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This user guide contains a description of features and functionalities of Navitel Monitoring dispatch system, developed by NAVITEL®.
Navitel Monitoring is a browser supported program, main objectives of which are monitoring of different objects (vehicles, stationary and outside-mounted objects, people) and its key indicators (speed, fuel consumption, battery charge, etc.), playback and preview of tracks on the map as well as reporting on the monitoring objects with possibility of choosing indicators included in the report.
By fault users of this program are
The key features of Navitel Monitoring are as follows:
For proper operation system requires connection to the Internet.
PC must meet the following requirements:
If necessary, you can use the program on your own server. To do this, you must first install the server. For detailed installation instructions, see Section 2 of the Appendix.
For work start open the link https://www.dispatch.navitel.ru in a supported browser.To be able to log in to the program, you should know the login information. The login information includes username and password. Contact your manager or system administrator to get it. If you are a manager or an administrator, you should register at the https://www.dispatch.navitel.ru.
If you already know the login information, proceed to the dispatch system website, and then enter your username and password in the corresponding text fields.
User with administrator rights can also add a user to the system and assign him a password and a license period. You can find more details about the rights of the administrator in paragraph 4.12.
Choose Exit () in menu bar to log out and shut the system down. Shut down the system is also possible by clicking on the X in the right corner of the browser bookmarks, or closing the browser window entirely.
To re-enter the system you will need to re-enter login and password of the user account.
The workspace panel is intended for carrying out basic work operations such as work with objects, places, geofences, notifications, history, etc. These work categories are located in different sections of the workspace panel.
General settings and functions such as group selection, filter button, show all the objects on the map, add, edit, copy and delete buttons are located in the upper section of most sections of the workspace panel.
In the middle of the workspace panel you will always find a list of items of a specific category filtered in accordance with the filter parameters that you set. To interact with a specific item, for example, to display an object on the map or change parameters of a geofence, you should select an appropriate item from the list. In certain operations you can interact with several items at a time, for that you should select several items.
For each object in the list, the statuses of the main parameters are displayed, which are described in detail in p.4.1.
This block in the bottom part of the workspace panel allows you to specify the time period for which you would like to see history of an object.
To show or hide this block, in the Tools menu () mark the Watched interval checkbox.
The map is used to monitor and track vehicles and view passed tracks and events, routes, and POIs. Upon clicking on a point on the map, the address information board (or the Address bubble) will appear.
The address bubble contains coordinates and address information of the selected point. When clicking on the Up arrow in the address bubble, and then the Actions button, additional options appear: Add new place, Create geofence, Create Route.
Multiple categories of POIs are displayed on the map with special icons. Whether a POI category is displayed on the map often depends on the map scale – different POIs are visible at different map scales. When zooming in the social object is showed (banks, hotels, restaurants), when zooming out – geographical (stations, bridges, tunnels).
Upon clicking on a point on the map, the address information board appears. It contains coordinates and address information of the selected point. To open the additional options, click the Up arrow and then the Actions button.
Similarly to the address bubble, you can click on any active monitored object on the map to open an information about that object.
To configure data which should be displayed in the bubble, select the Settings menu () and then open the Object on map tab. There, you can configure what information should be displayed in the bubble by checking or clearing checkboxes. Also, in the pop-up window, the sensors specified at adding object to the map can be displayed, such as Power Supply, Fuel Level, Axle Load, etc. (for details refer to 4.1.5).
The Objects window is a section of the workspace panel. This section of the program contains functionality for creating, editing and deleting individual objects and groups of objects.
Object (monitoring object) - is a vehicle, equipment or other moving or stationary object being monitored with the help of data from the GPS / GLONASS-tracker installed on the object.
To work with the objects press the Object button in the Menu bar.
In the Objects section of the workspace panel you can see the list of objects limited to a certain group of objects. To see the list of all the objects from all the groups available to you, select All groups in the Group drop-down list.
To begin monitoring an object, select the object from the list by clicking on it. To monitor several objects at once, mark the checkboxes of those objects.
You can use the Watched period function to specify the time period for which you would like to display the track of the selected object.
