Here we explain the integration and use of QV-OSM offline vector maps as well as the use of the corresponding offline routing.
Click the Download maps button on the Start menu.
Here you have access to various servers with free QMV maps for download.
Select the server and the category:
Filter the category:
Click on the package:
If possible, download only the map packages that are really needed, as the data volume can be quite large!
Please note the given file size (MB) of the card package.
Package already installed:
Packages are always unpacked into their own folder in QVM_Data\Packages\ NAME OF THE PACKAGE.
Maps from the package are always sent to the active database in the table Packages.
Self-compiled maps packages can also be integrated in QVM-W3. You will learn how to compile a map package in QV7 here.
After successfully compiling your map package, you have the following import options:
A QMP file can also be stored on a web server and can be opened (downloaded) from there using the integrated browser in your smartphone. Following the download, the operating system automatically asks which program (QVM-W3) the file should be opened. The import dialog opens and the QMP is integrated into QVM-W3 by clicking on Start Import. This URL (link to the QMP) may also refer to a web server (e.g., NAS) embedded in the local network, which has a significant speed advantage for the import.
Import via a cloud:
The prerequisites for data imports via a cloud are the software (such as OneDrive or DropBox), which must be installed on your PC, as well as on your mobile device!
You must also use the Cloud service account on both devices.
Card import from the SD card:
The following method is recommended for QMZ maps that are not recommended to import from a cloud app due to file size.
In order to change the display of the compiled or downloaded OSM maps according to your wishes, the following settings are possible:
The settings listed below apply exclusively to OSM maps (-packages) that are compiled themselves or installed from the QVM download area.
To access the settings, please proceed as follows:
In the following pictures, we will show you how each setting option affects the displayed OSM maps.
In order to use offline routing, ie the *.qmr file of an OSM package, please proceed as follows:
The Routing will work on all maps that cover the area selected when the package was created, or that covers the downloaded package from our download portfolio. For routing is no internet connection necessary.