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A tour is a map with predefined markers. These can be either spots or areas. These areas can also overlap each other; it is always the area that is farthest up is always valid.

To create a new tour, you have to select in the menu in Expert mode the item Tours** in the Expert mode menu and then create a new tour with the “+” symbol. Each tour must have a name; the description is optional. Here you can additional information, which will help you later, why this tour exists. exists.


Please note, that you have to click on ‘SAVE’ in the upper right corner, so that that your changes are taken over.

Add tour

A tour defines areas of different types (SAFE, DANGER, REST) are defined. However, it is also necessary to specify the type of the tour itself, i.e. which type corresponds to a position in the map that is not explicitly classified. You define this base type in the Base layer list.

Click on ‘Zones’ to switch to the zone editor.

Tour data

Create a new layer on the left with Add layer. The layers are stacked on top of each other stacked and evaluated from top to bottom.

Zone edit

In the example the following tour was defined:

  1. the base layer is a SAFE zone, i.e. every point in the map is considered a safe position and does not trigger a zone alarm.
  2. based on this, a DANGER zone has been created, which in this example is the southern part of the lake. If a device is located in this area, a zone alarm is triggered. zone alarm is triggered. 3.
  3. a small SAFE zone has been created in the border area. This overlaps the danger zone. Since this safety zone is on the danger zone, a device can stay here and no zone alarm is triggered. device can stay here and no zone alarm is triggered. Use this overlap if there are small areas contained within a danger zone, that are considered safe (e.g. small islands or similar).
  4. a REST zone has been created at the shore area, i.e. every device which is located here is monitored with the pause mode (normally no server alarms).

Use the editor to in tours:

  • Mark danger zones as such.
  • Mark quiet zones. Often there are spots or huts in the terrain that are preferred as a used as rest areas.
  • mark safe areas within danger zones
  • explicitly mark unsafe areas within safety zones.

At the end, don’t forget to save the tour by clicking on ‘SAVE’.