Batch geocoding can be a great time-saver, specially if you're doing hundreds of points of interests. However, I've come to realize the resulting coordinates, at least some, can be way, way off! Also, wrong or inaccurate addresses would give you either zero results or totally wrong coordinates. That is why I now painstakingly double check my files for inaccurate coordinates. Whew!
Sep 1 Winnipeg starts 30 km/hr zones around 170 schools. I used the addresses of the schools to create a lat/long POI list (.csv) and it works, sort of, on my Garmin 2595LMT.
If I'm driving on the street listed in the school address it works well. If I'm driving on some of the adjacent streets the alarm is not triggered even though it is within the alert radius.
I was impressed by the huge size of combined Rest Area POI file. However, when I attempted to sort the excel file down to the specific states I would need, I found that due to the lack of any state ID, Excel could not do so. The best I could achieve was by route which in some cases run across the entire country.
When using EPE to geocode addresses, there are certain procedures to follow so as not to lose work or what you have started since TurboCCC has not fully fixed EPE yet.
I uploaded two small files yesterday, but I have yet to see them appear on the list. How long does it usually take for them to appear?
I've searched this forum to see if anyone else is having a problem with the paste function when using Extra POI Editor (v5.91) -- and if so, if they've found a cure for it.
Anyone know where i can get an updated POI file for Dollarama (Canada)?
Is there a solution to this, or is it just too weird?
Let's say I have a POI list of campgrounds or rest areas in the states that I am going to visit on a trip.
Is there a way to set alerts so that I am notified when I am within *miles* of the POI? Let's say, 50 miles? (I want to start planning my stop before I am there).
If so, how would one go about it?
I have loaded several POI files, the latest has 184 entries. I wanted to verify that they were all there.
Q1: How many can I see on the GPS? (zumo 660)
I'm new at this could someone tell me how to update POI's like Red Light Cameras that is already loaded in my Garmin. Do I have to delete the file then load a new one?
I recently purchased a 3597.
I am adding my custom POIs that I have been using on my 855.
The 3597 uses wav files and not mp3.
I built new wav files on the ATT page.
When I install these files through POI Loader I get a warning at the end that "Unable to convert .wav file to the proper format therefore this audio file was not transferred"
I have tried this many times I cant get the thing to work and load. what order do I input the info to get back all I need including name of the place. I have about 50+ so I want up run through a program that will give me all info back to us in my garmin.
Anybody around here that has tried the 90 day free trial?
I am thinking about to do it but i am a little worried, maybe its good and i cant live without it??
Well i cant afford to pay 500 dollar for it so it could be the best to just leave it!
But i am still curious so i may try it.
best regards Jocke
I downloaded the Flying J POI for Garmin. I'm now skeptical about it's accuracy because it doesn't even have my local Flying J in North East, MD. Any help here?
Ok. The SC BBQ Association has a listing of 24 BBQ establishments that they rate as worth driving/riding 100 miles to get to. So I'm trying to make a POI with them listed. Using Excel and saving as a CVS file
1.Column A put in Longitude.
2.Column B put in Latitude.
3.Column C put in Name.
Does anybody other than me think most the files are long overdue for updating!
I know EPE can do batch geocoding but I don't know how. I have a CSV file with Lat, Lon, Street, City, State, and Zip columns. How do I use this with EPE to get Lat/Lon filled in?
How do I delete a POI file from this site? I know how to upload and update. I can not fine where to delete one. I have several that have gotten old and I am not maintaining anymore.
I don't know about you guys, but there's one thing that I still haven't got over, and it has to do with points of interest!
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