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1 Marco Polo Navigator 5 Manual Congratulations on purchasing a mobile navigation device with the new Marco Polo Navigator 5. With the Marco Polo Navigator, you have purchased a product which has been developed and tested with the utmost care and therefore meets the very highest standards when it comes to functionality and ease of use. However, if you have any tips or suggestions concerning how we can make our products even better, we would be delighted to receive any feedback you may have. In order that you can familiarise yourself with all of the functions of your navigation device and prevent any errors during use, please read this manual before you set off on a journey. We hope that you experience lots of enjoyment, many pleasant journeys and arrive safely using your Marco Polo Navigator 5. FMI_1340

2 Welcome: With the latest-generation Marco Polo Navigator, you have purchased a product which will not only navigate you quickly and easily to your desired destination but is also easy to operate and therefore a very convenient tool for everyday use. It is very easy to use but at the same time it makes maximum use of the screen area that is provided. The main features of the Marco Polo Navigator operating concept include the following: Easy to operate at the touch of a finger thanks to large keys and large writing Large on-screen keypad covering the full screen Destinations can be entered in just a few steps thanks to a) auto-memory function (previous entries are stored), b) look-ahead function (automatic word recognition and letters which are no longer possible are masked out) and c) partial word search Simple special destination search (POI search) Intuitive menu guidance Screens load quickly Important: Make the necessary adjustments to settings and enter the destination you want before you set off on your journey. You should not operate your navigation device while you are driving because this may distract your attention from the road and you may cause an accident as a result. If you need to adjust any settings during a journey, please always find a safe place to stop your vehicle before doing so. The road traffic regulations always have priority over the instructions given by the Marco Polo Navigator. If you are forced to leave the route suggested by your navigation device for these reasons, the Marco Polo Navigator will recalculate the route and navigate you to your destination on an alternative route. 2

3 Contents Before you set off Overview of the functions of the Marco Polo Navigator Starting the Marco Polo Navigator Adjusting settings Enter/edit favourites Set profile for routing Check state of the battery Adjust navigation settings Set/change home address Select POI categories Switch speed camera detector on/off Show/hide map tools Change TMC options (optional) Select distance measurement Adjust system settings Adjust volume Adjust brightness Select language and speaker Set time zone and time format Recalibrate the screen Display information Test GPS functionality Display system information Display copyright information Selecting a destination Entering an address Making a selection on the map view Selecting a POI Selecting one of your favourites Selecting one of your previous destinations Selecting your home address Radius search Route planning with the Marco Polo Navigator

4 Navigation with the Marco Polo Navigator Direct entry Navigation to a destination Navigation to several destinations on a list of stop-off points Position tracking Navigation screen Display menu Activate speed camera detector MP3 Player (optional) Switch sound on/off Day/night switchover Change volume Navigation information D / 2D view Change brightness Switch TMC on/off (optional) Switch auto zoom on/off Command menu End navigation Radius search Display route list Calculate route to next destination Save current location to Favourites Avoid road Additional navigation functions TMC (optional) GPS Additional information Marco Polo Navi-Manager (optional) Service & Support

5 Before you set off 5

6 Welcome to the world of mobile navigation from Marco Polo. The following chapters in this manual will provide you with a detailed description of how the different functions of your Marco Polo Navigator navigation software work. In some chapters, you will find explanations for optional functions or references to optional accessories. These chapters are provided with a corresponding note in the manual. Before you first start navigating using your new Marco Polo navigation device, please take the time to familiarise yourself with the many different functions of the Marco Polo Navigator. 1 Overview of the functions of the Marco Polo Navigator Navigation With Navigation you enter a destination and then allow yourself to be navigated there conveniently and with ease. You may also enter one or more stop-off points and stop at each of these one after the other. You will receive both visual and audible instructions on which route to take. The Marco Polo Navigator allows you to navigate with precision right down to the level of house numbers. Route Planner This function allows you to plan a route in advance. To do this, you need to define a starting point and a finishing point. The Marco Polo Navigator calculates the optimum route between these two points while taking account of your individual profile settings. Here too you can plan your routes with precision right down to the level of house numbers. Position Tracking In the position-tracking mode, you are shown your current position on the map as you are travelling. No route calculation takes place. Accordingly, no route-specific information is displayed in this mode. City Guide The City Guide is Marco Polo s multimedia guide to different cities. It allows you to explore romantic squares, quaint little cafes, the finest delicatessen shops and all the other things you need and wish to see in a city. You can obtain more detailed information about how to use the City Guide in the Marco Polo City Guide manual. Settings The Settings menu item allows you to configure your Marco Polo Navigator. You can adjust system settings, change the language output settings, stipulate your own favourite destinations or adjust your profile for routing. MP3 Player (optional) Simply download your favourite songs onto an SD memory card and activate the optional integrated MP3 Player. This allows you to listen to music or audio books even while navigation is taking place. Please note: The Navigation, Route Planning and Position Tracking functions are not available if there is no map material. Please make sure that you have installed appropriate maps before you attempt to use one of these functions. When the products are supplied, all of the map material is preinstalled on your navigation device. You will find more detailed information about installing maps under the Marco Polo Navi-Manager (optional) chapter. 6

