Understanding the Map Page

See where your FitMachine sensors are located and which Access Points they are connecting to.

How can it help you?

On the Network Map you can now see a visual representation of devices connected to an access point to assist with troubleshooting.

This visualisation allows you to see what your connectivity looks like across your plant or site, how connections are persisting over time and if any areas are dropping off. 

How does it work?

To access the Network Map, click on the 'Map' button along the top of the FitMachine Dashboard. 

On this map, you'll now see gateway map points and 'recent connection' line indicators. 

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Gateway map points are displayed as purple pins on your map and are calculated based on the signal strength provided to the FitMachine sensors and their locations on the map.

Recent connection line indicators highlight when a device was last connected to a specific gateway. These are the purple lines across your map. The time-frame across which the connections are shown can be filtered using the network filter along the top of the map. You can filter to show connections over the last 30 days, 7 days, 1 day or none. 

What's more, if you're looking at the detail of a gateway or device, you can switch the focus between connected devices/gateways. This is done by clicking the grey location pin next to the connected access point or device you would like to see. See images below for reference:

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What else should I be looking at?


Thanks for reading. As always, if you have any questions or concerns please reach out to MOVUS Support here.