The IVMS platform automatically records data from unregistered or unknown drivers and their trips into a group called “Unregistered”. This is to ensure that data from these trips also are automatically added to the platform.
A driver is classified as unregistered if they use their Dallas Key (“iButton” form factor) when operating a vehicle, but no driver profile has been created on the IVMS platform for that specific driver. Each driver will be added to the “Unregistered” group as an unregistered driver, followed by their Dallas ID, e.g. Unregistered Driver 00001A2B3C00.
It is possible to create a driver profile for an unregistered driver. The previous collected data from that Dallas Key will then be moved over to the new driver profile. Read more about how to add a new driver profile here, and how to edit a driver profile here.
A driver who does not identify themselves with a Dallas Key before operating a vehicle, will be classified as an unknown driver. All data regarding unknown drivers are registered under the profile Unregistered Driver 000000000000.
Having too much data from unknown drivers reduces accountability, as this data is not used to calculate DriveSafe scores, or for Trip analysis.
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