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All possible choices of countries, cities and street names that are displayed can be selected either by using the arrows on the side of the screen and pressing the OK button, or by simply tapping on the name itself which will then be selected. Special characters such as or can be found under the num pad, by tapping on the button. Tap the button and the keyboard will appear when you are in a list (for instance a list with all the POI categories). With the keyboard you can search by string
Here is a table containing a brief explanation of the most important buttons on the keyboard
The home button, tap and you immediately return to the home screen.
The back button, tap to return to a previous screen
The num pad button, activates the numerical keyboard.
The letter pad button, to return from numerical keyboard to normal keyboard or to switch between keyboard and list. list button when used. NOTE: Turns into the The list button, to switch form keyboard to list. NOTE: Turns into the button when used.
The country selection button, allows you to select a country other than the country shown in the current destination field.
The POI button, searches for a POI in a city you have selected.
The street crossing button: after selecting a city this function allows you to navigate to a crossing of 2 streets instead of a fixed address.
3 Starting point: The Home screen
After the navigation software has started (Depending on the model, this can happen automatically or is done manually), you will always start on the home screen, the starting point for all tasks you wish to perform with your GPS. The home screen consists of three buttons: 1. The navigate button. Tap this button to navigate to specific destinations with the help of driving instructions 2. The map button. Tap this button to view a map depicting your current position. More information on this free driving screen can be found in section 3.8. 3. The system settings button. Tap this button to change system settings and user preferences. NOTE: Now that you will start browsing your application, remember that you can always return to the starting point by using either one of the following buttons:
When tapping the home button (top left corner) you immediately return to the home screen.
The back button (to the right of the home button) can be used to return to a previous screen.
Navigate> Go to> Map
3.1 Navigate with the point to map functionality
To select a new destination tap the button Go to. The remaining buttons in the screen Go to can be used to choose your destination quickly. More information about quick destination selection possibilities can be found in section 3.5. The Route planning function can be found in section 3.4. After tapping the button Map the function point to map will be shown, with this function you can select a destination by pointing this out on the map. You can drag the map with your finger and with the plus and minus button zoom in and out. Then you mark your destination button followed by tapping the OK button. The route will be calculated and with the end the route overview screen (3) will be shown. More options can be found in section 3.6. Click once more on the OK button to start the navigation.
3.2 Navigate with the text functionality
Navigate> Navigate> Go to> Text
To select a new destination you press on the navigation screen on the button Go to. The remaining buttons in the screen can be used to choose your destination quickly. More information about quick destination selection possibilities can be found in section 3.5. The Route planning function can be found in section 3.4.
3.2.1 Selecting a new destination
Navigate> Go to> Text
After tapping the Go to button, a keyboard appears allowing you to enter your destination. (More information on how to use the keyboard can be found in section 2). While tapping the keyboard buttons, the corresponding characters appear in the current destination field (1) and the possible destinations in the destination selection field (2) change accordingly. To browse the destinations in the destination selection field, use the up and down arrow buttons. When the selector in the destination selection field is on your desired city, tap the OK button or press the city.
NOTE: The current destination field is displaying the selected country of your destination. To change country, tap the country selection button.
NOTE: By default, your last navigated destination will always appear at the top of the destination selection field.
3.2.2 Entering the street name of your destination
Navigate> Go to> Text> [destination city selected]
After selecting the desired city of your destination, it will appear in the current destination field. You can now continue by entering the street name, in the same way you entered the city. After selecting your street name in the destination selection field, tap the OK button or press the street name directly. NOTE: If you chose Anywhere (City Centre) in [City name] in the destination selection field, you will simply navigate to the city centre of your destination. After tapping the OK button, the route will be calculated and subsequently you will be taken to the route-checking screen. Information on the route-checking screen can be found in section 3.6.
3.2.3 Entering the house number of your destination
Navigate> Go to> Text> [destination city selected]> [destination street name selected]
Once you have chosen the desired street name (it will also be displayed in the current destination field), you continue by entering the house number. After selecting the number tap the OK button. Note: If no house number is available or unknown, you can still navigate to the street using ranges of house numbers. You can also chose Anywhere on street [Street name] After tapping the OK button, the route will be calculated and subsequently you will be taken to the route-checking screen.
