ZON MAX provides a set of OPEX saving dashboards intended to provide a graphical overlay of key aspects of the fleet's status. This includes information on the fleet's costs, expenses and asset behavior, all in an easy to view display.  

 

Introduction to ZON MAX Dashboards:

 

ZON MAX provides a set of OPEX saving dashboards intended to provide a graphical overlay of key aspects of the fleet's status. This includes information on the fleet's costs, expenses and asset behavior, all in an easy to view display.  

The dashboards can be opened by clicking on the Dashboards tab in the top navigation.

 

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The Dashboards tab contains 5 dashboards; 

  1. 1. Fleet Behavior - Drivers Dashboard - Provides information on the driver's performance within the fleet.
  2. 2. Fleet Behavior - Vehicles Dashboards - Provides information on the vehicle's performance within the fleet.
  3. 3. Fuel Dashboard - Provides information on the fuel costs, consumption and drops.
  4. 4. Operational Dashboard - Provides information for the purpose of fleet management. This includes the overall distance covered and productivity of the fleet.
  5. 5. Vehicle Behavior Dashboard - Provides information on the performance of a single asset.

 

 

Dashboard Toolbar:

The dashboard toolbar works identically for all dashboards and allows the user to select the desired dashboard, timeframe, and display type. The toolbar appears at the top of each dashboard and displays the following settings:

 

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1.  Name of Organization/Fleet/Group/Unit as selected in the navigation pane. To move between assets, select a different asset from the navigation pane.

2. Dashboard type – Select out of 4 dashboards.

3. Date selector - Select the start and end dates for the dashboard. Selected Start date may be up to 48 days from the current date.

4. Display Mode – Users may view the information in a graphical view (default) or raw data tables (refer to section 6.3 for more details on raw data tables).

 

Each selected dashboard will open a unit selector window following the execution displaying all the units in the selected group or fleet.

 

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By default, all units under the selected group or fleet will appear. Users can filter units or select a single unit from the list by checking or unchecking the checkbox next to the name of the unit. Reports have to be executed once again to review the results following the filtering.

 

 

General Dashboards:

 

General dashboards provide data about all the selected units in the organization regardless of their market. All organizations including Fleet, Telecom, Generators, or Battery can find relevant and useful data in each of the dashboards.

General dashboards will appear at the top of the dashboards dropdown and will be indicated with the following icon:

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General dashboards include the following:

 

Events Dashboard

he events dashboard provides an overview of all the events triggered by the selected units. The dashboard displays the distribution of the events over time and per unit to help detect and identify common issues with specific units or trends which can display a larger picture of the organization’s performance.

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Number of Events

The dashboard will display the total number of events triggered by the units as well as the number of units displayed in the dashboard. Please note, inactive units or units which did not trigger events will not appear in the dashboard.

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Events Occurrence

Amount of events detected over time. The graph displays a trendline indicating the number of events triggered by all selected units. The graph is intended to detect trends of event occurrence over short periods of time or during certain days of the week or month.

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Event Distribution

Displays the distribution of the top 10 events. How many times were they triggered over the time period selected? The remaining events will be gathered into one group called Other.

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Unit Filtering

During the analysis of the dashboard, there is a need to highlight certain units to help detect and identify the most common events triggered by the unit. This is useful to identify potential problematic assets such as a faulty generator or dangerous driving behavior. There are 2 methods which can be used to filter the unit

  1. 1. Choose the relevant asset from the 'Select asset' section. Initially, the section will include only the top-level list of fleets. Users can then drill down to the group and unit levels or perform a search for there requested assets. Users can select either single or multiple assets.

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  3. 2. No. of events by asset contains a list of units and the number of events triggered by the asset. The top of the list contains the unit with the most amount of events. This can indicate a unit that requires further investigation to identify which events were triggered and how often. To filter the events list for a specific unit, select the unit from the list. This will indicate the daily events occurrence as well as the distribution of events for the single unit selected.

