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MOBILE TRAVEL ASSIST
Navman Mobile Travel Assist S60 Edition
Navman introduces the ultimate Mobile Travel Assist. The easy to use Navman Mobile Travel Assist software puts pioneering GPS navigation capabilities on mobile phones with the Symbian operating system. Once automatically connected with a Navman Bluetooth GPS receiver, the Travel Assist brings next-generation GPS navigation to mobile phones on a MMC/SD card. Let us make life easier for you. Navigate to pictures with the unique NavPix technology simply select an image that represents your destination and the Mobile Travel Assist software will automatically plan the best route for you. Get ahead of trafc wherever you are with real-time trafc information provided by European automobile clubs sent directly to your mobile phone. Find out about interesting places in cities youve never been to before from travel specialist Wcities. Never again miss a ight with OAG ight information. The Mobile Travel Assist from Navman. Travelling the Easy Way.
New unique NavPix technology Navigation to pictures Ability to share and receive NavPix images by multi media messaging system (MMS) Voice guided navigation Points of Interest from travel information specialist Wcities Flight planning features including ight times from OAG Real-time trafc information provided by European automobile clubs Latest generation GPS navigation software Compatible with Symbian S60 mobile phones (2nd and 3rd generation) Compatible with Navman B10 and Navman B20 Bluetooth GPS receivers
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Automatic Bluetooth connection to GPS Drive Away ready to use door-to-door navigation
Find Flights check worldwide ights and status Navman Live Trafc real-time premium trafc information Downloadable POI inclusive description Plan a Trip even without GPS receiver City guide
Navigate using Outlook contacts Turn-by-Turn voice guidance in 8 languages Back-on-Track automatic route recalculation Automatic Zoom
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Software Box Contents
Dimensions: 30mm (H) x 140mm (W) x 140mm (D)
Navigation at your ngertips Share your exact position by simply sending a picture Mobile City Guide Easy to use Plug & Play Real-time trafc information always on hand Plan your route from your desk Real-time ight information
Quick reference guide MMC card with Symbian S60 navigation client inc. regional maps
Hardware Box Contents
Dimensions: 60mm (H) x 140mm (W) x 140mm (D)
Bluetooth enabled device with SiRFstarIII technology 12V Power Adapter USB Cable Battery
NavPix based voice guided navigation B10 GPS receiver with car and USB charger or B20 GPS receiver 512MB MMC Mobile card with major regional maps, e.g. 1 major country plus two secondary countries Navteq maps and POIs Wcities enhanced POIs OAG ight services ARC Trafc Services
Bluetooth GPS Receivers required for navigation
Plug and Play into cigarette lighter
Rechargeable Battery with approx. 10 hours battery life
Navman Europe Ltd T +44 (0) 500
User Manual NAVMAN TRAVEL ASSIST
Navigation software for mobile telephones
S 60 edition
NavPix picture = address Find Flights* check worldwide ight schedules and status Navman Live Trac* real time premium trac information from EU automobile clubs Downloadable POI* inclusive description Plan a Trip, even without GPS Receiver Cityguide Automatic Bluetooth connection with GPS NAVIGATION, GPS -receiver required Drive-Away ready to use door-to-door GPS navigation Navigate using Outlook contacts Turn-by-Turn voice guidance in 8 lauguages Back-on-Track automatic route recalculation Automatic Zoom
Phone not included Telefon nicht enthalten Tlphone non fourni Telefono non incluso Telfono no incluido
* Subscription for one year included.
Copyright | Disclaimer | Declaration of conformity
NAVMAN DISCLAIM ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN A WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE OR VIOLATE THE LAW.
2006 Brunswick New Technologies Asia Pte Limited. Navman is a registered brand of Brunswick New Technologies Asia Pte Limited and is used under license by Navman New Zealand.,All rights reserved. The software contains information that is the property of Navman. This is provided as part of a licensing agreement which incorporates usage and divulgement restrictions and which is protected by copyright laws. Reverse engineering of the software is prohibited. Navman is a registered brand of Brunswick New Technologies Asia Pte Limited and is used under license by Navman New Zealand. All rights reserved. All other brands and registrations are the property of the respective companies. Published in New Zealand. MN000505A
Due to continued product development this information may change without notice. Navman does not warrant that this document is error-free.The screenshots and other presentations shown in this manual may differ from the actual screens and presentations generated by the actual product. All such differences are minor and the actual product will deliver the described functionality as presented in this User Manual in all material respects.
