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PEGASUS USERS GUIDE
GPS /GPRS SOLUTION FOR YOUR FLEET
Table of Content
General Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 5
Login................................................................................................................................................. 5
Compatibility .................................................................................................................................... 5
Main Graphical User Interface ........................................................................................................... 6
Devices Panel .................................................................................................................................... 8
A. Show Unit ...........................................................................................................................................8
B. Unit Name ..........................................................................................................................................8
C. Keep Unit in View ...............................................................................................................................8
D. Motion States .....................................................................................................................................8
E. GPS Locking ........................................................................................................................................9
F. Position Detection ..............................................................................................................................9
G. Communication Mode.........................................................................................................................9
H. Feature Set .........................................................................................................................................9
Information Grid ............................................................................................................................. 10
Status Bar ....................................................................................................................................... 11
A. Device Configuration status ............................................................................................................... 12
B. Group Bar ......................................................................................................................................... 12
Search Devices ................................................................................................................................ 12
Actions............................................................................................................................................ 14
A. General............................................................................................................................................. 15
B. Status ............................................................................................................................................... 16
C. Security ............................................................................................................................................ 17
D. Setup ................................................................................................................................................ 18
E. Admin .............................................................................................................................................. 19
New Device ..................................................................................................................................... 19
A. General ................................................................................................................................................ 20
View Device Details ......................................................................................................................... 21
Edit Device ...................................................................................................................................... 22
Delete Device .................................................................................................................................. 22
Device History ................................................................................................................................. 23
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A. Track Player ...................................................................................................................................... 23
Device Reports ................................................................................................................................ 23
Device Zones ................................................................................................................................... 24
A. Polygon Zones .................................................................................................................................. 24
B. Route Zones ...................................................................................................................................... 24
C. POI Route ......................................................................................................................................... 24
Update Device Locations ................................................................................................................. 25
Client Correspondence..................................................................................................................... 25
Device Maintenance........................................................................................................................ 26
Command History ........................................................................................................................... 27
Show Group .................................................................................................................................... 27
Administration ................................................................................................................................ 28
A. Accounts ........................................................................................................................................... 28
Users .............................................................................................................................................. 29
Roles ............................................................................................................................................... 32
Device Profiles ................................................................................................................................ 33
Manage AMF .................................................................................................................................. 35
Sub Account Access ......................................................................................................................... 35
Log Back to Master ......................................................................................................................... 36
Uninstall Device .............................................................................................................................. 36
Tools ............................................................................................................................................... 37
Change Password ............................................................................................................................ 37
Attach Driver .................................................................................................................................. 37
Camera Gallery ............................................................................................................................... 38
Complaint ....................................................................................................................................... 38
Faults Management ........................................................................................................................ 39
Medical Rescue ............................................................................................................................... 40
Fuel Entries ..................................................................................................................................... 41
Assign Installer ............................................................................................................................... 41
User Setting .................................................................................................................................... 42
Zones .............................................................................................................................................. 42
Geozone.......................................................................................................................................... 43
Routes ............................................................................................................................................ 44
POIs (Points of Interest) ................................................................................................................... 44
Find Nearest Vehicles ...................................................................................................................... 44
POI Dashboard ................................................................................................................................ 45
POI Overstay Dashboard ................................................................................................................. 46
Reports ........................................................................................................................................... 47
Vehicle History Report ..................................................................................................................... 48
Trip Report ...................................................................................................................................... 49
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Idle Time Report .............................................................................................................................. 50
Mileage Report ............................................................................................................................... 51
Driver Safety Report ........................................................................................................................ 52
Driving Safety Violation Report ....................................................................................................... 53
Vehicle Maintenance Report ........................................................................................................... 53
Driver Vehicle Report ...................................................................................................................... 54
Devices Status Report...................................................................................................................... 54
Home Visit Report ........................................................................................................................... 55
POI (Points of Interest) Report ......................................................................................................... 55
