Navitel Navigator - User Guide

Navitel Navigator - User Guide

Navitel Navigator - User Guide

Navigation Software Navitel Navigator User Guide © 2011 NAVITEL s.r.o. All rights reserved. © 2007 Join-Stock Company “CNT”. All rights reserved. The contents of this Guide, as well as any attached demo materials, are the sole proprietary of Joint Stock Company "CNT" and NAVITEL s.r.o. Any commercial use of this Guide may be carried out only with written permission from Join-Stock Company "CNT" and NAVITEL s.r.o. The information contained in this document shall not be changed without prior notice given to Join Stock Company "CNT" and NAVITEL s.r.o.

Navitel Navigator - User Guide

Contents 1 Getting ready .

4 1.1 Safety requirements . . 4 2 Program interface . 5 3 Functionality . 8 3.1 Route . . 8 3.1.1 Planning a route from a position determined automatically . 8 3.1.2 Planning a route basing on search results . 8 3.1.3 Route editing . 15 3.2 Track recording . . 16 3.3 Creation of a waypoint . . 17 4 Settings . 18 4.1 Map settings . . 18 4.1.1 Map orientation . 18 4.1.2 Automatic zoom . 18 4.1.3 Visual effects . 19 4.1.4 Map tilt . 19 4.1.5 Reset position . 19 4.2 Navigation . . 19 4.2.1 Vehicle . 19 4.2.2 Route on roads/direct line . 20 4.2.3 Avoid . 20 4.2.4 Guidance prompt . 20 4.2.5 Lock on Road .

20 4.2.6 Rerouting . 20 4.3 POI filter . . 21 4.4 Alert settings . . 22 4.5 Settings profiles . . 23 4.6 Online service setting . . 24 4.7 Setting of user maps . . 26 4.8 Interface setting . . 27 4.9 Regional settings . . 28 4.9.1 Interface language . 28 4.9.2 Map language . 28

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4.9.3 Language of voice prompts . 28 4.9.4 Keyboard layout . 29 4.9.5 Keyboard language . 29 4.9.6 Units of measurement . 29 4.10 System settings . . 30 5 My Navitel . 33 5.1 Purchase maps . . 33 5.2 Download maps . . 33 5.3 Updates . . 33 5.4 Help . . 33 6 Additional information . 34 6.1 “Map” screen . . 34 6.1.1 Viewing the map . 34 6.1.2 Scaling the map . 34 6.1.3 GPS cursor . 34 6.1.4 Compass . 34 6.1.5 Information panels . 35 6.2 Satellites . . 35 6.3 Weather . . 36 6.4 Gauges and meters . . 37 6.4.1 List of gauges . 37 7 Eventual errors and troubleshooting . 42 7.1 Eventual errors . .

42 7.2 Starting the program after a crash . . 43

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4 1 Getting ready If “Navitel.Navigator” is installed in a built-in or portable navigation device it is recommended that the user guide to the device be properly studied before starting the program. Instruction for installation of the program to a tablet/smartphone/telephone is available at http://navitel.cz/en/support/instructions/nn-install. You can find the instruction on program registration at http://navitel.cz/en/support/instructions/nn- registration/. You can view the instruction on purchase of the program and maps at http://navitel.cz/en/support/instructions/buy-a-map/. 1.1 Safety requirements • Program setting adjustment and route planning must be done before starting the vehicle.

• Changing of program settings and/or editing of the route after starting the movement must be done only after the vehicle has been stopped in a proper place.

• When moving it is recommended not to be distracted from driving by looking at the screen of your navigation device, but to follow voice prompts having checked the sound settings of the device before starting movement. • You must observe driving regulations, including speed limits and lanes, and maneuver only where allowed and safe. Remember! Road safety is of prior importance!

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5 2 Program interface Figures 1 to 4 show the main elements of the interface. Description of the elements is given below in Table 1 – Elements of interface. Note: The device in the pictures is shown only as an example.

The model of the user’s device and orientation of the screen may differ from those shown in the picture.

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6 Table 1 – Elements of interface № Designation Brief description 1 GPS GPS/GLONASS connection indicator. Colours of the icon: grey – receiver is turned off; red – receiver is turned on, but there is no connection with satellites; yellow – bad connection; green – connection is established. The number in the icon shows the number of satellites with which connection was established. Tapping on the icon opens the menu in which the user can switch the receiver on or off or proceed to the “Satellites” screen or to receiver settings. 2 Compass Tapping on the icon opens the context menu, which controls options of map orientation (“North Up”, “Track Up”), the view of the map (Plain view “2D” and Panoramic view “3D”) and the skins (“Night skin”, “Day skin”, “Auto”).

