Location doesn’t seem accurate?
The device supports GPS tracking (Outdoor), Wi-Fi tracking (Outdoor and indoor), LBS tracking (Outdoor and indoor).
The primary difference between GPS and Wi-Fi locating technologies is in the method of gathering location data.
GPS uses satellites that orbit around the Earth to triangulate a user's location, whereas Wi-Fi locating technology uses relative network signal strength gathered at network access points.
GPS tracking is available in outdoor but not recommended for indoor. When the GPS watch doesn’t find a GPS signal, it will use Wi-Fi or LBS tracking.
Wi-Fi tracking is better for indoor comparing with LBS tracking.
- GPS/AGPS: 5-15m
Reasons for inaccuracy:
- If GPS tracker is indoors, it will now have a clear line of sight with at least three GPS satellites.
- The environment around GPS tracker plays a big part in its accuracy if there are objects or environmental obstructions such as mountains, tin roofs, buildings or even heavy tree cover can affect the connection to a satellite.
- GPS interval is not properly set. Please ensure you have set your GPS positioning interval; 1 minute, 10 minutes or 1 hour.
NOTE: In order to save battery power, if the tracker is not moving, it will not upload data positioning to the APP.
Request location: Use the ‘Locate’ button in the app to request a live location position to be sent to the app.