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Pioneer Navigation Centre coming to VW, Skoda and Seat



pocketgpsworld.comPioneer have developed an integrated navigation and multimedia system that will be offered as an option on a range of VW, Seat and Skoda vehicles from July.

The snappily named Navgate AVIC-F9110BT has a 5.8-inch WVGA touch screen display with 2Gb of flash memory. Mapping is courtesy of TeleAtlas and comes with 3D landmarks, Text-To_Speech Voice Guidance and 1.7 million POIs.

TMC is built-in for traffic bulletins and the the press release also mentions 'Clever features also assure accurate guidance in areas where GPS coverage is compromised' which we can safely surmise means a connection to speed sensors and possibly a gyro as is common on factory-fit systems.

The F9110BT offers integrated multi-media with the ability to play media files from SD card, USB, DVD and CD and full support for MPEG4, DivX, MP3, WAV and AAC formats.

The device also offers iPod and iPhone support and even integrates a Parrot Bluetooth hands-free wireless module. Other features are the ability to add POIs using Google Maps via the SD/USB connections, extract driving style and performance reports although it is not known whether the device offers speed camera support.

It's certainly a well specified device and ticks almost all the boxes.

 

Navgate AVIC-F9110BT

 

www.pioneer.co.uk

 

Comments
Posted by crazydave750 on Sat Dec 11, 2010 6:56 pm Reply with quote

Help I have an Avic fitted to my Smart but don't know what Database I need to download?? Rolling Eyes


 
Posted by Darren on Sat Dec 11, 2010 8:16 pm Reply with quote

crazydave750 Wrote:
Help I have an Avic fitted to my Smart but don't know what Database I need to download?? Rolling Eyes

We don't support Avic. They use a custom filetype which we cannot, as yet, reproduce.


Darren Griffin - Editor

 
Posted by Aimeethyst on Fri Dec 24, 2010 2:07 pm Reply with quote

In fact the camera database does work with the F-series Cool

These units run iGo software, I have the .txt version of the speed cam database imported into my AVIC-F9110BT already Smile

Just put the .txt file on an SD card as \poi\speedcam\speedcam.txt and it should be imported when the card is inserted.


 
Posted by M8TJT on Fri Dec 24, 2010 2:37 pm Reply with quote

Aimeethyst Wrote:
Just put the .txt file on an SD card as \poi\speedcam\speedcam.txt and it should be imported when the card is inserted.
iGO usually compiles the speedcam data from the .txt file on the next restart after the .txt file has been put in place.


 
Posted by Aimeethyst on Sat Dec 25, 2010 3:12 am Reply with quote

Yep, thanks for the clarification Smile


 
Posted by electech320ci on Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:51 pm Reply with quote

Aimeethyst Wrote:
In fact the camera database does work with the F-series Cool

These units run iGo software, I have the .txt version of the speed cam database imported into my AVIC-F9110BT already Smile

Just put the .txt file on an SD card as \poi\speedcam\speedcam.txt and it should be imported when the card is inserted.


Hi, I have the Pioneer AVIC F20BT, do you think it will work on this model before I subcsribe to the camera database again, also does it give an audable warning


 
Posted by nick521 on Tue Mar 18, 2014 5:35 pm Reply with quote

Hi,
I want to put the camera database onto my Pioneer AVIC-F920BT but slightly confused about which text file to save to a SD card
I downloaded the IGO files but have these two text files but not sure what they are 'Sad'
Pocketgps_uk_sc
Pocketgps_uk_pmobile
also which one needs to go on the sd card as \poi\speedcam\speedcam.txt


 
Posted by M8TJT on Tue Mar 18, 2014 6:20 pm Reply with quote

welcome to the PGPSW forums Nick.
The pmobile file contains the locations of mobile sites that have been reported but have not yet gone through the verification process. The other file is the main cam database which contains all the fixed, redlight etc. and verified mobile sites.
You should load at least the Pocketgps_uk_sc file and decide whether to load the pmobile file or not. (put both files on the SD card)
Cons for loading. Quite a lot more alerts for mobile sites.
Pros for loading. You won't get caught by an unverified mobile.
It's up to you, but FWIW, I have the pmobiles loaded.


 
Posted by nick521 on Tue Mar 18, 2014 6:49 pm Reply with quote

M8TJT. Thanks for the welcome & the info on the file differences.
I think that I should load both files as I agree that it would not be good to get caught out at a new site.
Can you tell me what file names I should use for the sd card?


 
Posted by M8TJT on Tue Mar 18, 2014 8:15 pm Reply with quote

Don't know. It possibly doesn't matter. But the folder path will matter I suspect. I haven't got your car/device and am only speaking from knowledge of the PGPSW database and iGO


 
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