3 Information panel The upcoming maneuver. It shows turnings, distance to the next maneuver. Tapping on the sign opens the menu where the user can stop route guidance and control other route options. 4 Information panel The name of the street following the maneuver. 5 Back to position The button is active if the map has been moved, and a map area other than that of current position is being displayed. Short tapping on the button returns the map to the current position. 6 Speed Current speed. 7 Route Active route. 8 GPS cursor The mark indicates the current position of the device when the GPS receiver is turned on.

See more information in 8.1.3 “GPS-cursor” of the guide.

9 Lane Displaying of road lanes with possible maneuvers. 10 Progress bar Indication of approaching to the maneuver. 11 Menu Button opening the main menu of the program. 12 Information panel Displaying of data provided by meters and gauges (distance, speed, time). 13 Information panel Name of the current street (active only when connection with satellites is established). The direction is displayed if the map does not contain this information. 14 Scale button Zoom out button. Short tapping changes the scale by a set value, holding the butting changes the scale faster.

15 2D/3D Switching between the plain 2D and the panoramic 3D map views, possible for the map scales of 5 to 300 meters.

Map tilt depends on the scale: the greater the scale, the less the tilt. 16 Scale button Zoom in button. Short tapping changes the scale by a set value, holding the button changes the scale faster. 17 “Navitel.Events” Button for controlling the “Navitel.Events” service. 18 “Friend” Shows location of the friend added in the “Navitel.Friends” service. If the icon is grey the friend is offline; if the icon is green the friend is online.

19 “Navitel.Traffic” Icon for controlling the “Navitel.Traffic” service. The icon displays general traffic intensity on ten-point scale. 20 Time Current time which is read from the settings of the device. 21 Battery charge Icon indicating the level of battery charge. Tapping on the icon shows free device memory.

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7 22 “Navitel.Friends” Icon to open the menu of the “Navitel.Friends” service. The service is intended for adding friends, viewing their location and exchanging messages with them. 23 Route panel Displays the route, current location and traffic jams on the route.

24 Sound Tapping on the icon opens the sound settings. 25 “Navitel.SMS” Button for reading/sending messages and using coordinates in them. The number of unread messages is shown near the icon. 26 “Event” Road event marked by other users of the “Navitel.Events” service. 27 Point on the map Short tapping on the map marks the point for further operations with it: saving as a waypoint, adding to the route or viewing the information on the object, and others.

28 “Save” Saves the point marked in the map as a waypoint. 29 “Cursor” Shows the menu for operations with the point marked on the map. 30 Waypoint Waypoints, previously created by the user and marked on the map. Tapping on the point opens the panel to work with the waypoint. 31 Point of interest Various objects included in the map (traffic lights, subway stations, fuel stations, etc.). 32 Track recording Button for track recording: red – recording is on, grey – recording is stopped.

33 Updates Provides access to the program and map updates 34 Weather Tapping on the icon opens the “Navitel.Weather” screen.

35 “Back” Returning to the previous screen. 36 “Go!” Tapping on the button creates a route to the selected point. 37 “Map” Tapping on the button opens the main “Map” screen. 38 Information panel Displays information on the point selected on the map. Pressing on the information panel displays additional data and options. 39 Right/Left Shows information about the objects, located in the vicinity of the current point.

40 Copy Copies coordinates of the selected object. 41 “Route through” The button is active only when there is an existing route. Tapping on the button marks the selected point as a point of the route. The last added point becomes the first one in the route after the starting point. 42 “Set finish” The button is active only when there is an existing route. Tapping on the button continues the route up to the marked point making it the destination point. 43 “Set start” Tapping on the button determines the selected point as a starting point of the route (GPS/GLONASS receiver must be switched off).

44 “Go!” Tapping on the button creates a route to the selected point. 45 “Navitel.SMS” Tapping on the button sends data of the point via the “Navitel.SMS” service. Note! The icons to be shown on the display are selected in the interface settings. To proceed to the screen select “Menu” → “Settings” → “Interface”. See point 6.8 of the present guide for more information on the interface settings.

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8 3 Functionality 3.1 Route To plan a route from an automatically determined current position (GPS receiver is switched on) select a destination point on the map or determine it in the program menu.

It is also possible to mark the starting point on the map or set it in the program menu, when there is no established GPS connection. 3.1.1 Planning a route from a position determined automatically 1. When the GPS/GLONASS receiver is switched on and connection with satellites is established the current position is determined automatically. To have a route planned from this position select an object which will be the destination point by tapping on the map. Use ” buttons to zoom in/out for easier finding the object in the map.

