This page contains a list of all report tables by topics. Tables are the primary way to display data in reports. Each table type has its own separate set of columns and parameters.
Reports on units are available in the module Basic reports, reports on a group of units and other objects can be found in the Advanced Reports module.
These reports can help you to control the movement of a unit, see all its trips, stops, parkings. You can attach a map with tracks and markers to such reports.
Trips (for units and unit groups)
Trips (for drivers and driver groups)
Trips between geofences
Geofences are areas marked on the map. Using these reports, you can track which geofences the unit has visited or left, how long it has been there, and more.
Sensors, counters, parameters in messages
These reports allow you to track traffic, mileage, engine hours, analyze parameter values from unit messages.
- GPRS traffic
- Counter sensors
- Engine hours
- Latest data
- Sensor tracing
- Message tracing
- Digital sensors
Eco Driving, driver's work mode
Reports in this category contain data on the driver's compliance with work and rest standards and on his potentially dangerous driving style: sudden braking and acceleration, speeding, etc.
- Eco Driving (for units and unit groups)
- Eco Driving (for drivers and driver groups)
- Driver activity
- Work mode violation
Communication with the unit and the driver, commands
All messages, commands, photos and video files sent can be displayed in a table. You can also know when the connection with the unit has been lost.
- SMS (for units and unit groups)
- SMS (for resources)
- SMS (for drivers)
- Chat history
- Sent commands
- Connection problems
Assigning drivers, trailers, passengers
Using these reports, it is possible to control the shifts of drivers, the assignment of trailers or other equipment to the unit, the entry and exit of passengers from the vehicle.
- Assignments (for drivers and driver groups)
- Assignments (for trailers and trailer groups)
- Assignments (for passengers and passenger groups)
User actions in the system and data entered by the user
In the reports, you can see which user made changes to macro-objects in the system: units, unit groups, resources, etc., and what kind of changes these were. You can also build a report with data entered manually by the user: unit profile, custom fields.
- Account hierarchy
- SMS (for resources)
- Custom fields (for units and unit groups)
- Custom fields (for drivers and driver groups)
- Custom fields (for trailers and trailer groups)
- Unit profile
Using these tables, you can control the maintenance schedule of vehicles or equipment and get data on their operation cost.
- Upcoming maintenance
- Utilization cost
These tables show unit message data for the interval and events recorded manually in the unit history or via notifications and tasks.