@Steven-Van-Thuyne Rijmodus van de route kan je al wijzigen via de route-informatie als je de route geopend hebt:
Let wel: als de route dus initieel gemaakt is voor auto of motor rijden, kan je de modus weliswaar naar fietsen zetten maar je kan natuurlijk nooit zonder meer dezelfde route rijden... immers kom je met je fietsie niet over snelwegen bijv.
This kind of roadbook (prayer book) is originally used for car rallye sport (by Co driver). For Motorbike it had to be transformed from book to that systen, because there is no Co driver who is able to read an to tell (pray) to the driver.
Modern devices may no longer use paper, but may be electronic. Still used for long distance rallyes like Dakar Rallye.
This was one of the reasons I switched to Tom Tom.
I can send any route directly from MRA (on a mobile device or laptop) to my tom tom rider 550 using the MRA Tom Tom Mydrive Beta option in the “Save as” menu.
The only thing I miss from the Garmin is the Media Player. That was awesome.
Garmin Zumo 396 - used on bike as well in car; for hiking it's not possible because of small battery which is not changable. Second disadvantage is screen, which has low contrast.
But great advantage is receive of GPS signal also in difficult areas. I was never ever disappointed! And complete range of data in tracka like position, time, speed, distance in time and Km, hight.
Different maps are usable like proprietary cards from GARMIN as well as Open Street Map or topo cards. And it's shock resistent (important for biking) and waterproof.
Navigation along pre planned routes. Searching for fuel stations. Sometimes sponateous routing from A to B. Never using such dubious gimmicks like round trip or extra curvy routes.
MRA Routeplanner, because it's mire than a routplanner which I really appreciate
Garmin BaseCamp, used before MRA Routplanner but has still some advantages for route planning in front of MRA Routplanner
MRA Navigation, to compare with real SatNav like Garmin. But it's dissapointing in many cases: information during navigation, poore data in tracks, often loosing GPS signal (mostly based on Hardware of Smartphone). In consequence: impossibility to use track from SatNav for events and others!
MRA Video, I'm nsure if I will use it, because it's too playfulnand lengthy and can only process 10 fotos!
Kurviger, for hiking, because MRA Routplanner or MRA Navigation is using during tracking only HEERE maps. But those maps doesn't contain pathes whitch hikers are using
As wrote in some words above. Most important advantage of MRA is: it's more than a route planning SW. It's a wonderfull community platfom to share routes, tracks, travel stories and offer events. And usable with any kind of device (PC, Android, iPhone, Tablet)
Routes can be compared with TomTom and Garmin on the fly. Routes can be transformed and downloaded in other formats. Transmission to SatNavs is easy.
Restriction of using track files from own SatNav for events and travel stories!! Poor data in tracks. Non visible data of tracks (only coloured line as layer in map). Not selectable maps during tracking. Track from pedestrian are not only needed for archiving. More important is to know during walking, where I am - but without topo map, it can't be visible.
Hope, to get quickly best features from Tyre as well as from BaseCamp, Relive and Route Generator combined in MRA. More freedom for users, what to see on screen (which tools, icons, dates etc.).
I have turn by turn navigation available on the 7 inch TFT of my Tiger 900 Rally Pro.
You have to use the Triumph App though which is sadly bloody awful for plotting anything other than A to B routes. If triumph gave their App the ability to import GPX files it may be useable for some.
I’ll stick with the Tom Tom 550 for now.
@Hans-van-de-Ven-MRA-Master said in Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8GB, Wi-Fi, 7 inch:
I'm using my iHone 7s now for 2 years as navigation device and no problems at all
Yes I used an iPhone 6 Plus with MRA Navigation with no problems.
Seems to be the latest ones.
This would be useful to address the issue about planning routes during the winter time when mountain passes are closed due to snow for trips you will be making in the Summer...so a date and time.
If you trip is in May when most of the passes are open it doesn't give you much time to plan the routes in advance.
This is really bad, In fact its
[quote] all life as you know it stopping instantaniously and every molecule in your body exploding at the speed of light" kind of bad.[unquote]
and that is an understatement!!!!
MRA, as a relatively small company, is publishing an exciting roadmap on basis of user input, signaling to all users and potential future users that MRA is healthy and growing, and thriving, and enthusiastic and .....*
then carefully hides the roadmap under a, probably seldomly used, button ony visible to existing clients????
Is there a contradiction somewhere??? Am I going nuts??? (no,I already am, that was an easy question)
But still, this roadmap should be broadcasted on the main menu's, it's the best publicity you can ever have.
PS: I wonder if you know where that quote comes from