2. Having selected the object, press “Cursor” in the bottom part of the screen (Fig.5). 3. Press “Go!” in the bottom left corner of the screen (Fig. 6). The program will automatically create a route to the point. Note! On maps, which do not contain the information for route planning (roads, buildings, other objects), the route will be displayed as a straight line connecting the current location and the selected destination point. 3.1.2 Planning a route basing on search results All route points can be as well set manually in the program menu. The program allows several options for finding objects in the map.

Fig. 5 Fig. 6

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9 To proceed to these options, press “Menu” in the bottom left corner of the “Map” screen (Fig.7) and select “Find” (Fig.8). 3.1.2.1 By address 1. Select “Menu” → “Find” → “By Address”. 2. Select country, settlement (city, town), street, a building in the street or another street that intersects it (Fig.9). Entry line will be displayed after pressing the corresponding data field. All parameters must be selected from the prompts dropping down at typing under the entry line. The virtual keyboard can be shown and hidden using the keyboard icon in the top right corner of the screen (Fig.10).

A field becomes active only when the previous field has been filled out. If a field is not active when the previous parameter is set, this means that the map does not contain such information. For setting a partial address, for instance for finding a street, set the address till the street level and press “Result” in the top right corner of the screen (Fig. 9). When all address parameters have been set, the object will be shown in the “My route” screen (Fig. 6).

Fig. 9 Fig. 10 Fig. 8 Fig. 7

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10 3. Press “Go!” in the bottom left corner of the “My route” screen to plan a route to the selected object, or press the address field (or object name field) to proceed to the “Properties” screen (Fig. 11) where you can choose to press “Go!” to plan a route to the selected point or set it as a starting point of the route by pressing “Set start”. “Route through” and “Finish” are active only when there is an existing route. Pressing of “Route through” adds the point to the existing route. When several points are added to the route the last added point becomes the first one after the starting point.

Pressing “Finish” makes the marked point the destination point of the route. The point previously determined as the destination becomes the last route point before the new destination point.

3.1.2.2 Nearest places It is important to determine the reference point in this search option. A reference point is a point in relation to which the nearest places will be found. 1. Select “Menu” → “Find” → “Nearest Places”. 2. For search of an object select one of the following reference points (Fig. 12): “Current location” – search of an object near the current position (the option is available only when GPS/GLONASS connection is established); “Cursor” – search of an object near the cursor on the map; “Postal address” – search of an object near a particular address; “By route” (active when there is an existing route) – search of an object along the route; “Finish” (active when there is an existing route) – search of an object near the destination point; “History” – selection of an object form the list of objects that have been previously searched for.

3. Select the object category and subcategory where available (Fig.13). Fig. 11 Fig. 12 Fig. 13

11 4. Start typing the name of the object and select the object from the prompts (Fig. 14). The virtual keyboard can be shown and hidden using the keyboard icon in the top right corner of the screen. All the objects are listed according to distance from the reference point: the nearest objects are shown at the top of the list, the farthest are at the bottom of the list. 5. Press “Go!” in the bottom left corner of the “My route” screen (Fig. 15) to plan a route to the selected object, or tap on the object name field to proceed to the “Properties” screen (Fig.

16) where you can choose: “Go!” – the object becomes the destination point. If there is an existing route all its points except for the starting point will be deleted; “Set start” – the object becomes the starting point of the route; “Route through” (when there is an existing route) – the object becomes a route point. When several points are added, the last added one becomes the first route point after the starting point; “Finish” (when there is an existing route) – the object becomes the destination point of the route. All route points will be retained, and the point previously set as the destination point becomes the last route point before the new destination point.

3.1.2.3 Friends This search option helps to see the current location of friends added in the “Navitel.Friends” service, and to plan a route to meet them. 1. Select “Menu” → “Find” → “Friends”. 2. Select a friend from the list (Fig.17). Fig. 14 Fig. 15 Fig. 16 Fig. 17

12 A screen will display information on current location of the friend (Fig.18). 3. Press “Go!” in the bottom left corner of the screen (Fig.18) to plan a route to the friend’s location, or tap on the address field to proceed to the “Properties” screen, where you can choose: “Go!” – the friend’s location becomes the destination point.

If there is an existing route all its points except for the starting point will be deleted; “Set start” – the friend’s location becomes the starting point of the route; “Route through” (when there is an existing route) – the friend’s location becomes a route point. When several points are added the last added one becomes the first route point after the starting point; “Finish” (when there is an existing route) – the friend’s location becomes the destination point of the route. All route points will be retained, and the point previously set as the destination point becomes the last route point before the new destination point.

