User Manual

Getting started

First of all, Login with the email ID & password that is provided by us:

 1. Visit: https://login.trakingpro.com/authentication/create
 2. Enter your email and password:

 3. Click "Sign in"
 4. If you want Login by demo user id & password:

Workspace overview

After logging in, you will be redirected to the platform main page. This page allows you to access the most common tracking features and settings, monitor object position on map and get detailed information such as speed, address, coordinates, history and more.


 1. Menu
 2. Navigation panel
 3. Map control

Menu


 1. Admin panel
 2. Tools
 3. Setup
 4. Account


Menu is used to quickly access frequently used tools and settings. You can also easily change your language by clicking flag at the top right corner. Please check separate user manual pages for Tools, Setup and My Account.

Navigation panel

  1. Objects tab - view and manage all devices
  2. Events tab - history of events and alerts/notifications can be viewed (overspeeding, geofence alert, low battery, etc.)
  3. History tab - view detailed history for each GPS device, graphs, data log
  4. Search - find devices by name or IMEI
  5. Add device - add new GPS devices
  6. Groups - group name and number of devices in that group
  7. Groups expander - expand or collapse groups
  8. Visibility checkbox - turns on or off objects visibility on map
  9. Object information - device name, date, time of last received location, online/idle/offline status
  10. Speed - shows current object speed
  11. Edit Object - change device icon, assign to a group, add and manage sensors, follow, accuracy settings and more.

Object details panel

This panel allows you to see more information about object. It appears when you select your object. There are 2 options: show less(standard) and show more.

In show less popup you will see address, stop duration, sensors. In show more popup you will see additional information like services, protocol, etc.

Map control

  1. Full screen mode - hides all tools and shows only GPS devices in the map
  2. Change map - change map to streets, sattelite and more
  3. Zoom - zoom in and out in the map
  4. Objects tickbox - show or hide objects in the map
  5. Geofences tickbox - show or hide geofences in the map
  6. Routes tickbox - show or hide routes in the map
  7. POI tickbox - show or hide POI in the map
  8. Show names - show or hide objects names above icon in the map
  9. Show tails - show or hide objects tails in the map

My Account

Membership

In the membership window you can review your subscription plan, devices limit, expiration date and your account email. To upgrade membership, please click "Change membership"

My icons

You can upload your own custom icons for GPS devices. You can upload an icon by going to Objects->Edit object->Icons and choose your preferred icon

Change password

To change your password, click change password and you will be redirected to the new form where you can change your password.

Support

If you have any difficulties connecting your device or have questions, concerning the same, please contact our Support team.

Log out

Click log out to exit from GPS server platform.

Setup

In the setup window you can change multiple settings for all your GPS trackers, create groups, drivers, custom events, sms gateway, sms templates, GPS templates.

Main


In the main tab you can define speed, capacity, altitude measurements and also select timezone for all your GPS trackers. At the bottom there is server region and IP address you are logged in to.

Object groups


In Object groups tab you can create groups for your GPS devices. To assign a device of your created group, go to Object->Edit->Advanced->Group, select your created group and click Save.

Drivers

Here you can create drivers, click "Add driver" to create one. Type in any name and select your GPS device. If your device has iButton or RFID, type in RFID/ibutton number in RFID field. GPS server automatically identifies GPS device protocol and decodes RFID message. After creating new driver, swipe the card/item over your RFID device and you should see driver name in the left bottom panel or by clicking on the object.

Events


Here you can define your custom events. For example an event such as the SOS alert being pressed specificaly because the device battery is low, etc. will be triggered.

To know which protocol to select, please connect your GPS device to the platform and check object details:


In the picture above and in the example below there is a protocol - "H02", "VT200".

Before digging deeper into creating an event, please take a look at the schema below for better understanding how data travels from GPS tracker to GPS server and how it is proccessed:


To check what parameters your GPS tracker is sending, please go to History->Select object->Show history->Data log

(At the top there are parameter names and below - parameter values)


There are many parameter names like "sat, adc1, io21..." etc. So if you want to create an event for parameter "sat", then you have to input sat in the parameter name field. This will pair event with parameter.

