What's new in ArcGIS Tracking Analyst 10
What's new in ArcGIS Tracking Analyst 10

Service actions

E-mail alert service action

The new e-mail alert service action allows you to automatically send a customizable e-mail message to selected recipients when the trigger conditions of the action are met.

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Data modification service action

The new data modification service action allows you to modify data values in an incoming data message using custom functions when the trigger conditions of the action are met.

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Data summary service action

The new data summary service action allows you to automatically generate data summary reports for your real-time tracking data at a configurable time interval.

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Triggers

Arriving trigger

This trigger allows you to execute an action when a tracked object arrives at a location represented by a polygon.

Diagram showing a highlight action using the Arriving location trigger for point tracking data

Learn more about the arriving trigger

Departing trigger

This trigger allows you to execute an action when a tracked object departs from a location represented by a polygon.

Diagram showing a highlight action using the Departing location trigger for point tracking data

Learn more about the departing trigger

Track Crosses trigger

This trigger allows you to execute an action when a tracked object arrives at, departs from, or appears to cross a location represented by a polygon.

Diagram showing a highlight action using the Track Crosses location trigger for point tracking data

Learn more about the Track Crosses trigger

Tracking layers

New storage policy for tracking layers

Tracking Analyst has a new storage policy for tracking layers at version 10. Traditionally, data from tracking layers has been stored in memory (cached) by Tracking Analyst. The new storage policy allows tracking layers to be stored on disk (noncached). This allows Tracking Analyst to handle large datasets that are too large to be cached.

Tracking layers in ArcGIS Server

Map documents containing tracking layers can now be published to ArcGIS Server.

Integration with new ArcGIS time framework

New functionality is added to ArcGIS Desktop to support the concept of time for an entire map. The Tracking Analyst functionality will continue to exist independently of this new concept as it has in the past. However, if you choose to utilize the new ArcGIS time framework to control the time in your map document, your tracking layers will still update properly.

Source: http://help.arcgis.com