For more information on the “Navitel.Friends” service, please, refer to http://navitel.cz/support/instructions/navitelfriends. 3.1.2.4 Waypoints Coordinates of particularly interesting objects or objects which are often visited can be saved as waypoints (see point 5.3 “Creation of a waypoint”). A route can be planned to a waypoint previously created by the user. 1. To plan a route select “Menu” → “Find” → “Waypoints”. 2. Press the arrow to the right of the name field of the point (Fig. 19) to proceed to the “Properties” screen.

3. Select one of the following options in the “Properties” screen (Fig.

20): Fig. 18 Fig. 19 Fig. 20

13 “Go!” – the point becomes the destination point. If there is an existing route all its points except for the starting point will be deleted; “Set start” – the point becomes the starting point of the route; “Route through” (when there is an existing route) – the point becomes a route point. When several points are added the last added one becomes the first route point after the starting point; “Finish” (when there is an existing route) – the point becomes the destination point of the route. All route points will be retained, and the point previously set as the destination point becomes the last route point before the new destination point.

3.1.2.5 History This section of the menu contains all objects and addresses that have been searched for in the program with any search option. All objects are listed according to the date of search: the newest are at the top of the list, the oldest ones are at the bottom of the list. 1. Select “Menu” → “Find” → “History”. 2. Press the arrow to the right of the object (Fig. 21) to proceed to the “Properties” screen. 3. Select one of the following options in the “Properties” screen (Fig. 22): “Go!” – the object becomes the destination point. If there is an existing route all its points except for the starting point will be deleted; “Set start” – the object becomes the starting point of the route; “Route through” (when there is an existing route) – the object becomes a route point.

When several points are added the last added one becomes the first route point after the starting point; “Finish” (when there is an existing route) – the object becomes the destination point of the route. All route points will be retained, and the point previously set as the destination point becomes the last route point before the new destination point.

Fig. 21 Fig. 22

14 3.1.2.6 Favorites This section of the menu contains all objects and addresses that have been most often used as route points or most often searched for in the program with any search option. Unlike the “History” option all objects are listed here according to frequency of use – the objects used most often are at the top of the list. 1. Select “Menu” → “Find” → “Favorites”. 2. Press the arrow to the right of the object (Fig. 23) to proceed to the “Properties” screen. 3. Select one of the following options in the “Properties” screen (Fig.

24): “Go!” – the object becomes the destination point. If there is an existing route all its points except for the starting point will be deleted; “Set start” – the object becomes the starting point of the route; “Route through” (when there is an existing route) – the object becomes a route point. When several points are added, the last added one becomes the first route point after the starting point; “Finish” (when there is an existing route) – the object becomes the destination point of the route. All route points will be retained, and the point previously set as the destination point becomes the last route point before the new destination point.

3.1.2.7 By coordinates The search option helps to find an object by its coordinates. It is possible to input coordinates manually, or insert the coordinates which have been copied in the “Properties” screen of the object. The button for copying is to the right from the coordinates field (Fig.25). Fig. 23 Fig. 24 Fig. 25 Fig. 26

15 3.1.3 Route editing 1. Press the sign of an upcoming maneuver in the top left corner of the “Map” screen (Fig. 26). 2. Select one of the following options: “Stop Route Guidance” – removes the route from the map (Fig. 27). If the route simulation mode is switched on the “Stop demo” option will be displayed instead for stopping the route simulation.

“Avoid” – indicates that further movement is no longer possible starting from the current position. The program will plan another route.

“Demo route” (GPS/GLONASS receiver must be switched off) – starts simulation of movement along the route to see all maneuvers and other road information. Such demonstration helps to find the parts of the route that the user might want to avoid, and to plan an alternative route. “Go Next Via point” – deletes the next route point (Fig. 28). “Show route” – shows the complete route on the map, including all its points. “Settings” – displays the “Navigation” screen (see point 6.2) for setting navigation parameters. A route can also be edited by tapping on the map to mark a point and setting it as a starting, destination or other route point in the “Properties” screen.

When there is an existing route, the last selected point may be determined as a new destination point by pressing “Go!”. All other points except for the starting point and the new destination point will be deleted. Pressing the “Set start” button determines the selected point as a starting point. Pressing the “Route through” button adds the selected point to the existing route. When several route points are added the last added one becomes the first route point after the starting point. Pressing the “Finish” button makes the selected object the destination point of the route. All route points will be retained, and the point previously set as the destination point becomes the last route point before the new destination point.

Access to the route editing options is also possible via the main menu of the program. Press “Menu” in the bottom left corner of the main screen, then select “Route”. The menu contains the following options for route editing: “Edit route” (search for points with the “Find” options), “Show route”, “Avoid”, “Demo route”. Here you can stop route simulation and Fig. 27 Fig. 28

16 delete a created route by pressing the “STOP” button in the upper right part of the screen near the information panel, which indicates the remaining distance and time to the destination point, and arrival time.

