Create and confirm alarms on a Saphe Drive

With its screen, Saphe Drive has the ability to show which alarms are given, this makes it suitable for more alarm types than its predecessor Saphe One. This also means that more alarm types can be reported from the Saphe Drive.

Create alarms

The common alarm types known from Saphe One, namely "mobile camera" and "unknown danger", can be reported as easily as on the predecessor. A "mobile camera" is reported by pressing the left button once. An "unknown danger" is reported by pressing the right button once.

Extra alarms

If you want to report "car in the emergency lane", you can hold down the right button, and then the expanded menu opens, and will first be on "car in the emergency lane". If, on the other hand, you hold down the left button, the same menu opens, but will first be on "Queue formation". When you are on the alarm you want to report, press the center button once.

If you change your mind, you can press the buttons on the right and left, and thus choose between the different alarm types. If you have completely regretted it, you can choose to exit the menu at the far right of the menu - shown by a bent arrow, press the center button when it is selected.

Confirm alarms

If you receive an alarm that you can see is still current, you must confirm it yourself so that it remains in the system. When you get the alarm, there will be a small arrow visible at the bottom of the Saphe Drive screen, which points downwards. When you are next to the place where the alarm is relevant, look next to the photo van, the car in the emergency lane, the accident or something else, and press the center button once.

Report and confirm only on your own track

Remember when reporting or confirming alarms, only do so in your own track when appropriate. Cars driving in opposite lanes are rarely affected by a car in the emergency lane on your side, and therefore do not need to receive an alarm. Alarms are directional, so it is important to only report and confirm when it is in your track that an alarm is relevant.


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