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Setting up GPS Tag Notifications

There are 3 kinds of event types defined for GPS Tags:

  • GeoFence  Indicates whether a portable asset left or entered the preset geofences.

  • GPS Tag Battery Low  Indicates the battery power level of a GPS Tag reaches a low point and informs the operator that it should be charged.

  • Storage Temperature  Indicates whether the current storage temperature is within the normal working range for a GPS Tag.

Note

To set up and receive GPS Tag notifications for a portable asset, you should meet these two prerequisites:

  1. Assigned a PRO subscription to your asset. See Assigning a PRO Subscription Key for details.

  2. Linked your asset to a GPS Tag. See Linking a GPS Tag to an Asset for details.

The subsection below covers the following topics:

Note

To set up geofence notifications for your tracker, you should define geofences first. See Setting up Geofences for details.

  1. Log into the SFx Asset Management Portal: https://login.hexagonsfx.com/Account/Login.

  2. Click the user menu next to your profile icon, and select Notification Setup.

  3. Click Add Notification under the Asset Notifications tab.

  4. Select a target asset from the Asset list. By default, All Assets are selected.

    Tip

    You can type the asset name into the search box to quickly search for an asset.

  5. Select GPS Tag from the Source list.

  6. Then select GeoFence as the Event Type.

  7. Select one or multiple predefined geofences from the GeoFence Name list.

  8. Select one or multiple status conditions from the Status list and click Save.

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Tip

In addition, you can click on the image63.png icon at the top right of each event in the Event Log pane, or the Asset Dashboard or Program Dashboard to set up notifications for an asset or a program.

To add a type of battery low event notifications for your device, do as follows:

  1. Similarly, perform the first 5 steps described above.

  2. Then select GPS Tag Battery Low as the Event Type.

  3. Select one or multiple status conditions from the Status list and click Save.

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To add a type of storage temperature event notifications for your device, follow these steps.

  1. Similarly, perform the first 5 steps described above.

  2. Then select Storage Temperature as the Event Type.

  3. Select one or multiple status conditions from the Status list and click Save.

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