Garmin FMI protocol is now supported on ATrack devices and GpsGate Server
Press release [Friday 23 May 2014]
GpsGate and ATrack announce that the Garmin FMI protocol is now supported on ATrack devices and GpsGate Server for dispatch and chat on Garmin PND:s. GpsGate Server supports the Garmin FMI protocol for bi-directional communication with Garmin PND:s connected to ATrack GPS tracking devices. The GpsGate Server Dispatch module can communicate and send jobs to drivers that are using Garmin PND:s with FMI support. This enables end-to-end dispatch solutions with direct driver interaction or increased productivity and customer satisfaction.
The integration of GpsGate Server and ATrack devices with Garmin FMI includes bi-directional messaging for job management, where drivers can accept or reject jobs and navigate to them using the Garmin device. Finished jobs can be marked as done and chat is supported both for pre-defined messages and canned responses. Garmin FMI version 2.6 and 2.7 are supported.
ATrack is a world-class designer and manufacturer of GPS/GLONASS vehicle trackers, and its box-type devices, AT1EPro, AK1, AK7, AT5i, and AU7 all support integrated Garmin FMI function.
Through GPRS/HSPA/CDMA network, users are able to monitor vehicle location and control deployed devices remotely. With the trackers' intelligent event control engine and multiple I/Os for sensor monitoring, users can define various combinations of vehicle conditions and generate various actions to meet their unique requirements.
GpsGate Server is a leading GPS tracking platform. Multiple map services and custom maps can be used. More than twenty languages are included and new languages are easily added. Developers can customize the user interface, integrate GpsGate Server with external systems, add tracking device support and much more using the open APIs, protocols and data formats. You can download GpsGate Server here: http://www.atrack.com.tw/gpsgate/
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