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ScreenSafe Cloud Manager for Web Reporting & Alerting
The Cloud management of ScreenSafe’s Web Reporting and Alerting functionality allows the Fleet Manager to be able to log into the ScreenSafe online Web Server and view a detailed series of Reports and Alerts on vehicle operation and use. The Fleet Manager can not only view current information and statics on all vehicles in the fleet (assuming the vehicles have onboard communication) but also access historical information on vehicle activity.
Cloud Management, Web Based Reports and Alerts include:
This is the time the vehicle first began moving that day. This feature is great for verifying employee “start work” time.
This is a list of vehicles that ScreenSafe has determined either are not being driven or are being driven without an active GPS device. If the Fleet manager knows employee “Bob” is operating a vehicle with a laptop installed and the ScreenSafe report shows the vehicle has never reported movement, the Fleet manager can deduce that employee “Bob” did not connect the GPS and needs to be reminded to comply with company guidelines
Max Speed Violation
Alerts can be set to notify the Fleet Manager when vehicle speeds exceed limits set in the configuration. Simply set the Max Speed Limit for a speed (say 70 MPH) and Screen Safe will alert both the Driver (verbal warning) and the Fleet Manager (email alert) if the vehicle is traveling at a speed over the limit set.
GPS Disconnected Violation
The GPS Disconnected Violation records any attempt by the driver to disconnect or disable the GPS while the vehicle is moving and the laptop screen is disabled. If the Fleet Manager desires he may choose to automatically DISABLE the laptop until the driver reconnects the GPS Antenna.
Worm Hole Alerting
A Fleet Manager has the ability to monitor compliance with the Use of the ScreenSafe application. The Fleet Manager can view not only active vehicles but inactive vehicles. In the case a vehicle travels xx miles without connecting the GPS antenna, the ScreenSafe application will trigger a “Worm Hole Alert. A Worm Hole is a situation by which a vehicle was last detected at one location and without recording any vehicle movement appears at another, distant location…worm hole.
Detailed Vehicle Trip Report
This is the time the vehicle stopped moving at the end of the day. This feature is great for verifying employee “end work” time as well as all daily activity.
Policy Alert Violations
(based upon configuration settings) include:
- Maximum Speed Exceeded
- Attempting to disconnect the GPS while the Vehicle is in motion
- Driving the vehicle without the GPS Installed (Worm Hole)
- Attempting to leave the defined “Geo-Fencing” Area
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