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GSE Industrial Design: GSatSolar Part 6, The Complete Solution

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Series Overview This industrial design series is a great opportunity for us to show off the design processes we go through at GSE when we're creating new hardware products. This is the final piece of a six part series that points the spotlight at our new low-cost tracking terminal, the GSatSolar. If you have not read the other articles in this series, I suggest starting with the introduction piece by clicking here, because it has important...
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GSE Industrial Design: GSatSolar Part 5, Materials

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Series Overview This industrial design series is a great opportunity for us to show off the design processes we go through at GSE when we're creating new hardware products. This is the penultimate article in a six part series that points the spotlight at our new low-cost tracking terminal, the GSatSolar. If you have not read the other articles in this series, I suggest starting with the introduction piece by clicking here, because it has...
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GSE Industrial Design: GSatSolar Part 4, Modular Mounting

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Series Overview This industrial design series is a great opportunity for us to show off the design processes we go through at GSE when we're creating new hardware products. This is part 4 of a six part series that points the spotlight at our new low-cost tracking terminal, the GSatSolar. If you have not read the other articles in this series, I suggest starting with the introduction piece by clicking here, because it has important information...
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GSE Industrial Design: GSatSolar Part 3, Designing for Proper Use

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Series Overview This industrial design series is a great opportunity for us to show off the design processes we go through at GSE when we're creating new hardware products. This is part 3 of a six part series that points the spotlight at our new low-cost tracking terminal, the GSatSolar. If you have not read the other articles in this series, I suggest starting with the introduction piece by clicking here, because it has important information...
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GSE Industrial Design: GSatSolar Part 2, Shape and Aesthetics

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Series Overview This industrial design series is a great opportunity for us to show off the design processes we go through at GSE when we're creating new hardware products. This is part 2 of a six part series that points the spotlight at our new low-cost tracking terminal, the GSatSolar. If you have not read the other articles in this series, I suggest starting with the introduction piece by clicking here, because it has important information...
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GSE Industrial Design: GSatSolar Part 1, Introduction to the Process

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As you have no doubt seen by now, we are very close to launching the GSatSolar, a tracking terminal we have been developing for low-intelligence-requirement applications across multiple markets. GSE has historically applied its engineering expertise to intelligent hardware, placing emphasis on behavior tracking and telematics. This terminal gives us a new offering for "limited data matters" customers who do not necessarily need the full...
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GSatTrack Feature Guide: Places

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Feature Overview Places are, as the name implies, specific points on the map that have been saved to the user’s account in order to be accessed, referenced, visible, and/or utilized in combination with or by other features. Places can be actual places of interest, locations of significance, offices, homes, customer addresses, or even just reported positions that needed to be saved (for example: the exact location, date , and time where an...
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GSatTrack Feature Guide: Journeys

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Feature Overview The Journeys feature gives users the ability to save segments of their assets’ position report history as a viewable element that can be displayed on the Live and History views as well. Journeys are collections of Trips, which are individual reporting history segments that are defined by the user. Journeys can be collections of as many Trips as the user wants, and the number of data points in each Trip can be as little as one...
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GSatTrack Feature Guide: Shared Views

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Feature Overview The Shared View feature provides account holders with a much more intuitive means of sharing data with non-portal users. Giving the account holder the ability to limit the visibility of data to specified Assets, Places, Geofences, Drivers, and date ranges, Shared Views provide complete control over information sharing. Feature Design Theory Solution Goals for Shared Views Many of our clients use (or in the case of future...
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Feature Highlight: GSatTrack - Journeys

New Feature Live in GSatTrack! We are incredibly excited to announce the release of a new feature for GSatTrack, which many of you may have already seen in the live version. Journeys, further broken into Trips, are collections of segments of asset reporting history. This is a feature set that we have been planning internally for nearly two years, and a recent partnership has made the need for it a reality. About Journeys and Trips Journeys give...
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