Features of Free GPS Tracking System GPS-Trace Orange:

More than 150 types of GPS trackers

GPS-Trace Orange works with more than 150 different types of GPS trackers. We do not know any other GPS tracking service that can support that many types of GPS trackers and AVLs. To configure your GPS tracker of Smartphone check GPS trackers list on our web-site, and use settings you will find there.

Real-time tracking

In GPS tracking mode of GPS-Trace Orange service you will see your current location on the map, or the last position when your GPS connection was active. When you move the mouse pointer over your icon on the map you will see extra information about it. You can change image that shows your location on the map.

When you are browsing GPS-Trace Orange from your home or office, you will most probably see that object is not moving, and current speed is 0 m/ph. If you have left your GPS tracker in your car and now you see it moving in the GPS-Trace Orange web-site, than it's probably stolen. If you are tracking your stolen vehicle, or any other object that is currently moving, like your child or relative, than information on the GPS-Trace Orange map would be updating just 1-2 seconds after receiving information from GPS tracker.

In real-time GPS tracking mode name of your object can be shown next to your marker on the map. You can also turn on a tail, which will be showing last 5 point where location messages were received from.


GPS-Trace Orange GPS tracking system can work with following types of maps: WebGIS, OpenStreetMap, Google Maps, and Microsoft Virtual Earth. On the WebGIS maps you will have possibility to make searches for specific addresses, including city, street and house number. There is a 'Snap to road' feature that puts you back to the road, if the GPS track is close to the road, or parallel to it.


The history of your tracks can be put on the map from Tracks section. You can put any number of tracks on your map, choosing any color and width of tracks you like.

GPS-Trace Orange server keeps history of your GPS tracks for 30 days.

POI / My places

POI / My places (Points of Interest) allow you to put markers at the locations that might be interesting or useful. You can also name the place, add short description and attach an image to it.


With Geofences you are able to make a virtual perimeter on geographic areas that have specific interest for you. The main reason to have Geofences is to control whether the units stays within it or not, so that when the geofencing unit enters or exits the area a notification is generated.


GPS-Trace Orange server can generate and send you notifications via SMS, email or with a pop-up window, when something happens. That kind of events might be when you enter or exit geofence area, violate speed limit or press SOS button on your GPS unit.

Messages from your GPS tracker

In Messages mode you can see the list of all messages that have been received by GPS-Trace Orange tracking server from your GPS tracker during last 30 days. System saves date and time of the message, speed, location (latitude and longitude), name of the location (if available). Messages can be exported for viewing in other software, including OziExplorer and Google Earth. Also you can export messages in NMEA 0183 standard.

In Messages mode you can play your tracks on the map. To see where you have been just push the play button and set a speed you like.

In this mode you can also import tracks to see them playing on the map. (NMEA and Wialon message formats are supported). Tracks that have been imported would stay on server for no more than 24 hours.

Additional tools

You can search for addresses from the search panel. Journal keeps logging the history of all your actions. Also you can use tools for calculating distances between places on the map, area and perimeter of regions.

GPS tracking via mobile phone

GPS-Trace Orange service is available form your mobile phone. Mobile site address is http://mobile.gps-trace.com/. In order to start using it you should first activate mobile access in the settings of your GPS tracking account.