There are two ways that allow you to check the alarms which have been triggered:
- Option 1: click the alarms icon (red circle with exclamation bar) on the right side of the menu bar:
- Option 2: click the Alarms option under the More menu:
The number to the right of the alarms icon shows how many new alarms have been triggered. In the example above, there are 12 new alarms.
Once you click the alarms icon, the following page will be displayed:
You can use filters to narrow the list:
By default, you will see the alarms triggered in the last 7 days, but you can change that period:
You can also specify for which vehicles or drivers you want to see the alarms, or which alarm types you want to see. You can select all, some or just one:
You can also choose to see only unprocessed alarms or all the alarms. An unprocessed alarm is one that you or other user in your account still have not marked as processed or analysed.
To process a single alarm, open its details and mark it as processed, as described below.
If you want to process more alarms, you can use the Process all alarms and Process alarms listed below options under the hamburger menu:
Process all alarms will mark all unprocessed alarms as processed, while Process alarms listed below will take the in consideration the filters applied at the moment to process fewer alarms.
In addition to this, Frotcom runs an automatic process that marks all the alarms older than 7 days as processed.
Finally, you can also use the open search box to look for a specific text.
Unless you change the order, the first rows show the latest alarms triggered.
To see the details of an alarm, click on the corresponding row:
The black dot on the map represents the location where the alarm was triggered. You can zoom in and out as usually.
Detailed information about the alarm is shown in the area above the map.
Click the Process button to mark this alarm as processed. You will be able to provide some notes if needed:
To go back to the Alarms page, click the < Back to alarms link on the top left.