Release Date: November 24, 2017
- Distance values in the travel time report are calculated based on information received from the Google maps API. The default distance calculation used in the travel time report is the fastest route. Now, you can configure your travel time report to use the shortest route if that is preferred.
- When you click a map pin on the Travel Time tab to select it as the starting location for your travel time study, the map pin turns green and is indicated with a “1”. When the endpoint is selected, that map pin also turns green and is indicated with a “2”. Additional endpoints that are selected are similarly indicated in a numerical sequence.
- The travel time report uses a calculated speed value, not a detected speed value. Terminology is updated to more clearly reflect this; “speed” is now reported as “space mean speed”.
- You can now adjust the video playback speed from the studies view.
- Performance improvements to the Traffic Data page search tools and filters.
- DLK-5063 – Travel time reports with a large number of locations report an actual distance value, not an “n/a” value.
- DLK-4763 – The heavy vehicle percentage shown on the study view no longer includes bicycles. The formula for the heavy vehicle percentage is: total heavy vehicles / total motorized vehicles.
- DLK-5380 – The Scout Connect Heartbeat alerts “Not enough battery for current / future recording” now also account for Power Pack battery-life remaining – learn more.
- DLK-3556 – when you select the 1 hour bin size for a study whose start time is on the half hour, the start time appears to be a half hour earlier on the study view Reports tab. Other bin sizes display the correct start time.
Release Date: November 1, 2017
- Miovision is excited to unveil our new brand! As part of the new brand, product names have changed – more details.
- If Scout detects black video, Scout Connect sends an email alert with the next Heartbeat, and DataLink displays an alert on the Devices tab.
- DLK-4700 – Scouts with Connect on the Matooma cellular network in Europe receive timezone offsets from DataLink based on the Scout’s GPS location. Previously, the timezone offset had to be set manually.
Release Date: October 25, 2017
- Travel Time reports have successfully completed beta! Thank you for your feedback!
- CEN-4907 – Previously, the 85th and 95th percentile speeds in the Travel Time report were incorrectly reported as speeds calculated from the 85th and 95th percentile travel times. Now, the 85th and 95th percentile speeds are determined using the calculated speed for each detected travel time.
- CEN-3735 – When the data collector confirms data collection dates, an event is logged in the Comments & Activity section of the data request.
Release Date: October 6, 2017
- Billing details for Travel Time reports are shown on the Travel Time tab when generating a report.
Release Date: Sept 26, 2017
- CEN-4002 – when you complete a Traffic Data search with the Search when I move the map setting enabled, navigate away from that page, and return by clicking the browser’s ‘Back’ button, the results of the last map zoom level you set are preserved.
Release Date: Sept 12, 2017
- CEN-4260 – 85th and 95th percentile speeds indicated in Travel Time reporting are the speeds at the 85th and 95th percentile Travel Time
- CEN-4494 – the travel time duration indicated on the Travel Time tab Reports listing is the actual duration recorded, not the sum of hours recorded at individual locations
- CEN-4292 – stopping a recording in DataLink successfully stops the recording on Scout
- CEN-4244 – when all vehicle classes are filtered out of the Traffic Counts visualization, the Intersection Volumes visualization automatically displays the Crosswalks view
- CEN-4261 – Sharing with the same contact multiple times will not result in duplicate records in the email notification that is sent when data is shared, or in duplicate email addresses listed on the share modal
- CEN-3834 – when multiple Scouts are deployed at the same location and are enabled to capture MAC address signatures the raw MAC address files of all units are merged to a single file used to generate Travel Time reports, and appear as a single pin on the Travel Time tab
- CEN-2328 – when all video hours are downloaded to a .zip file from the study view an ‘invalid folder’ Windows error message will display and block you from extracting the video files
Release Date: July 31, 2017
- The report includes Reliability Indices – Planning Time, Travel Time and Buffer Time
- The OD Matrix includes an interactive summary of key variables
- The PDF Summary includes a high level overview of key variables
- You can Download all Travel Time resources to a .zip format
- Travel time charts are available in bar or point format
- You can Configure the Travel Time report bin sizes and nodes
- You can View estimated capture and match rates
- You can Share Travel Time data
- The Excel output includes weather statistics for the start and end of the study
- Travel Time data is reported in minutes instead of seconds
- Scout battery capacity estimates shown on the Devices tab are based on the latest capacity test results
- Intersection / Movement Volumes visualization includes Crosswalk volumes
- Custom peaks are reflected in the downloadable Excel and PDF report formats
- Heartbeat frequency during recording is every hour instead of every half hour
- CEN-3655 – when a data request is copied, the location count is reported correctly. Previously, it was doubled
- CEN-3841 – very large Travel Time reports can be generated
- CEN-3838 – when a study is cancelled in TDO, the status is updated in DataLink to “Cancelled”
- CEN-3212 – when you apply class filters, a custom time selected on the Traffic Counts chart persists