 

 

 

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All filters can be removed by clicking on the Clear filter icon at the top of the graph

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Event Filtering

Users can choose to focus their analysis efforts on a specific event. This will help indicate the severity of the event both in terms of the number of times it is triggered daily and the dispersity of the event among the assets. The daily view can also help indicate how often the event is triggered on different days. I.e events are triggered only during the weekend. At the same time, the user can detect which units trigger the events more than others. The initial view of the dashboard will include all events triggered by the units selected. Users have 2 methods to filter events:

1. Choose the relevant event from the Select events filter. The Select events filter appears by default based on the event severity. Users may drill down to select one or more events to be viewed within the dashboard

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2. Filter events directly from the Events Distribution section. Click on any event from the graph to view data for the selected event only. This will display the selected event only in terms of daily occurrence and events per unit

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All filters can be removed by clicking on the Clear filter icon at the top of the graph

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Solution Availability Dashboard

Solution availability displays real time information on the connectivity status of the units. This information is vital to determine the operation aspects of the Galooli units connected to the assets and allows for troubleshooting in case of unit disconnection.

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Assets Real-Time Availability

The real-time availability pie chart provides data on which units are current connected and which are disconnected. This is the initial indication of the current operational; status of the units. 100% connectivity indicates everything is operational. In case units are recorded as disconnected, they will appear in red with the number of units indicated. In the case of Telecom sites, additional accessories will be added such as fuel sensors, AC meter, and more. Each slice will indicate the number of devices that are disconnected.

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Users can click on the disconnected units section of the pie to review more data on each of the units within the entire dashboard

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Filters can be removed by clicking the filter icon at the top of the graph

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Assets Disconnection time

After understanding the connectivity status of the units, the user can then evaluate the time period the asset was disconnected. The Disconnection time splits the asset based on disconnected time periods indicating which assets were disconnected for longer periods of time

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Users can then select the disconnected units and view the dashboard for the selected units only

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Filters can be removed by clicking the filter icon at the top of the graph

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Often times, availability can be analyzed by viewing and analyzing trends over time. This can help identify problematic days or issues which have been occurring over time. The trend lines change based on the device analyzed with information on the availability percentage for each day.

In addition to the devices available in Telecom sites, 2 special trend lines appear as follows:

 

Online - Referring to the percentage of the unit being online and passing data to the server

 

Data - Referring to the percentage of the unit collecting data without the data being passed to the server

 

While the unit can be connected to the asset, it may collect data. However, due to communication issues, the data isn't being passed to the server. The data will remain saved in the unit and will be passed as a bulk once the unit goes online and communicates to the server.

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Parameters per Asset

For each unit, users can perform a more in-depth analysis of the nature of the disconnection. This is especially useful when selecting to view only disconnected units.

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In addition to the Disconnected status, the table provides information on the disconnection time as well as the signal quality and battery power. Low signal quality can result in the failure of the unit to transmit the data collected to the server. Low battery power will not allow decreasing the unit's ability to function and connect data. This information can be useful to troubleshoot and address the issue which may be the cause of the disconnect.

 

The table can be filtered to display a single unit. In this case the entire dashboard will reflect the data for the selected unit.

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Click the filter icon at the top of the table to remove the filter

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Fleet Dashboards:

 

New Fuel Dashboard

The events dashboard provides an overview of all the events triggered by the selected units. The dashboard displays the distribution of the events over time and per unit to help detect and identify common issues with specific units or trends which can display a larger picture of the organization’s performance.

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Number of Events

The dashboard will display the number of units displayed on the dashboard. Please note, inactive units or units which did not trigger events will not appear in the dashboard.

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Fuel Metrics

The dashboard displays a list of metrics that are intended to provide summary data on the activity of all participating vehicles. This includes the overall distance traveled and the total and avg fuel consumption. This is useful to analyze the correlation between the parameters and the expected liter per km consumption based on the type of participating vehicles.

In addition to consumption, the metrics will also display the total and fuel costs based on the fuel rate configured in the Fleet Settings.

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Fuel Consumption Daily View

The daily view graph presents the daily fuel consumption compared to the distance traveled. The fuel consumption is broken down to 3 types:

  1. 1. Operational Consumption (displayed in green) - Standard fuel consumption as a result of the operation of the vehicle

  2. 2. Abnormal Consumption (displayed in red) - Consumption which is beyond the expected operational consumption. This is reflected by a large decline in fuel rate over a short period of time. This can be a result of theft, malfunction or misuse of the vehicle.

