How to Start using FINDLO GPS?


As you are reading this section it means you already made your choice, Thanks for Choosing FINDLO.

For starting you journey with FINDLO you need to do as follows:


  1. Look at our list of supported GPS trackers here, and choose the best suitable Findlo device for you as per your need. 

  2. After choosing the Device you can click on buy, which will redirect you to Tracking Platform Subscription page. here you need to choose a subscription for your device.

  3. It is time to make the payment for Device + Subscription. that is all that you have to do now it is our part.

  4. Once we recieve the order we pack & ship the device ASAP.

  5. we create a account on Findlo tacking platform, add your device (device "Name" and "IMEI" number) in your account  and sent the welcome mail with your login details.

  6. Once you recieve the device & Platfrom login details, follow the user manual with the device to configure the device and make it active.

  7. Make sure GPS and Internet connection is activated on the device. Wait for the device to get a satellite fix (this can take some time and it is best achieved outdoors with clear sky). 

  8. Login to FINDLO.CO.IN with your credentials, After some minutes your GPS tracker will appear on the map.

How FINDLO GPS Tracking Works?


With FINDLO online tracking system you can monitor number of objects and display their locations (exact address etc.) on the map in your web browser or mobile.

FINDLO server let user to:
•    Track objects (vehicle, cargo, person, pet, bike) in real time;
•    Get notifications about important events (geofence, speeding etc.);
•    Save fuel;
•    Generate various reports;
•    View historical tracks and many more.


FINDLO tracking software is very user friendly and suitable for personal use or business. 

To start tracking you need one GPS device for each object. GPS device receives position information from GPS satellites, and forwards it to FINDLO servers. Your GPS tracker needs to have an Internet connection to send position data to FINDLO servers. The most common option is to use a data subscription in 2G or 3G mobile networks (standard SIM cards).

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Any thing to Everything 


This Section talk about Anything to Everything about our products & Services which you want to know. we tried our best to cover A to Z of Findlo-GPS Solution.


Getting Started


  1. Check our Email account for the Welcome Mail from ROBOGPS, check your login details

  2. Visit:

  3. Enter the Login credentials

  4. Click "Sign In"

Workspace Overview


  1. After logging in, you will be redirected to the platform main page. This page allows to access most common tracking features and settings, monitor object position on map ant get detailed information such as speed, address, coordinates, history and more.



    1. Top panel

    2. Left panel

    3. Object details panel

    4. Map change and zoomrs

Object details panel


This panel allows you to see moreinformation about object. It appears when you select your object.



  • Altitude - object height over sea level

  • Protocol - gps device protocol (used in: setup->events and tools->alerts->events)

  • Driver - current driver (defined at: setup->drivers)

  • Sensors - below are showed added sensors (edit object->sensors)

  • Position - coordinates of current object position

Top Panel


Top panel is used to quicly access frequently used tools and settings. Also you can easily change your language by clicking flag at the top right corner. Please check separate user manual pages for Tools, Setup and My Account.



  1. Top panel

  2. Left panel

  3. Object details panel

  4. Map change and zoomrs


Left Panel


  1. Objects tab - view all connected devices

  2. Events tab - history of events and alerts/notifications can be viewed (overspeeding, geofence alert, low battery, etc.)

  3. History tab - view history, extended information

  4. Search - find objects by name

  5. Add device - allows to add new gps device

  6. Groups - expand and collapse created groups for objects

  7. Visibility checkbox - turns on or off objects visibility on map

  8. Object information - object name, date and time of last received location

  9. Speed - shows current object speed

  10. Online/Offline - shows if device is online or offline

  11. Edit Object - change device icon, assign to a group, accuracy, sensors, additional information and parameters


In the map you can see location of your objects. To see more details about object, click on its icon.


Using "Tools", user can set alerts/notifications, geofences, POI's, send command to gps tracker, generate reports, etc. Tools can be accessed at the top panel.


To create new alert,


click Tools->Alerts->Add Alert


First of all, you have to name your alert. Then add an email or multiple emails (or cell phone numbers) which will receive a notification when this alert occurs. Secondly, select your objects in "Devices" tab, you want this alert to be applied to.


Now you can select what type of alert you want to create:

  • geofencing 

  • overspeed

  • events


You can create all of them in the same alert or only 1 of them.


Select your created geofence (geofence can be created at Tools->Geofencing->Add geofence) and select Zone In or Zone Out and click Add.


In the example below, alert will be triggered when object enters or exits defined geozone/geofence.




Select km. or mi and enter max speed, then click Add. In the example below, user will receive alert when object reaches 150 km/h speed.




There are 2 select boxes at the beginning:


  • Custom events - these are user defined events, you can create them in Setup->Events. More about creating custom events for each gps tracker and its protocol, please visit Setup page in the manual.


  • System events - these are system/admin defined events, like in example above. There are system events like SOS, Low battery, Ignition ON/OFF for the most popular gps tracker brands. If your protocol or desired event is not listed, you can always create one in Setup->Events


First of all please select custom or system events from select box. In the next select box, protocol name or names, for your selected gps trackers only, will appear (it depends on what objects you selected in Devices tab).


For example.: if you have selected 5 devices that has 2 different protocols, you will see only those 2 protocols that are suitable for your device (gps platform detects your device protocol automatically, make sure you connected it to the platform at least once).


In the final select box, please select desired event you want to be triggered. For example.: if you select SOS and click Add, alert will be triggered when users clicks SOS button.


