1.1 - CTC GPS
Ver 1.1
Table of content
1
The Base Concepts...................................................................................................... 5
1.1
Accessing the site................................................................................................ 5
1.1.1
To Access the site ....................................................................................... 5
1.2
Environment........................................................................................................ 6
1.2.1
Identifying the different zones within the window ..................................... 6
1.3
Closing the session.............................................................................................. 6
1.3.1
Closing the session...................................................................................... 6
2
The « Dashboard » section.......................................................................................... 8
2.1
Quick link display. .............................................................................................. 8
2.2
Overview display. ............................................................................................... 8
3
The « Vehicles » section ............................................................................................. 9
3.1
The «Vehicles » tabs........................................................................................... 9
3.2
« Command Progress » panel ............................................................................. 9
3.2.1
Cleaning « Command Progress » panel ...................................................... 9
3.3
« Vehicles » panel............................................................................................. 10
3.3.1
Displaying additional vehicles.................................................................. 10
3.3.2
Page navigation......................................................................................... 10
3.3.3
Modifying vehicle information ................................................................. 12
3.3.4
Locating a vehicle ..................................................................................... 12
3.3.5
Acquiring device information ................................................................... 14
3.3.6
Enable, Warn, Disable .............................................................................. 14
3.3.7
Opening and closing the « Search » tab.................................................... 14
3.3.8
Performing a vehicle search...................................................................... 14
3.3.9
Performing a new search........................................................................... 15
3.4
« Map » window ............................................................................................... 15
3.4.1
Mapping engine ........................................................................................ 15
3.4.2
Changing the map viewing modes ............................................................ 16
3.4.3
Pulling up a map ....................................................................................... 20
3.5
« Fleet & group » tab ........................................................................................ 20
3.5.1
Creating a new vehicle group ................................................................... 20
3.5.2
Deleting a vehicle group ........................................................................... 22
3.5.3
Changing the name of the vehicle group .................................................. 22
3.6
« Scheduler » tab............................................................................................... 22
3.6.1
Creating a new schedule ........................................................................... 23
3.6.2
Deleting a schedule ................................................................................... 26
3.6.3
Changing the name and amount of vehicles in a schedule ....................... 26
3.6.4
Pausing an active schedule........................................................................ 26
4
« History » tab........................................................................................................... 28
4.1
Displaying additional section............................................................................ 28
4.2
Page navigation................................................................................................. 28
4.3
Opening and closing the « Search » tab............................................................ 29
4.4
Performing a commands search ........................................................................ 29
4.5
Performing a new search................................................................................... 29
4.6
Sorting the list of commands ............................................................................ 30
4.7
Accessing the vehicle summary........................................................................ 30
4.8
Accessing the location list ................................................................................ 30
4.9
Detailed command information ........................................................................ 30
5
« Summary, Location, commands » pop-up window ............................................... 32
5.1
Modifying vehicle information ......................................................................... 32
5.2
Viewing location history................................................................................... 32
5.3
Viewing commands history .............................................................................. 33
5.4
Performing a vehicle search.............................................................................. 34
6
« Activation » tab...................................................................................................... 36
6.1
« Activation » tab.............................................................................................. 36
7
« Account » tab ......................................................................................................... 37
7.1
« Company Info » tab ....................................................................................... 37
7.1.1
Modifying information on the company ................................................... 37
7.2
« User Profile » tab ........................................................................................... 38
7.2.1
Modifying information for the user. ......................................................... 38
7.2.2
Changing the user password. .................................................................... 38
« User management » tab.............................................................................................. 39
7.2.3
Creating a new user................................................................................... 39
7.2.4
Managing users. ........................................................................................ 40
7.3
« Buying credits » tab ....................................................................................... 41
7.3.1
Purchasing credits ..................................................................................... 41
Revision History
Name
Date
Description
Version
Daniel Lemieux
January 09, 2007
Initial Document
1.0
Daniel Lemieux
March 05, 2007
Update new information
1.1
Daniel Lemieux
September 12, 2007 Update new information
1.2
Daniel Lemieux
December 13th,
2007
2.0
Update new release
1 The Base Concepts
1.1 Accessing the site
To access the site you will require the following:
- A Web browser : Internet Explorer or other
- The Web Address
- Your Username
- Your Password
1.1.1 To Access the site
Now that you have everything you need, you can begin to access the site.
STEP BY STEP
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Open your Browser.
Enter the web address: http://www.imetrik.com
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Click on the
•
•
Click on the
Click on the
•
button
You will then see a window like the one below :
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Enter your username in the field labeled: Username
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Enter your password in the field labeled: Password
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Click on:
button
button
.
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You will then be viewing a window that looks like the following:
1.2 Environment
When you enter the site, you will see a window with many navigation options, below is a brief
description.