POI Report Visits Report: .............................................................................................................. 56
POI Report Distance Report .......................................................................................................... 56
POI Report Present Report ............................................................................................................ 57
POI Report Non-Visit Report ..................................................................................................... 57
POI Report Home to POI Trips ................................................................................................... 58
POI Routes ...................................................................................................................................... 58
Stops Report ................................................................................................................................... 59
Correspondence Report ................................................................................................................... 60
Dashboard Report ........................................................................................................................... 60
Fuel Report ..................................................................................................................................... 61
Fuel Report (2) ................................................................................................................................ 62
Simple Fuel Report .......................................................................................................................... 62
Station Travel Report ...................................................................................................................... 63
Trip Fuel Report .............................................................................................................................. 64
GenSet Report ................................................................................................................................. 64
Alerts Report ................................................................................................................................... 65
Alert Ack Report .............................................................................................................................. 66
Action Log Report ........................................................................................................................... 66
AMF Report .................................................................................................................................... 67
NR/ Unlocked Devices Report .......................................................................................................... 67
SIM Report ...................................................................................................................................... 68
Attribute ......................................................................................................................................... 69
Device Maintenance........................................................................................................................ 69
GEO Fence Report ........................................................................................................................... 70
Temperature Report ........................................................................................................................ 71
Exact Report ................................................................................................................................... 71
Temperature Report Average Report ............................................................................................ 72
Temperature Report Dashboard Report ........................................................................................ 73
Temperature Report Excel Report ................................................................................................. 73
Route Travel Report ........................................................................................................................ 74
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Route Deviation Report ................................................................................................................... 74
POI Shuttle Report .......................................................................................................................... 75
Daily Snapshot Report ..................................................................................................................... 75
Trip Expenses Report ....................................................................................................................... 76
Trip Exception Report ...................................................................................................................... 76
Shipment Report ............................................................................................................................. 77
Vehicle Report ................................................................................................................................ 78
Ignition ON / OFF Report ................................................................................................................. 79
Notification Report ......................................................................................................................... 80
Daily Summary Report. ................................................................................................................... 81
Excel Report .................................................................................................................................... 82
A. Trip Report Excel Sheet ................................................................................................................... 82
Dashboard Report ........................................................................................................................... 83
A. Fuel Entries Report ........................................................................................................................... 84
Report Emailing .............................................................................................................................. 85
Scheduling Reports ......................................................................................................................... 86
Scheduled Reports ........................................................................................................................... 86
Technician Activity Report ............................................................................................................... 87
Vehicles .......................................................................................................................................... 87
Add/ Edit Vehicles ........................................................................................................................... 87
Vehicle Maintenance....................................................................................................................... 88
Vehicle Incident............................................................................................................................... 89
Drivers ............................................................................................................................................ 90
Shipment ........................................................................................................................................ 91
Show Tracks .................................................................................................................................... 92
Communication ............................................................................................................................... 93
Communication Log ........................................................................................................................ 93
Alerts Log........................................................................................................................................ 94
Device Info Log ............................................................................................................................... 95
Events Log ...................................................................................................................................... 96
Message Log ................................................................................................................................... 97
Installation Log ............................................................................................................................... 98
Group Command ........................................................................................................................... 100
Group ........................................................................................................................................... 100
Customers ..................................................................................................................................... 102
Notifications ................................................................................................................................. 103
Notification Type .......................................................................................................................... 107
SIMs ............................................................................................................................................. 112
Pegasus Dashboard ....................................................................................................................... 113
A. Filters ............................................................................................................................................. 113
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B. Groups............................................................................................................................................ 113
C. Information Table ........................................................................................................................... 114
General Introduction
This user manual will walk you through the initial login and the various capabilities of the Pegasus system, including
Device Initialization, Profile Creation, Mapping, Device Communication and Reporting capability. This user manual
intends to be a step-by-step guide, showing how each of the various features and capabilities of the software is
accessed and exercised in order to learn how it can be of benefit to you and your business. You can follow along with
the Pegasus Site at http://pegasus.naxertech.com/MainPage.aspx. with the given login information.
Login
The Pegasus login is at the URL http://pegasus.naxertech.com/MainPage.aspx. The user login option is also available
at our official website www.naxertech.com. By using these options, you will be presented with a Login window as
shown below:
Please use the provided credentials and click Login button. This will take you to the main user interface of the Pegasus
software as shown in the image on the next page.
Compatibility
Pegasus System does support all available versions of windows including Microsoft windows 7, 10 …etc. We do recommend
to login Pegasus System by using Microsoft Internet explorer version 11, Google Chrome (Latest Versions) or Mozilla Firefox
ESR (Extended support Release) for better browsing results and getting most advanced features of Pegasus Systems.
