector of the map changes
continually your current position is centred on the
map whenever possible (Moving Map).
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Field
Information
e
The bigger arrow field indicates the next manoeuvre
to be executed.
f
The distance field indicates the distance to the next
manoeuvre. When you approach, the representations
changes into a distance bar:
The more yellow bars are displayed the nearer you
are to the place where the next manoeuvre must be
executed.
Signpost info
g
The upper street field indicates the name of the next
street to turn on.
h
The lower street field indicates the name of the street
you are currently on.
The upper part of the Map screen displays information on the
signposts you have to follow:
Note: This information can only be displayed when it is contained
in the cartographic material.
Speed limit
The left part of the map screen shows possible speed limits:
Note: This information can only be displayed when it is contained
in the cartographic material.
Caution: Information contained in the cartographic material can
be wrong, e.g. due to road works.
Traffic situation and road traffic regulations are absolutely prior
to the information given by the navigation system.
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Information on the
itinerary
At the right of the map, the following information on the itinerary
is being displayed:
Field
Information
This symbol means "stage". All information displayed
below refers to the next stage point.
ETA (Estimated time of arrival).
Remaining time to arrival (estimated).
Remaining distance to arrival (estimated).
Tap this icon to repeat the last spoken instruction. All available
information will be displayed.
The displayed information will be hidden after a few seconds.
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3.5.3
Displaying additional information on the map
In NCK you may determine which information is to be displayed
on the map. Modifying any configuration begins on the SETTINGS
screen.
Configuring the
display of additional
information…
1. Open the SETTINGS screen
Ù by tapping the Settings button on the MAIN MENU,
Ù or by tapping short into the map and selecting
Preferences.
The SETTINGS screen opens.
2. Select Map information using the arrow buttons:
Info bar
The Info bar at the bottom of the map displays the scale of
the map, the inclination, the compass, the altitude and the
current speed. .
3. Tap the respective command button to display (On) or not
(Off) the Info bar.
Points of Interest
4. Tap the respective command button to display (On) or not
(Off) Points of Interest on the map.
Street names
5. Tap the respective command button to display (On) or not
(Off) Street names on the map.
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6. Via the arrow buttons select Route information:
7. Tap the command buttons to display (On) or not (Off) the
respective information on the map.
The desired information on the entire itinerary (upper section)
and on the current stage (lower section) will be displayed at
the right hand side of the map.
Field
Information
This symbol means "itinerary". All
information displayed below refers to
the final destination.
This symbol means "stage". All
information displayed below refers to
the next stage point. This section is only
available if you have indicated more
than one destination to navigate to.
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ETA (Estimated time of arrival).
Line 3
Remaining time to arrival (estimated).
Line 4
Remaining distance to arrival
(estimated).
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8. Via the arrow buttons select Signpost information.
9. Tap the Show traffic signs command to toggle between On
and Off mode.
The new mode is now indicated on the button.
10. Via the arrow buttons select Speed limit.
The SPEED LIMIT screen allows you to determine whether you
want to display speed limits in navigation mode and whether
you want to be warned acoustically on speeding.
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Settings
Significance
Show traffic signs
This command indicates whether
signposts indicating speed limits are
currently being displayed or not.
Tap the Show traffic signs command
and select whether speed limits should
be displayed
Warning in built-up
areas
This command indicates from how much
speeding on you want to be warned
when driving within built-up areas.
Tap the Warning in built-up areas
command to select another value or to
set it to Never.
Warning outside
built-up areas
This command indicates from how much
speeding on you want to be warned
when driving outside built-up areas.
Tap the Warning outside built-up
areas command to select another value
or to set it to Never.
11. Tap Save to save the modifications.
The modifications will be taken over and displayed on the
map.
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4 Navigation and Itinerary
planning
Topics covered in this chapter:
4.1 General notes on navigation
Page 76
4.2 Navigation to a destination
Page 77
4.3 Navigation to several destinations (Itinerary planning)
Page 79
Editing, saving and managing itineraries
4.4 Functions which are usefull for navigationn
Page 89
Adding a stage point during navigation
Next destination
Blocking a route section
Using TMC functionality
Keeping the logbook
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4.1 General notes on navigation
Use of NCK is executed at your own risk.
Caution: To protect yourself and others from accidents please do
not operate the navigation system while driving!
Caution: You must not look at the display except when it is
absolutely safe to do so!
Caution: The road layout and the traffic signs are absolutely
prior to the instructions of the navigation system.
Caution: You must not follow the instructions of NCK except
when the circumstances and the road traffic regulations allow
doing so. NCK will guide you to your destination even when you
have left your planned itinerary.
Obstructed GPS
reception
When you turn off the GPS receiver or when the recepton of GPSsignals is obstructed Configuration Kit does not close but
navigation is interrupted.
As soon as the GPS receiver works again the navigation system
notices a possible change of your current position and
recalculates the route. You may simply continue navigation.
Note: Navigation will always continue automatically when you
switch off your hardware without closing NCK before.
Quitting navigation
mode
When you quit navigation mode by command the main screen
appears. You may then indicate another destination or reassume
the by selecting the former destination from the Recent
destinations list.
Arriving at your
destination
When you have reached your destination the system pronounces
the message "You have reached your destination!"
The map is no more presented in navigation mode. A small green
arrow indicates your current position.
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4.2 Navigation to a destination
Navigating to a
destination…
1. Enter your destination as described in "Indicating a
destination", page 39ff.
2. Tap the Start navigation button. (in the standard mode the
navigation is immediately launched with the settings laid
down under the settings screen ROUTE OPTIONS – refer to
section "Routing options" on page 140).
Extended mode
The ROUTE OPTIONS screen opens:
3. Tap the KIND OF ROUTING field and select one of the following
options:
Option
Signification
Dynamic route
(TMC)
You can't select this option unless your
GPS receiver is equipped with the TMC
module.
Traffic and weather situation data
broadcasted by the radio stations will
permanently be considered for route
calculation.
Quick route
The quickest route will be calculated.
Short route
The shortest route will be calculated.
4. Tap the Motorways, Ferries, and Toll road fields
successively and select one of the following options:
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Option
Signification
Permitted
The respective kind of street will be
regarded for route calculation.
Avoid
The respective kind of street will be
avoided if reasonable.
Forbidden
The respective kind of street will be
disregarded for route calculation.
Note: The standard settings for the route options can be
changed by means of the settings screen ROUTE OPTIONS.
You’ll find more detailed information regarding this in the
section "Routing options" on page 140.
5. Tap Start navigation.
The route is now being calculated. The map is being displayed
in navigation mode. Your actual position is shown by a green
triangle. The route has orange colour.
No GPS reception?
When the received GPS signal is not sufficient, the following
message appears:
You have two possibilities:
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Ù Wait until navigation starts. This will happen as soon as the
GPS reception is sufficient.
Ù Tab Cancel
and restart navigation as soon as the reception of GPS
signals is convenient. You may notice that by watching the
GPS symbol on the screen: it becomes GPS ready when the
reception is good.
4.3 Navigation to several destinations (Itinerary
planning)
Note: This function is only available if you’re working in
Extended mode.
Itinerary planning
You may plan itineraries without receiving GPS-signals, e.g.
comfortably at home. Planned itineraries may be stored. Thus
you may plan as many itineraries as you want, e.g. for holidays.
Navigating to several
destinations…
1. On the main screen, tap Several destinations.
The ITINERARY screen opens:
2. Tap the Add destination icon to indicate the first stage
point.
The Destination screen opens.
3. Indicate the destination as described in "Indicating a
destination", page 39.
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4. Tap the Add to itinerary icon.
The ITINERARY screen opens. The destination is added as
Stage point 1.
5. Repeat steps 2-4 for every stage point you want to add to the
itinerary.
Note: If the navigation is launched for a route, the starting
point is always the current position. The first leg of the route
is the first given route point.
6. Tap Start navigation.
The route is now being calculated. The map is being displayed
in navigation mode.
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Editing, saving and managing itineraries
Survey
You may plan as much itineraries as you want, e.g. for holidays.
You may save them and use them later for navigation purposes.
At any moment, you may add stage points, modify the order of
the stages, or display the itinerary on the map.
The following commands are available:
Route point up
Tap the One place up icon to navigate to the respective stage
point earlier (example: stage 3 becomes stage 2).
Route point down
Tap the One place down icon to navigate to the respective
stage point later (example: stage 2 becomes stage 3).
Add route point
Tap the Add destination icon to add a stage point. The new
stage point will be added at the end of the list. You may shift it
forward using the One place up and the One place down icon.
Delete route point
Tap the Delete destination icon to delete the respective stage
point.
This button is deactivated if no route point is marked.
Route administration
For the routes you can
Ù calculate them, in order to display the entire route as well as
the probable duration of the journey, see page 80
Ù save them, page 83
Ù load them, page 84
Ù rename them, page 85
Ù delete them, page 86
Ù display the itinerary on the map, page 87
Ù simulate them, page 88
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4.3.1.1 Calculating the route
Tap the Calculate the route icon to calculate the distance and
the estimated duration of the entire itinerary. The information will
be displayed after you have entered (or confirmed) the route
options.
When the route is calculated, the total distance and the
estimated duration from the first to the last route point are
displayed below the route points list of the ITINERARY PLANNING
screen.
Furthermore, the distance and the estimated duration of each
stage will be indicated with the selected route point entry.
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4.3.1.2 Save itinerary
1. Tap this icon to save the itinerary you have planned.
The NAME OF THE ITINERARY screen opens.
2. Enter a name for the itinerary.
3. Tap OK.
Note: Only the route points will be saved. If you load an
itinerary, you will have to recalculate it.
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4.3.1.3 Load itinerary
1. Tap this icon to load a saved itinerary, e.g. to modify it or for
navigation purposes.
