This feature was added in vintrace Version 6.2.1
The vintrace Tank Map is a visual tool that gives you the ability to map vessels in your winery from a bird’s-eye view. You can then see a detailed status and record operations directly to those tanks.
The tank map allows you to configure a grid layout of any size and gives you the flexibility to show status information relevant to you.
You can also configure multiple tank map views for the same tanks to show different status information at different times during the year/season.
Watch a video tutorial on YouTube
Creating a tank map
To create your map click the Tank Map icon from the Quick Launch Menu.
Enter the name you want to give your tank map, the number tanks you want to see horizontally and vertically, and select the starting zoom level of your tank map. In Multi-winery mode you will also need to select the winery that this tank map view is for.
Select the details you want to see for each tank in the tank map by dragging and dropping from Available column into the Selected column or you can select the detail in Available column and click on the right arrow button to move it to the Selected column. This information will be displayed in your tank card (a visual representation of your tank in the tank map).
In the example below, we have added Program details to the Selected column.
Tip: You can change the order of the details in the Selected column by dragging it up or down and you can remove the details from Selected column by dragging it back to Available column.
You can also show metrics in the tank cards by selecting which metrics you want to see. In the example below, we have selected Alcohol and Free SO2.
You can configure multiple tank map views for the same tanks to show different status information at different times during the year/season by creating another tank map (repeat previous steps), select the same tanks, and then selecting different details and metrics for that tank map. For example if you want a tank map view for fermentation, you select the same tanks, and then select Brix and Temp in the metrics. Selecting of tanks will be done in the the next step.
Then click on the Next button.
This will take you to the Map tab. Here you can add the tanks you want to layout into the tank map. You can add tanks by entering the name in the Equipment field.
Alternatively, you can click on the From search button to bring up the vessel search.
In the example below, we have clicked on All button to select all tanks in the vessel search results. Then click on Use button to add them to the tank card deck
The tanks have been added to the tank card deck.
Next, click on the tank card and then drag and drop it to the tile where you want to place it.
Repeat this process for each tank you wish to map.
Note: You can remove the tank card from the map by dragging and dropping them back to the tank card deck on the left hand side.
Click on Save button to save the tank map.
You will then see your tank map on the screen.
When viewing tanks, you can move your maps around by dragging your mouse. You can also zoom in/out with your mouse wheel or the options in the bottom right.
2 – The View by options allows you to view by tank maps (bird’s-eye views), saved searches or tanks based on search results.
3 – The Highlight by options allows you to highlight the currently visible tanks on your map based on them matching a saved search or search results.
4 – Selecting the dates in Show job details between will show the jobs that are scheduled on your tanks between these dates.
9 – Clicking on the zoom in button on the lower right corner zooms in on the tank map, clicking on the zoom out button zooms out your tank map view, and clicking on Reset button resets the tank map view to the default zoom level.
Tank card actions
As well as showing a summary of what’s in each tank, a tank card also contains a number of ‘hot spots’ that allow you to interact with them. The batch code, job count, and menu can all be clicked for more options.
Clicking on either the status icon, product category icon, or batch code will bring up the Product Overview.
Clicking on the job count will bring up the job details table for that tank and you will have the option to edit task details, edit the work order (cellar note), delete the job, print work order (cellar notes), or complete the job.
Clicking on the menu icon will bring up the different actions you can do on the tank (e.g. editing the tank details, viewing the tank in job calendar, recording operations against the tank, etc.).
Editing a tank map
This will bring you to the update tank map screen and here you can change the details of your tank map.
View by options
Please click here for more details on the different View by options for tank map.
Highlight by options
Please click here for more details on the different Highlight by options for tank map.