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Main Graphical User Interface
A. Actions
Actions button in the Devices Panel offers variety
of functionalities and correspondence to specific
and multiple installed devices. You can also
add/edit or delete devices here. Click on Actions .
B. Administration
Accounts button enables you to Create & Edit
Administrator/ Master Accounts, User Accounts
and set roles for the Users. More details under
Administration section.
C. Tools
Tools button opens a whole bundle of options to
set various settings that should be applied to a
tracking device. More detail under Tools section.
D. Zones
This contains options i.e., Geo Zones, routes, POI
and find nearest vehicle. POIs button opens up
Point of Interest dialog box which allows marking
points of interest on the map. Each place can have
its image on the map (an icon). Geo Zones button
open up Geo Zone dialog box where co-ordinates
could be specified to set a geo zone. More detail
under Zones section.
E. Reports
Reports button open up a Reports dialog box
where you can generate variety of reports for the
vehicles added to the Pegasus system. More detail
under Reports section.
F. Vehicle
You can Add/Edit or delete vehicle details and this
can be reflected under installed devices
description. Driver ID and Shipment handling are
its most enhanced features. More detail under
Vehicle section.
G. Communication
You can find all the logs of communication
between Pegasus software and tracking device and
vice versa. For example, Comm logs, Alert log,
Event log, Installation logs, not responding devices
and Group commands privileges. A panel listing all
the alerts generated by the tracking device(s)
added to the Pegasus system under a Master
account. Enabling/ Disabling the Alert checkbox
enable/ disable alert notifications
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H. Groups
Groups button open up Device Groups dialog box
where you can Add & Edit a group and assign
multiple vehicles to a group. You can maintain
subgroups with desired attributes of alerts popup.
This usually used for fleet management. More
detail under Groups section.
I. Customers
Customers Information dialog box where you can
Add & Edit information about the customers and
attach customer profile to a particular device or
group. More detail under Customers section.
J. SIMs
SIMs is an extra feature which facilitates user (especially for Distributors or large Fleet Management) to manage SIMs
of different GSM operators in a country that are in use with the tracking devices. More detail under SIMs section.
K. Notifications
This notification system is a combination of software and hardware that provides a means of delivering a message to
the recipient(s). More detail under Notifications section.
L. Dashboard
With one glance, a dashboard offers the user an array of important business insight i.e., Moving vehicles, Idle Vehicles, stop
vehicles along with forecast of weather conditions. More details under Dashboard.
M. Log Out
Click to log out from Pegasus system.
N. Devices Panel
Device panel displays all the devices that are added to the Pegasus system. Devices panel provides variety of options which
are available through graphics displayed in front of each tracking device added to the Pegasus system. More details under
Devices Panel section.
O. Map
Digital map from Google to display devices and tracks of vehicles where currently located.
Route Length
Vehicle Traveled distance can be seen
in Info box on the vehicle icon in the
map as shown in picture.
You can denote currently route
length of the currently loaded route
for getting customized route length in
specific time.
P. Information Grid
Information grid displays all the necessary, required information for the selected device. It includes, Name, Time, Address,
Speed, Odometer, IGN, Alerts, Src, GPS, Attributes, Latitude/ Longitude, Analog, Pkt#, Status, Sats and Fields. More detail
under Information Grid section.
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Q. Status Bar
Status bar of the Pegasus system provides more helpful options. These options include Locations, Logs, Show POIs, Hide List,
Traffic, Trip, Focus and Export. More detail under Status Bar section.
Devices Panel
Device panel displays all the devices that are added to the Pegasus system. Devices panel provides variety of options which
are available through graphics displayed in front of each tracking device added to the Pegasus system. Lets first discuss the
options that are available to us in graphical shape. Most of these options are for informational purpose as shown in the belo w
image.
A. Show Unit
Enabling the check Show Unit check box in the Device Panel shows the last location of the tracking unit on the map.
By default, all the check boxes are checked when the user logs into the Pegasus system and Pegasus displays all the
vehicles in the group on the map as per the last location sent by the tracking unit.
B. Unit Name
Devices are displayed under the Devices Panel by the names given to them in the Device Form. Devices can be named
with a specific naming convention followed in your company or it can b e a license plate number.
