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||We recommend going to a service station and have the tracker installed there by professionals.
You may also install the tracker yourself at your own risk. However, only attempt installation if you are confident that you have the suitable knowledge to perform a proper installation! Incorrect installation may cause the device to malfunction.
Note: there is usually enough space to place the tracker behind the dashboard. If you wish to install the tracker onto a metal surface, make sure to apply a layer of thermal insulation between the device and the surface.
The positioning of the GPS antenna is very important.
The accuracy and the consistency of the tracking solely depends on whether the device can receive a clear signal or not. Therefore, do not install the antenna into the engine compartment or in the trunk as these locations are shaded by the metal body of the car.
List of our partner stations
Szombathely, Nagy Lajos király st. 15
Győr, Tompa st. 2.
Nagykanizsa, Petőfi Sándor st. 85.
Székesfehérvár, Fehér Palota Üzletközpont
Pécs, Verseny st. 10.
Sárszentmiklós, Köztársaság st., next to the gas station
Kiskőrös, Móra Ferenc u.
Szigethalom, Átjáró alley
Piliscsaba, Temető st.
Budapest, Verseny st.
Budapest, Ungvár st.
Budapest, Háromszéki st.
Hatvan, Robert Bosch st. 3.
Nagykáta, Gyóni Géza st.
Miskolc, PROPEL Kft.
Debrecen, Zelemér st. 1.
Nyíregyháza, Jegenye st. 2.
Nyírmada, Ady Endre st.
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How tracking works at IneTrack
IneTrack is a GPS-based system, which determines the location of your vehicles and employees.
In order to use our tracking service, you need a device called tracker. The tracker records position data using GPS satellite signals. This data is later transmitted to our servers through the GSM network. The device needs to be capable of sending data through a mobile network (or equivalent).
The time intervals of position recording may vary depending on changes in your speed and direction (e.g. driving on the motorway with a constant speed will result in a fewer number of positions recorded than a downtown drive with frequent and possibly sudden changes of direction and speed).
The server that the tracker sends the position data is effectively a cloud storage, which collects the data received into a database. The data can later be retrieved and displayed using our web interface.
The tracking process can be broken down to the following three steps:
- The device receives signals emitted from the GPS satellites.
- The device analyses the given signals, and sends it to IneTrack’s server.
- The server processes the incoming data, making it accessible for the user, via the web interface.
While the precision of the location tracking is solely dependent on the device’s ability to receive a clear signal from the GPS satellites, the thoroughness of the tracking service can be refined on the server side.
Note: the devices in themselves do not track. They simply send their current data to a server continuously, which creates a database of locations and events. This data is then ordered chronologically and used for tracking purposes.