Vehicles Off-Site

Vehicle off-site definition

For a vehicle to be considered 'Off-Site' it's latest event must be at a different place from the overnight location.

Dashboard Component

This component is a speedo type dial showing the number of vehicles that are away from their overnight location, to give you a measure of your fleet activity.

As with other components you can run this for different vehicles/groups or all vehicles using the drop down option located in the top left corner. The example above is set to 'all vehicles'.

The scale will be from zero to the number of vehicles in the selected group which in the above image is 0-28. There are 2 sectors to this graphic, above and below the number of vehicles defined as the target percentage.

Setting Target levels based on vehicles off-site

To access these options click on the 3 lined symbol located in the top right of your component. This will open out 4 options as shown in the icon below.

Select the green 'cog' icon which will extend into the below pop out panel.

Below is a brief description on the options in the above image.

  1. Alert Start Time (Default 10:00): This is the earliest time at which the alert will be displayed. This will avoid having alerts at the start of the day when all vehicles will be below target

  2. Alert End Time (Default 16:00): This is the latest time at which the alert will be displayed. This will avoid having alerts at the end of the day when all vehicles will be returning to the depot

  3. Off-Site Target: (Default 50%): Target for % of vehicles offsite during the alert period

If your alert conditions are met within the alert period, the dial will show an alert color below the target level,and a neutral color above it. The image below shows how the graphic will look when the alert conditions have been met.

Note: Clicking on any bar will list the vehicles on-site and off-site during that period, in separate lists. From here you will be able to access each vehicles live tracking and daily vehicle logs for additional trip info.

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