  3. 3. Idling Consumption (displayed in yellow) - Fuel consumed while the vehicle was idling

 

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The X-axis displays the date. The Y-axis displays the fuel consumption per liter (represented by the bar), as well as the distance, traveled (represented by the black line)

 

The graph demonstrates the impact of idling and abnormal consumption on the overall fuel consumption on a daily basis. By analyzing this data, fleet managers can determine the impact of non-operational fuel consumption as compared to operation consumption which is in direct relation to the distance the vehicle traveled.

 

In addition, the graph offers a daily comparison geared towards analyzing the correlation between operational consumption and the distance traveled. Comparing days with similar distance accumulation can help identify expected fuel consumption per distance compared to abnormalities which may require further investigation (utilizing a Detailed or Trips report).

 

Every day can be filtered to focus the entire dashboard on the selected date. By clicking on a single day, the entire dashboard will display the data relevant to the selected day including the metrics as well as Fuel Metrics per vehicle

 

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All filters can be removed by clicking on the Clear filter icon at the top of the graph

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Fuel Metrics per Vehicle

Each unit can be displayed in a table that indicates a breakdown of their fuel consumption. This includes operation, abnormal and idle consumption compared to the fuel rate and distance traveled. An analysis of all the parameters together can assist with indicating fuel-related issues which can potentially reduce costs. This includes the number fo refuels which can indicate improper fuel management by the driver.

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Selecting a single vehicle will filter this vehicle and display all metrics and daily consumption specifically for the selected vehicle. This can help identify the contribution of the vehicle to the overall fuel consumption and provide more details and insights into the vehicle's operational and abnormal consumption. This can then be used for educational or disciplinary activities or further investigation into any mechanical or behavior patterns which can explain trends of improper consumption.

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All filters can be removed by clicking on the Clear filter icon at the top of the graph

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Maintenance Dashboard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This dashboard displays real-time data and doesn't require a date selection.

 

The maintenance dashboards helps to track and monitor maintenance events to be conducted on the vehicle. This includes periodic maintenance and warranty reminders. Proper vehicle maintenance is key to ensuring a longer vehicle lifespan and overall health thus cutting operational costs that are related to mechanical failure. The dashboard provides an overview of all vehicles which passed their periodic maintenance and a reminder for vehicles that have yet to do so.

A prerequisite to the dashboard is to set the proper vehicle maintenance dates and/or distance and engine hours in the Maintenance tab in the unit settings. Users can enter the upcoming maintenance dates, distance or engine hours. Based on events set in the Events tab, a reminder notification will then be sent to the user.

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Missed Checkups per Vehicle

The graph indicates which checkups were not conducted on time by the vehicles. The data only displays vehicles that have the maintenance and warranty fields filled with either date, distance and engine hours. If one of these parameters have passed, and the field hasn't changed, we will consider this a miss. The graph displays the parameter as well as the number of misses checkups.

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Users can choose a single vehicle from the graph and review more data about the maintenance using the tables at the bottom of the dashboard.

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Once the unit is filtered, the user can view more specific data on the missed checkups. The tables present the registered maintenance date, distance or engine hours and the current reading.

In case of date - if the current date is passed the registered date, an X icon will appear indicating the checkup did not meet its due date. If not, a V checkmark will appear indicating there is more time for the next checkup. The dashboard displays 2 options; maintenance and warranty due date

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In case of engine hours - if the current engine hours reading is passed the registered engine hours, an X icon will appear indicating the checkup did not meet its required checkup. If not, a V checkmark will appear indicating there is more time for the next checkup

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Mileage Dashboard

Mileage dashboard places focus on the distance traveled by the vehicles split into different metrics. The dashboard can help analyze and determine the vehicles traveling patterns and detect abnormal behavior such as low or high mileage patterns or driving behavior indicative of vehicle misuse.

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Mileage Metrics

Mileage metrics can be provided for all the selected vehicles or per vehicle.