The SELECT ITINERARY screen opens:
2. Select the itinerary you want to load.
3. Tap OK.
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4.3.1.4 Rename itinerary
1. Tap the Load itinerary icon. (This icon is deactivated if there
is no saved itinerary available)
The SELECT ITINERARY screen opens:
2. Select the itinerary, that you want to rename.
3. Tap the Edit icon.
The NAME OF THE ITINERARY screen opens:
4. Enter the new name of the itinerary.
5. Tap OK.
The SELECT ITINERARY screen reopens. The itinerary has been
renamed.
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4.3.1.5 Delete itinerary
1. Tap the Load itinerary icon. (This icon is deactivated if there
is no saved itinerary available)
The SELECT ITINERARY screen opens:
2. Select the itinerary, that you want to delete.
3. Tap the Delete icon to delete the selected itinerary.
The CONFIRM screen appears.
4. Tap OK.
The SELECT ITINERARY screen reopens. The deleted route is no
more listed.
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4.3.1.6 Displaying the itinerary on the map
Show itinerary
Tap the Show on map button to display the entire itinerary on
the map.
The map screen opens.
The itinerary is highlighted in orange.
The stipulated route points (destination) are illustrated in the
given sequence with numbered flags.
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4.3.1.7 Simulating the route
Simulation
You may execute a simulated navigation along the itinerary when
the route has been calculated.
Note: The reception of GPS-signals is not necessary for the
simulation.
Simulation is restricted to routes of 100 km max.
For details refer to "Simulation", page 110.
Simulating the
route...
1. Tap the Show on map button.
The itinerary is displayed on the map.
2. Tap short on any place on the map.
The ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS screen opens.
3. Tap Simulation.
The route will be recalculated for simulation purposes.
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Stopping the
simulation
You may quit a simulation at any moment.
1. Tap short on any place on the map.
The ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS screen opens.
2. Tap Stop navigation.
4.4 Functions which are usefull for navigationn
Survey
In NCK the following functions are available in navigation mode:
Ù Adding a stage point during navigation, see below
Ù Skipping the next stage point, see page 90
Ù Blocking route sections, see page 90
Ù Using TMC functionality for navigation purposes, see page 92
Ù Keeping the logbook, see page 95
4.4.1
Adding a stage point during navigation
Note: This function is only available in "Extended mode".
Adding a stage point
during navigation…
At any moment during navigation you may add a new stage point
to your itinerary. The route will be recalculated in order to make
the new stage point the next destination to navigate to. The
other remaining stage points will be navigated to after the new
one.
Adding a stage
point…
Precondition: The map is being displayed in navigation mode.
1. Tap short on any place on the map.
2. Tap Set interim destination
The DESTINATION screen opens.
3. Indicate the new stage point as described in "Indicating a
destination", page 39.
4. Tap the Set as route point button.
The route will be recalculated in order to make the new stage
point the next destination to navigate to.
Note: Select the new stage point directly on the map, just as
described in "Indication destinations on the map", page 49. Tap
the respective place and hold. From the context menu, select
Add as route point..
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4.4.2
Next destination
Note: This function is only available in "Extended mode".
Next destination
This function is only available when you are navigating a route
with at least one stage point and when you are working in
extended mode.
Use this function if you want to skip the next stage point.
Example: You have planned an itinerary from your office to
"Company A" and then to "Company B" and you are already on
your way. Before you arrive at "Company A", a mobile phone call
informs you that you need not visit Company A.
Tap the Next destination button to navigate to the stage point
after the next (here: "Company B").
The system recalculates the route. "Company B" will be your next
destination.
4.4.3
Blocking a route section
Blocking a route
section manually
You may block a route section manually in order to evade it.
Manual blocking forces a recalculation of the route.
Presume that you are driving on a freeway and a radio message
announces a traffic jam 4 miles ahead of your current position.
With the "Block route sections" function you may instruct the
navigation system to evade the announced traffic jam.
Note: If you have the TMC module then any traffic obstructions
on your route will be automatically detected by the NCK and the
navigation will detour them.
A manual blocking is only valid for the current navigation
process. The respective route section will be unblocked for the
next navigation or when you restart the software.
Blocking a route
section…
Precondition: The navigation system is in navigation mode and
the map is being displayed.
1. Tap short on any place on the map.
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2. Tap Block road..
The BLOCKING screen opens.
3. Enter how many miles (from your current position on) you
want to block.
4. Tap OK.
This forces a recalculation of the route. The indicated route
section will be evaded. On the map, it will be highlighted in
red.
Unblocking a route
section
1. Tap short on any place on the map.
2. Tap Unblock.
The route section is now unblocked. The navigation system
uses the route, which had been calculated originally.
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4.4.4
Using TMC functionality
TMC module
The TMC module provides the navigation system with the latest
traffic information and enables dynamic route calculation in order
to evade traffic jams and other obstructions.
If your GPS receiver disposes of the TMC module, you may
display the received traffic information in NCK.
1. Tap the TMC icon.
The TMC screen opens.
Tuning
The currently received broadcast station is indicated in the
"Station" section.
2. Use the arrow icons of the "Station" section to tune in another
station.
3. If you do not want the station which is received best to be
tuned in automatically select the station you want to receive.
Then tap the Automatic tuning button. Its caption toggles
then to Hold.
If you want to set automatic tuning again, tap the Hold
button. Its caption toggles then to Automatic tuning.
Displaying traffic
information…
4. Use the arrow icons of the "Messages" section to display the
next / previous traffic message.
Every message contains the country, the name or number of
the street (motorway, main road, country road), the
concerned road section and the kind of obstruction.
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5. Tap the Update icon to display traffic information which has
been received since the TMC screen has been opened.
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Closing the TMC
screen
6. Tap the OK icon to close the TMC screen.
Considering TMC
information for route
calculation
Configure the TMC settings to determine how TMC information
concerning your route should be considered.
Automatic route
modification
Precondition: You have selected "Route modification
automatically" in the TMC settings (default).
For details, please refer to "TMC", page 142
If a reported obstruction concerns your route the system evades
obstructions automatically.
The following message appears while the system calculates the
deviation.
Route modification
with confirmation
Precondition: You have selected "Route modification with
confirmation" in the TMC settings.
The following screen informs you about a reported instruction
concerning your route:
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Evade
Tap the Evade button to evade the reported obstruction.
The route will be recalculated in order to evade the obstruction.
Ignore
Tap the Ignore button to ignore the reported obstruction.
Considering TMC
information at a later
moment
If you have selected "Route modification With confirmation",
you may evade or ignore a reported obstruction at a later
moment. Proceed as follows:
1. Tap the TMC symbol.
The TMC screen opens:
Use the arrow icons of the "Messages" section to search for
an obstruction concerning your route.
2. Tap the Status button and select whether the respective
obstruction is to be Evaded or Ignored.
3. Tap the OK icon to update the route. The system recalculates
the route if necessary.
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4.4.5
Keeping the logbook
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You may make NCK keep a logbook. Any start of the logbook
forces the creation of a file in the root directory of your Windows
CE device. You may transmit these files to your PC and open
them with, e.g., Microsoft Excel.
Note: This function is only available on certain Windows CE
devices, e.g. a Pocket PC.
Starting the
logbook…
1. Tap the Logbook icon.
.
The LOGBOOK screen opens:
2. Enter the reason of your journey into the Comment field.
3. Enter the mileage at the beginning of your trip into the
Mileage field.
4. Tap the Reason button and indicate whether it is a Business
journey or a Private journey.
5. Tap OK
The system creates the first logbook entry. The Logbook icon
toggles to
. Logbook activated.
Exiting the logbook…
Collecting data on your trip stops when you arrive at your
destination, when you quit navigation, or when you quit
MobileNavigator.
Alternatively you may tap the Logbook icon. Tap the Action
field and select Exit. The Logbook icon toggles to
. Logbook deactivated.
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Adding an entry…
You may possibly want to add entries to the logbook, e.g. when
your car was refuelled or when you have visited several clients
without using your car. In this case tap the Logbook icon. Tap
the Action field and select Add entry.
Working with the
logbook…
You may transmit the logbook files to your PC where you may
open them and modify the entries (if necessary).
1. Establish an connection between your PC and your Windows
CE device. (For details refer to the manual of your device)
2. In the root directory of your Pocket PC select "Logbook.xls".
3. Copy the file to your PC and open it with Microsoft Excel.
The following information is provided by the logbook files: the
mileage at the beginning of the journey, the reason of the
journey, town and street, the date of the journey, distance,
and others. You may print the logbook or, if necessary, add
them to the logbook you are keeping for tax purposes.
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5 Special NCK functions
Topics covered in this chapter:
5.1 Configuration of the NCK.INI
Page 98
Setting size an position of the application window
File interface
Navigation to the destination of a destination file
GPS-data
Simulation
5.2 User defined POIs
Page 113
5.3 Tracks
Page 114
Structure of the track file
Activating track recording
Recording tracks
5.4 Communication with NCK via the Windows-message
Page 119
Registering your application with NCK
Checking NCK version
Converting coordinates into addresses
Converting addresses into coordinates
Transmitting a new destination
Navigation status
Arriving at the destination
Transmitting GPS-data
Terminating NCK
Demo
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5.1 Configuration of the NCK.INI file
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The NCK.INI file is stored in the NCK program folder. In this file,
you may change the following configuration settings:
Ù Size and position of the application window, see below.
Ù File interface, see page 99
Ù Submit GPS data to the NCK, see page 109
Ù Execute a simulation, see page 110
Ù Track recording, see page 114
5.1.1
Setting size an position of the application window
Size and position of
the application
window
The following parameters determine the size and the position of
the Configuration Kit application window when it is being run
on a laptop or on a Windows CE device:
Note: The whole screen will be used for the application when you
don’t set these parameters.
