Tracking Toolbar (Details: Settings)

Find the "Tracking Toolbar" on the assets map tab.



  • Type the email address for each setting you would like to receive notifications for, and press enter to add a recipient.
  • The right-hand column will require adding information pertaining to the left column to work.

“Update Settings” to save your work; this should take about 20 minutes to reach the device.  

  • Battery low: Add a recipient to this setting to receive an alert when your device battery is low.
  • Device powered on: Add a recipient to this setting to receive an alert when your device is powered on.
  • Ignition on: Add a recipient to this setting to receive an alert when you have turned the vehicle ignition on.
  • External Power connect: Add a recipient to this setting to receive an alert when your device has been connected to the battery/OBD port. This setting will be for hardwired and OBD devices.
  • External power disconnect: Add a recipient to this setting to receive an alert when your device has been disconnected from the battery/OBD port.
  • Device not reporting: Add a recipient to this setting to receive an alert when your device stops reporting.
  • Speed alert (device): Add a recipient to this setting to receive an alert when your vehicle obtains a sustained speeding event.
  • Set speed threshold: Adding a threshold is required to receive a speed alert. A speed threshold is a limit your vehicle is allowed to go before receiving an alert (select from the dropdown)
  • Fast start: Add a recipient to this setting to receive an alert when your vehicle makes a fast start.
  • Alert on rapid acceleration:
  • Hard braking: Add a recipient to this setting to receive an alert when your vehicle makes a hard break.
  • Alert of rapid deceleration:
  • Trip report: Add a recipient to this setting to receive an alert when your vehicle makes a trip.
  • Trips are defined as being longer than: You are required to add this feature when adding a trip report.
  • Speed alert (posted): Add a recipient to this setting to receive an alert when a vehicle is speeding.
  • Allowed speed over posted limit: This is the feature you are required to add to receive a speed alert. Allowed speed over the posted limit is the KM over the speed limit of your choice before you receive an alert.