1.2.1
Identifying the different zones within the window
Sections
User
information
Closing the
session
Information
panel
1.3 Closing the session
Once you have completed your session it is important to close the workspace so no one else can
access it during your absence.
1.3.1
Closing the session
STEP BY STEP
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Click on the button
on the right hand of the tabs.
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2 The « Dashboard » section
The Dashboard is the welcome page and it contains short cuts as well as a summary of
information.
Short cuts
Overview
2.1 Quick link display.
Allows for navigation via shortcuts.
STEP BY STEP
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Click on the
button to go to the Activation page.
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Click on the
button to go to the vehicle page.
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Click on the
button to go to the Account page.
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Click on the
button to go to the buy credits page.
2.2 Overview display.
Allows for quick view of devices.
STEP BY STEP
• The total number of credits remaining.
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The total of number of devices in the account.
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3 The « Vehicles » section
3.1 The «Vehicles » tabs
Tabs
Progress panel
Commands panel
Main panel
Content selection display
3.2 « Command Progress » panel
This panel displays the progress of a command issued.
3.2.1 Cleaning « Command Progress » panel
Allows for emptying of the completed commands from the panel.
STEP BY STEP
•
Click on the button Clean
commands.
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to empty the list of completed
3.3 « Vehicles » panel
Allows for viewing the characteristics and state of the vehicles, and to make
modifications.
3.3.1 Displaying additional vehicles.
Allows for control over how many vehicles are displayed.
STEP BY STEP
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Click on the arrow on the right of
in the upper left
hand corner of the vehicle panel.
Select the number of vehicles that are to be displayed per page.
3.3.2 Page navigation
Allows for switching between pages if the display has more than one page.
STEP BY STEP
• To select one page in particular:
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•
click on the number of the page.
To navigate to a previous page :
click on the arrow on the left
To navigate back to the first page (if the page number is not visible) :
click on First on the left of the pages
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•
•
To navigate to the next page :
click on the arrow on the right
To navigate to the last page (if the number is not visible) :
click on Last on the right of the pages
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3.3.3 Modifying vehicle information
Allows for vehicle information to be changed.
STEP BY STEP
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click on the
option on the right side of the vehicle description.
A window like the one below will appear :
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Make the changes you like.
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Click on the button
window will appear.
to save the changes. A confirmation
3.3.4 Locating a vehicle
Allows for discovering the location of a vehicle.
STEP BY STEP
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•
With the appropriate vehicle or vehicles highlighted like so
click on the
button and the location where the vehicle is located will
appear on the pop-up window Map.
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3.3.5 Acquiring device information
Allows for collecting data on the device.
STEP BY STEP
• Click on the unit when selected the vehicle becomes highlighted in orange.
•
Click on the
button and the information will append itself in the
summary field. The device information can then be viewed later by
clicking the
button,
3.3.6 Enable, Warn, Disable
Allows for changing the status of the vehicle.
STEP BY STEP
•
By clicking on the button
the vehicle returns to the original active
state. It also turns off the following statuses.
•
By clicking on the button
when the starter is engaged.
•
By clicking on the button
the starter will be deactivated, the next
time the user attempts to start the vehicle it will not work.
the device will emit a 30 second tone
3.3.7 Opening and closing the « Search » tab
Allows the displaying or hiding of the search bar
STEP BY STEP
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Click on the little triangle
or
in the upper right hand corner of the
tab. This will open or close the search bar.
3.3.8 Performing a vehicle search
Allows for searching of one or more vehicles based on certain criteria.
STEP BY STEP
•
Open the Search tab if it is not already done.
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•
•
Enter the necessary criteria for the search.
button, all the vehicles that correspond to the
Click on the
search will be displayed in the Results tab.
•
To use a different method of searching use the
button and the following search criteria will be
displaye
•
To return to the original search criteria hit the
button.
3.3.9 Performing a new search
Allows for erasing all information and search results and starting over.
STEP BY STEP
•
Click on the
button, all the information will be erased and the
search reults will be reset.
3.4 « Map » window
Allows for viewing the location of vehicles.
3.4.1 Mapping engine
Allows for viewing maps
STEP BY STEP
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•
The mapping engine works within the web application
•
The map option allows for zooming in and out. The address information
appears at the bottom. In order to zoom in or out use the bar at the right hand
side of the map window.
•
•
•
button and a button to zoom in and out.
The bar has both a
Using the scroll wheel on the mouse the map can be zoomed in or out.
At the top of the window the option to print the map is available by
•
clicking the
button.
By clicking and dragging the map can be moved around.