Declaration of conformity
This device complies with Section 15 of FCC regulations. Operation of this device is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device must not generate any interference and (2) this device must be fail-safe against all interference to which it is exposed, including that which could impact the operation of the device.
1.0. Introduction 1.1. Compatibility... 4 1.2. Operation... 4 1.3. GPS and GPS signals... 4, 5..... 5 3.1. Setting up a connection to the Internet.. 5, 6 3.2. Brief overview of key assignment... 6..... 6..... 6 6.1. Navigation to an address... 7 6.2. Navigation to a POI... 7 6.2.1. Near me... 7 6.2.2. Current map.... 7 6.2.3. Particular city... 7 6.2.4. Near an address... 7 6.2.5. Near a favourite... 7 6.2.6. Near recent destination... 7 6.2.7. Near contact.... 7 6.2.8. What? selection menu... 7, 8 6.3. Navigation to a NavPix destination... 8 6.4. Navigation to Recent destination... 8 6.5. Navigation to Favourite... 8 6.6. Navigation to Contact... 9 6.6.1. Geocode... 9 7.1. Navigation options... 9 7.1.1. Turn voice on/off... 9 7.1.2. POI along the route... 9 7.1.3. Traffic on the route... 9 7.1.4. Change view.... 9 7.1.5. Route options... 10 7.1.6. Delete route... 10 7.2. Current route...10 7.2.1. Show route on map.. 10 7.2.2. Route options... 10 7.2.3. Stop-off.... 10 7.2.4. Traffic on the route.. 10 7.2.5. Delete route... 10 7.2.6. Show end point... 10 7.2.7. Change end point... 10 8.1. Look on map... 11 8.1.1. Traffic information... 11 8.1.2. POI... 11 8.2. Planning a trip... 11 8.3. NavPix... 11 8.3.1 Make new NavPix... 11 8.3.2 Send NavPix... 11 8.4. Look for flight.... 12 8.5. My locations... 12 8.5.1. Favourites... 12 8.5.2. Recent destinations.. 12 8.5.3. Contacts... 12 8.6. Settings.... 12 8.6.1. Change GPS device.. 12 8.6.2. Measurement units...12 8.6.3. Advisor voice... 12 8.6.4. POI content on Web...13 8.6.5. Web access point... 13 8.6.6. About TRAVEL ASSIST.. 13 8.7. Exit... 13 9.1. Road types...13,14,15 9.2. Support information... 13 3
2.0. Installing TRAVEL ASSIST 3.0. Starting TRAVEL ASSIST
4.0. Main view and dialogue window 5.0. Key assignment 6.0. Specifying a destination
8.0. Other functions in main menu
Thank you for purchasing the TRAVEL ASSIST mobile telephone navigation software. We trust that your new GPS navigation software will give you years of pleasure. Whether you are travelling at home or abroad: TRAVEL ASSIST guides you to your destination without the need for road atlases, maps or any other instructions. The Global Positioning System (GPS) is free of charge, usable at any time and accurate down to 5 metres. Your TRAVEL ASSIST roadmap provides details on road level for navigation from door to door as well as special destinations (POIs) such as hotels, railway stations and airports. This manual explains the installation of TRAVEL ASSIST, how you can use the device effectively and safely and which functions are available to you. Navman is always keen to receive your feedback. Please refer to Support Information on Page 13 for contact addresses and information on our web site. 1.1. Compatibility Navman TRAVEL ASSIST is compatible with Bluetooth GPS receivers and the following Nokia mobile telephones: Nokia N70, N72, N90, 6260, 6620, 6630, 6670, 6680, 6681, 6682, 7610. 1.2. Operation As with many other software programs, the software medium must be available to use TRAVEL ASSIST (in this case the TRAVEL ASSIST MMC memory card). This enables the software to be used on several devices, albeit not at the same time (a second software license is required in this case). Important note: Since the TRAVEL ASSIST program and map data files are stored on the MMC memory card, changing or overwriting these files is not permitted. We recommend making a copy of all the files onto a PC or another memory device prior to installing. 1.3. GPS and GPS signals GPS is the system for global determination of position and comprises of a network of satellites that transmit accurate timing and positioning information world-wide. The satellites transmit information to GPS receivers, enabling them to determine accurate positioning. Satellites circle the earth at a distance of about 20,000 km. Although a GPS receiver can detect signals from up to twelve satellites at any time, only three signals are required to supply data for a position (a GPS fix) or to determine latitude and longitude required for vehicle navigation systems. Navman TRAVEL ASSIST uses GPS data to calculate your current position and calculates the best route to your destination using maps. TRAVEL ASSIST then guides you to your destination using voice and screen commands with continual updating of your position using GPS data. The iCN (receiver) must be positioned in the open or at an unobstructed place within the vehicle for GPS signals to be received. An unobstructed view of the sky is required by the GPS aerial. The iCN can be used in all weather conditions (with the exception of snowfall).
