Note: If you also have Fleet Admin, you'll need to select Geo from the dropdown list at the top of the page to view the Geo dashboard.

Your Fleet at a Glance

This area provides an overview of the total number of active vehicles, active users, custom locations and groups in your fleet.

Active vehicles have a Vimcar device installed and have not been archived.

Active users have responded to the account activation email.

Click on the arrow at the bottom right of a box to open the overview page, for example, for vehicles to open the vehicle overview.

Fleet Insights

This area provides information about the activity of the entire fleet and of vehicles and drivers with the highest and lowest driving activity.

Select the time period for which you want to view the information. You can view a maximum of 31 days.

What exactly is idling?

Among other things, you can view the idling times of your vehicles and drivers.

Idling is when the engine is running, but the vehicle is not moving. Leaving the engine running unnecessarily wastes fuel, damages the environment and risks theft of the vehicle.

Idling events are recorded by the Vimcar device (dongle or box) by means of a motion detector. Idling begins when the engine is running, but the device has not registered a vehicle movement for more than 3 minutes. Idling ends as soon as the vehicle moves for more than 5 seconds.

Fleet Activity

Shows for the entire fleet:

  • the number of active vehicles, that is, vehicles that made trips within the selected time period

  • the total driving time, number of trips and miles driven

  • the total idling time (vehicle stationary with the engine running) and the number of idling events

  • the total parking time (vehicle stationary with the engine switched off)

Click on Development to view line charts showing the development of the driving, idling or parking time during the selected time period. Position your mouse pointer over the line to display the details for each day.

Vehicle Activity

Shows the vehicle that drove the longest distance during the selected time period and the following information for that vehicle:

  • the total driving time, number of trips and the distance driven

  • the idling time (vehicle stationary with the engine running) and the number of idling events

  • the parking time (vehicle stationary with the engine switched off)

Click on Lowest to view the same information for the vehicle that drove the shortest distance.

If two (or more) vehicles have:

  • the same distance, the one with higher/lower driving time is displayed

  • the same distance and the same driving time, the one with the higher/lower number of total trips is displayed

  • the same distance, the same driving time and the same number of trips, a counter of how many vehicles have these criteria is displayed. You can view details of these vehicles in the Detailed Fleet Activity list.

Driver Activity

Shows the same information as the Vehicle activity area, but for drivers instead of vehicles.

Note: Driver activity is only available if your drivers carry beacons. Beacons are currently not available for the UK.

Detailed Fleet Activity

Shows the following information about the activity of individual vehicles and drivers (depending on your selection at the top right of the table):

  • For vehicles, make, model and license plate number, and for drivers, the name.

  • Total number of trips

  • Total distance driven

  • Total parking and driving time

  • Total idling time and number of idling events

Note: Driver activity is only available if your drivers carry beacons. Beacons are currently not available for the UK.

Click on a column heading to sort the list and on the search icon to search for a specific vehicle or driver.

Click on the arrow at the end of the row to view the development line chart for the vehicle or driver.

Position your mouse pointer over a point in the line to view the details for individual days.

Custom Locations Analysis

Shows the name and address of each custom location visited, the number of visiting vehicles and trips, and the total time spent at the location during the selected time period.

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