Attention: Set these parameters carefully. Not every window
size grants satisfying results.
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The concerned parameters must be set in the [Dimension]
section of the NCK.INI file.
Parameter
Significance
Width=680
Width of the application window in pixels.
Height=600
Height of the application window in pixels.
OffsetX=120
X-coordinate of the upper left corner of the
application window.
OffsetY=0
Y-coordinate of the upper left corner of the
application window.
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5.1.2
File interface
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Via the File Interface, you may
Ù indicate a destination file which contains a destination for
instant navigation (parameter DestinationFile),
see page 99
Ù determine whether navigation should begin automatically or
not (parameter AutoStart), see page 102
Ù determine whether the destination file shall be deleted or not
after having arrived at the destination (parameter Delete),
see page 104
Ù read out the current GPS-position (parameters GPSFile and
FormatGPSFile), see page 104
Ù output the way points of a route (parameter RouteList), see
page 104
Ù write the coordinates of a town in a file (parameter Parameter
SaveCoordInFile), see page 105
Section
These parameters may be set in the [FileIO] section of the
NCK.INI file.
Parameter
Significance
DestinationFile=
C:\Input.txt
Path and name of the destination file which
contains the coordinates of a destination for
instant navigation.
GPSFile=
C:\GPSOutput.txt
Path and name of the GPS info file.
FormatGPSFile=
GPGGA
Format of the GPS info file.
Delete=1
Delete the destination file after navigation
or not.
AutoStart=1
Automatic start of navigation on / off.
5.1.2.1 Parameter DestinationFile
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The DestinationFile parameter may be used for indicating a
file which contains a destination for navigation purposes. This
destination may be indicated
Ù as WGS-84 coordinates,
Ù as Gauss-Krueger coordinates, or
Ù as an address.
The first line of the destination file informs NCK on which format
has been used.
Setting Autostart=1 starts navigation to the indicated
destination instantly. The destination needs not to be entered by
the user.
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Note: File paths and names may be chosen without any
restriction.
Note: If no destination is indicated in the destination file, or if
the file DestinationFile does not exist the navigation software
starts in standard mode.
Structure of the
destination file
The file which is indicated in the DestinationFile parameter
must have the following structure:
Format of the coordinates
Destination
Format of the
coordinates
Destination
The format of the coordinates must be indicated as the first
parameter in the first line of the destination file.
Coordinates format
Parameter
WGS-84
[Destination_WGS84]
Gauß-Krüger
[Destination_GK]
Postal address
[Destination_Address]
The indication of the destination depends on the selected format
of the coordinates:
Coordinates parameter
Destination parameters
[Destination_WGS84]
X = 10.12737
Y = 53.37844
[Destination_GK]
X = 3534445
Y = 5973018
[Destination_Address]
City = Würzburg
Street = Berliner Platz
Hno = 11
ZipCode = 97080
CountryId = DEU (for details refer
to "Country Codes - CountryId",
page 101).
Note: With the aid of the parameter SaveCoordInFile (see
section "Parameter SaveCoordInFile" on page 105), you can
record and save the coordinates of a town directly from the map.
Note: When you indicate the destination as a postal address, you
must not enter all of the address parameters. If the software
cannot identify the address without ambiguity, it lists all
matching addresses. The user may then select the correct one
manually.
For information on how to navigate using a destination file,
please refer to “Navigation to the destination of a destination
file“, page 107.
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5.1.2.2 Country Codes - CountryId
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NCK uses country codes like DEU for Germany or AUT for Austria
when stating navigation destinations.
All the valid country codes are listed in the following table.
Note: Ensure when using country codes that they are written
correctly (in uppercase), as otherwise the NCK will not recognize
them properly.
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Code
Country
ALL
used to browse for cities through all
countries
ALB
Albanien
AND
Andorra
AUS
Australia
AUT
Austria
BLR
Belarus (Weißrussland)
BEL
Belgium
BIH
Bosnia And Herzegowina
BGR
Bulgarien
HRV
Croatia
CAN
Canada
CZE
Czech Republic
DNK
Demark
EST
Estland
FRO
Faroe Islands
FIN
Finland
FRA
France
DEU
Germany
GIB
Gibraltar
GRC
Greece
VAT
Holy See (Vatican City State)
HUN
Hungary
ISL
Iceland
IRL
Ireland
ITA
Italy
LVA
Latvia (Lettland)
LIE
Liechtenstein
LTU
Lithuania (Litauen)
LUX
Luxembourg
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Code
Country
MKD
Macedonia
MLT
Malta
MDA
Moldova, Republic of (Moldawien)
MCO
Monaco
NLD
Netherlands
NOR
Norway
POL
Poland
PRT
Portugal
ROM
Romania
RUS
Russian Federation
SMR
San Marino
SGP
Singapore
SVK
Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
SVN
Slovenia
ESP
Spain
SWE
Sweden
CHE
Switzerland
TUR
Turkey
UKR
Ukraine
GBR
United Kingdom (England Scotland and
Wales)
USA
USA
YUG
Yugoslavia
UAE
United Arab Emirates
TWN
Taiwan
5.1.2.3 Parameter Autostart
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Using the Autostart parameter, you may set NCK to start in
navigation mode if a valid destination file is provided.
Parameter
Significance
AutoStart = 1
Navigation to the destination which is
indicated in the destination file
(DestinationFile parameter) starts
automatically as soon as the coordinates
have been read.
If the information from the destination file
results in ambiguity, the user is shown a
selection list of possible destinations before
the navigation is started.
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Parameter
Significance
Autostart = 0
Navigation to the destination which is
indicated in the destination file
(DestinationFile parameter) does not start
automatically.
The destination will be listed in the Saved
destinations list and may there be selected as
destination for navigation.
If the information from the destination file
results in ambiguity, the user is shown a
selection list of possible destinations.
Starting navigation
automatically
If the Autostart parameter is set to 1 (automatic navigation
mode activated), a destination file with valid destination
coordinates should exist.
Navigation starts only when a sufficient GPS signal is available. If
there is no or no sufficient GPS signal, the following message box
opens:
Note: You cannot access any other screen of NAVIGON
Configuration Kit when automatic navigation mode is activated.
Nevertheless, you may interrupt navigation at any time.
If the destination file is not located under the parameter
DestinationFile, the program ends with the respective error
notice.
When you have reached your destination, the respective message
box opens. Your current position will still be displayed on the
map.
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5.1.2.4 Parameter Delete
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Using the Delete parameter you may determine whether the file
which is indicated in the DestinationFile parameter shall be
deleted or not after the termination of NAVIGON Configuration
Kit.
Parameter/Wert
Significance
Delete = 1
The destination file will be deleted after the
termination of the software.
Delete = 0
(default) The destination file will not be
deleted.
5.1.2.5 Parameter GPSFile
Überblick
Using the GPSFile parameter you may write the GPS-data of
your travel into a file.
[FileIO]
GPSFile = C:\Temp\GPSOutput.txt
As long as you are navigating, the system writes once in every
second the GPS-data of your current position into a file. By
default, output is in WGS-84 format:
[GPS_WGS84]
X= 10.12737
Y= 53.37844
5.1.2.6 Parameter FormatGPSFile
Survey
Using the FormatGPSFile parameter you may write the data of
your travel in GPGGA or GPVTG format.
[FileIO]
GPSFile = C:\Temp\GPSOutput.txt
FormatGPSFile = GPGGA
As long as you are navigating, the system writes once in every
second the GPS-data of your current position into the file
indicated in the GPSFile parameter. Output is now in GPGGA or
GPVTG format:
$GPGGA,000020,4947.870605,N,00956.5817,E,1,08,1.1,203.9
,M,48.0,M,,*4F
$GPVTG,69.00,T,69.00,M,0019.5,N,0036.0,K*46
5.1.2.7 Parameter RouteList
Survey
In the [FileIO] section you may indicate a file (path and name)
into which the way list with all its waypoints will be written as
soon as the route has been calculated.
[FileIO]
RouteList = [File for Way list]
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5.1.2.8 Parameter SaveCoordInFile
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With the aid of the parameter SaveCoordInFile you can directly
write the coordinates of a town (irrespective of them being in a
digitalised or non-digitalised area) from the map and into a file
(in the format XML).
The coordinates of the town can then, for example, be used later
on as a destination for a navigation. The saved coordinates are
saved both as WGS-84 format as well as in the Gauß-Krüger
format.
[FileIO]
SaveCoordInFile=\Programme\Navigon\NCK5\Coord.xml
Note: In each case only one coordinate can be saved in the given
file.
How to save the
coordinate from the
map…
1. Open the map view.
2. Tap for a while on the point of interest that you’d like to
establish as the destination.
The location is then circled with an orange dashed line:
(The colour of the circle can deviate depending on the device)
From the data stocks information on the chosen location will
be loaded and displayed.
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3. Tap on the Save button.
The coordinates of the destination are then saved in the
formats WGS-84 and Gauß-Krüger in the given file.
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5.1.3
Navigation to the destination of a destination file
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When you have generated a destination file, e.g. via a track
record, you may navigate to the indicated destination. The
destination file must be indicated in the NCK.INI file using the
DestinationFile parameter.
Example
[FileIO]
DestinationFile=\Programme\NAVIGON\NCK5\Data\Input.txt
GPSFile=\Programme\NAVIGON\NCK5\Data\GPSOutput.txt
FormatGPSFile=GPGGA
Delete=1
AutoStart=1
RouteList=\Programme\NAVIGON\NCK5\Data\RouteList.txt
Autostart=0
When you have set the Autostart parameter to 0, NCK starts
with the ADDRESS screen. The information of the destination file
has been adopted into the respective entry fields.