Introduction | Installing | Starting
Safety notice: You assume sole responsibility for ensuring that the mobile telephone is installed, mounted and used within the vehicle such that accidents, injuries and damage are ruled out. The user of this product assumes sole responsible for driving safety. You also commit to reading and following the instructions on vehicle installation and to use the product in line with currently valid legal regulations. Check the vehicle manual to make sure the device can be mounted safely at the required position. You assume sole responsibility for following these safety instructions at all times: Do not use the mobile telephone while you are driving and do not mount the device at a place which obstructs the drivers view. Do not mount the mobile telephone at a place which affects the safe handling of the vehicle or the function of the airbag (or any other safety equipment). Do not leave the mobile telephone in an unattended vehicle in a place where it is visible and do not expose the device to strong or direct sunlight. Do not use the mobile telephone if it is hot. Let is cool down first. Non-compliance of these instructions can result in severe material damage and serious injury to persons (including death). Navman assumes no liability whatsoever if the product is used in a way that causes injuries, death or material damage or violates the law.
2.0. Installing TRAVEL ASSIST
Simply insert the MMC memory card into your mobile telephone to install TRAVEL ASSIST.
3.0. Starting TRAVEL ASSIST
You have now installed TRAVEL ASSIST on your mobile telephone and mounted the GPS receiver in your vehicle. Step 1: Turn your GPS receiver on. Step 2: Open the Personal folder of your mobile telephone. Step 3: Open Navman - TRAVEL ASSIST is started. Step 4: TRAVEL ASSIST searches for nearby Bluetooth GPS devices on initial start-up. Select you GPS receiver. Step 5: The GPS receiver and your mobile telephone are now connected. Your map is now displayed. TRAVEL ASSIST is now ready for navigation. GPS status: A satellite receiver symbol displays the status of the GPS reception in the bottom right hand corner of the screen. Green means reception, flashing red means no connection to the GPS receiver and permanent red means no GPS reception. Note: With the exception of navigation and create new NavPix, all of the functions can be used without GPS receiver.
Starting | Main view and dialogue window | Key assignment
3.1. Setting up a connection to the Internet TRAVEL ASSIST uses current information from an Internet database for some functions. These include current traffic situation, hotel information and flight information. The Internet access point must be specified to establish a connection to the web. Step 1: Open up the Settings dialogue in the main menu. Step 2: Select Web access point. Step 3: Select the access point for your provider. Step 4: A connection to the Internet has now been made. Please note: Usage of the Internet is associated with GPRS connection costs. These amounts depend on your contract. Contact your provider for more information. The use of service data for traffic situation, POIs and flight detail enquiries is free of charge in the first year after the purchase of Navman software. After this time period has elapsed, a ticket can be purchased (from www.navman.com) that allows continued usage of the service information. 3.2. Brief overview of key assignment * = zoom in # = zoom out 2 = key for switching between direction-of-travel orientated view and northwards orientated view 3 = key for switching between three-dimensional map to two-dimensional map left selection key = call up menu right selection key = back middle selection key = call up the Navigation Options menu during navigation; jump from one traffic report to the next traffic report when planning journey.
