roadbook


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a guidebook describing the roads of a country

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Mobileye will utilize the HERE Open Location Platform for the ingestion and processing of raw sensor and observation data (Road Segment Data, RSD), and the creation and dynamic maintenance of its Roadbook products.
In February 2011, the government launched "Operation Roadbook," and coordinated proactive law enforcement raids in two regions in Portugal, resulting in the rescue of 30 trafficking victims.
Yet more techniques will be demonstrated, including the navigation technique of a Dakar-style roadbook over the 80 or so miles of forest tracks and moorland covered.
Richard Cavendish is a freelance journalist and the General Editor of the Automobile Association's Roadbook of Britain (1995).
The itineraries module has been enriched with an interactive roadbook (choice of the displayed information like step-by-step maneuver instructions, intersections maps) and additional contents such as speed cameras.
Unlike in the past, drivers are now not allowed to carry maps in any form (paper, electronic or any other type of support) so crews must therefore rely solely on the roadbook and the GPS system provided by the organisers.
Les concurrentes ont sillonne plus de 300 km a l'aide du chronometre et du roadbook.
Richard Cavendish is a free-lance journalist and the General Editor of the Automobile Association's Roadbook of Britain (1995).