The general metrics provide information on the overall distance the vehicles traveled, avg distance per vehicle, and the number of trips conducted. Fleet managers can use this information to get a picture of the pattern of the trips of their vehicles and determine if the figures are higher or lower than expected.

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The same metrics can be viewed per vehicle. The metrics include the overall distance and avg distance as well as the number of trips which can allow for the user to calculate the avg distance per trip. Based on previous knowledge of the vehicles driving patterns, the fleet managers can deduct and estimate the efficiency levels of the vehicle’s workday.

In addition, the table offers distance per working hours. Working hours is calculated as the first time the vehicle is on until the last time the vehicle is off. The purpose of this table is to indicate the effectiveness of each vehicle for a full working day.

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Users can filter the entire dashboard per vehicle by selecting a single vehicle from the table. This will change all the parameters in the dashboard including the daily distance graph to display the data for the selected vehicle only. Simply click on the selected vehicle to perform the filtering

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Filtering by vehicle will render the Vehicle contribution to distance graph obsolete as it will display only the selected vehicle

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Vehicle Daily Distance

The graph details the distance each of the top 5 vehicles (in terms of distance) traveled daily. The graph is configured as a bar graph to help with comparing the top vehicles and understanding the difference between each vehicle's contribution to the overall daily distance. Fleet managers can then analyze each vehicle's behavior and optimize the driver’s route or enact any disciplinary measures required.

 

Extracting a Trips report can be a good companion to this type of dashboard as it can offer more details on how the total distance was calculated and what changes can be made if required.

 

Users can filter the report per day to view the entire dashboard for a single day. Simply click on the selected day in the graph. The entire dashboard will change to reflect the data relevant to the selected day.

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Vehicle Contribution to Distance

Vehicle contribution to distance traveled is a pie chart that displays the percentage of each vehicle’s mileage compared to the overall distance. The chart displays the top 5 vehicles and provides an easy overview of which vehicles traveled more than others. This, together with the daily distance graph can assist with the route and vehicle optimization and help indicate which vehicles are traveling more than others.

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Users can use the chart to filter the dashboard by a single-vehicle. This will have the same effect as filtering in the Metrics per Vehicle table. Select the pie section carrying the desired vehicle to filter.

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Filters can be removed by clicking the filter icon at the top of the pie chart

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Starter Battery Health Dashboard

 

 

 

 

 

 

Starter battery health details the current status of the car battery and warns users of potential deterioration of the battery, especially when the vehicle is not moving for long periods of time.

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Unit Status

Users can select vehicles in certain statuses. In case the vehicle is not moving for a long time, status “Off” and “Disconnected” are useful to inspect the state of the battery health and determine if the battery can be saved by igniting the vehicle or if the battery should be replaced in case there is not enough voltage to start the engine. In the case of “Moving” status, the battery should be inspected to ensure there is no issues with the current battery, it is being charged properly and there is no danger of disconnect during movement.

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Current Voltage

Pie chart details how many vehicles are in different voltage categories as follows:

Above 12v - Idea voltage state of the battery, No involvement is required

11.5v - 12v - Voltage is efficient and will not cause harm to the battery. No involvement is required, however, there should be some monitoring to ensure the voltage doesn't decrease

11.5v - 10.5v - The battery health begins deteriorating and any damage to the battery cant be repaired. Proper vehicle maintenance calls for the battery not to decrease below 10.5v and in case the voltage is between 11.5v and 10.5v, a driver should be sent to the vehicle to operate the vehicle for no less than 15 minutes. This should increase the voltage back to 12v.

Below 10.5v - Battery begins deteriorating and the vehicle may not start. Any attempt to start the vehicle at this stage should be accompanied by starter cables. The battery may need to be replaced as well.

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Users may filter the pie chart to focus on vehicles with a certain voltage level such as low voltage vehicles. This will change the entire dashboard to display data for the selected vehicles only. To filter the pie change, click on the selected slice.

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Time in Status

Displays the amount of time the vehicles were in the selected status (based on the Select status window). Vehicles in disconnected or Off status for long time periods may have major issues with the car batteries and should be inspected accordingly.

