1 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page 1 Datalink Systems, Inc. TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION Mobius Manual (3.55) (Last updated: Monday, 16 April 2007)
2 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page 2 Contents 1.0 Mobius Overview Installation System Requirements Software Installation Initial Settings Mapping Screen Layout Toolbar Messages Frame Status Frame Map Display Log List Status Bar Main Menu File Menu View Menu Reporting Menu Map Menu Help Menu Connections Options Reporting Emergency Reporting City/Highway Reports Advanced Reporting Event Reporting Waypoints Messages Status Mapping Calculating Routes Emergency Alerts File Transfer Transparent Link Contact Information...28
3 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Mobius Overview Mobius is a messaging and mapping interface designed to run on a mobile PC. It can interface with several wireless modems to provide long-range communications between a mobile vehicle and one or more Internet-connected computers. Mobius also provides automatic vehicle location (AVL) functionality, using several remotely configurable reporting options. Two-way text messaging is available through the user interface, and file transfer is provided using a highly efficient protocol. A PC running Mobius is just one of the mobile devices available for use on Datalink Systems DataNet network. See our web site ( for details on DataNet.
4 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Installation 2.1 System Requirements PC with a Pentium-class processor or higher Microsoft Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista operating system (with latest service packs) At least 64 MB of RAM recommended CD-ROM drive if installing from CD 10 MB hard-disk space for program files Additional hard-disk space required for mapping programs and history data 1024x bit colour display or higher recommended Sound card recommended 2.2 Software Installation Mobius may be provided on a CD, or as a zipped setup file. If installing from a CD, insert the disc into your PC, and select the Install Mobius option from the CD menu. If the menu does not start automatically, use Windows Explorer to navigate to the CD drive and run the \autorun\autorun.exe file. To install from a setup file, simply unzip the file contents to a temporary directory, and run the setup.exe file. Note that Mobius is released in separate packages for different MapPoint versions. If you are going to use MapPoint maps with Mobius, make sure you install the release that matches your version of maps. Currently, two versions are supported: MapPoint 2002 and From time to time updates are available for Mobius. These are placed on our downloads web page (see Note: When updating Mobius to a newer version, it is recommended to simply replace the mobius.exe file in the program directory. To do this, first close Mobius if it is running, and then copy the new file over the existing one. Exe file updates are provided on our website, as well as the full install version for new PCs. If you decide to use the full install option on a PC already running Mobius, it is recommended to uninstall the previous version first (using Add/Remove Programs from the Windows Control Panel). Settings will not be erased during this process.
5 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page 5 When the setup process starts, it will copy the required installation files to disk (see Figure 1). Figure 1 Installation program The set-up program will then display a reminder to close down any applications that may be running (see Figure 2). This allows the program to update files that may otherwise be in use. Click OK to continue the installation. Figure 2 Installation part 2
6 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page 6 Figure 3 shows the next set-up screen, which prompts the user to enter the installation directory. The default directory is recommended. Click the computer icon to continue. Figure 3 Installation part 3 The final choice in the set-up process is to select a program group. This is the location where a shortcut to Mobius will be placed, accessible through the Windows Start menu. The default setting is recommended. Click Continue to begin installing files. Figure 4 Installation part 4
7 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page 7 You may be prompted to restart your computer if the set-up program detects out-of-date files. In this case, restart the PC and restart the setup process to complete the installation. The installation may be cancelled at any step. In this case the program will remove temporary Mobius set-up files from the hard disk. 2.3 Initial Settings When the set-up program completes, there will be a shortcut to Mobius in the Windows Start menu under Start/Programs/DataNet (assuming the default program group was selected during the set-up process). Select this shortcut to start Mobius. 2.4 Mapping Mobius includes an interface to Microsoft MapPoint 2002 or 2004 (depending on the version of Mobius installed). MapPoint must be installed separately, using the CDs provided. For normal configurations a full installation should be selected, where all map files are copied to the hard disk. MapPoint is available in both North American and European versions. Both may be installed on the same PC, but Mobius can use only one at a time. If MapPoint is enabled, Mobius will attempt to load a map from the current storage directory, named mobius.ptm. If this file does not exist, a new map will be created (first attempt will be a North American map, then a European map if this fails). This map file may be edited using MapPoint to change the default view, or add custom pushpins. The level of detail and types of places shown on the map can also be altered. After creation, Mobius never writes to the map, thus preventing accidental erasure of custom settings and data through the Mobius interface.
