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Executive's Desktop

The Executive's Desktop is a report containing overall information on all VHs of a user regardless of the VH selected.

Click the “Add” report button and select “Executive's desktop”.

Executive's Desktop

The report data are updated once in 30 minutes.

“Objects during 72 hours” – is a quantity of the user's VH on Omnicomm Online during the last 72 hours:

  • “No data” – a number of VH on which the data are absent
  • “With draining” – a number of VH on which a draining was identified
  • “No deviations” – a number of VH on which the data were not received or a draining was not identified

“Average consumption, l/100 km” – an average consumption on all VH of the user. It is calculated with the indicators from this report by the formula: Fuel consumption/Mileage * 100

“Fuel consumption, l” – a total fuel consumption for all VH.

Predicted value is calculated as of the end of month proportionally to the current value. It is not displayed with the current consumption of less than 100 liters.

“Average operation time during a day” – an average number of hours of all VH during the day.

“Draining volume, l” – a total volume of drains for all VH.

“Mileage, km” – a total mileage for all VH of a user. The values are rounded up to the nearest whole number (1 km).

The predicted value is calculated as of the end of month proportionally to the current value. It is not displayed with the current mileage less than 1000 km.

The values for the current month are displayed after the set number days from the month beginning. The time shall be set by the web-site administrator, the default value is 7 days.

Fuel

Refueling and Draining

  1. Select one or several objects
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press button “Add report” and select “Refueling and draining”

«Refueling and Draining» report

For vehicles equipped with video recording terminals:

The video is available for viewing. Click on the icon to view the video.
Video available for order.
Video requesting in progress.

Select the information to be displayed in the report pressing the right mouse button and choosing “Report settings”:

Setting up the Refueling and Draining report

For the primary tank of the refueler, tanking and draining are displayed, for the additional tank – refueling and draining.

Exception of the events from the report is allowed for primary tank of vehicle.

In section fuel cards specify following:

“Compare with fuel cards data” — turn on to compare fuel volume filled in VH in accordance with Omnicomm Online data with fuel card data.

“Threshold difference in dates, min” — specify allowed difference in date and time of refueling between Omnicomm Online and fuel card data.

Default value is 15 min.

“Maximum difference in volumes, %” — specify allowed difference in volume of fuel filled in between Omnicomm Online and fuel card data. Default value is 3%. There is an opportunity to apply color indication and data fit. To turn on color indication, select “Select operations with color”.

With turned-off “Compare with data of fuel cards” parameter:

  • White background of line is for refueling
  • Red background is for fuel draining
  • Gray background of line is an excepted event of draining or refueling

With turned-on “Compare with data of fuel cards” parameter:

Green background of line means a volume of refueling according to Omnicomm Online data corresponds to refueling volume according to a fuel card taking in account values of parameters “Threshold difference in dates, min” and “Maximum volume difference, %”;

  • Red background is for fuel draining
  • Blue background of line means refueling has been performed without a fuel card or refueling according to Omnicomm Online does not correspond to fuel card data (considering value of “Threshold difference in dates, min” and “Maximum volume difference, %” parameters)
  • Gray background of line is an excepted event of draining or refueling

With turned-on display excepted events are displayed on grey line background with ticked “Exception”. Press button “Apply”.

In the program window the list of refueling and draining within the selected period will be displayed.

In the “Address Display Settings” section, select:

  • Display the address - turn on to display the address of the current vehicle location
  • All - turn on to display the complete vehicle address
  • Abbreviations - turn on to abbreviate address parameters (such as st., ave.)

Select the parameters to display in the address:

  • Country
  • Region
  • City/town
  • Street
  • Building
  • Zip code

The report contains the following data::

  • Volume, start and end time of refueling/draining according to Omnicomm Online data
  • Fuel capacity (main or auxiliary)
  • Event (draining or refueling)
  • Exception tick if it is required to except draining or refueling from the report. This feature is available only to user to whom appropriate rights are assigned. Press button “Apply”
  • Date/time of fuel card transaction: date and time of refueling according to the fuel card data
  • Volume of fuel card data refueling — volume of refueling according to fuel card data
  • Difference, l — difference in volume of fuel filled in between Omnicomm Online and fuel card data.

It is calculated by the formula:

Difference, l = Volume according to fuel card data - (minus) Volume according to Omnicomm Online

  • Difference, % is difference in volume of fuel filled in between Omnicomm Online and fuel card data. It is calculated by the formula:

Difference, % = (Volume according to the fuel card data - (minus) Volume according to Omnicomm Online)/(Volume according to the fuel card data)*100%

  • The address where start of draining or refueling was performed.

To cancel the exclusion, untick the box and press “Apply” button.

Upon changing of fuel parameters in VH profile and data recalculation the excepted events won't be returned.

Fuel Volume

  1. Select a vehicle
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press button “Add report” and select “Fuel volume”

In the program window a report on fuel volume in the tank of VH for the selected period of time will be displayed.

In case there are two tanks installed in the VH, report on the fuel volume will be displayed for each tank:

«Fuel volume» report

Select the information to be displayed in the legend:

The legend

  • Green line is time of ignition turn-on
  • Red line is time of ignition turn-off
  • Gray background of diagram is an engine combustion period
  • White background is a period of time during which the engine did not work
  • Pink background is a period of time during which a failure of the LLS fuel level sensors took place
  • Gray diagram is a diagram based on “raw” data
  • Black color in diagram is a diagram based on the processed data

If necessary, increase the diagram scale. Select a part of the diagram, to be increased holding the left mouse button.

To return to the original scale of the diagram refresh the report.

To display a pop-up tip with an accurate value of the fuel volume select a required spot in the diagram with a mouse pointer.

Fuel Volume (engine hours)

  1. Select a vehicle
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press button “Add report” and select “Fuel volume” (engine hours)»

In the program window the report on VH consumption during engine operation will display:

«Fuel volume (engine hours)» report

Select the information to be displayed in the legend:

The legend

The following color designations are used in the report:

  • Purple graph color - the graph is generated on raw data
  • Black graph color - the graph is generated on “smoothed” data

If necessary, increase a diagram scale. Select a part of the diagram to be increased holding the left mouse button.

Fuel Dispensing

  1. Select a refueler
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press button “Add report” and select “Fuel dispensing”

In the program window the report on fuel dispensing by fuel tanker will be displayed:

«Fuel dispensing» report

The report contains the following information:

  • Total volume of fuel dispensed for the selected period, (l)
  • Fuel dispensing start/end time, (dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm:ss)
  • Volume of dispensed fuel, (l)

Fuel Dispensing, Tanking and Draining from Tank

  1. Select a refueler
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press button “Add report” and select “Fuel dispensing, tanking and draining”

In the program window fuel tanker report will be displayed:

«Fuel dispensing, tanking and draining» report

Report is provided with a feature allowing to sort the list by operation, start and end time of operation.

The report contains the following general information:

  • Initial volume, (l) is the volume of fuel in the tank at the start of the selected period
  • Final volume, (l) is the volume of fuel in the tank at the end of select period
  • Increase of dispensing volume over tanking volume, (l) or potential draining, (l) is the difference between readings of LLS Fuel level sensor and counter is calculated by the formula:

“Difference between readings” = “Initial volume” - “Final volume” + “Volume of tanking” – “Volume of draining” - “Volume of dispensing”.

If the value “Difference between readings” is less than zero, the parameter “Excess of dispensing volume over tanking volume, l”.

If value “Difference between readings” is less than one of maximum values: “Fuel draining threshold”, “Refueling threshold”, “1% of fuel tank volume” or “20 liters”, Omnicomm Online assumes “Increase of dispensing volume over tanking volume, (l)” to be equal to zero.

If “Difference between readings” is over or equal to zero, Omnicomm Online renames the parameter and displays “Potential draining, l”.

Total dispensing volume, (l) - total volume of fuel dispensed during the period

Total tanking volume, (l) - total volume of fuel filled into the tank during the period

Total draining volume, (l) - total volume of all drains during the period

To set up report press right mouse button and select “Report settings”:

Setting up the Fuel dispensing, tanking and draining

There is a feature allowing to apply color indication of fuel draining/tanking/dispensing. To turn on color indication, select “Select operations with color”. The following color designations are used in the report:

  • White background of line means fuel tanking
  • Pink background is for fuel draining
  • Blue background of line means dispensing, draining+dispensing; tanking+dispensing; start of draining/tanking; end of draining/tanking

If it is required to display the information only for one day select “Display ‘For one day only’”.

Dispensing display can be grouped. One group of dispensing includes all dispensing which took place during a time period specified in the VH profile. The group may include only one dispense, if no dispensing took place after this one.

According to the LLS sensors readings for a group of dispensing an initial (the volume of the first dispensing in a group) and end value of fuel volume in the tank (the volume of the last dispensing in a group) are recorded.

Comparison of cumulative volume of all dispensing in a group with change of volume in the tank is performed. If values are different by a value which greater than the allowed value, an additional draining or refueling performed during dispenses are recorded:

  • Decrease of volume in the tank is greater than cumulate value of all dispensing, additional draining of fuel is recorded (e.g. performed through lid and access holes in the tank)
  • Decrease of volume in the tank is less than total volume of all dispensing, an additional tank refueling is registered (e.g. if fueling operator “twists” dispensing counter to make it correspond to paper fuel ticket and, for example, at the same time inserts fueling nozzle to the hatch of their own tank)

If it is necessary to analyze fuel movement and detect stealing and manipulations, it is recommended to group together the dispensing groups for them to be displayed in the report as one line. If it is necessary to examine all dispensing performed from fuel tanker, groups of dispensing can be ungrouped and only one dispensing will be displayed in the line, and the size of table will increase.

To switch on grouping select “Group dispensing”.

Apply settings by pressing “Save”.

This report table shows the following information:

  • “Operation“ includes operations performed with fuel in the tank:

“Tanking” is fuel filling to the tank

“Draining” is fuel draining from the tank

“Dispensing” is fuel dispensing through fuel nozzle

“Dispensing + Draining” is simultaneous operation of dispensing fuel through the fuel nozzle and its draining from the tank

“Tanking + Dispensing” is simultaneous operation of tanking of fuel into the tank and dispensing of fuel through the fuel nozzle

  • “Start” is a date and time of an operation
  • “End” is a date and time of the operation end
  • “Initial volume” is a volume of fuel in the tank at the moment of the operation start
  • “Dispensing, (l)” is a volume of dispensed fuel upon fulfillment of the “Dispensing” operation
  • or “Refueling + dispensing”
  • “Draining”, (l) is a volume of drained fuel when performing “Draining” or “Dispensing + Draining” operation
  • “Refueling, (l)” is a volume of fuel filled to the tank
  • “Address” is an address of dispensing. It is displayed only for group fuel dispensing

In the “Address Display Settings” section, select:

  • Display the address - turn on to display the address of the current vehicle location
  • All - turn on to display the complete vehicle address
  • Abbreviations - turn on to abbreviate address parameters (such as st., ave.)

