The Navigine software platform consists of 2 components – client and tracking and allows to edit maps, monitor devices, and visitors, track analytics, create information and advertising messages in real-time on the selected territory.
This documentation describes the functionality and purpose of the tracking section:
Device location data displayed in the web interface.
There are 2 types of tracking:
1. Tracking using active infrastructure
2. Tracking using passive infrastructure
For claim, first antennas or locators are used as active infrastructure that receives signals from passive tags, i.e. wearable devices (passcards, watches, etc.).
Antennas and locators could be based on the following technologies:
The employee's wearable device is a transmitter, and the antennas are receivers that collect and send raw data from the tags where the location is calculated to the server.
The second type of beacons is based on the following technologies used as passive infrastructure:
The employee's wearable device is a receiver equipped with a positioning module that collects telemetric information from Bluetooth beacons inside buildings and GPS/GLONASS satellites outside buildings. The collected data is sent to the server, where the location is calculated and displayed by the software.
Movements are displayed in near-real-time mode ("Online monitoring" mode) or as a record (movement «Track History mode»). The location of employees is displayed according to the current location. For timely response to dangerous situations, there is a "Notifications" function - customizable messages about employee movements.
To work in the system, you must use Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome browser.
DNS is used to access the local tracking system -https://tracking.COMPANYNAME.com/ (example)
To login to the tracking, you must input the username and password you received during registration in the client.
After successful authentication, the employee gets access to the system interface with the following functionality:
In the "Online monitoring" section, the system demonstrates all employees equipped with wearable devices on the map. In the column on the left, you can select the following items:
The track history allows you to reproduce the route the object was moving along in a given time period (date/time).
In the column on the left, select the date and time for restoring the route of the object and click "Apply". When the data is collected, you can start viewing the movement history by pressing the "Play" button at the bottom of the screen. For easier viewing, there are 4 variable speeds for scrolling the recording.
Each type of report is compiled for the time period selected by the user. Export to Excel tables is available.
Object report – a report on the time spent by a specific employee sequentially in zones for a specified period of time. If the employee's movements with the device were not recorded during the selected time period, the report would be empty.
Alert report – a report on employees entering, finding, or exiting the zone. Notifications are generated with data from this report.
Detailed report shows the percentage of the employee's being in zones.
Distance traveled - shows the distance covered during the selected time in the form of a drawn line.
This is the functionality for the notification of events related to employee movements. A notification pops up in the upper-right corner of the screen when an event occurs. It informs you about the following types of events:
Additional functionality (while using a certain type of equipment):
Use the settings section to add new objects and groups to track, and create new rules for notifications.
Objects – adding a new wearable device for monitoring, such as a smartphone or access control card.
URL with settings (JSON) - required for displaying additional information about the object, such as pulse or gas content in the environment.
Camera URL - used for static objects. Provides the ability to display the data stream from the video camera in the tracking interface.
File URL - used to link an image to an object.
In the "Name" field, enter the name of the wearable device. In the future, it will be taken into account when creating reports and monitoring online.
The "MAC address" field specifies the ID of the wearable device.
Groups – section for creating a new group of objects.
Enter the name of the group in the ‘Name’ field.
Notifications - create new rules for displaying notifications.
In the "zone" column, select the previously created zone in Client.
The conditions are "entering the zone", "being in the zone", "being out of the zone" and "leaving the zone". If you select the "stay in the zone" or "stay out of the zone" condition, you can also specify the time period when the notification will start.
Devices – in this section, assign the name of the object (which will be displayed in online monitoring), select the group and type of object.