Note: events will be triggered if alert for it is created: Tools->Alerts->Add new

Setflag exaplanation:

For example, tracker is sending status like this:

00010(moving, sos alarm), 10010(not moving, sos alarm).

4th number means if sos is sent. Other number can mean other statuses, so instead of creating event for each possible status combination, you can just use setflag, to detect only 4th number from the string.

SMS gateway

Here you can configure SMS gateway. Using the Vodafone SMS gateway already provided to you. After enabling SMS gateway, your devices can receive alerts/notifications about events via SMS. Also you can send SMS messages to your devices via Tools->Send command

If you like, you can use your android smartphone as SMS gateway using this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=in.trakingpro.firstversion&hl=en

After installing this app, make sure it has permissions to send SMS messages.

If you are using url(passing data via url string), make sure to select GET as request method.

SMS templates

Created templates can be used in Tools->Send command. So you don't need to type in the same SMS message all over again.

GPS templates

Created templates can be used in Tools->Send command, so you don't need to type in command all over again. Also, variable [%IMEI%] will help you to resuse the same template for multiple GPS trackers.

Sensor management

To add new sensor (engine on/off, acc on/off, battery, fuel tank, odometer, temperature, door open/close, GSM signal, GPS signal, sattelites, tachometer, etc.) for your object, go to Object->Edit object->Sensors->Add new sensor. But before doing that, take a look below at the scheme, how parameters are sent from GPS device and how they need to be paired with sensors.


To check what parameters your GPS tracker is sending, please go to History->Select object->Show history->Data log

(At the top there are parameter names and below - parameter values)


There are many parameter names like "sat, adc1, io21..." etc. So if you want to create an event for parameter "sat", then you have to input sat in the parameter name field. This will pair event with parameter.

ACC ON/OFF

  • Sensor name - in this field you can write in any name you like. This name will appear as sensor name in object details panel when you click on the object.
  • Sensor type - this is type of sensor, each sensor type has different parameters input options and behaviour.
  • Parameter name - parameter names are identified automatically once GPS tracker is connected to the platform, select the coresponding parameter that matches your sensor.
  • Unit of measurement - this text will be showed near value, for example, if you define battery sensor, then you can type in % as unit of measurement, then you will see battery sensor like "battery: 25%"
  • ON value - please input parameter value to identify that acc was turned on. For example.: if parameter name is alarm: acc on, type in acc on
  • OFF value - please input parameter value to identify that acc was turned off. For example.: if parameter name is alarm: acc off, type in acc off
  • Setflag - is used to detect single or few characters from parameter value. Example.: 12345 is parameter value and „34“ is the value you want to use, so setflag would be: 3(starting character), 2(ammount of characters), 34(value of parameter)“.

Battery

  • Sensor name - in this field you can write in any name you like. This name will appear as sensor name in object details panel when you click on the object.
  • Sensor type - this is type of sensor, each sensor type has different parameters input options and behaviour.
  • Parameter name - parameter names are identified automatically once GPS tracker is connected to the platform, select the coresponding parameter that matches your sensor. Example: battery: 75 (visible in data log) must be selected as battery. In the exaple above "sat" is selected which means that you can use any type of sensors with any type of parameter.
  • Unit of measurement - this text will be showed near value, for example, if you define battery sensor, then you can type in % as unit of measurement, then you will see battery sensor like "battery: 25%"
  • Show value by "Parameter value" - parameter value will be shown.
  • Show value by "Min/Max values" - for example if full battery value is 5, minimum 0, please type in 5 in the max value field and 0 in the min value field, so it will automatically convert it to percentage values. For example.: if value is 5 - 100 will be show, if value is 4 - 75 will be show, if value is 0 - 0 will be seen.
  • Show value by "Formula" - parameter value can be sent from GPS tracker encoded and you have to use formula to calculate battery value. For example.: if value is 2850, then you can type in formula like "([value] x 3.3)/4096", for example: ([28501] x 3.3)/4096 = 22.96 %
  • OFF value - please input parameter value to identify that acc was turned off. For example.: if parameter is alarm: acc off, type in acc off

