All the options that can be found on the Monitoring tab are described below. Depending on the tasks assigned, you can choose to display some columns and hide the others. To do this, the Can change settings option must be activated in the user properties.
By default, the Monitoring tab includes the following options:
To customize the list, press the icon monitoring options menu. In the right column, you can select the options that are used more rarely — they will be shown in the additional menu and will be available there.in the upper right corner of the Monitoring tab. In the left column, select the options that should be displayed in the work list and in the
All the options on the Monitoring tab can nominally be divided into two types described below.
Of information. These icons contain some information about the current state of the unit (movement/stop, sensor value, connection state, data accuracy). For additional information, see the tooltip which appears when you hover the mouse cursor over the icon.
Of action. A click on these options allows performing an action on the unit (event registration, command or report execution, messages query, track building, properties editing, removal from the work list, etc.). As a rule, all further instructions can be found in the corresponding dialog boxes. Active action buttons turn blue when you mouse over them.
The icons in the upper part of the work list can also be used. In some cases, it allows you to sort the units according to some properties (e.g. at the top are the moving units, at the bottom — the stationary ones, and vice versa).
All the options on the Monitoring tab are divided into 5 sections. The first one contains the Secondary information option, which allows displaying the contents of the text columns under the unit names. The following alternatives are possible:
When the private mode of the trip is detected (if the unit has the Private mode type sensor with the Do not show unit location option enabled), the information about the last known location during the previous ‘business’ trip is displayed as the current address or geofence.
The next two sections include the options connected with the display of the information about the units. If one or several parameters in the first section (text parameters) are turned on, you can adjust the width of the corresponding columns on the Monitoring tab. To do it, hover the mouse cursor over the space between the columns whose width you want to change. When the dotted line appears, drag it to the desired side.
geofences. Resolving means the address is being searched. N/A appears for units whose location is not available, for example, in case a unit has never sent any messages.This column displays the location of the units either in the form of addresses or in the form of
|Addresses||Depending on the selected format, addresses can be longer (if they include state, region, and other elements) or shorter (e.g., street and building number only).|
|Geofences||If geofences are chosen to determine the location, once a unit gets into several of them, all the geofences are displayed and separated by commas. They are also sorted by area (from smaller to a larger one) and highlighted in the color selected in the geofence properties. If a unit is outside of all available geofences, the address is displayed as its location. In any case, this column is the widest on the Monitoring tab which is why it is not recommended to turn it on if there is not enough space on the screen.|
To determine whether a unit is inside a geofence, the Presence in geofences option should be activated on the General settings tab. This option is enabled automatically if you select geofences for the location column.
When the private mode of the trip is detected (if the unit has the Private mode type sensor with the Do not show unit location option enabled), the last known location is displayed as the address or geofence instead of the current one and the icon appears in the unit’s caption, as well as next to its name on the Monitoring tab.
drivers. This column can contain the driver’s photo, photo, and name, or photo and phone number depending on the display option chosen in the Monitoring panel customizer. The tooltip always contains the photo, name, and phone number of the driver.The column with the information about the
trailers. This column may contain the photo or photo and name of the trailer depending on the display option chosen in the Monitoring panel customizer. The tooltip always contains the photo and name of the trailer bound to the unit.The column with the information about the
/ In order to monitor the unit and always see it upon receiving the message, press the tracking icon next to its name. The icon will turn green, and a dot will appear inside of it. The unit should be already checked in the first (Show on map) column. If you click the icon in the header, the option will be applied to all the units marked in the first column.
If you activate tracking for multiple units, the map is centered and scaled in such a way that all of them are constantly in sight.
sensor). The motion state of the unit can be determined on the basis of the speed value in the latest message, by a real-time motion sensor (if configured), by Wi-Fi or LBS.This column shows if a unit is moving or if it is stationary, as well as whether the ignition is on or off (in case there is an ignition
To monitor the unit motion state, it is necessary to indicate the validity period of motion state icons (the corresponding line in the Monitoring panel customizer). The validity period is the time interval (in minutes), after which the traffic state signs become inactive. Moreover, when the validity period expires, unit movement directions become hidden. The validity period can take a value from 1 to 999 minutes.