If you want to add a new object to the monitoring system, complete the steps below:
The New device dialog box will open.
To edit a monitored object, follow the steps below:
The Edit object dialog box will open.
The Edit object dialog box can also be accessed by pressing in the object's entry.
To delete an object from the system, complete the steps below:
When creating or editing an object, it is possible to assign the object to a specific group of objects. Having divided objects into groups, you can perform actions in respect to multiple objects at once. This function might be useful if you want to create a geofence that would work for a large group of objects, or display a certain group of objects on the map. With this function, you can also create and save places that would be visible only within a specific group of objects, as well as generate reports on entire groups of objects.
The program provides the display of all objects from the list on the map, without marking them with the checkmarks in the list in the left part of the window. To do this, click the Show all objects on the map (). When working with a small scale of the map, in the place of the clustering of several objects, an icon with the total number of objects will be displayed.
In the Objects section of the workspace panel, you can see the list of all the objects in the selected group. In addition to base columns with object name, track color, and position, the table also includes a number of optional status columns.
You can specify which of the columns should be in the table. To do that, click on Column settings just above the object list. In the opened pop-up window, check or clear appropriate checkboxes to display or hide columns.
Statuses in the columns are displayed in the form of special icons. Place the mouse cursor over an icon to get the description of the icon.
The status bars shown in the program by default can be complemented by additional status bars. To add an additional status bar to the Object tab of the workspace panel, complete the following steps:
It is possible to change the icons of the statuses. To do that, in the gauge selection window, click Change, and then select a suitable icon.
To edit a user status, in the Objects section of the workspace panel, click Column settings, and then press to the right of the status you want to edit. It will open a window where you can edit the status: change the number of its states and their enabling values, and change the status icon.
To delete a status created before, in the Objects section of the workspace panel, click Column settings, and then press to the right of the status that you want to delete. Confirm deletion.
To remove a specific status column, in the Objects section of the workspace panel, click Column settings, and then clear the checkbox of the status that you want to disable.
To configure sensors connected to a sensor tracker, complete the following steps:
The chosen value will appear in the Expression field below. Marking the Change checkbox will allow you to edit the expression. In order to do that, select the desired values and click Add. Click on the question mark next to the words "The available parameters and operations" to see the list of symbols, as well as arithmetical and logical operations that will help you create custom expressions.
When selecting some sensors, such as ignition or alarm, an additional field called Threshold will appear in the Sensor configuration window. It is necessary to specify the threshold voltage value in the Threshold field. Voltage below this value would mean 0, whereas above would mean 1, which will help the program to interpret and display information on sensor status. The threshold voltage value of a sensor is indicated in the documentation to the device or can be defined by special configurator software.
Furthermore, the History window contains information about voltage in a specific input in different instants of time, thanks to which it is possible to compare these data with the de facto state of a tracker sensor.
If in the Sensor field you choose "Additional sensor", two new fields will appear on the left in the General tab – Name and Sensor type. The former is for entering a custom name for the new sensor and the latter contains the same as Sensor field at the top plus "Arbitrary sensor". The content of the Value field on the right won't change.
After configuration is complete, sensor information is displayed in the detailed history window.
Sensor types and their functions.
When you select a sensor's value, it is displayed in the Expression field below. Marking the Change checkbox will allow you to edit the expression. To do that, select a value from the list and press Add. Pressing on the question mark icon to the right of The available parameters and operations will display a list of parameters and symbols, as well as arithmetic and logical operations that will help you create custom expressions.
This can be used to configure additional sensors. Below are two examples.
The order in which the sensors are set up is important!
There are different methods of trip detection in Navitel Monitoring. You can select a suitable method of trip detection and define its core parameters. The chosen method of trip detection may affect reports and trigger some notifications, such as "Stop" or "Start".
In order to setup the method of trip detection, follow the steps:
After completing the steps above, it is necessary to configure how the program should interpret the data it receives from gauges, so that it can distinguish different states of the object. There are three possible states an object can be in: "Ride", "Idle", and "Parking". An object can be in one state at a time.
The table below describes all available data interpretation parameters that can be set.
