Getting Started

Login to the monitoring console at with the username and password provided to you.

Depending on your situation, you may have GPS devices hardwired into your trucks, or you may use the WiaTag app installed on a mobile device. The advantage to the hardware option hardwired into the truck is that you don't have to worry about the user turning on the device or having sufficient battery capacity if they aren't plugged in. The hardware devices are also able to provide diagnostic information from the truck that isn't available with the WiaTag option.

The advantage the WiaTag app has over the hardware is the lower startup cost since you don't have to purchase the hardware.

The next section explains how to install WiaTag in the event you are going to use the WiaTag option.

The sections below that explain how to use the web application for monitoring your trucks.

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