7 2 Starting the Marco Polo Navigator The program screen gives you access to all of the functions of the Marco Polo Navigator. Please note: When you switch on your device for the first time, you will be asked to select the menu language, the speakers and your preferred map. You can of course alter all settings again after you have made this initial selection on the Settings menu. 3 Adjusting settings On the program screen you will see the menu item Settings, which you can use to adjust your Marco Polo Navigator to satisfy your personal preferences. The options on the Settings menu are explained in greater detail below. 7

8 3.1 Enter/edit favourites The Favourites option allows you to name and save destinations which you use frequently. They can then be called up quickly and easily when you are selecting a destination and can be used for navigation or route planning. 1. Tap on Favourites on the Settings menu. At this point, you can either add new favourites or edit favourites which you have already entered. 2. Add favourites: tap on the Add button. Enter the new address or select one of the previous destinations (cf. the chapter Selecting a destination). Use the Name input box to give a name to the new destination you have just created. Confirm your entry by tapping on Ok. 3. Edit favourites: you can rename or delete a destination which you have already created. In order to change the address details for your favourite destination, you need to delete the destination and then enter it again with the new address details. If you wish to rename a destination, select it by tapping on it. Enter a new name in the Name input box. Confirm your entry by tapping on Ok. If you wish to delete a destination, select it by tapping on it. Tap on the Delete button. Acknowledge the following confirmation prompt by clicking on Yes to finally remove the destination. 8

9 3.2 Set profile for routing The Profile option on the Settings menu allows you to adjust the properties for route calculation to match your individual preferences. The settings made here have a crucial bearing on the calculation of the arrival time and the length of the journey and also on the route you take to your destination. The Driver/vehicle button initially allows you to specify your method and mode of travel. 1. Tap on the Driver/vehicle button under the Profile option on the Settings menu. 2. Here you should choose between the different modes Car, Motorbike, Bicycle or Pedestrian. The symbol you choose is highlighted with a blue background. 3. Confirm your selection by tapping on Ok. 9

10 Please note: Please be aware that no spoken announcements are made when you navigate as a pedestrian. In addition, pedestrian navigation over more than 350 km is not possible with the Marco Polo Navigator. As well as selecting a means of transportation, the Route optim. button allows you to specify which criteria your Marco Polo Navigator should use to optimise the route calculation. 1. Select one of the following 3 optimisation options. The symbol you choose is highlighted with a blue background. Route optim. suggests to you the route which follows the shortest direct path to your destination. Quickest suggests to you the route which takes the shortest amount of time to travel along, generally because it gives preference to main roads (motorways and major trunk roads). Economical suggests to you a route which represents the best compromise between time and distance. When weighing up the alternatives, consideration is also given to the fact that the time gained as a result of higher speeds may well result in greater fuel consumption. 2. Confirm your selection by tapping on Ok. The additional buttons Motorways, Ferries and Toll roads allow you to exclude motorways, ferries and sections of road which are subject to a toll charge from the route calculation. 10

11 1. To do this, tap on the relevant symbol. If the symbol is crossed out, this indicates that you have excluded motorways, ferries and/or toll roads from the route calculation. 2. Confirm your selection by tapping on Ok. Please note: If despite excluding one of the three route options there is no other possible way of reaching your destination, the Marco Polo Navigator will disregard this exclusion and set the route along the stretch which is to be avoided (motorway, ferry or toll road). 3.3 Check state of the battery The Battery option allows you to check the remaining capacity in the battery of your mobile navigation device. 1. Tap on Battery to display the remaining battery capacity as a percentage of your battery s maximum capacity. 2. At this point, you may also set up a time switch which will automatically switch off your device as soon as a period of time which you have preset passes and the device has not been used during this period of time. You can choose between the following settings here: Never, 10 minutes, 20 minutes or 30 minutes. 3. Confirm your selection by tapping on Ok. 11

12 3.4 Adjust navigation settings The Navigation button in the Settings menu gives you access to further settings options for navigation. Choose one of the following options Set/change home address The Set home option allows you to enter your home address so that you can store this permanently as your preferred destination. When it comes to selecting the destination for navigation, you can then select the address quickly and directly via the Home symbol. Or you can also select the address via the Home symbol as the starting point or finishing point for route planning. 1. Tap on Set home in the navigation settings menu. 2. Enter your home address via the on-screen keypad (cf. the chapter Entering an address) or select one of your favourites or one of the previous destinations. 3. The screen display automatically switches back to the navigation settings menu. Please note: If you have not created a home address, you can also do this after tapping on the button Set home for the first time on the destination selection screen. Once you have entered your home address for the first time, the display on the destination selection screen switches from Set home to Home. 12