This menu allows viewing the plan of the route (“Route plan”) containing information on every maneuver, including the name of the street and distance to the maneuver. Route export function for its further use or storing in another device, and route import function for storing routes from another device are also available here.

To export the route press “Export”, select the folder for saving the route, the file type and enter the name of the route. At the bottom of the screen there is the “New folder” button for creating a new folder, and the “Up” button for navigation to the upper level of the catalogue of folders. The “Import” function allows viewing of recorded tracks and importing of routes, which are adjusted to the current navigation settings on importing: select the folder containing the recorded route and the type of the file. At the bottom of the screen there is the “New folder” button for creating a new folder, and the “Up” button for navigation to the upper level of the catalogue of folders.

3.2 Track recording Track recording is possible only with established GPS connection. Use the “Track record” button on the main panel of the “Map” screen to switch recording on (becomes red) or off (becomes grey). To show the button on the panel select “Menu” → “Settings” → “Interface” → “Map buttons” → “Track record” (the icon which a tick must be green). Switching on/off of the function is also possible from the program menu. Select “Menu” → “Settings” → “Tracks” and set the “On/Off” slider in the “Track record” field (Fig. 29) in the corresponding position. Here the user can also set the track file format by means of a special slider.

Tap on the “Track’s folder” field to select a folder to store track files (Fig. 30) and confirm by pressing “ОК” in the top right corner of the screen. “Show latest 10 000 track points” allows displaying of the track covered within the last 10 000 seconds on the map. To switch the function on/off set the “On/Off” slider in the in the corresponding position. Fig. 29 Fig. 30

17 3.3 Creation of a waypoint 1. To create a waypoint mark an object on the map • By tapping on the map, or • By finding the object with tone of the search options in the “Menu”. For example, select the object in the “History” option: “Menu” → “Find” → “History” → select an object (Fig.

31) → press the “Map” button in the top right corner of the “My route” screen (Fig. 32). 2. Press “Save WP” in the bottom right corner of the screen (Fig. 33). 3. Enter the name the point, set its description and determine its type (Fig. 34) in the “Waypoint” screen. If the name of the point is not set by the user the program will assign a three-character number to it.

Fig. 31 Fig. 32 Fig. 34 Fig. 33

18 4 Settings Route settings, displaying of routes, road data, functional buttons, as well as program settings are determined in the “Settings” section of the menu. 4.1 Map settings Select “Menu” → “Settings” → “Map” to determine the settings for displaying a map and objects on the map. 4.1.1 Map orientation The following options of map orientation are available (Fig. 35): “Map’s north is on top” – the map view will always be north-oriented; “Rotate map with movement” – the map will be oriented in the travel direction. Set the switch in the corresponding position to select an option.

4.1.2 Automatic zoom The “Automatic zoom” function controls automatic map scaling depending on the speed and upcoming maneuvers. The following parameters for automatic scaling are adjustable in the program (Fig. 36): “Used scales” – setting of the minimum and maximum scales for automatic zooming; “Preferred zoom” – setting of a value of a preferred scale, which must fit in the range between the selected min. and max. used scales. Only manual map scaling is possible if the “Automatic zoom” function is switched off. To switch the function on/off set the “On/Off” slider in the corresponding position, as shown in figure 36.

Fig. 35 Fig. 36

19 4.1.3 Visual effects The following visual effects are available for setting in the program: • Object border smoothing; • Smooth motion; • Smooth zoom (Fig. 37). Set the “On/Off” slider in a corresponding position to switch the function on/off. The “Draw models from” option allows setting the map scale when 3D models of objects must be displayed (Fig. 38). Note! Activation of visual effects may increase the time for map rendering. 4.1.4 Map tilt To set the parameters of map tilt for 3D view of the map, set the slider leftward for minimum tilt (similar to 2D mode) or rightward for a greater tilt (Fig.38).

4.1.5 Reset position The “Reset position” function helps to display current position (GPS cursor or a marked point), if the map was moved. It is possible to set the time after which the displaying will return to the current position (Fig. 38): 5 s, 10 s, 15 s, 20 s or “Never” (the function is off). 4.2 Navigation For navigation setting adjustment select “Menu” → “Settings” → “Navigation”. This menu section contains parameters that are taken into account on planning a route and movement along the route.

4.2.1 Vehicle The option helps to determine the mode of travel and type of vehicle for route planning (Fig. 39): pedestrian, bicycle, car/motorcycle, taxi, bus, emergency, delivery, truck. To determine the means of transport, tap on the “Vehicle” field and the select the suitable option. The option is applicable only if the map contains corresponding data. Fig. 39 Fig. 37 Fig. 38

20 4.2.2 Route on roads/direct line Set the slider to a corresponding position to determine how the program should plan the route: on roads, or as a straight line connecting the starting and the destination points (Fig.

