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Chinggo
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Re: Customs POIs - AES Cameras

Postby Chinggo » Mon Nov 26, 2012 4:56 pm

thank you so much, it was so helpful...

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Re: Customs POIs - AES Cameras

Postby sobamy » Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:55 pm

Chinggo wrote:thank you so much, it was so helpful...

You're welcome, bro :-)
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Re: Customs POIs - AES Cameras

Postby explorace » Fri Nov 30, 2012 9:40 pm

Thanks to all who had put so much efforts in preparing the AES POIs.

I would like to suggest that the alert radius of AES TrafficLights especially in KL area to be reduced down to about 100 meters. The current alert radius, e.g; AES Jalan Ipoh, is alerted in more than 500meters. This is not practical because when we drive within the radius in other roads, the false alert is annoying. Usually we dont drive fast near the traffic lights so we could notice the AES point at closer distance.

Thanks.

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Re: Customs POIs - AES Cameras

Postby sobamy » Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:11 pm

explorace wrote:Thanks to all who had put so much efforts in preparing the AES POIs.

I would like to suggest that the alert radius of AES TrafficLights especially in KL area to be reduced down to about 100 meters. The current alert radius, e.g; AES Jalan Ipoh, is alerted in more than 500meters. This is not practical because when we drive within the radius in other roads, the false alert is annoying. Usually we dont drive fast near the traffic lights so we could notice the AES point at closer distance.

Thanks.

Great idea. Have noted and will take up with Mapper concerned :tq:
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Re: Customs POIs - AES Cameras

Postby tiensheng » Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:23 pm

updated , boss !!!
wait for the next release :)
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Re: Customs POIs - AES Cameras

Postby gho5t » Sat Dec 01, 2012 1:23 pm

Noticed that Puchong-Kajang road coordinate / place is wrong. Supposed just in front of Shell Station. And no Notification on that area.
Thank you.
Great job guys BTW!1 :good:
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Re: Customs POIs - AES Cameras

Postby sobamy » Sat Dec 01, 2012 4:36 pm

gho5t wrote:Noticed that Puchong-Kajang road coordinate / place is wrong. Supposed just in front of Shell Station. And no Notification on that area.
Thank you.
Great job guys BTW!1 :good:

Thanks for the info Bro.
Could you kindly advise us of the co-ords to enable us to zoom in to the exact spot.
Your kind assistance is greatly appreciated.
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Re: Customs POIs - AES Cameras

Postby tiensheng » Sat Dec 01, 2012 11:23 pm

gho5t wrote:Noticed that Puchong-Kajang road coordinate / place is wrong. Supposed just in front of Shell Station. And no Notification on that area.
Thank you.
Great job guys BTW!1 :good:


i not sure if u have the POI installed correctly but last week i do have alerts on the POI mention
AES Camera - B KM 6.6 Kajang-Puchong@90 / N2 58.414 E101 40.620

the AES is placed after entrance to Shell station , correct me if i am wrong.
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Re: Customs POIs - AES Cameras

Postby Immortal25 » Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:29 am

Guys... just wanna know...what's the difference between this link and viewtopic.php?f=23&t=12828&start=410 and viewtopic.php?f=24&t=9742. Why all also about the AES? Which is the one which contains the download link and updates + feedback? Thanks ;p

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Re: Customs POIs - AES Cameras

Postby sobamy » Tue Dec 04, 2012 1:29 pm

Immortal25 wrote:Guys... just wanna know...what's the difference between this link and viewtopic.php?f=23&t=12828&start=410 and viewtopic.php?f=24&t=9742. Why all also about the AES? Which is the one which contains the download link and updates + feedback? Thanks ;p

Free Malaysia/Singapore Garmin Custom POI: MFM-CPOI 20121202 is the download link for the total cPOIs whereas
Customs POIs - AES Cameras pertains only to individual AES files download if you do not wish to always have a full download whenever a new version is released.
Custom POI-AES (Automated Enforcement System) Hotspots was created for members to report on AES hotspots prior to its launch by JPJ.
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