Route & GPS Location Tracker - Raah . Track the movement , distance , speed , latitude , longitude , altitude and position of your vehicle and iPhone in real time .
Track your route and view it live in any modern browser.
Analyze and Export current and past routes.
Data Secured and Encrypted using Industry Standard techniques.
> Employees, Family
> Car, Bike, Truck, Boat, Plane, Train
> Jog, Trek, Hike
or whatever else you can imagine.
Used heavily by charitable causes:
robjonesjourney.com (daily routes on his facebook page)
To see some routes tracked by the App in the US, Canada, UK, France, Russia, Australia, India and a few other countries,
preferably from a Desktop (Chrome/Firefox/Opera/IE10) with the login below:
> username: demo
> password: secret12
The features of the service are split between the App and its Website.
In a nutshell, the App only tracks, everything else is done on the Website and anybody with access to the route can view it live on the Website.
> The app is very simple to use, just tap anywhere on the screen and it'll start tracking. This makes it safe to use when you are driving.
> The iPhone is tracked at intervals of 5 seconds below 25mph(40kmh) and 10 seconds at speeds above (this can be configured from the settings).
> There are multiple tracking modes:
--"continuous tracking": The iPhone is tracked continuously until you stop tracking. Some businesses track for 10-15 days continuously to analyze business activity over a period.
--"smart tracking": The App automatically terminates and starts new routes when it detects stoppage and restart of movement. This way you don't need to bother about keeping track of tracking and this mode is generally used by taxi's.
--"period tracking": In this mode a new route is automatically created after a pre-defined period (24hrs default). Press and hold the "smart tracking" button for 3 seconds to enable this mode. This mode is generally used by businesses who want to create a new route automatically every day or every half a day etc.
--"super tracking": Like "continuous tracking", except that every coordinate is tracked, nearly 40 a min. Press and hold the "continuous tracking" button for 5 seconds to enable this mode. This mode is generally used by bikers, joggers and GIS experts to get as detailed information as possible on the route.
--All tracking modes can be configured from the iPhones Settings App.
> The App works in the background.
> Data gets stored offline if you get out of a network and is automatically synchronized when you get into a network again.
> The app will let you know, using local alerts, when it isn't able to track, this generally happens when the iPhone is inside a building or a glovebox. The App will also let you know when things get back to normal.
> Live route updates.
> Stoppage Analysis: With this you can see where the vehicle stopped and for how long and this can provide great insights into the route.
> Location and Speed Alerts: Set location and speed alerts and know when the vehicle is speeding or is close to a location.
> Download the GPX or CSV of the route from the site.
> Large Data limits: Your last 1000 routes can be viewed and exported.
> All the metrics and graphs, that you can imagine: Distance, Time, Average Speed, Cruising Speed, Altitude Ascent/Descent, Average Accuracy, Speed/Altitude/Accuracy Charts.
> Route data can be shared. Businesses use this to allow a central location/dispatcher to monitor all vehicles.
> Individual routes can also be shared publicly to Facebook etc.
For Support or any questions & queries:
Tracking cannot be activated remotely, it can only activated from the iPhone. Businesses who want to ensure that the tracking is not switched off will generally lock the phone before giving it to their employees.
The App works best Outdoors.
Putting the phone into Airplane Mode turns off the GPS and the App will not be able to track.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
Currently if you are stopped/still at a location for a long time, the App doesn't send any coordinates to the server, and this might suggest to somebody looking at your route that the App has stopped tracking, when that really isn't the case.
With this update, a few coordinates will get sent to the server when you are stopped (not a lot, just a few), and this might be sufficient for them to know that the app is still tracking.
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- Jan 01, 2014
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