To begin navigating with the Plaspy tools, you need to know the map and all its commands. To access it, just click on the icon  or on the Plaspy logo in the upper left corner.

When entering the platform, the first thing you will see is the map with its various options, so that the user can keep control of all his devices. 

On the map you can find the icons of your devices located in the last position reported by Plaspy. You can zoom in and out as many times as necessary to get detailed and global information of the geographical position of your vehicle. With a double click on the icon, you can access the Street view of the device's route, which makes it easier to move along unknown routes. 

This map also allows you to view: trips completed, alerts, geofences, ranges, and other features that we will be discovering as this manual progresses.

 Icons on the map

Zoom in on the map
Zoom out the map
 Enables Plaspy in full screen
Displays the direction the devices are heading to
 Displays old offline device locations
  Displays geo-fences of the devices
 Displays accumulated critical device alerts
 Hides current accumulated critical device alerts
 Automatically centers the map on new markers

To see more information about our device, we can click on the marker to display more information such as device name, name of the place where it is located, time, battery status, speed and others.

Pressing on the link "Approximate street view", we can see the images of Google Street View, in which we see a photo of the approximate place where our device is.

If we want to see all the detail of the positions, in the lower right part there is a button named Details, pressing it displays a list with all the positions loaded in the map, with more information such as kilometers traveled, inactive time and if it has any active alert.
In details there is a tab with statistics, these statistics are of the range of dates consulted in the map or of the time that the map has been open.

In addition if we need to save our information, we will be able to save it in Microsoft Excel format. To do this we go to the left panel in the option with the diskette, in Save appears the option of "MS Excel" and KML Google Earth.