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   * {{:​icons:​trailer2.png?​nolink}} — several trailers are bound (see more information in the tooltip). ​   * {{:​icons:​trailer2.png?​nolink}} — several trailers are bound (see more information in the tooltip). ​
  
-==== Unit Tracking ​====+==== Unit tracking ​====
  
 {{:​icons:​eye_off.png?​nolink}}/​{{:​icons:​eye_on.png?​nolink}} 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 {{:​icons:​eye.png?​nolink}} in the header, the option will be applied to all the units marked in the first column. ​ {{:​icons:​eye_off.png?​nolink}}/​{{:​icons:​eye_on.png?​nolink}} 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 {{:​icons:​eye.png?​nolink}} 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 in such a way that all of them are constantly in sight. +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. 
-==== Motion ​State ====+==== Motion ​state ====
    
 {{:​icons:​state.png?​nolink ​ }}This column shows whether a unit is moving or stationary, as well as whether the ignition is on or off (in case there is a corresponding [[cms/​units/​sensors/​sensors|sensor]]). The motion state is defined on the basis of speed information in the latest message or a real-time motion sensor, if available.  ​ {{:​icons:​state.png?​nolink ​ }}This column shows whether a unit is moving or stationary, as well as whether the ignition is on or off (in case there is a corresponding [[cms/​units/​sensors/​sensors|sensor]]). The motion state is defined on the basis of speed information in the latest message or a real-time motion sensor, if available.  ​
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   * {{:​icons:​state1.png?​nolink}} — the unit is moving (if there is an ignition sensor, this icon also shows that the unit is moving with the engine off, that is, it is being towed or transported);​   * {{:​icons:​state1.png?​nolink}} — the unit is moving (if there is an ignition sensor, this icon also shows that the unit is moving with the engine off, that is, it is being towed or transported);​
-  * {{:​icons:​state2.png?​nolink}} — the unit is moving, the engine ​is on; +  * {{:​icons:​state2.png?​nolink}} — the unit is moving, the ignition ​is on; 
   * {{:​icons:​state3.png?​nolink}} — the unit is stationary; ​   * {{:​icons:​state3.png?​nolink}} — the unit is stationary; ​
-  * {{:​icons:​state4.png?​nolink}} — the unit is stationary, the engine ​is on;+  * {{:​icons:​state4.png?​nolink}} — the unit is stationary, the ignition ​is on;
   * {{:​icons:​state5.png?​nolink}} — the last message from the unit was received over an hour ago: the unit was moving; ​   * {{:​icons:​state5.png?​nolink}} — the last message from the unit was received over an hour ago: the unit was moving; ​
   * {{:​icons:​state6.png?​nolink}} — the last message from the unit was received over an hour ago: the unit was stationary;   * {{:​icons:​state6.png?​nolink}} — the last message from the unit was received over an hour ago: the unit was stationary;
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 In case the unit is stationary, the tooltip displays the duration of this state. If the unit has a [[cms/​units/​sensors/​types|real-time motion sensor]], the information about the duration is absent. In case the unit is stationary, the tooltip displays the duration of this state. If the unit has a [[cms/​units/​sensors/​types|real-time motion sensor]], the information about the duration is absent.
  
-==== Data Accuracy ​====+==== Data accuracy ​====
  
 {{:​icons:​actuality.png?​nolink ​ }}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. {{:​icons:​actuality.png?​nolink ​ }}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.
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 [[http://​apps.wialon.com/?​lang=en#​actualizer|Actualizer]] app can help reveal inactive units. This application allows to set any period of inactivity. ​ [[http://​apps.wialon.com/?​lang=en#​actualizer|Actualizer]] app can help reveal inactive units. This application allows to set any period of inactivity. ​
  
-==== Connection ​State ====+==== Connection ​state ====
    
 {{:​icons:​connection_.png?​nolink ​ }}Shows whether there is a connection with the unit at the moment. ​ {{:​icons:​connection_.png?​nolink ​ }}Shows whether there is a connection with the unit at the moment. ​
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   * {{:​icons:​connection0.png?​nolink}} — the unit is not connected.   * {{:​icons:​connection0.png?​nolink}} — the unit is not connected.
  
