BeWhere GPS

BeWhere GPS

The BeWhere GPS can be easily integrated with TagoIO through the middleware that interacts with their servers. The middleware allows uplink communication between the device and TagoIO, while parsing the messages in order to extract commands and variables in real-time. 

Just follow these simple steps to get the data from your GPS into your account at TagoIO.

TagoIO Setup

To add a device in your account at TagoIO, go to Devices and click on 'Add Devices',  select network by 'Cellular', and pick your BeWhere device from the list.

Enter a name for your device, and then enter the IMEI information. Click on 'Create device'.

Then, if you haven't already, generate an Authorization that will be used by all your Bewhere devices.

Click on Devices again, then 'Authorization'. In the Service authorization area, you will need only to give a name (e.g. BeWhere Auth) and click on 'Generate'. 

Then, copy the Authorization to use it in the next step. 

This authorization should be inserted into your BeWhere account so that the devices will be linked to your TagoIO account.

BeWhere Setup

Set the configuration in your BeWhere portal  to make sure that it will forward data from all your GPS devices to TagoIO.  

Click on your settings > Edit account, and then under the tab 'Routings', you will need to give a name for the routing. Enter the url of our middleware (below), type authorization in the left field of the Headers, and paste the authorization you created at TagoIO in the right side of the Headers.


< then add your Authorization>

It will look like the image below:

If you are not able to edit these fields, please contact your administrator at BeWhere.

Turn your GPS on, and wait for the data to arrive and hit your data bucket, and it will be ready to be shown in the dashboards.

You can start to build your dashboard by adding gauges, maps (add the variable 'location'), tables and more. 

Enjoy your BeWhere GPS devices with TagoIO!

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