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GSatTrack How to Series: Messaging

GSatTrack's messaging features are a great way to maximize the functionality of your ecosystem's devices that also support two-way messaging. Scott shows us exactly how these features work in this short video.


GSatTrack How to Series: Send Command

GSatTrack's Send Command feature allows you to manage and configure your devices over the air, in real time, without the need for programming or technical knowledge. Scott walks us through the feature and its applications.


GSatTrack How to Series: Delete an Asset

Deleting Assets from the portal is not recommended, as there will be no way to get the deleted entity's position history back, but in the event you need to do so, Scott's here to show you the moves to make that happen.


GSatTrack How to Series: Logs

Logs are a great way to get data from individual assets without having to run a report. Scott walks us through the Log options available directly in the Live and History views.


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...


Construction Companies use GSatTrack for BIM

Most GIS systems incorporate mapping imagery or layers is by purchasing licenses from a single mapping provider. This provider may also offer additional historical satellite imagery for use by the GIS provider, but the images provided may be antiquated or out of date, with recent construction or natural events...


GSatTrack How to Series: Accessing the UI

Scott walks us through the basics of the GSatTrack User Interface.


GSatTrack How to Series: Live Mode

Scott shows us the basic interface for the Live Mode in GSatTrack.


GSatTrack How to Series: Map Tiles

Scott takes a minute to explain the different map view options from the map control panel.


GSatTrack How to Series: Map Layers

In this mega-episode (almost 5 minutes of action!) of the GSatTrack How to Series, Scott breaks down the use of the map layers available to the portal users, as well as the ways in which users can customize their layers to include specialized data, information, and visuals.


GSatTrack How to Series: Upload File

Scott demonstrates the way GSatTrack can ingest custom KML, Geofences, and Places by parsing an upload file.


GSatTrack How to Series: Get Route

Scott runs through the process of mapping an asset from its current location to any place on the map, including destinations between.


GSatTrack How to Series: Map Controls - Show My Location

GSatTrack has the ability to display the location of the active user's device in the portal. This can be done with GPS information collected from a mobile device, or with your IP address if accessing from a laptop or desktop computer.


Telematics Service Providers Accelerate to Revenue

GSatTrack is Deploy Ready Expand Existing Projects, Address Untapped Market Opportunities

GSatTrack is a cloud-based hardware-agnostic telematics system that supports nearly all satellite products in the SATCOM industry as well as many cellular devices, and dual mode (Sat/Cell) devices built on a multilingual...


GSatTrack How to Series: Map Controls - Zoom

Scott shows us how to zoom in and out on the map view from the control panel in the upper left corner.


GSatTrack How to Series: Map Controls - Reveal All

In this video, Scott continues to show us the map control panel features, which includes a button to reveal all assets visible in the portal.


GSatTrack How To Series: Map Control Panel

Scott takes a minute to demonstrate the map control panel feature of GSatTrack. This is a basic overview of the buttons and their functions.


GSatTrack for Adventurers

GSatTrack Follows Nereida Around the World Sailing Solo

Jeanne Socrates became the oldest woman to complete a nonstop, solo circumnavigation of the world in July of 2013, sailing her monohull Najad 380 from Victoria, BC some 25,000 nautical miles over the course of approximately 9 months, earning her a spot in the...


GSatTrack and Forestry Telematics

In the summer of 2000, fire destroyed millions of acres of forest across the United States. In response, M. Chad Bolding, a Graduate Research Assistant, and Associate Professor Dr. Bobby L. Lanford at the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences of Auburn University performed a study to investigate the feasibility...


Product Quick Look: GSatTrack

Better Vision: New GSatTrack UI

We released a new version of GSatTrack a little over a month ago, which included a number of changes to the user experience that were responses to our conversations with clients over the years. One of the most obvious changes was to the user interface, and to the menu structure for...