DISPLAYING ASSET GRID AND MAP ON THE TRACKING SCREEN
We changed the Tracking screen’s asset grid to being displayed on the same screen as the map, in the left pane. (Previously, you clicked Table View at the top right of the screen to launch the grid on a page of its own.) You click the icon at the top of the assets list to display the grid data, and you can drag the slider handle to give the grid more screen real estate, as needed.
Note that this is currently available only in non-Huge Fleet mode (viewing fewer than 5,000 assets).
IMPROVED TRACKING SCREEN PERFORMANCE
We made the following improvements to the Tracking screen:
- We reduced the time it takes for the page to load.
- The map performance has been enhanced to speed up asset loading, panning, and zooming.
- The performance of the Groups filter has been optimized.
VIEWING MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES FROM THE TRACKING SCREEN
We added a Maintenance Schedule button to an asset’s details pane that will launch the Maintenance screen and display the asset’s scheduled maintenance (if any).
LAUNCHING THE MAP AND GRID ASSET HISTORY REPORT VIA THE REPORTS SCREEN
We added a second Asset History report to the Reports screen, Asset History Report v2, which will show the same results as clicking View Full Report when mapping history on the Tracking screen (with the trip grid data on the left and map on the right). The original report labeled Asset History Report remains as an option on the Reports screen and is unchanged. (It returns a grid that lists each event for the selected assets, when and where they occurred, the speed traveled, and other asset data.)
DISPLAYING ASSETS AFTER FINDING NO HISTORY LAYER DATA
We changed the behavior of the Tracking screen when a user launches the History layer but finds no data; previously, the Assets layer would remain disabled; now it will be automatically enabled. As a result, you will immediately see your assets after the History layer fails to return results.