Select the parameters to display in the address:

  • Country
  • Region
  • City/town
  • Street
  • Building
  • Zip code

Refueler Statement

  1. Select the refueler
  2. Select the time period for report generation
  3. Press the “Add report” button and select “Refueler Statement”

A report on the refueler will be displayed in the program window:

The «Refueler statement» report

To select the information displayed in the report, right-click and select “Report settings”:

Setting up the «Refueler statement» report

General information in the report:

  • “Total dispensing volume,l” - the total amount of fuel dispensed during the report period
  • “Total amount of dispensing” - the number of fuel dispensing operations for the report period
  • “Total dispensing volume without a refueling receiver” - the volume of fuel dispensed by a fuel tanker without a corresponding refueled vehicle
  • “Number of dispensing without a refueling receiver” - the number of dispensing operations performed by a fuel tanker without a corresponding refueled vehicle
  • “Volume of dispensing compared to the relevant refueling, l” - the volume of fuel dispensed by the fuel tanker with a corresponding refueled vehicle
  • “Volume of losses, l” - the difference between the volumes of dispensed and received fuel
  • “Total volume on the meter at the beginning of the period” (when only one refueler is selected) - fuel volume according to the meter at the beginning of the period
  • “Total volume on the meter at the end of the period” (when only one refueler is selected) - fuel volume according to the meter at the end of the period

The report contains the following information:

  • Dispensing source - name of the refueler
  • Start of dispensing - date and time of the start of the fuel dispensing operation
  • End of dispensing - date and time of the end of the fuel dispensing operation
  • RFID / iButton - the number of the RFID tag or iButton key presented at the refueler within 60 seconds before the fuel dispensing or the first one presented during the process
  • The card has been assigned - full name of the key or card holder
  • Receiver - name of the vehicle that is being refilled
  • Recipient of refueling - name of the refueled vehicle
  • Start of refueling - date and time of the start of refueling
  • End of refueling - date and time of the end of refueling
  • Match type - the method used to match the source of dispensing and the refueled vehicle. Possible options: coordinates and time, iButton key, RFID card, fuel card, document.
  • Driver's name - full name of the driver of the refueled vehicle. The driver's name is displayed depending on the type of match:
    • iButton key, RFID card - full name of the key or card holder
    • coordinates and time - full name of the driver registered on the refueled vehicle
  • Refueling volume - the volume of the fuel filled in the vehicle
  • Dispensing volume - the volume of the fuel dispensed by the fuel tanker
  • Deviation, l - the difference between the refilled volume and the dispensed volume in liters
  • Deviation, % - the difference between the refilled volume and the dispensed volume in percentage
  • Refueling source address - the address at which the start of fuel dispensing was recorded
  • Refueling receiver address - the address at which the start of vehicle refueling was recorded

The fuel dispensing log is associated with the following reports: “Fuel dispensing”, “Fuel dispensing, tanking, and draining”, “Refueling and draining”, “Fuel volume”, “Events”, “Log”, “Track”.

Fuel Balance

  1. Select one or several vehicles
  2. Select the time period for report generation
  3. Press the “Add report” button and select “Fuel Balance”

«Fuel balance» report

To select the information displayed in the report, right-click and select “Report settings”:

«Fuel balance» report settings

General information in the report:

  • “Internal displacements” - the total volume of the source fuel for the “dispensing” and/or “draining” events associated with the “refueling” and/or “tanking” events of the selected vehicle, according to the report table
  • “Initial Balance” - the total volume of fuel in the main and auxiliary tanks at the start of the report period for the selected vehicles according to the reading of fuel level sensors * “Received” - the total volume of fuel including:
    • the volume of positive deviations according to the report table
    • the volume of fuel of the receiver's refueling and tanking events, that do not match or match the dispensing from a source that is not selected to generate the report
    • the volume of source events in which the “Refueling” and “Tanking” events match the fuel card operations
    • the value of “Difference between readings” module = “Initial volume” - “Final volume” + “Tanking volume” - “Draining volume” - “Dispensing volume” (only when the value is negative)
  • “Consumption” - the total of actual fuel consumption for the main and additional tanks according to the fuel level sensors for the period for the selected vehicle
  • “Off-loaded” - the total amount of fuel according to the source events, associated with the vehicle's “Refueling” or “Tanking” events, not selected to generate the report
  • “Draining” - the total volume of draining operations for the main and additional tanks according to the fuel level sensors, excluding the volume of discharges included in the calculation of the “Internal displacement” and “Off-loaded” parameters
  • “Losses” - the total volume of fuel including:
    • the volume of negative deviations according to the report table
    • the fuel volume of the source dispensing events that do not match the receiver's events according to the report table
    • the value of “Difference between readings” = “Initial volume” - “Final volume” + “Tanking volume” - “Draining volume” - “Dispensing volume” (only when the value is positive)
  • “Final Balance” - the total volume of fuel in the main and additional tanks at the end of the report period for the selected vehicles according to the reading of fuel level sensors

The table report contains the following information:

  • Source - the vehicle performing the dispensing or draining operation
  • Start of source operation - date and time of fuel dispensing or draining start. Format DD.MM.YYYY hh:mm:ss
  • End of source operation - date and time of fuel dispensing or draining end. Format DD.MM.YYYY hh:mm:ss
  • Receiver - the vehicle receiving the fuel as a result of the refueling or tanking operation
  • Start of recipient operation - date and time of vehicle refueling start. Format DD.MM.YYYY hh:mm:ss
  • End of receiver operation - date and time of the vehicle refueling end. Format DD.MM.YYYY hh:mm:ss
  • Match type - the parameters used to match the source and the recipient. Possible options:
    • fuel card
    • RFID / iButton
    • coordinates and time
    • not matching
  • Volume of source operation, l - the volume of fuel dispensed by the source
  • Volume of recipient operation, l - the volume of fuel received by the recipient
  • Deviation, l - the difference between the volume of fuel received by the receiver and the volume dispensed by the source. Possible values: positive and negative numbers displayed taking the sign into account
  • Deviation,% - the deviation calculated using the formula:
    • 100 %*(“Deviation, l” / “Volume of source operation, l”)
  • Source operation address - the address at which the dispensing or draining of fuel by the source is recorded
  • Receiver operation address - the address at which the refueling or tanking of fuel into the recipient is recorded

MultiTank: Refueling and Draining

  1. Select one or several vehicles
  2. Select the time period for report generation
  3. Press the “Add report” button and select “MultiTank: Refueling and Draining”

«Refueling and Draining» report

To select the information displayed in the report, right-click and select “Report settings”:

Setting up the Refueling and Draining report

In the program window the list of refueling and draining within the selected period will be displayed.

In the “Address Display Settings” section, select:

  • Display the address - turn on to display the address of the current vehicle location
  • All - turn on to display the complete vehicle address
  • Abbreviations - turn on to abbreviate address parameters (such as st., ave.)

Select the parameters to display in the address:

  • Country
  • Region
  • City/town
  • Street
  • Building
  • Zip code

The report contains the following data:

  • Fuel tank number and name
  • VH name
  • Operation start time
  • Operation end time
  • Operation is draining or refueling
  • Volume, (l) is the volume of drained or refueled fuel
  • Initial volume, (l) is the volume of fuel in the tank before the operation
  • Final volume, (l) is the volume of fuel in the tank after the operation
  • The address where start of draining or refueling was performed

The following color designations are used in the report:

Blue background of line is for refueling

Pink background is for draining

MultiTank: Fuel in the Tanks

  1. Select one or several vehicles
  2. Select the time period for report generation
  3. Press the “Add report” button and select “MultiTank: Fuel in the Tanks”

«Refueling and Draining» report

The report contains the following data for each fuel tank of VH:

  • Initial volume, (l) is the volume of fuel in the tank at the beginning of the period
  • Final volume, (l) is the volume of fuel in the tank at the end of the period
  • Minimum volume, (l) is the minimum volume of fuel in the tank for the period
  • Maximum volume, (l) is the maximum volume of fuel in the tank for the period
  • Actual consumption, (l) is the volume of fuel in the tank at the beginning of the period
  • Refueling volume, (l) is total refueling volume for the period
  • Draining volume, (l) is total draining volume for the period

MultiTank: Fuel Volume in the Tanks

  1. Select one or several vehicles
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press button “Add report” and select “MultiTank: Fuel Volume in the Tanks”

In the program window it will be displayed a report on fuel volume in the tank of VH for the selected period of time.

«Fuel volume» report

Press on the icon and select the information to be displayed:

The legend

Cartographic

Track

The “Track” report allows a user to view of one selected VH for the selected time.

  1. Select a VH
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press “Add report” button and select “Track”

A map with the VH's track for this period of time will be displayed in the program window:

«Track» report

To display a tooltip press the VH icon .

 The VH pop-up information

The tooltip contains the following information:

  • “Date” is the date and time the VH presence in the selected part of the track
  • “Registration number” is the VH name
  • “Speed” is a speed of the VH in the selected place of the track
  • “Address” is the address where the VH was found in the selected place of the track
  • “Mileage” is a VH mileage starting from the track beginning
  • “Fuel volume in the primary tank” is a volume of fuel in the primary tank. It is not displayed, if the fuel level sensors are not connected or “0” number of sensors is set in the VH profile settings. The units of fuel parameters measurement (liters or gallons) shall be given according to the server settings
  • “Fuel volume in the additional tank” is a volume of fuel in the additional tank (if there is such). It is not displayed, if the fuel level sensors are not connected or “0” number of sensors is set in the VH profile settings. The units of fuel parameters measurement (liters or gallons) shall be given according to the server settings
  • “Ignition” is a position of the ignition key (on/off) in the selected place of the track
  • “GPS data” are correct or incorrect data. If the data are incorrect, the date and time of receipt of the certain data are displayed
  • “Total mileage as per CAN” – total vehicle mileage according to CAN bus data
  • “Current auxiliary equipment readings” - current value or status of the auxiliary equipment
  • “Driver” – driver registered on the vehicle

The format of the address and the content of the pop-up information about the vehicle can be configured in the object tree (see. Settings of objects tree).

To set up the report, press the right mouse button and select “Report settings”:

Setting up the «Track» report

If necessary, you can turn on the option of displaying the color of the track based on the type of movement: Displaying the color of the track

Measuring parameters between two points of the track

  1. Right-click on the track and select “Track Section Parameters”
  2. Select the starting point for the measurement on the track
  3. Select the end point for the measurement on the track. To clear the selection, click anywhere on the map (not on the track).

«Track» report

For a section of the track, the following information is displayed:

  • Vehicle name
  • Period
  • Mileage
  • Fuel consumption
  • Average speed
  • Track section start address
  • Track section end address

Exit the parameter measurement mode by pressing Enter or Esc.

To display track points, right-click and select “Track Detailing”.

If you select one vehicle and a report period of 7 days or fewer, track points corresponding to all rows of the “Log” report will be displayed (at maximum scale).

The map in OpenStreetMaps mode has a feature enabling additional painting of necessary section of maps, please see www.openstreetmap.org for details.

If it is required to zoom in the map section, select it with the mouse cursor continuously pressing “Shift” button.

To create a geofence using a track it is required to use the map control panel.

Location

A “Location” report allows to monitor movement of the VH in the real time mode. Information on the VH is refreshed upon receipt of the new data.

The location is recorded according to the valid GPS data (upon identification over 3 satellites).

For more effective tracking of moving objects in the real time mode we suggest that you use “VH tracking” mode. For more effective tracking of objects in geofences please use “Hide VH outside geofences” mode.

“Location” report in a normal mode

  1. Select one or several VH
  2. Open “Mapping” tab and select “Location”

In the program window the map with the VH location will be displayed:

«Location» report

When the ignition is on, the color of the icon corresponds to that chosen when setting the vehicle icon. The arrow indicates the direction of the vehicle
When the ignition is turned off, the color of the icon is orange

To view information on the VH move the cursor to the VH icon. To pin the tooltip window with the information on VH, press the left mouse button.

