The GIS Navigator is used to calculate the geographic position of travelers as they travel along routes between points on maps. The GIS Navigator has settings that affect how map tiles are rendered and how routes are calculated.
The GIS Navigator has the following properties:
The URL for an OpenStreetMap tile server that is used to download raster map tiles.
Map data © OpenStreetMap contributors.
Tile files are saved to this directory.
Delete existing files in this directory to download new versions of those files.
Specify an optional prefix to be added to tile filenames when saved on the hard drive.
Use different prefixes to distinguish between tiles when using different tile styles from different tile servers.
Define the default type for newly created routes.
Specify the URL for an OSRM server to download routing information.
Delete all cached routing server responses in the GIS Navigator.
When calculating straight rhumb line and flight paths, use this average speed to calculate the route duration.
When calculating straight rhumb line and flight paths, use the calculated duration (Fastest Route) or distance (Shortest Route) for the route cost.