13 3.4.2 Select POI categories Your Marco Polo Navigator features a wealth of Points of Interest (POIs) in different categories. This means that you can select from a large number of addresses of petrol stations, restaurants, hotels and lots more besides. Destinations can therefore be searched for easily by entering or selecting a name (e.g. Hotel Unter den Linden). The POIs option allows you to select the categories from which corresponding POIs will be presented to you during navigation or route planning. You can select from these POIs under navigation when entering a destination, and they are also available as a starting point for route planning. 1. Tap in the navigation settings menu on POIs. You will be shown the categories that are installed on your device. 2. Activate or deactivate the category you want by tapping on the appropriate row, thereby placing a tick in front of the name or removing this tick. 3. Confirm your selection by tapping on Ok Switch speed camera detector on/off The speed camera detector is an integrated extra function which, when the relevant speed camera data is used, gives you the option of receiving warnings about the locations of fixed traffic-monitoring devices (speed cameras). The warnings about the locations of speed cameras take the form of an audible signal. If you would like to make use of this function, you can use the Marco Polo Navi-Manager (optional) to download from the Internet free of charge data detailing the locations of speed cameras in Europe to your mobile navigation device. Only then can the function be switched on in your Marco Polo Navigator. 13

14 To switch on the function in the Marco Polo Navigator, tap on the Speed camera detector button. To switch the function off again, tap on the button again. When the speed camera detector is switched off, the symbol is crossed through. Please note: The speed camera detector is deactivated before you start each navigation operation. Provided that you have installed data detailing speed camera locations on your mobile navigation device and you have switched on the speed camera detector, you can activate the function on the navigation menu after starting a navigation operation. You can find more information about this under the chapter Activate speed camera detector. Important: Some countries prohibit the use of a speed camera detector. Please check whether you are allowed to use the speed camera detector in the country you are in. As soon as you have downloaded data detailing speed camera locations to your device, the speed camera detector is deemed to be ready to operate. No data about speed camera locations is available for Switzerland Show/hide map tools The 2D aids option allows you to switch the display of the compass and scale tools on and off on the 2D map view. 1. Tap on 2D aids to switch the function on and integrate the aids within the 2D map view. 2. As soon as you tap on the symbol again, the function is switched off. A symbol which is crossed through indicates to you that the 2D aids function is no longer active. 3. Confirm your selection by tapping on Ok Change TMC options (optional) The Marco Polo Navigator navigation software is capable of receiving TMC (Traffic Message Channel) messages about current traffic hold-ups, e.g. reports of traffic jams. TMC is a digital data service which transmits the traffic messages with the radio signal and is therefore dependent on a suitable radio station being received. Provided that a TMC receiver is connected and TMC messages are transmitted with the radio signal, your navigation device provides you with information about the reason for a traffic hold-up, the affected road, the section of road and the length of the hold-up. The Marco Polo Navigator then gives you the option of incorporating this data into the navigation and suggesting alternative routes to you. As a general rule, no TMC messages are processed in the route planning. 14

15 Under the menu item TMC options you can set the form in which your Marco Polo Navigator should note TMC messages during navigation or switch off the function completely. 1. Choose one of the following options. The symbol which is chosen is highlighted with a blue background. Choose Always note if you wish the Marco Polo Navigator to automatically note all traffic messages on the calculated route. With this setting, alternatives are examined immediately and the route is recalculated, provided that a different route is more beneficial to you. If the Marco Polo Navigator does not offer any new route, carrying on through the hold-up is the better alternative for you. Choose Ask every time to first of all be notified of the hold-up when a message which relates to your route is received. If this situation arises, a window containing detailed information will open up during navigation. You should then tap on Take into account to give account to the message in your routing or on Back to disregard the message. Choose Only show if TMC messages which are received are merely to be shown in the TMC list. However, there is no separate indication of hold-ups, even if these affect your route. To call up the TMC list, you should tap on the TMC button on the navigation screen. Choose Deactivate to switch off the function completely. TMC messages will no longer be received. Accordingly, no more messages about traffic hold-ups will be displayed in the navigation. 2. Confirm your selection by tapping on Ok. 15