In order to retrieve information recorded on a tachograph, complete the steps:
The History feature is meant for display of information about movement of objects for a specified period of time. This information is displayed as a list of events, indicated in the ascending order of their occurrence, as well as in the form of a track on the map.
The History feature is a part of the workspace panel. Click on the History tab in the Menu bar in order to switch to this section.
To display movement history of an object:
The history of the selected object for the specified time period will be displayed in the History section of the workspace panel. Clicking on a history event will make the map to move to the event place and open the address bubble.
By default, history report also has detailed information. Detailing can be removed by unchecking "Show trip details" box at the top left of the list of events.
To see details of the event, select the checkbox Show track detail. The detailed information will then be presented in a new window, in the form of a table. To update data in the table, click the Update button.
With Geofences you can control the monitored objects in terms of their location and movement within the specified area. Particularly, having configured the notification parameters, you can see the exact time a monitored vehicle arrives or leaves a geofence, or track the start and end time of speeding occasions within a geofence.
Click on the Geofences tab in the Menu bar.
In the Geofences section of the workspace panel, you can see the list of geofences in the selected group. To see all the geofences, in the Group drop-down list, select the All groups category.
To enable display of a geofence on the map, mark the checkbox of that geofence. You can display several geofences at once by marking more than one checkbox.
To display a geofence on the map, select a geofence from the list by clicking on its name. Having selected a geofence from the list, click Find the geofence on the map.
Geofences in Navitel Monitoring can be created in several ways – basic and customized. To create a basic geofence (circular shape), follow the steps below.
In order to create a geofence of a customized shape, follow this instruction:
The program also allows creating a geofence along a saved route, or along the passed track. To build a geozone along the route, go to the Routes section, select the desired route in the list of routes. Click on the route line on the map, in the opened window, click the Up arrow icon, then select Create geofence and specify the desired corridor width. Save the geofence for editing.
To build a geozone along the passed track in the list of objects on the left, select the desired object. Click on the track line displayed on the map, in the opened window click the Up arrow icon, then Information, then select Add geofence around track and specify the width to display. Save the geofence for editing.
To edit a previously created geofence, follow these steps:
With this feature, you get notified about various events happening to the objects you monitor.
To be able to receive notifications, it is necessary to create notification template. In notification templates, you can select the events of which you must be notified, the objects that should be subject to these templates, and make a pattern of the notification message.
The Notification section of the workspace panel contains the list of configured notification templates with indication of template name, event type, notification method (message output to the screen, SMS, or email notification).
To be able to receive notifications, it is necessary to create notification templates first. In notification templates, you can select the events of which you must be notified, the objects that should be subject to these templates, and make a pattern of the notification message.
The program provides the following types of events for notifications:
– motion stop;
– geofence entrance;
– geofence exit;
– speeding in the geofence;
– ending of the speeding in the geofence;
– termination of excess;
– motion start;
– condition for the sensor;
– non-exit from geofence;
– movement in a group (approach);
– movement in a group (distance);
– fuel drain.
To create a new notification template:
To edit a notification template, complete the steps below:
To delete a notification template, complete the steps below:
Journal displays the list of received notifications. To display the notification journal, in the right corner of the Notifications tab, press .
The window to the right will open a list of objects and events that occurred with it. When you click an object or event, the map displays the object in the place where the event occurred. It is possible to filter the journal. Click on the words "No filter applied" to open the Filter dialog box.
In the Filter dialog box you can create filter rules. To create a filter rule, first select a column to scan for the value (the value is specified later). In the next field, Condition, indicate whether the value should equal, contain, start, end, or relate to the data in the selected column in some other way. Finally, in the last text field, specify the value.
To delete all the filters at once, in the Filter dialog box, click Clear. To execute the filter rules, click Filter.
In the menu bar you can find an online notification button. The number next to the button shows the total number of notifications received within a specified period of time - .
When you click this button, a list of notifications appears containing the name of the object from which the message was received and the event that occurred with it. The list also contains an event button that the operator or dispatcher fills in when responding to an event.
When you click the Report on the progress button, a window opens with a field for comments on how to handle the event. Type the text and click OK. The message about working out will be sent by SMS, e-mail, and also will be displayed in the report on the events.
