EDOT Agency Web Basics - Map Overview

In this tutorial, we will delve into the various features available in the Map View, providing you with a comprehensive understanding of how to navigate and utilize this essential tool.

Accessing the Map View

  • To begin, navigate to a project from the My Project feed within the HaulHub EDOT Agency platform. You have two options to access the map view: you can click on the View Map button located at the top, or you can scroll down on the Dashboard Tab and utilize the mini-map provided.
  • For this demonstration, we will click on the View map button at the top to initiate our exploration of the Map View.


Understanding the Map Display

  • Upon opening the map, you will initially encounter a broad view showcasing the tickets associated with the selected project. This broad view presents tickets in the form of a heat map, offering a visual representation of ticket density across different areas.

  • As you zoom in closer, the heat map transitions into individual pins, each pin representing a specific ticket within the project area.


Exploring Map Elements

  • Layers: Starting from the top left, you have the option to choose different Layers that provide additional levels of ticket data.
    • By default, the Tickets layer is enabled, displaying all tickets on the map. You can toggle additional sub-levels within the Tickets layer to filter tickets based on specific criteria such as status (e.g., Delivered or Rejected) or attributes like Yield tests, Temperatures, Inspector notes, Photos, Other Inspections, Flags, or Pay Codes.

  • Date Range and Filters: You can adjust the date range for tickets displayed on the map, allowing you to focus on specific time periods.

    • Furthermore, you can apply filters based on Suppliers, Plants, Material Types, Districts, and more, refining your map view to cater to your specific needs.

  • View Options: You have the flexibility to switch between different map views, including the default view and Satellite view, providing you with diverse perspectives of the project area.

  • Tickets Feed: In the top right corner, the Tickets button grants access to the Ticket Results Feed.

    • This feed presents a comprehensive view of all tickets displayed on the map, allowing you to sort tickets based on criteria such as newest or oldest first.

  • Ticket Preview Tiles: Within the Ticket Results Feed, each ticket is represented as a Ticket Preview Tile, showcasing key information such as Ticket Number, Status, Date and Time Stamp, Load Number, Material Type, and Quantity. Icons associated with each ticket provide quick insights into its attributes, with detailed information available by hovering over these icons.

  • Ticket Details Pane: Clicking on a Ticket Preview Tile expands the Ticket Details Pane, providing a deeper dive into the ticket's information. Alternatively, you can directly access the Ticket Details Pane by clicking on a ticket directly from the Map View, allowing you to review or manage the ticket as needed.


Additional Resources:

  • We've also included a video detailing the steps above: