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GPS Trace is a non-commercial GPS tracking software for monitoring of any kind of assets. It is fast, simple,
convenient and absolutely free. GPS Trace works with most of the popular GPS trackers on the market and is perfect
for anyone who needs to keep an eye on his/her vehicles, family members, or other assets.
GPS Trace is the product created by the Gurtam company.
Gurtam is the leader in the area of GPS tracking and IoT software development with more than 15 years of experience.
You can learn more about Gurtam and its products here.
Being a simple tracking tool, GPS Trace includes all the major features that are necessary for daily
GPS tracking activities: online monitoring, trip detection, geofencing, tracks, online notifications,
events history, location sharing and others. Apart from the web version, we also provide fully functional
mobile versions for iOS and Android.
Because GPS Trace is a free tool, it certainly has limits and restrictions. You can check all of them here.
If you wish to extend the limits of GPS Trace, please try our professional solution for telematics and GPS tracking - Wialon.
Apart from GPS Trace, Gurtam provides a range of professional products for GPS tracking, fleet management and IoT.
Learn more about them here
If you have any questions about GPS Trace, you can find the answers at our
will provide you with the software online manuals, describing the user interface, the features and
will guide you through the platform.
The FAQ section answers the most common questions our
users come across when working with GPS Trace.
In Trackers, you will find all the devices that are supported
in GPS Trace and learn how to connect them to the software.
In case your issue still persists, please visit GPS Trace Forum.
Here you can put your questions directly to our technical support specialists and share your experience with other GPS Trace users.
Your GPS Trace account will be removed automatically after 30 days since the last login to the software.
In case your account was removed, you will have to create a new one and add your units once again.
New GPS Trace was designed as the product to replace the previous version, but technically it appeared to
be a totally new software developed from the scratch in terms of design, the backend, and the entire concept.
Of course, the first thing that strikes is the interface and its logic. It is simple, intuitive and user-friendly.
Though at first glance it’s hardly possible to notice the changes in the backend, one can admit the speed and
stability of the software while using it for tracking purposes. Finally, GPS Trace mobile
app has received a fully functional mobile version allowing users to enjoy all the benefits of the web version on their mobile phones.
If you have an account on GPS Trace 1.0, you can feel free to work with your units in the
new software version. What you need to do is to log in to the new version of GPS Trace, using your
old login and password. No need to do any transfers or upgrades.
Yes, sure. You can benefit from a fully-functional version of
GPS Trace mobile that is compatible
with both Android and iOS.
GPS Trace works with most of the popular GPS trackers and virtual devices on the market.
Check the complete list of trackers supported and learn how to connect your
tracker to GPS Trace here.
To connect a tracker to GPS Trace, you need to create a unit in the application, then point
your tracker to the IP and port GPS Trace provides. If everything is done properly, the device
will come online and appear on the map in GPS Trace. Please find detailed instructions on how
to connect your tracker to GPS Trace here.
There may be a number of reasons why your device doesn’t come online or doesn’t send any data.
Check the list of the most popular reasons and the solutions below:
Make sure you have specified a correct tracker type and a tracker ID in the Unit settings menu.
Make sure that you have set the data frequency sending of your GPS tracker.
Check if your device ‘sees’ satellites. If your device is indoors, please place it outside or leave the building and move around letting the GPS antenna of your tracker connect with satellites.
Take a test drive with the device. Some trackers do not send coordinates if the unit does not move.
Make sure that the balance of the SIM card in your GPS tracker is positive and the PIN code is disabled.
Check the correctness of the entered data on the device side (APN, IP address, port) and make sure there are no extra spaces, dots, etc.
The ID of the tracker is a unique identifier of a device that allows the system to detect the tracker
as a unique and independent unit. In most cases, it is the IMEI
of the device, serial number, or it also can be a custom numeric value that should be entered by the user.
IMEI and serial number are usually listed on the tracker case. If the ID is unknown, please contact the device
manufacturer directly to learn how to find it.