This report contains the following information on the VH:

  • VH name is a name or registration number of the VH
  • Date is a date of the last received data in DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM:SS format
  • Speed, (km/h) is a speed of the VH at the moment of data transfer
  • Address is an address of the last location
  • Volume of fuel in primary tank is a volume of fuel in the primary tank at the moment of data transfer
  • Volume of fuel in the additional tank is a volume of fuel in the additional tank (if there is such) at the moment of data transfer
  • Ignition is on/off
  • The date and time of the last correct GPS data are displayed if within 60 seconds, there were not valid data. “Location” report in the mode of VH tracking
  • Total mileage as per CAN – total vehicle mileage according to CAN bus data
  • Current auxiliary equipment readings - current value or status of the auxiliary equipment
  • Driver – driver registered on the vehicle

The format of the address and the content of the pop-up information about the vehicle can be configured in the object tree (see Settings of objects tree).

“Location” report in vehicle tracking mode

“VH tracking” enables automatic actualization of map display, providing permanent display of the VH in center of the map section.

In case for generation of “Location” report several VH are selected, it is required to select one VH pressing the left mouse button on the icon of the VH in question. The name of the selected VH will be highlighted in red. In the vehicle menu, select to “Enable the tracking mode of the selected vehicle”.

«Location» report

Switching on the mode of the VH tracking enables recording of the report and when selecting another object or period the recorded report will not change. The report recording allows you to view reports on other objects simultaneously. After switching off of the VH tracking mode, the report is not automatically recorded.

“Location” report in the mode of the VH hiding outside the geofences

“Mode of VH hiding outside geofences” allows changing of the VH icons located outside the geofences:

«Mode of VH hiding outside geofences»

The full name of the geofence is displayed when you hover the mouse over it.

Movement

Standstills

  1. Select one or several object
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press button “Add report” and select “Standstills”

Determination of stoppages and standstills shall be performed taking in account the VH ignition or by GPS coordinates in accordance with the settings in the VH profile.

«Standstills» report

Select the information to be displayed in the report by pressing the right mouse button and choosing “Report settings”:

Setting up the Inter-Stop Movement report

In the “Address Display Settings” section, select:

  • Display the address - turn on to display the address of the current vehicle location
  • All - turn on to display the complete vehicle address
  • Abbreviations - turn on to abbreviate address parameters (such as st., ave.)

Select the parameters to display in the address:

  • Country
  • Region
  • City/town
  • Street
  • Building
  • Zip code

A standstill is registered, when the following conditions are met: the ignition is off, the speed is less than 2 km/h, the time since the ignition was turned off has exceeded the value of “Trace the standstills longer than minutes” set in the vehicle profile, and at the current time the standstill is completed.

The VH profile

“Standstill address” – address, at which the parking was registered, i.e. the “Trace the standstills longer than, minutes” value was exceeded.

“Start time of the standstill, hh:mm:ss” - the date and time when the standstill started, i.e. the date and time when the standstill was recorded more than the value of “Trace the standstills longer than minutes” minus the value of “Trace the standstills longer than minutes” itself.

“End time of standstill, hh:mm:ss” – date and time of the end of the standstill or of the report period.

“Duration, hh:mm:ss” - the duration of the parking, determined depending on the selected report period.

Speed

  1. Select a vehicle
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press “Add report” button and select “Speed”

The program window will display a report on the VH speed:

«Speed» report

If a period between neighboring events recorded in the register is shorter than 8 minutes, ignition turn-off won't be displayed on the speed diagram.

The following color designations are used in the report:

  • Green diagram means that the VH speed is lower or equal to the maximum allowed speed value
  • Red diagram means the speed exceeds the maximum allowed speed value

If necessary, increase the diagram scale. Select a part of the diagram, which shall be increased withholding left mouse button.

Movement

To generate this report it is required to switch off “Take in account ignition when identifying standstills and stoppages” in the VH profile.

  1. Select a vehicle
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press “Add report” button and select “Movement”

The program window will display a report on the VH movement:

The «Movement» report

Select information to be displayed in the report by pressing the right mouse button and choosing “Report settings”:

Setting up the «Movement» report

In the “Address Display Settings” section, select:

  • Display the address - turn on to display the address of the current vehicle location
  • All - turn on to display the complete vehicle address
  • Abbreviations - turn on to abbreviate address parameters (such as st., ave.)

Select the parameters to display in the address:

  • Country
  • Region
  • City/town
  • Street
  • Building
  • Zip Code

General information in the report:

  • “Track length, km” is a total length of the track for all report events
  • “Total time of movement” is total time, calculated for the events with a parameter “Track length, km” being different from 0
  • “The average speed of motion km/h” is a ratio of the parameter “Track length, km” to the “Total time of movement” parameter value
  • “Total time of standstills/stoppages” is a total time of standstills and stoppages in the report
  • “Duration of the accounting period” is a duration of the generated report period
  • “Total time of data absence” is the total time, calculated for the events “data absence”
  • “Mileage at the beginning of the period as per CAN bus, km” - the CAN odometer value at the beginning of the period
  • “Mileage at the end of the period as per CAN bus, km” - the CAN odometer value at the end of the period

Use the mileage meter only during the configuration of “Vehicle profile”/ “Setting the initial values for VH monitoring”/“Correct to the mileage”:

  • “Mileage at the beginning of the period, km” - the mileage calculated as the sum of the initial value of the odometer and the distance to the date of the beginning of the period
  • “Mileage at the end of the period, km” - the mileage calculated as the sum of the initial value of the odometer and the distance to the date of the end of the period

The report contains information on the following events:

1. Standstill/stoppage

Start of a standstill is recorded, if the following conditions are met:

  • The VH speed is less than 2 km/h for all continuous events with “raw” data
  • The distance between any events with “raw” data is less than 800 m
  • The distance between the first and last event with “raw” data is greater than value of “Monitor stoppages longer than, minutes”
  • The time period between the first and last event with raw data does not include periods of data absence

End of a standstill is recorded, if the following conditions are met:

  • Start of a standstill has been identified
  • One of the standstill conditions has stopped being performed

2. Change of a standstill place

  • The current event of the standstill start was identified
  • According to the valid data the previous event was the end of the standstill
  • The event of data absence start has not been identified

3. Data absence

The start of the data absence period shall be recorded, when the following conditions are met:

  • The time between the current event and the last event with the valid data is greater than the time set in the “Minimum period of data absence”
  • If the current event is the first valid event with “raw” data, the date and time of the VH profile import shall be assumed the last event with the valid data

The end of the data absence period shall be recorded, when the following conditions are met:

  • The start of data absence has been recorded
  • The current event has valid data

4. Movement

The movement shall be recorded, if the VH's speed is greater than 2 km/h.

For the events “movement” and “absence of data” the following information shall be provided:

  • “Movement start time”
  • “Movement end time”
  • “Duration”
  • “Track length, km”
  • “Maximum recorded speed, km/h”
  • “Average speed, km/h”

To display the motion section on the map, add the “Track” report to the tab with the “Movement” report. In the table in the “Movement” report, select the row corresponding to the vehicle movement. In the “Track” report it will display the track section of the vehicle.

Track

To return to the entire track, click the left mouse button anywhere on the map.

Movement for the Period

  1. Select a vehicle
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press button “Add report” and select “Diagram: Movement for the Period”

In the program window the report on the VH movement by day will display:

The «Movement for the Period» report

The following color-coding is used in the report:

  • Green - the total time that the vehicle was in movement for the day
  • Yellow - the total time of idle vehicle operation for the day
  • Red - the total vehicle downtime for the day, i.e. the time that the vehicle spent with the engine turned off

Select the information to display in the legend:

The «Movement for the Period» report

Movement Distribution by Time Period

  1. Select a vehicle
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press button “Add report” and select “Diagram: Movement Distribution by Time Period”

In the program window the report on VH movement distribution for the selected day depending on time of day will display:

The «Movement Distribution by Time Period» report

Select the information to be displayed in the legend:

  • Green - movement of the VH
  • Yellow - operation of the VH at idle RPM

Statistics

Statistics

  1. Select one or several drivers or VH
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press “Add report” button and select “Statistics”

«Statistics» report

Select information to be displayed in the report by pressing the right mouse button and choosing “Report settings”:

«Statistics» report settings

The program window will display a report with statistical data on a VH or driver for the selected period.

Description of the VH operation parameters calculation is given in Appendix B.

In the section “Movement and operation”:

  • Mileage, km
  • Average mileage, km
  • Speeding mileage, km
  • Total mileage at the beginning of the period, km - the odometer value of the CAN bus at the start of the period
  • Total mileage at the end of the period, km - the odometer value of CAN bus at the end of the period
  • Average speed in motion, km/h
  • Maximum speed, km/h
  • Movement time, hour:min:sec, (% from the report period)
  • Engine operation time, hour:min:sec, (% from the period of report)
  • Engine operation time when VH in motion, hour:min:sec, (% from the report period)
  • Engine operation time motionless, hour:min:sec
  • Engine operation idle time, hour:min:sec
  • Engine operation time at normal engine RPM, hour:min:sec, (% from engine operation time)
  • Engine operation time at engine RPM limit, hour:min:sec, (% from engine operation time)
  • Time during which engine was OFF time, hour:min:sec, (% from the report period)

In the section “Fuel” (main tank):

  • Initial volume, l
  • Final volume, l
  • Actual consumption, l
  • Average actual fuel consumption, l
  • Refueling volume, l
  • Tanking volume, l
  • Draining volume, l
  • Dispensing volume, l
  • Probable fuel draining/Excessive volume, l
  • Minimum volume, l
  • Maximum volume, l
  • Actual consumption per 100 km, l
  • Actual consumption per 100 km in motion, l
  • Actual consumption in motion, l
  • Actual consumption motionless, l
  • Consumption rate per 100 km, l
  • Estimated consumption according to rate for 100km, l
  • Deviation from rate per 100 km, %
  • Overconsumption against the rate per 100 km for the period, l
  • Actual consumption per engine operation time, l
  • Actual consumption per engine hour, l
  • Actual consumption per hour of engine operation, l
  • Actual consumption per hour of engine operation motionless, l
  • Fuel consumption rate per hour of engine operation
  • Estimated consumption by rate per hour of engine operation, l
  • Deviation from rate per hour of engine operation, %
  • Overconsumption against the rate per 1 hour of engine operation, l
  • The actual consumption during the engine idle time in motion, l
  • The actual consumption during the time of engie operation under the rated load in motion, l
  • The actual consumption during the time of engine operation with exceeding of the maximum load in motion, l
  • The actual consumption during the engine idle time without motion, l
  • The actual consumption during the time of engine operation under the rated load without motion, l
  • The actual consumption during the time of engine operation with exceeding of the maximum load without motion, l
  • Volume of CO2

Volume of CO2 for gasoline = 2392*actual consumption during the period

Volume of СО2 emissions for diesel = 2640*actual consumption during the period

In the the “Fuel weight” (main tank) section:

  • Initial mass, kg
  • Final mass, kg
  • Actual consumption, kg
  • Mass of refueling, kg
  • Mass of draining, kg
  • Actual consumption per 100 km, kg
  • Actual consumption per hour of engine operation, kg

In the section “Fuel” (additional tank):

  • Initial volume, l
  • Final volume, l
  • Actual consumption, l
  • Average actual consumption, l
  • Refueling volume, l
  • Draining volume, l
  • Minimum volume, l
  • Maximum volume, l
  • Actual consumption per 100 km, l

In the Auxiliary Equipment Operation Section:

  • Maximum value within the period
  • Minimum value within the period
  • Total value during the period
  • Time of operation, hour:min:sec
  • Downtime, hour:min:sec
  • Operating time is greater than allowed value
  • The operating time is shorter than the allowed value
  • Mileage with auxiliary VH equipment ON, km
  • Consumption with auxiliary VH equipment ON, l
  • Consumption with auxiliary VH equipment ON per engine hour, l
  • Consumption with auxiliary VH equipment ON per 100 km, l

In the “Meter readings (CAN bus data) at the end of report period” section:

  • Odometer reading, km
  • Engine hour meter reading, hour:min
  • Fuel consumption meter reading, l

In the “Meter readings (CAN bus data) before maintenance service” section:

  • Mileage before Maintenance service, km
  • Engine hours before Maintenance service, hour

In the “Data from CAN during the period of report generation” section:

  • Mileage, km
  • Engine hours, hour:min
  • Consumption of fuel, l

In the “iQFreeze operation” section:

  • Time of refrigerator operation, hour:min:sec, (% from the report period)
  • Engine hours, hour:min:sec, (% from the report period)
  • Total fuel volume consumed, l
  • Consumption with increased rpm per 100 km, l
  • Consumption with increased rpm per engine hour, l
  • Consumption with lowered rpm per 100 km, l
  • Consumption with lowered rpm per engine hour, l
  • Fuel consumption per motor hour (CHU), l, is calculated using the following formula: Fuel consumed total, l / Motor hours, hour:min:sec, (% of report period)
  • Fuel consumption in the “Stop” refrigerator operation mode, l
  • Fuel consumption in the “Heating” refrigerator operation mode, l
  • Fuel consumption in the “Cooling” refrigerator operation mode, l
  • Fuel consumption in the “Defrosting” refrigerator operation mode, l

To view a detailed report on the refrigerator errors, click Number of errors during the period.

