MAPPING ASSET HISTORY ON THE TRACKING SCREEN
We have moved mapping asset history from the Reports screen to the Tracking screen (where it was in legacy iOn). For reports, this means that there no longer will be an Asset History Report v2, which contained the mapping history functionality.
On the Tracking screen, after selecting the assets whose history you need to map, you’ll use the new Dates filter to specify the date range of results to display. The history grid data will appear at the bottom of the screen, and the map at the top will show where the assets traveled in the chosen time frame.
You can still map history in a certain area (also called a boundary search) by applying a boundary using the new Boundary filter that will become available after you map the assets’ history of activity. (You may need to look under the More Filters option for the Boundary filter.)
To filter for certain events, you no longer use a filter at the top of the screen (as it was in the Asset History report v2); now you use the Events column’s filter icon in the history grid.
Note that this also means that there is no longer a History tab on the Asset Details pane.
VIEWING SUPPLY-CHAIN DEVICES’ SHIPMENT HISTORY
For our supply-chain (SC) customers, we added a Shipment History report to the Reports screen, which will map the history of events for supply-chain devices over a chosen time frame so that you can see where your shipments have traveled. The history grid data will appear on the left and the map on the right. You can specify certain events to include in the results, such as sensor breaches (temperature, shock, tilt, and light sensors, depending on which you have), position, and low battery.
REDESIGNED SUPPLY-CHAIN DEVICE ASSET POP-UP
We reworked the asset pop-up for supply-chain devices to match the new design for other assets (released in version 3.0.56) to provide a cleaner, more user-friendly look and feel:
ADDED NEW TEMPERATURE LOG REPORT
For our supply-chain customers, we added a new Temperature Log report, which will provide temperature log information from SC devices, enabling you to quickly analyze the temperature readings for the chosen time period. The results will include the device ID, date and time, temperature, and humidity.