Add a fence sensor

Step 1: Navigate to the main menu on the left-hand side of the page. Scroll down and click on the Fencing button.

Add a fence line

Step 2: On your Fencing main page, navigate to the right-hand side of the page. Click on the green Actions button. A dropdown list will open. Click on Fence Sensor.

Step 3: A pop-up box will then show you the steps to complete to add a fence sensor. Here, you can track your progress through a radial stepper located on the left of the subheading (1 of 5), view a definition of what a fence sensor is, as well as click on additional resources to gain better understanding of this feature. Click Next once you have read through this.

Step 4: Fill in your fence sensor details. You can link any IoT sensors in this section; however, this is optional. Click Next once you are done.

Step 5: Fill in your location details. Follow the instructions given in the pop-up box to add an asset’s location. Click either on the Address button to fill in the closest location or the Map button to select the exact location of your fence sensor.

Step 6: By clicking on the Map button, you will be able to add your sensor directly onto the map. The top hand tool helps you move around the map without affecting any asset on the map. The top marker tool can be used to mark the position of the sensor.

If you press the trash icon in the top right, you will permanently remove any markers on the map. The top four-arrow tool allows you to move a specific asset by clicking on the asset and dragging it to the desired location.

Once the marker is placed it will look like this on the map


Step 7: Select a colour for your fence sensor. Select the Thumbnail Map Type and Zoom level to determine what your Fence Sensor thumbnail image will look like on the Fences main page. Click Next once you are done.

Step 8: The last step will show you a summary of all the details you’ve filled in for the fence sensor and show you any details that need your attention. After reviewing this, click Done to add a fence sensor.