To view a detailed report on the reefer door opening events, click Number of door openings notifications.

In the “TPMS” section:

  • Mileage without data from the tire pressure control system on at least one wheel, km (% from mileage for the period)
  • Mileage with data from the tire pressure control system, km (% from mileage for the period)
  • Mileage with violation of normal pressure in at least one wheel, km (% from mileage for the period)
  • Save tyre casing service life for the period (maintaining the target pressure), km
  • Fuel saved during the period (maintaining the target pressure), l

In the “Technical work parameters display” section:

“Type of equipment” - select the type of equipment for which to display technological parameters.

For the TG series Grader equipment:

  • Duration of operation by gear, h
    • Gear 1
    • Gear 2
    • Gear 3
    • Gear 4
    • Gear 5
    • Gear 6
    • Neutral
    • Limp mode
    • No information on the gear
    • Total
  • Transmission. Operation with errors, h
    • Error code with duration
    • No errors with duration
  • Engine. Operation with errors, h
    • Error code with duration
    • No errors with duration

Summary Report

  1. Select a VH
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press “Add report” button and select “Summary report”

«Summary report»

Summary report groups by vehicle and by date.

To set up the report, press the right mouse button and select “Report settings”:

Setting up the «Summary report»

The Summary Report is built for one or several vehicles and includes all parameters of the “Statistics” report, except for the parameters calculated for multiple vehicles and listed below:

In the “Movement and operation” section:

Use the mileage meter only during the configuration of “Vehicle profile”/ “Setting the initial values for VH monitoring”/“According to the mileage”:

  • Mileage at the beginning of the period, km - the mileage calculated as the sum of the initial value of the odometer and the distance to the date of the beginning of the period
  • Mileage at the end of the period, km - the mileage calculated as the sum of the initial value of the odometer and the distance to the date of the end of the period

In the “Meter readings (CAN bus data)” section

  • CAN odometer reading at the beginning of the period, km - CAN bus odometer reading at the beginning of the period
  • CAN odometer reading at the end of the period, km - CAN bus odometer reading at the end of the period

The vehicle fuel saving parameters are displayed in accordance with the established standard.

Shifts Report

  1. Select a VH
  2. Please select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press “Add report” button and select “Shifts report”.

If, according to the schedule the shift continues on the next calendar day and the selected period does not include this day, the shifts report will include the period up to the end of shift (i.e. the report will include the next day).

«Shifts report»

Set up the shifts schedule by pressing the right mouse button and selecting “Shifts setup”. The window will open, in which you will see a line with schedule to be added.

Setting up the Shifts

In the fields “Shift 1 start”, “Shift 2 start”, “Shift 3 start”, “Shift 3 start” enter the time in hh:mm format, from which the start of the first, second, third and fourth shifts will be accounted.

In the fields “Shift 1 end», “Shift 2 end”, “Shift end 4” enter the time in hh:mm format starting from which the end of shift will be accounted.

In column “Current” select the checkbox. Press “Save” button.

The shifts report can be different from the report for a vehicle for a day as the shifts report is generated for shifts day according to the set shifts schedule and the report for a vehicle for the selected period from 00-00 to 23-00.

To set up the report, press the right mouse button and select “Report settings”:

Setting up the «Shifts report»

The report contains the following information:

  • Date is a day/month for which the report is generated
  • Shift number is a number of shift according to the schedule
  • Time of shift start, (hh:mm) is time of shift start according to the shifts schedule
  • End time of the shift, (hh:mm) is time of the shift end according to the shifts schedule
  • Start time of the shift work is an actual shift start which is determined by the first ignition switch during the shift
  • End time of the shift work is an actual end of shift which is determined by the last switching on of ignition during the shift
  • Initial volume, (l) is a volume of fuel at the start of the shift
  • Final volume, (l) is a volume of fuel at the end of shift
  • Actual consumption, (l) is an actual consumption of fuel during the shift
  • Consumption per 100 km, (l) is an average consumption of fuel per 100 km
  • Refueling volume, per shift, (l) is a volume of fuel refueled during the shift
  • Draining volume, per shift, (l) is a volume of fuel draining during the shift
  • Overconsumption against the rate per 100 km, (l) is a difference between actual consumption and consumption against the rate per 100 km. The value can be negative
  • Consumption per one hour of engine operation, (l) is consumption of fuel calculated in accordance with engine operation per shift
  • Deviation from the rate per engine hour, (%) is a difference between the actual and rated fuel consumption per hour of engine operation during the shift
  • Overconsumption against the rate per hour of engine operation, (l) is a difference between an actual consumption and rated consumption per hour of engine operation during the shift: “overconsumption against the rate per engine hour” = “actual consumption” - “rated consumption per engine hour”. The value can take negative values
  • Deviation against the rate per 100 km, (l) is a difference between actual consumption and rated consumption per 100 km
  • Mileage, (km) is a VH mileage per shift
  • Time of engine operation, (hh:mm:ss) is a number of engine operation hours per shift
  • Movement time, (hh:mm:ss) – is time of movement per shift which is calculated based on conditions: revolutions level is over 10 rev/min, speed is over 2 km/h and ignition is ON
  • Engine OFF time, (hh:mm:ss)
  • Engine operation time under load, (hh:mm:ss) is time per shift during which the level of engine revolutions was higher than idle revolutions level and lower than engine RPM level limit which are set in the VH profile
  • Average speed in movement, (km/h) is an average VH motion speed during the shift
  • CAN odometer reading at the beginning of the period, km - CAN bus odometer reading at the beginning of the period
  • CAN odometer reading at the end of the period, km - CAN bus odometer reading at the end of the period

Use the mileage meter only during the configuration of “Vehicle profile”/ “Setting the initial values for VH monitoring”/“Correct to the mileage”:

  • Mileage at the beginning of the period, km - the mileage calculated as the sum of the initial value of the odometer and the distance to the date of the beginning of the period
  • Mileage at the end of the period, km - the mileage calculated as the sum of the initial value of the odometer and the distance to the date of the end of the period

Work

Engine Revolutions

  1. Select a VH
  2. Please select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press the button “Add report” and select “Engine revolutions”

In the program window the report on VH engine revolutions will display.

If a period between neighboring events recorded in the register is shorter than 8 minutes, ignition turn-off won't be displayed on the revolutions diagram.

«Engine RPM» report

The following color designations are used in the report:

  • Green diagram means level of idle revolutions of the VH engine. The level of idle revolutions shall be set in the VH profile
  • Yellow diagram means normal load, level of engine revolutions is greater than level idle revolutions and less than level of ultimate revolutions. The level of idle revolutions and engine RPM level limit shall be set in the VH profile
  • Red diagram means ultimate load, level of revolutions greater than ultimate engine speed. The engine RPM level limit is set in the VH profile.

If necessary, increase the diagram scale. Select a part of the diagram, which shall be increased pressing the left mouse button continuously

To return to the original diagram scale, refresh the report.

To display a pop-up tip with an accurate value of engine RPM select a required spot in the diagram.

Revolutions values from 0.0 to 1.0 mean there is no connection to revolutions sensor, please contact specialists who installed on-board equipment.
In case the values exceed 10 000 RPM, contact the specialists who installed on-board equipment, in order to get the “Correction coefficient of revolutions sensor” corrected.

Onboard Voltage

  1. Select a VH
  2. Please select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press the button “Add report” and select “Onboard voltage”

In the program window the report with data on onboard voltage of VH for the selected period will open.

«Onboard voltage» report

Select the information to be displayed in the legend:

Legend

If time between the neighboring events is greater than the double value of data collection timer, the value of power voltage for this period shall be displayed equal to zero.

To display a pop-up tip with an accurate value of VH on-board network voltage select a required spot in the diagram with the mouse pointer.

Auxiliary Equipment Operation

One report can display up to four diagrams on operation of auxiliary equipment (for Omnicomm Profi Terminals).

  1. Select a VH
  2. Please select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press the button “Add report” and select “Auxiliary equipment”

In the program window the report on operation of additional equipment will display:

 «Auxiliary equipment operation» report

The following color designations are used in the report:

  • Red diagram means that the value is higher than the ultimate value set in the VH profile
  • Green diagram means that the value does not exceed ultimate value set in the VH profile

To display a pop-up tip with an accurate value of fuel volume select a required spot in the diagram with a mouse pointer.

Refrigerator State

  1. Select a VH
  2. Press the button “Add report” and select “Refrigerator state”

In the program window will display the report on operation of the current refrigerator state.

«Refrigerator state» report

The report contains the following information:

  • iQFreeze name – iQFreeze name in the Bluetooth network
  • Serial number – iQFreeze serial number
  • Firmware version – iQFreeze firmware version
  • Connection with CHU – availability of connection with cooling and heating unit. Possible options: “No connection”, “Connection available”
  • Data actuality – the date and time of raw data received from iQFreeze
  • Installation type – CHU type. Possible options: ThermoKing SLX, Carrier Supra/Maxima, Zanotti, ThermalMaster 5100/8100, Carrier Vector 1850
  • System serial number – CHU serial number
  • Number of errors – number of CHU errors
  • CHU temperature – actual temperature in the CHU section. Possible values: from -128.00 to +128.00
  • Set temperature – set-point temperature in the CHU section. Possible values: from -128.00 to +128.00
  • CHU temperature section 2 (3) – actual temperature in section 2 (3). Possible values: from -128.00 to +128.00
  • Set-point temperature section 2 (3) – set-point temperature in section 2 (3). Possible values: from -128.00 to +128.00
  • Door status – status of the CHU door. Possible options: open, closed
  • Coolant temperature – CHU coolant temperature. Possible values: from -128.00 to +128.00
  • Engine RPM – status of the CHU engine RPM. Possible options: stop, low, high
  • Compressor configuration – configuration of the CHU compressor. Possible options: Start/Stop, Continuous
  • System status – CHU system status. Possible options: stop, heating, cooling, defrosting
  • Battery voltage – CHU battery voltage. Possible values: from 0.00 to +99.00
  • Ambient air temperature – CHU ambient air temperature. Possible values: from -128.00 to +128.00
  • Engine hours – Engine hours of CHU from the engine. Possible values: from 0.00 to 1000000.00

Engine Load Distribution by Time Period

  1. Select a VH
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press the button “Add report” and select “Diagram: Engine Load Distribution by Time Period”

In the program window the report on VH load distribution by time period per day will display.

