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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 (89 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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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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Steven P Devries, James M Herbst, Karen A Hopkins, Suzanne M McGrath, Ellen M Bauer, James R Bennett, Jason M Borak: Method of operating a navigation system. Navteq North America, Jon D Shutter, Frank J Kozak, Grace L O Brien, December 12, 2006: US07149626 (23 worldwide citation)

A method for operating a navigation system obtains an ordered plurality of interconnected segments providing a route from an origin to a destination. A guidance message for each of the segments is formed. The step of forming the guidance message comprises determining whether to reference a previous ...


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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 (22 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. Jon D Shutter, Frank J Kozar, Lisa M Schoedel, July 14, 2009: US07561959 (16 worldwide citation)

A navigation system determines a route between a first location on a road network and a second location in a facility off of the road network. The system composes individual guidance messages for travel along a portion of the route on the road network. A pre-composed set of guidance instructions for ...


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Ellen M Bauer, James R Bennett, Jason M Borak, Steven P Devries, James M Herbst, Karen A Hopkins, Suzanne M McGrath: Method of collecting information for a geographic database for use with a navigation system. Navteq North America, Jon D Shutter, Frank J Kozak, Grace L O Brien, September 4, 2007: US07266447 (16 worldwide citation)

A method for collecting geographic data for use with a navigation system is disclosed. A virtual pedestrian segment providing a path through an unorganized geographic area is identified. The unorganized geographic area lacks underlying organization into roads and paths. Data indicating a location of ...


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Steven P Devries, James M Herbst, Karen A Hopkins, Suzanne M McGrath, Ellen M Bauer, James R Bennett, Jason M Borak: 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, February 3, 2009: US07487041 (13 worldwide citation)

A method for collecting geographic data for use with a navigation system identifies a pedestrian segment associated with a path. A text description of the pedestrian segment is collected. The text description includes one of a predetermined number of phrases and name of at least one feature visible ...


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Steven P Devries, James M Herbst, Karen A Hopkins, Suzanne M McGrath, Ellen M Bauer, James R Bennett, Jason M Borak: Method of operating a navigation system. Navteq North America, Jon D Shutter, Frank J Kozak, Grace L O Brien, July 24, 2007: US07248966 (6 worldwide citation)

A method for operating a navigation system is disclosed. An ordered plurality of interconnected segments providing a route from an origin to a destination is obtained. A guidance message for each of the segments is formed. The step of forming the guidance message comprises determining whether to ref ...


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Steven P Devries, James M Herbst, Karen A Hopkins, Suzanne M McGrath, Ellen M Bauer, James R Bennett, Jason M Borak: 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, March 22, 2011: US07912638 (5 worldwide citation)

A method for operating a navigation system computes a pedestrian route for travel by a pedestrian. A request to calculate the pedestrian route from an origin to a destination and a walking preference for the pedestrian route identifying a feature of the pedestrian route are obtained. A geographic da ...


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Steven P DeVries, James M Herbst, Karen A Hopkins, Suzanne M McGrath, Ellen M Bauer, James R Bennett, Jason M Borak: 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, June 15, 2010: US07739044 (5 worldwide citation)

A method for collecting geographic data identifies a pedestrian segment associated with a path. Location information for the pedestrian segment is collected. Additionally, lighting level attribute information is collected for the pedestrian segment. The location information and the lighting level at ...