4.0. Main view and dialogue window
Navman TRAVEL ASSIST uses three different screen views. Main view: The route is displayed on a geographical map and the navigational data is displayed three-dimensionally. The display window can be selected using the zoom function. Switching to a two-dimensional view (classic map view) is also possible. Dialogue window: The dialogue window is used to select and activate required functions. All the functions in a selection list are displayed in the main dialogue. The next dialogue window is displayed if a function is activated with the selection key. Various additional functions are offered and text inputs made. All main dialogue windows fill the display. Options: The Options dialogue opens up in a smaller format and always refers to the main dialogue last opened. Since the software has a redundant structure, most of the functions can be called up at different places during a procedure. Within this user manual, procedures for the use of different functions are each described once, but apply irrespective of where in the procedure a particular function is called.
5.0. Key assignment
After opening Navman TRAVEL ASSIST, a map is displayed with your current location (assuming there is a GPS connection). Use the 4-way navigation key to scroll left, right, up and down. Zoom: Press the asterisk key to reduce the size of the map section and the hash key to increase it. Switch from three-dimensional map view to two-dimensional with numerical key 3. Change between direction-orientated and northwards-orientated view with the 2 key. The left selection key is used for selecting from the main menu and the calling up of options. The right selection key is used to return to the main menu or ending a current function. The numerical keypad is used to input addresses. The C key is used to make corrections.
Specifying a destination
6.0. Specifying a destination
Open up the main menu with the left selection key. Select Navigate. You can now specify a destination as an address, a POI, a NavPix destination or from a selection of recent destinations, stored favourites or contacts. Confirm the selection with the left selection key. Use the right selection key to return to the main menu. 6.1. Navigation to an address Step 1: In the main menu, select first Navigate and then Address. The Look for address dialogue window is displayed Step 2: Enter location or postcode, street and house number. Note: The software corrects incomplete names and spelling mistakes. Step 3: Select the exact destination in the Matches found selection menu. Step 4: Select the route type. Quickest, shortest, walking, with bicycle and with taxi are available for selection. Step 5: The route is now calculated and navigation started. 6.2. Navigation to a POI (point of interest) Select Navigate and POI in the main menu The Where? window appears, offering the following selection criteria: 6.2.1. Near me (only available during GPS reception 6.2.2. Current map Use *, # and the navigation keys to select a particular map section in the map view. 6.2.3. Particular city Enter the postcode or the name of the city in the Look for location menu. Select the required city in Matches found and confirm in the Options dialogue window. 6.2.4. Near an address Enter the address in the Look for address menu. Select the required address in Matches found and confirm in the Options dialogue window. 6.2.5. Near a favourite Select a location from the Favourite list and confirm in Options. This assumes previous categorisation of a destination as a favourite. 6.2.6. Near recent destination A list of the destinations recently calculated. Scroll through the list and make a selection. 6.2.7. Near contact Calls up the mobile telephones address file. Select a contact in Contacts and confirm in Options. The address selected must have a geocode (see section 6.7). Please note: The default radius is 25 km for Near me, Near an address, Near a favourite, Near a recent destination and Near contact. 6.2.8. What? selection menu The What? menu appears once one of the criteria has been selected Example: driver services: Select from Petrol station, Parking, Repair facility or Automobile club. In the Look in WEB too? option menu, decide as to whether only information from the memory chip is used or whether the Internet is also used for the search. (Once yes, always or no, never has been selected, this option menu is no longer displayed. This can be reset in Settings -> POI content on Web.) Make a selection and highlight the destination in the Matches found menu. A @ is used to denote destinations from the Internet database. The Options menu can now be used to select the journey destination as a destination, to display the destination on the map or to add it to favourites.
