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31st January 2012, 08:29 AM #1Join Date : Jan 2012Location : AustriaPosts : 3Thanks: 2
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Garmin SCDB.info World (Weekly Update)!
Speed camera plug-in for Garmin
Speedcams for Garmin with all safety cameras and red light monitoring systems worldwide. At the moment, there are more than 40.000 fixed safety cameras in our database. Consequently, you have access to the most extensive and accurate database available for the planet.
Requirements POI Loader for Windows software
POI Loader for Mac software
Currently, the following devices are supported by POI Loader:
nüvi 205W (T)
nüvi 300 deluxe
nüvi 310 deluxe
nüvi 865T pro
nüvi 1390T pro
BMW Motorrad Navigator III
BMW Motorrad Navigator IV
(audio alert is not available)
eTrex Venture Cx
eTrex Legend Cx
eTrex Legend HCx
eTrex Vista Cx
eTrex Vista HCx
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zumo 550 Allround
zumo 660 Europa
Garmin SCDB.info Fixed World:
Garmin SCDB.info Mobil Europe v02.02.2014:
Complete GPI-File v02.02.2014:
German Voice Alerts:
Here you can make your own Warning tones:
PS: I will make a weekly Update
PPS: Lack of time, this service will be discontinued until further notice. I thank you in advance for your understanding!NiCoK Reviewed by NiCoK on . Garmin SCDB.info World (Weekly Update)! Speed camera plug-in for Garmin Speedcams for Garmin with all safety cameras and red light monitoring systems worldwide. At the moment, there are more than 40.000 fixed safety cameras in our database. Consequently, you have access to the most extensive and accurate database available for the planet. Requirements POI Loader for Windows software POI Loader for Mac software Currently, the following devices are supported by POI Loader: nüvi 200 Rating: 5
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9th October 2018, 08:15 PM #2
Thanks for the SCDB files.
Each of the packages contains both a SCDB_EUFull+Turkey_LI.gpi and a SCDB_EUFull+Turkey.gpi for Garmin devices. What is the difference? Which should I use on a DriveSmart 50?
I now have 5 speed camera files for italy...with widely different sizes. I wonder what is going to happen if I approach a speed camera, will my GPS melt down?
9th October 2018, 10:18 PM #3
If you had read what I wrote above you would not have asked this question.
The GPI File with _LI suffix has been compiled with Large 44x44 icons, the other one with standard 22x22 icons. For DriveSmart 50 you should use the standard one, i guess.
Having many "analogous" POIs is never a good thing, you could get double or triple alerts. Try and decide which ones to use
10th October 2018, 03:58 AM #4
Unfortunately, I only have gpi files....so I have to convert them to something else and maybe attempt to eliminate duplicates. Not quite sure how to address that task.
I do have Cyclops files as well as your files....plus a couple of others I picked up from somewhere before I realized I had to label their source and coverage. I think one of the files covers all of EU.
I may just go with your the SCDB file I need and cyclops....and then try to figure out what the other two files are.
I would also like to change the alert tones/sounds....but I haven't found any way to do it. Speed Camera..one tone, school another tone.
Finally (and this is the wrong forum, but it's a FireFox58 request....I'm trying to find the Foursquare EU SID file for 2019.20 that goes with the foursquare.img file...unless I can use the 2019.10 sid file.
10th October 2018, 01:19 PM #5
Mixing togheter SCDB and Cyclops is not good, they share often the same Points.
I use my homemade software ManagePOI (you can find it on others Forum, I'll post it here as soon as possible), that allow you to convert CSV Source Files in GPX Files and then in GPI Files. GPX Files are direcly readable by MapSource/BaseCamp, so you can figure out the position of Alerts. You can try with GPX files inside my SCDB Packages above.
With this software yo can set all the Proximity distance Alert, Sounds and Icons you want, even for each category.
You can find it here:
19th December 2018, 01:13 AM #6Join Date : Oct 2018Location : Left CoastPosts : 11Thanks: 3
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5th February 2019, 10:41 PM #7Join Date : Dec 2017Location : NederlandPosts : 1Thanks: 4
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I've tried your Package SCDB_BeNeLux, however my Media System Navi seems to support max 10 categories. Then I've looked at SCDB_World_20190105 [2 Categories], however they are not filtered by Zone/Country and I get more POIs than the 5000 accepted for importing.
How can I get the categories from SDCB_BeNeLux into 2 Categories? Or different approach: how to filter SCDB_World_20190105 [2 Categories] by Zone/Country BeNeLux?
5th February 2019, 11:55 PM #8
You should need my software ManagePoi to filter POI by Region/Country.
As soon as possible I'll prepare a thread with it.
As different approach I should prepare a filtered Package using [2 Categories] files.
But, as they say: "better to teach fishing than to give fish"
20th March 2019, 07:52 AM #9Join Date : Feb 2018Location : PortugalPosts : 19Thanks: 7
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Is it possible to have the last fixed+mobile radars by country (France+Iberia)?
I ask because in my older GPS, the route is slow because of it and in your publications, all countries appear only in one file.
20th March 2019, 12:56 PM #10
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