Doors Open/Close

  • Sensor name - in this field you can write in any name you like. This name will appear as sensor name in object details panel when you click on the object.
  • Sensor type - this is type of sensor, each sensor type has different parameters input options and behaviour.
  • Parameter name - parameter names are identified automatically once GPS tracker is connected to the platform, select the coresponding parameter that matches your sensor.
  • Unit of measurement - this text will be showed near value, for example, if you define battery sensor, then you can type in % as unit of measurement, then you will see battery sensor like "battery: 25%"
  • ON value - please input parameter value to identify that acc was turned on. For example.: if parameter name is alarm: acc on, type in acc on
  • OFF value - please input parameter value to identify that acc was turned off. For example.: if parameter name is alarm: acc off, type in acc off​

Engine On/Off

  • Sensor name - in this field you can write in any name you like. This name will appear as sensor name in object details panel when you click on the object.
  • Sensor type - this is type of sensor, each sensor type has different parameters input options and behaviour.
  • Parameter name - parameter names are identified automatically once GPS tracker is connected to the platform, select the coresponding parameter that matches your sensor.
  • Unit of measurement - this text will be showed near value, for example, if you define battery sensor, then you can type in % as unit of measurement, then you will see battery sensor like "battery: 25%"
  • ON value - please input parameter value to identify that acc was turned on. For example.: if parameter name is alarm: acc on, type in acc on
  • OFF value - please input parameter value to identify that acc was turned off. For example.: if parameter name is alarm: acc off, type in acc off​

Engine hours

  • Sensor name - in this field you can write in any name you like. This name will appear as sensor name in object details panel when you click on the object.
  • Sensor type - this is type of sensor, each sensor type has different parameters input options and behaviour.
  • Parameter name - parameter names are identified automatically once GPS tracker is connected to the platform, select the coresponding parameter that matches your sensor.
  • Unit of measurement - this text will be showed near value, for example, if you define battery sensor, then you can type in % as unit of measurement, then you will see battery sensor like "battery: 25%"

Fuel tank

  • Sensor name - in this field you can write in any name you like. This name will appear as sensor name in object details panel when you click on the object.
  • Sensor type - this is type of sensor, each sensor type has different parameters input options and behaviour.
  • Parameter name - parameter names are identified automatically once GPS tracker is connected to the platform, select the coresponding parameter that matches your sensor.
  • Unit of measurement - this text will be showed near value, for example, if you define battery sensor, then you can type in % as unit of measurement, then you will see battery sensor like "battery: 25%"
  • Fuel tank name - any name like Petrol, Diesel etc.
  • Parameters - for example if tacker is sending fuel in percentage value like 100 and your car's full tank is 40 liters, then type in 40 on the left side(full tank) and 100 on the right side(parameter value), so when tracker sends parameter value 50, you will see that your car's fuel tank is 20 liters or gallons.

Fuel tank with calibration

  • Sensor name - in this field you can write in any name you like. This name will appear as sensor name in object details panel when you click on the object.
  • Sensor type - this is type of sensor, each sensor type has different parameters input options and behaviour.
  • Parameter name - parameter names are identified automatically once GPS tracker is connected to the platform, select the coresponding parameter that matches your sensor.
  • Unit of measurement - this text will be showed near value, for example, if you define battery sensor, then you can type in % as unit of measurement, then you will see battery sensor like "battery: 25%"
  • Fuel tank name - any name like Petrol, Diesel etc.
  • Calibration - GPS trackers can send fuel level in voltages or any other values, therefore calibration is needed. Above is example of parameter value and matching liters/gallons value. It is best to start calibration with full tank and check parameter value and then move on with empty fuel tank and check parameter value again.

