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    Default SCDB.info for BALTIC region [2012 DEC 16]

    Quote Originally Posted by Giomen View Post
    ..... for Nordics & Baltic region ....Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania
    Brrrrrrrrrrrr....

    Baltic region 2799 POIs

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    SCDB POIs PROX mt PREV. NEW
    Camera 400mt 5
    Camera@30 300mt
    Camera@40 300mt
    Camera@50 300mt
    Camera@60 300mt
    Camera@70 400mt
    Camera@80 400mt 5
    Camera@100 400mt
    Camera@120 400mt
    Redlight 250mt 9
    Redlight@30 200mt 2
    Redlight@40 200mt 3
    Redlight@50 200mt 7
    Redlight@60 200mt 6
    Redlight@70 250mt 7
    Redlight@80 250mt
    Redlight@90 250mt
    Speed 400mt 315
    Speed@10 300mt
    Speed@20 300mt
    Speed@30 300mt 2
    Speed@40 300mt 17
    Speed@50 300mt 290
    Speed@60 300mt 277
    Speed@70 400mt 562
    Speed@80 400mt 712
    Speed@90 400mt 447
    Speed@100 400mt 118
    Speed@110 400mt 11
    Speed@120 400mt
    Speed@130 400mt
    Tunnel 200mt 4
    TOTAL 2799
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    Quote Originally Posted by roger1109 View Post
    Baltic region 2799 POIs
    Santa Claus will very grateful to you
    Love your wife? Buy yourself a GPS for answering to her favorite question: "Dear, where are you?".

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    Quote Originally Posted by John587 View Post
    There are no mobile speed camera files that I can find in this database.
    I even looked on the SCDB website and found no mention of mobile sites. .......
    Ummm ... maybe the answer is in the semantics of what is being claimed by SCDB in regard to 'mobile', of which there's a couple of references in the update posts. The info is probably translated from DE to EN and other languages, which of course often results in minor clitches in that there can be subtle changes of meaning. Schermann is just quoting their claims (bold is my emphasis):
    Powered by the weekly-updated database, your sat-nav knows the locations of:

    * Fixed cameras
    * Average speed cameras
    * Variable cameras
    * Temporary cameras / roadwork sites
    * Red light speed cameras Mobile cameras
    The above in bold probably refers to cameras which are moved around between static camera boxes so that some boxes are 'live' and some are 'dummy', maybe? As opposed to 'Fixed cameras' which are always live.

    Further down there's also this:
    * Directional camera alerts
    * Camera-specific alerts such as average speed and mobile zones
    * Alerts relevant to journey
    * Overspeed alerts
    * Alerts tailored to road layout and navigation experience
    The last part of the second line in that statement i think clearly refers to the known zones where speed guns, mobile camera vans and portable marconi sets (if cops anywhere still use the latter) are used regularly.

    Quote Originally Posted by Giomen View Post
    Santa Claus will very grateful to you
    At least when he says 'Ho Ho Ho' he's not referring to the 3 objects of your desire residing in your apartment building. Hope you have a Merry Christmas with one or more of them, G!
    Last edited by Neil; 18th December 2012 at 22:47. Reason: Correct a typo.. i do them quiet regrulaly. Also to needle Giomen.
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    I just got caught in Belgium by mobile camera somehow I have to rely on speed limit.

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    Going to be away till mid Jan to a place that has no computers (YES!).

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    So there won't be an update at least from me till then.

    Last edited by Schermann; 29th December 2012 at 19:08.
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    Is that you in the frogman get-up Schermann? Being closely followed by a Scharkk.. er, i mean a Shark? I hope not, we can do without one of our bi-weekly fixes of SCDB, but not permanently. Happy Holidays, Buddy. Stay in the shallows just in case.

