Use the Map Controls and Map View settings to interact with and view the map the way you prefer.
Refer to the following additional options for interacting with the map via Map Controls:
|Place a pin on a map and move it as needed by dragging-and-dropping it to any location. The Dropped Pin Card appears (right-hand side of screen) and you can then quickly dispatch to/from this location, find the closest vehicle, obtain location address, or create a landmark for repeated use.|
|Focus the map over all fleet assets as selected in the DataSource Selector by an automatic zoom in/zoom out.|
|Quickly send a dispatch to a landmark, vehicle, or address to selected recipient(s).|
|Set your preferences for cluster level (1-15), trails threshold (15 min, 30 min, 1 hr, 12 hrs, 24 hrs), vehicle label (vehicle ID, driver name, vehicle ID and driver name, driver name and vehicle ID), and map markers (Show Service Reminders, Show Input Status, Show Vehicle Direction).
Cluster Level: Represent more than one vehicle in a similar location with a clustered circle. Clusters provide enhanced clarity when viewing a bird's eye view of a map with a large number of vehicles. As you zoom in and vehicles appear farther apart, clusters update accordingly. The number in a cluster's center indicates the vehicles included, and the ring around the cluster indicates the statuses of the clustered vehicles.
Refer to the following additional options for interacting with the map via Map View settings:
|Display landmarks on the map.
|Identify the speed of traffic on the road compared to free-flowing conditions. For highways, green means there is a normal speed of traffic. The more red the road becomes, the slower the speed of traffic on the road. Gray indicates there is no data available.
|Shows restaurants, businesses, parks, parking, and other points of interest.
|Display assets in clusters (set cluster level in Map Controls – Preferences, see table above).
|Display trails for assets (set trail threshold in Map Controls – Preferences, see table above).