When several vehicles or places are too closed together for Frotcom to be able to display them on the map without overlapping, they are represented by blue icon clusters.

Here is a cluster of vehicles:

If you place the mouse cursor on top of this cluster, you will see a shape indicating how these 11 vehicles are distributed:

Similarly, Frotcom also represents clusters of places as white icons. Here's one:

By placing the mouse cursor on top of this cluster, you will see a shape indicating how these 11 places are distributed:

You can drill down on each cluster by clicking on it, or simply by zooming in. For instance, if you zoom in the area where the cluster indicates 10 vehicles, you will see a new division in clusters (3 + 4 + 2) and already an isolated vehicle, RO XX 00 XXX (in the same total of 10 vehicles):

Moreover, Frotcom also gives you the possibility to control the level of clustering that you want to define for visualization purposes. I.e. depending on your choice of settings, you will have different visualization experiences that are the outcome of an algorithm that takes into account both the map's current level of zoom and the number of vehicles/places to be displayed.

In order to select such preferences, click on the menu button located on the upper right part of the page.

After that, select the map settings button.

The following options will become available after you select the clustering tab. The clustering level for vehicles and the clustering level for places are independent from each other.

Just as an example, with the minimum level of zoom and clustering level set to ''always'', all the vehicles/places that are geographically close and would overlap themselves, will be placed in a cluster.

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