To clear the list of notifications, click Delete All.
In the Route section of the workspace panel, you can carry out operations related to creation of routes and regulation of traffic on them.
The entire procedure of working with routes can be split into a number of stages, with each stage dependent on the previous one. The first step is to create a route by marking all stop and route points. The program will then build an efficient route that goes through all the marked points. Secondly, it is necessary to plan a schedule. The next step is to add objects to the schedule. The objects are then defined into trips. Finally, you can optionally set up notifications that will allow recording different events associated with vehicles, such as route deviation, delay, schedule overdrive etc.
To create a route:
You can also create a route with self-selected points on the map. Click on the map to any place where the prospective route will pass. Then select the remaining points. Use the buttons and if you need to change the order of the waypoints in the route.
To edit a route, in the Routes tab of the workspace panel, find the necessary route and then press . In the opened window, make the desired changes and click Save.
To delete a route, in the Routes tab of the workspace panel, find the necessary route and then press .
To copy a route, in the Routes tab of the workspace panel, find the necessary route and then press .
To display all points of a route in the form of a list, in the Routes tab of the workspace panel, select a route. Then, in the section below, open the Points tab.
In Navitel Monitoring, "Schedule" is a timetable that defines the time required for passing the entire route and its separate stop points.
The next thing you should do after creating a route is to prepare a schedule. In the workspace panel, in the Routes tab, find the necessary route and press . The Create schedule window will open. Configure the schedule settings according to the instruction below:
To shift the entire schedule time forward or backward, in the top-right corner of the Schedule tab, click on the Shift schedule for pop-up. In this pop-up window, select a suitable interval of time, and then click + or – to move the schedule by this interval forward or backward respectively.
If necessary, you can set an abort timer to abort trips that cannot be completed in time. In the bottom part of the Create schedule window, in the Abort after box, set the number of days and hours/minutes that need to pass for the incomplete trip to get automatically aborted. By default, the Abort after function is set equal to the trip duration, and hence, if not completed in time, trips are aborted at once.
To edit a schedule, in the Route section of the workspace panel, in the Schedules tab, press in the box of the schedule that you need to edit. The Edit schedule window will open containing the same functionalities as those of the Create schedule window. Make the necessary changes and then click Save.
To delete a schedule, in the Route section of the workspace panel, in the Schedules tab, press in the box of the schedule that you want to delete.
Term "Trip" in Navitel Monitoring implies a movement schedule intended for a particular object and based on a timetable of route passage. Trips can be created manually and automatically. Automatic trips are created (repeated) on a day-to-day basis. To enable automatic creation of trips in compliance with a particular schedule, in the bottom-right part of the Create schedule window, select the Auto trip creation checkbox.
To create trips manually:
The Create trips window will be opened.
You can display the list of all objects defined into trips and associated with the current route. To do that, select a route from the list of routes in the workspace panel, and then open the Objects tab.
If the Route section of the workspace panel is active, the Trip table is displayed in the bottom part of the map. The table contains information about all trips of the selected route. At the right side of the table, there is a column that contains the Edit and Delete buttons. Switch to the Trip chart tab to see information about trips in the form of a chart.
If there is a need to create another trip as a part of the same schedule, follow these steps:
It is possible to set up time limitations for automatic generation of trips. To set them up, in the Create schedule window, select the Time limit tab.
By marking corresponding checkboxes, indicate the days and months on which this trip should be repeated.
You can also set up the Time schedule configuration to specify the time range within which the trips must be repeated. To do that, select the Time schedule checkbox, and then click Add interval. A new line will be added under the Time schedule checkbox. There, specify the time range.
Finally, you can specify the date and time until which the automatic creation of trips must keep working. To do that, in the Create schedule window, on the Time limit tab, select the Create trip until checkbox and indicate the date and time.
Notifications allow you to receive information about events related to a schedule trip.
To set up notifications, follow the steps:
This functionality is intended for saving frequently used address points in the program so as to make it easier to access and navigate them. In addition to that, the Place points are displayed on the map in the form of special icons. Places can also be assigned to Object groups).