GSM

  • Sensor name - in this field you can write in any name you like. This name will appear as sensor name in object details panel when you click on the object.
  • Sensor type - this is type of sensor, each sensor type has different parameters input options and behaviour.
  • Parameter name - parameter names are identified automatically once GPS tracker is connected to the platform, select the coresponding parameter that matches your sensor.
  • Unit of measurement - this text will be showed near value, for example, if you define battery sensor, then you can type in % as unit of measurement, then you will see battery sensor like "battery: 25%"
  • Show value by "Min/Max values" - for example if full battery value is 5, minimum 0, please type in 5 in the max value field and 0 in the min value field, so it will automatically convert it to percentage values. For example.: if value is 5 - 100 will be show, if value is 4 - 75 will be show, if value is 0 - 0 will be seen.

Harsh acceleration and harsh braking

  • Sensor name - in this field you can write in any name you like. This name will appear as sensor name in object details panel when you click on the object.
  • Sensor type - this is type of sensor, each sensor type has different parameters input options and behaviour.
  • Parameter name - parameter names are identified automatically once GPS tracker is connected to the platform, select the coresponding parameter that matches your sensor.
  • Parameter value - value for detecting harsh acceleration or braking. Once values configured, you can then generate driver behavior report: Tools->Reports->RAG

Ignition ON/OFF

  • Sensor name - in this field you can write in any name you like. This name will appear as sensor name in object details panel when you click on the object.
  • Sensor type - this is type of sensor, each sensor type has different parameters input options and behaviour.
  • Parameter name - parameter names are identified automatically once GPS tracker is connected to the platform, select the coresponding parameter that matches your sensor.
  • Unit of measurement - this text will be showed near value, for example, if you define battery sensor, then you can type in % as unit of measurement, then you will see battery sensor like "battery: 25%"
  • ON value - please input parameter value to identify that acc was turned on. For example.: if parameter name is alarm: acc on, type in acc on
  • OFF value - please input parameter value to identify that acc was turned off. For example.: if parameter name is alarm: acc off, type in acc off​

Odometer (connected and virtual)


  • Sensor name - in this field you can write in any name you like. This name will appear as sensor name in object details panel when you click on the object.
  • Sensor type - this is type of sensor, each sensor type has different parameters input options and behaviour.
  • Parameter name - parameter names are identified automatically once GPS tracker is connected to the platform, select the coresponding parameter that matches your sensor.
  • Unit of measurement - this text will be showed near value, for example you can define km or mi
  • Odometer - if you selected connected odometer, please pair it with parameter that is responsible for connected odometer value, otherwise please select Virtual Odometer.
  • Forumula - value can be sent in meter, kilometers, miles, feets, etc., so using formula you can apply correct calculations.

Satellites

Tachometer/RPM or temperature

  • Sensor name - in this field you can write in any name you like. This name will appear as sensor name in object details panel when you click on the object.
  • Sensor type - this is type of sensor, each sensor type has different parameters input options and behaviour.
  • Parameter name - parameter names are identified automatically once GPS tracker is connected to the platform, select the coresponding parameter that matches your sensor.
  • Unit of measurement - this text will be showed near value, for example, if you define battery sensor, then you can type in % as unit of measurement, then you will see battery sensor like "battery: 25%"
  • Forumula - using formula you can apply correct calculations.

Device management

Object popup


In the minimized popup window you can monitor basic information and sensors. Once you click "Show more", you will see all available information for this device including sensors, services, additional data. If you want ot check what parameters your device is sending, please visit sensor management section.


It is also possible to use "street preview" while monitoring your device. This window will refresh automatically once your device is moving, so you can "street preview" in real time.

Object quick tools

  1. Show history - this will instantly show history of the object for most common selected period.
  2. Follow - new window will appear where you will be able to monitor each object individually, you can open multiple windows at the same time.
  3. Send command - quick access to send command to the device via GPS or sms.
  4. Edit - edit device name, IMEI, accuracy, change icon, add services and more.