    PS: I know it's really another diver, sharks don't do bubbles from that end. But it does look a bit like one, if you close one eye and squint bit.
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    2jb8rqr 1z6fqjq Garmin SCDB.info World | v04.01.2013 | Bi-weekly update


    ... NOT including Cyclops™ Dangerous Zones — France


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    Speed Camera Plug-in for Garmin


    Stay aware of safety cameras and travel safely, legally and speed-consciously. Every Garmin GPS can have the full SCDB safety camera database loaded inside to bring speed alerts - and only those specific to the road you are travelling and direction of travel. Keeping safe and accident-free will help you maintain lower insurance premiums and avoid penalty points and fines too.
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    Powered by the weekly-updated database, your sat-nav knows the locations of:

    * Fixed cameras
    * Average speed cameras
    * Variable cameras
    * roadwork sites
    * Red light speed cameras Mobile cameras

    Expert Sources

    Safety camera alerts are driven by content from a range of expert sources, not just user feedback. Before they are included in the database, each location is physically inspected to confirm camera type, direction, average speed and distance covered.

    Content sources include

    * Official agency data
    * Professional survey
    * GPS digital camera, Wi-Fi and expert field survey-gathered data
    * Verified user feedback

    Latest Data

    The SCDB database is continually reviewed to keep track of ever-changing camera locations. A dedicated team checks for new, removed and amended camera sites and refreshes this content every day. Once verified, this information is live within 48 hours.

    Accurate and Reliable Alerts

    Garmin sat-navs use smart GPS software to compare your route against a preloaded log of camera locations. Each camera and zone is individually verified and mapped using a patented 'corridor' technique of camera validation – confirming the speed setting and direction of camera to bring only relevant alerts to your journey, when you need them and avoid irritating false alarms:

    * Directional camera alerts
    * Camera-specific alerts such as average speed and mobile zones
    * Alerts relevant to journey
    * Overspeed alerts
    * Alerts tailored to road layout and navigation experience


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    ... NOT including Cyclops™ Dangerous Zones — France



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    Last edited by Schermann; 12th January 2013 at 02:56.
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    I'm allowed to list in detail each POI [many Thanks to Schermann ]

    N red the new value

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    R. 24 Sep 2012 TOTAL: 52837 POIs
    R. 16 Oct 2012 TOTAL: 52002 POIs
    R. 28 Oct 2012 TOTAL: 53654 POIs
    R. 03 Nov 2012 TOTAL: 53757 POIs
    R. 23 Nov 2012 TOTAL: 53761 POIs
    R. 04 Dec 2012 TOTAL: 53778 POIs
    R. 16 Dec 2012 TOTAL: 53738 POIs
    R. 04 Jan 2013 TOTAL: 53752 POIs
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    SCDB POIs PREV. NEW
    Camera 913 920
    Camera@30 28
    Camera@40 31
    Camera@50 104
    Camera@60 33
    Camera@70 31
    Camera@80 36
    Camera@100 28
    Camera@120 6
    Redlight 11000
    Redlight@30 190
    Redlight@40 486
    Redlight@50 2159
    Redlight@60 1846
    Redlight@70 779 781
    Redlight@80 248 249
    Redlight@90 299
    Speed 2688 2685
    Speed@10 5
    Speed@20 101
    Speed@30 3425 3423
    Speed@40 3102
    Speed@50 9915 9917
    Speed@60 5123
    Speed@70 3110 3108
    Speed@80 2964 2963
    Speed@90 2560 2564
    Speed@100 1048
    Speed@110 548 549
    Speed@120 474
    Speed@130 232 235
    Tunnel 226 228
    TOTAL 53738 53752
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    PS: too little difference in POI from the last release (+14POs)
    The filtering regions will be in the next release. Forgive me, if you can

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    Season's greetings...




    15632554 2013 buon anno pupazzo di neve illustrazione del testo%5B1%5D


    Last edited by Schermann; 12th January 2013 at 19:25.
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    there is one room in French ?
    a question :
    camera = fixed radar ?
    speed = mobile radar ?

 

 
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