This feature can be accessed by opening the Place section of the Menu bar.
In the Place tab, you can see the list of addresses saved before. To see all the places saved, in the Group dropdown listbox, select All groups.
In the Place tab, you can see the list of addresses saved before. To see all the places saved, in the Group dropdown listbox, select All groups.
To show a place on the map, click on the place address in the list.
Saving a new place can be done with the help of the Address Bubble), as represented in the steps below:
To edit a place, follow the steps below:
To delete a place from the system, follow the steps below:
With the help of this function, you can exchange data about positions of monitored objects between different dispatch systems.
To set up retranslation, complete the steps:
It is possible to generate reports on monitored objects in the program. To open the Report window, select the Report menu from the Menu bar.
In the Report window, select the data and objects that you want to include in the report and specify the time period for which the report should be generated.
The program includes prepared report templates, such as reports on parameters, geofences, speeding, speeding in geofences and alarm reaction.
To generate a report on individual settings, you can use the Report Constructor in which you will need to create a report template. To do this, select the data that you want to display in the report; Objects for which data will be provided, as well as specify the time interval that should be covered in the report and the schedule for the formation of the report. Completed report is displayed in the program, and also can be sent to print and exported to a computer in the formats CLV, XLS and PDF.
It is possible to create report templates. To do that, in the Report window, click Save Template as, and then specify name and, if necessary, indicate a group. The current settings of the report will be saved as a template, which can be subsequently used to generate reports.
By default, there are five report templates:
By using the Save Template and Delete buttons, it is possible to make changes to the active template or delete it accordingly.
It is not possible to delete default templates.
Monitored objects can be given tasks to send a report, generated in saved template, by SMS, by e-mail or to be shown on the screen.
When you click the Task button on the left, you can see a list of saved tasks, the ability to turn on/off the task, and the number of tasks completed in a given time period.
To create a new task, click the Tasks tab in the menu bar.
Then press in the top right corner. In the Task properties window, create a name and choose the way to send the report.
Press Select objects to select the object that you wish to perform the task. Go to Task parameters for more detailed settings (i.e., for reports that would be report template, time interval covered by the report, etc).
Select Time limits to choose the hours, days and months on which the task should be performed.
Use the Tools () menu to search for addresses, play tracks, change display settings of the Displayed period box, and measure distance between points on the map and radius or perimeter of an area.
This tool is intended for measuring distance between points on the map. To work with the tool, follow these steps:
This tool is intended for measuring area defined by points on the map. Measure area works similarly to Measure line, except that to complete the figure it is necessary to click on the first created point, and not the last. To start working with the tool, follow the steps:
To find a specific address on the map, in the Tools menu, click Search, fill in the text fields, and then click OK. It is also possible to access the Search function by using the Shift + F shortcut.
Tracks are displayed in different colors that indicate different speed rates. The Legend bar displays correlation between speed rates and colors.
To see the colored tracks on map, turn the Legend bar on. To do this in the Tools () menu select Speed mode.
If you want to turn the track player on, in the Tools menu, select Track player.
To playback track simulation, select an object from the list in the Objects section of the workspace panel, and then with the help of either a Chart or the Displayed period box, define the point of time from which you would like to play your track.
The Track player dialog box contains buttons responsible for turning the playback on and off, pausing, and changing the playback speed. During the playback, the map moves along with the monitored object.
Objects can provide their data at different time periods and at different frequencies (from 1 minute to 1 day). To display the relevance scale of the data received from the object on the map in the Tools menu (), tick the Data actuality on the map. Objects on the map will change color according to the scale.
In the Settings menu you can apply a new password, change the interface language of the program, generate an API key, configure the types of data that should be displayed upon clicking on a monitored object on the map, set-up online notifications, toggle the visibility of the Speed and Fuel charts, and choose which report templates are available by default.
To apply a new password, follow these steps:
To change the language:
Through the API requests it is possible to make changes to the data of users, objects, user lists, and also perform other operations with data in the system. To authorize such requests, the system requires an API key.
