The Refueling Report utilises the refueling data you have entered for your vehicles to calculate your average L/100km. This report can be used to identify if multiple vehicles are being refueled with your company fuel card or to simply monitor average fuel consumption trends.
In calculating the fuel consumption, it is assumed that the tank is filled completely on each refuel.
Adding a refueling record
To enter a refueling record, fill the information in below and click
Editing a refuel record
Edit a refuel record by clicking the text boxes and entering the information. To save, click back out of the box, which will then flash green to let you know the update has been successful.
Deleting a record
To delete a record, click the bin icon
on the far right.
The Maintenance report checks your vehicle odometers and reports on vehicles that are approaching or have exceeded their periodic maintenance window. The report will show your vehicles that are within 20% of their next service interval or have passed their service interval by 10%.
To add a device-specific maintenance alert based on date, odometer or engine hour-meter, see setting-up-an-alert
The Heatmap report allows you to see which areas your vehicles/devices most often frequent. The report inspects the recorded datapoints from your devices and sorts them into grid blocks across the map. The grid blocks are ordered from those with the most activity to those with the least.
You can change the size of the grid block in the report
. Grids with fewer than 10 recorded datapoints within are filtered out to limit the result set from being too large.
The Inputs report shows the duration that external devices connected to your tracker have been active. The input channels are active when a voltage of greater than 9 Volts is present on the corresponding input wire from your tracker. This is useful for recording the usage of external devices like fuel pumps, lights, alarms and similar.
The Utilisation report inspects the duration of events generated by your vehicles and classifies them based on whether or not they meet your benchmark duration criteria.
This can be very useful for monitoring events such as a tow truck's tilt tray operating time (via an input) or engine on/off times for machinery.
If you need to ensure your drivers meet a certain benchmark simply set your report's options and you can see how frequently your drivers are hitting the mark!
The first graph shows:
- The benchmark time given to your devices. 300 seconds (5 minutes) in the above example.
- The average time used. The blue column.
- The percentage of uses that have passed the benchmark, red if less than 50% and green if above. For TMR White, approximately 30 % of its uses have passed the benchmark.
Fleet Utilisation chart
The Fleet Utilisation chart shows the total percentage of device usage events across the supplied vehicles/devices that have met the benchmark. In the above example, approximately 40% of the events have passed the benchmark.
The events table shows the individual device usage events that have occurred, highlighting the row green if it has passed and red if not.
The Driver History report allows you to see which drivers have been driving your vehicles and for how long. Logins that occurred during the chosen time period and existing logged-in drivers are shown. Drivers can be logged into a vehicle via the Drivers or Vehicles tab in the TMR mobile tracking app or when a Driver ID Keyfob
is used in the vehicle.
The Alert History report shows you all the alerts that have been raised for your account and the extended data associated with the alert such as who was driving the vehicle and the journey the vehicle was on when the alert occurred if applicable.
Tracker Self Check
Check the status of your Track My Ride hardware devices. This self-check looks for common issues that can be caused by incorrect installation, low power, power supply interruptions, lack of GPS signal and other common faults that can reduce the accuracy and functionality of your Track My Ride system. If a fault is found a summary and potential resolution will be shown in the status notes, accessible by clicking the button the status button.
Reports can be scheduled to be sent to your email automatically. To schedule a report see Scheduled Reports
To see the currently active scheduled reports, run Scheduled Reports.
To delete a scheduled report, click the
icon on the right of the row.