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user:reports:templ:settings:map [29/05/2018 17:27]
tagr [Tracks in Reports]
user:reports:templ:settings:map [19/04/2019 10:35] (current)
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 The lines of the online report, which contain information about the location of the unit at the time of an event, are highlighted in blue. If you click on the line with the left mouse button, the message is marked on the map with a special marker, and the map, in turn, is centered on its location. A similar option works for some //Regular// [[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​charts/​charts|charts]] (where the X scale represents time): when using the trace tool, you move to the message on the map. The lines of the online report, which contain information about the location of the unit at the time of an event, are highlighted in blue. If you click on the line with the left mouse button, the message is marked on the map with a special marker, and the map, in turn, is centered on its location. A similar option works for some //Regular// [[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​charts/​charts|charts]] (where the X scale represents time): when using the trace tool, you move to the message on the map.
  
-Some elements can be drawn on the map as a part of the report. They can be selected in the //Map output// section of the report template dialog. These can be [[user/​tracks/​tracks|tracks]] traveled by unit, [[user/​geo/​geo|geofences]],​ as well as special [[user/​reports/​templ/​settings/​map?&#​markers|markers]] in the form of small icons which can be put in the places of events, fillings, thefts, speedings, etc. All this is configured when creating or editing a report template on the //​[[user/​reports/​templ/​settings/​settings|Settings]]//​ tab in the //Map output// section.+Some elements can be drawn on the map as a part of the report. They can be selected in the //Map output// section of the report template dialog. These can be [[user/​tracks/​tracks|tracks]] traveled by unit, [[user/​geo/​geo|geofences]],​ as well as special [[user/​reports/​templ/​settings/​map?&#​markers_in_reports|markers]] in the form of small icons which can be put in the places of events, fillings, thefts, speedings, etc. All this is configured when creating or editing a report template on the //​[[user/​reports/​templ/​settings/​settings|Settings]]//​ tab in the //Map output// section
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 +Some data can also be displayed in the form of a heat map. Its color varies from blue (minimum) to red (maximum) depending on the amount of data. In the drop-down list of the //Heat map// field, select one of the options: 
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 +  * all messages; 
 +  * stops; 
 +  * trips; 
 +  * speedings;​ 
 +  * parkings.
  
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 ===== Tracks in Reports ===== ===== Tracks in Reports =====
  
-The routes traveled by a unit in a selected period of time can be shown on the map. To do this, select one of the options: //Trip routes// or //All messages on map// in the report template dialog. In accordance with the first option, only the intervals considered as trips (according to the [[cms/​units/​trip|Trip Detector]]) are displayed as tracks with different colors. In this case, it is required to activate ​the //By trips// option in the advanced user settings. In case of the //all messages on map// option, all the messages with valid coordinates are converted into a track regardless of trips, parkings, stops, etc. If in the unit history there are intervals where the connection was lost (there were no messages for a long time) or coordinates were not determied ​in messages, such intervals are displayed with a dashed line.    +The routes traveled by a unit in a selected period of time can be shown on the map. To do this, select one of the options: //Trip routes// or //All messages on map// in the report template dialog. In accordance with the first option, only the intervals considered as trips (according to the [[cms/​units/​trip|Trip Detector]]) are displayed as tracks with different colors. In the case of the //All messages on map// option, all the messages with valid coordinates are converted into a track regardless of trips, parkings, stops, etc. If in the unit history there are intervals where the connection was lost (there were no messages for a long time) or coordinates were not determined ​in messages, such intervals are displayed with a dashed line.
  
-By default, ​the routes are drawn with blue color. Howeveryou can choose another color or even have multi-colored tracks according to the speed or sensor ​state. The set of colors to be used in tracks is defined ​in [[cms/​units/​adv|Unit Advanced Properties]]).+You can configure ​the track color (by tripssingle, by speed or by sensorin the //[[cms/​units/​adv#​track_colors|Track colors]]// section on the //​Advanced//​ tab of the unit properties. When the //All messages on map// option in the report template is enabled, the color setting by trips does not work.
  
 Besides, to get the information about track points, hover the mouse cursor over and see the information in a tooltip (time, speed, coordinates,​ altitude, sensor values). Note that messages are searched in the radius of 50 pixels to the cursor. ​ Besides, to get the information about track points, hover the mouse cursor over and see the information in a tooltip (time, speed, coordinates,​ altitude, sensor values). Note that messages are searched in the radius of 50 pixels to the cursor. ​
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-If tracks or all messages are on, then such tables as Trips, Rides, Engine hours, Speedings are supplied with an additional first column containing the icon of the binoculars. When clicking on the icon, the map is centered at a certain segment of the track, and this segment is highlighted by a thick red line on the map. +If tracks or all messages are on, then such tables as //Trips////Rides////Engine hours////Speedings// are supplied with an additional first column containing the icon of the binoculars. When clicking on the icon, the map is centered at a certain segment of the track, and this segment is highlighted by a bold red line on the map. 
  