To generate an API key:
In this tab you can select the data to be displayed in balloon object information on the map (baloon opens by the click on the object). Tick the items you are interested in and click Apply.
In this tab you can configure the display of online notifications.
The purpose of this program feature is to display graphical information about the values of the speed and fuel sensors for a specified period of time.
To display a graph on the screen, in the Chart menu select the graph you want to display. There are two graphs – Speed and Fuel - available for display in the program at the moment.
Please pay your attention that to display graphical information about the values of a sensor, an object must be selected first.
Charts can be used as an alternative to the Displayed period box. To set the determined time period without using Displayed period function, for example, you can scrolling the mouse wheel while pointing the chart. Moving the mouse pointer to the left or right while holding a point on the map allows you moving the specified time range backward and forward. Any changes applied to the displayed period using the Chart functionality will be reflected in the Displayed period box.
Upon selecting the Speed option, the speed chart of the selected object appears in the bottom of the map.
The chart displays change of the selected object speed (km/h) over a displayed period of time. Moving the mouse cursor to a point in time on the chart will display the detailed speed data on that particular point of time.
When track displayed in real-time, the chart updates according to object motion. When the track player is on, and if there is a point selected on the chart, the track will start to play from this point.
Scrolling a mouse wheel when pointing at the schedule allows to increase/reduce specification of a time scale.
Upon selecting the Fuel option, the fuel chart of the selected object appears in the bottom of the map.
The chart displays change in the fuel level (liters) of the selected object over a Displayed period of time. Moving the mouse cursor to a point in time on the chart will display the detailed fuel level data on that particular point of time.
When the Displayed period is selected as For the last, the chart updates on a real-time basis. When the track player is on, and if there is a point selected on the chart, the track will start to play from this point.
Scrolling a mouse wheel when pointing at the schedule allows to increase/reduce specification of a time scale.
In this tab you can select the report templates available by default.
With the help of the Admin menu, it is possible to manage companies, users, and their roles. The Admin menu, which is accessed from the Menu bar, contains four menu options, including:
Use this option to manage the system licenses. With the help of this window, it is possible to create companies within the framework of your access group and set up the license policies for the companies you create.
To work with licenses in the menu bar, click on the Admin menu, and then select Companies.
In the left side of the window that opens, a list of all the licenses available to the company, indicating the number of users, devices, object monitoring, license expiry and creation date of license.
On the right side of the screen you can customize the name of the company or the user, the number of licenses and their period.
The license entitles the user to fully operate the system. The license restricts the user in the following possibilities:
The number of available licenses for each company is set by the system administrator. When installing the system from scratch the number of licenses specified in the installation process.
The number of users that can use the license is set by the administrator. If the system is installed for the first time, the number of users on a single license specified during installation.
Period of license is specified by the administrator. If the system is set for the first time, allowable duration of the license period is set during installation. Administrator can change (extend or cancel) the license period by changing the expiration date of the license. Upon the expiry of the license login becomes unavailable, and at attempt to enter a user name and password, the system displays an error message.
To add a new license, in the settings box to the right, click Add, then fill in the required fields and click Save.
To edit the license settings of a company, follow these steps:
This menu option is used to display the list of users with indication of their details and contact info, as well as companies, whose licenses they work under in the system. It is also possible to add new users and edit settings of existing ones in this menu.
To add a user to the system, follow these steps:
The user will be added to the system.
To edit a user in the system, follow these steps:
This feature allows you to assign roles to different users. In Navitel Monitoring, role is a set of rights that can be granted to a user. In the program by default, there are 3 roles, each with its own set of rights - Administrator, Manager (Dispatcher), Operator. To open the Roles window, on the menu bar, click Administrative Tools, and then click Roles. In the left part of the opened window, you will see a list of users and the role for each, and the block on the right will display the credentials according to each role.
For each object and function of the program there is a set of features:
Locations, geofences, etc.
See the table below for the detailed breakdown of permissions for each of the roles.
It is possible to edit the roles or create new roles with their own sets of permissions.
To add a new role:
To edit a role:
Table 1 – Supported trackers and their configuration (See 4.1.1. chapter Add new object).
