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Exact Fuel 3.0.50 Release Notes

HERE Maps Implementation

With this release of the Exact Fuel 3.0.50, Omnitracs will begin using mapping services provided by the HERE Maps for Geoservices.

Only the source of the map is changing; the maps themselves will function much as they now. You might notice some differences in the layout of the map controls, such as the placement of the zoom in and zoom out buttons, view selection labels, and with few additional features but they are minor and intuitive to use.

The below section highlights the differences in the user interface between Efuel previous and current screens of the application.

Map Changes 

Road View – Bing Map

Road View - Bing.png

Road View - HERE Map

Road View - HERE.png

Highlight: "Choose view" icon in the right bottom corner displaying 4 options - Road, Satellite, Traffic Flow and Traffic incidents, by default Road view option will get highlighted

Satellite View - Bing Map

Satellite View - Bing.png

Satellite View – HERE Map

Satelit View - HERE.png

Highlight: Satellite View of the location highlighting satellite option in the Menu

Marker View - HERE Map

Marker VIew - HERE.png

Highlight: Green bubble on the Map UI showing Incident Location Lat/Long details of the Map in the tooltip

Traffic Flow in Road View - HERE Map

Traffic Flow Road View - HERE.png

Highlight : Road view showing Traffic Flow and Option in the menu highlighted

Traffic Incidents in Road View - HERE Map

Traffic Incidents Road View - HERE.png

Highlight: Road View showing Traffic Incidents and Option in the menu highlighted

Traffic Incidents in Satellite View - HERE Map

Trffic Incidents Satellite View - HERE.png

Highlight: Satellite view showing Traffic Incidents on the road and Option in the menu highlighted

Traffic Flow in Satellite View - HERE Map

Traffic Flow Satellite View -HERE.png

Highlight: Satellite view showing Traffic Flow and Option in the menu highlighted

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