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Requirements

 

IVMS Module Overview

 

 

 

A double click on a driver opens the detailed RAG overview report for this driver. The data of the current year is compared to the last period.

 

False alerts (numbers in brackets)

The number in the brackets stands for the false alerts (that have been marked in the Events List as false alert). A test during installation or other reasons could lead to events that should not be counted as effective event.

 

Event view

You can filter for all IVMS events in this view.

You can set an alert as "false alert" with a comment in this view (e.g. test during installation or wrong data from device). The operators are responsible to mark false alerts and add a comment why the alert is false.

 

Harsh accelerations and brakes

 

Overspeeding view

 

 

 

Seatbelt view

 

 

 

 

Settings for assets to be counted as IVMS asset

The IVMS checkbox on the asset configuration must be activated so that the asset is counted as IVMS asset.

The Light Vehicle checkbox is very important so that the special regulations for light vehicles apply. If this checkbox is empty, the regulations for heavy-vehicles will apply.

 

Device Input configuration

You must set the digital input for each asset that is connected to special signals such as the ignition, the seat belt or the alarm button. The ignition must be configured. If no seatbelt signal nor alarm button is configured, the IVMS system will take the global IVMS settings.

 

Second-by-second driving log (BETA-Feature, this feature will be phased out)

You can dowload the available second-by-second driving log data from your tracking device. Please be aware that this feature requires special device settings (and a special firmware). Past second-by-second data will be deleted from the tracking device storage after some time. We recommend to download the data immediatelly if you need it or to use a standard configuration that sends data every second.

 

IVMS Settings

All IVMS alarms can be configured in the IVMS alarm section:

 

Alarm types (alarm list, email, reports, etc.)

You can select the type of notification if an event occures. If you keep the event "-" empty, the event will not be shown.

Report, view

If you select "Report, View", the event is shown in the alarm table and the alarm & event report.

Email

If you select email, the alert will be sent via email and is shown in the alarm list and alarm report.

Your GPS Fleet Software server needs a valid Google maps business license so that pictures are shown in the alert emails.

SMS

If you select sms, the alert will be sent via SMS and email and is shown in the alarm list and alarm report.

Your GPS Fleet Software server needs a working sms gateway so that the messages are forwarded via sms.Contact your vendor for more details.

Alarm call

If you select Alarm call, the alert will be routed as a automatic voice call and email and is shown in the alarm list and alarm report.

Your GPS Fleet Software server needs a working voice call service so that the messages are forwarded via sms. Contact your vendor for more details.

Report, no view

If you select "Report, no view, the event will be shown in the event list and can be clicked or downloaded as PDF or Excel.

 

 

Beep

If you select Beep alert, the software user will be notified with an acoustic "beep" sound in the browser. The loudspeaker must be turned on.

Overspeeding events

A new overspeeding event is generated under the following conditions

The current road speed limit comes from different sources:

KML-File road-based speeds (version for Oman)

If a KML file is set, the following road based speed limits apply (set by the vendor):

Light VehiclesDay timeNight time
Graded road8050
PDO black top road100100
Government black top road120120


Heavy VehiclesDay timeNight time
Graded road8050
PDO black top road100100
Government black top road100100

Requirements:

The KML street precision is a distance value to match vehicles to a certain KML road type. The KML road is a line and we add a corridor to the line so that the vehicle is recognized for this KML road:

 

Second-by-second accident data

For our special IVMS Teltonika firmware, the software can trigger a download of the last x minutes prior to an event.

Activate the checkboxes to activate the automatic download of the requested data for the events.

