To view the current position of your tracker(s), expand the group containing the tracker(s) of interest, and then click on the tracker name(s). Their names will turn bold, indicating that they have been selected - for instance Gulf Princess and Persian Bulk.
Each time a tracker is selected on the control panel, a marker pin will appear on the map. By clicking on the device name again, you can deselect it. You can also select/deselect more tracker in the same way.
In the Map Controls tab of the Tools Panel, you will notice the selected tracker(s) listed there.
Now press the Show/Hide Tracks button. This will add a second Positions From: and Positions To: window underneath.
You can now see the position of your selected tracker(s) from and up to particular date. Positions starting from a particular date are entered on the left drop-down calendar. Positions up to a particular date are entered on the right drop-down calendar.
You can move the range slider to the date of your choice and see the positions of your tracker(s) at that particular date. Pressing on the right/left arrow keys underneath the range slider will visualise the movement of your tracker(s) forwards/backwards in time.
A tracker's GPS fixes can be shown on the screen by selecting the Show/Hide position button.
If you'd like to export your tracker's position data in table form, click on the cog next to its name and select Position Data.
Set the date for each drop-down calendar, press Done for each date, then Filter to display the data.
Your device's position data table features the following information:
Latitude of the position
Longitude of the position
Military Grid Reference System
Ordnance Survey Coordinates
Speed over ground (mph)
Course over ground (degrees)
Altitude of position (m above sea level)
External power at time of transmission
Battery percentage at time of transmission
Source of transmission coordinates (GPS or Iridium)
Circular error probability (km)
Temperature at time of transmission
Reason for particular transmission
GPS Geometric Dilution of Precision
Type of GPS position acquired
On top right of the table is a Download As button that allows you to export data in the following forms.
Microsoft Excel XLS spreadsheet.
Keyhole Markup Language files
GPS eXchange Format file
File with comma separated values
Updated about 3 years ago