3.3 Advanced destination entering possibilities 3.3.1Selecting a POI in the city of your destination
A POI (Point Of Interest) is a specific location that can be useful or interesting for travellers. Your GPS includes various categories of POIs such as hotels, petrol stations, hospitals, restaurants, etc Navigate> Go to> Text> [destination city selected]
Once you have entered a destination city, you can directly select a POI to navigate to. Tap the next to the current destination field. POI button Navigate> Go to> Text> [destination city selected]> POI
The word POI and the selected destination city appear in the current destination field. You will also see six buttons with icons representing the most recently used POI categories. Tap the buttons to select your desired POI category or tap the more button (1) to view other POI categories. Navigate> Go to> Text> [destination city selected]> POI> More
If you have tapped the more button you will see a list of POI categories in alphabetical order. To move the selector through the list, use the up and down arrows. You can also chose POI categories directly by placing the selector on category of your choice and then tap the OK button.
TIP: You can also browse the category list using the keyboard to enter a keyword such as airline access.Tap the keyboard button to access the keyboard. To return to the list, tap. More information on keys can be found in section 2.) the list button Navigate> Go to> Text> [destination city selected]> [POI category selected] After selecting a POI category, the selected category is added to the current destination field. After selecting your desired POI from the list, tap the OK button, the route will be calculated and subsequently you will be taken to the route-checking screen.
3.3.2 Navigate to a crossing on a street at your destination
Navigate> Go to> Text> [destination city selected]> [destination street name selected] Once you have entered the street name of your destination you can select a crossing on the street of your destination. Tap the crossing-button next to the current destination field. Navigate> Go to> Text> [destination city selected]> [destination street name selected]> Crossing
After tapping the crossing button The word Crossing and the selected destination street name appear in the current destination field. You can now use the keyboard to enter the (other) street name corresponding to your desired crossing. After selecting your desired street name, tap the OK button, the route will be calculated and subsequently you will be taken to the route-checking screen.
3.4 Navigate with the Routeplanner
Navigate> More> Routplanner With the Routeplanner functionality the begin and end point of a route can be specified.
3.4.1 Route planner with the text functionality
Navigate> More> Routeplanner> Text [ specify the begin and end of a route ]
The begin and end point of a route can be specified after tapping on the two buttons above (1), more information about navigating with the text functionality can be found in section 3.2.
3.4.2 Route planner with the point to map functionality
Navigate> Go To> Map> [ specify the destination of a route ]
After tapping de button Map the function point to map will be shown, with this function you can specify destination point of your route. Drag the map with your finger and with the
plus and minus button zoom in and out. To mark your destination use the destination button. If you press the OK button the route will be calculated and the route overview screen (3) will be shown (More options can be found in section 3.6.) Tap in the next screen once more on the OK button to start the navigation.
3.5 Quick destination selection possibilities
Navigate> Go to In the Go to screen there are four buttons for quick destination selection. The previous destinations button The Favourite button The Home button The POI nearby button For quick selection of a recently navigated destination For quick selection of a destination from your personal favourites For quick selection of your Home address as destination For finding and quick selection of a POI in the vicinity of your current location
3.5.1 Selecting a recently navigated destination
Navigate> Previous destination
Tap the Previous destinations button recently navigated destinations. Navigate> Previous destinations
to select a destination from a list of
After tapping the Last destinations button, a list of the 10 most recently navigated destinations appears. To move the selector through the list, use the up and down arrows. You can also tap destinations directly by placing the selector on your desired destination. Once you have made your choice, tap the OK button, the route will be calculated and you will be taken to the routechecking screen.
3.5.2 Selecting a destination from your personal favourites
Every time you chose a destination, you will always be taken to the route-checking screen. This screen allows you to inspect and alter the route calculated by your GPS.
The route-checking screen consists of: a map displaying the calculated route; A route information field displaying the estimated time of arrival (ETA) and the distance; A current destination field displaying your current location (From) and destination (To); A view button. Tap this button for displaying (ON) and hiding (OFF) the map view manipulation toolbar; A route inspection button. Tap this button for (detailed) inspection and altering of the calculated route; The usual home, back and OK buttons.
When you are satisfied with the calculated route, tap the OK button and you will be taken to the navigation screen.