When alert settings are configured, please click Save button to save your new created alert. It can be edited any time.



To create a new geofence,


click Tools->Geofencing->Add geofence.


Type in geofence name and select it's color, then click on the map to begin drawing geofence. When you finish drawing geofence, duoble click the last point and click Save.


  • Title - report title/name

  • Type - select report type

    • General information - report shows some basic information: top speed, average speed, consumed fuel, route length etc.

    • General information (merged) - general information displayed in a row.

    • Drives and stops - same information as general report but added: objects stops and driving information, like duration of intervals between stops, address where object stopped.

    • Travel sheet - displays coordinates and addresses of stops, fuel consumption, lenght between stops.

    • Overspeeds - speeding cases will be displayed in report as well as additional information such as excess time, how much speed has been exceeded.

    • Underspeeds - underspeeding cases will be displayed in the report.

    • Geofence in/out - entry/exit time in each zone and out zone, stay time in zone.

    • Events - events information: event name coordinates and address, time.

    • Service - service information.

    • Fuel level - information about fuel level changes.

    • Fuel fillings - object fuel fillings history.

    • Fuel thefts - object fuel thefts history.


  • Format - select format that report will be generated: PDF (for viewving in Adobe Acrobat Reader), HTML (for viewing in browser), XLS (for viewing and editing in Microsoft Excel)

  • Show addresses - near to location points addresses will be shown.

  • Zones instead of addresses - instead of addresses zone names will be shown.

  • Stops - set time of stops to eliminate traffic light stops.

  • Speed limit (kph) - speed limit for Overspeed and Underspeed reports.


  • Daily - reports will be sent every day for previous day.

  • Weekly - reports will be sent oncein a week, every Monday for previous week.

  • Send to e-mail - enter e-mail addresses separated by comma to send reports to.


Select objects to create report.



This allows to select zones whose details will be seen in report. Zone selection is available only if Report type Zone in/out is chosen.

Time period
  1. Filter - easy wayto set time period.

  2. Time from/ Time to - set time period of report.


Generated reports

There you can see your generated/scheduled reports. Also you can edit or delete them.



To check distance between 2 or more points, click Tools->Ruler and start clicking on the map.



POI - point of interest. These are the icons that you can put anywhere in the map and create label for it.


Send command

In order to send command to the device, sms gateway must be enabled (Setup->SMS).


Show point

With this tool you can see point on the map by entering coordinates. 


Set Up

In setup window you can setup multiple settings for all your gps trackers, create groups, drivers, custom events, sms gateway.



In the main tab you can define speed, capacity, altitude measurements and also select timezone for all your gps trackers. At the bottom there is server region and IP address you are logged in to.


Object groups


In "Object groups" tab you can create groups for your gps devices. To assign a device of your created group, go to Object->Edit->Advanced->Group, select your created group and click Save.



Here you can create drivers, click "Add driver" to create one. Type in any name and select your gps device. If your device has iButton or RFID, type in rfid/ibutton number in RFID field. GPS server automatically identifies gps device protocol and decodes rfid message. After creating new driver, swipe the card/item over your rfid device and you should see driver name in the left bottom panel or by clicking on the object.



Here you can define your custom events. For example you can define that if SOS button is pressed, device battery ran low, etc. event will be triggered.

To know which protocol to select, please connect your gps device to the platform and check object details pannel at the bottom left:



Here you can configure SMS gateway. You need to have your own sms gateway provider like clickatell or any other. After enabling SMS gateway, your devices can receive alerts/notifications about events via SMS. Also you can send sms messages to your devices via Tools->Send command




Lets review some examples:


Example 1

In the picture above we showed event for teltonika and extended information screenshot for the same device. We know that <io66> tag stands for "external power" and we also know that if value inside this tag drops below 1000 it means that engine was turned off. We can check later messages and we will see that in the extended popup window, this tag value will go lower after the engine is turned off. So in the event tab we need to select protocol teltonika, input io66 in the tag name field, select less than in the next select box and input 1000 in the last field. In the message field write in what text you want to see when event is triggered.


Example 2

Let's say your tag name is <battery> and you want to create "Low battery" event. In the Add eventwindow, select device protocol, input tag name battery, select less than and input any value you want, for exampe 10 or 15. In the message field write in any text you want. Now when device battery goes down to 10 or 15, event will be triggered.


Example 3

Now let us create SOS event. For example, coban gps tracker, when sos button is pressed, sends tag <alarm>help me</alarm>, then all we have to do is just enter alarm in the tag name field, select equals to and write in help me in the tag value field.

Tickbox "Show always" - when it is ticked, event will be triggered no matter what, if it is not clicked, only oposite event will be triggered.


In the picture above, there is coban's "gps103" protocol and in the example above - "teltonika".


Also you need to know what tag names your gps tracker sends. Todo so, please go to History->Select object->Click extended info tickbox->Show history. Now, when you click on the arrow or click "Messages" tab and then click on any message, popup window will appear with all tag names:


There are many tag names like "sat, power, io21..." etc. So if you want to create an event for tag "<sat>", then yu have to input sat in the tag name field.


Change password

To change your password, click change password and you will be redirected to the new form where you can change your password.


Log out

Click log out to exit from gps server platform.

My Account

In setup window you can setup multiple settings for all your gps trackers, create groups, drivers, custom events, sms gateway.



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