Frequently asked questions

Technical questions.

Is widziszwszystko sp. z o. o. provides time tracking services?

The company widziszwszystko offers services in the field of time tracking for drivers, business trips, and minimum wage settlements. For all details, please contact our consultant. Feel free to get in touch.

How long do you need to sign the contract?

We sign the contract for as long as the client desires. We are very flexible regarding its duration.

How often are the position data updated?

The data is updated even every few seconds.

What happens when a vehicle with a Polish subscription goes abroad?

We lose visibility of the vehicle when it goes abroad, but once it logs back into the Polish network, it will be possible to check the entire route of travel again.

Is it possible to overlay routes of vehicles on top of each other?

Yes, the widziszwszystko application provides that capability.

Why can't I log in? Account locked

Please check if the system hasn't been locked due to a lack of payment. We also recommend contacting our office at 601950095 if you have any doubts.

Why did the car come to a stop at the border?

It's highly possible that roaming hasn't been activated. Please contact the technical support department.

Who should I report the issue with mileage counting to?

For technical issues, please use the help section located on our website.

What does it mean if a car is shining in blue or yellow color?

The blue color indicates that the vehicle is stationary with the engine running, while the yellow color signifies a lack of GPS signal.

Why is the list of objects on the car and in the window showing an outdated time and date?

For technical matters, please use the help section located on our website.

General questions

What is GPS monitoring

GPS monitoring is a technology for tracking and locating vehicles, individuals, or objects using GPS signals.

How does GPS monitoring and tracking work?

GPS monitoring in personal and commercial vehicles relies on the use of GPS (Global Positioning System) technology, which involves locating and tracking objects using signals transmitted by satellites orbiting the Earth.

The entire process works as follows:

1. GPS Satellite Signals

The GPS system consists of a network of satellites positioned in orbit around the Earth. Each of these satellites continuously emits a radio signal containing information about its position and precise time.

2. GPS Receiver in the Vehicle

Vehicles equipped with a GPS receiver receive these signals from satellites. The receiver analyzes the time it takes for signals to arrive from different satellites and, based on this information, determines the precise location of the vehicle.

3. Three-Dimensional Location

The GPS receiver calculates the three-dimensional location of the vehicle, including longitude, latitude, and altitude above sea level.

4. Additional Data

GPS monitoring systems, such as in personal and commercial vehicles, provide more than just location. They can collect and transmit information such as vehicle speed, direction of movement, parking time, routes traveled, fuel consumption, and diagnostic information from the vehicle.

5. Communication with the Platform

Information from the GPS receiver is transmitted through a communication module, such as a SIM card or wireless technology (e.g., GSM, GPRS, 3G, 4G, LTE), to the server platform.

6. Server Platform

On the server platform, data is processed and made available to users. It allows real-time vehicle monitoring, route history analysis, report generation, and setting notifications based on specific conditions, such as exceeding a predefined zone.

7. Applications and User Interfaces

Users of the application have access to the mobile application (as well as desktop access via a computer browser) for vehicle information. They can track the vehicle's location, choose optimal routes, manage fleets, receive notifications, and analyze vehicle-related data (including fuel consumption, engine RPM, temperature) as well as driver behavior and unwanted events (fuel losses, accidents, sudden braking, extended parking).

What is the functionality of the application/system "" for monitoring and tracking vehicles, as well as construction and agricultural machinery?

The system has nearly 100 different functions that can be utilized depending on how the GPS device is integrated with the vehicle or machinery. Some of the most commonly used functions include:

  • Vehicle location

  • Defining the working area of a machine or vehicle Reading data from the digital tachograph

  • Fuel consumption

  • Fuel level

  • Odometer reading

  • Fuel consumption while idle

  • Remote retrieval of DDD files

  • Driver route planning and comparison

  • Automatic reports and alerts (e.g., leaving a designated area, sudden fuel losses, unauthorized starts)

  • Temperature monitoring (e.g., controlling the temperature of a refrigerated trailer)

  • Integration with e-Toll and SENT

What is the CAN bus of the vehicle?

The Controller Area Network (CAN) bus is a communication technology used in vehicles and devices, enabling data exchange between various electronic components. It was developed by Bosch in the 1980s for the automotive industry and is now widely used in other fields.

Key Features and Capabilities of the CAN Bus:

1. Multidirectional Communication:

The CAN bus allows bidirectional communication between different electronic modules in vehicles. This means that multiple components can simultaneously transmit and receive data.

2. Handling a Large Number of Devices:

The CAN bus can handle multiple devices and sensors simultaneously, which is essential in modern vehicle and machinery systems.

3. High Reliability:

CAN bus technology is known for its reliability. It is based on a protocol that allows error detection and data retransmission when needed.

4. Message Prioritization:

In case of bus access conflicts, messages with higher priority are transmitted faster than those with lower priority.