16 3.4.6 Select distance measurement Tap on Kilometres/Miles to determine the unit of measurement for specifying distances. You can switch between kilometres and miles. The symbol of the format which is selected is shown in blue here. The symbol of the format which is not selected is shown in grey. 3.5 Adjust system settings The System button gives you access to additional system settings. Choose one of the following options Adjust volume The Volume option allows you to change the volume on your navigation device or switch it off completely. You have a choice here between two levels of volume control. On the first level, you stipulate the system volume for your device. On the second advanced level, you can if you need to adjust the volume for individual functions in the Marco Polo Navigator separately. These volume settings are then always in relation to the system volume. 1. To change the system volume or to switch it off completely, you should first tap on the Volume button. 2. You can increase the volume by tapping on the plus symbol or reduce the volume by tapping on the minus symbol. The volume which is set is indicated to you by the length of the bar shown and in relation to the maximum volume. 16

17 3. Confirm your selection by tapping on Ok or exit the display screen by tapping on Cancel. Please note: If necessary, you can also change the system volume using the buttons on your navigation device. On a second level, you can make separate settings for the volume of the speakers, the City Guide, the MP3 Player (optional) and for the system button sounds. 1. To call up the advanced volume settings, tap on the Volume screen on Advanced. 2. As was the case on the previous settings level, you can increase the volume (speakers, City Guide, MP3 Player (optional), system sounds) by tapping on the plus symbol or reduce the volume by tapping on the minus symbol. 3. Tap on Ok to save the settings and to exit the display screen. You will return to the first level of volume setting. Tap on Cancel to exit the display screen without saving the settings. 17

18 Please note: The advanced volume settings are always dependent on the system volume. If the system volume is altered, this also causes the volume to be adjusted in the individual functions of your Marco Polo Navigator Adjust brightness You can use the Brightness option to select the brightness level for the display in the day and night view modes of your mobile navigation device. 1. Tap on the Brightness button. You can adjust both the display of the brightness during the day between 3 levels and the display of the brightness at night between 3 levels. In both cases, the brightness is at its lowest with level 1 and at its highest with level 3. If you reduce the brightness level at night and when conditions are dark, the display appears less bright and you are less likely to be dazzled by it. 2. Select the brightness level you want by tapping on the appropriate symbol. The symbol which is chosen is highlighted with a blue background. 3. Confirm your selection by tapping on Ok Select language and speaker If your Marco Polo Navigator is set up to accommodate several different languages, you can select or change the language using the Language option. 1. Tap on Language to select the menu language and a speaker. 2. You initially select the language in which you wish to be guided through the menus in the Marco Polo Navigator. You then select the speaker for the language you have chosen. 18

19 3. Confirm your selection in each case by tapping on Ok Set time zone and time format You can use the Time option to set the time zone and the time format. Please note: The current date and the current time are received with the GPS signal and are therefore always correct to the nearest second. 1. Tap on the Time button. 2. To set the time zone in which you currently find yourself, tap on the left or right arrow in the top section of the screen. 3. To set the format in which the time should be displayed, tap in the appropriate circle (12 hour/24 hour) in the bottom section of the screen. 19

20 4. Confirm the settings by tapping on Ok or exit the screen without saving the settings by tapping on the Cancel button Recalibrate the screen If the screen no longer reacts to being tapped on without any errors, it needs to be recalibrated. To do this, you require a stylus (optional) or another blunt object. To avoid damage to the display, never tap on it using a pointed object. 1. To do this, choose the Screen option in the system settings menu and start the calibration process by tapping on Ok to acknowledge the screen which is then displayed. If you do not wish to carry out the calibration process, exit the screen which is displayed by tapping on Cancel. 2. Tap and hold the stylus on the cross for a short moment. Repeat the process for every position where the cross appears. 3. The calibration process is complete as soon as there is no longer any cross displayed on the screen. Tap on the screen again to return to the system settings menu. 3.6 Display information The Info menu provides additional buttons which you can use to display information about the current GPS status, the software used and the map material as well as notes about licensing rights. No further settings are possible at this point Test GPS functionality Tap on the GPS test button to carry out a test of the GPS functionality of your mobile navigation device. An info page containing information about your existing GPS 20

21 connection and your current position will be displayed. Tapping on the Back button takes you back to the info menu. Please note: If your navigation device features Premium GPS (optional), please ensure that every week you download the latest data for GPS positioning to your device via the Navi-Manager (optional). If you do this, you will shorten the time required for positioning considerably and you can start navigating much faster Display system information The About option allows you to display system information, in particular about which version of the navigation software is being used, what map material is being used and what the map status is. To retrieve this information, simply tap on About in the settings menu. To exit the screen which is displayed, tap on Back Display copyright information 21

22 Tap on the Copyright button to display information about the copyrights of the software which is used. Here you will also find country-specific notes on copyright. 22

