Sightings and map


SightingsMap

1. The sightings view lets you go back in history. Use the date scrub slider to choose a date. Drag the slider further to the left or right to scrub more quickly backwards or forwards through history.

2. The sightings table shows details of those targets that were detected on the date specified by the date scrub slider. The details (time, latitude, longitude, speed, etc) reflect the last recorded data on that date.

3. The map shows the targets listed in the sightings table in their last recorded position on the specified date. Where sightings overlap on the map the cluster is replaced with an icon showing the number of targets involved.

4. Typing a search term in the search field filters the list in the sightings table and only the filtered items are shown on the map.

5.Sort the table using primary and secondary sort keys.

6. Select 'All' to show all sightings regardless of date. Thus any given target could appear more than once in the table and on the map. Filtering via the search field still works.

7. Delete the selected sighting(s). Only the sighting is deleted; the target itself, and its photos and other sightings, are not.

8. The sightings table, like the live targets table, can be used with either the map view (as shown above) or the photos view.


- Just as with live targets you can click on the red button in the table cell for a sighting or directly click on a sighting icon on the map to bring up full details of that sighting in a HUD (like the one in this screenshotexcept that historical rather than live data are shown). In the case of a cluster, the HUD lists just the names and types of the targets in the cluster. Zoom the map in further to resolve the cluster into its individual members.

AISDetective is a Wind Vector product Wind Vector Ltd 2013