5. Transmission Speed:

The CAN bus can operate at various transmission speeds, typically measured in kilobits per second (kb/s) or megabits per second (Mb/s).

6. Diagnostics and Error Handling:

The CAN bus enables error diagnosis in electronic devices and allows for a quick response to system issues.

7. Integration of Different Components:

The CAN bus facilitates the integration of components from different manufacturers, enabling the creation of more complex and advanced systems.

Thanks to this technology, integrates GPS transmission devices with vehicles, providing the system and application with crucial data.

How to install GPS in a passenger car, truck, construction or agricultural machine?

Installation is carried out by technical specialists We do not recommend installing GPS transmitters in passenger cars or trucks yourself. Remember that very often the transmitter is integrated with the CAN bus and/or fuel probe. Such action requires practical technical knowledge.

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How to protect your car, vehicle or machine against theft? provides professional services related to GPS monitoring and vehicle protection against theft. We configure unique startup combinations while monitoring and/or triggering alerts. Our solutions allow you to send notifications and block the vehicle from starting in the event of an attempt to tow, lift or move the vehicle without starting the engine outside a specific zone. Additionally, we use systems to prevent GPS signal jamming.

If you want to protect your vehicle or machine against theft

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What is a fuel probe and how does it work?

The fuel probe is used to monitor the amount of carbon monoxide (CO) and oxygen (O2) in vehicle exhaust gases, which helps regulate the fuel-air mixture in the engine to achieve efficient combustion and reduce pollutant emissions. At, we combine GPS data with data from the fuel probe to obtain a comprehensive analysis of the efficiency of the vehicle fleet.

An example application of integrating these two data sources (GPS with fuel probe) may include:

1. Combustion and emissions monitoring

Thanks to data from the fuel probe, fuel consumption in individual vehicles can be precisely monitored. Combining this data with data from the GPS system allows you to understand what driving conditions and routes affect fuel consumption and pollutant emissions. This can help identify areas for improvement to save fuel and reduce emissions.

2. Optimization of routes and driver behavior

Integration of GPS data with fuel sensor data allows you to monitor driver behavior such as speed, acceleration, braking and other driving habits. This information can be analyzed in conjunction with fuel consumption data to identify drivers or routes that consume more fuel. You can also plan optimal routes to shorten distances and reduce fuel consumption.

3. Fleet efficiency reporting and analysis

The combination of fuel probe and GPS data allows you to generate more comprehensive reports on the performance of your vehicle fleet. You can monitor fuel costs, CO2 emissions, average fuel consumption for different vehicles and compare their performance on different routes or in different conditions.

In summary, although fuel probe and GPS monitoring have different applications, they can be integrated into advanced vehicle fleet management systems to obtain more detailed and valuable information regarding the efficiency, effectiveness and environmental performance of the fleet.

How much does GPS monitoring cost?

The cost of GPS monitoring services at depends on several factors, such as the type of vehicle or machinery, integration scope, and the selected GPS devices. However, access to the mobile application is free of charge.

We offer personalized solutions – we would be happy to tell you more about it.

We invite you to get in touch.

How to secure an electric bike or scooter from theft?

The use of GPS monitoring in the protection of an electric bicycle. GPS monitoring technology can serve as an effective barrier against electric bicycle theft.

Here are a few benefits resulting from its implementation from

1. Real-time Tracking:

GPS devices installed on the bike allow for real-time tracking of its location. This means that in the event of theft, you can precisely locate your device and provide this information to the appropriate law enforcement agencies.

2. Movement Alerts:

In the case of unauthorized movement of the bike, the GPS system can automatically send notifications to your phone or email address. This allows for a quick response to potential theft.

3. Safe Zones:

You can define specific zones where your bike is considered safe. If this zone is breached, you will receive a notification. This is useful for scenarios such as renting out your bike or leaving it unattended for an extended period.

4. Movement History:

Our application collects data on the movement history of the bike. This is useful not only in the case of theft but also for analyzing your routes and habits.

Additional steps in securing the electric bike

In addition to GPS monitoring, there are many other steps you can take to secure your bike:

  • Engraving or label: "This vehicle is GPS monitored –" – often, this alone can deter a thief.

  • Sturdy lock: choose a strong, difficult-to-forge lock. It's best to combine different types of locks, such as a u-lock and a steel cable.

  • Secure storage: always try to park your bike in well-lit and frequented areas. Avoid leaving it unattended for extended periods in public places.

  • Registration and marking: Register your bike in the police registry.

How to log in to the monitoring application at

During the agreement, a login and password were established for the system/application. You can use them to log in to the monitoring system through our website (button in the top right corner of the page "Login") or in the mobile application, which can be downloaded from Google Play or the App Store.

If you have forgotten your login and/or password, please contact the System Administrator in your organization or reach out to us.

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