Operating the
software
You have only restricted possibilities for operating NCK:
Ù Via the Show on map button, you may display the
destination on the map. It will be highlighted by a black
circle:
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Ù You may Start navigation.
Ù You may enter another address on the ADDRESS screen.
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When you have set the Autostart parameter to 1, NCK starts
automatically in navigation mode. You won’t have other
possibilities for operating the software.
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5.1.4
GPS-data
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NCK may receive GPS-data not only from the GPS-receiver, but
also from other interfaces. The necessary settings may be
effected in the [GPS] section of the NCK.INI file.
[GPS]
GPSInput = Message | File |Simulation
GPSInputFile = [File for GPS-Data]
Using the GPSInput parameter, you may indicate the source from
which NCK receives GPS-data.
Note: Make sure that GPS-data have been written in the NMEA
format and once every second into the file before using this file
as GPS-data source.
If you don’t set the GPSInput parameter or if it does not exist,
NCK uses the standard GPS-receiver as source.
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Parameter
Significance
GPSInput = Message
When Message is set, NCK tries to
receive data from the Windows
Message interface. See also
"Transmitting GPS-", page 131.
GPSInput = File
When File is set, you must indicate a
valid GPS-input file using the
GPSInputFile parameter.
GPSInput = Simulation
When Simulation is set and a valid
simulation file is indicated using the
GPSInputFile parameter, NCK starts
in simulation mode. By default, NCK
tries to load the GPSDemoFile.txt file
from the simfiles folder.
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5.1.5
Simulation mode
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In Simulation mode, you may execute a navigation without using
a GPS-receiver and without moving, e.g. for test purposes. In
order to start the simulation mode, a simulation file must exist in
the simfiles folder.
Note: TMC-data cannot be simulated.
Section
Creating a simulation
file
The concerned parameters must be set in the [GPS] section of
the NCK.INI file.
Parameter/Wert
Significance
GPSInput =
Simulation
When Simulation is set and a valid
simulation file is indicated using the
GPSInputFile parameter, NCK starts in
simulation mode. You may now execute a
navigation without using a GPS-receiver
and without moving, e.g. for test
purposes.
In order to start the simulation mode, a simulation file must exist
in the simfiles folder. You may create one as follows:
1. Start NCK.
2. Tap Several destinations.
For further information on itinerary planning, please refer to
"Navigation to several destinations (Itinerary planning)", page
79.
3. Enter a start and a destination point.
4. Tap the Calculate the route icon.
5. Tap the Show on map button.
6. Tap the Additional functions icon.
7. Select Start simulation.
The route will be recalculated.
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Simulation mode starts just after the recalculation.
As soon as simulation mode has started, a file named
GPSDemoFile.txt is created in the simfiles folder which
may be used for further simulations.
Attention: When you start another simulation, an existing
GPSDemoFile.txt file in the simfiles folder will be replaced.
Rename the old file before if you want to keep it.
5.1.5.1 Loading a simulation file
Survey
You may load a simulation file
Ù manually or
Ù automatically
Loading a simulation
file manually
1. In the MAIN MENU, tap Configuration.
2. Via the arrow buttons, select the SIMULATION screen:
3. Tap Start simulation.
The Select a simulation file screen opens.
4. Select the respective simulation file (default:
GPSDemoFile.txt) from the simfiles folder.
Simulation speed
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Tap this button to set the speed of the simulation. 1 means a
very slow, 29 means a very fast simulation speed.
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Loading a simulation
file automatically
When a GPSDemoFile.txt file exists in the simfiles folder and
when the GPSInput parameter is set to Simulation (GPSInput =
Simulation), NCK starts automatically in simulation mode.
Simulated navigation
The software simulates a navigation using the GPS-data of the
simulation file. When the end of the file has been reached,
simulation restarts.
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5.2 User defined POIs
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With NAVIGON Configuration Kit you may define your own
Points of Interest (POI) (e.g. all sites or branch offices of your
company) and select them as special destinations for navigation.
You may assign your user defined POIs to categories and thus
classify them. POIs of one category are represented on the map
by always the same symbol.
Note: User defined POIs are an additional module for NCK which
may be purchased separately.
Database of POIs
User defined POIs must be stored in a database. Otherwise they
can not be displayed on the map. A new database can be created
by the POI Importer software (by Navigon GmbH).
POI Importer imports text files into a new database which
contains the relevant information only. You may as well define
how POIs shall be represented on the map.
Features
Ù You may use as many databases of POIs as you want at the
same time,
Ù each record of a POI contains:
-Name,
-Coordinates;
-Category number
POI folder
Data created with POI Importer will be stored in the POI folder
and will be loaded automatically at each start of NCK.
POI Finder
POI-Finder is a software for selecting user defined POIs. When a
POI is selected, it automatically starts NAVIGON Configuration
Kit in navigation mode. With POI-Finder, you may
Ù assign a category to each POI and
Ù indicate a track leading to it.
Note: POI-Finder is an additional module for NCK which may
be purchased separately.
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5.3 Tracks
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Tracks may be used for navigating to destinations which are not
within reach of the public road network which is covered by the
map. You may define different tracks, e.g.
Ù for different types of vehicles, or
Ù for different seasons.
A track is composed by a list of coordinates which lead from a
point of the covered road network to points outside this road
network. Tracks are displayed on the map as a static red line.
When you are navigating to a destination outside the covered
road network, two route points are being displayed on the map
(see example above). The first one is the point where you have
to leave the digitized road (which is covered by the map). The
second one is the destination point which lays outside the
digitized road network. It is represented by a red flag.
As the distance between these two route points is not covered by
the map, the software cannot give instructions for driving like on
the public road network. Navigation must be effected using the
compass rose and the representation of your current position on
the map.
When you are reaching a position within 10 yards round the
destination point, the system prompts you that you have reached
the destination.
Note: If the destination lies on the covered road network, only
the destination point is indicated on the map.
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5.3.1
Structure of the track file
Track file
A track file is, just like a destination file, indicated by the
DestinationFile parameter of the NCK.INI file. The track
consists of several coordinates in either Gauss-Krueger (GK) or
WGS84 format.
For further information on indicating files, please refer to
"Parameter DestinationFile", page 99.
Structure
A track file must have the following structure:
[Destination_WGS84] or [Destination_GK]
X=[Longitude]
Y=[Latitude]
[POI]
Category = [Name of the POI category (optional)]
Name = [Name of the POI]
Info = [Information text (optional)]
Number = [Number of track coordinates]
Xi = [Longitude]
Yi = [Latitude]
Rules
Ù The X and Y coordinates of the section must be the same as
the last Xi and Yi coordinates of the [POI] section. In the
example below, these are the coordinates X6 and Y6.
Ù The first track coordinate should ideally be a point on the
road.
Ù Coordinates must be entered either in WGS84 or in
Gauss-Krueger format.
Example for a track
file
[Destination_WGS84]
X=9.9730
Y=49.9203
[POI]
Category=Technology
Name=Pumping station
Info=Wear protective clothing during maintenance work
Number=6
X1=9.9692
Y1=49.9219
X2=9.9707
Y2=49.9228
...
X6=9.9730
Y6=49.9203
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5.3.2
Activating track recording
Survey
You may record a track while navigating and thus make the
system write automatically all necessary coordinates into a track
file.
Section
The parameters concerning track recording must be set in the
[Track] section of the NCK.INI file.
Parameter
Value
Significance
Record
1
Track recording activated
0
(Default) Track recording
disactivated.
>0
Maximum number of coordinates.
When the maximum number of
coordinates is reached, the system
inserts a line between the last
recorded coordinate and the current
position.
leer oder
-1
(Default) Unlimited number of
coordinates.
DeltaCourse
Number of
degrees
Divergence for track recording in
degrees. The system writes a new
coordinate for the track only when
the newly followed direction differs
of more than the indicated number
of degrees from the precedent
direction. The default value is
2.5 degrees.
Format
WGS84
GK
coordinate format of the track to be
saved
Empty
Default WGS84
Path
Path and name of the folder into
which the track file will be stored.
The default folder is the program
folder of NAVIGON Configuration
Kit.
MaxCoord
Path
Example
[Track]
Record = 1
DeltaCourse = 2
Path = \Programme\NAVIGON\NCK5\Data
Note: At least the Record parameter must be set to 1, otherwise
track recording is not possible.
You may indicate a special folder for tracks (“track” in the
example), but you must create that folder before.
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If you have activated track recording, you will find an additional
icon in map view mode
Result
which serves for recording tracks.
The listed track is then shown with a yellow line.
5.3.3
Recording tracks
Condition
You have activated track recording in the NCK.INI file as
described above.
Recording a track...
1. In navigation mode, tap the Record icon.
The system starts recording a track. On the map, the track is
highlighted by a coloured line.
2. Tap the Record icon again when you have reached your
destination.
The TRACK PROPERTIES dialog box opens:
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3. Change the default entries where necessary and tap the Save
button.
The track file will be saved into the folder which is indicated
by the Path parameter. It may from now on be used as
destination file (see "Navigation to the destination of a
destination file", page 107.). You may as well transform the
contained data into a file for the POI-Finder software.
Note: You may record further tracks as long as the system is
in navigation mode.
Track file
The properties you have entered in the TRACK PROPERTIES dialog
box will be saved as the parameters Category, Name, and Info in
the [POI] section.
[Destination_WGS84]
X=9.974818
Y=49.920174
[POI]
Category=Track Kategorie:Mast
Name=Track Name: Mast 1752_a
Info=POI_17_09_2004_12_03_01.txt
Number=46
X1=9.969100
Y1=49.921989
X2=9.969094
Y2=49.921833
...
X46=9.974818
Y46=49.920174
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5.4 Communication with NCK via the Windows-message
interface
Windows message
interface
Via the Windows message interface other applications may
communicate with NCK. Below, you will find all Windows
messages which are available for NCK.