 The «Engine Load Distribution by Time Period» report

Select the information to be displayed in the legend:

  • Green color - engine operation under normal loading
  • Yellow color - engine idle time operation
  • Red color - engine operation under ultimate loading

Refrigerator Operation

  1. Select a VH
  2. Please select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press the button “Add report” and select “Refrigerator operation”

In the program window the report on operation of refrigerator operation will display.

The «Refrigerator operation» report

Select the information to display in the legend:

The legend

To build graphs with divisions into sections, click the right button and select “Analyze by section”.

Pressure in Tyres

  1. Select a VH
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press the button “Add report” and select “Pressure in tyres”

In the program window the report on operation of pressure in tyres will display.

«Pressure in tyres» report

To display the mileage of each wheel for the period, right-click and select “Show mileage”.

Operation for the Period

  1. Select a VH
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press the button “Add report” and select “Diagram: Operation for the Period”

In the program window the report on VH engine revolutions will display for the selected period.

The «Operation for the Period» report

The following color designations are used in the report:

  • Green color - the part of the period when VH was in motion
  • Yellow color - the part of the period when VH worked at idle
  • Red color - the part of the period when the vehicle was idle, i.e. it was with the engine off
  • Gray color - the part of the period for which information has not arrived yet (for example, when report generation for the current day from 00:00 to 23:59 with the current time of 20:00 it will be shown that there is no information for 4 hours) or it is absent

The report displays the time in hours and as a percentage of the total time of the period that the vehicle was in motion, worked at idle and was with the engine off.

Load for the Period

  1. Select a VH
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press the button “Add report” and select “Diagram: Load for the Period”

 The «Load for the Period» report

The load diagram for a period of time displays the ratio of the period of time to the engine running time at idle, at nominal load, and at full load.

The following color designations are used in the report:

  • Green color - the part of the period when the vehicle was at idle.
  • Yellow color - the part of the period when the vehicle was operating under normal load (hh:mm) - the time during which the level of engine rpm was higher than the idling level and less than the ultimate load level. The idle and the ultimate levels of rpm is set in the VH profile
  • Red color - the part of the period when the VH was working with exceeding the ultimate load (level of engine rpm was higher than the ultimate load level)

The report displays the time in hours and as a percentage of the total time of the period that the VH worked: at idle, under normal load and with excess of ultimate load.

Work Distribution by Time Period

  1. Select a VH
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press the button “Add report” and select “Diagram: Operation for the Period”

The «Work Distribution by Time Period» report

The following color designations are used in the report:

  • Green color - movement of the VH
  • Yellow color - operation of the VH at idle RPM

Events and Violations

Violations

  1. Select a driver or vehicle
  2. Select a period of time
  3. Press the “Add report” button and select “Violations”

 «Violations» report

For vehicles equipped with video recording terminals:

The video is available for viewing. Click on the icon to watch the video.
The video can be requested.
Video requesting in progress.

Select information to be displayed in the report by pressing the right mouse button and choosing “Report settings”:

«Violations» report settings

In the “Fuel” and “Fuel (additional tank)” sections:

  • Draining is a volume of drained fuel exceeding value “Fuel draining threshold” set up in the VH profile
  • LLS failure is a date and time of start of LLS liquid level sensor failure
  • End of LLS failure is a date and time when LLS liquid level sensor failure ended

In the “Movement” section:

  • Standstill is a standstill over quantity of minutes set in the VH profile. Standstill shall be recorded upon the following conditions: ignition is OFF and speed is less than 2 km/h
  • Stoppage shall be recorded upon the following conditions: ignition ON and speed is less than 2 km/h. The address shall not be recorded for stoppages
  • Acceleration exceeds the permissible value — excession of the maximum allowed acceleration set in the VH profile
  • Exceeding the speed allowed is exceeding maximum allowed speed set in the VH profile
  • Beginning of exceeding the speed threshold inside the geofence is date and time of start of the allowable speed exceed when the VH is in the geofence
  • End of exceeding the speed threshold inside the geofence is date and time of speed limit excess, when the VH is in the geofence

In the “Engine” section:

  • Exceeding of the permissible RPM value means exceeding of maximum allowed level of engine RPMs set in the VH profile

In the “Other” section:

  • Incorrect registration of a driver is an application of the I-Button with the identification number not registered in Omnicomm Online or application of the I- Button with the identification number registered for a driver, which has a “Fired” status in Omnicomm Online
  • Device tampering is actuation of a device-tampering sensor (only for Omnicomm Profi 2.0 Terminal)
  • Pressing the panic button is actuation of the panic button

In the “Auxiliary equipment” section:

  • Exceeding of permissible value for auxiliary equipment set in the VH profile
  • Actuation of UI1 in discrete mode is control over actuation of universal input No. 1 of discrete type taking in account VH speed. In case there is no actuation, a violation will be recorded
  • Actuation of UI2 in discrete mode is control over actuation of universal input No. 2 of discrete type taking in account VH speed. In case there is no actuation, a violation will be recorded

In the “Routes” section:

  • Start of the trip is a deviation from the planned start of the trip, if the planned time of the trip start is set in the settings
  • Visiting the control points is deviation from planned visiting of the control points, if the planned time of visiting is given in settings of the control points and control of control points visiting is ON
  • Overriding route borders — exiting geofence limiting the route
  • Trip completion — deviations on trip completion : deviation from trip completed to scheduled trip completion, completion of trip upon maximum allowed duration of trip control, the trip did not take place, the trip was forced to be completed

In the “Safe driving” section:

  • Movement with head lights off
  • Movement with unfastened seatbelts
  • Exceeding of maximum speed limit
  • Exceeding of allowed speed limit
  • Short-term exceeding of maximum speed limit
  • Short-term exceeding of allowed speed limit
  • Exceeding the threshold of positive acceleration
  • Exceeding the threshold of negative acceleration
  • Exceeding the threshold of lateral acceleration
  • Exceeding the threshold of vertical acceleration
  • Allowed turning speed exceeding
  • Maximum turning speed exceeding
  • Traffic violation. Overspeeding
  • Long-term idle engine operation
  • Operation with cold engine
  • Operation with overheated engine
  • Operation in low RPM mode
  • Operation in high RPM mode
  • No valid GPS data

A description of data sources for safe driving parameters is provided in Omnicomm Online Administration Manual. The "Bad habits" section.

“Display event addresses” - check the box to display the address where the violation was recorded.

“Duration threshold” - enter the time period for which it is allowed to exceed the maximum allowable or the maximum speed, without a violation being recorded.

Duration threshold is used for the following events:

  • Briefly exceeded the speed threshold
  • Exceeding of maximum speed limit
  • Exceeding of allowed speed limit
  • Short-term exceeding of maximum speed limit
  • Short-term exceeding of allowable speed limit
  • Traffic violation. Overspeeding

The report contains the following information:

  • Vehicle means a registration number or a unique vehicle name
  • Date and time are date and time when Omnicomm Online has identified a violation
  • Violation is one of violations selected to be displayed in the report
  • Parameters mean a parameter typical for a particular type of violation. For example, in case of discharge is a volume of fuel and time during which the discharge took place
  • Address is an address at which Omnicomm Online has identified a violation

In the “Address Display Settings” section select:

  • Display the address - turn on to display the address of the current vehicle location
  • All - turn on to display the complete vehicle address
  • Abbreviations - turn on to abbreviate address parameters (such as st., ave.)

Select the parameters to display in the address:

  • Country
  • Region
  • City/Town
  • Street
  • Building
  • Zip code

Events

  1. Select an object
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Open “Reports” tab and select “Events”

In the program window a report on the object events for the selected period will be displayed:

«Events» report

For vehicles equipped with video recording terminals:

The video is available for viewing. Click on the icon to watch the video.
The video can be requested.
Video requesting in progress.

Select information to be displayed in the report by pressing the right mouse button and choosing “Report settings”:

«Events» report settings

This report contains the following information:

The “Fuel” and “Fuel (additional tank)” section:

  • Start/end date and time of refueling
  • Volume of refueling, (l)
  • Start/end date and time of fuel tanking, (l)
  • Volume of tanking, (l)
  • Start/end date and time of draining
  • Volume of draining, (l)
  • Volume of dispensing, (l)
  • Fuel level sensor failure
  • End of fuel level sensor failure

The “Movement” section:

  • Standstill is a standstill over quantity of minutes set in the VH profile. A standstill is recorded, if the following conditions are met: ignition is turned off, speed is less than 2 km/h, time from the moment of ignition turn-off has exceeded value “Standstills threshold” set in the VH profile
  • “Date and time” displays date and time of standstill end, i.e. “Standstill over” shall be recorded only after the standstill end
  • Speed higher than the value, set in the VH profile, (km/h)
  • Entering the geofence
  • Exiting the geofence
  • Entering the dynamic geofence
  • Exiting the dynamic geofence
  • Beginning of exceeding the speed threshold inside the geofence Switching on control over speed exceeding in geofence and setting-up value of allowed speed shall be performed in the geofence profile
  • End of exceeding the speed threshold inside the geofence
  • Stoppage shall be recorded upon the following conditions: ignition ON and speed is less than 2 km/h, the address shall not be recorded for stoppages;
  • “Date and time” displays date and time of stoppage end, i.e. “Stoppage” shall be recorded only after the stoppage end
  • Exceeding acceleration, set up in the VH profile

The “Engine” section:

  • Date and time of ignition switching on/switching off
  • Time during which the ignition was off. Duration of the ignition off time shall be calculated from the moment of ignition turning off to the moment of ignition switching on
  • Exceeding of the permissible RPM values set up in the VH profile

The “Other” section:

  • Establishing the connection displays date and time of the Terminal connection with the communication server
  • Pressing the panic button
  • Driver registration. Driver assignment shall be performed with a single I-Button key, with identification number registered on Omnicomm Online to I-Button reader or when assigning a driver to a VH. In case of application of the I-Button key with the same identification number Driver registration event will not be recorded
  • OBDII. Check Engine deactivation
  • I-Button application. The event is recorded upon application of the I-Button key with identification number registered on Omnicomm Online. If identification number of I- Button is not registered on Omnicomm Online, the event shall be highlighted in pink
  • Completion of the driver registration. Completion of registration shall be performed upon application of I-Button key with identification number registered on Omnicomm Online and not corresponding with the previous one, or upon driver deassignment from the VH
  • Device tampering
  • Returning to the main power supply
  • Changing to the backup battery supply (Omnicomm Profi terminals only)
  • OBDII. Check Engine activation.

The “Auxiliary equipment” section:

  • Date and time of auxiliary equipment switching on/ off
  • Exceeding allowed value for auxiliary equipment
  • Exiting area of exceeding allowed value for auxiliary equipment
  • Address at which the event took place, if address display was switched on during setup

The “Routes” section:

  • Overriding the route borders
  • Start of the trip
  • Visiting the control points
  • Trip completion

The “iQFreeze” section:

  • Changing the set-point temperature
  • Door closing
  • Switching to increased RPM
  • Changing the refrigerator operating mode
  • Setting the predetermined temperature
  • The temperature is outside of the tolerance range
  • Switching to reduced RPM
  • Data transfer interruption
  • Door opening
  • The temperature is back within the tolerance range
  • Refrigerator operation error

The “TPMS” section:

  • Drop in the tire pressure
  • Increase in tire temperature
  • Possible violation of axis geometry
  • Increase in the tire pressure
  • Temperature normalization in the tire
  • No data from the Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • Pressure restored
  • Sudden loss of pressure

The “Safe Driving” section:

  • Movement with lights off
  • Exceeding of allowed speed limit
  • Positive acceleration threshold exceeding
  • Vertical acceleration threshold exceeding
  • Traffic violation. Overspeeding
  • Operation with overheated engine
  • No valid GPS data
  • Movement with unfastened seatbelts
  • Short-term exceeding of maximum speed limit
  • Negative acceleration threshold exceeding
  • Allowed turning speed exceeding
  • Long idling
  • Operation in low RPM mode
  • Exceeding of maximum speed limit
  • Short-term exceeding of allowable speed limit
  • Lateral acceleration threshold exceeding
  • Maximum turning speed exceeding
  • Operation with cold engine
  • Operation in high RPM mode

A description of data sources for safe driving parameters is provided in Omnicomm Online. Administration Manual. "Bad habits" section.

