The logistics dashboard is the main tool for such users as CSR managers, supervisors, logistics managers. The full shipment’s lifecycle is serviced here. It means that in the logistics dashboard, you can create and track shipments, view and download shipment reports and an archive of previously completed shipments. In the logistics dashboard, users can also set up notification rules to receive notifications based on the triggered events, such as shipment arrival at an intermediate point, temperature rise, or goods damage.
To access the logistics dashboard, click Menu > Logistics dashboard.
The logistics dashboard consists of the interactive map and sensors table. In the page that opens, you can:
- Monitor the shipment route via the interactive map;
- Check statistics on the shipment temperature, humidity, and number of shocks;
- View detailed data on the shipment state for each of the transactions.
The interactive map shows all your active sensors across the globe. Each sensor is represented as a colored point. The point color can be:
- Red—means that one or more alerts have been triggered.
- Yellow—means that one or more warnings have been triggered.
- Green—means that one or more notifications have been triggered.
- Blue—means that none of the above has been triggered. To look around among all your facilities, use the map zoom tools.
The sensors table lists all your active sensors and main information about shipments linked to them:
- Shipment and pallet IDs;
- Custom tags;
- Dates of the last transaction;
- Status that indicates if any notifications, alerts, or warnings have been triggered.