Initial data are available in the dashboard within approximately 6 minutes after sensor activation. This is the first transaction that shows shipment state right after sensor start. All the future transactions are collected according to the sensor settings.

To check your shipment status and location, go to the logistics dashboard, find the shipment in the table and click its name.

In the page that opens, you can see:

  • A list of sensors linked to this shipment with quick data on each of them;
  • An interactive map with the shipment route;
  • The shipment transportation history.

To learn your shipment conditions in a certain location, click the corresponding transaction point on the map.

The number of points shown is scalable and depends on the map zoom level. To display all points, set the map zoom to maximum.
Tracing shipment route on the interactive map

To view data from a certain sensor of a shipment, click its number in the table. In the page that opens, you can see an interactive map with the shipment route and the shipment history block.

The shipment history block stores all the transactions sent from the sensor. To identify your shipment state, look at the metrics widgets and graph. Sharp fluctuations from the graph average should draw your attention as they can mean a possible violation of transportation conditions. To view metrics for a certain point, hover over the graph.

A graph with exceeding values

Additionally, you can check transactions one by one using the table. By default, the latest received transactions show at the top of the table. But you can filter the results by any column in a descending or ascending order. To do so, click the column header.

For each transaction, check its precise location, ambient temperature and humidity, light exposure, acceleration, and triggered events.

Another way to monitor your shipments is the shipment lifecycles dashboard. Learn how to read them in the corresponding article.