Geofencing lets you use a device’s location — generated by GPS — to trigger an alert when the device enters or leaves a defined area. Geofencing can offer protection against theft, loss, and unauthorized use.
In order for geofencing to work, the device must have internet connectivity and location services enabled. Geofencing is typically used for cellular-connected devices with high accuracy location services, such as smartphones or tablets.
See a list of your geofences.
See geofences on the map.
To see an existing geofence, click on the name of the geofence from the list. This will bring up the Map View.
You'll see the devices associated with that geofence, the area of the geofence, its central location (radius), and the action the geofence will take if the device goes out of range.
To view the devices in relation to your geofence, navigate to the "Devices on Fence" tab.