- A new toggle button allows you to enable and disable the display of GPS pings on the map. This toggle can be selected on the main Route Compliance view or when viewing a specific trip.
A Chat with Support feature, which allows you to contact a member of the Trimble MAPS Support team during normal business hours, is now available in RouteReporter.
Support level users at Trimble MAPS partners no longer need to contact us to add more Support level users. They can now be added on the Company Administration page.
- In the Reports tab:
- In the Route Compliance panel, the View All Vehicles and View All Drivers buttons have been updated so they can be more easily identified by users.
- In the Compliance Reports tab, fields for Driver ID and Driver Name have been added for fleets that track compliance by driver rather than by vehicle.
- When a Route Compliance report is exported as a .CSV file, it now lists Routing Profiles by name, rather than by an ID number.
Improved Route Visualization, including:
(Requires CoPilot 10.7 or higher) Additional details for GPS pings and stop locations: The info box that pops up when you click on a GPS ping or a stop location now provides additional information. For GPS pings, details include the ping number (order in which it was received), latitude/longitude coordinates, time, speed, direction and altitude. For stops, information includes the address, coordinates and time.
(Requires CoPilot 10.7 or higher) New directional icons: RouteReporter’s icons have been updated to help you better visualize the direction a vehicle traveled. GPS ping icons now point to the vehicle’s heading; arrows have been added to show a vehicle’s actual route; and new icons show where a vehicle left (red icon) and re-joined (green icon) the planned route.
(Requires CoPilot 10 and higher) Vehicle Routing Profile Information: RouteReporter is now better able to identify the Vehicle Routing Profile used to create a route. In cases where the profile is not known, a drop-down of possible profiles will be provided so you can run tests if you need to determine which profile was used.