39). 4.2.3 Avoid The program allows avoiding certain road objects when the route is being planned. The following options may be switched on/off by setting the “On/ Off” slider in a corresponding position: • “Avoid toll roads”; • “Avoid unpaved roads”; • “Avoid ferry connections” (Fig. 40). When an option is on, the program will try to avoid planning a route which would include such objects. 4.2.4 Guidance prompt Set the slider to one of the positions within the interval between “More distance” (the earliest possible) and “Less distance” (the latest possible) to determine the time when the program must inform of the upcoming maneuver (Fig.

40).

4.2.5 Lock on Road This function assures displaying of the current position in relation to the route. When the function is switched off the cursor may wobble, which occurs because of constant recalculation of current position of the receiver for example at any attempt to avoid even a tiny obstacle on the road, or at low quality of GPS signal. To “lock” the cursor on the road when the user follows the route the option must be on. Select one of the options with a slider: “Don’t lock” (the function is off); Closer 20m; Closer 50m; Closer 100m; Closer 200m; Closer 500m; Auto (Fig. 41). 4.2.6 Rerouting The “Rerouting” option allows determining the situation when the created route must be replanned automatically by the program.

The user can set two parameters here: recalculation of the route in case of deviation from the current route or when a faster route can be planned. Fig. 40 Fig. 41

21 “When off-route” – the parameter allows setting the distance of deviation from the current route, when the program must replan a route from the current position: determine the distance by setting the slider in a corresponding position within the intervals of 20 m to 100 m. “When found a route faster” – the parameter allows setting the time for the cases, when there is a possibility for the program to replan a route that would be faster than the set time value: determine the time by setting the slider in a corresponding position within the intervals of 5 min to 20 min.

4.3 POI filter For adjustment of settings for point of interest (POI) filtration select “Menu” → “Settings” → “POI filter”. This submenu represents the points of interest divided into categories (Fig.42). Tapping on “+” to the left of the category opens the list of subcategories. Tap on the category name field to switch displaying of all POI of the given category on/off. The round icon with a tick is green if the category is active (being displayed on the map), and grey – if the category is inactive. The icon will be half grey, half green when only some subcategories have been selected.

Tapping on the “Setting” button to the right of the category opens the screen containing the following parameters (Fig.43): • “Turn off all” – switching off of all POI of the category; • “Edit all” – editing of settings for displaying of the POI of the category; Tapping on “Edit all” opens additional parameters for the category, which are (Fig.44): • “Seen on scales” – setting of the minimum and the maximum values of the map scales, which will show icons of the POI of the given category; • “Show POI names” – switching on/off of the function.

Having activated the function set the scale value for the “Labels seen on scales” option to determine the map scale when names of the objects will be displayed on Fig. 42 Fig. 43 Fig. 44

22 the map. This scale value is related to the map scale values set for the “Seen on scales” parameter (Fig.44). Confirm by pressing “OK” in the top right corner of the screen. Displaying of some of road objects (for example, traffic lights) cannot be switch off. Their displaying on the map depends only on the scale of the map. To reset the category tap on “Restore defaults” (Fig. 43). “All types” shown at the top of the screen (Fig. 42) allows application of the same parameters to all POI categories. It is further possible to set special values for a certain category/subcategory, which would be applied only to it.

4.4 Alert settings To determine alert settings select “Menu” → “Settings” → “Alerts”. The “Speed limits” function is intended for informing the driver that the speed limit for the current part of the road has been exceeded. There are two options available: sound alert and visual alert. The option of sound alert is switched on/off with the “On/Off” slider in the “Enable sound alert” field. For the sound alert option it is possible to choose voice alert or signal alert by setting the slider to a corresponding position (Fig. 45), and to condition the trigger for the alert: “Always alert”, “Overspeed is 0 km/h, 10 km/h, 20 km/h, ..., 100 km/h”.

If “Overspeed is 0 km/h” is selected the alert will trigger as soon as the speed limit has been reached. If "Always alert" is selected the alert will trigger on entering a part of the road with a speed limit different from the previous one.

The visual alert option is intended for alerting the driver with the help of special markings on the map. This option can be switched on/off by setting the “On/Off” slider in the “Enable visual alert” field to a corresponding position. It is also possible to set the trigger condition for the visual alert: “Always alert”, “Overspeed is 0 km/h, 10 km/h, 20 km/h , 100 km/h”. When the option is on, a speed limit sign is displayed in the upper right part of the “Map” screen (Fig. 46).

Fig. 45 Fig. 46

23 The “SPEEDCAM” function is intended for informing the driver of speed cameras, radars, dangerous crossroads, speed bumps and pedestrian crossings.

