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  Examples of Reports Available on GouldTrack
Posted by: Gould Electronics - 08-15-2017, 08:37 AM - Forum: GouldTrack's Website - No Replies

This page gives you visual examples of how Gouldtrack reports work. Scroll down to review each report. 

 Green Driving
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This is a green driving violation report, generated using data from the Teltonika FM3620. This type of report will display any triggered events sent to the tracking, this includes harsh braking, harsh accelerating and harsh braking.
 
 
Location History
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Location History – This will display all the fixes that have been received from the selected device.
 
 
First and Last Location
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First and Last location – This will display the location that the vehicle first started at, at the beginning of the day, as well as showing where the vehicle ended up at the end of the day.
 
Average speed
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Average speed – This is a report where you are able to select a group of vehicles, set the parameters for minimum speed and average speed.
 
 
Enter/Leave Geofence
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Enter/Leave Geofence – This will make a report of all the times that the specified vehicle enters and leaves the specified Geofence.
 
 
Last Fix
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Last Fix – This will allow you to make a report with vehicles specified on Gouldtrack that displays the last fix’s received from the trackers, As well as giving you the Google Map’s link and address.
 
Mileage
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Mileage – By selecting vehicles from your list on the tracking we are able to generate a report with a specified stop and start date to calculate the total mileage on the vehicles.
 
Overspeed
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Overspeed – This will generate a overspeed report for the selected vehicles with the specified limit, Listing all the fix’s that came in with a speed higher than selected.

Vehicle History in Area
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Vehicle History in Area – Using a map, and selecting the area as well as the radius for that area we are able to generate a report that will show us the activity of selected groups/vehicles in the radius.

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  Updating the Novus Camera's
Posted by: Gould Electronics - 08-15-2017, 08:30 AM - Forum: Dash Cameras - No Replies

Camera Firmware Update 3.6v for Ruby 100/150 – with Default Settings

IMPORTANT:

It is important that the correct compatible firmware is used to update the camera. Using the incorrect firmware update could cause damage to the camera. Please check the below spec to ensure this is the correct firmware update for your camera.

This firmware update is for the HD dual lens cameras only: Ruby100 and Ruby150 with serial number starting with VRK.


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If you are unsure if this is the correct firmware update for your camera, please email admin@novusauto.com and send the following details:

Camera serial number:

Camera modal number:

Date of purchase:

If this is the correct firmware update for your Ruby100 or Ruby150 with standard settings, please follow the instructions below:

Step 1 – Format the SD Card

Insert an appropriate SD Card (32Gb or less) into your computer and reformat as follows;

  1. Select Start Menu
  2. Select My Computer
  3. Left click once on the SD Card to highlight
  4. Right click once on the SD Card to produce the windows pop up menu
  5. Left click on “Format…” from the list and the appropriate pop up window will appear
  6. Ensure that the options show the correct capacity for your card
  7. Set File system to FAT32 and Allocation unit size to 32 Kilobytes
  8. Ensure that Quick Format is ticked
  9. Left Click on the Start button at the bottom of the Format window.
  10. Once complete, close the Format window.
Step 2 – Download The Firmware

Please follow the link [url=http://www.filedropper.com/view-ihdsnovusruby100v36noautoformat]HERE and download the firmware update onto your computer desktop.

This will take you to Filedropper web page and click the Download This File button.

You do not have to sign in or register to Filedropper.

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Step 3 – Transferring The Firmware Update onto the SD Card

With your freshly formatted SD Card in the computer open the folder that you downloaded from our dropbox so that the 3 x .bin files are visible in a window. Highlight all 3 files, right click on the highlight and select copy.

Go again to your start menu and into my computer and double click on the SD Card so that an empty window appears. Right Click in the window and select paste.

The 3 x .bin files should now be visible within your card window.

Close all windows and safely eject your SD Card.

Step 4 – Updating Your Camera

  1. Insert the card with the 3 x .bin files
  2. Power on your camera
  3. The camera will go through a series of light flashing sequences while the firmware is downloaded. Once complete, the camera will switch off, then power back on to a standard boot sequence.
  4. Power down your camera and remove the card with the 3 x .bin files
  5. Firmware update complete. You can now re-insert your original card back onto camera to continue recording. Highly recommended you format this card before if not done already.

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  How To Install Gould Pager (LOCKED DOWN MODE)
Posted by: Gould Electronics - 08-15-2017, 07:51 AM - Forum: Gould Pager - No Replies

Set up the locked mode without phone rooting

In order to install the Gould Electronics pager, follow the instructions below:
 
 
1. Install kiosk app
 
1.1. Connect the phone to your PC by USB.  If it asks for permission to access data, tap "Allow". 1.2. Copy APK files (headwind-kiosk.apk and GouldPager.XXX.apk) to the SD card.
1.3. Disconnect the phone from the computer.
1.4. Install both apps using the File Manager app.
1.5. If the installation is blocked, click "Settings" in the popup window, find "Unknown Sources" and set the switch "Allow installation of apps from sources other than Google Play Store".
1.6. Kiosk may fail after first start, this is normal (it doesn't yet have rights to start in locked mode).
 