To be able to administrate and control NAVITEL© monitoring system the server, based on Linux, must be installed. We recommend using Debian GNU / Linux OS.
Below there is a step by step instructions for installing the server in the Debian system.
The boot system file is available on the Internet in a variety of configurations. For NAVITEL© monitoring system it is recommended using Debian system on the amd64 platform.
After downloading the installer on your PC run the installation of the system.
In the opened window choose "Install".
In the next window you should select a language. Select «English».
In the window selecting location select «United States» to set time zone.
In the window configuring the keyboard select «English», then selecting configuration for keyboard. Select American English.
If the server is on the network with installed and configured DHCP server, the server will get the IP-address automatically. In the next window enter the server name (for example, «cooldispatch»).
The domain name can be specified any at will. The field can also be left empty, and change later.
In the window setting user account data, enter the password for root-user, and then repeat it again.
Next, enter the parameters of the first user of the system - the user's real name and the account name under which the system will recognize the user. Then, create a password for the account and enter it again.
Next, the system will attempt to configure the server time zone automatically receiving the settings from the Internet. If the system will not be able to configure the zone automatically, it offers you to select it yourself. You can select any zone.
The system then will run the software RAID and offer to partition a disk into sections. Select «Guided - use entire disk and setup LVM».
Select the disk for partition and press Enter.
In the next window select «All files in one partition».
Change the size of the partition to 30G.
Note: The information volumes of kilo (K), mega (M), giga (G) and tera (T) is mandatory and write together with the number corresponding to the size of the volume.
Then confirm the settings of Logical Volume Manager by pressing «Yes».
Opened window will show selected settings section. Select «Configure the Logical Volume Manager», then confirm the settings by pressing «Yes».
To configure the Logical Volume Manager, you must first remove the current. To do this, select the «Delete logical volume», and then, select the volume that you want to delete. In this case it is /root.
Then you create a new volume. To do this, select «Create logical volume», then select volume group for the new logical volume.
Enter the new volume name. Then, select the volume size. In this case - root and 30G.
Press «Finish», to complete the logical volume configuration.
Then select the file system to create logical volumes. To do this, in the Settings window, select the created volume for the subsequent modification of the file system and mount options, and press Enter.
In the opened editing window in the «use as» section select the «Ext4» for the file system.
Then specify the mount option. To do this, in the section «Mount point» select /- root file system.
To complete the partition setup press «Done setting up the partition».
Then, to complete the partition process and safe changes on the disk select «Finish partitioning and write changes to disk».
Before starting the process of creating the server, system will update the input data again. If the data is correct, all changes must be confirmed by pressing «Yes».
Then the process of installing the base system will start.
To configure the package manager press «Yes» to select a network mirror. Further in the list, you can select any connection to the repository, and any address of the server where SSH packages are stored.
If you connect to the Internet using a proxy server, you need to register the address of your Internet connection through a proxy, if the proxy server is not used, then leave the field empty.
Installation system will offer to take part in the survey about packet popularity. Press «No» to continue the installation process.
In package selection screen, select only «SSH» server, and click «Continue».
In the opened window Boot Loader GRUB click «Yes».
In the opened window the system will inform about the completion of the installation process. Press «Continue» to run the server.
The system installed successfully!
License - the basis for the provision of services by the service provider to the client of the service. The license determines the scope of the service through the indication of restrictions, for example by the validity period, the number of users or the number of machines.
Basic company - client, user, service consumer (an individual or a legal entity that has a car fleet).
User - an employee or another person related to the underlying company.
Monitored object/vehicle is a vehicle with an installed GPS-tracker, which is being monitored by the Navitel Monitoring program.
GPS-tracker is a data transmitter and receiver device using the Global Positioning System for accurate determination of an object location, used for satellite monitoring of vehicles, people, and other objects, which it can be applied to.
Track is a route recorded by a vehicle tracker and displayed on the map.
POI (Points of Interest) – POIs are any infrastructural assets and facilities, objects of interest, natural objects, and other points of interest that are displayed on the map.
Access group - special object with respect to which the user's rights are checked when accessing the objects of the system.
Credentials - user rights to objects belonging to a certain access group.