Condition
Before you can use Windows messages, you must bind the
NCKRegMsg.h file (which is to be found in the folder of the NCK
program folder) into your own project.
Data queries and
messages from NCK
Several states may be read while NCK is running. Thus your
application may react on defined states of navigation.
To do so your application must register the messages using the
RegisterWindowMessage API function. Use the WM_COPYDATA
Windows message to query different states.
5.4.1
Registering your application with NCK
Name of the
message
NCK_ANNOUNCE_CLIENT_TO_SERVER
The message for registering your application with NCK returns a
WindowHandle to the client. NCK then broadcasts a message to
make itself known to the client.
Parameters
wParam = 0;
// not used
lParam = (LPARAM)(HWND)clientHandle;
// WindowHandle of the client
Name of the
message
NCK_ANNOUNCE_SERVER_TO_CLIENT
Broadcasts a WindowHandle to the server.
Parameters
wParam = 0;
// not used
lParam = (LPARAM)(HWND)serverHandle;
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// WindowHandle of the server
5.4.2
Checking NCK version
Attention: This message is out of date. For connections to the
NCK 5.0 the message NCK_GET_VERSION_EX should be used (see
next page).
5.4.2.1 NCK_GET_VERSION
Name of the
message
NCK_GET_VERSION
Checks NCK’s major and minor version numbers, and the build
number.
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_GET_VERSION;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = 0;
// not used
cpd.lpData = 0;
// not used
NCK returns its version number via a WM_COPYDATA Windows
message.
Name of the
message
NCK_VERSION
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_VERSION;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKVersion);
// Size of the NCKVersion structure
cpd.lpData = NCKVersion;
// Pointer to the NCKVersion structure
typedef struct
{
LONG nSize;
// Size of the structure
LONG nMajor;
// Major version number
LONG nMinor;
// Minor version number
LONG nBuild;
// Build number
} NCKVersion;
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The message returns 0 if the version number has been identified,
otherwise it returns -1.
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5.4.2.2 NCK_GET_VERSION_EX
Name of the
message
NCK_GET_VERSION_EX
Checks NCK’s major and minor version numbers, and the build
number.
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_GET_VERSION_EX; // Name of the message
cpd.cbData = 0; // not used
cpd.lpData = 0; // not used
NCK returns its version number via a WM_COPYDATA Windows
message.
Name of the
message
NCK_VERSION_EX
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_VERSION_EX; // Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKVersionEx);
// Size of the NCKVersionEX structure
cpd.lpData = NCKVersionEx;
// Pointer to the NCKVersionEX structure
typedef struct
{
LONG nSize; // Size of the structure
LONG nMajor; // Major version number
LONG nMinor; // Minor version number
LONG nSubMinor;
// second Minor version number
LONG nBuild; // Build number
} NCKVersionEx;
Return value
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The message returns 0 if the version number has been identified,
otherwise it returns -1.
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5.4.3
Converting coordinates into addresses
Attention: This message is out of date. For connections as of
NCK 5.0 the message NCK_GET_ADDRESS with the structure
NCKTarget should be used (see next page).
5.4.3.1 NCK_GET_ADDRESS with NCKCoord and NCKAddress
Name of the
message
NCK_GET_ADDRESS
Converts a WGS-84 coordinate into a postal address.
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_GET_ADDRESS;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKCoord);
// Size of the NCKCoord structure
cpd.lpData = NCKCoord;
// Pointer to the NCKCoord structure
typedef struct {
LONG nSize;
// Size of the structure
FLOAT fLongitude;
// Longitude
FLOAT fLatitude;
// Latitude
} NCKCoord;
NCK returns the address which corresponds to the transmitted
coordinate via a WM_COPYDATA Windows message.
Name of the
message
NCK_ADDRESS
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_ADDRESS;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKAddress);
// Size of the NCKAddressstructure
cpd.lpData = NCKAddress;
// Pointer to the NCKAddress structure
typedef struct {
LONG nSize;
// Size of the structure
char sCountry[10];
// Country
char sCity[100];
// City
char sZipCode[20];
// Postcode
char sStreet[100];
// Street
char sHouseNumber[20]; // House number
} NCKAddress;
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Return value
The message returns 0 if an address has been identified,
otherwise it returns -1.
5.4.3.2 NCK_GET_ADDRESS with NCKTarget
Name of the
message
NCK_GET_ADDRESS
Converts a WGS-84 coordinate into a postal address.
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_GET_ADDRESS; // Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKTarget);
// Size of the NCKTarget structure
cpd.lpData = NCKTarget;
// Pointer to the NCKTarget structure
typedef struct
{
LONG nSize; // Size of the structure
TCHAR sCountry[MAXLEN_COUNTRY]; // Country Code
TCHAR sCity[MAXLEN_CITY]; // City
TCHAR sZipCode[MAXLEN_ZIPCODE]; // Postcode
TCHAR sStreet[MAXLEN_STREET]; // Street
TCHAR sHouseNumber[MAXLEN_HOUSENUMBER]; // House number
float fX; // x coordinate
float fY; // y coordinate
NCK_COORD_FORMAT coordFormat;
// format of the coordinates
(enum NCK_COORD_FORMAT)
NCKErrorStatus errStatus;
// Error status for the conversion
} NCKTarget;
The following fields must be completed with valid values:
Ù nSize
Ù fX
Ù fY
Ù coordFormat
The NCK sends an NCKTarget structure with the recorded values
for the address back via the WM_COPYDATA Windows message.
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Name of the
message
NCK_ADDRESS
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_ADDRESS; // Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKTarget);
// Size of the NCKTarget structure
cpd.lpData = NCKTarget;
// Pointer to the NCKTarget structure
typedef struct
{
LONG nSize; // Size of the structure
TCHAR sCountry[MAXLEN_COUNTRY]; // Country Code
TCHAR sCity[MAXLEN_CITY]; // City
TCHAR sZipCode[MAXLEN_ZIPCODE]; // Postcode
TCHAR sStreet[MAXLEN_STREET]; // Street
TCHAR sHouseNumber[MAXLEN_HOUSENUMBER]; // House number
float fX; // x coordinate
float fY; // y coordinate
NCK_COORD_FORMAT coordFormat;
// format of the coordinate 0:WGS84, 1:GaussKrueger
NCKErrorStatus errStatus;
// Error status for the conversion
} NCKTarget;
Return value
The message returns 0 if an address has been identified,
otherwise it returns -1.
The NCK will complete the following fields with valid values:
Ù sCountry
Ù sCity
Ù sZipCode
Ù sStreet
Ù sHouseNumber
Ù errStatus
The error status includes an error number (see enum
NCK_ERROR_CODE) and an associate error text.
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5.4.4
Converting addresses into coordinates
Attention: This message is out of date. For connections as of
NCK 5.0 the message NCK_GET_COORDINATE with the structure
NCKTarget should be used (see next page).
5.4.4.1 NCK_GET_COORDINATE with NCKAddress and NCKCoord
Name of the
message
NCK_GET_COORDINATE
Converts a postal address into a WGS-84 coordinate.
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_GET_COORDINATE;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKCoord);
// Size of the NCKCoord structure
cpd.lpData = NCKCoord;
// Pointer to the NCKCoord structure
typedef struct {
LONG nSize;
// Size of the structure
FLOAT fLongitude;
// Longitude
FLOAT fLatitude;
// Latitude
} NCKCoord;
NCK returns the coordinate which corresponds to the transmitted
address via a WM_COPYDATA Windows message.
Note: For a list of the Country Codes refer to "Country Codes CountryId", page 101.
Name of the
message
NCK_COORDINATE
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_COORDINATE;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKCoord);
// Size of the NCKCoord structure
cpd.lpData = NCKCoord;
// Pointer to the NCKCoord structure
Return value
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The message returns 0 if the coordinate has been identified,
otherwise it returns -1.
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5.4.4.2 NCK_GET_COORDINATE with NCKTarget
Name of the
message
NCK_GET_COORDINATE
Converts a postal address into a coordinate.
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_GET_COORDINATE; // Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKTarget);
// Size of the NCKTarget structure
cpd.lpData = NCKTarget;
// Pointer to the NCKTarget structure
typedef struct
{
LONG nSize; // Size of the structure
TCHAR sCountry[MAXLEN_COUNTRY]; // Country Codes
TCHAR sCity[MAXLEN_CITY]; // City
TCHAR sZipCode[MAXLEN_ZIPCODE]; // Postcode
TCHAR sStreet[MAXLEN_STREET]; // Street
TCHAR sHouseNumber[MAXLEN_HOUSENUMBER]; // House number
float fX; // x coordinate
float fY; // y coordinate
NCK_COORD_FORMAT coordFormat;
// format of the coordinates
(enum NCK_COORD_FORMAT)
NCKErrorStatus errStatus;
// Error status for the conversion
} NCKTarget;
The following fields must be completed with valid values:
Ù nSize
Ù sCountry (optional)
Ù sCity (optional)
Ù sZipCode (optional)
Ù sStreet (optional)
Ù sHouseNumber (optional)
Ù coordFormat (details regarding which coordinate format
should be converted)
The more precisely the optional fields are completed, the more
precisely the conversion can be carried out.
The NCK returns the coordinate to the transferred address by
means of a WM_COPYDATA.
Note: For a list of the Country Codes refer to "Country Codes CountryId", page 101.
