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0311355 Issue : January 2002 5-8 Operating Instructions 5-1-8 SENDING A MESSAGE TO A VEHICLE See The Message setup window. 0311355 Issue : January 2002 5-9 Operating instructions 5-2 The Vehicle Log setup window The position of each tracked vehicle is logged into a daily file (unless you disabled this function when you installed the system with the INSTALL utility), with the julian day number as file identification. Selecting VEHICLE then LOG from the SETUP menu opens a dialog box that lets you select a daily log file and a vehicle and plot its trackline on the map in the graphic pane.

5-1-6 REQUESTING A VEHICLE TO MOVE You can request a vehicle to move to another point by simply dragging and dropping the vehicle's identification number on the map in the POSITIONING main window: With the mouse pointer resting on the desired vehicle number, press the CONTROL key then press the mouse centre button and hold them down. Move the mouse pointer arrow to the desired location on the map. Release the button and key. As a result: - On the vehicle: a waypoint is input to the vehicle's radiopositioning receiver (via the MRU) and printed out.

NOTE: You cannot drag and drop a vehicle number if an alarm is set on this vehicle. You must reset the alarm first. 5-1-7 PLAYING BACK A VEHICLE'S TRACKLINE See The Vehicle Log setup window. 0311355 Issue : January 2002 5-8 Operating Instructions 5-1-8 SENDING A MESSAGE TO A VEHICLE See The Message setup window. 0311355 Issue : January 2002 5-9 Operating instructions 5-2 The Vehicle Log setup window The position of each tracked vehicle is logged into a daily file (unless you disabled this function when you installed the system with the INSTALL utility), with the julian day number as file identification.

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