Why georeference your interventions on a map ?
A notification alerts an operator when an intervention has been assigned to him. If this intervention is georeference, the operator will be able to view his future intervention location on a map.
What is the geotracking of interventions ?
Geotracking consists to define latitude and longitude coordinates for your interventions.
To associate a location with your interventions, you must first create an intervention attribute of the location type. The attribute created will then be use.
In practice, how to geolocate asset ?
Context : Imagine a company that performs interventions throughout France. In order to best prepare for their trips, a field operator must be informed of their future place of intervention, one week in advance.
Thus, the administrator will plan a geolocated intervention one week in advance. This intervention will then be assigned to the operator.
We will first create a Location type attribute and then assign it to a planned intervention.
1. Go to the Interventions tab, then click on the toothed wheel and Attributes
2. Choose Create new attribute, and select Location as the attribute type. You can name your Attribute "Geolocation".
3. Then validate the creation of your new attribute.
4. To plan the intervention, click on "Plan the intervention" then fill in the data for your intervention. Next comes the data concerning the "Geolocation" attribute
5. Two boxes appear asking you to fill in the Latitude and Longitude.
We advise you to go to this site to retrieve this information.
Let us use as an example the case of Ermeo. We enter the physical address of Ermeo, which will then give us the GPS coordinates
6. Copy the values indicated in the Geolocation attribute. Validate the planned intervention.
7. The operator receives a notification stating that an intervention has been assigned to him.
It finds on the home page of the mobile application, the intervention planned using the map view.