2. Prepare the installation PC
 
2.1. Install Android Studio (https://developer.android.com/studio/index.html) or ADB (Android Debug Bridge) drivers (http://dl.adbdriver.com/upload/adbdriver.zip).
 
3. Setup the kiosk mode
 
3.1. Open Settings, About Phone, Software Info. Tap 7 times on the "Build Number" option. The Developer options will then reveal.
3.2. Open Settings, Developer options, select "USB Debug", allow USB debugging (set the checkbox "Always allow debugging from this computer”).
3.3. Connect the phone to your PC again (the ADB device must be recognized by Windows). Tap "Allow debugging from this computer" on the phone.
3.4. Open "platform-tools" on the PC, run "script.bat". You must not get any error messages.
3.5. On the phone, open Settings, Apps, Home Screen, select "Kiosk".
 
4. Setup the kiosk app
 
4.1. If you need to setup a specific logo in the Gouldtrack Pager, save it to an SD card (the recommended logo size is 512x512px).
4.2. Run "Headwind Kiosk"
4.3. Configure the GouldTrack Pager application. Set the Pager ID which is setup in the GouldTrack web app. Select the logo which is uploaded to phone in section 4.1 if required.
4.4. Start the pager app in kiosk mode by tapping "Start Pager in Kiosk Mode".
 
5. Exit the kiosk mode
 
5.1. To exit the kiosk mode, tap 10 times in top left corner of the screen, then enter password: 12345678 (or another password if you have changed it).
 
6. Troubleshooting
 
If the script.bat returned any of the following messages, it means there are already some accounts enabled on the device. The simplest solution is to do the factory reset.
  
java.lang.IllegalStateException: Not allowed to set the device owner because there are already some accounts on the device
        at android.os.Parcel.readException(Parcel.java:1607)
        at android.os.Parcel.readException(Parcel.java:1552)
        at android.app.admin.IDevicePolicyManager$Stub$Proxy.setDeviceOwner(IDevicePolicyManager.java:3515)
        at com.android.commands.dpm.Dpm.runSetDeviceOwner(Dpm.java:114)
        at com.android.commands.dpm.Dpm.onRun(Dpm.java:82)
        at com.android.internal.os.BaseCommand.run(BaseCommand.java:47)
        at com.android.commands.dpm.Dpm.main(Dpm.java:38)
        at com.android.internal.os.RuntimeInit.nativeFinishInit(Native Method)
        at com.android.internal.os.RuntimeInit.main(RuntimeInit.java:251)
 

 
 

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  Installing the GouldTrack App!
Posted by: Gould Electronics - 08-12-2017, 03:02 PM - Forum: GouldTrack App - No Replies

How to install the GouldTrack App: 
 
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To install the GouldTrack App on your iOS (Apple) device, find the App Store app on your home screen. Search for GouldTrack.  
Alternatively, use this link:

To install the GouldTrack App on your Android device, open the Play Store on your home screen and search for GouldTrack. 
Alternatively, use this link:
 
 
How to log in to the App: 
 
If you have been registered with us, then tap the "Login as corporate customer" button. If you are a new user and want to test the app before paying for 2+ users, login via social media or email.
 
The screen will look like this, Login with the details given or create your account.
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If successful you should be logged in and presented with a map and your location, The app is now ready to track.
 
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Your device will now also be tracking on Gouldtrack.co.uk - To view this just enter the address on a computer and login.

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Lightbulb How to Generate Reports
Posted by: Gould Electronics - 08-12-2017, 02:01 PM - Forum: GouldTrack's Website - No Replies

How to make reports when using the GouldTrack app


Go to GouldTrack.co.uk on your computer or your Tablet, It will bring you to this page:

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If you made your account on the app and signed up through Google Plus or Facebook, then select “Mobile User?” It will give you the option to login to GouldTrack with your alternate account.

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Once you are logged in you will be at the Tracking home page.

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Go to the “Reports” tab on the toolbar:

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Click this and it will bring this menu down:

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Select the report you would like to generate. For example, a Location History Report:

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Firstly, select the Type, Group and device you would like to view the history of, and the the start + end date.
CSV is a common file format that can be opened by most processing software, or you can choose XLSX.  This is a Microsoft extension that can be opened in Excel.
Gould Electronics offer a KML format. You will need Google earth installed for this. Once Google Earth is installed, you generate the report to open Google Earth, and you can point the coordinates on the map.

If you made a report in CSV format, You may be prompted with a box that asks you how you would like to store the file. Chrome users may find that the box prompt will not appear and the report will start to download automatically.
Click the downloaded file and you will be prompted with this box (or similar):
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If you do not have openoffice or Microsoft office to install and you are unable to open the file, you can download a free piece of software called CSV Viewer. Here is a virus scan to ensure it is safe to use: Link

Open the file with your chosen program:
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It will open and look like this table:
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Lightbulb Basic GouldTrack Features
Posted by: Gould Electronics - 08-12-2017, 01:58 PM - Forum: GouldTrack's Website - No Replies

Watch this useful video to review the basic features of GouldTrack:


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