3.4.2 Changing the map viewing modes
Allows for viewing maps in different fashions
STEP BY STEP
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•
Click on the
appears like so:
button to acquire a satellite photograph which
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•
Click on the
button to acquire a map which incorporates both
the road map and the satellite photograph which appears like so:
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•
Click on the
button when it is available to see a birds eye view of
the map your viewing which will appear like so:
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By using the following buttons
the angle of the birds eye view can be changed.
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Click the
button to download the program to be able to view
the three dimensional map, where available.
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It is important to note that it is only possible to view one vehicle at a time
with this option; in the event that multiple vehicles are selected the following
error screen will appear
3.4.3 Pulling up a map
Allows for viewing maps of previous locate commands issued to one unit.
STEP BY STEP
• Select the vehicle that you wish to view the map for.
•
Click on the
button to pull up the pop up window.
3.5 « Fleet & group » tab
Allows for grouping of vehicles.
3.5.1 Creating a new vehicle group
Allows for vehicle grouping process.
STEP BY STEP
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Vehicle group
list tab
•
Click on the
button in the top right corner of the tab to
open the new vehicle group window.
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Select the vehicles you wish to be part of the group by selecting them
using the
button, you may select multiple units like this.
button to add them to the Current Selection area.
•
Hit the
•
To remove unwanted vehicles from this list select them by clicking on the
button then click the
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button.
•
Enter the name of the group then hit the
window.
button on the pop-up
3.5.2 Deleting a vehicle group
Allows for removal of a group.
STEP BY STEP
•
Click the
button on the right hand side of the created group.
•
Confirm deletion by clicking the
button.
3.5.3 Changing the name of the vehicle group
Allows for editing of group name.
STEP BY STEP
•
Click on the
button on the right hand side of the created group to
make adjustments to the group name or vehicles in the group.
3.6 « Scheduler » tab
Allows for enacting commands at a set time and date.
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3.6.1 Creating a new schedule
Allows for schedule editing and activation.
STEP BY STEP
•
•
•
Click on the
button on the top right hand of the tab to
open the schedule creation form.
Enter the information you wish in the fields provided.
Select which type of command you wish the schedule to perform, by
clicking on the appropriate selection from the command types list.
•
Choose the frequency and the time zone in which you would like the
command to be executed.
•
The schedule date will automatically adjust to accommodate your selected
frequency.
Where you can select the date and time. Do this by clicking on the
arrows on the right hand side of the fields.
•
•
Where you can select a time/date range and the intervals that
the commands will take place.
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Where you can select a time/date range and the time of day the
command will occur.
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Where you can select a time/date range and the time of day the
command will occur as well as which particular day of the
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week.
•
Where you can select a time/date range and the time of day the
command will occur as well as which particular days of the month. Click
on the days of the month to select them.
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The Summary section will automatically update to show how many credits
will be expended by this schedule.
•
To add vehicles to this schedule click the
screen will appear
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button the following
•
Select the vehicles you wish to be part of the schedule by selecting them
using the
button, you may select multiple units like this.
•
Hit the
•
To remove unwanted vehicles from this list select them by clicking on the
button to add them to the Current Selection area.
button then click the
•
Click the
save the schedule.
button.
button when you are satisfied with your choices to
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3.6.2 Deleting a schedule
Allows for removal of a schedule.
STEP BY STEP
•
Click the
button on the right hand side of the created schedule.
•
Confirm deletion by clicking the
button.
3.6.3 Changing the name and amount of vehicles in a schedule
Allows for editing of schedule name.
STEP BY STEP
•
•
Click on the
button on the right hand side of the created schedule to
make adjustments to the schedule.
It is also possible to directly change the amount of vehicles by clicking on
the vehicle number itself, like so.
3.6.4 Pausing an active schedule
Allows for stopping a schedule that is not completed.
STEP BY STEP
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Click on the
button on a schedule that is running.
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Click on the
button to un-pause an active schedule.
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4
« History » tab
Allows for viewing the history of commands.
Commands history
list
4.1 Displaying additional section.
Allows for control over how many vehicles are displayed.
STEP BY STEP
•
•
Click on the arrow on the right of
in the upper left
hand corner of the vehicle tab.
Select the number of vehicles that are to be displayed per page.
4.2 Page navigation
Allows for switching between pages if the display has more than one page.
STEP BY STEP
•
•
To select one page in particular:
click on the number of the page.
To navigate to a previous page :
click on the arrow on the left
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•
•
•
To navigate back to the first page (if the page number is not visible) :
click on First on the left of the pages
To navigate to the next page :
click on the arrow on the right
To navigate to the last page (if the number is not visible) :
click on Last on the right of the pages
4.3 Opening and closing the « Search » tab
Allows the displaying or hiding of the search bar
STEP BY STEP
•
Click on the little triangle
tab.
or
in the upper right hand corner of the
4.4 Performing a commands search
Allows for searching of one or more commands based on certain criteria.
