What does TT do with the traffic data in the NavApp?

mapfanatic
mapfanatic Registered Users Posts: 2,250
Revered Voyager
@szachowa @Jürgen

Where's the confidence when open highways are shown as closed?
The classic devices and Amigo work and have stayed on the highway!

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Although reported immediately on Wednesday, no correction on Monday!
Why don't the automatic control systems in the NDS map work?

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Answers

  • dezmo
    dezmo Registered Users Posts: 94
    Revered Navigator
    Because NDS maps are a big mistake. These don’t work well, these never worked well. Their coverage is much worse than the old ones, these are not compatible with anything but themselves.
    I hope TT finally admits they made a mistake and returns the old, well-proven maps.
  • eddydc
    eddydc Registered Users Posts: 298
    Exalted Navigator
    dezmo wrote: »
    Because NDS maps are a big mistake.

    I don't see any connection between maps and traffic info.

    The map updates needs major improvements but that has nothing to do with traffic info, which is rather poor lately for both Amigo and TT Go.

    At the other hand it is correct that reports concerning closed roads and road works are simply neglected. After being accepted, nothing happens with it and remain in that state.

  • Lochfrass
    Lochfrass Posts: 17,713
    Superuser
    eddydc wrote: »
    I don't see any connection between maps and traffic info.
    In your other Thread it sounds different >>klick<<
    The NDS maps sometimes have different times than the Classic Maps.
    I can see this very well on my Discover and Go5200. The arrival time for the Discover is always faster and the route simulation also shows higher speeds for the Discover.

    If the NDS maps contain incorrect IQ speeds, the automatic recognition system can predict a traffic jam where there is none, or the opposite.
    All the worse if the device does not know the small side roads to drive around.

    my personal opinion
  • eddydc
    eddydc Registered Users Posts: 298
    Exalted Navigator
    Lochfrass wrote: »
    In your other Thread it sounds different >>klick<<
    The NDS maps sometimes have different times than the Classic Maps.
    I can see this very well on my Discover and Go5200. The arrival time for the Discover is always faster and the route simulation also shows higher speeds for the Discover.

    If the NDS maps contain incorrect IQ speeds, the automatic recognition system can predict a traffic jam where there is none, or the opposite.
    All the worse if the device does not know the small side roads to drive around.

    my personal opinion
    The OP concerns open highways shown as closed. What’s the connection with IQ routes or NDS? As far as I’m concerned it’s just inaccurate traffic which happens a lot lately.
  • mapfanatic
    mapfanatic Registered Users Posts: 2,250
    Revered Voyager
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    Cool, probably nobody feels responsible there!
  • eddydc
    eddydc Registered Users Posts: 298
    Exalted Navigator
    mapfanatic wrote: »

    Cool, probably nobody feels responsible there!

    Isn't that the issue for many problems mentioned in the TT forums?
    The response from TT is deafening silent lately.