The March 16, 2015 Sierra Wireless Connector update is more stable and optimized. All the different RAP message types (RAP0x11, 0x12, 0x13, 0x14) are now consolidated into one and have become a field in the RAP GeoEvent definition. Several more fields and event types (e.g. Stationary (0x2C -- Stationary and 0x2D -- Started moving), Maximum Speed (0x2E -- Maximum Speed Exceeded and 0x2F -- Vehicle went back below max speed)) also added including the RAP device source IP. Odometer value parsing was also corrected. This update also supports the "Store and Forward" behavior if it is enabled on the RAP device. Store and Forward causes GPS reports to be queued up if the RAP device goes out of cellular coverage. Once the RAP device is back in cellular coverage, the GPS reports are sent to the GeoEvent Sierra Wireless input thus preventing the gap in the vehicle tracking data.