Show details: For some destinations from the Internet (@ symbol), there is an option of displaying a brief description of the destination. If Show on map is selected, all search hits are displayed on the map. The destination lying closest to your current position (green cross) is denoted by a blue sign and displayed in the title line of the map. The characters on the signs correspond to the characters in the Matches found list. Proceed with the selection of the following items as with the step specified in driver services: Travellers services Useful information Food / entertainment Sport and culture In addition, destinations can be found by Name or Category. Enter a name in the Find facilities dialogue window or select one of the specified themes in the Categories dialogue. Example: Look by name Enter the name of a required facility in the Find facility dialogue. In the Look in WEB too? option menu, decide as to whether only information from the memory chip is used or whether the Internet is also used for the search. Make your choice in Matches found. The Options menu can now be used to select the journey destination as a destination, to display the destination on the map or to add it to favourites. With facilities with telephone number entry, the facility can be called. Please note: Usage of the Internet is associated with GPRS connection costs. These amounts depend on your contract. Contact your provider for more information. The use of service data for traffic situation, POIs and flight detail enquiries is free of charge in the first year after the purchase of Navman software. After this time period has elapsed, a ticket can be purchased (from www.navman.com) that allows continued usage of the service information. 6.3. Navigation to a NavPix destination A NavPix is a photograph of a location with precise GPS details of this location. A NavPix can be used to head for a location without the need for additional information, such as city or street. Select Navigate and NavPix destination. A list of generated NavPix is displayed. Select one as a destination and start navigation based on the selection of route type. 6.4. Navigation to Recent destination As soon as a few destinations have been calculated, these may be activated from the selection list. This saves reentering the same information when again heading for the same destination. Each newly calculated destination is entered into the list. The one selected last appears at the very top of the list. Select Navigate and Recent destination. A list of the recent destinations is displayed. Use the 4-way navigation key to scroll through the list to select a destination. Use the middle selection key to go directly to the Route type menu and to the start of navigation. The left selection key opens the Options menu where the destination is shown on the map, added to favourites or selected as a destination. 6.5. Navigation to Favourite Destinations required frequently can be stored under Favourite. A selection list lists all destinations entered. They can be selected for navigation using the same key selection as the destinations in the Recent destinations list or displayed on a map. (see 6.4)
Specifying a destination | Navigation
6.6. Navigation to Contact This function is used to access addresses stored in the mobile telephone and to select them as navigation destinations, display them on a map or add them to the favourite list provided that the address has a geocode, i.e. has exact GPS details. If this is not the case, the GPS position can be assigned by entering the address once. Select Navigate and Contact. A list of your contacts stored in the address book is displayed. Scroll to the contact required and select Options. There are three options once a GPS position has been assigned to the selected contact: Select the contact as a navigation destination, display it on a map or add it to favourites. A geocode can be assigned to a contact without GPS data: 6.6.1. Geocode Select Geocode and enter the address details. Confirm with the left selection key and select the precise address details from the list. Now select Geocode in the Options menu. Your contact now has a geocode and the address list reappears. Please note: Because of the need for the user to enter data first, the following functions are not available on first using the software: NavPix destination, Recent destination and Favourite. Navigation to Contact assumes that there are entries in the address directory of the mobile telephone.
Navigation starts once the route has been selected and calculated. A blue line is used to mark out the route. Blue arrows denote turn-off directions. A large light-blue arrow in the lower area of the display indicates your current GPS position. A loudspeaker symbol indicates whether the advisor voice is turned on or off. A satellite receiver symbol indicates the status of the GPS reception. Green indicates reception, flashing red means no connection to the GPS receiver and permanent red means no GPS reception. The lower display line provides information on the distance to the next direction change, distance to destination, remaining journey time and current speed. 7.1. Navigation options Press the middle selection key to enter the Navigation Options menu.The following selections can be made: 7.1.1. Turn voice on/off Turning on and off of the advisor voice 7.1.2. POI along the route (follow description in section 6.2.) 7.1.3. Traffic on the route On calling this function, current data on the traffic situation in the Internet is called up and displayed. A traffic problem is denoted by a traffic problem symbol. A green cross specifies the position of the traffic incident shown in the title line of the display. Select Avoid traffic problems in the Options menu to calculate a route that avoids the problem area. Please note: Usage of the Internet is associated with GPRS connection costs. These amounts depend on your contract. Contact your provider for more information. The use of service data for traffic situation, POIs and flight detail enquiries is free of charge in the first year after the purchase of Navman software. After this time period has elapsed, a ticket can be purchased (from www.navman.com) that allows continued usage of the service information. 7.1.4. Change view Switch from normal map view to view of next direction change. The distance to the direction change is displayed.
