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Monitoring is the basic App which commonly used for general tasks:

  • Real-time tracking on the map
  • View tracks history on the map
  • View events history on the map
  • Check current device status
  • Get current telemetry readings
Max GPS track Monitoring

User assets are listed in the Object list. It's a small window on the map which can be resized and moved within the screen.

You can also collapse and expand Object list when needed. For doing it, simply click on the arrow sign in its header.

History view

When you select one or multiple items in the object list, three tool buttons appear below the list:

  • Tracks. This tool allows to see tracks on the map.
  • Events. Show events on the map for the selected date/time range.
  • Time machine. Playback the history how the assets moved in some particular day, using the animation.

Context menu

You will get the context menu it contains links to the tools from other Apps which you can apply to the selected object.

We provide wide set of tools to work with maps, addresses, tags, POIs, geofences, directions and many other items which have relation to visualisation of assets and geospatial information.

Basic tools

Basic map toolbar is located in the bottom of the screen.

  • Measure distance and area. Set a few locations to calculate the distance between them or get the area of the polygon with vertex in those points.
  • Show street traffic. Use Google maps and other sources to view the traffic in the streets.
  • Directions. Get directions between selected points on the map, see the length of the route.
  • Show places (POIs). You can upload POIs, define colors and icons to them. By setting up the reference point you'll be able to sort the object list by distance from that point.
  • Change map. Switch map layers to get the desired detalization of the surface or satellite view. Dozens of maps are supported.
  • Map scale. Use mouse scroll or map scaling tool to zoom in/out the map.
  • Map search. Search by address or your POIs names. For the geocoding different source database / sources can be used - as defined in user preferences section.
  • Clear map. Remove events, tracks and other items you don't need any more from them map.
  • Geofences. Create geofences and show/hide them off the map.
  • Layers. Add your custom layers over the map layer. E.g. it can be premises or communications your company maintain. You can create as many layers as you want by uploading the data from KML files.
  • Map overview. A smaller map which makes easier to navigate within different parts of the big map.

Route to the point

The platform can easily create a route between two addresses or points on the map. It is possible within the same city as well as between different places.

To create a route you are to point its start and its end. The system will create a route automatically. In case you need to make the route more exact, you should point one or several intermediate places drugging the middle of a route.

"Route to this point" function

You have a possibility to create a route to the chosen object. The route will be built to a particular place showing distance and average time. This function helps to indicate arrival time to the address. It is very helpful in case you need to estimate time from current destination to any desired place, for example if you are waiting for internet shop's order or food delivery, you will be able to see its arrival time.

Geo-coder settings

"Route to this point" function is based on geo - data from different geo-coders. The geo-coder can be set up in your account settings. The default geo-coder is "OSM"

Points of Interest

Points of Interest (POI) is a very useful feature as for organizations so for end users. Any user can create a list of POIs for his or her convenience - it can be just a couple of places (like home, work, supermarket, etc.) or include thousands of POIs (for needs of the logistic manager).

There are several parameters you can set for each POI:
  • Name. You can use any name you want, like Office, Warehouse or Accounts Department - choose a label that fits your purposes and will help you find your POI easily.
  • Icon. You can use any picture from the library or upload it from your PC.
  • Tags. Tags are used to work with big amount of POI and are very helpful if you have more than several dozen POIs. There's no limit in the quantity of tags, the same POI can be identified by several tags, but we'll get to that later.
What do I need POIs for?
  • Finding objects on the map - you don't have to specify the whole address anymore. Just type the name or tag you assigned to the POI and you'll have the list with all the matches.
  • Creating routes and geofences - you can easily find place on the map and draw a circle or polygon. You can also create a route between several POIs, let's say between your office and warehouse.
  • Assigning tasks to the employees - instead of the whole address of their destination you can just use the name of the right POI and our system will create the task.


You can use directions to find the shortest route between two or more locations. The same tool can also be used in the Route deviation rule to control a vehicle keeps going the predefined way without deviating from it.

Street view

When you are going somewhere you have not been before, it's not only about getting the direction there, but also about understanding how that place looks like. Imagine you send your driver to pick some goods. Then you should probably make preliminary research is there enough space for the truck or what is the road surface quality there.


Geofence is a virtual perimeter for a real geographic area.

Introduction to Geofences

Geofences are used to define virtual perimeters. The system can control whether object crossed geofence border (either "in" or "out"). All these events are logged, so user can obtain geofence reports and receive alerts.

Moreover, you can assign various rules for events to particular geofences. For example, if you need to get speeding alerts only within a certain area (e.g. in city) or route.

Geofence types

There are three basic types of geofences available:

  • Circle - geographical area with a given centre and the shape of a circle with a minimum radius of 20 meters (radius and centre of the circle are defined by user).
  • Polygon - area bounded by an arbitrary polygon with any number of vertices.
  • Route - allows to create a virtual perimeter between two (or more) points. E.g., it is used in order to ensure that a vehicle doesn't leave a predetermined route, and if it does, an alarm can be set to inform the interested party.
Color Your Geofences

You have a possibility to colour created geofences for better visualization. It is very helpful in case you have a lot of geofences on the map. So you are able to divide them into groups and distinguish them at a glance. For example, offices may be painted in red, warehouses in blue and parkings in grey.

Track view is one of the basic tools commonly used to see the location history. We provide powerful and easy way to view tracks for the chosen date and time range.

View tracks

You can retrieve track list and view those tracks on the map - for any date range under the limitation according to your tariff plan.

Track printing

Besides the possibility to save your tracks as KML-files, you may print them on a map. Printed route will be a great supplement to any report (about tracks, fuel consumption etc.). It is very useful for any kind of enterprise that works with delivering, cargo and passenger transportation or mobile staff.

Those events which were registered according to the Rules set by customer, can be viewed on the map in Monitoring app and in Reports app. In this section we explain how to view them on the map.

View events

You can retrieve event list and view them on the map for any data range under the limitations of your tariff plan.

Time Machine is a tool which allows you to playback the history of movement of your assets for any chosen date - as though you travel in the past.

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