Edit - Main


To add a device all that is required is name and device IMEI or identifier. You can edit name and IMEI naytime.

Edit - Icons

Icon type:
  • Arrow - arrow with direction and color(green, yellow, red) will be shown. This is default and recommended selection as it gives you the most control and information.
  • Rotating icon - vehicle icon visible from the top will be show, it will rotate according to the direction.
  • Icon - simple icon will be shown without direction and status.
Icon type - Arrow. There are 4 states:
  • Moving - when device speed is higher than minimum speed defined in edit->accuracy->min. moving speed
  • Stopped -when device speed is lower than minimum speed defined in edit->accuracy->min. moving speed
  • Offline - if device is not sending information to the server 5 or more minnutes or is disconnected from the GPS server
  • Engine idle - for engine idle to be active, you need to add sensor for ignition on/off or engine on/off and then add that sensors in edit->accuracy->engine hours(switch from GPS). Engine idle means that ignition/engine is on but device is not moving.

Edit - Advanced


In advanced section you can fill in optional information, assign device to the group(to create new group please go to Setup->Groups->Add).

  • Show GPS templates commands only - if you tick it, then only custom GPS commands will be showed for your device in Tools->Send command. GPS templates can be created in Setup->GPS templates
  • Fuel measurement - if you do not have fuel sensors connected to your GPS device, you can input measurements here so they will corespond in history and reports.
  • Time adjustment - this will manually adjust time individually for selected GPS device. Used only in those cases, when you are unable to set timezone to UTC 0 for your device.

Edit - Sensors

Please check sensor managment page for detailed documentation.

Edit - Services


Services are used to monitor insurance, technical maintenance, oil change, car parts deprecation, etc.

Edit - Accuracy

  • Engine hours - default selection is GPS, but if you have ignition or engine sensor connected to your GPS tracker it is highly recommended to select it here. Once selected, if ignition is off you will not see unecessary history(like drifting), engine hours, distance, events like geofence or overspeed will not be triggered, therefore you will get the most accurate information including reports.
  • Min. moving speed - if speed is below min. speed, moving will not be registered.
  • Min. fuel difference to detect fuel fillings - if sensor value increases instantly by 10 units or more, fuel filling will be detected.
  • Min. fuel difference to detect fuel thefts - if sensor value decreases instantly by 10 units or more, fuel theft will be detected.

Edit - Tail

  • Tail color - select color of the object tail
  • Tail length - how long is the tail

Tools Overview

Tools are used to create alerts/notifications, geofences, POI's, send command to GPS tracker, generate reports, etc.

Tools Alerts

To create a new alert, click Tools->Alerts->Add Alert


First of all, you have to name your alert. Then add an email or multiple emails (or cell phone numbers) which will receive a notification when this alert occurs. Secondly, select your objects in "Devices" tab, you want this alert to be applied to.

Now you can select what type of alert you want to create: geofencing, overspeed, events. You can create all of them in the same alert or only 1 of them.

Geofencing

Select your created geofence (geofence can be created at Tools->Geofencing->Add geofence) and select Zone In, Zone Out or Combines and click Add. Alert will be triggered once device enters or exists geofence.

Overspeed

Select kilometers or miles and enter max speed, then click Add. In the example above, user will receive an alert when object reaches 60 km/h speed.

Events

There are 2 select boxes at the beginning:

  • Custom events - these are user defined events, you can create them in Setup->Events. More about creating custom events for each GPS tracker and its protocol, please visit Setup page in the manual.
  • System events - these are system/admin defined events, like in example above. There are system events like SOS, Low battery, Ignition ON/OFF for the most popular GPS tracker brands. If your protocol or desired event is not listed, you can always create one in Setup->Events

First of all please select custom or system events from select box. In the next select box, protocol name or names, for your selected GPS trackers only, will appear (it depends on what objects you selected in Devices tab). For example.: if you have selected 5 devices that has 2 different protocols, you will see only those 2 protocols that are suitable for your device (GPS platform detects your device protocol automatically, make sure you connected it to the platform at least once). In the final select box, please select desired event you want to be triggered. For example.: if you select SOS and click Add, alert will be triggered when users clicks SOS button.