8 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Screen Layout Figure 5 shows the main Mobius screen, which consists of five components. At the top of the form is a toolbar, providing access to commonly used functions. Below this, on the left side of the screen, is the Messages frame, which displays messages sent and received. There is also a small text entry box and Send button for writing messages. Underneath the Messages is a Status frame, which contains information about network and GPS connections. At the bottom of the screen is a list box containing a program log, detailing all aspects of program operation. If maps are enabled, a MapPoint window will also be shown on the right side of the screen. Each of these components may be resized at any time by clicking and dragging the frame borders. Along the bottom edge of the window is a status bar, showing the current connection state. Figure 5 Mobius
9 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Toolbar The toolbar provides quick access to several functions. These functions are also accessible through the Reporting and Map menus. Emergency Trigger an emergency alert (see section 11.0). The following options will only be available when MapPoint is enabled: Go To Follow Zoom Out Zoom In Centre your current location on the map. When following, the map will move to keep your location on screen. To stop following, simply click the Follow button a second time. Shows a larger area of the map. Shows a smaller area of the map. 3.2 Messages Frame The Messages frame shows messages sent and received. Type messages into the small text box, and press Enter (or click on Send) to send. See section 8.0 for more information. 3.3 Status Frame The Status frame shows information about modem connections, GPS state, and data queues. See section 9.0 for details. 3.4 Map Display If MapPoint has been enabled, a map will be embedded into the Mobius screen. Right clicking on the map brings up a route planning menu. See section 10.0 for more information. 3.5 Log List The data communications log shows detailed information about connections and data transfers. When Mobius starts, it will begin looking for attached modems. When found, the modems will be initialized, and data transfer will begin. The log list box shows when data is queued for transfer, when it is actually transmitted, and any responses from the server. 3.6 Status Bar The status bar is located at the bottom of the Mobius window. It indicates which networks are enabled, and shows the current transmit and receive states using circle icons that light up went data is being transferred.
10 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Main Menu 4.1 File Menu Send File: Exit: 4.2 View Menu Select this option to send any file on the local PC to the server. Exit program. Connections: Set up network connections (see section 9.0). Options: Access Mobius options. 4.3 Reporting Menu Activate Emergency: Triggers a high priority alert, which will be sent to DataHost users, and ed to users configured in the DataGate server. Configure: Allows user to adjust AVL reporting settings. 4.4 Map Menu The map menu is only visible when MapPoint and Virtual Earth maps are enabled. It may also be accessed by right clicking on the map itself. The following mapping functions are provided: Zoom In: Zoom Out: Goto Current Location: Follow Me: Zoom in at the current map location. Zoom out at the current map location. Moves the map to the current location of this vehicle. When enabled, map will automatically scroll to keep current location visible. Select again to disable. 4.5 Help Menu The Help menu provides a link to the Mobius About screen, which shows the software version. Figure 6 Mobius About screen
11 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Connections Figure 7 shows the Connections window, which is accessed through the View/Connections menu on the main form. This form allows the configuration of network and modem settings. The following settings are provided: Figure 7 Connections Window Device ID: Use Globalstar: Use RF: Use MSat: Use External GPS: Use Windows Internet: COM Port: Settings: TX Port: RX Port: This is used to identify the Mobius on the DataGate server, and will be assigned to you by the server operator. Use Globalstar 1600/1620 modem. Mobius will control the modem directly. Use RF modem. Use PDT-100 modem. An external GPS receiver may be used to obtain vehicle location. Note that the PDT-100 modem provides its own GPS receiver, so an external GPS is not required when using this. Use Windows dial-up connection to access Internet. Select this option when using a CDMA/GPRS or other dial-up modem. Select which PC COM port to use for each enabled modem. COM port settings in this format: speed, parity, data bits, stop bits. Select UDP ports to use when sending data. The TX port must match the RX port on the server. UDP port used to receive data from server. Must match server TX port.
