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How to use Speeding Report

The Speeding Report displays all speeding events for all Assets in your account. The speeding events are generated by;

  1. Device – the speed reported by the device is greater than the configured Over-Speed parameter on the device (default over-speed threshold is 100 km/h)
  2. Road Speed Limit – the speed of the asset exceeds the signposted speed limit of the road (where signposted speed limit data is available)

To access the Speeding Report, follow these steps;

  • Click on Reports on the top menu
  • The Reports drop-down menu will appear
  • Select the Speeding Report from the list

  • The report will then load a table displaying the following columns;
    • Asset – Asset Label & Group
    • Vehicle – Reg no & Make of the Asset
    • Date/Time – Date/time the event was created
    • Location – Location of the speeding event
    • Speed – Speed at time of the speeding event
    • Speed Limit – Speed limit of the road that the speeding event occurred OR Over-Speed setting in the Device
    • Source – Device indicating which source has generated the speeding event

Filtering the Speed Report

  • To filter the report click on the Filters button in the Search bar to display the available filters

  • You can then filter the report by an individual or a combination of the below options; 
    • Group
    • Tag
    • Fence
    • Date Range

  • Once you have selected your filters, click the GO button to apply them to the Report    
  • If you would like to remove search filters that you have applied, you can either;
    • Click the Cross icon in the Search bar to remove all Filters
    • Click on the individual filter in the Search Bar to remove and click GO again
    • OR open the Filters menu and de-select the filters you no longer want and click GO again
  • If you would like to search for a specific Asset, type the Asset label in the search bar and click on the Go button OR hit your Enter key. You can also search by other fields by setting the search query as follows;
    • Click on the down arrow next to the spyglass in the Search bar

  • Then type the field value into the search bar and click the Go Button OR hit your Enter key
    • You can type in multiple search values and separate them with a comma when using a Search Query. An example Asset Label query might be – label01,label10,label27
      Note: no space is required between the comma and next search value
  • If you would like to remove all search filters you have applied, click the Cross icon in the Search bar OR to remove specific filters open the Search menu and de-select the filter
  • You can export or schedule a report export via the export selector next to the Search bar

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