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    I have a problem in that SCDB for unknown reasons classify a lot of speed cameras in Switzerland as mobile cameras, even though they have been in place for over 10 years. So the SCDB speedcams for Switzerland is somewhat limited, and getting "mobile" cameras is almost a must.
    However, SCDB also don't provide the mobile cameras for the iGO system. I can certainly get them from Garmin or TomTom and convert the file. But those files do not have speed limits. So this is a bit of a frustrating situation.

    Do anyone have any other solutions for this?

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    It is clear that you want to take it and use it, but it is better to do it once and then maintain it. Add mobile cameras to the OSC database. The site is ready to accept, store and give the export at any time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sillbit View Post
    ...speed cameras in Switzerland as mobile cameras
    Do anyone have any other solutions for this?
    ->[Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (gpx) from PoiBase can be opened with the RouteConverter and saved as waypoints.csv.
    Imported into eg. Excel, filtered out and redesigned accordingly, a reasonably useful SpeedcamText.txt can be tinkered with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrey Form View Post
    @sillbit
    It is clear that you want to take it and use it, but it is better to do it once and then maintain it. Add mobile cameras to the OSC database. The site is ready to accept, store and give the export at any time.
    The problem with that is that while Switzerland is not a huge country, it is still impractical for me to try and drive around all over and try to collect this data. And even more, a bit depressing since it obviously do exist in some form already at SCDB. They just are not providing it in a sensible way.
    And answer is not that I should try and find and enter it all myself...
    But thanks for the suggestion.

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    I don't understand the discussion?
    Switzerland prohibits Radar warning and -POI in the event of very high penalties. So if you still want to behave illegally, you should do it - but not encourage others to help you ...
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    This does not mean that you cannot collect this information, the use and storage in the navigator or other means of notification is prohibited by law.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rondoan View Post
    I don't understand the discussion?
    Switzerland prohibits Radar warning and -POI in the event of very high penalties. So if you still want to behave illegally, you should do it - but not encourage others to help you ...
    You are of course right that it illegal to use this in your car while driving. And possibly in other ways as well. I wouldn't know.
    But asking others for help with this problem is not illegal. Figuring out how to get some information that SCDB are not making available in a certain form have nothing to do with Swiss law about camera information while driving.

    I just found a strange problem with my navigation system. I wouldn't be surprised if noone have an answer, but I might as well at least send the question out, and maybe I'll get lucky.

    I have a nav system which is OEM. It works just fine, and I have all the data on an SD card that I can play around with. I can certainly change things as much as I want. However, this have got me stumped right now. Speedcam warnings works fine. Overspeed warnings work fine. However, if I get a speedcam warning which also triggers an overspeed warning, that is the last audio warning I will get. After that, I still get the information on the display, but nothing audio. Driving directions by audio still works.

    Have anyone seen anything like this and/or have any idea what to do. Happy to explain things more, test things, or provide additional data if needed.

    I did quite some testing today to confirm this. It's really only when I get overspeed warning and speedcam warning that audio warnings then stop working. Altered the speed limits on the cameras to a very high limit for the time beeing as I prefer to at least get a warning even if I then don't get the correct speed limit.

    Road sections without cameras have their speed limits per the normal database. But even simple overspeed warnings without cameras stop working once I have triggered this "bug".

    And to reply to myself. I think I have figured out the problem. It appears this only happens (for me) when using Swedish TTS. If I use another language all works fine. I suspect it's the actual translation strings that have something broken with the "Reduce speed" message that is supposed to come in the scenario I described above. I also noticed a few other broken translations that contain weird characters, so I suspect it's more of the same.

    So, not much to see here. This has nothing to do with the speedcams as such, and I don't even know how common the language packs are. But I'll try to work out the format of the Swedish language translation files next, and see if I can't fix that. And then all should be good.

    First a quick update. It was indeed missing translations for the voices that caused the audio warning messages to stop working. All sorted now, and everything working the way it should.

    However, I noticed a different problem that I wanted to ask about here. In the SCDB database, the types for cameras are 1 - speedcam, 2 - red light, 3 - red light with speed. However, I noticed that some other documentation says 1 - speedcam, 3 - red light, 11 - red light with speed. And I observe that my nav system is using this second variant of encoding. There are obviously other values than the ones I list here, but it gives you an idea.

    But what is the story here? Is there in fact two almost identical formats for the speedcam.txt file, but which are sortof incompatible, but no hints about which it is? Is there some kind of proper official definition of the file format and the values anywhere? Are there some way of getting the file in the right format for my type? Are there some different names at least for the two variants?
    Right now, I just run through the file and replace values with the ones I need for my system, but obviously it would be nicer if I got it right from the start.

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    For iGO Primo codes

    1 - (32 Speed Camera),
    5 - (33 Mobile Speed Camera),
    2 - (34 Built-in Camera),
    4 - (35 Average Speed Camera),
    3 - (36 Red Light),

    6 - (38 Railway crossing),
    7 - (39 Bus Lane Camera),
    8 - (40 High Accident Zone),
    9 - (41 School Zone),
    10 - (42 Town Entry Point),
    11 - (43 Red Light and Speed Camera),
    12 - (44 Toll Booth),

    13 - (45 Hospital),
    14 - (46 FireStation),

    15 - (47 Congestion Charge Zone),
    31 - (63 Dangerous Area)
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    Default Speedcam file

    Can anyone post the file:-

    "Skin 32 w speedcam- Full VB" for the United Kingdom please?

 

 

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