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Subscribers: The PocketGPSWorld.com CamerAlert Speed Camera Database Has Just Been Updated!

Speed Cameras


Version 15.034 - 22 Mar 2017

This release sees 28 static and mobile speed cameras added/removed/modified across the various speed camera databases. Please keep submitting all sightings of mobile speed cameras so we can keep our database up to date with active sites. Apparently-inactive sites are regularly removed from the database (note that these do not get included in the total above).

Please click here for the full breakdown of country, speed camera type and number. All members submitting qualifying reports of static/mobile speed cameras will be credited with their subscription awards by 17:00 23 Mar 17.

Dont forget our RSS feed which is updated every time we release the speed camera database. Simply right click on the RSS image and select copy shortcut, then post the link into your favourite RSS reader.

You can submit new speed camera locations or submit changes to current cameras by following this link to the submission page and you can download the database via this link.

A beginner's guide to the speed camera database can be found here, and some installation instructions for most units can be found here.

Please watch for further announcements on the homepage or sign up to our weekly newsletter alerts which carry full details of future speed camera database releases. The newsletter signup box is located on the top left of all site pages. Your privacy is important to us, we do not sell on your email details.
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Posted by MaFt on Wednesday, March 22 @ 10:30:31 EDT

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News: New Speed Cameras For Surrey

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Average speed cameras are set to replace the fixed cameras on the A3 Esher Bypass in Surrey.

The point-to-point digital cameras will supersede the old wet film ones on the 50mph northbound carriageway.

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Posted by rob brady on Saturday, March 18 @ 08:47:02 EDT

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News: SpaceX wins second GPS launch contract

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Space X has won it's second contract to launch the next generation of GPS satellites beating United Launch Alliance (ULA) to secure the $96m deal.

It's the first time Space X has beaten ULA. As we reported back in August 2016, ULA did not compete for the first contract as its Atlas 5 launcher was not expected to be ready in time. ULA has been the launch partner for 12 of the current GPS satellites so the loss of this contract will be a big blow to the company, a joint venture of Lockheed Martin Space Systems and Boeing Defense, Space & Security.

The launch is expected to take place early 2019 and it is likely that they will use their Falcon launch vehicle which has a first stage that can land back on earth for re-use.

Source: spacex.com

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Posted by Darren Griffin on Friday, March 17 @ 06:50:35 EDT

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News: Alfa Romeo's new SUV will come with TomTom navigation

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At Connected Car Detroit, Alfa Romeo announced that their first ever sports utility vehicle, the Alfa Romeo STELVIO, will be equipped with TomTom navigation, software and maps, globally.

UK STELVIOs will be available in three trim levels and all will come equipped with an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system as standard. This includes TomTom’s NavKit Engine, including turn-by-turn navigation, automatic zooming, advanced lane guidance and slope data.

"The launch of the STELVIO SUV is a major milestone in the history of the Alfa Romeo brand, and we’re delighted to be the navigation provider,” said Antoine Saucier, Managing Director of Automotive at TomTom."

Source: tomtom.com

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Posted by Darren Griffin on Friday, March 17 @ 06:34:48 EDT

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Subscribers: This Week's Subscriber Awards

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Every time we release the PocketGPSWorld.com Speed Camera Database we award those subscribers whose reports met our qualifying criteria a FREE 1 year membership to the site. We will publish the user-names of those who achieved the award following each release.

Of the 16 unique submitters who were first to make qualifying reports for this weeks database release (15.033) congratulations are due for the following 7 members who have just been awarded a FREE 1 year subscription:

Bunty1948, CA_0209225915, iced, kram08, markandrews1, simonses1, tw99


Four users missed out by not having a qualifying subscription. The remaining 5 were Lifetime Members. Our continued thanks to: alositha, DennisN, dyf, Gardela, nickjd, .

Our thanks to those who support the database and continue to report sites and locations, this is the reward, and for those who prefer to steal and abuse the service, read this thread. We WILL detect you.
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Posted by MaFt on Thursday, March 16 @ 09:04:19 EDT

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Subscribers: The PocketGPSWorld.com CamerAlert Speed Camera Database Has Just Been Updated!

Speed Cameras


Version 15.033 - 15 Mar 2017

This release sees 19 static and mobile speed cameras added/removed/modified across the various speed camera databases. Please keep submitting all sightings of mobile speed cameras so we can keep our database up to date with active sites. Apparently-inactive sites are regularly removed from the database (note that these do not get included in the total above).

Please click here for the full breakdown of country, speed camera type and number. All members submitting qualifying reports of static/mobile speed cameras will be credited with their subscription awards by 17:00 16 Mar 17.

Dont forget our RSS feed which is updated every time we release the speed camera database. Simply right click on the RSS image and select copy shortcut, then post the link into your favourite RSS reader.

You can submit new speed camera locations or submit changes to current cameras by following this link to the submission page and you can download the database via this link.

A beginner's guide to the speed camera database can be found here, and some installation instructions for most units can be found here.

Please watch for further announcements on the homepage or sign up to our weekly newsletter alerts which carry full details of future speed camera database releases. The newsletter signup box is located on the top left of all site pages. Your privacy is important to us, we do not sell on your email details.
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Posted by MaFt on Wednesday, March 15 @ 19:08:59 EDT

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News: Driver Accused Of Speeding 10 Times In 6 Weeks

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A driver from Lowestoft, Suffolk has been accused of ten speeding offences in the space of just six weeks.

The majority of the alleged offences were caught by average speed cameras on the A14 at the Orwell Bridge, just south of Ipswich - the point-to-point cameras were first activated in July.

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Posted by rob brady on Tuesday, March 14 @ 08:50:33 EDT

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News: Leicestershire Consider More Cameras

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Leicestershire County Council are considering seven new locations for average speed cameras at a cost of £500,000.

