Patrol System

Managing Routes

A route is a sequence of points in a guard’s trajectory that he has to cover in a certain order. This can be a closed circuit, meaning that he has to return to the starting point, or an open circuit, meaning that it ends in another point. By going to Menu> Guards > Manage Routes, you can add, […]

Patrols on Guard Device

This article explains how you can manage the guard patrols. It explains how a patrol is received and viewed on the active guards’ device. To begin, you need to open the Guarnic Guard App on your cellphone and enter your email and password. Once you have started your session, you will be able to view the different turn […]

Routes on Guard Device

This article explains how a route is received and viewed on the active guards’ device. To begin, you need to open the Guarnic Guard App  on your cellphone and enter your email and password. Once you have started your session, you will be able to view the different turn assignments. Select the Routes mode located on […]

Speeding

Whenever a guard has exceeded the speed limit preconfigured for the carrying out of his route, an automatic alarm will be sent out to the monitoring center. Here you can view it in real time. If you go to Guards> Speeding, you can see at any given moment the alarms that were triggered and make sure that […]

Route Non-Compliance

Each time a route non-compliance occurs, an automatic notification will be generated that will be sent out to the monitoring center. You can see this in real time here. By going to Menu> Guards > Route Non-Compliance, you can view at any given moment all the alarms that have been triggered. You can search by guard name and/or […]

Assigning Routes

In order to assign a route to a guard, you have to: Go to Guards > Manage Routes. You will be able to view all existing routes and each one of them will allow for 3 options:  . Click on  . Both active and inactive guards will be displayed. Select one of them to carry out the […]

Registering RFID/NFC Checkpoints

In order to create a patrol with RFID/NFC checkpoints, you have to buy the respective tags (See What is a NFC/RFID Tag) and have a cellular device that supports the NFC technology. If you have not purchased any NFC tags, see Where Can I Buy NFC/RFID tags?. To register a tag, you have to: Open the Guarnic Guard application. See Downloading […]

Managing Patrols

A patrol has a set of non-consecutive checkpoints that one or more guards has to pass through in any particular order. Each point has a specific number of passes and a minimum time interval before it can be activated again. In order to create a patrol, go to Guards > Manage Patrols. Click on the New button, enter the patrol and checkpoint […]

GPS Checkpoint Patrols

In order to create a new patrol, you need to go to Guards > Managing Patrols. By clicking on the New button, you will be are able to create a patrol. (For more information see Managing Patrols). If the patrol needs to be carried out with GPS checkpoints, you need to: Select a location on the map (remember to use the zoom […]

Patrol Reports

Go to Menu> Guards > Patrol Reports, where you will be able to find all the information pertaining to the guards patrol compliance. You can filter the results in a monthly, weekly and daily format. By clicking on the    icon, you can see the compliance details of the selected patrol. The report will contain the number […]