12 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page 12 Server IP Address: PPP Timeout: Keep-alive ping: Transparent Link: Defaults: IP address of the DataGate server. This will be given to you by the server operator. Note that separate addresses can be used for Globalstar and Windows networking, allowing for the use of one or more VPN connections. Globalstar connections will be dropped if no data is sent or received for this duration. Note that in most cases the modem will drop immediately when the server has finished sending data. Send data periodically to keep dynamically assigned IP addresses active. This is useful for CDMA/GPRS networks, where the IP address can be reassigned by the network if the link is idle. Mobius can receive transparent data from remote users. This data will appear in the defined file. Select this button to reset settings to their defaults. Click on the OK button to save the settings, or Cancel to close the screen without saving. If a Settings Password has been set, you will be prompted to enter the password when saving settings (Figure 8). Figure 8 Password Required
13 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Options The View/Options menu displays the Mobius Options screen, as shown in Figure 9. Figure 9 Connection Options Use MapPoint: Font Size: Display Units: Enable Panic Key: Enables or disables the map on the main screen. Controls font size for message list. Select units for displaying distances and speeds. If enabled, the selected PC function key (F1 through F12) can be pressed to activate the Mobius emergency alert. This key will at any time, even if Mobius is not the active program. Select the Change Settings Password button to change the settings password (see Figure 10). This password is required to change any Mobius settings under the Connections, Options, and Reporting screens. The existing password must be entered first, and then the new password entered twice to prevent mistakes. Figure 10 Changing Password
14 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Reporting The Reporting window is accessed through the View/Reporting menu on the main form. All automatic vehicle location (AVL) settings are configured from this form. Several tabs are used to control various settings. 7.1 Emergency Reporting Figure 11 shows the Emergency Reporting settings. Figure 11 Emergency Reporting Emergency Reporting: Select whether to send positions while the emergency alert is active. Trigger Delay: Delay between emergency key being pressed and an emergency alert being sent. Report Time: Time between reports. This can be enabled or disabled with the Use Time checkbox. Report Dist: Distance between reports. This can be enabled or disabled with the Use Distance checkbox. Distance reporting prevents unnecessary reports when the vehicle is stopped. Min Report: Sets the minimum time between reports. This limits the reporting rate if the vehicle is moving quickly and distance reporting is enabled. 7.2 City/Highway Reports Standard GPS reports are created based on two sets of parameters: City and Highway. When the vehicle is moving slowly, Mobius will use the City parameters. Once the vehicle starts moving quickly, Mobius will switch to the High parameters. This allows Mobius to send more detailed position reports when travelling in town, and then switch to less detailed reports when on highways.
15 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page 15 These two sets of parameters are shown in Figure 12 and Figure 13. Figure 12 City Reporting Figure 13 Highway Reporting City/Highway: Thresholds: Report Time/Dist: Reporting rates are configured using two sets of parameters, based on vehicle speed. Thresholds define the speed at which to move from one set of reporting options to another. If the vehicle speed drops below the city threshold, city settings are used. Likewise, if the speed rises above the highway threshold, highway settings are used. As for the Emergency Reporting settings, GPS reports can be sent based on time and/or distance.
16 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Advanced Reporting As well as standard time/distance based reporting, Mobius can use heading changes to create reports. This provides very efficient reporting when vehicles are travelling mostly on straight roads. These settings, as well as buffering options, are including under the Advanced Reporting settings, shown in Figure 14. Figure 14 Advanced Reporting Heading Change: Change Duration: Buffer Time: GS Buffer Type: Mobius will send a position when the GPS heading changes by a certain amount. Heading change must occur for at least this period. Period to buffer data. When this period expires, a data session will be established. Buffering improves efficiency by allowing multiple packets to be sent at once. Set type of packets to be buffered. Packets that are not buffered will cause the modem to go online immediately.