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Name of the
message
NCK_COORDINATE
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_COORDINATE; // Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKTarget);
// Size of the NCKTarget structure
cpd.lpData = NCKTarget;
// Pointer to the NCKTarget structure
typedef struct
{
LONG nSize; // Size of the structure
TCHAR sCountry[MAXLEN_COUNTRY]; // Country Codes
TCHAR sCity[MAXLEN_CITY]; // City
TCHAR sZipCode[MAXLEN_ZIPCODE]; // Postcode
TCHAR sStreet[MAXLEN_STREET]; // Street
TCHAR sHouseNumber[MAXLEN_HOUSENUMBER]; // House number
float fX; // x coordinate
float fY; // y coordinate
NCK_COORD_FORMAT coordFormat;
// format of the coordinates
(enum NCK_COORD_FORMAT)
NCKErrorStatus errStatus;
// Error status for the conversion
} NCKTarget;
Return value
The message returns 0 if the coordinate has been identified,
otherwise it returns -1.
NCK will complete the following fields with valid values:
Ù fX
Ù fY
Ù errStatus
The error status includes an error number (see enum
NCK_ERROR_CODE) and an associated error text.
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5.4.5
Transmitting a new destination
Survey
At any time, a new destination may be transmitted to NCK. It
calculates then instantly the route and starts navigation to the
new destination. The destination may be transmitted as WGS-84
coordinates, as Gauss-Krueger (GK) coordinates or as postal
address.
Name of the
message
NCK_SET_DESTINATION_WGS84
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_SET_DESTINATION_WGS84;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKCoord);
// Size of the NCKCoord structure
cpd.lpData = NCKCoord;
// Pointer to the NCKCoord structure
Name of the
message
NCK_SET_DESTINATION_GK
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_SET_DESTINATION_GK;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKCoord);
// Size of the NCKCoord structure
cpd.lpData = NCKCoord;
// Pointer to the NCKCoord structure
Name of the
message
NCK_SET_DESTINATION_ADDRESS
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_SET_DESTINATION_ADDRESS;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKAddress);
// Size of the NCKAddress structure
cpd.lpData = NCKAddress;
// Pointer to the NCKAddress structure
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5.4.6
Navigation status
Survey
After both applications having registered each other, they may
exchange information using the WM_COPYDATA Windows message.
5.4.6.1 NCK_GET_STATUS_NAVIGATION
Attention: This message is out of date. For connections as of
NCK 5.0 the message NCK_GET_STATUS_NAVIGATION_EX should be
used (see next page).
Name of the
message
NCK_GET_STATUS_NAVIGATION
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_GET_STATUS_NAVIGATION;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = 0;
// not used
cpd.lpData = 0;
// not used
NCK then returns the navigation status using a WM_COPYDATA
message with a NCK_STATUS_NAVIGATION data section.
Name of the
message
NCK_STATUS_NAVIGATION
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_GET_STATUS_NAVIGATION;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKStatusNavigation);
// Size of the Status structure
cpd.lpData = NCKStatusNavigation;
// Pointer to the Status structure
typedef struct
{
LONG nSize;
// Size of the structure
LONG nDistance;
// remaining distance in meters
LONG nDuration;
// remaining time in seconds
} NCKStatusNavigation;
Note: When NCK is not in navigation mode, it returns 0 for both
nDistance and nDuration.
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Return value
This message has no return value.
5.4.6.2 NCK_GET_STATUS_NAVIGATION_EX
Name of the
message
NCK_GET_STATUS_NAVIGATION_EX
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_GET_STATUS_NAVIGATION_EX;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = 0;
// not used
cpd.lpData = 0; // not used
NCK then returns the navigation status using a WM_COPYDATA
message with a NCKStatusNavigationEx data section.
Return value
This message has no return value.
Name of the
message
NCK_STATUS_NAVIGATION_EX
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_GET_STATUS_NAVIGATION_EX;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKStatusNavigationEx);
// Size of the Status structure
cpd.lpData = NCKStatusNavigationEx;
// Pointer to the Status structure typedef struct
{
LONG nSize; // Size of the structure
LONG nDistance; // remaining distance in meters
LONG nDuration; // remaining time in seconds
} NCKStatusNavigation;
typedef struct
{
LONG nSize; // size of the struct
LONG nDistanceToLastDest;
// remaining distance in meters to last
destination
LONG nDurationToLastDest;
// remaining time in seconds to last destination
LONG nDistanceToNextDest
// remaining distance in meters to next
destination
LONG nDurationToNextDest;
// remaining time in seconds to next destination
} NCKStatusNavigationEx;
Note: When NCK is not in navigation mode, it returns 0 for
bothnDistanceToNextDest and nDurationToNextDest.
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5.4.7
Arriving at the destination
Name of the
message
NCK_DEST_REACHED
If you have reached your destination, NCK sends a WM_COPYDATA
Windows message with a NCK_DEST_REACHED data section.
Parameters
5.4.8
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_DEST_READHED;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = 0;
// not used
cpd.lpData = 0;
// not used
Transmitting GPS-data
Survey
Via Windows messages, GPS-data may be sent to NCK every
second. Use the WM_COPYDATA message to send the data.
Before sending data, your application must have made itself
known to NCK (as described in "Registering your application with
NCK", page 119).
GPS-data must refer to one specific GPS-position. They must
conform the NMEA protocol and must consist of either VTG and
GGA or RMC and GGA.
Name of the
message
NCK_GPS_DATA
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_GPS_DATA;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = sizeof(NCKGPSData);
// Size of the GPS Data Structure
cpd.lpData = NCKGPSData;
// Pointer to auf the GPS Data Structure
typedef struct
{
LONG nSize;
// Size of the structure
TCHAR sGPSSignal[256];
// current GPS Information string
} NCKGPSData;
Example for
lpGPSData
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$GPGGA,000020,4947.870605,N,00956.5817,E,1,08,1.1,203.9
,M,48.0,M,,*4F\r\n$G
PVTG,69.00,T,69.00,M,0019.5,N,0036.0,K*46\r\n
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Note: Both of the NMEA-strings end with CR + LF.
Return value
This message has no return value
NCK
In the [GPS] of the NCK.INI file, the GPSInput parameter must
be set to Message.
[GPS]
GPSInput = Message
5.4.9
Survey
Terminating NCK
NCK may at any time be terminated by the application which has
called it. There are two possibilities:
Ù Terminating NCK with user confirmation, or
Ù terminating NCK without user confirmation.
Name of the
message
NCK_QUIT_WITH_CONFIRMATION
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_QUIT_WITH_CONFIRMATION;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = 0;
// not used
cpd.lpData = 0;
// not used
Name of the
message
NCK_QUIT_IMMEDIATELY
Parameters
COPYDATASTRUCT cpd;
cpd.dwData = NCK_QUIT_IMMEDIATELY;
// Name of the message
cpd.cbData = 0;
// not used
cpd.lpData = 0;
// not used
5.4.10
Overview
Demo application
On the DVD in the DemoApplication folder you’ll find the
NCKController, which implements all the Windows messages
written above. In order to develop the NCKController you
require Microsoft eMbedded Visual C++ 4.0.
In order to develop the NCKController for the Notebook version,
the Microsoft Visual Studio C++ 6 or higher is required.
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6 Configuration of the NCK
Topics covered in this chapter:
6.1 Configuration
Page 134
User mode
Map information
Route information
Signpost information
Speed limit
Volume
Representation
Automode
Routing options
Logbo
Key information
Itinerary
Format
GPS
TMC
Simulation
Home address
Radio-Mute
Product information
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6.1 Configuration
Configuration
In Configuration Kit, you may modify the following settings:
Ù User mode, page 135
Ù Map information, page 135
Ù Route information, page 136
Ù Signpost information, page 136
Ù Speed limit, page 138
Ù Volume, page 138
Ù Representation, page 139
Ù Automode, page 139
Ù Routing options, page 140
Ù Logbo, page 141
Ù Key information, page 141
Ù Itinerary, page 141
Ù Format, page 142
Ù GPS, page 142
Ù TMC, page 142
Ù Simulation, page 143
Ù Home address, page 143
Ù Radio-Mute, page 143
Ù Product information, page 143
On the main screen, tap the Settings button to configure NCK.
On the SETTINGS screen, tap the Save button to apply your
modifications if you have made some.
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6.1.1
User mode
User mode
On the USER MODE screen, you can switch between Standard
mode and Extended mode.
For details to the different user modes refer to "User modes",
page 37.
Restoring the factory
settings…
1. If you want to restore the factory settings, tap the Factory
settings command.
2. Confirm the restoration.
6.1.2
Map information
Note: This function is only available in "Extended mode".
Info on the map
On the MAP INFORMATION screen, you may effect the following
modifications:
Element
Signification
Info bar
The Info bar at the bottom of the map
displays the scale of the map, the
inclination, the compass, the altitude and
the current speed.
Points of Interest
Tap the respective command button to
display (On) or not (Off) Points of
Interest on the map.
Street names
Tap the respective command button to
display (On) or not (Off) Street names on
the map.
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6.1.3
Route information
Note: This function is only available in "Extended mode".
Route info
On the ROUTE INFORMATION screen, you may effect the following
modifications:
Element
Signification
Dist. to final dest.
Remaining distance to the final destination
(estimated).
Remaining time to the final destination
(estimated).
ETA (Estimated time of arrival) at the final
destination.
Tap the respective command buttons to
display (On) or not (Off) the respective
information on the map.
All information displayed below refers to
the final destination. .
Time to final dest.
ETA at final dest.
Dist. to next dest.
Time to next dest.
ETA at next dest.
Remaining distance to the next stage point
(estimated).
Remaining time to the next stage point
(estimated).
ETA (Estimated time of arrival) at the next
stage point.
Tap the respective command buttons to
display (On) or not (Off) the respective
information on the map.
All information displayed below refers to
the next stage point.
This section is only available if you have
indicated more than one destination to
navigate to
6.1.4
Signpost information
Signpost information
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The Show traffic signs command indicates whether signposts
information during the navigation are currently being displayed or
not.
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Note: This information can only be displayed when it is contained
in the cartographic material.