3.6.1 Manipulating the map view
[destination selected]> [map view manipulation toolbar ON]
After tapping the view button , the map view manipulation toolbar will be displayed (ON). To hide the toolbar (OFF) tap the view button once more. When map view manipulation is turned on, you can use the zoom in and zoom out buttons for zooming in and out on the map. You can also tap-and-hold the map and drag it to move the map view. NOTE: you can only drag when map view manipulation is ON. To set your map view to be centred around your current location, tap the starting point button. To set your map view to be centred around your selected destination, tap the finishing point button. To set your map view to show the complete route, tap the route button. When you are satisfied with the calculated route, tap the OK button and you will be taken to the navigation screen.
3.6.2 Inspecting and changing the calculated route
[destination selected]> Route inspection
After tapping the route inspection button route inspection screen consists of:
, the route inspection screen will appear. The
a list of all roads comprising the calculated route. To move the selector through the list, use the up and down arrows.; A route information field displaying the estimated time of arrival (ETA) and the distance; A current destination field displaying your current location (From) and destination (To); The usual home, back and OK buttons; Four route editing buttons: Recalculate, Original route, Via & Route settings.
When you are satisfied with the calculated route, tap the OK button and you will be taken to the navigation screen. NOTE: Buttons that are greyed-out can not be tapped.
3.6.3 Avoiding specific roads and recalculating the route
[destination selected]> Route inspection To avoid specific roads, block them by tapping their name. A cross will appear in the checking box behind the name of the road. To unblock roads, repeat the tapping. After blocking the desired roads, tap the Recalculate button. The route will be recalculated and shown in the route inspection screen. When you are satisfied with the recalculated route, tap the OK button and you will be taken to the navigation screen. You can return to the original route by tapping the Original route button. NOTE: Roads selected for blocking will only be blocked after tapping the Recalculate button.
3.6.4 Adding a via location to the calculated route
[destination selected]> Route inspection A Via location means that on your route from A to B, you can add a intermediate destination only one) (for example if you want to pick up someone one the way when driving to another location. To add a via location to the calculated route, tap the via button in the route inspection screen. You will then be taken back to the Go to screen when you can enter the third intermediate location. [destination selected]> Route inspection> Via> Go to To enter a new destination as via location, tap the Go to button in the Go to screen. The other buttons in the Go to screen can be used for quick destination selection of via locations. More information on entering new destinations can be found in section 3.2. More information on quick destination selection can be found in section 3.5. [destination selected]> [via location selected] After selecting a destination as via location you will be taken to the route-checking screen once more. Your via location will be displayed underneath the current destination field. If you are satisfied with the calculated route, tap the OK button and you will be taken to the navigation screen. NOTE: It is only possible to add one via location to the calculated route.
3.6.5 Changing the route settings
[destination selected]> Route inspection To change the route settings, tap the Route settings button. [destination selected]> Route inspection> Route settings
The Route settings screen allows you to: Change the transportation mode to car, pedestrian or bike; Switch between shortest and fastest route calculation modes; Set the maximum speed for ETA calculation; Set a toll or highway avoidance. NOTE: Route settings changed here are applied to all route calculation. Route settings can also be changed via the System settings screen.
3.7 Navigation screen explained
[destination selected]> [route checked]
Once you have selected your destination and approved the route calculated by the device, you will be taken to the navigation screen. This screen will help to guide you towards your destination. Next to the information on this screen your GPS will also give audio instructions to guide you to your selected destination(s). The navigation screen consists of:
A map representing your environment (1). The arrow on the map (2) depicts your current location. The green line represents the route calculated by the device (3). The current road field, displaying the street name of your current location (4). The next road field, displaying the street name corresponding to the upcoming manoeuvre (5). Buttons for zooming in and out (6). An auto zoom button (7). The estimated time of arrival (ETA) (8). A visual representation of the next manoeuvre (9). A statistics field, displaying the expected travel time, the distance to the selected destination and an approximation of your current speed (10). A status field, displaying the estimated stand-alone power of your battery and the number of connected satellites (11). The POI funtions: Add your own POIs and Get POI info (12).