This chart can be filtered to display a selecting timeframe. To filter, click the desired time frame

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Vehicle List

Lists all the vehicles in the selected status. This includes the battery voltage, status, and time in status. This is useful to determine the state of each vehicle's battery and what course of action needs to be taken to ensure the continuing health of the battery. Special attention should be focused on Off status vehicles for long periods of time as the battery health is at risk of deteriorating or diminishing completely.

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Safety Dashboard

Safety dashboard highlights the safety risks for your vehicles and drivers based on their driver behavior. The safety dashboard can help detect and identify safety risks and help decrease them before major accidents will occur.

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Select Assets

Assets can be selected from the Select Assets. The window will appear with the top-level Organization and Fleets. Users can drill down to groups and units and select either a single or multiple assets to be displayed in the dashboards. Users can also search for assets by entering their name in the search bar.

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Safety Metrics

Galooli uses a number of Safety metrics to help determine the level of safety demonstrated by the vehicle. These metrics assist in generating an overall driving safety score to help asses how safe the vehicle and drivers are when driving. The metrics are as follows:

Accelerometer events per km - Determines in avg how many accelerometer events (acceleration, brake, turn) are triggered per km. A high amount of events indicates unsafe driving patterns

Speeding events per km - Determines in avg how many overspeeding events are triggered per km. A high amount of events indicates unsafe driving patterns

ADAS events per km - Determines in avg how many ADAS events (vehicle & pedestrian proximity, lane violation, crash) are triggered per km. A high amount of events indicates unsafe driving patterns

Percentage of overspeeding from distance - Calculates the number of overspeeding events as a percentage from the distance the vehicle traveled. A high amount of overspeeding events compared to the distance traveled indicates unsafe driving patterns

All metrics in the Safety dashboards are displayed either on avg for all vehicles

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Or in a unique table indicating the value of each metric per vehicle

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The safety metrics table offers the user the ability to filter by a specific unit. This will change the dashboard and display the daily driving score for the selected unit only.

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Filters can be removed from clicking on the remove filter icon at the top of the dashboard

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Daily Driving Score

The driving score is an aggregation of all the safety metrics into a single value which can be used to help evaluate the driver’s safety and potential for accidents. The lower the score, the higher the risk for the vehicle and driver. A daily review of the driving score can indicate a pattern of safe or unsafe behavior and help evaluate the need for educational or disciplinary measures. The graph can be viewed as an average score for all vehicles or can be used to view a single driver by selecting a unit from the Driving Safety Metrics per Vehicle table.

Users can select a single day by clicking on the relevant date in the graph. This will change the dashboard to reflect the data for the selected date only. The driving safety metrics for the vehicle will then reflect the metrics from the selected date only. This will allow users to focus on a single date for analysis purposes

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Filters can be removed from clicking on the remove filter icon at the top of the dashboard

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Speed & Accelerometer Events Dashboards

 

Events dashboard focused specifically on events related to driver safety. The dashboard highlights all the safety-related events as follows:

  • 1. Speeding

  • 2. Acceleration

  • 3. Braking

  • 4. Turns

  • 5. Accidents

All events are compared to the distance covered by the vehicle

 

 

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Metrics per vehicle

The metrics per vehicle offers a detailed view of all the driver safety event occurrences during the time period selected. The table is separated into 3 parts

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  1. Vehicle and activity - Details the type of vehicle, distance, and days of activity. This allows for correct comparison between vehicles of the same type of similar activity.

  2. Speeding - Details all speeding events recorded based on severity. This includes the percentage of overspeeding detected from the entire trip, the maximum, and avg speed detected. In order to minimize the impact of the distance traveled, we also display speeding events per 100 km with color-coding to indicate the severity.

  3. Accelerometer events - Details all accelerometer events (acceleration, brake, turn, accident). In order to minimize the impact of the distance traveled, we display the events per 100 km with color-coding to indicate the severity.

The metrics above provide a detailed and complete picture of the safety risks involved in the driving patterns of each vehicle. Analysis and review of these parameters can help with safety plans and programs devised by each organization.