In case the unit is stationary, the tooltip displays the duration of this state. If the unit has a real-time motion sensor, the information about the duration is absent.
This column indicates the data accuracy: how many satellites locked the unit and when the latest message was received. To find out the exact time of the latest information update, hover the mouse cursor over the icon and study the tooltip.
The first bar indicates the availability of the satellites:
The second bar shows the latest data received from the unit:
You can customize the unit filtering on the Monitoring tab and/or on the map by the relevance of the latest message. To do this, change Without filtration to Monitoring panel or Panel + Map and specify the filtration interval in minutes. The filtration can affect only the work list on the Monitoring tab or both the work list and the map. Read more about the dynamic work list here.
The Actualizer application can help reveal inactive units. This application allows setting any period of inactivity.
Shows whether there is a connection with the unit at the moment.
The connection with a unit is determined by one of the two methods depending on the number of minutes indicated in the Connection state field:
0 minutes: the connection state is determined only by the presence or absence of the TCP or UDP connection between the tracker and the server;
from 1 to 999 minutes: the connection state is determined by the presence or absence of messages with data from the unit for the previous X indicated minutes (the TCP or UDP connection is not taken into account).
When placing the mouse cursor over the square, you can see the name of the sensor and its value (or description) in the tooltip.
In this column, the battery level of the device is displayed. There are 4 available states:
The exact value of the charge is shown in the icon's tooltip. If there is no proper sensor configured for the unit, then next to its name in this column the icon is displayed, the tooltip of which says: State is unknown. If the sensor sends an invalid date that cannot be converted into per cent using the calculation table, then in the column the icon is displayed. In its tooltip, it is written: Error.
The parameters of the last two sections are designed for the execution of some action on the unit.
The buttons allow you to build a track of unit movements.
When pressing the Show track button next to a unit, the track of this unit appears on the map. In the panel settings, you should also specify the interval for track building: Yesterday, Week, Month or Other (manual mode). Other parameters (such as line width, annotations, markers, trip detector, etc.) are taken from the Tracks tab. If you select the Other option, the time interval is also taken from this tab. All 'quick' tracks are displayed on the Tracks tab where you can manipulate them in the same way as the usual ones: show/hide, remove from the map, etc. Track colors can be set in the unit properties on the Advanced tab.
messages from a unit.Request
The requested data is displayed on the Messages tab. The standard time interval (Today, Yesterday, Week or Month) for the query is set in the Monitoring panel customizer. If Other is selected, the interval is taken from the Messages tab. In this case, only messages with data are loaded, and the style of display is taken from the panel itself.
The requested report is generated in the panel based on the template selected in the Monitoring panel customizer. Standard time interval (Today, Yesterday, Week or Month) is also configured there. The time interval can either be standard or Other, which means it is taken from the Reports tab.
media files (pictures or video) received from the unit (works for the devices that have such functionality).View the latest
Opening a mini-window in the mode of video monitoring.
commands to units:Buttons to send
Send SMS to the unit or driver (the addressee is selected in the drop-down menu if both options are available). For full functionality, the current user should have the rights to send SMS, as well as the right to Edit connectivity settings of the unit.
Manual registration for such events as fuel fillings, maintenance service and other events in the unit history.
The buttons used to clear the list. To remove all the units or groups from the list, press the button in the header of the table. The same button is located in front of each unit or group and allows to remove the items individually.
If the options are selected for the additional menu (i.e. checked in the second column of the Monitoring panel customizer), you can find them in the column with the iconunder the button .
Other buttons and signs can be found on the Monitoring tab.
The units that are selected for display on the map are checked in the first column of the table. To select all the units, check the icon at the top of the table.
A switch-button which shows that the items of the work list are sorted by name in direct order.
A switch-button which shows that the items of the work list are sorted by name in reverse order.
A switch-button which shows that the work list displays singular units.
A switch-button which shows that the work list displays a tree view of the units (with grouping). Read more about the work list settings.
The button to find and add the units or groups to the list.
The button to add all available units or groups to the work list.
The Monitoring panel customizer (columns selection).