If you want to change any of the settings during navigation simply tap on the map. TIP: The navigation screen and the placement of informational items can be customized to fit your specific needs. More information on customizing your navigation screen can be found in section 3.9.8. TIP: Your GPS supports 2-Dimensional and 3-Dimensional map viewing as well as two different map views designed for use during day and during night. More information on changing map views can be found in section 3.9.3.
3.7.1 Auto zoom functionality
Navigation screen The auto zoom functionality adapts the zoom level of the navigation screen map to the speed of your vehicle. Acceleration results in zooming out on the map. Deceleration in turn, results in zooming in on the map. This provides you with a more detailed view of the environment when driving slowly, for example at intersections or close to your destination. The Auto zoom is on by standard. To activate the auto zoom functionality, tap the auto zoom button in the navigation screen, the auto zoom button will disappear. The auto zoom functionality will become and remain deactivated upon use of the manual zooming buttons , the auto zoom button will then reappear.
3.7.2 Using tools and changing settings during navigation
Navigation screen> Navigation tools & settings After tapping the map in the navigation screen you will be taken to the Navigation tools & settings screen.
You can return to the navigation screen by tapping the navigation button tools & settings screen consists of: The Reroute button
. The Navigation
Tap this button for detouring your calculated route Tap this button to find a POI in the vicinity of your current location. More information on finding POIs nearby can be found in section 3.5.5;
The POI nearby button
The stop button
Tap this button to stop the current navigation. Tap this button for changing screen settings. More information on changing screen settings can be found in section 3.9.3; Tap this button for changing sound settings. More information on changing sound settings can be found in section 3.9.6; Tap this button for more navigation tools and settings
The screen button
The sound button
The more settings button
Navigation screen> Navigation tools & settings> More settings Tap this button to add a via location to your route. More information on adding via locations can be found in section 3.6.4 route Tap this button for changing route settings. More information on changing route settings can be found in sections 3.9.7 to 3.9.9; Tap this button to stop the navigation. Tap this button to return to your original route. For instance if you want to skip the via location, you can tap this button to navigate directly to your final destination.
The screen button.
modes, turning auto zoom level on/off or calibration of the touch screen of your device; Tap this button to change your Home address ; Tap this button for changing the (adaptive) volume, rate of audio instructions, and button sounds of your device.
The home address button.
The sound button.
System settings> More The route settings button The product information button. The customize button. The Activate speedcam button Tap this button to change the route settings of your device; Tap this button to view the product information on your device Tap this button to customize you navigation screen or change the active POIs; Tap this button to activate speed cam warnings on your device.
The default configuration button.
Tap this button to reset settings by category.
3.9.1 Changing the language of your device
System settings> Language , you will see four buttons, each representing After tapping the Language button a different language. Tapping a button will result in the highlighting of this button. By tapping the OK button, the corresponding language will be selected and subsequently you will be taken back to the System settings screen.
3.9.2 Changing the time, date, distance or speed units of your device
System settings> Time & Units , you will see four different headlines. To After tapping the Time & Units button change the time and date tap on the corresponding Set buttons. You will be guided to a new screen where you can set the current time and date. To change the distance and distance units of your device, use the up and down arrow buttons.
NOTE: in some devices, you only have to set the time zone, not the time. The time will be read directly from the GPS signal which means that as soon as you have a signal, the time will be set automatically.
3.9.3 Switching between 2D/3D and Day/Night map viewing modes, auto zoom level On/Off
System settings> Screen
After tapping the Screen button settings.
, you will see three categories of screen
To switch between 2D and 3D map viewing mode, highlight your desired mode by tapping the corresponding button. To switch between Day and Night map viewing mode, highlight your desired mode by tapping the corresponding button. To switch between auto zoom level On and Off, highlight your desired setting by tapping the corresponding button. When you are satisfied with the different settings, tap the OK button and you will be taken to the System settings screen. NOTE: New settings will only be saved after tapping the OK button.
3.9.4 Calibrating the touch screen of your device
Calibration of your devices touch screen can solve problems with the accuracy of button tapping recognition.
, you will also see the calibration button (top After tapping the Screen button left). Tap this button to start touch screen calibration. Please follow the instructions on the screen. After finishing the calibration you will be taken to the previous screen.