When alert settings are configured, please click Save button to save your new created alert. It can be edited any time.

Tools Geofencing

To create a new geofence, click Tools->Geofencing->Add geofence. Type in a geofence name and select it's color, then click on the map to begin drawing geofence. When you finish drawing the geofence, double click the last point and click Save.


Once geofence is created you can view them all on the list and edit anytime. Also you can export or import geofences. It is possible to import .KML files also.

Tools Reports

Main

To create a new report or schedule it, click Tools->Reports

Report
  • Title - report title/name
  • Type - select report type
    • General information - report shows some basic information: top speed, average speed, consumed fuel, route length etc.
    • General information (merged) - general information displayed in a row.
    • Drives and stops - same information as general report but added: objects stops and driving information, like duration of intervals between stops, address where object stopped.
    • Travel sheet - displays coordinates and addresses of stops, fuel consumption, lenght between stops.
    • Overspeeds - speeding cases will be displayed in report as well as additional information such as excess time, how much speed has been exceeded.
    • Underspeeds - underspeeding cases will be displayed in the report.
    • Geofence in/out - entry/exit time in each zone and out zone, stay time in zone.
    • Events - events information: event name coordinates and address, time.
    • Service - service information.
    • Fuel level - information about fuel level changes.
    • Fuel fillings - object fuel fillings history.
    • Fuel thefts - object fuel thefts history.
  • Format - select format that report will be generated: PDF (for viewving in Adobe Acrobat Reader), HTML (for viewing in browser), XLS (for viewing and editing in Microsoft Excel)
  • Show addresses - near to location points addresses will be shown.
  • Zones instead of addresses - instead of addresses zone names will be shown.
  • Stops - set time of stops to eliminate traffic light stops.
  • Speed limit (kph) - speed limit for Overspeed and Underspeed reports.
Schedule
  • Daily - reports will be sent every day for previous day.
  • Weekly - reports will be sent oncein a week, every Monday for previous week.
  • Send to e-mail - enter e-mail addresses separated by comma to send reports to.
Devices

Select devices to create report.

Geofences

This allows to select zones whose details will be seen in report. Zone selection is available only if Report type Zone in/out is chosen.

Time period
  • Filter - easy way to set time period.
  • Time from/ Time to - set time period of report.

Generated reports log

All generated reports can be visible in this tab. You can modify, regenerate and delete them.

Scheduled reports log

All scheduled generated reports can be visible in this tab. In case you did not received them via email, or don't need to, you can review them all here.

Tools Send command

Commands can be sent via GPS or SMS(sms gateway must be enabled (Setup->SMS)).

Type - if you select custom command, you will be able to send RAW GPS command to the device or select GPS template you created in Setup->GPS Templates.

If you want to see your specified GPS commands for selected device only, please go to Objects->Edit->Advanced->Show GPS templates only.


In order to send sms command to the device, sms gateway must be enabled (Setup->SMS).

Tools Other

Ruler

To check distance between 2 or more points, click Tools->Ruler and start clicking on the map.

POI

POI - point of interest. These are the icons that you can put anywhere in the map and create label for it.

Show point

With this tool you can see point on the map by entering coordinates or address.

Show address

Shows an address by coordinates.

Widgets

This feature is not yet available

Reports Samples

Events


Summary of all triggered events and alerts.

Drives and stops


This report shows how many times device was moving and stopping. Duration of each move/stop, route length and additional information.
If fuel sensor is configured, fuel consumption will be calculated automatically in the report by fuel sensor values.

Drives and stops / Drivers - drives and stops sorted out by each driver.
Drives and stops / Geofences - shows drives and stops in geofences.

Fuel level


Displays fuel level for selected period. Fuel sensor must be configured before using this report.