In the “Address Display Settings” section, select:

  • Display the address - turn on to display the address of the current vehicle location
  • All - turn on to display the complete vehicle address
  • Abbreviations - turn on to abbreviate address parameters (such as st., ave.)

Select the parameters to display in the address:

  • Country
  • Region
  • City/town
  • Street
  • Building
  • Zip code

SafeDrive: Violations Details

Only the violations recorded according to the list of bad habits are displayed in the "SafeDrive: Violations details" report, (see Omnicomm Online. Administration Manual. The "Bad habits" section.) In order to display a violation, all the conditions of a bad habit must be recorded simultaneously (event, weather conditions, time of the day). If the "Safe driving" service is enabled, but the list of bad habits has not been filled out, the system will use the default list of bad habits.

  1. Select the vehicles or the drivers
  2. Select a time period
  3. Press the “Add report” button and select “SafeDrive: Violations details”

 The “SafeDrive: Violations details” report

To select the information displayed in the report, right-click and select “Report settings”:

 Setting up the “SafeDrive: Violations details” report

The table report contains the following data:

  • Driver – details of the driver registered on the vehicle
  • Vehicle - the name of the vehicle
  • Bad habit - the name of the bad habit
  • Date - the date and time of the start of violation
  • Duration - violation duration
  • Vertical, axial, and transverse acceleration - acceleration values on the Z, Y, and X axes
  • Headlights - the status of the lights (on/off)
  • Seatbelt - the status of the seatbelt (fastened/unfastened)
  • Penalty points - the number of points corresponding to the violation according to the bad habits settings
  • Address - the address or the name of the geofence where the violation was recorded

To download the Excel file or to print the table report, right-click and select the required option.

To display the graphic report and track, select the violation from the list.

The graphic report is displayed depending on the recorded event:

  • The “Speed” report:

Exceeding the permissible speed limit

Exceeding the maximum speed limit

Short-term exceeding of the maximum speed limit

Short-term exceeding of the permissible speed limit

Exceeding the positive acceleration threshold

Exceeding the negative acceleration threshold

Exceeding the lateral acceleration threshold

Exceeding the vertical acceleration threshold

Exceeding the permissible speed for approaching the turn

Exceeding the maximum speed for approaching the turn

Violation of traffic rules. Exceeding the speed limit

  • The “Engine RPM” report:

Long term idle engine operation

Operation at low RPM

Operation at high RPM

  • The “Auxiliary Equipment operation” report:

Movement with lights off

Movement with seat belts unfastened

SafeDrive: Drivers Rating

Only the violations recorded according to the list of bad habits are displayed in the "SafeDrive: Drivers rating" report, (see Omnicomm Online. Administration Manual. The "Bad habits" section.) In order to display a violation, all the conditions of a bad habit must be recorded simultaneously (event, weather conditions, time of the day). If the "Safe driving" service is enabled, but the list of bad habits has not been filled out, the system will use the default list of bad habits.

  1. Select the vehicles or the drivers
  2. Select a time period
  3. Press the “Add report” button and select “SafeDrive: Drivers rating”

 The “SafeDrive: Drivers rating” report

In the “Number of violations” section:

  • For the selected period - the total number of violations for the chosen period recorded for the selected vehicles/drivers
  • For the corresponding period in the past - number of violations for the same period in the past
  • Decreased by/Increased by - the difference, in percentage, between the current period and a corresponding one in the past

Color code: decrease - green. Increase - red.

In the “Bad habits” section:

The rating shows the distribution of violations by type.

Color code: critical violations - red, non-critical violations - blue.

To select the information displayed in the report, right-click and select “Report settings”:

 Setting up the “SafeDrive: Drivers rating” report

The table report contains the following data:

  • Vehicle/Driver - information about the vehicle or the driver registered on the vehicle
  • Mileage, km
  • Actual fuel consumption per 100 km, l
  • Time of operation at idle RPM, %
  • Number of violations – the number of violations registered during the period
  • Penalty points - the number of points corresponding to each violation according to the bad habits settings
  • % of violations – percentage of total points for violations of all objects over the selected time period

You can sort by any column in a table report.

To upload the table report to an Excel file, right-click and select “Export to .xls”.

Other

Current State

  1. Select the vehicles
  2. Press the “Add report” button and from the “Reports” list select “Current state”

«Current state» report

The report contains the following information:

  • Vehicle name
  • Address - address of the last identified vehicle location
  • Driver
  • Main/additional fuel – fuel volume in the main and additional tanks
  • Speed - current speed
  • Latest data
  • GPS - validity of the GPS data. Possible options: Correct, GPS data not available
  • Current auxiliary equipment readings
  • Total mileage as per CAN, km

The address format can be set up in the object tree (see Settings of objects tree).

Visiting the Geofences

  1. Select a vehicle or geofence
  2. Please select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press button “Add report” and select “Visiting the Geofences”

“Visiting the Geofences” report

To select the information displayed in the report, right-click and select “Report settings”:

Setting up the «Geofences» report

“Total values only” - if enabled, only the total values of parameters will be displayed in the report. The times of entering and leaving the geofence will not be displayed

“Group by the second column” - enables grouping by geofence name. When grouping by the second column is disabled, the items are grouped by the time of entering a geofence

“Movement outside of geofences” - enables displaying vehicle movement parameters outside of geofences

Right-click the mouse to enable the display of parameters outside geofences and additional grouping by geofences:

“Geofence visiting” report

This report contains the following information on the VH:

  • VH is a VH registration number or name
  • Geofence is a geofence name
  • Time of entering the geofence is date and time of entrace to thegeofence dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm
  • Time of exiting the geofence is date and time of exit from the geofence of dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm
  • Duration of staying inside the geofence, hh:mm
  • Number of visits is a number VH geofence entries within the selected period of time
  • Mileage, km is a mileage of the VH in the geofence
  • Mileage with exceeding the maximum allowed speed, km - mileage exceeding the maximum allowed speed set in the vehicle profile
  • Average speed in motion, (km/h) is an average VH motion speed in the geofence
  • Movement time is time during which the VH was moving in the geofence, hh:mm:ss
  • Downtime is time during which the VH's downtime was identified when the VH was in the geofence, hh:mm:ss
  • Downtime, (hh: mm: ss) is time within a period which will be calculated using a formula:

“Downtime” = “time of operation under rated load” – “idle time within period” – “overultimate load time”

  • General consumption, l is general consumption of the VH when the VH is in the geofence
  • Volume of refueling, l is a volume of fuel refueled when the VH is in the geofence
  • Volume of draining, l is volume of fuel drained when the VH is in the geofence

Calculation of the VH presence in the geofence:

− If at the period the VH was in the geofence, duration of the stay in the geofence shall be calculated from the period start and to the moment of escape from the geofence or end of period depending on which of these events took place earlier. I.e. if a moment of exit from the geofence is earlier than an end of period, the duration shall be calculated from the period start to the moment of exit from the geofence. In “Time of entrance to the geofence” field the dash “-” will be displayed.

− If at the period end the VH was in the geofence, duration of the stay in the geofence shall be calculated from the entry to the geofence or a period start depending on which of these events took place later and till the period end. If the moment of entry to the geofence is later, that the period start, duration of stay shall be calculated from the moment of entry to the geofence to the period end. In the field “Time of entry to the geofence” dash “-” shall be displayed.

− If the period end is greater than the current time, when calculating duration, the current time instead of period end shall be used.

  • Treated area, ha
  • Productivity, ha/hour
  • Rated consumption, l/ha

Dynamic geofences can be created in the vehicle profile (see Omnicomm Online. Administration Guide. The "Profile editing" section).

Log

Report “Log” allows review of “raw” data received by Omnicomm Online from the terminals.

  1. Select a VH
  2. Select a period of time for report generation

«Log» report

Select information to be displayed in the report by pressing the right mouse button and choosing “Report settings”:

Setting up the «Log» report

Exception - used for correct calculating the mileage and displaying the “Track” report if there are points with coordinate drift. Check the boxes in the “Exception” column in the rows where a coordinate drift was recorded. Right-click and select “Save exception”. The points will be excluded for all users with rights to the vehicle for which an exception is applied.

To remove an exception, uncheck the box and select “Save exceptions”.

This feature is only available to the users with the corresponding rights.

After the exception is applied, the system will automatically recalculate all reports.

Report contains the following information on the selected vehicle:

The “General” section:

  • Date and time is date and time of the event
  • Ignition is a state of ignition at the certain moment (On or Off)
  • GPRS is presence or absence of GPRS at the given moment
  • GPS is presence or absence of data from GPS at the given moment
  • Number of satellites is a number of satellites based on which GPS data were determined at the given moment
  • Coordinates are coordinates (latitude and longitude) of the vehicle location at the given moment, measured in degrees or message “Connection of on-board equipment” at the moment of connection of the terminal with the Communication server. If the number of satellites for coordinates determination is less than 4, coordinates are displayed grey
  • Direction is direction of vehicle motion (N (North); NE (Northeast); E (East); SE (Southeast); S (South); SW (Southwest); W (West); NE (Northwest))
  • Height, (m) is altitude of the VH above the sea level
  • Mileage, (km) is path travelled by the car
  • GPS speed, (km/h) is VH speed at the given moment determined by GPS
  • Ipm. speed is a value of speed in kilometers per hour by the data from the regular meter or read from the CAN-bus depending on the speed input settings on Omnicomm online software
  • Acceleration (m/s2) is a value of VH acceleration
  • Revolutions means level of revolutions per minute by data from tachometer or read from the CAN-bus depending from the settings on Omnicomm Configurator software
  • ON voltage is voltage of VH onboard network (V). For Omnicomm Profi in case of operation from reserve battery, voltage of reserve battery (RB)
  • Data on CAN-bus
  • Values from four universal inputs
  • LLS1, LLS2, LLS3, LLS4, LLS5, LLS6 is code from the first to the sixth by LLS fuel level sensor. If there is no calibration table for this sensor, “0” is displayed grey
  • T (LLS1), T (LLS2), T (LLS3), T (LLS4), T (LLS5), T (LLS6) is temperature (C°) output from the first to the sixth sensor of LLS fuel level sensor. If there is no calibration table for the sensor, “0” is displayed grey
  • LLS1 status, LLS2 status, LLS3 status, LLS4 status, LLS5 status, LLS6 status:

− Ready, the sensor is connected and shows correct data

− No, the sensor is not connected or adaptive data collection in the Terminal is on

− Error, the sensor is connected, but shows incorrect data

− Not ready, the sensor is ready, but power supply to the sensor started less than 15 seconds ago

  • “Volume of fuel dispensing”, (l) (for fuel tanker only) is volume of fuel dispensed through fuel nozzle
  • “The source of event” is condition for creation of an event by the Terminal (turning point, timer)

The “CAN parameters” section:

