GPS

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Summary[edit | edit source]

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based radionavigation system. This chapter is an overview of the GPS function in RUT955 routers.

GPS[edit | edit source]

The GPS window displays your current coordinates and position on the map.

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GPS Settings[edit | edit source]

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field name value description
Enable GPS service yes | no; Default: no Toggles GPS ON or OFF
Enable GPS data to server yes | no; Default: no Enables automatic GPS data transferring to a remote server
Remote host/IP address host | ip; Default: 212.47.99.61 Server IP address or domain name to send the coordinates to
Port integer [0..65535]; Default: 17050 Server port used for data transfer
Protocol TCP | UDP; Default: TCP Protocol to be used for data transfer to server

TAVL Settings[edit | edit source]


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field name value description
Send GSM signal yes | no; Default: no Includes GSM signal strength information in GPS data package to be sent to server
Send analog input yes | no; Default: no Includes analog input state in GPS data package to be sent to server
Send digital input (1) yes | no; Default: no Includes digital input #1 state in GPS data package to be sent to server
Send digital input (2) yes | no; Default: no Includes digital input #2 state in GPS data package to be sent to server

GPS Mode[edit | edit source]

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field name value description
Min period integer [1..999999]; Default: 5 Period (in seconds) for data collection
Min distance integer [1..999999]; Default: 200 Distance difference (in meters) between last registered and current coordinates to collect data (even if Min period has not passed yet)
Min angle integer [1..999999]; Default: 30 Minimal angle difference between last registered and current coordinates to collect data (even if Min period has not passed yet)
Min saved records integer [1..32]; Default: 20 Minimal amount of coordinates registered to send them to server immediately (even if Send period has not passed yet)
Send period integer [1..999999]; Default: 60 Period for sending collected data to server

The GPS configuration section allows to save several different configurations for GPS data collection. Active configuration is automaticaly selected when configured conditions are met.

field name value description
WAN Mobile | Wired | WiFi; Default: Mobile Interface which needs to be used to activate this configuration
Type Home | Roaming | Both; Default: Home Mobile connection state needed to activate this configuration
Digital isolated input Low logic level | High logic level | Both; Default: Low Input state needed to activate this configuration

GPS I/O[edit | edit source]

The GPS I/O window provides you with the possibility to configure GPS Input rules. To create a new Input rule select Input type and Trigger, both of which can be found in the GPS Input Configuration section, then click the Add button.

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field name value description
Enable yes | no; Default: no Toggles the rule ON or OFF
Input type Digital | Digital isolated | Analog; Default: Digital Which type of input the rule will apply to
Trigger Input open | Input shorted | Both; Default: Input open Trigger event for your intended configuration
Priority Low | High | Panic; Default: Low Different priority settings add different priority flags to event packets, and they can be displayed differently

GPS Geofencing[edit | edit source]

Geofencing is a feature which can detect whenever a device enters or leaves customized area.

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field name value description
Enable yes | no; Default: no Toggles GPS Geofencing ON or OFF
Longitude (X) real number [-180..180]; Default: 0.000000 Longitude of selected point
Latitude (Y) real number [-90..90]; Default: 0.000000 Latitude of selected point
Radius integer [1..999999]; Default: 200 Radius of selected area
Generate event on Exit | Enter | Enter/Exit; Default: Exit Specifies whether event takes place on exiting or entering the specified area or both
Get current coordinates - Gets current device coordinates from GPS

See also[edit | edit source]

RUT955 GPS protocols