There are two options available: sound alert and visual alert. The option of sound alert may be switched on/off with the “On/Off” slider in the “Enable sound alert” field. For the sound alert option it is possible to choose voice alert or signal alert by setting the slider to a corresponding position (Fig. 47), and to condition the trigger for the alert: “Always alert”, “Overspeed is 0 km/h, 10 km/h, 20 km/h, ..., 100 km/h”.

The visual alert option is intended for alerting the driver of dangers or obstacles on the route with the help of special markings on the map. This option can be switched on/off by setting the “On/Off” slider in the “Enable visual alert” field to a corresponding position. It is also possible to set the trigger condition for the visual alert: “Always alert”, “Overspeed is 0 km/h, 10 km/h, 20 km/h , 100 km/h”. Tap on the “Selecting SPEEDCAM types” field to select the types of SPEEDCAM of which the user must be informed and switch the required SPEEDCAMs on/off by setting the “On/Off” slider to a corresponding position.

To switch the automatic SPEEDCAM file updating by downloading it from NAVITEL® server select “Menu” → “Settings” → “Online services” and set the “On/Off” slider in the “Update SPEEDCAM” field to “On” position. To switch the option off set the slider to “Off” position. The “Show traffic lanes” option is intended for displaying information on road lanes and admissible maneuvers on roads with two or more traffic lanes in one direction. To switch the option on/off set the “On/Off” slider to a corresponding position. 4.5 Settings profiles Select “Menu” → “Settings” → “Profiles” to create or edit profiles of settings.

Here the user can also switch between existing profiles (Fig.48).

Tap on “Add” in the bottom left corner of the “Profiles” screen to save the current settings as a profile, enter the name of the profile and confirm by tapping on “OK” in the top right corner of the screen. All the parameters can be reset to the default ones by tapping on “Reset” in the bottom right corner of the “Profiles” screen. The program will be restarted. Fig. 47 Fig. 48

24 To edit the name of the profile tap on “Edit” in the top right corner of the screen of profiles, then press “Edit” in the profile name field, type in a new name and press “OK” in the top right corner of the screen.

Press “Done” in the top right corner of the “Profiles” screen to complete the editing. To delete a profile tap on “Edit” in the top right corner of the “Profiles” screen, then press the red button to the left of the profile name and tap on “Delete”.

Editing and removal of a current profile is not possible. To apply a profile, select the profile and confirm. 4.6 Online service setting Online services are accessible only from devices having Internet connection. Select “Menu” → “Settings” → “Online services” to set parameters of online services. “Connection with Internet” helps to control access of the program to the Internet. To set a condition for access to the Internet (“Allow”, “Forbid”, “Allow (except GPRS)”, “Allow (except roaming)” or “Always ask”) set the slider to a corresponding position (Fig.49).

“Use jams for automatic routing” is intended for planning a route with regard to traffic density.

To switch the function on/off set the “On/Off” slider to a corresponding position (Fig. 49). The device must be connected to the Internet for the program to be able to download the information about traffic density. “Show jams on map” is intended for displaying traffic density on the map. To switch the function on/off set the “On/Off” slider in a corresponding position.

More detailed information is available at NAVITEL® website at http://navitel.cz/en/holdups. “Show weather on map” displays weather in the current area. To switch the function on/off set the “On/Off” slider to a corresponding position. To set the parameter for weather information updating (“Update weather manually” or “Update weather automatically”) set the slider to a corresponding position (Fig.50). “Allow Navitel.SMS receipt” is intended for reception of messages from other users of the program. To switch the function on/off set the “On/Off” slider to a corresponding position (Fig.50).

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25 “Show Navitel.SMS pop-up window automatically” displays a notification of a new message (Fig.50). To switch the function on/off set the “On/Off” slider to a corresponding position. Tap on the SMS icon in the upper panel of the main screen to see incoming messages if automatic displaying is not switched on. “Enable events displaying” displays road events, the information on which was received from other users of the program (Fig.51). To switch the function on/off set the “On/Off” slider to a corresponding position. More detailed information on “Navitel.Events” is available at NAVITEL® website at http://navitel.cz/en/holdups/events.

“Enable downloading up to date POI information via the internet” downloads dynamic information about POI, such as fuel prices at gas stations, showtimes at movies and other. Set the “On/Off” slider to a corresponding position (Fig.51) to switch the function on/off. More detailed information about the service is available at NAVITEL® website at http://navitel.cz/en/holdups/dynamicpoi. “Enable auto updates” checks automatically if program and map updates are available. To switch the function on/off set the “On/Off” slider to a corresponding position. “Turn on Navitel.Friends” allows activation of the “Navitel.Friends” service.

