Introduction to Monitoring

Harness all of the insights from your data ecosystem in a single, cloud-based portal

GSatTrack gives managers the power to view the location, behavior, and other telematics data collected by assets in their organization’s technology ecosystem. Assets can be grouped and sorted, interfaces and user permissions customized, and alerts or reports automated to suit the needs of the organization.

Data Visualization is the primary need for GSatTrack users and clients, as each of them has a variably extensive ecosystem of data collection nodes, each of which reports its prescribed activity to the portal on an interval basis or by asset operators manually. With GSatTrack, managers can see their entire ecosystem, diagnose problems, identify risks, and pinpoint inefficiencies, which can save time, resources, and even in some cases, the lives of people working with assets in those ecosystems.


Control of your entire suite of hardware devices at your fingertips from one portal


Leverage operational data in near-real time to achieve operational and efficiency goals

Monitor Any Type Of Asset

Universal & Device Agnostic

GSatTrack is a universal solution, capable of ingesting, processing, and routing data within almost any ecosystem given proper integration. GSatTrack offers API tools to process data as an engine, but also has been programmed to manage assets from a number of hardware producers that represent the lion’s share of data gathering devices on the market. Whenever a client using the GSatTrack portal adds a hardware device that is new to the system, the configuration settings for gathering data from that device type can be utilized by other GSatTrack customers with the same hardware make and model. Most hardware comes with a Software Development Kit (SDK) or API tool that allows products like GSatTrack to integrate them seamlessly, so if the device you want to use isn’t already part of GSatTrack’s supported devices list, contact us to set it up.

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Find Your Industry

Cross-industry solutions provide a wide variety of integration options for your business and assets

Examples of Asset Types

  • Personnel/People
  • Light Vehicles
  • Commercial Vehicles
  • Mobile Devices
  • Rotorcraft
  • Fixed position sensors (includes SCADA)
  • Heavy machinery
  • Merchant marine vessels
  • Fishing Vessels
  • Leisurecraft
  • Rail
  • Animals
  • Aircraft
  • Containers
  • Rocket and recovery

Monitoring The Behavior Of Things

View location, behavior, and other telematics data

In addition to knowing where assets are, it is equally important and increasingly more possible to know what it is doing at all times as well. Technology has evolved to gather and package that data, and GSatTrack is ready to receive and display that information so managers can leverage the most useful information about their ecosystem. Knowing, for example, not only that a given truck with a large shipment of product is on a highway in the middle of Montana, but also that it is traveling at an average speed of 63 mph, burning fuel at an average rate of 13 mpg, will give managers insight on the driver’s performance, observance of the laws and safety regulations, and attention to resource conservation.

Asset behavior monitoring can also be employed to help with safety and maintenance needs of any organization. Managers can keep track of the assets that are in need of regular maintenance without letting them go into a state of disrepair, costing the company for downtime and potentially more expensive repairs. As far as safety is concerned, a number of usage indicators as well as alerts can be set up so managers can monitor for unsafe operation or dangerous environmental circumstances.

Being able to leverage this information in near-real time can save time, resources, and even lives, especially when managers configure alerts and automated notifications or protocols.

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Examples of Behaviors

  • Vehicle or vessel speed
  • Pipeline pressure
  • Maintenance indicators (lights, gauges, and other sensors)
  • Ocean currents
  • Heart rate and other biometrics
  • Wind speeds and direction
  • Passenger load on public transport
  • Available parking spots
  • Drift and separation of river barges
  • Rainfall and soil water levels
  • Cargo load weight
  • Fuel consumption and efficiency
  • Power consumption and efficiency
  • Idle times for assets, personnel, and equipment

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