3.9.5 Changing your Home address
System settings> Home address After tapping the Home address button, you will be able to enter a new destination that will be set as your Home address. More information on entering destinations can be found in section 3.2. TIP: Your Home address does not necessary have to be your domicile, but can also be other frequently used start or finish locations for your travels, such as your office.
3.9.6 Changing the volume
System settings> Sound
After tapping the Sound button
, you will see four categories of sound settings.
To adjust the sound volume of your device, tap-and-hold and drag the corresponding slider. When you are satisfied with the different settings, tap the OK button and you will be taken to the System settings screen. NOTE: New settings will only be saved after tapping the OK button.
3.9.7 Changing the route settings of your device
System settings> Route settings Tapping the Route settings button allows you to change the route settings of your device. More information on changing the route settings of your device can be found in section 3.6.5.
3.9.8 Customizing your navigation screen
System settings> More> Customize> Driving screen
Tapping the Driving screen button you will be able to customize your driving view. This screen allows you to hide or show button in the Driving screen. The total screen can also be made transparent. Changing the Driving screen to you preference will shorten the time needed to absorb the information and will therefore make your journey safer! To move the Info bar (the bar with all the information about speed, ETA) tap the buttons left, right or bottom. To hide an item of the Info bar tap on the buttons and a red cross will appear. With the Tr. Off button the transparency of the screen can be activated. If you want to change the arrow that represents your current position, tap the arrows next to the positioning. If you want to save your new settings tap OK. TIP: By clicking on the view button, you will see a preview of your selection.
3.9.9 Changing active POIs
System settings> More> Customize> Active POIs
After tapping the Active POIs button, you will see a list with all the POI categories installed on your device. In this screen you can check all the POI you want to be shown on your driving screen. The POI will be marked with an icon on your map. NOTE: When a POI category is not checked in this screen, you are still able to navigate to it.
3.9.10Changing the skin of your device
System settings> More> Customize> Skins After tapping the Skins button, you will see a list with all the skins installed on your device. To move the selector through the list, use the up and down arrows. After selecting the desired skin, tap the OK button
3.9.11Changing the voice of your device
System settings> More> Customize> Voices After tapping the Voices button, you will see a list with all the voices installed on your device. To move the selector through the list, use the up and down arrows. After selecting the desired voice, tap the OK button
3.9.12Resetting settings by category
System settings> More> Default configuration
If you want to undo and reset all the changes youve made in different settings screens, you can do this by tapping on the Default Configuration button. In this screen you see all the different settings. If you want to restore an item you can tap on it and press the OK button. The settings will be restored to the default settings.
3.9.13Activating speed cam warnings on your device
After tapping the Activate speedcam button you will see an activation screen displaying the machine code of your GPS. You can use this code to buy a Speedcam code online. Enter this code into your GPS using the keyboard and tap the OK button. Speed cam warnings are now activated on your device.
Note ! : If your speedcam warning has already been activated (In some cases the product is sold this way), the red button will have disappeared from the applications interface.
3.9.14Turning speed cam warnings On/Off
NOTE: First, activate speed cam warnings on your device. More information can be found in section 3.9.13. After tapping the Sound button in the System settings screen, you will see the different sound settings. To turn the Speedcam sound On or Off, tap the corresponding button and it will light up. When you are satisfied with the settings, tap the OK button. NOTE: New settings will only be saved after tapping the OK button.
4 The marine function
Navigate> More> Marine
After you have activated your Marine function, you will be able to use your navigatio device during trips close to seashore, on lakes and in urban environments. The maps comes either preinstalled, or can be purchased together with the activation code. Please consult the products website for this matter.
4.1 Map view of the marine function
Navigate> More> Marine> Map>
When the marine application is open, choose map to view your position on the map. Using the + and - buttons you can zoom in and out on your location. Depending on the settings you have chosen (4.2), you can drag the map in all directions. Now, as you can see on the left image below, when you touch the map, you will see a pointer appearing. Place the pointer on a POI and click it (1). In the grey information bar in the top of you screen (2), you will see information related to the POI you just clicked. Click on the
information bar to display the entire content. The image on the right below shows you how this looks like. Most POIs are clickable and contain content.