17 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Event Reporting Event reporting is configured using the Event Reporting options, shown in Figure 15. Figure 15 Event Reporting Overspeed Reports: Report Stops/Starts: Send Panic Alert: Send Inactivity Alert: Inactivity Time: Max Speed: Allowed Time: Stopped Speed: Stop Time: Restart Speed: Start Time: An event can be sent when the vehicle exceeds a set speed. Send report whenever vehicle starts and/or stops. The times and speeds to trigger these events can be programmed to allow for GPS drift and traffic delays. Control whether panic alerts are transmitted. If enabled, Mobius will send an alert if vehicle stays still for a certain time. Length of time required to trigger an inactivity alert. Speed at which vehicle is considered to be speeding. Driver is allowed to exceed max speed for a certain duration. Speed under which vehicle is considered to be stopped. Vehicle must remain stopped for this period to trigger a stop event. Speed over which vehicle is considered to be moving. Vehicle must remain moving for this period to trigger a start event.
18 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Waypoints Mobius can monitor its position relative to a number of preconfigured locations (waypoints), and send alerts when it reaches any of these points. Figure 16 shows the Waypoint options. Figure 16 Waypoint Reporting Enable Waypoints: Vehicle will report when it enters a waypoint area. Use the Insert and Delete buttons to manipulate waypoints, or double click on a waypoint to open the Edit Waypoint screen (Figure 17). The ID can be in the range , and is used to identify this waypoint at the DataHost. Figure 17 Edit Waypoint If the vehicle travels within the inner radius of this location, a report containing the waypoint ID is sent. Another report for that waypoint will not be sent until the vehicle has moved outside the outer radius.
19 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Messages Mobius has a built-in messaging interface to provide simple two-way messaging support. When a new message is received, Mobius will beep and display the message in the Messages frame. To type a new message, enter it into the box provided, and click Send or Enter to send. Mobius will automatically retry the message until it is acknowledged by the server. Alternatively, the message can be cancelled by clicking on the Cancel button (this appears only when sending a message). The font size used to display messages can be altered under the Mobius Options screen (see section 6.0).
20 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Status The Mobius status frame shows various properties. If any of the following modems are enabled, the modem status will be shown: Sat: PDT-100 modem status. Globalstar: Globalstar 1600/1620 modem status. Internet: Windows Internet connection status. Radio: Radio modem status. Modems will show one of the following states: Looking for modem Not attached? Waiting for Modem Reset Saving Setup Initializing Checking status No service Not registered Not commissioned Re-initializing Commissioning TDM change Beam crossover No sync No status No signal OK Connected (1/3) No answer (1/3) Signal Strength (1/4) Could not dial Waiting to connect Negotiating link Connecting Authenticating Initiating IP Getting address Link OK Online (0:00) Waiting for signal Disconnecting Unknown state Querying COM port to detect modem Cannot find modem on COM port Waiting for response from modem Resetting modem Saving modem settings Configuring modem Checking modem signal No network service available Modem is not registered PDT-100 is not commissioned PDT-100 is re-initializing itself Commissioning PDT-100 MSat network change Changing to another MSat satellite beam PDT-100 network error Waiting for modem No network signal Network OK Network signal OK. Signal strength is shown, if available Server is not responding. Signal strength is shown, if available Globalstar signal strength Dial attempt failed Dialling connection Starting PPP connection Connecting to network Logging in to network Starting IP connection Getting IP address PPP link is up Globalstar modem is online. Call timer is shown in min:sec Searching for network signal Disconnecting from network Modem state is unknown Other properties include:
21 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page 21 Active Modem: Queue: GPS: Speed: Altitude: Heading: Shows which modem is being used. Mobius automatically uses the lowest cost data path. Displays how many data packets are waiting to be sent. Status of GPS receiver. Current speed, based on GPS signal. Vehicle altitude above reference level. Note that the reference level is an approximation of the earth s shape, and does not equal sea level at all locations. Current heading. GPS will show one of the following states: Disabled Looking for receiver Scanning Poor view Invalid OK (x satellites) No GPS receiver is enabled Waiting for data to be received on COM port Searching for GPS satellites Fewer than 3 satellites visible Insufficient signal to calculate position GPS position OK
