GpsGate Server can do more than real time GPS tracking


GpsGate Server can do more than real time GPS tracking.

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In addition to real time GPS tracking GpsGate Server has advanced functionality to help solve business issues, improve productivity and enhance the user experience.

Cool GpsGate Server functionality:

  • Vehicle and Alarm Clustering: Group multiple objects to improve visibility on busy maps
  • Roles, Views and Workspaces: Manage your users access and adapt the user interface to their tasks
  • Event Rule Wizard: Set up new business rules and alerts in minutes
  • Dynamic Tags: Configure views that automatically show the “right” vehicles on the map
  • GpsGate Mobile: Manage your fleet from your iPhone and Android devices
  • Device Manager: Batch management of multiple tracking devices
  • One-click updates: Update your server and add new features directly in the web interface

GpsGate helps you simplify and improve your business!
Read more about cool GpsGate Server functionality

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GpsGate Reporting

We have published a guide that shows you how to setup and configure your own reports in GpsGate Server. You can use this guide to understand how to change the standard GpsGate Reports and how to add new ones.

GpsGate Reporting Guide

Get GpsGate Server!

GpsGate Server has a freelicense for five users both for private and commercial use.

Download GpsGate Server

Track your laptop with GpsGate Client

You can track your laptop on GpsGate Server using the free GpsGate Client.

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GpsGate video tutorials

GpsGate videos
Have a look at our collection of video tutorials to get familiar with GpsGate Server.

GpsGate videos

Is your GPS tracking device supported?

GpsGate Server supports well over 100 different tracking devices. New devices are added all the time!

Supported device list



Finding the right maps for your Garmin Nuvi

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Garmin: New features and capabilties for G3X


G3X 2-screenThe software update theme continues this week as we address some recent software upgrades to the G3X system. Last month, version 6.40 was released, which includes many new features and capabilities including support for GTS 8xx traffic systems, the option to display the G-meter on PFD, the option to display track-up orientation on the PFD HSI, added support for GNS 480 MapMX data and more. Get this update free from the Garmin website!

Here’s a closer look at what you’ll get with the new G3X software:

The G3X can now interface with the GTS 8XX traffic systems, allowing the G3X to display traffic information for transponder-equipped aircraft in your vicinity. To assist with traffic advisories, aural traffic alerts are possible as well.

Another new feature is MapMX, which is now available when using the GNS 480 as your external GPS navigator. This feature allows the G3X to display a more accurate flight path on the moving map page, including procedure turns and holds.

G3x_track_hsi_2displayYou can also now display the HSI instrument on the PFD in a track-up orientation. Put simply, this feature automatically rotates the HSI to put the aircraft’s ground track at the top, which lets you fly with the course pointer at the top of the instrument regardless of crosswinds. In this screenshot, you can see that a 26-knot direct crosswind is trying to push us off course, but the HSI has rotated to show the ground track at the top; magnetic heading is still available on the heading tape at the top of the display. This handy feature can help reduce the pilot’s workload by taking the guesswork out of wind correction angles, which makes following the desired course a “breeze”.

G3x_g_meter G3x_g_meter_setupFor those who are looking to be a little more adventurous, we’ve added a large, easy-to-read G-meter to the PFD. The range of G values displayed on the gauge can be configured to match your aircraft, and there are indicators to show the maximum positive and negative G’s recorded since last being reset by the pilot.