23 4 Selecting a destination There are several different ways of selecting a destination address for navigation or a starting and finishing address in the route planner. By entering an address By making a selection on the map view By selecting a POI By selecting one of your favourites By selecting one of your previous destinations By selecting your home address By means of the radius search 4.1 Entering an address 1. Tap on the Address symbol in the navigation menu to enter a destination address or in the route planner menu to enter the starting address followed by the finishing address. 2. First select the country in which the destination is located. To do this, tap on the name of the country which is currently active at the top right-hand corner of your navigation screen. The Choose country screen will open. Here you will be shown a list of all of the country maps that are installed in alphabetical order. In the upper part of the list, you will find all of the maps with a detailed road network. The lower part of the list also presents the countries covered by the network of major trunk roads in Europe. These countries are identified by a motorway symbol. 23

24 Country map with a detailed road network Country in which only one network of major trunk roads is available Please note: You can only enter a destination if a country map which corresponds to the country of the destination is installed on your navigation device. For countries in which only the network of main trunk roads is available to you, the destination selection screen will also only show you destinations which are located on the main trunk roads. You can obtain detailed maps for these countries on the Internet via the Falk Shop. 3. Use the input box to tap in the town or city you want. You can enter either the name or the postcode. Before you start entering any details, you will be shown a list of the places you have entered most recently. Before you enter a new address, check the overview screen to see whether you can find it there. You can enter the details you want using an on-screen keypad, which automatically switches between letters, numerals and special symbols depending on the nature of the text which is to be entered. You can also change the view yourself using the buttons in the lower section of the input box. Please note here that some special symbols may be included with the block of numerals for reasons of space. When you enter an address, you will be assisted by the Marco Polo Navigator thanks to the integrated look-ahead function. As you are entering your details, this function checks which letters are plausible for the rest of the entry and 24

25 hides all other letters. At the same time, you will be shown a list of results which match your selection below the input box. Please note: In many cases, you only need to enter part of the name before you are shown the result you want. The integrated partial word search ensures that, in the case of composite street names, a search is also performed for the parts of the name which are not right at the start of the name. For instance, if you are searching for Schwäbisch Gmünd, it is sufficient just to enter the Gmünd part of the name. In conjunction with the look-ahead function and the option of entering disintegrated umlauts, in this example you would be shown the result you wanted after entering just Gmu. Select the place you want by tapping on the appropriate box from the list of results. 4. Now tap in the street name for the destination address. Confirm your selection by tapping on the appropriate box in the list of results. If you do not wish to restrict your search any further by selecting a particular street and/or house number and you simply wish to navigate to the centre of the town/city, simply tap on Calculate after selecting the town/city you want. 25

26 5. In most countries, the Marco Polo Navigator allows you to calculate routes with an accuracy extending right down to the level of house numbers. If you know it, enter the house number and confirm this by tapping on the results box as well. Route calculation then starts automatically. Please note: If the destination you have selected is not specific enough because the address entered exists in several places at your destination town/city, another screen will appear before your route is calculated. On this screen, you will be shown a list of all the options which match your entry, and they will be differentiated by way of their postcode and the name of the district of the town/city in which they are located. Tapping on the Map button allows you to view the destination beforehand on the map view screen. Tap on Calculate to start calculating the route to the destination town/city you have chosen. 6. If you enter an incomplete address (only the town/city or town/city and street name), you can also view the destination beforehand on the map view screen. To do this, tap in the entry box on Map. You can use the -/+ buttons on the map view to reduce or increase the size of the map extract. 26

27 7. If you enter a complete and unique address, the route calculation starts automatically. In all other cases, you should confirm the destination address you have entered via the Calculate button on the destination selection screen or map view screen. A progress bar will show you how the calculation is progressing. However, it generally only takes a few seconds. 4.2 Making a selection on the map view If when you are selecting your destination you do not have an exact address to hand but you do know where your destination is located on the map, you can also specify it manually via the map view screen. 1. To do this, you should first enter the town/city you want on the destination selection screen and confirm it by tapping on the appropriate box in the list of results. 2. Tap on the Map button. You can now use the -/+ buttons on the map view to reduce or increase the size of the map extract or move the view by holding and dragging the map extract. 3. Tap on the point which you would like to mark as your destination. The marking will be placed at this point. 4. Tap on Calculate to start the route calculation. 27