22 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Mapping Mobius includes an embedded interface to Microsoft MapPoint. MapPoint must be installed separately, using the CDs provided. Because the maps are loaded directly onto the user s PC, they are extremely fast, and do not require Internet connectivity to operate. However, at present the maps only cover North America and Western Europe, with a separate version for each of these areas. Both maps may be installed on the same PC, but Mobius can only use one at a time. Note: Mappoint is available in different versions (currently 2002, 2004, and 2006). Make sure you use the correct Mobius release to match your version of MapPoint. If MapPoint is enabled, Mobius will attempt to load a map from the Mobius file directory, named mobius.ptm. If this file does not exist, a new map will be created (first attempt will be a North American map, then a European map if this fails). This map file may be edited using MapPoint to change the default view, or add custom pushpins. The level of detail and types of places shown on the map can also be altered. Simply save the map as mobius.ptm, and Mobius will load it when it runs. When maps are enabled, Mobius will display the vehicle s current location as an arrow on the map, updated every second. The icon arrow indicates the current direction of travel. Several mapping buttons are provided on the toolbar and through the Map menu. To zoom in on the map, simply select an area to zoom in to (by clicking and dragging a box on the map). Then click inside the box to zoom, or outside the box to cancel. To scroll the map, move the mouse to the map edge, until it turns into an arrow icon. Now click the map to pan in that direction Calculating Routes MapPoint can be used to calculate routes from the current vehicle location to any other location (within map limits). Simple right click on the map at the desired destination, and select the Calculate Route to Here option. MapPoint will display a route panel, where you can click on the line Route has changed to calculate driving directions from your current location to this end point, and display them on the map (see Figure 18).
23 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page 23 Figure 18 MapPoint Route Right click on the map to recalculate or clear the route.
24 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Emergency Alerts Mobius has the ability to send emergency alert events when prompted by the user. An alert is triggered by either pressing the Emergency button on the toolbar, using the Reporting/Activate Emergency menu, or pressing the emergency function key if enabled on the Options screen (see section 6.0). If the emergency function key is enabled, the Emergency button on the toolbar will show the current shortcut key (see Figure 19). This key can be pushed at any time while Mobius is running, even if Mobius is not the active application. Figure 19 Emergency Shortcut When the alert is activated, a warning window is shown (see Figure 20). A countdown is displayed, which gives the user time to cancel the alert in case of a false alarm. The countdown period can be adjusted on the Reporting Options screen. Pressing the Trigger Now button forces the alert to be sent immediately. Figure 20 Emergency Trigger Figure 21 shows what the Mobius screen looks like when the emergency countdown has finished. Note that the log list turns red, and the Emergency button on the toolbar is selected. To cancel the alert, press the emergency button again.
26 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page File Transfer Mobius provides a very efficient file transfer protocol, which transfers files from the PC to various addresses programmed into the DataGate server. To send a file, use the File/Send File menu. A file selection screen will be displayed, as shown in Figure 22. Select the file to send, and click on Open to begin the send process. Figure 22 File Transfer Only one file can be sent at a time, and outgoing text messaging will be disabled while the file is being transferred. Note that the file transfer protocol automatically resumes transmission if modem signal is lost.
27 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Transparent Link Transparent data can be sent to the Mobius program via the server through an Internet TCP/IP connection. Any data sent to the Mobius will be appended to the transparent input file, as configured under the Mobius Connections options. This file can be read by a third-party program and deleted when done.
28 Mobius Manual (3.55) Page Contact Information For further support,
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