Zonar utilizes HERE maps for displaying locations and paths as they pertain to assets. There are a number of features available when working with the Map in these reports.
The following web browsers have been tested and are supported when viewing maps: Internet Explorer 11, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge.
- Search Bar
- Zoom Options
- Map Overlays
- Bookmark Tools
- Map Layers
- Measurement Scale
- Map Mode
- Menu Options
The search bar above the map provides ways to quickly jump to landmarks and points of interest.
Jump to Zone: If you have geofences set up in your account, click the dropdown list to select a geofence. The map immediately centers on the geofence once clicked.
To set up geofences, see Manage Zones.
- Search Field: Type an address or part of an address into the search field to search for a specific location. If you are unsure how to format the address, click the [?] link for an example.
- Search Button: Press Search once the address is typed into the search field.
- Search Results: Any addresses matching the search field are displayed here. Click the appropriate address to center the map on that location. Click X to close the search results.
Zoom In: Click the plus (+) icon to zoom into the map.
Zoom Out: Click the minus (-) icon to zoom out from the map.
Tools On/Off: Displays the bookmarking tools described below.
Weather On/Off: Displays current weather conditions. A legend will appear in the lower right of the map describing the intensity of any inclement weather.
Zones On/Off: Displays geofences. You can define geofences by hovering over Manage, then in the System Settings column, select Zones.
The Weather feature is for current conditions. When running a report that is displaying historical information, the weather displayed will still be current and not historical.
Set Bookmark: Click to save the current map view as a bookmark.
Go To Bookmark: Click to return to the view saved by clicking Set Bookmark.
Set Home: Click to save the current map view as the home view. This will be the view shown whenever the map is freshly loaded.
Selection: Click this icon, then click and drag to generate a rectangle on the map. The map will zoom in to show only the selected area.
Hover over the Map Layers icon to view available layers:
Classic is a map style which displays roads, highways, and geographical landmarks as a flat 2D image.
Satellite is a map style which uses overhead imagery to provide a realistic model of the viewed area. Roads and highways are overlaid atop the satellite imagery.
The scale is provided as a method to approximate distances in either metric or US units, and changes depending on the current zoom level.
The Map Mode allows you to adjust the height of the visible map.
Short: 512 pixels tall.
Medium: 633 pixels tall.
Tall: 800 pixels tall.
Full: Adjusts to fill the entire window. Useful for displaying the map on monitors.
The map automatically fills the entire window's width no matter which option is selected.
Right-click on a point on the map to get a menu with additional commands to apply to that point of interest:
Click to get the closest address to the selected point. HERE translates the latitude/longitude coordinates of the selected point to the nearest available address.
The address finder is sometimes unable to locate a specific street address. In these cases, it provides the city and state or province only.
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Center Map Here
Click to center the map on the selected point.
Click one of these options to zoom into or out of the map by one level.
Closest 5 Assets
Closest 10 Assets
Click one of these options to display the 5 or 10 assets closest to the selected point. If necessary, the map zooms out and/or re-centers to show the requested assets.
If one of the two Closest Assets options have been selected, Hide Closest becomes an option. Click to remove the displayed assets from the map.
Click to place a marker at the selected point and begin route planning. See the next section for more details.
The map offers basic route planning, which can be started by right-clicking on the beginning of the route and clicking Start Route from the menu.
Once clicked, the map displays a marker and the right-click menu offers new options:
Click to place a new beginning marker at the selected point. This replaces any existing markers.
Click to place an intermediate marker at the selected point. This adds a marker. You may add any number of additional stops.
If your route only includes a single stop, do not use Add Stop. Use Finish Route instead.
Click to place a final marker at the selected point and generate a route which starts at the beginning marker, proceeds through all intermediate markers, and ends at the final marker. A pop-up window will also appear with turn-by-turn text directions, as well as distance and estimated trip duration.
Click at any time to remove all route markers from the map.