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 |{{:​icons:​theft.png?​nolink}}|Theft marker| Marks a location where, according to the sensors data, a fuel theft takes place. A tooltip shows theft time and the amount of fuel stolen. | |{{:​icons:​theft.png?​nolink}}|Theft marker| Marks a location where, according to the sensors data, a fuel theft takes place. A tooltip shows theft time and the amount of fuel stolen. |
 |{{:​icons:​event.png?​nolink}}|Event marker| Marks the locations where events were automatically registered by means of [[user/​notify/​action|notifications]]. The events [[user/​monitor/​reg|registered manually]], including fuel fillings, are also shown by such markers if a location (and preferably a description) is indicated during event registration. A tooltip shows the event time and the text of the event. | |{{:​icons:​event.png?​nolink}}|Event marker| Marks the locations where events were automatically registered by means of [[user/​notify/​action|notifications]]. The events [[user/​monitor/​reg|registered manually]], including fuel fillings, are also shown by such markers if a location (and preferably a description) is indicated during event registration. A tooltip shows the event time and the text of the event. |
-|{{:​icons:​violation.png?​nolink}}|Violation marker| If you select event markers, then both event and violation markers are to be displayedbecause violation is a special case of an event. |+|{{:​icons:​violation.png?​nolink}}|Violation marker| If you select event markers, then both event and violation markers are to be displayed because ​violation is a special case of an event. |
 |{{:​icons:​speeding.png?​nolink}}|Speeding marker| Marks a location where speed limits indicated in the [[cms/​units/​adv#​speeding|unit properties]] were violated. A tooltip shows the initial time of the speeding interval (i.e. the time of receiving the first message with a speed value exceeding the allowed one), the allowed speed (indicated in the unit properties),​ the value of speeding and the total duration of a speeding interval. | |{{:​icons:​speeding.png?​nolink}}|Speeding marker| Marks a location where speed limits indicated in the [[cms/​units/​adv#​speeding|unit properties]] were violated. A tooltip shows the initial time of the speeding interval (i.e. the time of receiving the first message with a speed value exceeding the allowed one), the allowed speed (indicated in the unit properties),​ the value of speeding and the total duration of a speeding interval. |
 |{{:​icons:​pics.png?​nolink}}|Image marker| Marks a location where [[user/​monitor/​pics|pictures]] from a unit were received. | |{{:​icons:​pics.png?​nolink}}|Image marker| Marks a location where [[user/​monitor/​pics|pictures]] from a unit were received. |
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 The panoramic images of the territory can be displayed when clicking on the markers of parkings and stops. For this, maps with panoramas (for instance, Yandex Panorama or Google Street View) should be selected in [[user/​set/​maps|user settings]]. If there are pictures of the territory with the coordinates of the marker, when pointed at it, the cursor changes from //arrow// to //hand//. Click on the marker to open a panorama snapshot in the window of the //​[[user/​tools/​address|Address]]//​ tool. Double-click on another such marker to update the information. The panoramic images of the territory can be displayed when clicking on the markers of parkings and stops. For this, maps with panoramas (for instance, Yandex Panorama or Google Street View) should be selected in [[user/​set/​maps|user settings]]. If there are pictures of the territory with the coordinates of the marker, when pointed at it, the cursor changes from //arrow// to //hand//. Click on the marker to open a panorama snapshot in the window of the //​[[user/​tools/​address|Address]]//​ tool. Double-click on another such marker to update the information.
  
-:!: //Note.//\\ When enabling event markers, in addition to event markers you get violation markers because a violation is a special case of event. ​+:!: //Note.//\\ When enabling event markers, in addition to event markers you get violation markers because a violation is a special case of an event. ​
  
 Markers appear on the map after a report is generated. If you see no markers, it means there are no events of the indicated type or the current map scale is not enough (try to zoom in).  Markers appear on the map after a report is generated. If you see no markers, it means there are no events of the indicated type or the current map scale is not enough (try to zoom in). 
  
-When hover the mouse cursor over a marker, you see additional information in a tooltip: for stops and parkings — starting time and duration, for events and violations — time and notification text, for fillings and thefts — time and fuel volume, for speedings — starting time, speed limitation as it is defines ​in unit properties, how much the speed is exceeded, and duration of this speeding. ​+When you hover the mouse cursor over a marker, you see additional information in a tooltip: for stops and parkings — starting time and duration, for events and violations — time and notification text, for fillings and thefts — time and fuel volume, for speedings — starting time, speed limitation as it is defined ​in unit properties, how much the speed is exceeded, and duration of this speeding. ​
  
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-You can enable the //Marker numbering// option in a report template. In this case, each marker has its sequence number which is indicated below the marker in red color. Numbers are assigned chronologically,​ and each marker type has its own numeration.+You can enable the //Marker numbering// option in a report template. In this case, each marker has its sequence number which is indicated below the marker in red color. Numbers are assigned chronologically,​ and each marker type has its own enumeration.
  
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 ===== Unit Last Location ===== ===== Unit Last Location =====
  
-The last location of the unit can be displayed on the map. To enable this feature, select the //Unit last location// checkbox in map output settings of the report template. ​Last location does not depend on the reported interval, it is taken from the latest message received from the unit. Units are displayed on the map by their icons or by motion state signs (depending on [[user/​set/​general#​unit_visualization_on_map|User settings]]) as well as by their names considering the [[cms/​units/​adv#​unit_label_color|Unit label color]] option. In the pop-up tooltip you can find the time when the message was received, speed at that point, altitude, and the values of mileage and engine hours counters. ​+The last location of the unit can be displayed on the map. To enable this feature, select the //Unit last location// checkbox in map output settings of the report template. ​The last location does not depend on the reported interval, it is taken from the latest message received from the unit. Units are displayed on the map by their icons or by motion state signs (depending on [[user/​set/​general#​unit_visualization_on_map|User settings]]) as well as by their names considering the [[cms/​units/​adv#​unit_label_color|Unit label color]] option. In the pop-up tooltip you can find the time when the message was received, ​the speed at that point, altitude, and the values of mileage and engine hours counters. ​
  
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