Logmore data loggers constantly record data. Attaching a logger to a mission helps you single out specific measurements and link this data to a certain shipment. You should start a mission once the shipment has begun and end the mission when you want to end monitoring, usually after the shipment is over.
In this article:
What is a Mission?
A Mission is an umbrella term for any kind of shipment or static unit (from an envelope to a transport container or a warehouse) that you want to monitor for a restricted period of time with one or several Logmore data loggers.
Watch a tutorial on how to create and use Missions in Logmore Cloud from your desktop.
What is a Mission template?
Mission templates enable faster mission creation and management at scale. If you send multiple shipments with the same conditions, prepare a Mission template in advance. You will select which information should be inherited from a template to a Mission created from it and which data should be included additionally.
With Mission templates you can quickly start missions with correct alert rules, automate mission name creation and utilize Custom fields of your choice.
What information is included in a Mission?
- name of the shipment (for example, the shipment's ID and destination)
- starting time
- end time
- measurement data
- alert rules to receive notifications if the conditions were unsatisfactory
- custom fields to enrich the data
- restricted or public access to the information
From which device can a Mission be started?
You need to know the logger's individual number to attach it to a shipment.
Make sure your smartphone is connected to the internet and can read QR codes. After scanning the logger and logging into your account, you will be able to create a Mission.
- Mass scan
For high-volume users, there is an option to use a laser barcode scanner attached to a laptop to start Missions.
- Logmore Scanpoint