The Analysis Panel gives you access to your driver and vehicle data in aggregated form, and allows you to ask specific questions about how often drivers have been involved in specific behaviours (compared to or ‘normalised by’ the distance or time they have driven). You can also ask distinct questions such as, which vehicles have driven the furthest?
Once a day, we take all the data for that day, for each vehicle and each driver, and calculate several metrics including total time in motion, total time idling, total distance driven and the total number of each event type.
The following steps shows how to create an analysis report:
- Navigate to Analysis on the Panel Selector (menu) located on the left hand-side of the page.
- Choose whether to create a report for your vehicles or your drivers.
- It is possible to create a report for a specific group. If you want to only create an analysis report for a specific group, then choose the wanted group from the drop down menu next to the vehicle/driver selector.
- Select event types you wish to add in the analysis.
- Click Update.
If there is a specific element of the search result table that interests you, such as the driver or vehicle, or the total number of alerts, then you can select the contents of the corresponding ‘cell’ in the table, and you will be able to drill down on that data, either via the profile page of the vehicle/driver, or by the Maps Panel.
You can search through the report by typing into the search toolbar located at the top right corner.
It is possible to subscribe to the created report. Click Subscribe to this report under the search filters on the left hand side after an analysis report has been generated.
Fill out subscription name, email recipients and the time interval of the report to be sent out (daily, weekly or monthly). Confirm by clicking Create new subscription.
You can also export the generated report by scrolling all the way down on the page, and choose the format you want (PDF, XLS or CSV).
Below is an example of the analysis report exported as a PDF document: