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OpenGTS

OpenGTS (Open Source GPS Tracking System) is a full featured Web-based GPS tracking system for fleets of vehicles. It supports OpenLayers and other map providers, detail/summary reporting, and various GPS tracking devices.

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  •  10 Oct 2011 20:51

    Release Notes: This release includes support for most TK102/TK103 GPS tracking devices. It has an updated JSON API in "events.war". It adds Unicode character encoding to address and other text displayed on maps. It has an updated Spanish language translation. There are various bugfixes.

    •  02 Jul 2011 11:28

      Release Notes: Support for OpenCellID mobile cell-tower GPS location service is now included. Event query "events.war" now supports JSON formatted GPS record output. Additional Status Codes and table fields were added. Map bug fixes for Internet Explorer are included.

      •  22 May 2011 02:26

        Release Notes: Support was added for TrackStick data logger. A Slovak language translation was added. The Spanish, Romanian, and Greek language translations were updated. New StatusCodes were added. Additional checks were added to the post-installation "CheckInstall" command.

        •  02 Feb 2011 10:05

          Release Notes: A language selection pull-down menu was added on the login page. New menu button selections were added on the main menu. More language localizations were added. The OpenLayers "Nominatim" reverse-geocoding service was added.

          •  11 Sep 2010 03:02

            Release Notes: New accounts can now be created through the "sysadmin" Web interface. A Russian language translation was included. A "Fleet Detail" report group was added. The Polygon Geozone feature is now enabled by default.

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