The side menu also brings information regarding each machine in operation, as shown in the following image.

Operator – information regarding the operator who is using the selected machine;

Machine Name – information about the machine's registration such as name, model and year;

Last Connection – date and time of the last connection with the machine;

GPS Accuracy – quality of GPS connection during the monitoring process. Any of the following information might be displayed:
- No precision
- Standalone
- DGPS - technique used to improve the positioning or navigation accuracy by determining the positioning error in a known location and subsequently incorporating a correction factor for the position calculations from another receiver operating in the same area and simultaneously tracking the same satellites. It is a system that transmits signals to help increasing the accuracy of GPS positioning (Source: GTOP).  
- RTK - means Real Time Kinematic and combines satellite navigation technology to a radio modem or a GSM phone for instant corrections (Source: MundoGEO).
- XP - an innovative technology that provides high GNSS positioning precision without using a traditional RTK station. The XP correction provides a precision of 8-12 cm (GEOAGRI).

Location - machine’s coordinates;

Speed ​​- machine speed during operation in km/h;

Engine rotation - engine rotation during the operation in rpm;

Fuel consumption - fuel consumption in L/h;

Wind speed - in km/h;

Air humidity – in %;

Room temperature - in ° C.

Note: in order to obtain weather-related information, the machine requires stations installed on it that are not supplied in standard models. If desired, they can be purchased as an optional item from Jacto.

Sources links
GTOP - 1.8.-What-DGPS / GPS_Principle-1_8.html
MundoGEO -