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6.1.5
Speed limit
Speed control
In the settings screen SPEED you can set if, during the navigation,
speed restrictions should be displayed and whether you should be
warned if you exceed these restrictions.
Setting
Significance
Show traffic signs
This command indicates whether signposts
indicating speed limits are currently being
displayed or not.
Tap the Show traffic signs command and
select whether speed limits should be
displayed
Always
On speeding only or
Never.
Warning in built-up
areas
This command indicates from how much
speeding on you want to be warned when
driving within built-up areas.
Tap the Warning in built-up areas
command to select another value or to set
it to Never.
Warning outside
built-up areas
This command indicates from how much
speeding on you want to be warned when
driving outside built-up areas.
Tap the Warning outside built-up areas
command to select another value or to set
it to Never.
Note: This information can only be displayed when it is contained
in the cartographic material.
Caution: Information contained in the cartographic material can
be wrong, e.g. due to road works.
Traffic situation and road traffic regulations are absolutely prior
to the information given by the navigation system.
6.1.6
Volume
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Volume
On the VOLUME screen, modify the volume of the spoken
indications of the navigation system.
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6.1.7
Representation
Note: This function is only available in "Extended mode".
Representation
6.1.8
On the REPRESENTATION screen, you may effect the following
modifications:
Setting
Signification
Skin
Skins are made to personalize the user
interface of NCK.
Tap the Skin field.
Select one of the available skins and tap
OK.
Darken at night
Tap this field and select whether the screen
is to be darkened at night or not. (not
available for notebooks and not for all
PocketPcs)
Automode
Note: This function is only available in "Extended mode".
Automode
On the AUTO MODE screen, you may effect the following
modifications:
Setting
Signification
Begin with
Select the default map view: 2D or 3D.
3D Autozoom
Select the default for navigation with 3D
view:
Autozoom or No Autozoom.
With Autozoom, the system changes the
scale of the map depending on your current
speed: When you drive slowly, the scale
becomes small. When you drive fast, the
scale becomes high.
2D Autozoom
Select the default for navigation with 2D
view: Low Autozoom, Standard
Autozoom, High Autozoom, or No
Autozoom.
With Autozoom, the system changes the
scale of the map depending on your current
speed: When you drive slowly, the scale
becomes small. When you drive fast, the
scale becomes high.
The lower the Autozoom, the lower the
scale.
2D View
Select the default for navigation with 2D
view: North oriented or In driving
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6.1.9
Routing options
Routing options
On the ROUTING OPTIONS screen, indicate your speed profile. This
entry will have an effect on the calculation of the remaining time
and of the estimated time of arrival (ETA).
3. Tap the Speed profile button. Select one of the available
profiles and tap OK.
4. Tap the Type of routing field and select one of the following
options:
Option
Signification
Dynamic route
(TMC)
This option is only available when TMC
signals may be received.
With this option, the quickest route will be
calculated. Reported traffic obstructions
on your route will be considered
automatically.
The Fast route is being calculated when
TMC is not received.
Fast route
The quickest route will be calculated.
Short route
The shortest route will be calculated.
5. Tap the Motorways, Ferries, and Toll roads fields
successively and select one of the following options:
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Option
Signification
Permitted
The respective kind of street will be
regarded for route calculation.
Avoid
The respective kind of street will be
avoided if reasonable.
Forbidden
The respective kind of street will be
disregarded for route calculation.
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6.1.10 Logbook
Logbook
On the LOGBOOK screen, determine whether the logbook is to be
started automatically at the beginning of navigation (Yes) or not
(No).
Independent from the settings made here, you may at any time
start or stop the logbook via the
/
icon.
Note: This function is only available on certain Windows CE
devices, e.g. a Pocket PC.
6.1.11 Key information
Hardware keys
On the KEYS screen, you may configure the hardware keys to
execute the “up”, “down”, “left”, “right”, “enter” and “return”
actions. This enables convenient and easy operation.
When you quit the navigation software, the keys will have their
standard functionality.
Tap the Configure button to check or to modify the
configuration.
Note: This function is only available on certain Windows CE
devices, e.g. a Pocket PC.
6.1.12 Itinerary
Note: This function is only available in "Extended mode".
Calculating legs
In the settings screen ROUTE PLANNING you can set whether or
not after reaching a leg the calculation to the next leg is carried
out automatically.
If the automatic calculation is activated, after reaching the first
leg the route to the next will be calculated automatically.
If you deactivate the automatic calculation, you can navigate to
the next leg destination by briefly tapping somewhere on the
map and then tapping the Next Destination button.
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6.1.13 Format
Units
On the FORMAT screen, determine which units are to be used for
time and distance indications.
Setting
Signification
Time
Tap the Time field to toggle between
12 hours (AM/PM) and 24 hours time
format.
Distance
Tap the Distance field to toggle between
kilometres or miles distance units.
6.1.14 GPS
GPS
On the GPS screen, configure the GPS receiver.
Tap Automatic detection when you have reconnected or
changed your GPS-receiver. Follow the instructions on the
screen.
Tap Manual settings when automatic detection is not
successful. Set the following values:
Setting
Signification
Receiver
Tap the Type of receiver field. Select the
appropriate receiver from the list and tap
OK.
Com-Port
Tap the COM-port field and indicate the
COM / USB-port used by the receiver.
Baud
If you are using a GPS receiver of another
brand than NAVIGON (Type: Other
receiver), enter the respective Baud rate
into the Baud field.
6.1.15 TMC
TMC
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On the TMC screen, determine whether route modifications
caused by TMC traffic information are to be carried out
automatically or with explicit confirmation.
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6.1.16
Simulation
Simulation
On the settings screen SIMULATION you can establish the settings
for a simulation and load saved simulation data.
For details refer to "Simulation", page 110.
6.1.17
Home address
Home address
On the HOME ADDRESS screen, you may save your home address
to quickly start navigation homewards from anywhere.
1. Tap Enter your home address.
The DESTINATION screen opens.
2. Tap the Address button and enter your home address as
described in "Entering an address", page 40.
3. Tap the Set as home address button.
The address is indicated on the HOME ADDRESS screen.
6.1.18 Radio-Mute
Note: This function is only available in "Extended mode".
Note: This function is only available on certain Windows CE
devices, e.g. a Pocket PC.
Radio-Mute
On the RADIO-MUTE screen, you may activate the radio-mute
function if your hands-free kit is connected to the RADIO-MUTE
jack of your car radio. Possible retardations of the hands-free kit
will then have no negative effects on the spoken indications of
the navigation system.
6.1.19 Product information
Product information
On the PRODUCT INFORMATION screen, the name and the version
of the software are displayed.
Tap Show intro to make the system explain its most important
functions.
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7 Appendix
Topics covered in this chapter:
7.1 Annex A: GPS-receiver NAVIGON|TriCeiver
Page 146
Setting up the NAVIGON|TriCeiver in the NCK
Equipping the NAVIGON|TriCeiver
7.2 Annex B: problem solutions
Page 150
Performance
GPS-receiver
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7.1 Annex A: GPS-receiver NAVIGON|TriCeiver
Starting up
1. Connect the NAVIGON|TriCeiver with the vehicle connection
cable and switch it on.
Dioden
Blue light: Bluetooth status (BT)
Ù Flashes every 1 second if no Bluetooth connection has been
created.
Ù Lights up constantly if a Bluetooth connection has been
created.
Green light: GPS status (GPS)
Ù Flashes every second if no GPS fix exists or the position
cannot be determined.
Ù Lights up constantly if a GPS fix exists or the position has
been determined.
Orange light: battery status (Power)
Ù Lights up constantly if the receiver is switched on (cable and
battery operation).
Ù Battery operation: lights up constantly as long as the battery
capacity is sufficient.
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7.1.1
Setting up the NAVIGON|TriCeiver in the NCK
Survey
If there’s no connection between the NAVIGON|TriCeiver and the
Windows CE device, you can check or correct the correction
settings.
1. On your Windows CE device, start the NCK, in order to
establish the Bluetooth connection.
2. On the main screen, tap the Configuration button.
The CONFIGURATION screen opens.
3. Via the arrow buttons, select GPS.
Automatic detection
4. Tap Automatic detection when you have reconnected or
changed your GPS-receiver. Follow the instructions on the
screen.
Manual settings
1. Tap Manual settings when automatic detection is not
successful. Set the following values:
2. Tap the Type of receiver field and indicate the type of your
GPS receiver.
Appendix
You have…
then…
the expandable NAVIGON GPS
receiver,
select Navigon Modular.
non-expandable NAVIGON GPS
receiver with TMC,
select Navigon with
TMC.
a non-expandable NAVIGON GPS
receiver without TMC,
select Navigon without
TMC.
a GPS receiver of another brand,
select Other receiver..
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You have…
then…
an integrated GPS receiver and
an external TMC receiver
select Integrated GPS /
external TMC.
3. Tap the COM port field and indicate the COM-port.
Note: If you have established a wire connection, it is
normally COM-Port 1.
Please refer to the manual of your Windows CE device for
information on what COM-port to select for Bluetooth
connections.
4. If you are using a GPS receiver of another brand than
NAVIGON (Type: Other receiver), enter the respective Baud
rate into the Baud field.
The blue LED at the GPS receiver shines when the connection
is established.
5. Leave the GPS receiver connected to the power supply for
about 2 hours in order to fully charge its battery.
7.1.2
Equipping the NAVIGON|TriCeiver
Expansion modules
At any moment, the GPS receiver may be equipped with the
Bluetooth module (for wireless data transmission) and / or with
the TMC module (to provide traffic information to your navigation
system).
1. Remove all cables from the GPS receiver.
2. Slide the back cover in the direction of the arrow in order to
insert the TMC and/or Bluetooth module.
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TMC Module
3. Set the TMC module in the lower left section and insert the
aerial in the left slot.
