Incorrect directions on the map can cause

Incorrect directions on the map can cause

1. There’s a turn in my path that doesn’t exist.

a. While navigating, the application may sometimes tell us to turn right / left on the road we are going to go, but there may not be a turn there. This is usually because maps see a road that is not as if there is a road there. For example, let’s assume there is a parking lot on the road, and the map tells you to turn right and walk through that parking lot. When there are people walking inside that parking lot more than once, artificial intelligence technologies think there is a way and try to take you from there. This situation can be encountered frequently, especially in large places such as universities, shopping malls, and hospitals. We will usually turn right / left while walking on the road are similar to the street/street structure. For example, the floor at the entrance of a parking lot and the normal pavement are different, or when you turn right, you can understand that the place has entered a closed area. If you think that there is no way to go there, with tips like these, the application will guide you from the next turn as you continue to move forward.

2. There are warnings to turn left after 10 meters, then turn right after 10 meters.

a. Such situations can be experienced in large areas such as intersections. While recording roads on maps, incorrect recording of turning points or placing zigzags on the road can cause such directions. Let’s consider a route like this; For the first step, turn right after 120 meters, and for the second step, turn left after 10 meters. In this case, instead of turning right after 120 meters, complete 120 meters and wait a while and wait for the navigation to refresh itself. As you neglected the 10-meter stage, instead of turning right for the previous stage, wait and aim for the navigation to correct itself.
We are reaching the venue in the last navigation step.
In the last step of the navigation, bird eye distance and direction information can be used to reach the destination.
Due to position deviations in navigation applications, it is often not possible to find the door while reaching a place. Still, you can approach the target with the help of navigation, and then you can find the door with different clues.
When the meter information drops below 20 meters, you will see an information message that says, “You can use the bird’s eye distance information to reach the target,” instead of the orientation on the screen.
For example, if the Bird’s eye view says “target 20 meters, 9 o’clock”, you can proceed by turning left. When you reach the location, you can end the navigation with the end navigation button.
Some problems about the places we want to go;
1. The location is incorrectly saved on the map
a. When adding places to map services, sometimes they can be saved in the middle of the street, further or backward from where they are. In such cases, even when you arrive in front of the door, you may not realize that you have reached the destination because you have not reached the saved location yet. For such cases, if you save the places you frequently visit in your locations, you can reach the exact point you want to reach.
2. Due to location deviation, the application cannot understand where we are: Applications based on GPS signals cannot detect your location correctly, so they may not guide you on how to go to the target location.
When you reach within 20-30 meters with navigation, you can find out where your destination is by examining the surroundings.

Table of Contents

Direction Concepts
Bird eye distance concepts

Geting starting with navigation


Understanding turns in navigations

Incorrect directions on the map can cause

Practices for Using Navigation