You can show device description in devices list view which can be edit by user having Device Admin Read View rights.
This is to allow temporary labels to be added to devices.
C. Keep Unit in View
Enabling this check box will locate the unit/ vehicle instantly on the map and will always display it on the map. If the
vehicle is moving, map will automatically refresh itself with the current position of the vehicle and there will be no
need to refresh the browser to get the updated location of the vehicle on the map. Unit/ Vehicle will not be displayed
on the map if the check box is not enabled. This option is provided if you do not want a specific Unit/ vehicle(s) to be
displayed on the map simultaneously this will help you to locate a Unit/ vehicle quickly and allowing the software to
consume less resources of the machine which means high efficiency of the Pegasus system.
D. Motion States
This column displays different Motion States of the unit and the icons changes as per the current s tate of a unit/
vehicle. Below is the list of motion states with description.
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
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Engine is on & vehicle is Moving.
Engine is on but vehicle is
stopped.
Engine is off & vehicle is not
moving.
Last known status is
standing.
Unknown motion status and it
appears if the time is passed
more than 90 minutes.
Engine Immobilized
E. GPS Locking
This column displays different states of GPS Locking. If the GPS of the tracking unit is completely locked, an icon
colored in green will display. Below is the matrix of the different state of the GPS lock.
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
GPS is locked.
GPS never locked.
F. Position Detection
This column displays different states of Position Detection. It is based on the time interval; icon will be colored green
if the time interval is less. Below is the matrix of the different state of the Position Detection.
Description
Description
Currently detected position.
Communicated an hour before.
Four hours passed.
Never detected any position or
last position detected X days ago.
G. Communication Mode
This column displays the last Communication Mode of the unit over which it was connected to the server. Below is the matrix
of the different type of Communication Mode.
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Last connection on GPRS.
Last connection on SMS.
H. Feature Set
This column displays the icon of the feature set. Feature set selection is available under Add Device discussed above in the
document. Below is the matrix of the different type of Feature sets.
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Voice Interface. (NTT-101 Voice
Model)
Temperature (NTT-101
Temperature Model)
Fuel (NTT-101 Fuel Model)
iButton (NTT-101 iButton
Model)
Camera (NTT-101 Camera Model)
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Information Grid
Information grid displays such information regarding selected device(s) for which is required instantly by the user. An image of the
information grid is shown below:
Explanation of each column of the Information Grid is given below:
A. Device
Displays the name(s) of the device(s) selected in the
Device Panel.
B. Time
Displays the date & time of the location packet
received by the Pegasus system.
C. Address
Displays the address of the location sent by the device
to Pegasus system.
D. Speed
Displays the speed of the vehicle detected and
reported by the device to the Pegasus system.
E. Odometer
Displays the current odometer reading of the vehicle
if synced with the vehicle’s odometer when adding
the device to the Pegasus system.
F. IGN
Displays the ignition status of the vehicle reported by
the device to the Pegasus system. If checked vehicle’s
ignition is on otherwise Off.
G. Alerts
Displays the alerts reported by the device to the
Pegasus system.
H. Src
Displays the communication medium used by the
device to send location packet by the device to
Pegasus system i.e., GPRS or SMS.
I. GPS
Displays the status of the GPS of the device reported
to Pegasus system. Checked if GPS is locked,
unchecked when GPS is unlocked.
J. Latitude/ Longitude
Displays the latitude/ longitude values detected by
the GPS module of the device and reported by the
device to Pegasus system.
K. Analog
Displays the voltage detected by the device,
connected to the analog input of the device, to
Pegasus system.
L. Pkt#
Displays the number of location packets sent by the
device to Pegasus system.
M. Status
Displays the status bits.
N. Sats
Displays the number of satellites connected to the
device, when location was saved by the device.
O. Fields
Displays other informational data related to the
device.
i. SMS
Displays the number of SMS sent by the
device.
ii. V
Displays the voltage of the main battery i.e.,
vehicle’s own battery.
iii. B
Displays the voltage of the backup battery
i.e., battery inside the device.
iv. H
Displays the HDOP value calculated by the
device when the location was saved by the
device.
