Category: "the navigation"

iGuidance v4 Embedded into RoadRunner

Published by Andrew Hreschak in the software, the navigation
Published on 11/24/07 @ 10:23:00 am using 943 words, and has 18512 views
It was long past due getting rid of Microsoft Streets and Trips and replacing it with iGuidance on the car computer. Don’t get me wrong, S&T is a more-than-decent GPS mapping application, but it falls short in two very important areas when it… more »

Testing Microsoft Streets and Trips 2005

Published by Andrew Hreschak in research and planning, the navigation
Published on 04/07/05 @ 07:35:00 pm using 412 words, and has 2840 views
I had a chance to try out Microsoft Streets and Trips 2005, which my mom got for me off a deal I found. (Thanks mom!) I tested it this past weekend when I drove up to North Jersey. Since I'm still in the development stage on this thing, I hooked up the… more »

The GPS Side of Things

Published by Andrew Hreschak in research and planning, the navigation
Published on 04/07/05 @ 06:59:00 pm using 266 words, and has 3785 views
I've already bought the Rikaline GPS unit (model 6010) and it seems to be functioning properly. The initial satellite lock took approx 20 minutes the first time I ran it out of the box, which was somewhat disconcerting, but in subsequent tests while… more »