28 4.3 Selecting a POI As an alternative to entering the full address in a town/city or a street, you can also search for POIs whose addresses are already stored in the Marco Polo Navigator. These POIs are divided up into different categories and often offer you assistance in searching for places of interest, popular sights, hotels, restaurants and lots more besides. You can specify which POI categories will be offered to you on the destination selection screen in the navigation settings via the POIs option. 1. On the destination selection screen, select a country, town/city and if necessary a street on which you are searching for a POI. 2. Tap on POI at the top left-hand corner of your navigation screen. You will see the POI categories listed in alphabetical order. You can use the arrow buttons to scroll through the list. 3. Select a category by tapping on it or tap on Next. The POIs will be shown to you in order of their distance from the centre of the town/city or, if you have entered a street, in the immediate vicinity of this street. Here too you can use the arrow buttons to scroll through the list. 4. Select a destination. The route will be calculated. Please note: The distances in the POI list indicate the distance to the destination as the crow flies. Only once the route has been calculated is the exact distance to be covered calculated. 28

29 4.4 Selecting one of your favourites The Favourites button gives you access to the addresses which you have stored in the settings menu. If you have not entered any destinations of your own, the button is shown in grey. Once you have entered some destinations of your own, the button is active on the destination selection screen. 1. To make a selection, choose Favourites. You will be shown the destinations in the alphabetical order of the names. 2. Select a destination. You can use the arrow buttons to scroll within the list or search for the entry by entering the name of the destination via the on-screen keypad. 3. Tap on Calculate to start the route calculation. 4.5 Selecting one of your previous destinations The Marco Polo Navigator allows you to call up quickly and easily the destinations you navigated to recently. The destinations are stored continuously in a list and if necessary are offered on the destination selection screen via the Previous destinations button. 1. Tap on the destination selection screen on Previous destinations. 2. Select a destination. You can use the arrow buttons to scroll within the list or search for the entry by entering the name of the destination via the on-screen keypad. 3. Tap on Calculate to start the route calculation. 29

30 Please note: The Marco Polo Navigator stores up to 20 previous destinations and then overwrites them again starting with the first entry. 4.6 Selecting your home address If you have already specified a home address in the navigation settings menu, you can select this address as a starting address or destination address via the Home button. The route is calculated. You do not need to confirm your selection. If you have not previously entered a home address, the Marco Polo Navigator switches to the address-entry screen. 4.7 Radius search You can use the radius search function to search quickly and easily for POIs situated near to your current location. You can use the radius search on the destination selection screen, but also access the function during navigation via the navigation menu. 1. In both cases, you should tap on the Radius search symbol to start the radius search. 2. You can view the location stored most recently on the map view. If this matches your current location, tap on Next. If in the intervening period of time you have arrived at a different location, you can determine your new position by tapping on the Determine button. 3. You should now select a POI category in which to search for a POI. The categories are listed in alphabetical order. 30

31 4. The POIs will be shown to you in the order of their distance from your current location. Select a destination. The route will be calculated. Please note: The distances in the POI list indicate the distance to the destination as the crow flies. Only once the route has been calculated is the exact distance to be covered calculated. 5 Route planning with the Marco Polo Navigator Before you let your Marco Polo Navigator navigate you safely and reliably to your destination, you can plan your route in comfort at home using the route planner and have a look at the route beforehand. When you do this, you can not only display the distance and time, but also simulate the route which is calculated on your mobile Marco Polo navigation device. The route planner has a similar structure here to the navigation menu. All you need to do is specify a starting point beforehand. In the navigation, the starting point is then replaced by the current GPS position. You should adopt the following procedure to plan a route. 1. Tap on the program screen on Route Planner. 2. You should initially enter your starting address, and then select a favourite, one of your previous destinations or your home address. Tap on the Map symbol to see the address you have entered shown on the map and, if you need to, select the starting point manually by tapping on the map. You can use the -/+ buttons on the map view to reduce or increase the size of the map extract. Confirm your entry by tapping on Ok. 3. You should then enter the destination address or here you can also select a favourite, one of your previous destinations or your home address. Here too you can get to the map view screen by tapping on the Map symbol. Tap on Calculate to calculate the route. Tap on Back to return to the destination selection screen. 31

32 4. After the route has been calculated, you can select from 3 buttons. Cancel allows you to end the route planning and takes you back to the program screen. Route shows you the route list. The route list allows you to see the different sections of the route in stages from the start to the finish point. From the route list, you can also tap on the Simulation button to follow a simulated journey along the route which has been calculated. However, the journey will proceed faster here than in the navigation. If you tap on Navigation, this will start navigation to the destination address which is defined in the route planning. The starting address will be replaced here by your current location. 32

33 Navigation with the Marco Polo Navigator 33

34 1 Direct entry Once all the driver-specific and vehicle-specific settings have been made, the Marco Polo Navigator has been adapted to cater for your personal needs and the criteria for route calculation have been defined, it is time to start navigating with your Marco Polo Navigator. The essential steps required to select a destination have already been described to you in detail in the Selecting a destination chapter. The following section will describe the navigation functions in greater detail. To allow you quick access to the world of mobile navigation, the navigation procedure will initially be outlined using an example. The destination for this navigation example is Berlin, Germany s capital city. We are travelling to the street Unter den Linden If you are using your mobile navigation device in a vehicle, please secure it firmly in a mounting bracket which is provided for it. If a hazardous situation should occur, the device should not be able to fly around within the vehicle. 2. Switch on your device. 3. Tap on the program screen on Navigation. 34

