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 In this section, you can select the source of address information used in the //​Monitoring//​ panel, in the tooltips of units and tracks, in the //​Messages//​ panel, while creating geofences and routes. Possible sources of geodata are Gurtam, Google, Visicom, Yandex, Mapbox, HERE, Luxena, what3words, ArcGIS. Only the maps that are activated in the site's properties are displayed in the list of available.  ​ In this section, you can select the source of address information used in the //​Monitoring//​ panel, in the tooltips of units and tracks, in the //​Messages//​ panel, while creating geofences and routes. Possible sources of geodata are Gurtam, Google, Visicom, Yandex, Mapbox, HERE, Luxena, what3words, ArcGIS. Only the maps that are activated in the site's properties are displayed in the list of available.  ​
  
-For the geodata source Gurtam it is possible to activate the //MGRS coordinates//​ option if the user has the //MGRS// [[cms/​accounts/​services|service]].+If //Google (standard)//​ or //Yandex (standard) — geocoding// [[cms/​accounts/​services?​|service]] is activated for the account and Google or Yandex is selected as the geodata source, the information about the location of the unit is shown in the reports in accordance with the format of the maps provider. 
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 +For the Gurtam ​geodata source, ​it is possible to activate the //MGRS coordinates//​ option if the user has the //MGRS// [[cms/​accounts/​services|service]].
  
 :!: If a geodata source other than Gurtam is chosen, the //Address format// block becomes unavailable.  ​ :!: If a geodata source other than Gurtam is chosen, the //Address format// block becomes unavailable.  ​
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 This format is especially relevant if the units are moving around the city. For addresses outside the city (near roads), the following two settings are important: This format is especially relevant if the units are moving around the city. For addresses outside the city (near roads), the following two settings are important:
-  * //Max distance from unit// determines that if the unit is on thew road or close to it and there is a city/​town/​village at a specified distance, the address is displayed as the name of the road and the distance to that city (if several cities are found, then to the nearest one). +  * //Max distance from unit// determines that if the unit is on the road or close to it and there is a city/​town/​village at a specified distance, the address is displayed as the name of the road and the distance to that city (if several cities are found, then to the nearest one). 
   * //Min city radius// determines that if at a distance specified as //Max distance from unit//, no settlement is found, then the address is bound to some other city. The radius of the city that can get into the address information can be specified in this parameter. It may be necessary, for example, if only large cities should appear in addresses.   * //Min city radius// determines that if at a distance specified as //Max distance from unit//, no settlement is found, then the address is bound to some other city. The radius of the city that can get into the address information can be specified in this parameter. It may be necessary, for example, if only large cities should appear in addresses.
  
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