To switch the function on/off set the “On/Off” slider to a corresponding position.

Tapping on “Navitel.Friends Settings” opens the menu of the service. More detailed information about the service is available at NAVITEL® website at http://navitel.cz/en/support/instructions/navitelfriends. “Turn on Navitel.Cloud” allows activation of the “Navitel.Cloud” service which is intended for storage of program settings, waypoints and objects from the “History”/”Favorites” in the NAVITEL® cloud storage. To switch the function on/off set the “On/Off” slider to a corresponding position.

Tapping on “Navitel.Cloud Settings” opens the menu of the service, where the user can switch the function on/off, and select which data should be saved in the cloud storage.

“Update SPEEDCAM” updates the file, containing information on road cameras, speed cameras, dangerous crossroads, speed bumps and pedestrian crossings, by downloading a new file from the server of NAVITEL®. To switch automatic updating of the SPEEDCAM file on/off set the “On/Off” slider to a corresponding position.

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26 4.7 Setting of user maps Atlas is a set of maps which are used by the program for finding places and planning routes. Select “Menu” → “Settings” → “User maps” to access the settings of an atlas and to control the current set of maps (Fig. 52). The screen shows all atlases, folders where they are stored in the device and the number of maps included in them. All the downloaded NAVITEL® maps are stored in the “Navitel maps” atlas. To create a new atlas complete the following steps: 1. Proceed to the root catalogue of the device, find \NavitelContent \Maps and create a new folder there, which will become the future atlas.

2. Copy the necessary maps and the file containing the word “earth” from \NavitelContent \Maps to the newly created folder. 3. Select “Menu” → “Settings” → “User maps” → “Add atlas” in the bottom left corner of the screen. 4. Open \NavitelContent \Maps and tap on the globe icon to the right of the new folder (Fig. 53). 5. The program will create an atlas and index maps. To switch from a current atlas to another one select “Menu” → “Settings” → “User maps”, tap on the atlas and confirm your choice. Note, that all other atlases will be closed.

To delete an atlas tap on “Edit”, then tap on a red icon with a cross to the left of the name of the atlas and tap on “Delete”.

When atlas is deleted the files of the maps remain on the device. To delete all created atlases tap on “Delete all atlases” in the bottom right corner of the “Atlases” screen. Removal of a current atlas is not possible. Fig. 52 Fig. 53

27 4.8 Interface setting For setting the program interface select “Menu” → “Settings” → “Interface”. To select the icons which must be shown on the main screen select “Map buttons” (Fig. 54). Here it is possible to select the functions, which the user wants to show or hide in the main screen. The icon of a function is green when it’s being displayed and grey when displaying is switched off; if the icon is half green, half grey, this means that the function will not be displayed when it comes to a certain status (Fig. 55). It is possible to set more detailed display statuses for some functions.

Press the ” icon near the function and mark the statuses which should or should not be displayed (green color – the status will be displayed, grey color – the status will not be displayed).

It is possible to manually choose the day or night skin of the program, or choose automatic skin change by setting the slider in a corresponding position (Fig. 54) in the “Skin” field. The user can set the time when the “Menu”, “Cursor”, “Compass”, “GPS” and other buttons must be hidden after the last action of the user in the “Hide buttons” field. Set the time by means of the slider (Fig. 56). The user can set the time when the program must hide menus of functional buttons/icons in the “Hide menu” field. Set the time by means of the slider (Fig. 56). “Show scroll bar” allows displaying/hiding the scroll bar in the right part of the screen: set the “On/Off” slider to a corresponding position (Fig.

56).

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28 4.9 Regional settings Select “Menu” → “Settings” → “Regional settings” to determine the language of the program interface and of voice prompts, as well as keyboard layout and units of measurement. 4.9.1 Interface language The user can choose a language of the program interface in the “Interface language” field (Fig. 57): tap on the field and select a language in the list. 4.9.2 Map language “Map language” allows setting of the language for displaying of data on the map (Fig. 57). The language selected in “Interface language” is set as a map language by default.

If the map does not support a language, the English will be used. Tap on the “Map language” field and select a language in the list to choose a language.

4.9.3 Language of voice prompts The language of voice prompts is set in the “Voice” field which provides access to voice packages for several languages. To choose a language tap on “Voice” and select a voice package in the list. To hear a sample voice message tap on the speaker icon to the right of the of the voice package. The function is available only for voice packages that have been installed in the program. To download and install a new voice package (connection to the Internet is required) tap on the arrow near the voice package and confirm (Fig. 58).

Voice packages are also available for downloading at http://navitel.cz/en/downloads/voice_packets (for devices supporting .SPX files).

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