We are working hard to make GpsGate Server the preferred GPS tracking platform for developers to build on and integrate with other systems. Evidence of our efforts can be found in the open architecture, extensive support for scripting, and web services.
As a developer you have the opportunity to add support for new tracking devices, integrate GpsGate to other systems using web services, build custom reports and customize the work flow inside GpsGate using scripting.
GpsGate Server Scripting
Create your own business policies
With scripting you can customize the functionality and business logic to solve your business problems with the GpsGate Server platform. Scripting can be applied in many areas, such as Event Rules, Device Mappers, Reports and Web services. You can even create your own applications using App scripts.
GPS Tracking Device integration to GpsGate Server
GpsGate TrackerOne is a reference design for how a tracker unit interacts with GpsGate Server.
TrackerOne can be implemented as a software client on a mobile phone, or similar mobile device. Or as a black box tracker device. The TrackerOne reference design is focused on tracker / server interaction and leaves the field open for how the actual software and hardware is designed and implemented.
Server Side integration to GpsGate Server
GpsGate Server Developer’s Guide
Server side customization and integration to external systems can be done with web services and scripting in the GpsGate Server platform.Learn more
GPS in Browser
GPS in browser
This feature in GpsGate Client will allow web pages to read the position from a GPS connected to your local computer in a safe and controlled way. This opens up for very cool web applications which can become position aware.
Some example applications are to make a form that automatically includes a GPS position before it is posted to a web server. Or a map displayed in the browser which marks out your current position.