The proposed sitings are the villages of...
Sharnford
Woodhouse Eaves
Measham
Walcote

and the...
B676 Melton
A6 Harborough Road at Oadby
A50 Field Head to its boundary with the city of Leicester

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Posted by rob brady on Friday, March 10 @ 07:09:55 EST

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News: BMW focusses on ConnectedDrive and CarPlay, NO Android Auto

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Following on from a newsletter editorial about CarPlay and Android Auto support a few weeks back, BMW have revealed that they will not be offering Android Auto in future models.

At Mobile World Congress Barcelona last month they were demonstrating their self-driving car development and disclosed that whilst they will be offering Apple CarPlay on new models they have chosen not to support Android Auto, citing control over the customer interface and brand experience as deciding factors.

They further explained that even Apple CarPlay will not be the core focus, instead they are developing their own solution, Apps for Auto, which will be part of their existing ConnectedDrive service.

It's a move that is sure to frustrate owners, the beauty of offering CarPlay AND Android Auto support is you leave the choice of phone platform to the user. Dictating choice in this way is sure to anger owners and may even lose them sales when the next purchase is due. Developing your own competing service in-house goes against the entire point of these services, they will always be playing catch up with the features available via smartphone apps.

Source: press.bmwgroup.com


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Posted by Darren Griffin on Friday, March 10 @ 04:28:39 EST

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News: Volvo Chooses TomTom HD Mapping for Self-Driving Cars

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TomTom have announced that Volvo will be using their mapping for their autonomous car system "Drive Me". The Drive Me system will be tested on public roads in Sweden throughout 2017 and make use of the HD mapping data provided by TomTom.

Volvo’s research project into autonomous driving will involve real drivers integrating autonomous driving into their daily lives on public roads. The first group of drivers will be recruited in Gothenburg, Sweden, with further pilot schemes organised in London and China.

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Posted by MaFt on Thursday, March 09 @ 14:50:31 EST

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Subscribers: This Week's Subscriber Awards

Free Subscriptions!
Every time we release the PocketGPSWorld.com Speed Camera Database we award those subscribers whose reports met our qualifying criteria a FREE 1 year membership to the site. We will publish the user-names of those who achieved the award following each release.

Of the 17 unique submitters who were first to make qualifying reports for this weeks database release (15.032) congratulations are due for the following 6 members who have just been awarded a FREE 1 year subscription:

CAA_0119210500, CAA_0905001810, Magman, Sibyl, StevieRay, UKSNAPPER


Four users missed out by not having a qualifying subscription. The remaining 7 were Lifetime Members. Our continued thanks to: bw2020, CAA_0826173751, delbell, DennisN, MaFt, mhvideos, poo1000.

Our thanks to those who support the database and continue to report sites and locations, this is the reward, and for those who prefer to steal and abuse the service, read this thread. We WILL detect you.
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Posted by MaFt on Thursday, March 09 @ 05:57:29 EST

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Subscribers: The PocketGPSWorld.com CamerAlert Speed Camera Database Has Just Been Updated!

Speed Cameras


Version 15.032 - 08 Mar 2017

This release sees 31 static and mobile speed cameras added/removed/modified across the various speed camera databases. Please keep submitting all sightings of mobile speed cameras so we can keep our database up to date with active sites. Apparently-inactive sites are regularly removed from the database (note that these do not get included in the total above).

Please click here for the full breakdown of country, speed camera type and number. All members submitting qualifying reports of static/mobile speed cameras will be credited with their subscription awards by 17:00 09 Mar 17.

Dont forget our RSS feed which is updated every time we release the speed camera database. Simply right click on the RSS image and select copy shortcut, then post the link into your favourite RSS reader.

You can submit new speed camera locations or submit changes to current cameras by following this link to the submission page and you can download the database via this link.

A beginner's guide to the speed camera database can be found here, and some installation instructions for most units can be found here.

Please watch for further announcements on the homepage or sign up to our weekly newsletter alerts which carry full details of future speed camera database releases. The newsletter signup box is located on the top left of all site pages. Your privacy is important to us, we do not sell on your email details.
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Posted by MaFt on Wednesday, March 08 @ 16:07:25 EST

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News: New Average Speed Cameras for West Midlands

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July 18th will see the introduction of new average speed cameras in the West Midlands.

The point-to-point speed cameras will be activated in Birmingham and Solihull and detect speeding vehicles through Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR).

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Posted by rob brady on Tuesday, March 07 @ 07:16:56 EST

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News: Bridge Speeders Halve In One Month

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The number of speeding drivers on the Orwell Bridge have been halved in one month. Just 297 drivers were caught by average speed cameras in January – down from 629 in December.

The bridge carries traffic over the River Orwell just south of Ipswich in Suffolk.

When the cameras were first activated in July, 1,699 motorists were ticketed - they are clearly having the desired effect.

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Posted by rob brady on Friday, March 03 @ 08:47:13 EST

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News: New Mobile Phone Penalties Affect SatNav Use Too

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Penalties for drivers caught using a mobile phone increased on March 1st with a fine of £200 and six penalty points.

But many are confused about when and where they can use their phone legally and few realise that these penalties also affect using your smartphone as a satnav too.

It is illegal to use a handheld mobile phone whilst you are driving. This also applies to internet connected devices such as tablets and media players. The 'whilst driving' part means anytime you are not parked so using whilst stuck in traffic, at a red light etc is also prohibited.

If you are using your phone in satnav mode then you should have it in a fixed holder and may not interact with it at all. So no tapping menus, switching modes etc. Dedicated satnav devices are not included in this legislation but if you're distracted whilst using one then existing careless or dangerous driving legislation can be used.

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Posted by Darren Griffin on Friday, March 03 @ 03:37:18 EST

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