  • Parking brake status
  • Accelerator pedal position, %
  • Engine oil pressure, kPa
  • Engine coolant temperature, °C
  • Fuel temperature, °C
  • Engine oil temperature, °C
  • Daily fuel consumption, l
  • Instantaneous fuel economy, km/l
  • Engine RPM
  • Daily mileage, km
  • Total mileage, km
  • Total time of engine operation, h
  • Overall fuel consumption, l
  • Position of the service brake pedal
  • Clutch pedal position
  • Cruise Control status
  • Axle load, kg
  • Status of the service brake pedal
  • Status of the clutch pedal
  • Mileage before the next maintenance, km
  • Engine operation time before the next Maintenance, h
  • Instantaneous speed, km/h
  • Doors status
  • Seatbelts status
  • CAN rpm
  • OBDII. Mileage after error reset, km
  • OBDII. Time after error reset, h
  • OBDII. Fuel level, %
  • OBDII. VIN (VH Identification number)
  • OBDII. Check Engine error

The “iQFreeze” section:

  • CHU temperature
  • Refrigerator temperature in section 2
  • Refrigerator temperature in section 3
  • Set-point temperature
  • Set-point temperature 2
  • Set-point temperature 3
  • Ambient temperature
  • Coolant temperature
  • Engine rpm
  • Compressor configuration
  • System status
  • Door status
  • Battery voltage
  • Battery current
  • Operating hours from the engine
  • Operating hours from the onboard network
  • Unit serial number
  • Trailer serial number
  • Number of errors
  • Code of the most critical error
  • Code of 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th most critical errors
  • IQFreeze serial number
  • IQFreeze firmware version
  • IQFreeze Bluetooth name
  • Unit type
  • Connection to CHU
  • Digital inputs No.1, No.2

The “Tire Pressure Monitoring” section:

  • Wheel number: current pressure, kPa
  • Wheel number: current temperature, °C
  • Wheel number: wheel sensor connection status
  • Wheel number: sensor battery charge
  • Wheel number: message sending reason. Possible values: recurrent sending, air leakage, rapid air leakage, tire re-inflated

The “Safe Driving” section:

  • Violation source
  • Speed threshold, km/h
  • RPM threshold, rpm
  • Acceleration threshold, m/s2
  • Lateral acceleration threshold, m/s2
  • Braking acceleration threshold, m/s2
  • Vertical acceleration threshold, m/s2
  • Acceleration along the X-axis, m/s2
  • Acceleration along the Y-axis, m/s2
  • Acceleration along the Z-axis, m/s2
  • Accelerometer status

“Technical parameters operation displaying” - check the box to display the technical operation parameters (e.g. load on the ALM axis). Also, to display the axis load, it is necessary to adjust the settings in the vehicle profile, see Profile editing

The “GenComm generators” section:

  • Oil pressure, kPa
  • Coolant temperature, °C
  • Voltage of the charging generator, V
  • Frequency of the output voltage, Hz
  • L1, L2, L3 voltage, V
  • L1-L2, L2-L3, L1-L3 line voltages, V
  • L1, L2, L3 currents, A
  • L1, L2, L3 active power, W
  • L1, L2, L3 total powers, kVA
  • L1, L2, L3 reactive power, kvar
  • Power factor
  • Motor hours
  • Total energy generated, kW⋅h
  • Fuel volume, %
  • Charge current, A
  • Battery voltage, V
  • Revolutions, rpm
  • Diesel status
  • Status of the diesel-driven generator set

Optional parameters:

  • FLS PMP-201, Struna+

To change the width of a column, select the border of the column and drag it while holding the left button of the mouse.

Display parameters as a graph

  1. Select a column with a parameter
  2. Right-click and select “Display as a graph”

Parameter graph

When a point is selected on the graph, the corresponding row in the “Log” report is automatically highlighted.

Hiding rows with parameter values that are equal to zero or missing

  1. Select a column that contains rows with valid and missing parameter values
  2. Right-click and select “Hide rows with empty cells”
  3. Rows with missing values will be hidden in the report. To show rows again, right-click and select “Reset all filters”.

Let's take the column with the parameter “oil pressure in the engine” as an example.

To hide the empty cells: Log to hide empty cells report After the empty cells have been hidden: Log after empty cells report

Parameters for which the option of hiding rows does not apply:

  • Row number
  • Date and time
  • Ignition key position
  • GSM connection
  • GPS data validity
  • Digital output status
  • Event source
  • Sensor level code
  • Sensor temperature
  • Sensor readiness
  • Coordinates
  • GPS speed
  • Pulse speed
  • Dispensed fuel volume
  • Power
  • Battery charge percentage
  • Direction
  • Number of satellites
  • Height
  • Mileage
  • UI1…UI4
  • OBDII. Mileage after error reset, km
  • OBDII. Time after error reset, h
  • OBDII. Fuel level, %
  • OBDII. VIN (VH Identification number)
  • OBDII. Check Engine error

Drivers Registration

  1. Select a vehicle or a driver
  2. Please select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press “Add report button” and select “Driver registration”

«Driver registration» report

To set up the report, press the right mouse button and select “Report settings”:

«Driver registration» report settings

This report contains the following information:

  • VH name is a registration number of name the VH
  • Driver, last name and first name of the driver assigned to VH
  • Start of registration is date and time of the driver assignment to the VH. If “-” is specified, assignment of the driver to this VH was performed before the selected period of the report generation
  • End of registration is date and time of the driver deassignment from the VH. If “-” is specified, deassigment of the driver from the VH is scheduled later than end of the selected period of report generation * Duration, hh: mm: ss is duration of driver assignment to the VH within the selected period
  • Initial volume, (l)
  • Final volume, (l)
  • Actual consumption during the period, (l)
  • Refueling volume, (l)
  • Draining volume, (l)
  • Consumption per 100 km, (l)

Description of the fuel parameters calculation is given in the Appendix.

Communication with the Driver

  1. Select the vehicle or the driver
  2. Select the time period for report generation
  3. Press the “Add report” button and select “Communication with the driver“

«Communication with the driver» report

To select the information displayed in the report, right-click and select “Report settings”:

«Communication with the driver» report settings

In the “General Settings” section:

Direction - the direction of the message. Possible options:

  • From OO to the vehicle - when sending a message from Omnicomm Online to the terminal
  • From the vehicle to OO - when sending a message from the mobile app to change a status or to send a message to the dispatcher

Status - the status of the message. Possible options:

  • The message has been read on ICON
  • The message has been confirmed on ICON
  • The message has not been confirmed on ICON
  • Could not find the message on ICON
  • The message has been sent to ICON
  • The message has been received on ICON

Sender - name of the user or vehicle, depending on the direction the message was sent in

Recipient - name of the user or vehicle, depending on the direction the message was sent in

Driver's name - the name of the driver registered at the authorization

Message - the text of the message

Created - date and time when the message was created in Omnicomm Online

Sent - date and time when the message was sent to the terminal

Urgent, include a sound signal - play a sound signal when the message arrives

Remind to confirm the message using a sound signal

Received - date and time when the message was received by the terminal and displayed on the Omnicomm ICON display. If the message has not been received, ”-“ will be displayed.

Confirmed - date and time when the message was confirmed as read on the Omnicomm ICON display. If the message has not been confirmed, ”-“ will be displayed.

Job Status

  1. Select the vehicle or the driver
  2. Select the time period for report generation
  3. Press the “Add report” button and select “Job status”

«Job status» report

Possible status values:

«Job status» report

To select the information displayed in the report, right-click and select “Report settings”:

«Job status» report settings

The “Current Report” section - information at the current time:

  • Driver's name - the name of the driver registered at the identification
  • Remaining fuel level in liters
  • Vehicle mileage, km
  • Fuel level of the vehicle in %
  • Receiving status date
  • Selection status date
  • Current position
  • Key - ignition key status Possible values: on, off

The “Detailed Report” section - information about the statuses for the period of report generation:

  • Driver's name
  • Date when the status became effective
  • Status expiry date
  • Duration of the status
  • Fuel consumption per CAN, l
  • Fuel consumption, l
  • Location where the status became effective
  • Status expiry location
  • Mileage at the beginning of status activation
  • Mileage at status expiry
  • Mileage during the period of status activation as per CAN, km
  • Mileage during the period of status activation according to GPS, km

To send a message to drivers:

  1. Select a vehicle
  2. Right-click and select “Send a message to the driver”. Maximum message length: 128 characters.

Send message

If necessary, you can select multiple vehicles to simultaneously send them the message.

Multimedia

  1. Select one or several VH
  2. Select a period of time
  3. Press “Add report” button and select “Multimedia”
  4. Open the “Pictures” and “Video” tab

«Multimedia» report

Choosing a picture:

«Viewing a picture» report

To save a picture, right-click and select “Save image as”.

When choosing videos:

«Video» report

The report contains the following information:

  • Vehicle - the name of the vehicle
  • Channel name - the name of the camera with which the video was recorded.
  • Action - actions that can be performed with the video clip. Possible values:
    • Watch - play the video
    • Delete - delete the video
    • Cancel - cancel video order
    • Restart - order the video again after canceling or after an error
  • Video clip start and end time
  • Task status. Possible values:
    • Completed - the video has been uploaded to Omnicomm Online
    • In progress - the video is being uploaded
    • Canceled - the video order has been canceled
    • Error - an error occurred when processing the video Possible errors:
      • Task timeout
      • No video available for the selected period of time
      • A task with these parameters has been created before
      • No task order has been found
      • Conversion error. 5 attempts (video conversion error)
      • Video terminal not found
      • Video terminal not available (no connection with the terminal)
      • Profile settings error
      • No space on disk (there is not enough space on the disk and the old data deletion option is turned off)
  • Initiator. Possible values:
    • User - the video was uploaded upon user order
    • Event - the video upload was triggered by an event

To play the video click “Watch”:

Watching video

To order video click the “Order video” button. A window will open:

Order video

Vehicle - select the vehicle

Camera - select the name of the camera connected to the selected vehicle

Select the date and time of the video clip to upload.

Duration - select the duration of the video clip. Possible values - from 30 sec to 10 min.

Maximum video waiting time. Possible options:

  • Limited - specify the time after which the video download task will be automatically canceled
  • Unlimited - the video downloading task will wait for the execution for an unlimited amount of time

To automatically order a video in Omnicomm Online by event, configure it in the “Administration”/“Rules for automatic creation of a task” section.

Photographs are related to “Track” report. When opening two reports and selecting “Photographs” line of the report the place on the map where the photographs were taken is highlighted automatically and a help message with information on VH is displayed (dates, time, VH speed, address, mileage and state of ignition).

The report does not display automatic tasks for video download with an “Error” status. To display them, right-click and select “Show hidden tasks”.

Trip Report

  1. Select a vehicle or a route
  2. Select the time period for report generation
  3. Press the “Add report” button and select “Trip report”

«Trip report»

To select the information displayed in the report, right-click and select “Report settings”:

Setting up the «Trip report»

“Vehicle name or Route” - one or more vehicles, or one or more routes, for which the report has been generated.

“Trip start (hh:mm DD.MM.YY)” - the date and time when the vehicle leaves the geofence of the start of the route and the planned departure time specified in the trip schedule settings. If the actual time has not been determined and the scheduled time of departure has not been specified in the trip schedule settings, “-” is displayed.

“End of the trip (hh:mm DD.MM.YY)” - the date and time of the actual completion of the trip and/or the scheduled time of the end of the trip if the time of departure and the time between control points is specified in the settings. If the actual time has not been determined and the scheduled time of the end of the trip has not been specified, “-” is displayed.

