Blog Guides


Nov

21

2016

Using Single Sign On with Okta

In this blog post, we will walk you through how to use Single Sign On with Okta. Single Sign On is mechanism where a single action of login provides access to multiple services including GpsGate server. As one of the main benefits it reduces the number of passwords you need to remember and it also decrease the time spent on login to various services.

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Nov

15

2016

Apps and Auto Completion of Jobs

In GpsGate you can create jobs for drivers. With Apps you can write a script to complete dispatched jobs automatically when the driver has reached the place.

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Oct

17

2016

Updated table controls in the Web UI

We have updated the table controls in the VehicleTracker application that are used to list data such as Vehicles, Tracks, Track Points, Events, and so on. Here is a summary of the enhanced functionality.

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Oct

13

2016

Batch Update Users

This feature allows you to batch update user properties, custom fileds, devices, and user tags using simple CSV files.

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Sep

06

2016

Live and buffered data: how it works with GpsGate Server

Tracking devices generally submit live data reports as a priority when there is communication with the server. Data buffering allows supported devices to store data in their internal memory when communication with the server is not possible. This blog will explain how GpsGate Server deals with buffered and live data and how they affect the execution of Live Event Rules.

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Aug

16

2016

How to customize your Trip Definition using different Inputs

In some specific cases you may want to have a Trip Definition based on an input signal (ex. Ignition). This configuration will allow you to define the "idle" of the vehicle (Fatpoints) when is fully parked with the engine off (and not standing still in a traffic light, for example). With this method you will be able to generate Fatpoints based on different inputs rather than the default GPS Movement.

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Jun

13

2016

Running your GpsGate Server on Amazon Cloud

You can use Amazon Web Services (AWS) as cloud infrastructure to run your GpsGate server. To facilitate the process, GpsGate provides an "Amazon Machine Image (AMI)" that can be used to create a fresh GpsGate Server installation.

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