We made the following improvements to the Tracking screen:

  • We reduced the time it takes for the page to load.
  • We redesigned the asset pop-up to provide a cleaner, more user-friendly look and feel:
  • We made the asset labels easier to read and improved the icon colors used for asset status color-coding:
  • Navigating from one group to another on the map is now faster, and the new data is displayed more quickly.
  • We added a tab that will enable you to collapse the Search field and filters at the top of the page so that you can give the map and grid more screen real estate:
    • : Collapses the filters (hiding them).
    • : Expands the filters (restoring them to view).


We added three new reports:

  • Tag History: For customers with supply chain devices, this report provides sensor-reading details for the specified time frame, including the name of the tag device, asset name, temperature value reported by the tag, current humidity value, and ESN of the associated LMU.
  • Door Sensor History: For customers with door sensors, this report lists a history of all open and close events for the selected date range, including the asset name, geofence or other location, door sensor status, and date and time of the event.
  • Maintenance History Summary: For customers who log maintenance records for their assets in iOn, this report provides aggregated data for all the performed maintenance, including the asset name; make, model, and year; ESN; schedule; number of service logs; costs separated by parts, labor, miscellaneous, and tax; total cost, and average cost per day.


For customers using spreaders, we added a new Spreader section to the Asset Details pane that will contain the granular, prewet, target rate, distance, status, and mode data, depending on the type of spreader associated with the asset.


In addition, the Edit Device dialog box will have a new Peripherals section, in which you (if you have admin credentials) can specify the type of spreader associated with the device (Cirus, Force America, or DICKEY-john).


In the Asset History report, we improved how the Events column displays input changes. Previously, they would be shown as “Input Transition”; now the event will be the actual new state, such as “Driver Door Open” and “Passenger Door Closed.”


We enhanced existing reports as follows:

  • Geofence Detail, Geofence Mileage Summary, and Geofence Summary: We made these reports more readable by displaying each event’s data in its own row instead of placing all the data for a single geofence in one row.
  • Trip Detail View: We added latitude and longitude columns for the trip start and end; a Batch/Fob ID column; and input columns for start and end times, duration times for single inputs, and duration of all active inputs.