Tracks Tab

First, select the unit that you will be pulling the track history. Next, you can choose your coloring type and if there are a couple of methods of this:

                               

 Our first option will be "By Trips". This will give the union of new coloration between each parking.

                              

The second option is a single color this is the most helpful when comparing tracks between two vehicles at once because you can give each vehicle a separate coloration.

The last option is by speed, it allows to color different parts of the track and coordinates with the vehicle speed. For example, a slow speed would be a soft blue and a high speed would be a bright red.

You can choose the amount of thickness and this will just affect the width of the track line. Map outputs are a useful feature allowing to get even more detail than just a simple line.

As you can see there are icons located below the line thickness option. It consists of event numbering, event grouping, fuel theft, speeding, fuel fillings, events, images, videos, parking, and initial and final positions.

Event numbering allows you to see the order in which events have occurred.

Event grouping allows you to see the time detail and events that are too close together.

Fuel theft will show a large loss of fuel.

Speedings will show the speed of the unit.

Fuel fillings will show a large gain in fuel.

Events icon can be shown on the map to indicate where any notification and manual of an entry taking place.

Images can be used to see the location on the track where any picture was sent.

Videos are similar to images, where they can show videos instead of images.

Parking will show any parking done by the unit.

Stops will show any stops which are basically any non-movement detected for less than the time required to create parking.

Initial and final positions will be highlighted at the beginning and end for the full-time frame selected to pull the track.

Show annotations will give a small timestamp of the track to give you a better understanding of the time.

Please note that the markers such as parking stops, speedings, fuel fillings, theft also depend on unit properties.

The checkbox below is the trip detector. Without applying a trip detector the line will show the track for each coordinate reported by the tracking device. When you apply the trip detector you can see what the track looks like after filtering these coordinates using settings and trip detection and the unit properties.

The Date tool is located below the Apply trip detector checkbox. There are several ways to operate this tool.

 

First, we have specified intervals, after clicking on the time input box a calendar will pop up with a selectable date and switchable timeframe you should first choose the start and end your report request then click on the correct date.

The second option is to start until today it’s a bit easier just like specified intervals. You’ll enter the from the date and it will pull all the information from that date and say your current time.

The last option is the “for previous” option. It captures how tracks are requested. All you need to do is select the quantity of time and then the unit of time whether that be a minute hour day week or month. Lastly, on the button, you can select the checkbox including current, this way you choose to include the current time of the unit for example if the track is for the last two weeks and by choosing this check box you’ll see data for this week and the previous week.

Now that we’ve got our unit in time constraints, we can select the show track button and get the results of our pull.

Now that we can see the results of our tracks for that day, we can also see the individual trips by expanding the track with the plus button. To the right of the trip expansion button, we can see a colored box with a checkmark. A checkmark means that it's visible on the map while the color helps to find which track is on the map. Just over that, you’ll see the object or unit's name, and below you can see the date or date range it pulled from.

Next is the mileage icon which displays the total mileage for that track. The button on the left of the green arrow is defined as the initial position of the track if you click on the green arrow to the right of the mileage you’ll see a tracking tool pop up. This tool is extremely useful when seeing the path of the vehicle travel step by step.


The first square you see is the color of the track. This is just a key to make sure you know what track you're looking at on the player. The drop-down box to the right of that is the unit or object selection, you can only see the units here that equal the track history.

Next to dropbox, there are two icons the cross-hair centers the vehicle that map all at the place, and the image icon can show the street view of the map integration if you allow it to. Below these sections, you’ll see an address that shows the specific address the unit was located at that specific moment of timestamp and below that you can see the specific timestamp

The green button here allows you to play the track while these other buttons allow you to see the initial position of the track, Go to the previous point, go to the next point and see the final position of the track.

To the far right of this road, you can change the playback speed type to be either faster or slower. The track player also shows parameters and sensors at the time of that positioning. This can be very useful for devices with accident alerts and you can see how the accident occurred. Lastly, if that is a common track or a prior brought for the vehicles to drive you can use the save geofence function to save the route as a line geofence

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