By selecting the arrow on the right edge of the tracking sidebar you can easily switch and monitor in full screen mode. Extra screen space allows for users to get a better view of the resources that are present on the map and their location.
Sometimes a single device is the only resource that a user wants to focus on. Real-time Tracking allows for users to open up a new window or tab in their web browser to view the location of a single asset in real time. This is a great feature for close monitoring of individuals and fleets.
Sharing has become a large part of today’s culture. With the Live Share Link feature, users can send a link to anyone’s email address to show the assets location. Privacy settings allow the link to have an expiration date in between an hour and a month.
Dispatchers who use the SAS platform can easily determine the resource that is closest to a given location. More efficient deployment can help companies save money on fuel and give their employees more time to accomplish their goals.
The share directions tool gives dispatchers the power to share directions from one location to another. These directions can be sent to a phone, tablet or computer to aid in the efficient deployment of resources.
The main dashboard is the central location to see every aspect of the SAS platform from the main tracking dashboard. The Dashboard allows for convenience, simplicity and utility for every platform user.
The SAS can fully customize data in a variety of intuitive and useful ways. Within the Tools and Settings menu users can access tools for alert triggers, maintenance reminders, security interfaces and more.
A geofence allows for platform users to set up an area with unique properties for the creation of alerts and generation of data. A circular geofence allows for overlapping and layering so that alerts can be generated when a resource gets a certain distance away from the center.
A polygon geofence is similar to the circular geofence except it is far more specific and allows for administrators to create borders around a point of interest. For example, when a taxi service wants to generate alerts when a car is leaving or arriving at an airport, a border can be placed around the airport.