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Thread: FPA, FDA, FTR, HNR, .... Explanations

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    FPA, FDA, FTR, HNR, .... Explanations

    Hello,
    Would someone write a Tut about the files usage of:
    *.FPA
    *.FDA
    *.SPC
    *.FTR
    *.HNR
    ......
    ......
    Purpose of these files, what is the software release supporting these files, Folder name to put these files...........
    Many thanks in advance
    Jean

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    Re: FPA, FDA, FTR, HNR, .... Explanations

    .FPA : File proximity alerts
    .ftr - truck information
    Pre-processed road network (.hnr)
    FDA: File Driver Alerts

    ....

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    Re: FPA, FDA, FTR, HNR, .... Explanations

    Yes, but Purpose of these files ? I know that hnr files shorten time for softtware to calculate a route ! What about the other files ?

    Thx

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    Re: FPA, FDA, FTR, HNR, .... Explanations

    FDA= used in conjunction with Navteq maps (must be of the same release date) gives warnings like Railroad Crossing, Pedestrian Crossing, Slippery Road, etc--flashing the corresponding icon on the map screen--assuming such warnings are enabled.
    FTR = Bridge Heights and other information that is useful to a trucker.
    All such files go into the same folder(s) as the maps they are intended to be used with.

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    Re: FPA, FDA, FTR, HNR, .... Explanations

    very good !

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    Re: FPA, FDA, FTR, HNR, .... Explanations

    Hello,
    Thanks for these explanations, but what is the minimum IGO8 release level, supporting each feature (FTR, FPA, HNR, ....).
    Thanks

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    Re: FPA, FDA, FTR, HNR, .... Explanations

    Quote Originally Posted by jeanm1242 View Post
    Hello,
    Thanks for these explanations, but what is the minimum IGO8 release level, supporting each feature (FTR, FPA, HNR, ....).
    Thanks
    somebody forgot to explain the folder placement
    Which folder?

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    Re: FPA, FDA, FTR, HNR, .... Explanations

    Like Yurbuh Tuggly said a couple posts above, all such files go in the contents/map folder which matches the NavTeq maps. Which might be /map or /map_nt, whatever you are using.

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    Re: FPA, FDA, FTR, HNR, .... Explanations

    Thanks - very useful ...

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    Re: FPA, FDA, FTR, HNR, .... Explanations

    Synthesis:

    - Maps fbl the directory *\content\map\
    - Proximity Alerts, Pointing address, Adress points fpa *\content\map\
    - Warnings, Driver alerts fda *\content\map\
    - Speed profiles fsp *\content\map\
    - Truck restrictions, Information for Trucks ftr *\content\map\
    - Programmed Road hnr *\content\map\
    - Points of Interest poi *\content\poi\
    - 3D Buildings 3dc *\content\building\
    - 3D Landmarks 3dl *\content\building\
    - Digital Elevation Model, represents the terrain surface dem *\content\dem\
    - Hstorical speed (Navteq maps only) hsp *\content\histspeed\
    - Radars txt *\content\speedcam\
    - Regional Voice Corrections, Reporting street names ph(r) *\content\phoneme\
    - Custom Points of Interest kml *\content\userdata\poi\
    Last edited by mytheuzen; 6th January 2013 at 19:20. Reason: add "fsp", "kml"

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