4. Fix the aerial with the suckers parallel to the right strut on the
windscreen.
Bluetooth-Module
5. Set the Bluetooth module in the lower right compartment and
the lithium ion battery in the upper compartment.
When you start up, the left lamp lights up blue.
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7.2 Annex B: problem solutions
7.2.1
Performance
Slow calculation
Route calculation is very slow, the voice indications in navigation
mode are coming late.
The efficiency of both route calculation and navigation depends
on the amount of free memory and on the kind of memory card
you use.
In order to navigate properly, the system should dispose of at
least 15MB of free memory on your Pocket PC.
7.2.2
GPS-receiver
Possible error
sources concerning
the initialisation of
the GPS receiver
If the GPS symbol stays red (no GPS-reception) even though the
system has been installed correctly, this may be due to one of
the following reasons:
Ù Reason A: an incorrect COM-port is selected.
Ù Reason B: the receiver is not supplied with power.
A
The GPS receiver is connected to another COM-port than COM 1.
1. On the main screen, tap the Configuration button
The CONFIGURATION screen opens.
2. Via the arrow buttons, select GPS.
3. Tap Automatic detection when you have reconnected or
changed your GPS-receiver. Follow the instructions on the
screen.
4. Tap Manual settings when automatic detection is not
successful. Set the following values:
5. Tap the COM-port field.
6. Select another COM-port.
When the GPS symbol becomes green, you may start
navigation.
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B
The cigarette-lighter is not permanently supplied with power.
If the GPS symbol stays red (no GPS-reception) even though you
have tried all available COM-ports, it may be that your cigarettelighter is not permanently supplied with power.
1. Quit NCK
2. Start your engine.
3. Restart NCK
The GPS receiver should now be ready for use within short
time (the GPS symbol becomes green). In the future, start
your vehicle before starting the navigation software.
The GPS receiver
takes long to be
ready to use
Appendix
The GPS receiver has a battery which maintains saving data
collected during the initialisation process.
Once the initialisation has been executed successfully, there is
two modes of starting the GPS receiver up:
Mode 1
takes about 5 to 6 minutes. The GPS receiver has
not been used for at least one week.
Mode 2
takes about 1 to 2 minutes. The GPS receiver has
been used almost daily.
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8 Glossary
COM-Port
A COM port is a connector to a communications interface, usually
the serial port. The ports are numbered by a number behind
"COM". A communications interface is designed to connect
hardware like a mouse or a GPS receiver.
GMT
GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) is the mean solar time at the Royal
Greenwich Observatory in Greenwich near London, England,
which by convention is at 0 degrees geographic longitude.
Theoretically, noon Greenwich Mean Time is the moment when
the Sun crosses the Greenwich meridian (and reaches its highest
point in the sky in Greenwich). Up to 1972, GMT was the global
time standard. Because of the Earth's uneven speed in its elliptic
orbit, GMT has been replaced by UTC (Universal Time
Coordinated) which is an ultra stable time standard based on
atomic clocks.
GPS
The GPS (Global Positioning System) is based on 24 satellites
which are in orbit round the earth. They are permanently
emitting the time and their current position. The GPS receiver
receives this information and calculates the longitude and the
latitude of its own current position.
The signals of at least three satellites are needed to determine
the longitude and the latitude. With the signals of at least four
satellites the elevation may be calculated, too. The determination
has an accuracy of about 3 yards.
HDOP
The Horizontal Dilution of Precision (HDOP) indicates the quality
of position determination. Theoretically any value from 0 to 50 is
possible. The smaller the value is, the more accurate is the
position determination (value 0 = no deviation from the actual
position). Values up to 8 are convenient for street navigation.
POI
Point of Interest (POI). See ÎSpecial destination.
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RDS
Radio Data Signal (RDS) is a service offered by broadcasting
stations. TMC information is broadcasted via RDS.
Sonderziel
Special destinations, also called POI (Points of Interest), are
covered by the map and may be displayed on it. Harbours,
airports, restaurants, hotels, petrol stations, public buildings, and
others belong to the special destinations. You may determine
special destinations as itinerary points for navigation purposes.
TMC
Traffic Message Channel (TMC) supplies your navigation system
with the latest traffic information. A TMC module which is
available as accessory receives the signals which are broadcasted
by radio stations.
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9 Index
Format......................................... 142
A
Additional functions ......................... 66
Assistance for navigation.................. 68
Automode .....................................139
C
Configuration.................................134
Automode ..................................139
Direction ..................................... 73
Factory settings ..........................135
Format.......................................142
Hardware keys ............................141
Home address.............................143
Logbook ............................... 95, 141
Map information .................... 71, 135
Radio-Mute.................................143
Representation............................139
Route information.................. 72, 136
Route planning............................141
Routing options ...........................140
Signpost .............................. 73, 136
Signpost information....................136
Speed .................................. 73, 138
Speed limit ........................... 73, 138
Speed profile ..............................140
TMC ..........................................142
User modes ................................. 37
Contacts ........................................ 47
Coordinates
Converting ......................... 122, 123
D
Destination
Delete......................................... 61
Home address.............................. 56
rename ....................................... 60
save ........................................... 59
skip ............................................ 90
Voice command............................ 57
Voice command............................ 58
Destination file................................ 99
Destination management.................. 59
Direction ................................. 73, 136
F
G
GMT .............................................. 34
GPS
Interfaces.................................. 109
Problem solutions ....................... 150
Settings .................................... 142
GPS receiver
Possible error sources ................. 150
GPS-Receiver
Equipping .................................. 148
Settings .................................... 142
H
Hardware keys .............................. 141
HDOP ............................................ 35
Home address.......................... 56, 143
I
Indication destinations on the map .... 49
Indication of destinations
Contacts...................................... 47
Favourites ................................... 52
Home address .............................. 56
Recent destinations....................... 54
Saved destinations........................ 52
Info bar .................................. 71, 135
Information
Itinerary...................................... 72
Stage.....................................70, 72
Installation ..................................... 17
Installation in the vehicle.................. 20
Interim destination .......................... 67
Itinerary ........................................ 72
Delete ......................................... 86
Load ........................................... 84
Rename ...................................... 85
Save ........................................... 83
Show on the map ......................... 87
K
Keyboard ....................................... 29
Keys............................................ 141
Favourites ................................. 52, 53
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L
Logbook.................................. 95, 141
M
Map .............................................. 62
2D view ...................................... 65
3D view ...................................... 65
Active ......................................... 62
Additional functions ...................... 66
Automode ................................... 64
Day / Night.................................. 66
Display ....................................... 27
Driving direction........................... 65
freeze ......................................... 64
Hide/Show icons........................... 64
Icons .......................................... 64
Info bar ...................................... 71
Map information ........................... 71
Orientation .................................. 65
Points of interest .......................... 71
Route information......................... 68
Scroll.......................................... 65
Show .......................................... 63
Show itinerary ............................. 65
Signpost ..................................... 69
Speed limit .................................. 69
Street names ............................... 71
Zoom.......................................... 65
Zoom in ...................................... 65
Zoom out .................................... 65
Map information.............................135
Maps
Transferring................................. 19
N
Navigation
No GPS-signal ..............................
Quit............................................
Start...........................................
To a destination ...........................
NCK
Quit............................................
Start...........................................
Next destination..............................
78
67
77
77
28
26
90
Points of interest
In certain town............................. 45
Nationwide .................................. 46
show........................................... 71
Points of Interest (POI) .................... 43
Position
actual ......................................... 68
Freeze......................................... 64
Problem solutions
Performance .............................. 150
Product information ....................... 143
R
Radio-Mute................................... 143
Recent destinations ....................54, 55
Representation.............................. 139
Restoring the factory settings.......... 135
Route information.......................68, 72
Route options ................................. 67
Route planning.............................. 141
Routeninformation ......................... 136
Routeninformationen ....................... 68
Routenoptionen............................. 140
Routing options ............................. 140
S
Search facilities ................................. 8
Section
[GPS] ....................................... 109
[POI] ........................................ 115
Settings
Routing options .......................... 140
Speed profile.............................. 140
Signpost ............................69, 73, 136
Simulation
Stop ........................................... 89
Software keyboard .......................... 29
Software registration and activation ... 19
Speed ..................................... 73, 138
Speed limit .........................69, 73, 138
Speed profile ................................ 140
Stage ............................................ 72
Street names ................................ 135
System requirements ....................... 14
T
P
Parameter
GPSFile ......................................105
MaxCoord...................................116
RouteList....................................104
POI
Database....................................113
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TMC ....................................... 16, 142
Broadcast station.......................... 92
Change route ............................... 93
Equipping .................................. 148
Traffic information ........................ 93
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U
Units ............................................142
USB2Serial ..................................... 18
User modes .................................... 37
V
Version .........................................120
Voice command ......................... 57, 67
W
Windows-Message
NCK_ADDRESS ................... 122, 124
NCK_ANNOUNCE_SERVER_TO_CLIENT
..............................................119
NCK_COORDINATE .............. 125, 127
NCK_DEST_REACHED ..................131
NCK_GET_ADDRESS ............ 122, 123
NCK_GET_COORDINATE ....... 125, 126
NCK_GET_STATUS_NAVIGATION ...129
NCK_GET_VERSION ............. 120, 121
NCK_GPS_DATA ..........................131
NCK_QUIT_IMMEDIATELY .............132
NCK_QUIT_WITH_CONFIRMATION .132
NCK_SET_DESTINATION_ADDRESS
..............................................128
NCK_SET_DESTINATION_GK.........128
NCK_SET_DESTINATION_WGS84 ..128
NCK_STATUS_NAVIGATION .. 129, 130
NCK_VERSION .................... 120, 121
Z
Zoom bar ....................................... 65
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