This article explains the different alert types available for your Cellular GPS Tracker. If you have any further questions about the Cellular GPS Tracker we invite you to click here. If your search concerns other products we invite you to visit the Help Center.
It is very important to distinguish between the different alert types. We will therefore explain to you the differences between each of them.
1) The antitheft alert, or alert for suspicious movement while stationary
The anti-theft or "movement while stationary" alert warns you after a period of immobility when the tracker is tilted or shaken to warn you of any suspicious movement that may be a sign of theft or vandalism. It is particularly suitable for vehicles.
For this alert to work, your tracker must have been stationary for more than 5 minutes.
Use case: The alert also works in the event of an accidental fall of your stationary motorbike, which can harm the engine.
By activating the Smart Alarm option, make sure to receive anti-theft alerts only when your vehicle is moving and you are not within reach, thus filtering out unnecessary notifications.
2) The geofencing alerts
This is a geofencing alert. It is triggered when the tracker either leaves or enters an area that you predefine from the Invoxia GPS application.
Use this alert to be notified if your vehicle is stolen from your house for instance, or to be reassured when your kids arrive to school or home after the day.
3) The "significant journey" alert
This is an alert that is triggered when your vehicle has been stationary for at least 5 minutes and a new location is detected because the tracker has changed its location.
E.g.: Your vehicle has been at your home for 4 hours. A journey is noted following a location 600 metres from your home. You then receive a "significant journey" alert.