Fuel fillings


Displays fuel fillings for selected period. Fuel sensor must be configured before using this report. Fuel fillings detection can be configured in Objects->Edit->Accuracy (same for fuel thefts report).

General information


Summary of all selectred GPS devices about routes, distance traveled, move duration, overspeed count, fuel consumption, engine hours, etc.

General information (merged)


Same as general information report, but merged in 1 table.

General information (merged) custom


Same as general information report, but split into multiple tables by GPS device.

Geofence in/out


Summary of selected geofences for selected devices.

Geofence in/out 24 hour mode report:
Standard geofence report:
In time: 12.00 hours 21.1.2016
Out time: 8.00 hours 22.1.2016
– spent time 20 hours

24 hour mode: spent time is being separated on midnight:
In time: 12.00 hours 21.1.2016
Out time: 0.00 hours 22.1.2016
– spent time 12 hours

In time: 0.00 hours 21.1.2016
Out time: 8.00 hours 22.1.2016
– spent time 8 hours

Overspeed


Before generating this report, speed limit must be set. Speed above will be counted as overspeed.
Underspeed report is almost the same - counts values below speed limit.

RAG (Driver's performance)


Harsh braking and harsh acceleration sensors must be configured first, in order for this report to be generated. Final scores are calculated in excel file by formula. You can adjust that formula any time.

Temperature


At least 1 sensor with temperature template must be created. You can create multiple sensors using temperature template and all those sensors will be showed in the report.

Travel sheet


Summary of all travels of the device for selected period of time. By clicking on the coordinates you will be redirected to the map. It is also possible to see address instead of coordinates if you tick "shows addresses" tickbox while generating report.

Plugins

Plugins can be enabled or disabled in admin control panel and they are found in admin->setup->plugins. Below are list of plugins and descriptions what they do. This page is constantly updating as more plugins are developed from time to time.

Objects list

Once enabled, an additional icon will appear in objects list. This icon will open up new window with additional configurable information.





Business / Private drives

If enabled, it will be possible to add additional sensors for business and private drives. If those sensors are added, you will be able to see those drives in history in different color and also generate drives and stops reports which will show information about business and private drives only.

How to start using the TRAKINGPRO.COM software ?

Look at our list of supported GPS trackers here, and find out if your device is supported by GPS tracking software, if not please contact us.

If you do not have GPS tracker, you can buy one from our website. From your Android / iPhone mobile devices you will be linked to the GPS trackers. The TrakingPro App is available here- Android & iOS.

How Does GPS tracking works ?

With TRAKINGPRO.COM online tracking software you can monitor thousands of objects including vehicles, pets and even persons, and display their locations (real-time exact location) on the map in your web browser or mobile.

The TRAKINGPRO.COM server allows user to:
• Track objects (vehicle, cargo, person, pet, bike, mobile) in real time;
• Get notifications about important events (Geo fence, over speeding etc.);
• Save fuel;
• Generate various reports;
• View historical tracks and many more.

The GPS tracking software provided by TRAKINGPRO.COM is user-friendly and suitable for personal use or business purposes. We offer affordable prices and you can buy all the equipment online. TRAKINGPRO.COM provides a GPS tracking system which is compatible with most of GPS trackers including mobile devices (Android, Windows, iPhone). Furthermore, the GPS tracking servers are constantly improved and updated with new features.

To start tracking you will require one GPS tracking device for each object you want to track. GPS tracking device receives position information from GPS satellites, and forwards it to TRAKINGPRO servers. Your GPS tracker needs to have an Internet connection to send position data to TRAKINGPRO servers. The most common option is to use a data subscription in 2G or 3G mobile networks (standard SIM cards).

SMTP Gmail

If you are using Cloud or GPS Server software and are unable to setup gmail SMTP server, please make sure to turn on access for less secure apps and unlock captcha:

https://www.google.com/settings/u/0/security/lesssecureapps
https://accounts.google.com/b/0/DisplayUnlockCaptcha

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