STEP BY STEP
•
Open the Search tab if it is not already done.
•
•
Enter the necessary criteria for the search.
Click on the
button, all the vehicles that correspond to the
search will be displayed in the Results tab.
4.5 Performing a new search
Allows for erasing all information and search results and starting over.
STEP BY STEP
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•
Click on the
button, all the information will be erased and the
search reults will be reset.
4.6 Sorting the list of commands
Allows for sorting the list by specific fields.
STEP BY STEP
• Click on the heading of the following columns to sort. The columns are
sorted either numerically or alphabetically.
•
The commands are sorted by date by default. To return to the default and
view the history of commands click on the
button to sort again by date until the commands are in chronological order.
4.7 Accessing the vehicle summary
Allows access to summary of a particular device/vehicle.
STEP BY STEP
• Click on the description of the vehicle you wish to view.
4.8 Accessing the location list
Allows access to history of locations for one particular command.
STEP BY STEP
•
Click on the
command.
button to view the position returned by this particular
4.9 Detailed command information
Allows access to information on a particular command.
STEP BY STEP
•
Click on the
button to view the information on a command that was
given to a device.
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•
The information will appear in a pop-up window like so.
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5
« Summary, Location, commands » pop-up window
Allows access to history and information of a particular device/vehicle.
Tabs
Device information
5.1 Modifying vehicle information
Allows for vehicle information to be changed.
STEP BY STEP
• Make the changes you like.
•
Click on the button
window will appear.
to save the changes. A confirmation
•
Click on the button
to close the window.
5.2 Viewing location history
Allows for acquiring the complete history of a particular device.
STEP BY STEP
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•
Click on the
will appear.
tab at the top and a window like the one below
Search parameters
•
Click on the date box button
and month.
•
Fill in the search parameters you desire then click the
button to
aqcuire a range of dates.
To acquire a map from a particular date click on the map button on the
particular date the locate command was enacted.
•
5.3 Viewing commands history
Allows for viewing a complete history of a device.
STEP BY STEP
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to select a particular day
•
Click on the
will appear.
tab at the top and a window like the one below
5.4 Performing a vehicle search
Allows for searching by date and command.
STEP BY STEP
•
Open the Search tab if it is not already done.
•
Enter the necessary criteria for the search.
•
Click on the date box button
month.
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to select a particular day and
•
Click on the
button, all the vehicles that correspond to the
search will be displayed in the Results tab.
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6
« Activation » tab
Allows for device management.
6.1 « Activation » tab
Allows for activation of devices.
STEP BY STEP
•
Enter the first 8 digits of the serial number located on the device to
activate.
•
Click on the
•
Follow the instructions and hit the
button to activate the device entered.
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button.
7
« Account » tab
Allows for account management.
7.1 « Company Info » tab
Allows for account management.
7.1.1 Modifying information on the company
Allows for editing the company information.
STEP BY STEP
•
Enter the appropriate information in the fields and click the
button to update.
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7.2 « User Profile » tab
Allows for user management.
7.2.1 Modifying information for the user.
Allows for editing the user information.
STEP BY STEP
•
Enter the appropriate information in the fields and click the
button to update.
7.2.2 Changing the user password.
Allows for input of new password.
STEP BY STEP
• Enter the old password in the field provided. Then enter the new password
desired and confirm it in the appropriate fields then click the
button to update.
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« User management » tab
Allows for adding new users.
7.2.3 Creating a new user.
Allows for adding users to the account.
STEP BY STEP
•
Click on the
following screen will appear.
button in the top right hand corner. The
•
•
Enter the new user’s information.
Enter the new users Username and password that you have selected.
Password must be 8 characters long.
•
Click on the
button to create the new user.
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7.2.4 Managing users.
Allows for management of the users.
STEP BY STEP
•
The administrator options are
when dealing with a user
•
Click on the
button to temporarily restrict access to a user.
•
Click on the
button to restore access to a deactivated user.
•
Click on the
button to remove a user from the system, click on the
button in the pop-up window to confirm.
•
Click on the
button to change the users information. By clicking this
button the following screen will appear.
•
•
Enter the new user’s information.
Enter the new users Username and Password that you have selected.
Password must be 8 characters long.
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•
Click on the
button to create the new user.
7.3 « Buying credits » tab
Allows for purchasing of credits.
7.3.1 Purchasing credits
Allows for acquiring additional credits.
STEP BY STEP
• Enter the appropriate information for the credit cardholder in the fields
provided.
• The cost of credits purchased through the website is
25 US dollars for twenty five credits.
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•
Click on the
button once all the information is entered
correctly. The following screen will appear.
•
•
Click on the
button to confirm the transaction.
The credits will be updated automatically in the top right hand corner of
the page like so
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