35 4. Tap on the destination selection screen on Address. The address entry screen will appear. 5. Please ensure initially that Germany is selected as the destination country for this navigation example. The country which is currently selected is indicated at the top right-hand corner of the screen. If you wish to change the selected country, tap on the button. 6. Once you have selected the destination country, enter Berlin as the destination city using the on-screen keypad. You can make use here of automatic word recognition, which makes entry quick and easy by only displaying the letters which are capable of completing your entry. Confirm your entry by tapping on the name of the city. 7. Enter Unter den Linden as the destination street. You should adopt the same procedure here as you did previously for entering the name of the city. In the 35

36 case of fairly long composite street names, you can generally just enter part of the name. You will then be shown a list offering you all the matching alternatives. Confirm the name of the street. 8. Enter the house number 6. You can confirm this too by tapping on the numeral. The route will be calculated. 9. You can tap on the Route button initially to display the duration and path of the calculated route. 36

37 10. If you tap on the Navigation button, this starts the navigation process. Please note: If you wish to calculate a route which crosses over borders between different countries, you will always require the country maps for the countries you wish to travel through as well as the European main trunk road network to establish a connection between these country maps. The European main trunk road network is also required if the route takes you into a neighbouring country. You can obtain additional and up-to-date country maps on the Internet from the Falk Shop. 2 Navigation to a destination Essentially the following steps are required to get from your current location to a destination. 1. Start navigation from the program menu 2. Select destination 3. Route calculation and map display 4. Start navigation The navigation example in the previous section has already illustrated this procedure using a destination address in Berlin. As is described in more detail in the Selecting a destination chapter, instead of entering the address in full, you can also select a POI in the example described previously this is Berlin s Humboldt University or choose a previously saved favourite or one of your previous destinations. 37

38 1. In all cases, you should first select the navigation function by tapping on the Navigation button on the program menu. 2. Select a destination via the destination selection menu. 3. Tap on Calculate if you do not know the exact destination address in full and just select a town/city or a street. If the full destination address is entered, the calculation process starts automatically. A bar shows you the progress of the calculation. 4. You are shown the destination address on the map view. If you would like to be shown a detailed description of your route, tap on the Route button. 5. Tap on the Navigation button to start the navigation process. 6. To cancel the navigation process, tap on the button at the bottom right-hand corner of the navigation screen. You will be taken to the navigation command menu. Select End Navigation to end the navigation process and return to the program menu. 38

39 3 Navigation to several destinations on a list of stop-off points Your Marco Polo Navigator also allows you to select several stop-off points and to arrange them in a list of stop-off points. You can use this function to plan a route on which you travel to several destinations one after the other. You determine the order of the destinations. The Marco Polo Navigator always navigates you in this order from the first to the last destination on the list of stop-off points. Once you have arrived at a stop-off point, all you need to do is confirm your arrival. To do this, tap on the map view screen on the Next destination button and then you will proceed to your next destination. 1. Within the navigation menu, tap on the Stop-off points list button at the bottom right-hand corner of your navigation screen. You can choose here if you wish to create a new list of stop-off points. However, you can also select a list you have already created to be navigated again to the points on the list or to make changes to the list. 2. To create a new list of stop-off points, tap on the New list button. You can now enter a name in the input box located at the top edge of the screen. If you choose a name which has already been used, an appropriate message will notify you of this. 3. Once you have entered a name for your new list of stop-off points, you should confirm the details you have entered by tapping on Apply. 39

40 4. To navigate to the stop-off points on an existing list, select the appropriate list. The name will be highlighted with a blue background. Tap on Calculate to recalculate the route, starting at the first stop-off point. 5. To change the name of an existing list, select the list in question. The name will be highlighted with a blue background. Tap on the stylus pen symbol. You will see the Name input box and the keypad on the screen. Change the name or enter a new name. Confirm the details you have entered by tapping on Apply. If you would like to exit the input mask without saving the details you have entered, tap on Cancel. 6. To view the stop-off points on an existing list in detail and to make any changes that may be needed, tap on the magnifying glass symbol. On the screen which follows, you can call up more detailed information about the stop-off points and edit the list if necessary. 40

