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James M Herbst, Suzanne M McGrath, Jason M Borak: Method of operating a navigation system using images. Navteq North America, Jon D Shutter, Frank J Kozak, Lisa M Schoedel, December 2, 2008: US07460953 (94 worldwide citation)

A method of operating a navigation system comprises providing an image of a geographic area through which a portion of a route between an origin and destination passes. The image is an approximate 360-degree image. The method provides a guidance information overlay on the image. The guidance informa ...


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Mark A Barton: Method and system for obtaining traffic sign data using navigation systems. Navteq North America, Jon D Shutter, Frank J Kozak, Lisa M Schoedel, October 7, 2008: US07433889 (66 worldwide citation)

A method for collecting data for a geographic database is disclosed. Speed and position data are collected using a plurality of mobile computing platforms moving in a geographic region. The speed and position data are analyzed to identify a location of a traffic sign corresponding to a change in the ...


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Judson Green: Map display for a navigation system. Navteq North America, Lisa M Schoedel, Frank J Kozak, Jon D Shutter, May 20, 2008: US07376510 (47 worldwide citation)

A system and method are disclosed for displaying map information on a portable computing device. When approaching a location at which maneuvering guidance is to be provided by the portable computing device, the portable computing device presents alternating images on a display screen. The alternatin ...


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Matthew A Guido, Christopher Dougherty, Roy Casino: Geographic database organization that facilitates location-based advertising. Navteq North America, Jon D Shutter, Frank J Kozak, Lisa M Schoedel, October 12, 2010: US07814106 (35 worldwide citation)

A method of facilitating delivery of advertising to users of mobile computing platforms is disclosed. A geographic database contains data entities that represent geographic features, such as roads, located in a geographic region. Advertising zones are defined within the geographic region. Associated ...


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Robert M Soulchin, Chris Braddock, Jonathan K Agree: Method of displaying traffic flow conditions using a 3D system. Navteq North America, Lisa M Schoedel, Frank J Kozak, Jon D Shutter, December 15, 2009: US07634352 (29 worldwide citation)

A computer-implemented method of displaying traffic conditions on a road system includes creating a 3D graphical map of the road system that includes one or more segments. The status of at least one of the segments on the 3D graphical map is determined. The status of the segment corresponds to traff ...


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James M Herbst, Suzanne M McGrath, Jason M Borak: Method of operating a navigation system using images. Navteq North America, Jon D Shutter, Frank J Kozak, Lisa M Schoedel, October 19, 2010: US07818124 (24 worldwide citation)

A method of operating a navigation system determines a route between an origin and a destination and provides a photographic image showing a geographic area through which the route passes. The photographic image is obtained from a geographic database, and the photographic image shows the geographic ...


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Karen A Hopkins, Suzanne M McGrath, Ellen M Bauer, James R Bennett, Jason M Borak, Steven P Devries, James M Herbst: Method of collecting information for a geographic database for use with a navigation system. NAVTEQ North America, Jon D Shutter, Frank J Kozak, Lisa M Schoedel, September 2, 2008: US07421341 (24 worldwide citation)

A method for collecting geographic data for use with a navigation system is disclosed. A route between a first location and a second location is identified. Data providing directions for traveling from said first location to said second location is collected. The data providing directions is stored ...


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Mark Barton: Method and system for obtaining recurring delay data using navigation systems. Navteq North America, Jon D Shutter, Frank J Kozak, Lisa M Schoedel, March 3, 2009: US07499949 (23 worldwide citation)

A method for collecting data for a geographic database is disclosed. Speed and position data are collected using a plurality of mobile computing platforms moving in a geographic region. The speed and position data are analyzed to identify a location of a recurring delay point corresponding to a chan ...


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Thomas Huber, William Gale: Multi-dimensional spatial index for a geographic database. Navteq North America, Jon D Shutter, Frank J Kozak, Lisa M Schoedel, March 30, 2010: US07689621 (22 worldwide citation)

A multi-dimensional spatial index includes at least two dimensions that define physical boundaries of the features represented by the indexed data. In addition, the multi-dimensional spatial index includes at least one additional dimension that represents another property. The other property is an o ...


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Ole Henry Dorum: Dual road geometry representation for position and curvature-heading. Navteq North America, Lisa M Schoedel, Frank J Kozak, Jon D Shutter, January 13, 2009: US07477988 (22 worldwide citation)

A way to represent roads as data is disclosed. Vehicle systems that provide driver assistance features relating to road curvature, such as curve warning systems or lane departure systems, use data that indicates road shape and data that indicate road position. To support these vehicle systems, a dua ...