Zubie has a unique view in the Live Map called Clustering. It is an easy-on-the-eyes way of graphically displaying a cluster of vehicles in a certain area of the map. This is especially helpful for larger fleets that may be dispersed across a wider region. If you want to zoom in on a particular cluster, all you have to do is click on the cluster, or use the Zoom controls on the app to hone in on particular regions of clusters. As you zoom in, the cluster graphics will dynamically adjust to show more clusters or individual vehicles depending on how deep you go.
What does the Cluster graphic tell you?
The cluster graphic tells you how many vehicles are inside of that cluster, as well as a color shade view of driving, parked, and stale vehicles.
Green = indicates vehicles that are driving at that point in time.
Blue = indicates vehicles that are parked with their engines turned off.
Grey = indicates vehicles that are considered stale and haven’t taken a trip in over 24 hours.
Turning Off Vehicle Clustering
You do have the option to turn off Clustering if you’d like. Simply click on the Layers button
on the bottom right-hand corner of the app screen and uncheck Vehicle Clustering.