7.1.5. Route options If the route is to be recalculated, there is an option to change the route type or to avoid particular traffic routes. Select Route Options and Change route type to enter the Route type menu and recalculation. Select Route options and Avoid. The route can now be recalculated omitting toll roads, ferries or highways. 7.1.6. Delete route The current route is deleted but remains listed under recent destination. 7.2. Current route If a route is calculated, the additional entry Current Route appears in the main menu. This dialogue displays start and destination location, specifies the current distance from the destination, the estimated duration of the journey, the selected route type and number of stop-offs. Several options are available for selection in the Options menu: 7.2.1. Show route on map The entire route is shown on a map. Increase / decrease the size of the map section with the asterisk and hash key respectively. 7.2.2. Route options You can recalculate the route excluding certain road sections or as a different route type. Follow the description in section 7.1.5. 7.2.3. Stop-off Used to enter locations stopped off at between start and destination points. Select Stop-off, select Options, enter the stop-off in the Add stop-off menu as an address, POI, NavPix destination, recent destination, favourite or contact. (Follow the instructions in section 6.0.) The new location is now entered in the Stop-off menu. In Options you now have the option of showing the stop-off on the map, recalculating the route, removing the stop-off or adding a further stop-off. After recalculating, the Current Route menu appears with the newly calculated distance and journey time details. 7.2.4. Traffic on the route Checks the traffic situation along the route using current data from an Internet database. (Please refer to Section 7.1.3 for description and information.) 7.2.5. Delete route 7.2.6. Show end point The destination of the current route is shown on a map. 7.2.7. Change end point Specify another destination. Enter the new destination in the Destination menu (follow the instructions in section 6.0 when entering). Select Options, Define as destination and enter the type of route. The route is calculated with changed destination and shown in the display.
Other functions in main menu
8.1. Look on map Enter the required destination as per section 6.0. Select Show on map in the Options dialogue. 8.1.1. Traffic information The Where? menu appears once Traffic information has been selected in the Look on map selection menu. Follow the instructions in section 6.2 when entering. Current traffic information is displayed (see also section 7.1.3). 8.1.2. POI Displays POIs on the map. Use the Where? menu to specify the location of the POI and enter the required information under What?. Now follow the instructions in section 6.2.8. 8.2. Planning a trip Enter start point and destination of the journey. Specify any stop-offs (see sections 6 and 7.2.3). Your selection appears in the Current route menu. Now select Options and Calculate route. The distance, journey time and route type are displayed. In contrast to a route calculated for navigation, this route is not used for navigation and is consequently not displayed in the main menu as a current route. The route calculated can also be updated with current traffic information: Select the Traffic on route function from the Options menu in Current route. Traffic information is reloaded and any traffic incidents are displayed on a map. The route can be recalculated in Avoid traffic problems in the Options menu. 8.3. NavPix A NavPix is a photograph of a location with precise GPS details of the location. Selecting NavPix displays a list of the stored photographs. The list is empty on initial use. 8.3.1. Make new NavPix There must be a GPS connection for a geocoded photograph to be taken. Select Options and New NavPix. Take a photograph as per the instructions for your mobile telephone. Choose a name for the photograph and select Save. The newly created NavPix is displayed in the list. Options provides the following: View NavPix, show the GPS position of the picture on the map, send NavPix and delete NavPix. 8.3.2. Send NavPix Select Send NavPix. The picture is displayed. Enter the telephone number of the recipient in the footer of the display. Alternatively, call up the contact list by selecting Add recipient in the Options menu and select a recipient for the NavPix from the entries in the number index of your mobile telephone. If the recipient of the NavPix also has the Navman software, he can navigate directly to the point at which the photograph was taken. If the NavPix is sent to a different MMS-compatible mobile telephone, the recipient can download a map which displays where the picture was taken. Note: MMS connection costs are charged when sending a NavPix.These amounts depend on your mobile network contract.