“Status” - the current trip status. Possible values:

  • “In progress” - the vehicle left the geofence of the start of the route and the trip has not been completed
  • “Completed” - the vehicle entered the geofence of the route end
  • “Terminated because the maximum duration of route control has expired” - the trip was terminated automatically after the maximum duration of route control specified in the route settings has run out
  • “Force stopped” - terminated by pressing the button in the “Active trips” report
  • “Not carried out” - the vehicle did not leave the geofence of the start of the route at the schedule departure time, taking into account the allowed deviation

“Control point no.” - sequence number of the control point specified in the route settings. The control points are listed in the order they were visited. The missed control points are displayed at the bottom of the list.

“Control point name” - name of the geofence defining the control point.

“Visiting time (DD.MM.YYYY hh:mm)” - the time of entering the geofence, which defines the control point.

“Violations” - violations which took place while visiting control points if the control of visits or of the order of control points is enabled in the route settings or if the vehicle has gone beyond the geofence delimiting the route.

If a violation occurred while visiting the control point, the corresponding row is highlighted in red. If no violations occurred while visiting control points, “-” is displayed. Possible violation values:

  • “Late/Early”
  • “Missed control points”
  • “Wrong order of control points”

“Mileage” - mileage over the period of time between adjacent control points. For the starting point of the trip “-” is displayed.

Total value for all vehicles (if the report is generated for selected vehicles) - the value of the fuel volume at the time of the last control point visit.

Total value for all routes (if the report is generated for selected routes) “-” is displayed.

“Volume of fuel tanking, l (for vehicles)” - the total volume of fuel refilled for the period of time between adjacent control points.

Total value for the trip – the total of all values of the volume of refilled fuel at all control points of the trip.

Total value for all trips – the total of all values of the volume of refilled fuel for all trips.

Total value for all vehicles or routes – the total of all values of the volume of refilled fuel for all vehicle's or route's trips.

“Volume of fuel tanking, l (for fuel tankers)” - the total volume of tanking for the period of time between adjacent control points.

Total value for the trip – the total of all values of the volume of filled fuel for all control points of the trip.

Total value for all trips – the total of all values of the volume of filled fuel for all trips.

Total value for all vehicles or routes – the total of all values of the volume of filled fuel for all vehicle's or route's trips.

“Volume of fuel draining, l” - the total volume of drained fuel for the period of time between adjacent control points.

Total value for the trip – the total of all values of the volume of drained fuel at all control points of the trip.

Total value for all trips – the total of all values of the volume of drained fuel for all trips.

Total value for all vehicles or routes – the total of all values of the volume of drained fuel for all vehicle's or route's trips.

“Volume of duel dispensing, l (for refuelers)” - the total volume of dispensed fuel for the period of time between adjacent control points.

Total value for the trip – the total volume of dispensed fuel at all control points of the trip.

Total value for all trips – the total volume of dispensed fuel for all trips.

Total value for all vehicles or routes – the total volume of dispensed fuel for all vehicle's or route's trips.

“Consumption per 100 km, l (for vehicles)” - consumption per 100 km for the period between adjacent control points.

Total value for the trip – the total of all values of fuel consumption per 100 km at all control points of the trip.

Total value for all trips – the total of all values of fuel consumption per 100 km for all trips.

Total value for all vehicles or routes – the total of all fuel consumption per 100 km for all vehicle's or route's trips.

Group Work

  1. Select one or several VH or drivers
  2. Select a period of time for report generation
  3. Press “Add report” button and select “Group work”

«Group work» report

Set up the shifts schedule by pressing the right mouse button and selecting “Shifts setup”. The window will open, in which you will see a line with schedule to be added.

Setting up the shifts

In the fields “Shift 1 start”, “Shift 2 start”, “Shift 3 start”, “Shift 3 start” enter the time in hh:mm format, from which the start of the first, second, third and fourth shifts will be accounted.

In the fields “Shift 1 end», “Shift 2 end”, “Shift end 4” enter the time in hh:mm format starting from which the end of shift will be accounted.

In column “Current” select the checkbox. Press “Save” button.

Select the information to be displayed in the report by pressing the right mouse button and choosing “Report settings”:

Setting up the «Group work» report

In the “Shift display settings” section:

  • Calculation by shifts
  • Start of work during a shift
  • End of work during a shift
  • Shift no. 1, 2, 3, 4
  • Off-shift
  • Per shift day

In the “Movement and Operation” section:

  • Mileage, km
  • Mileage with speeding, km
  • Engine operation time, hh:mm:ss
  • Time of idle engine operation, hh:mm:ss
  • Time of engine operation without movement, hh:mm:ss
  • Maximum speed, km/h
  • Mileage at the beginning of the period, km
  • Mileage at the end of the period
  • Time of movement, hh:mm:ss
  • Time with engine turned off, hh:mm:ss
  • Time of engine operation at regular rpm, hh:mm:ss
  • Time of engine operation under load, hh:mm:ss
  • Average speed in movement, km/h
  • Time of engine operation at maximum rpm, hh:mm:ss

In the “Fuel” (main tank) section:

  • Initial volume, l
  • Final volume, l
  • Actual fuel consumption, l
  • Estimated consumption rate per 100 km, l
  • Overconsumption against the rate per 100 km, l
  • Refueling volume, l
  • Draining volume, l
  • Tanking volume, l
  • Dispensing volume, l
  • Actual consumption per 100 km, l
  • Actual consumption per engine hour, l
  • Actual consumption per hour of engine operation, l
  • Overconsumption against the rate per 1 hour of engine operation, l
  • Actual consumption per hour of engine operation in motion, l
  • Actual consumption per hour of engine operation when VH is motionless, l
  • Probable draining / Excess, l
  • Minimum volume, l
  • Maximum volume, l
  • Actual consumption per 100 km in motion, l
  • Actual consumption in motion, l
  • Actual consumption without movement, l
  • Consumption rate per 100 km, l
  • Deviation from the rate per 100 km, l
  • Actual consumption during the time of engine operation, l
  • Fuel consumption rate per hour of engine operation
  • Estimated consumption by rate per hour of engine operation, l
  • Deviation from the rate per hour of engine operation, %

In the “Fuel” (additional tank) section:

  • Initial volume, l
  • Final volume, l
  • Actual consumption, l
  • Refueling volume, l
  • Draining volume, l
  • Minimum volume, l
  • Maximum volume, l
  • Actual consumption per 100 km, l

In the “Auxiliary Equipment operation” section:

  • Maximum value during the period
  • Minimum value during the period
  • Total value during the period
  • Mileage when VH's auxiliary equipment is On, km
  • Time of operation, hour:min:sec
  • Idle time, hour:min:sec
  • Time of operation above the allowable value
  • Time of operation below the allowable value
  • Consumption with auxiliary equipment turned on, l
  • Consumption with auxiliary equipment turned on per motor hour, l
  • Consumption with auxiliary equipment turned on per 100 km, l

In the “Meter readings (CAN bus data)” section:

  • Engine hour meter reading, hour:min
  • Fuel consumption meter reading, l
  • CAN odometer reading at the beginning of the period/shift, km
  • CAN odometer reading at the end of the period/shift, km

In the “Meter readings before maintenance (CAN bus data)” section:

  • Mileage before Maintenance service, km
  • Engine hours before Maintenance service, hour

In the “CAN data during the report period” section:

  • Mileage, km
  • Engine hours, hour:min
  • Fuel consumption, l

“Report Object Groups” - enable to display the names of groups that the vehicles belong to.

Group Ratings

This report allows you to group vehicle ratings by the following parameters: Mileage / Engine hours / Fuel consumption / Fuel consumption per 100 km / Operation under load

  1. Select several VH
  2. Select the time period for report generation
  3. Press the “Add report” button and select “Diagram: Group ratings”
  4. Select a parameter to build a rating

The "Diagram: Group ratings" report

The following color-coding is used in the report:

  • Green - the vehicle operation does not exceed the parameter limit
  • Red - the vehicle operation exceeds the parameter limit

Active Trips

This report displays the current status of the trips. Active trips are those that have not been completed at the time when the report was generated or completed no later than the time specified in the report settings.

  1. Select one or more vehicles or drivers
  2. Select the time period for report generation
  3. Press the “Add report” button and select “Active trips”

«Active trips» report

To select the information displayed in the report, right-click and select “Report settings”:

Setting up the «Active trips» report

“Additional display time, min” - the time after the trip is completed, during which the trip is still displayed in the report.

The report contains the following information:

“Route” - name of the route

“Vehicle” - name or registration number of the vehicle

“Scheduled start time of the trip” - the date and time when the vehicle leaves the geofence of the start of the route, specified in the trip schedule settings

“Actual start time of the trip” - the date and time when the vehicle actually left the geofence of the start of the route

“Actual trip duration” - the actual duration of the trip calculated in one of the following ways:

  • If the trip has not been completed, the actual duration is equal to the current time minus the actual trip start time
  • If the trip was completed, the actual duration is equal to the time when the trip was completed minus the actual trip start time:

“Scheduled end of the trip” - date and time when the vehicle enters the geofence of the end of the route. It is calculated in one of the following ways:

  • If in the route settings for the geofence of the end of the route, the “time from the beginning of the route” is set and the “scheduled time of departure” is set in the trip schedule:

“Scheduled end of the trip” = “Scheduled time of departure” + “Time from the start of the route in the geofence of the end of the route”.

  • If in the route settings for the geofence of the end of the route, the “time from the beginning of the route” is set and the “scheduled time of departure” is not set in the trip schedule:

“Scheduled end of the trip” = “Actual start of the trip” + “Time from the start of the route”

  • If in the route settings for the geofence of the end of the route, the “time from the beginning of the route” is not set and the “scheduled time of departure” and the “actual start of the trip” have not been set in the trip schedule: The “Scheduled end of the trip” is displayed as “-”.

“Latest data from the vehicle” - date and time when the latest data was received from the vehicle completing the trip.

“Date and time of the last event” - date and time of the last events for the active trips.

“Last event” and “Event parameters” contain brief information on the status of the active trip. Possible events:

  • “Waiting for departure” is recorded under the following conditions:
    • “scheduled time of departure” is set in the trip settings
    • the current time is more than the “Scheduled time of departure” - “Allowable deviation from the scheduled time of departure”
    • the “Trip started” event was not recorded and the maximum time of route control has not expired
  • “Trip started” is registered when the vehicle leaves the geofence of the start of the route. If “Scheduled time of departure” and “Allowable deviation from the scheduled time” are set in the trip settings, the “Delay” parameter is displayed with the number of minutes.
  • “Control point visited” is recorded when the vehicle visits a control point. Event parameters:
    • If “Scheduled departure time” and “Allowable deviation from the scheduled time” are specified in the settings of the route control point, the “Late/Early” parameter will be displayed with the number of minutes
    • If the vehicle missed one or more control points, the “Previous missed control points” parameter is displayed
    • If the vehicle visited all control points of the route but the order of control points set in the route settings was violated, the “Wrong order of control points” parameter is displayed
  • “Trip completed” is recorded only if the vehicle entered the geofence of the end of the route or the maximum allowable time for completing the trip set in the route settings has expired. Possible parameters:
    • If the control points order is enabled and the scheduled time of departure is specified in the route settings, the “Late/Early” parameter is displayed with the number of minutes
    • If the control points order is enabled in the route settings and violations in the order of control points have been recorded, the “Missed control points” parameter is displayed with the names of the control points
  • “Trip force stopped” is recorded when the trip was terminated using the “Force stop” button in the “Active trips” report
  • “Trip not carried out” is recorded if the vehicle did not leave the geofence of the start of the route at the scheduled departure time, taking into account the allowable deviation from the scheduled departure