Once you have created your region(s), you can then edit the regions as needed using the Region Editor page. Here you can change the region name, priority and boundary, add floor plans and overlays, set up specific indoor positioning settings and add the region to a region group.
To edit the region details click on Edit.
To change the Region Name, enter in the new name under Region Name
If the region has different Polestar NAO settings than the global settings, enter in the API key in NAO API Key.
If the region has different Aruba Meridian settings than the global settings, enter in the Meridian API key, API Token and Map ID in Meridian API Key, Meridian API Token and Meridian Map ID respectively.
If the region overlaps with another region, you can set the priority for the region under Priority
To allow for the SafeZone app to automatically check-in when a user enters the region tick the box for "Enable automatic check-ins". If it is un-checked, SafeZone app users can only check into the region by manually pressing the Check-in button.
Click on Save changes to save your changes, click on Discard Changes to discard your changes.
SafeZone/OmniGuard Region Name Options
You can configure how SafeZone and OmniGuard will display the region name to users on the app:
- Display the region name to users (default) - selecting this will display the region as per above
- Display the state or province of users location - selecting this will display the state or province of the users' location
- Display the city name of users location - selecting this will display the city name of the users' location
You can add the region to a region group by clicking on the drop-down and selecting the region group. A region can be assigned to only 1 region group.
If a region is not assigned to a region group, any alerts generated in that region will go to all OmniGuard and Command users who are signed-in.
You can also view the region group settings by clicking on the button to the right.
The Map Editor provides the ability to configure overlays and the boundaries of a region.
Overlays are drawings or images which can be placed over the top of a map, to provide more context or information on a map.
Upload Floor Plan
The Upload Floor Plan option is utilised to add an overlay for a building with multiple levels. This is enabled when indoor Bluetooth positioning is activated in the system and will be configured initially by CriticalArc engineers.
To upload a new floor plan, click on Upload Floor Plan
The file format required will be in .zip. These files can be generated from Polestar or Aruba Meridian.
Click on Choose file and select the ZIP file for uploading.
To upload the file, click on Upload File, otherwise click on Cancel and return to the Region Editor page.
To delete an existing Floor Plan, click on Delete.
Edit Overlay Image
Overlay images can be used if you would like to incorporate additional details into your region that the Google Maps image does not account for. These can include the names of buildings on campus, location of fire extinguishers, defibrillators and more.
Editing an overlay image allows you to upload an overlay image and resize or move an existing overlay.
To edit an overlay image, click on Edit Overlay Image.
The file format must be in .png format. If you have a different file type, please convert it to a .png before proceeding.
Click on Choose file and select the PNG file for uploading.
Click on Upload Image to upload the file, otherwise click on Cancel and return to the Region Editor page.
Once the image has been uploaded, you will have the option to re-size and re-position the overlay.
Transforming and Rotating the Overlay
NOTE: Overlays must be first transformed before rotating. Objects cannot be re-transformed after rotation.
Clicking on Transform at the top of the map allows you to resize and move the overlay across the map background.
To move the overlay, click and hold the mouse button to drag the overlay anywhere inside the object (away from the circles)
To resize the overlay, click and drag any of the white circles around the image.
Clicking on Rotate allows you to rotate the overlay to fit inside the region.
By dragging the blue dot in the slider bar, you can rotate the overlay
- Right to rotate clockwise;
- Left to rotate anti-clockwise (counter-clockwise)
Edit Region Boundary
Editing the region boundary uses the same steps when creating the region boundary when creating a new region.