41 You can use the arrows on the left-hand half of the buttons to scroll within the list. The curved arrows on the right-hand half of the buttons are there to allow you to move a stop-off point which is highlighted within the list. In addition, you will see on the screen a symbol bearing a + and a list symbol at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. The symbol bearing the + allows you to add new stops to the list of stop-off points. The list symbol allows you to highlight all of the entries on the list of stop-off points. 7. On the detailed view, you can also select the Options button. The Visited option allows you manually to mark a destination as having been visited if you do not wish to travel there or to remove the marking again if you decide that you would like to visit the place again. The Delete option allows you to delete individual stops. The Map option allows you to view the stop-off point on the map view screen and if necessary to manually change the stop-off point. If you have transferred the stop-off point beforehand from the City Guide in the form of a POI, you can use the POI details option to call up more details about the POI. The requirement for this to work is that you have previously installed the appropriate city on your navigation device. Please consult the manual for the Marco Polo Navi-Manager (optional) for more detailed information about how to install cities. 41

42 Please note: You can transfer individual POIs or complete tours from the City Guide to a list of stop-off points. For example, you can compile a tour of all the museums in Berlin in the City Guide. The Marco Polo Navigator will then guide you to each of the destinations you have selected one after the other. Please consult the manual for the Marco Polo City Guide for more detailed information about how to operate the Marco Polo City Guide. 4 Position tracking Even if you do not require any navigation from the Marco Polo Navigator, you can follow your journey on the map in position-tracking mode. This is where your current position is displayed on the map continuously as you travel along. You also have at your disposal a series of functions which you can make use of during navigation. 1. Tap on the program screen on Position Tracking. 2. The Marco Polo Navigator will switch to the map view screen. The display menu and the command menu provide you with the numerous functions available to you from navigation (Day / night switchover, 3D / 2D switchover, Sound on/off, Speed camera detector on/off, Radius search, Add to Favourites). 3. On the command menu, you can tap on the End Navigation button to end the position-tracking mode. Please note: As in position-tracking mode no route calculation takes place, no route-specific messages can be viewed and no navigation information is issued. If you receive TMC traffic reports (optional), you can display these by tapping on the TMC button. 42

43 5 Navigation screen Next manoeuvre Distance to next manoeuvre Next manoeuvre but one Name of the next street Status displays Distance bar to next manoeuvre TMC status Display menu GPS status Command menu Zoom out Zoom in Your current position is indicated on the map view screen by a 2-dimensional arrow (2D display) or a 3-dimensional arrow (3D display). The route calculated by the Marco Polo Navigator is shown on the map view screen with a blue background. This means that you can see where the route is heading before you arrive at junctions. Please note: To make sure that you are not distracted from the traffic on the road and to prevent you from causing an accident, you should stop your vehicle at a suitable point before you take a look at the map. 43

44 5.1 Display menu Activate speed camera detector As soon as you have switched on the speed camera detector in the navigation settings and activated it during navigation, an audible warning is emitted whenever you approach a speed camera. To activate the speed camera detector while you are navigating, tap on the display menu on Speed camera detector. The symbol displayed changes and, when the speed camera detector is activated, it is no longer crossed through. Important: In some countries, use of the speed camera detector is prohibited and any breach of this rule may be punished with a penalty and/or fine. Please therefore check in advance whether you are permitted to use the speed camera detector in the country you are in MP3 Player (optional) The MP3 Player, which may optionally be integrated in your Marco Polo Navigator, enables you to download audio files music, audio books or similar to an SD memory card, and to listen to them during navigation. You may of course also use the MP3 Player (optional) if you are not currently using the Marco Polo Navigator for navigation. 1. You can launch the MP3 Player by tapping on the MP3 Player button. 2. You will see the control screen for the MP3 Player (optional). From here you can select songs, create playlists, alter the volume and manage various playback functions. 44

45 3. Tap on the folder symbol to get to the song selection screen. 4. Tap on a song title to include an individual song in the playlist. Tap on the song title again to remove it from the playlist. Tap on the middle symbol of the three selection symbols, and all of the songs in the chosen folder will be included in the playlist. Tap on the right-hand symbol of the three selection symbols, and all of the songs for the chosen folder will be removed from the playlist. Tap on the left-hand symbol of the three symbols, and you can include an entire folder for playback. 5. Confirm the selection you have made with the tick at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. 6. Start playback by tapping on the playback symbol. At the same point you will now see the pause symbol. Tap on this to interrupt playback for a moment. To stop playback entirely, tap on the stop symbol located next to it. 7. If you would like to skip forward or back one song within the playlist, tap on the skip buttons to the right or left. 8. During playback, you can tap on the symbol, which changes depending on your selection, at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen to select various playback options. As well as normal playback - normal, you can select from the following functions: repeat a song - repeat, repeat an entire playback list - repeat all and random playback - shuffle. 9. The volume can be altered using the speaker buttons at the right-hand and left-hand edge of the screen. 10. To exit the control screen for the MP3 Player (optional), tap on the symbol at the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. 45

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