8.4. Look for flight Navman TRAVEL ASSIST searches for available flights in an Internet file. Select Look for flight in the main menu. The Flight browser is displayed. Departure and arrival points are specified in the Options dialogue. Select City with airport for a list of world-wide cities with airports. Enter a city name and select the required city from Matches found. Use Options to specify the selected location as a departure or arrival point. If address, POI, NavPix destination, recent destination, favourite or contact is selected in the Specify departure or Specify arrival dialogue, TRAVEL ASSIST searches for the airport closest to the location selected. A search is made for flights on the current day. Enter a date in the flight browser to search for flights at other times. Now select Look for flight in the Options menu. Make your selection in Flights found and use Check flight status to check the status in the Internet. Airport, flight times, terminal and status (on-time, late or early) are specified for departure and arrival. Please note: Usage of the Internet is associated with GPRS connection costs. These amounts are dependent on your contract. Contact your provider for more information. The use of service data for traffic situation, POIs and flight detail enquiries is free of charge in the first year after the purchase of Navman software. After this time period has elapsed, a ticket can be purchased (from www.navman.com) that allows continued usage of the service information. 8.5. My locations Displays addresses stored in Favourites, Recent destinations and Contacts. On first using TRAVEL ASSIST, the Favourites and Recent destinations folders are empty and Contacts displays the address list of your mobile telephone. 8.5.1. Favourites Favourites can also be added here just as they can at many other places in TRAVEL ASSIST. Select Favourites and then Add new under Options. The new favourite can then be entered in a selection menu. (see also section 6.0.) The Options dialogue can also be used to select a favourite for navigation, to display it on the map and to delete it. 8.5.2. Recent destinations Displays all destinations calculated for navigation. The one calculated last appears at the very top of the list. Options can be used to select one of these destinations for navigation, to delete it, to display it on the map or to add it to favourites. 8.5.3. Contacts Displays contacts stored in your mobile telephone. The user is prompted to enter an address if one is not already entered. The selected contact can be given a geocode in the Options dialogue. (proceed as per the instructions in section 6.6.) 8.6. Settings 8.6.1. Change GPS device Power on a Bluetooth GPS receiver device and select Change GPS device. TRAVEL ASSIST establishes a connection to the receiver and displays it in the Devices found dialogue. Use Select to specify this device as the current GPS receiver. 8.6.2. Measurement units Allows the user to switch between the metric metre / kilometre and British yards / miles systems of measurement. 8.6.3. Advisor voice Switch between a female and a male voice.
Other functions in main menu | Road types | Support information
8.6.4. POI content on Web This is where you can specify whether data in the Internet is to be searched. If you have declined or agreed to queries in the Internet elsewhere, this can be reset under POI content on Web. (see also sections 6.2.8. and 7.1.3.) Please note: Usage of the Internet is associated with GPRS connection costs. These amounts are dependent on your contract. Contact your provider for more information. 8.6.5. Web access point Select your access point to the Internet. Your mobile network provider will supply you with all necessary information. 8.6.6. About TRAVEL ASSIST Displays version and serial number of the Navman software used. 8.7. Exit Exits the navigation software.
