Monitoring Tab

The monitoring tab is located on the far left of the top bar. This is where we will be using our platform most of the time.

At the top of this work area. You’ll see a horizontal row of icons. The two lists icons allow you to add units to the worklist. You can either click the “Add All Available Icon or “Add to list” Icon. If you choose to Add to the list option. A small with will appear you can either double click a specific unit or select the units you want by pressing the control on your keyboard and highlighting multiple units at a time.

After selecting what you want you can add them to your current list or let the new units replace the old ones.

Organizing Units by Groups

Now that we have the units on our worklist, You can organize them by groups by selecting the group view button.

You can now see the units split into groups. Each row on the worklist represents a group and If you expand it by clicking the + box. You’ll see the indented rows representing individual units.

Unit View

On the left of each row, You can see a checkbox. This is the visibility of the unit that allows you to take the unit on and off the map without affecting the unit's position in the worklist. You can see the button in line with each other unit changed the visibility individually. Or use the button at the top to change them all at once.

To the right of the checkbox, you can see a small icon. This is the Unit Icon for the unit on the map. This can be customized in an icon tab inside of the unit properties window.

You can click on this unit icon to read more information that the unit is getting.

On the worklist, you can also every units name, by clicking once on the units name you can autofocus on the specific unit.

If you double-click the unit, you can pull on any map that can show the units position.

To the right of the checkbox, there’s an alphabetical sorting icon. They can be placed ascending or descending. On the top right side of the worklist, you can see another grouping of icons that line up with unit-specific icons below.

Cross here icon is the” watch all units on the map” functionality. This brings the map to focus on the unit or if multiple units are selected it will keep the map zoomed out enough to see all the visible icons on the map.

 For example, I want to watch these units A and B all the time. You’ll check the cross here icon for them. The purpose of the watch unit on the map button is to keep both units A and B visible within the edges of the map.

To the right of that icon, there’s an icon with a circle around an arrow here that represents the motion state of the vehicle.

As you can see in the key, there are several different motion states varying by color and shape. You can also click on the top icon to sort the vehicles by their motion state.

 To the right of this icon, we can see a satellite representing data accuracy. Similar to the motion state, it has a different meaning for varying colorations.

Remove from list icon- (large X) removes the units from the worklist. The unit can easily be added back by following the add to list instructions.

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