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Status Bar
Status bar of the Pegasus system provide more useful options to users. Status bar is located at the bottom and just under the
Information Grid of the Pegasus system as shown in the below image:
Let’s discuss in detail all the options that are available to us on the status bar of the Pegasus system.
A. Locations
Enable the check box to hide/ unhide the Information
Grid. Increase/ Decrease the number of locations either by
inputting a numerical digit or by the pressing the increase/
decrease buttons.
B. RRT (Real Time Tracking)
Get real time location updates by enabling the check box
labelled as RTT. By default, its unchecked. Select any
vehicle(s) by enabling the check box having tool tip “Keep
asset in view” and enable the check box available at the
bottom of the Pegasus system GUI labelled as RTT”. A
small window will appear on the map and start populating
with the information of Time when location packet
received by Pegasus system, Name of the selected
vehicle(s) and Time when device took the location.
Information grid available on the main GUI of the Pegasus
system will also update with the current location of the
vehicle. Please note that information will be available for
the current location only.
C. Show POIs
Enable the check box labelled as Show POIs in Status Bar
to display POIs on the map. By default, POIs are hidden on
the map to avoid clutter and speed up refresh.
D. Traffic
This option will provide traffic details on the map,
Traffic delays, crashes, construction, and road
closures can be monitored by just enabling traffic
check box
E. Trips
Enable the check box with double click on
desired device in device list, it will show you
trips of current day. You can select each trip
information to view on Map.
F. Hide List
Enable the check box labelled as hide list to hide the
Device Panel. This is to allow maximum map size.
G. Focus
Clicking the focus button will re-focus map on the
selected assets/ devices in Device Panel.
H. Export
All the data available in the Information Grid on the
main GUI of the Pegasus system can be exported to
an Excel file. Please follow the given below steps:
Double click any device in the Device Panel
and Pegasus system will populate the
Information Grid with all the location data
sent by the device.
Click the Export button, it will open the File
Saving dialog box.
Select a proper location to save the file on
the machine.
Give a proper name to the Excel file and click
Save button.
Pegasus system will create & save an excel
file at the desired location populated with
the same data that is available in the
Information Grid.
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A. Device Configuration status
Clicking this icon displays a dialog box showing
all the configuration settings of the respective
device as shown in the below image:
B. Group Bar
Group bar displays the name of the group and
number of vehicles that are under a group.
Search Devices
Installed devices can be searched in search bar which is top left side of Pegasus application .
You can type partial or full devices name or Group name to filter matching devices. Here is question mark sign to help you
in syntax for apply in search bar.
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Advance Device Search
Advanced device search option will popup new window when you r click on + sign with magnifier (Describing in picture)
Advance Device Search Form dialog box is consisted on two segments. The upper part of advance device search, you can input
information you we want to search, this option workout even you remember a single entry such as Device ID, IMEI Number,
Registered number in device and more importantly by contact number …etc
A query will be generated according to given information and all similar data from Pegasus database will be extracted and
show as results.
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Actions
When a new account will be created there wouldnt be any device added to the Devices Panel but the Actions button will be
enabled so that a device could be added which is the next step after adding SIM in the SIMs module and creating a Profile in
the Pegasus system.
In other case if there are devices added to the Pegasus system and are available in the Devices Panel, Actions butto n will only
enable if a device is selected from the Devices Panel to perform any action. Below is an image illustrating Actions menu:
Communicate to Device: Pegasus offers you to communicate its hardware level. You can setup devices , get their
status, implement securities and administrate tracking device through its shell commands.
Add Device: A device form will be opened for basic information that is required to add the device in Pegasus
database. Discussed in detail below in “Add Devicesection)
View Details: This opens the Device Form in view mode in which information can only be read.
Edit Device: By using this, you can edit existing devices. Selecting this option opens the Device Form in edit
mode in which you can make changes to the form fields and Save the changes.
Delete Device: For deleting existing vehicles and will no longer appear under the Device Panel. (By default,
this option is disabled)
Device History: Here you can provide the appropriate parameters and Pegasus will draw the whole route
on the map as per the locations received from the device.
Device Reports: Pegasus will open its Reports panel which is also available from main menu where various
forms of reports could be generated.
Device Zones: Selecting this option, Pegasus will open Geo Zone dialogue box, where you can apply
Polygonal or Route, geo zone to the device.
Update Location: It will retrieve all available positions recor