Excessive Overspeeding (Life Safety Rule LSR event)

The LSR excessive overspeeding event is triffered under the following conditions:

Seatbelt Violation

Harsh Braking

Harsh Acceleration

Continuing Driving alerts

 

  Driving time in minutes
Light vehiclesLight Vehicle max. total driving time [min]

Maximum driving time per day plus the buffer time: eg. 600 plus 15

driving time = ignition ON and Speed > 1 km/h

 

Light Vehicle max. driving time 1 [min]

=> Excessive Driving Time

XXX minutes driving non-stop with a speed > 1 km/h plus the buffer time

and without a stop (a stop must be longer than 5 minutes without moving)


Continuing Driving - DistanceMaximum driving distance with ignition ON and Speed > 1 km/h since the last minimum break time (speed = 0)
Heavy vehiclesHeavy Vehicle max. total driving time [min]

Maximum driving time per day plus the buffer time: eg. 600 plus 15

driving time = ignition ON and Speed > 1 km/h

 Heavy Vehicle max. driving time 1 [min]

120 minutes non-stop with a speed > 1 km/h plus the buffer time

and without a stop (a stop must be longer than 5 minutes without moving)
 Heavy Vehicle min. break time 1 [min] for a future release
 

 

Heavy Vehicle max. driving time 2 [min]

240 minutes non-stop with a speed > 1 km/h plus the buffer time

and without a stop (a stop must be longer than 5 minutes without moving)
 Heavy Vehicle min. break time 2 [min]  for a future release

Continuing Driving - DistanceMaximum driving distance with ignition ON and Speed > 1 km/h since the last minimum break time (speed = 0)


Overdriving alert comments

After the driving time is exceeded, an alert is generated.

The start TS and End Timestamp are the beginn of the generated alert (start of overdriving alert).

The comment shows the total duration of the overdriving event and the configured limit. The overdriving event starts after the last break that was longer than the minimum break time.

Please note that the overdriving comment will change if the driving event is still on-going (current overdriving trip has not yet ended).

Night Driving Alert

A night driving alert is triggered under the following conditions:

 

Panic Button alert

The Panic or SOS alert is sent if

 

GPS Visibility alert

The GPS visbility event refers to the HDOP value of a device. If a tracking device has no valid GPS signal (HDOP value is 0.0 or 99) AND ignition is ON, this warning event will occur. Please consider that every GPS device will have no GPS during waking up or when entering or leaving a building or garage.


Crash event alert

Requirements:


New Crash Events will be generated as alerts (alarm list and/or email/sms/...)

 

The above limit is the speed limit for this position.



Tampering event

If the device recognizes a movement without ignition, this is called a "Tampering" or tow event.

 

Options for RAG Report Event

The colour code settings can be set as follows.

RAG configuration
Green for scores:below 1 
Orange:between 1 and 3 
Redabove 3 
RAG min. KM for display record1

drivers with less driving distance will not be shown

RAG list displayed days7means that the IVMS module will show data from the last 7 days
The formula values can be changed  
RAG Time Function Fact 1

Used for speeding and seat belt score

e.g.: 10

Speed score = ((Speeding Time*/10)/Trip Distance)*1000  ... speeding seconds per 100 km

Seal belt Score = ((Time without seatbelt*/10)/Trip Distance)*1000

RAG Time Function Fact 2

Used for speeding and seat belt score

e.g.: 1000

Speed score = ((Speeding Time*/10)/Trip Distance)*1000

Seal belt Score = ((Time without seatbelt*/10)/Trip Distance)*1000

RAG Event Function Fact 1

Used for harsh braking and harsh acceleration events

e.g.: 100

Acceleration score = (Number of harsh accelerations/Trip Distance)*100

Deceleration Score = (Number of harsh braking/Trip Distance)*100

Offset values The offset values are used report the IVMS score from the last period (prior to having this system) in order to compare old IVMS score with the current score
ConfigViolation Yes, show in report list yesThe event is counted as violation and shown in the IVMS event list
 

Violation No, show in reports yes

The event is not counted as violation, but shown in the IVMS event list
 Violation No, show in reports noThe event is not counted as violation and not shown in the IVMS event list
Show asset namesWill show the names of the assets in the IVMS table