Each vehicle in the table can be filtered to display all data in the dashboard for the selected vehicle. Click the desired vehicle to filter

 

 

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Users can remove the filter by selecting the icon at the top of the graph

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Daily accelerometer events per 100 Km

Graph details all the accelerometer events per day utilizing 2 parameters:

  1. 1. Bar graph indicates the distance all selected vehicles traveled per day

  2. 2. Line graph details all the events per 100 km.

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  4. Reviewing the number of events compared to the distance traveled can provide a proper indication of the level of driving safety. A large number of events compared to low distance has a higher degree of severity and a larger risk of safety-related events in case of longer trips.

    Each day in the graph can be filtered to view data specific for the date selected through the entire dashboard

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  6. Users can remove the filter by selecting the icon at the top of the graph
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  8. Daily Speeding Events per 100 Km

    Graph details all the speeding events per day utilizing 2 parameters:

    1. 1. Blue bar indicates the distance all selected vehicles traveled per day

    2. 2. Colored bars detail all the speeding events detected per 100 km. The colored bars differ according to the severity of the event with the lighter shades indicating less severe speeding and darker shades indicating speeding of high severity

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    4. Reviewing the number of events compared to the distance traveled can provide a proper indication of the level of driving safety. A large number of events compared to low distance has a higher degree of severity and a larger risk of safety-related events in case of longer trips.

      Each day in the graph can be filtered to view data specific for the date selected through the entire dashboard

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    6. Users can remove the filter by selecting the icon at the top of the graph
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Utilization & Discipline Events

 

Utilization & discipline events dashboard provides data on the operational usage of the vehicles both in terms of utilization of the engine out of the working day and amount of idling.

 
Definitions

Discipline score - Score based on the number of idling hours counted for the vehicle

 

Idling - Vehicle status indicating the engine is running, but there is no movement detected. Idling is triggered by default following 5 minutes of non-movement.

 

Utilization score - Score based on the percentage of the engine used over an entire working day.

 

Working day - Calculation of the hours from the first time the vehicle is On and the last time the vehicle is Off. Working hours do not take into account On and Off status of the vehicle during the day.

 

Engine hours - Calculates the number of hours the vehicle was on. This includes idling hours.

 

Vehicle utilization - Calculated as a percentage of engine hours from working hours as follows:

 

Vehicle utilization = (engine hours / working hours) * 100

 

Example:

The vehicle first started at 8 am in the morning. The vehicle took several trips and was last turned off at 8 pm in the evening.

Working hours = 12 hours

During this time, the vehicle’s engine was on for 6 hours

Engine hours = 6 hours

Vehicle utilization = (6/12) * 100

Vehicle utilization = 50%

 

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Vehicle Metrics

Metrics are displayed in the dashboard in 2 locations

General metrics - Displays total and avg metrics for all selected vehicles. The general metrics include the avg utilization and discipline scores which can provide an indication of the operational status of the selected units. For each score, the user can view a breakdown both in terms of overall vehicle utilization and idling hours. This section is a general indication for fleet and operation managers and can be used as a basis for further investigation

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Metrics per vehicle - Displays metrics per vehicle. The metrics include Utilization and Discipline score in addition to engine and working hours. The table displays the percentage of engine hours out of working hours and the percentage of idling hours out of engine hours. This data can assist with identifying how each vehicle is being operated and allows for fleet and operation managers to evaluate the overall productivity of their drivers.

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All vehicles in the table can be filtered to display the data in the dashboard specific for the selected vehicle. To perform the filter, click on the desired vehicle name in the table

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To remove the filter, click on the icon at the top of the table

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Daily Scores

Another graph in the dashboard will display the Discipline & Utilization scores on a daily basis. This can help identify trends in the behavior patterns of the vehicles, identify days which receive higher or lower scores than others and compare the discipline and utilization behavior overall

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Users can filter the entire dashboard by a single date for more accurate analysis of all vehicle behavior during the selected date. This will also change the data in the per vehicle metrics table. To filter by date, click on the selected date in the graph

Users may remove the filter by clicking the icon at the top of the graph

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Vehicle Behavior Dashboard