GenWatch3 2.16.16

This GenWatch3® update is available at no charge for customers who are up-to-date on their maintenance and support agreement. For support questions or to check the current status of your support and maintenance agreement, please contact Support.

Before installing on an ATIA-based system, the database will need to be updated. Genesis Support personnel will provide this service for customers who are up-to-date on their maintenance and support agreement. If applicable, please contact Support to schedule the update.

New Features

  • Trio users can email invoices to customers.
  • Database Sync is available for SNMP data.
  • New SNMP Report:  UEM Channel Availability

Improvements and Fixes

  • Affiliation module search returns more than 100 resources.
  • KPI module displays time in seconds instead of milliseconds.
  • KPI import functionality has been improved.
  • iVista users can share custom layers.
  • iVista Emergency Alarm list sort by most recent event.
  • iVista map layers have been improved.
  • Map widgets have a better look and feel.
  • The iVista installer is more user-friendly.
  • The iVista widget expand button stays visible.
  • An iVista map issue preventing SNMP alarms from clearing was addressed.

GenWatch3 2.16.15

New Features

  • GenWatch3 tracks the TDMA/FDMA capability of subscribers.
  • GenWatch3 can communicate with redundant IMWs.
  • iVista users can send location commands to multiple subscribers.
  • iVista users can configure default location reporting settings for individual agencies.
  • iVista can automatically change the location reporting interval of a subscriber unit while in emergency mode.
  • The GET SNMP product can retrieve system architecture from GenWatch3.
  • The UEM Site Availability report has additional columns:
    • Site Alias
    • Failsoft Events
    • Site Trunking Events

Improvements and Fixes

  • SNMP Reports for ASTRO systems return data faster.
  • GenWatch3 processes data from the ASTRO provisioning interface more efficiently.
  • The System Summary module no longer considers data revert channels in site utilization statistics.
  • GenWatch3 Grade of Service reports accept more granular “unacceptable busy time” parameters.
  • The GenWatch3 Channel module properly displays Reserved Access Data activity for ASTRO systems.
  • The GenWatch3 Channel module properly shows transcoded calls for ASTRO systems.
  • The GenWatch3 Location module connection accurately shows its connection state.
  • iVista users can quickly cancel temporary subscriber location reporting changes.

GenWatch3 v.2.16.10

New Features

  • Genesis software is now compatible with ASTRO IMW v 5.2.2.
  • GenWatch3 OTA and GW3-TRBO have two new reports available:
    • "Radios With Zero Usage"
    • "Radio Last Activity"
  • The "Subscriber Activity by ID" and "Subscriber Activity by ID with Location" reports have been consolidated and renamed to "Subscriber Activity Details".
  • IMW Location data has been added to the following reports:
    • "Subscriber Activity Details"
    • "Events by Type"
    • "Emergencies by Talkgroup"
  • iVista users can send IMW radio commands directly from the map page.
  • IMW device type information has been added to the "Alias Information" report.
  • The iVista map displays registration and affiliation information for active subscribers.

Improvements and Fixes

  • The GenWatch3 SNMP MIB import process has been improved. 
  • The default community string for SNMP products has been changed.
  • An RFSS column has been added to the "Site Registrations Over Time" report.
  • A new submenu has been created for the iVista "Location Breadcrumb" report.

GenWatch3 v.2.16.8

New Features

  • Genesis products are now compatible with ASTRO version 2019.1.
  • The GenWatch3 activity window can now be cleared.
  • GenIIB clients can now receive status messages.
  • ASTRO customers have three new reports available:
    • “Talkgroup Affiliations Over Time”
    • “Site Registrations Over Time”
    • “PTTS by Talkgroup by Site”
    • “PTT Usage by Subscriber and Site”
  • Genesis has removed obsolete reports from the product.
  • iVista subscriber layers now animate and track units in emergency mode.
  • Users have a workflow to process emergency alarms on the iVista map.
  • The iVista map now has an emergency alarm timeout option available. 
  • iVista users can blacklist subscribers from displaying on the map page.
  • Users can create talkgroup-based subscriber layers on the iVista map page.
  • Users can now filter subscriber layers by site and talkgroup information.

Improvements and Fixes

  • The GenWatch product batches database updates more intelligently. 
  • The database connection drivers have been updated to the latest version.
  • Users can share map layers with specific users or agencies.
  • iVista map users  now have new user security options.
  • Several cosmetic improvements have been made to reports.
  • Site alias changes in the GenWatch Alias module propagate through all products.

GenWatch3 v.2.16.4

New Features

  • Genesis products are now 64-bit applications
  • Genesis products now support SQL Server 2017
  • Genesis products now support Windows Server 2019
  • GenWatch3 now supports redundant RF modems for control channel monitoring
  • GenWatch3 can now interface with MCC7500 console to send call alerts
  • Trio now supports 4-digit rounding for currency
  • Trio now includes a taxable option in the Charges menu

Improvements and Fixes

  • GenWatch3 now has global timeout for subscriber affiliations
  • GenWatch3 Alias module now batches update based upon time instead of number of events
  • The ring events of a private call are no longer considered in air time calculations
  • iVista map tile server port is now configurable
  • iVista tile server no longer replaces map tiles upon upgrade
  • Improvements to site statistic widgets on the iVista map
  • Improvements to the communication between GenWatch3 and iVista
  • Improvements to the Agency Management page in iVista
  • The GET SNMP Master Agent properly considers community when responding to poll requests