-A unit is considered to be connected if it has TCP or UDP commands available, or it has sent messages within last X minutes. The required number of minutes can be indicated in the corresponding line of the //​Monitoring panel// customizer (from 0 to 999). By default, the value is 0. It means that the connection state is determined automatically and does not depend on the time of receiving messages.+A unit is considered to be connected if there is a connection to the server using TCP or UDP protocol, or the unit has sent messages within last X minutes. The required number of minutes can be indicated in the corresponding line of the //​Monitoring panel// customizer (from 0 to 999). By default, the value is 0. It means that the connection state is determined automatically and does not depend on the time of receiving messages.
  
-==== Sensor ​State ==== +==== Sensor ​state ==== 
  
 {{:​icons:​sensor-state.png?​nolink ​ }}This column displays the state of the [[cms/​units/​sensors/​sensors|sensor]]:​ {{:​icons:​sensor-state.png?​nolink ​ }}This column displays the state of the [[cms/​units/​sensors/​sensors|sensor]]:​
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 The parameters of the last two sections are designed for the execution of some action on the unit. The parameters of the last two sections are designed for the execution of some action on the unit.
  
-==== Quick Track ==== +==== Quick track ==== 
  
 {{:​icons:​track_.png?​nolink ​ }}The buttons allow to build a track of unit movements. ​ {{:​icons:​track_.png?​nolink ​ }}The buttons allow to build a track of unit movements. ​
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   * {{:​icons:​track_no.png?​nolink}} — not enough rights to query tracks for this unit.    * {{:​icons:​track_no.png?​nolink}} — not enough rights to query tracks for this unit. 
  
-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 //​[[user/​tracks/​tracks|Tracks]]//​ panel. All '​quick'​ tracks are displayed in the //Tracks// panel 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 in the //​Advanced//​ tab or in the //Tracks// panel as well.+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 //​[[user/​tracks/​tracks|Tracks]]//​ panel. All '​quick'​ tracks are displayed in the //Tracks// panel 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 in the //[[cms/​units/​adv#​track_colors|Advanced]]// tab.
  
 ==== Messages ====  ==== Messages ==== 
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 The requested data is displayed in the //​Messages//​ panel. 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//​ panel. In this case, only messages with data are loaded, and the style of display is taken from the panel itself. The requested data is displayed in the //​Messages//​ panel. 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//​ panel. In this case, only messages with data are loaded, and the style of display is taken from the panel itself.
  
-==== Quick Report ​==== +==== Quick report ​==== 
  
 {{:​icons:​report.png?​nolink ​ }}Quick [[user/​reports/​reports|report]] execution.  ​ {{:​icons:​report.png?​nolink ​ }}Quick [[user/​reports/​reports|report]] execution.  ​
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   * {{:​icons:​sms0.png?​nolink}} — the user has the right to send SMS, but there are no available phone numbers of the unit or driver. ​   * {{:​icons:​sms0.png?​nolink}} — the user has the right to send SMS, but there are no available phone numbers of the unit or driver. ​
  
-==== Events ​Registrar ​==== +==== Events ​registrar ​==== 
  
 {{:​icons:​reg_.png?​nolink ​ }}Manual registration for such events as fuel fillings, maintenance service and other events in the unit history. ​ {{:​icons:​reg_.png?​nolink ​ }}Manual registration for such events as fuel fillings, maintenance service and other events in the unit history. ​
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 {{:​icons:​dialog.png?​nolink ​ }}View [[cms/​units/​units#​unit_properties_dialog|unit]] or [[cms/​groups/​props|group]] properties dialog (depending on the mode of work list display). To open the properties dialog, press the {{:​icons:​edit.png?​nolink}}icon next to a unit or a unit group. {{:​icons:​dialog.png?​nolink ​ }}View [[cms/​units/​units#​unit_properties_dialog|unit]] or [[cms/​groups/​props|group]] properties dialog (depending on the mode of work list display). To open the properties dialog, press the {{:​icons:​edit.png?​nolink}}icon next to a unit or a unit group.
  
-==== Clear List ==== +==== Clear list ==== 
  
 {{:​icons:​del-all.png?​nolink ​ }}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. ​ {{:​icons:​del-all.png?​nolink ​ }}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. ​
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