4.2 Marine settings
Navigate> More> Marine> Marine settings
GPS toggle means that you can choose between locking the screen arround your possition so that the map continuously refreshes as you move (OFF), or releasing the map so that you can manually drag it to another location; you will see the pointer move over a still map if you are moving (ON).
As with your navigation application, you can chose what POI you want to be displayed on your screen. Note in the marine function, you can only switch on and off the marine POIs. If you want to switch on or offf other POIs, please refer to section 3.9.9 of this manual.
5 TMC (Traffic Message Channel) functionality
5.1 Activating TMC messages (if not activated yet)
Navigation> More> TMC After having pressed the TMC button the activation screen will appear with the Activation code of your gps device. This code always needs to be mentioned when buying an TMC code online. After receiving it you will need to enter this TMC code in your gps device by typing the code with the keyboard and pressing the button OK when done. TMC messages are now activated on your gps device.
5.2 TMC settings
Navigation> More> TMC After having activated the TMC functionality, you will be able to use the TMC messages on/off toggle.
5.3 Using the TMC functionality
Navigation> Go to> Text/Map> Destination> Route overview> Driving screen
If the TMC functionality is activated, you will receive traffic information messages on the calculated route. When there is a message, a TMC icon screen. will be shown in the left corner of your driving
Click on the TMC icon to view the message. A pop-up screen with traffic information will appear. this message, or to make use of the Then you can make the decision to ignore which the system will calculate. reroute functionality
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CosmicNavigation shall have no obligation to make repairs or replacements which are required by normal wear and tear, or which result, in whole or in part, from catastrophe, fault or negligence of Licensee, or from improper or unauthorized use of the Software Package (including any use by third parties and by Licensees employees, consultants and agents who are not authorized users), or use of the Software Package in a manner for which it is not designed, or by causes external to the Software Package. No suit or action shall be brought against CosmicNavigation more than one (1) year after the related cause of action has occurred. Furthermore, CosmicNavigation grants to Licensee only such warranty on the Hardware, as it receives from its Hardware provider. 6. Limitation of Liability. IN NO EVENT WILL COSMICNAVIGATION BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, ECONOMIC OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE PACKAGE, INCLUDING SOFTWARE, DOCUMENTATION, OR HARDWARE, IF APPLICABLE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN NO CASE SHALL COSMICS LIABILITY EXCEED THE AMOUNT PAID BY LICENSEE FOR THE SYSTEM. Furthermore, CosmicNavigation explicitly states that Licensee should not operate the Software Package while its vehicle is in motion. Licensee must keep its attention focused on the road, road traffic and the operation of the vehicle. By using the Software Package, Licensee acknowledges that it releases Cosmic, Cosmics partners, employees and shareholders from any actions directly or indirectly related to the use and/or operations of the Software Package. 7. Remedies. A breach by Licensee will irrevocably harm CosmicNavigation and CosmicNavigation shall be entitled to injunctive and/or other equitable relief, in addition to other remedies afforded by law. 8. Governing Law. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of The Netherlands. 9. Severability. Should any term of this Agreement be declared void or unenforceable by any court of competent jurisdiction, such declaration shall have no effect on the remaining terms hereof. 10. No Waiver. The failure of either party to enforce any rights granted hereunder or to take action against the other party in the event of any breach hereunder shall not be deemed a waiver by that party as to subsequent enforcement of rights or subsequent actions in the event of future breaches. 11. Restricted Rights. RESTRICTED RIGHTS: If this Product is acquired by or for the U.S. Government, then it is provided with Restricted Rights. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the U.S. Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in subparagraph (c)(1)(ii) of The Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at DFARS 252.227-7013, or subparagraphs (c)(1) and (2) of the Commercial Computer Software - Restricted Rights at 48 CFR 52.227-19, or clause 18-52.227-86(d) of the NASA Supplement to the FAR, as applicable, or any successor regulations. The contractor/manufacturer is CosmicNavigation B.V., Postbus 75342 1070AH Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 12. You are not allowed to use the application in combination with a back-end solution for track and trace. If you connect a back-end solution for track and trace to the CosmicNavigation GPS navigation application, an additional royalty fee for use of the map data will apply. Please contact CosmicNavigation B.V. for price information on prices. Copyright 2001 - 2006 CosmicNavigation B.V. All rights reserved. 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