Monitoring

The Monitoring panel displays the work list of units and gives access to the basic features connected with tracking.

The work list can contain either all units available to the current user or just some of them. Units can be easily added and removed from the work list, which does not lead to their removal from the system. See how to manage the work list...

Near the name of each unit, there can be a number of buttons and signs that allows to estimate unit's state or perform an action over it. The choice of signs and buttons to be displayed in the Monitoring panel is customizable. These columns can be also used to sort units in the work list.

To open Monitoring panel, choose a corresponding name in the top panel or click on the necessary item in the main menu customizer.

To locate a unit on the map, click on its name in the work list. The map will be centered on this unit. At that, current map zoom will remain the same.

Only units checked in the first column of the work list are shown on the map. To display all units from the work list, mark a check box in the left top corner of the list. Remove this checkbox to remove unit icons from the map.

:!: Note, that in order units to be displayed on the map you should check if the corresponding layer icon in the main menu is active.

Units are seen on the map if they get into view according to the current map position. You can move and zoom the map according to your needs.

However, if the option Show unit icons at map borders is selected in User Settings, in case a unit gets out of view, its icon is displayed by map border. Click on the icon to move to the unit on the map.

It is possible to watch a unit constantly. For this, enable the option Watch unit on map against a necessary unit in the corresponding column () of the Monitoring panel. Units marked in this column are always seen on the map. If such a unit gets out of view, the map automatically centers at this unit each time when a new message comes.

To track stationary units, make use of a specially designed app — Sensolator.

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