The number of vehicles in each area is displayed in a gray circle. Zooming in reveals more and more details within that area, with big clusters breaking apart into smaller clusters and eventually showing the details of individual vehicles. You can filter the data according to sub-OU, or according to the vehicle's status (parked, GPS unavailable, moving, alerts and faulty).
To shift the section of the map displayed, hold down the “left click” button and move the mouse. You can also zoom in and out within the map using the mouse’s scrolling wheel or the screen’s +/- zoom control (at the bottom right of the screen).
Map Vehicle Icons:
Each vehicle is marked with an icon. Click the information symbol “i“ to see the full list of icons and their meanings.
The gray icons indicate vehicles for which location updates have not been received during the last 10 minutes.
When you click on a specific vehicle, additional information is presented:
A summary of all vehicles shown on the map is displayed at the bottom of the screen. Click on any icon to list all relevant vehicles and their details.
Clicking on a cluster opens a list of all relevant vehicles and their details.
If a vehicle is moving, the table shows its speed, direction (heading) and last known location. If a vehicle is stationary, the table indicates how long it has been in the same place.
The "Faulty" category is relevant for fleets who use the GreenRoad Vehicle Health solution. It displays the total number of vehicles in the cluster that have been identified as having a malfunction. A list of the faults monitored can be found in the Vehicle Health Tutorial.
The "Alerts" category presents all the vehicles for which alert notifications have been sent to managers.
Right menu options:
Refresh button - By default, the data is refreshed once per minute. The time remaining until the next refresh is displayed on the button. You can modify the refresh rate by clicking on the button and selecting a different option.
Click to recenter the map around the tracked vehicle
Click to display all the landmarks on the map. You can select a specific landmark by 1) clicking on the small arrow on the button to open the list of all landmarks, and then 2) clicking on the particular landmark you want
Click to display the types of vehicles displayed
Click to add traffic data to the map
Defines the maximal cluster size to display
Restores previous view
The Resource Locator helps you locate the best driver or vehicle for a task based on specific characteristics. Examples: type of vehicle (equipment availability, vehicle type, etc.) or driver (qualification, level of expertise etc.)
The Resource Locator is accessed from the upper toolbar. You can select which filters to apply for vehicles or drivers, so that only the relevant results will be displayed on the map.
To define new resource attributes, go to the Administration page under the Fleet Setup tab in dynamic attributes.