EXPORTING AND REFRESHING GEOFENCE EVENTS
We have added the ability to export all the grid data on the Geofence Events screen to a CSV (comma-separated value) file, using the icon at the top right of the grid. We also added a refresh icon (), which enables you to manually reload the data to see new geofence events that have occurred since you opened the page.
ADDED COLUMNS FOR THE ASSET HISTORY REPORT
We added several columns to the Asset History report that were available in legacy iOn, as follows; these won’t be visible by default but can be added via the column-selection feature: Group, ESN, Alias, Type, Category, Driver Type, Driver Category, Route, Event Type, Event Code, Heading, Posted Speed Limit (mph), Speed (mph), Speed (GPS) (mph), Speed (VB) (mph), Odometer (mi), Odometer (GPS) (mi), Odometer (VB) (mi), Engine Hours, Engine Hours (GPS), Engine Hours (VB), Idle Hours, Engine Light, Fuel Level (%), Vbat (int), Vbat (ext), IGN, IN1, IN2, IN3, IN4, IN5, IN6, IN7, GPS, Comm, Latitude, Longitude, and Altitude.
EXPANDED CAPABILITY FOR MAPPING ASSET HISTORY IN A CERTAIN AREA
We improved the ability to map the history of asset activity in a specific geographic region (also called a boundary report), reducing the number limit for asset results.
PERSISTING ASSET LIST VIEW ACROSS USER SESSIONS
We changed the Tracking screen’s asset list so that your current view (full asset cards, simple list, or asset grid) will persist throughout your current user session and future sessions.
PERSISTING ASSET GRID COLUMN FILTERS FOR YOUR CURRENT SESSION
We changed the Tracking screen’s asset grid so that any column filters you’ve applied will persist throughout your user session.
IMPROVED TRACKING SCREEN PERFORMANCE
We improved the performance of the Tracking screen by restricting the filters to rendering only when you interact with them, so the page will take less time to load.
CONFIGURING NOTIFICATIONS FOR TIRE HUB TEMPERATURES AND DOOR STATUS
For customers using our TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system) sensors, we have added the ability to create a notification that will alert you when the hub temperature exceeds the threshold you specify. For customers using door sensors, we also added the ability to create a notification to alert you when the door is in a certain state (open or closed). To configure these, in the Add/Edit Notification dialog box’s Notification Type drop-down list, you will use the options Hub Temperature Excursion (for the former) and Door Status Alert (for the latter).