9.1. Road types (see page 14 /15) Note: Road types and abbreviations for Belgium and Switzerland are listed in three languages. 9.2. Support information Support for Australien: Navman Australia Pty Ltd PO Box 479 Gladesville, NSW 2111 Australien Support: http://support.navman.com Website: http://www.navman.com Support for Neuseeland: Navman New Zealand PO Box. 68-155 Newton Auckland Neuseeland Support: http://support.navman.com Website: http://www.navman.com Support for Europa: Navman Europe Ltd 4G Gatwick House Peeks Brook Lane, Horley Surrey RH6 9ST Grobritannien Support: http://support.navman.com Website: http://www.navman-europe.com Support for USA and Canada: Navman USA Inc 5275 Capital Boulevard Raleigh, NC 27616-2925 USA Telefon: 866-9-NAVMAN Support: http://support.navman.com Website: http://www.navmanusa.com
Country Belgium (German) Belgium (French)
Road type CHAUSSEE PLATZ STRASSE AVENUE BOULEVARD CHAUSSE IMPASSE MONT MONTAGNE PLACE ROUTE ROUTE NATIONAL RUE SQUARE BAAN BERG DREEF LAAN MARKT PARK PLEIN SQUARE STEENWEG STRAAT BOULEVARD CHAUSSEE PLATZ STRASSE KATU GATE KATU TIE TIE ALLEE AVENUE BOULEVARD CHAUSSE DOMAINE FAUBOURG IMPASSE MONT MONTAGNE PASSAGE PLACE QUARTIER ROND-POINT ROUTE ROUTE NATIONALE RUE SQUARE TRAVERSE
Abbreviation CH PL STR AVE BVD CH IMP MT MT PL RTE RN R. SQ BN BG DR LN MKT PK PL SQ STWG STR BVD CH PL STR K. GT K. T. T. ALL AVE BVD CH DOM FG IMP MT MT PAS PL QU RPT RTE RN R. SQ TRA
Country Great Britain
Road type AVENUE BOULEVARD CENTRE CRESCENT AVENUE BOULEVARD CENTRE CRESCENT PLACE ROAD ROUTE SQUARE STREET YARD CONTRADA CORSO FRAZIONE LARGO PIAZZA PIAZZALE STRADA STATALE SUPERSTRADA VIA VIALE ALLE AVENUE BOULEVARD CHAUSSE DOMAINE FAUBOURG IMPASSE MONT MONTAGNE PASSAGE PLACE QUARTIER ROND-POINT ROUTE ROUTE NATIONALE RUE SQUARE TRAVERSE
Abbreviation AVE BVD CTR CR AVE BVD CTR CR PL RD RTE SQ ST YD C.DA C.SO FR LGO P.ZA P.LE SS SS V. VL ALL AVE BVD CH DOM FG IMP MT MT PAS PL QU RPT RTE RN R. SQ TRA
M1910A-BZ Canoscan-lide 25 Urc-7530 42PX4DV-EA K7S41 MH-5744JL OW5000 CF-360 VGN-CS21s V GC4610 02 LE32A656a1F ATV11 GYM GTS DSC-P200 N4L-vm DH DVP3350V 02 PRO 8 TX750W T2 T5 PM-15S1 Albummaker 2 FM49AH TL853C STR-DE305 AG-6124 AZ1834 12 Mce-KIT Bissell 3130 545 VS QC 621K UE46B7000 Focus-2003 CDE-9846RM Yamaha A15W Aspire 5510 KX-TG7200PD 17-inch Component VP-DX105 V-3310D ST-GT350 LN40A550 IC-A24 AT8 32X Navman N MD-5W Powershot A460 KIP 710W DZ-GX20E GL1000 DX6000 Astro KDC-316V 3000 B YP-C1V SC-HT440 AW1212AA CT-F1050 Norrath KDL-26S2000 EXP7361 00C LH-D6246A MM 100 85 S ECM-MS908C AVR-2310 LC-19D1E GA311 SWC M MCM277 CLD-990 Furuno 1623 AF200S 4-18XT Krups 889 Super SGH-I300 TXP50VT20E Thermometer GR-359SNQ WFH1277F Dtca7 KT7-raid RAM 784 Power CD824 PXA-H600 Roland MM-4 AL1917J DPX502U TS4GMP320 DP-1510 PG-M20X Siemens A55 50PC3D MB-1001 TX-L5 8uhps Camaro 1994 AX-M133
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