The Charts page lets you perform graphical comparisons of key measures and target values for vehicles, drivers, and groups. You can quickly perform and analyze trends and spot problem areas in fuel consumption. The information below your name on the right tells you which assets are included in the metrics.
You can save chart settings and use them to compare data using the same measures and targets for different date ranges. For example, if your date range is for the last 30 days, you can use the chart each month for the previous month's analysis.
- If you do not receive data by driver (drivers log in), use vehicles and vehicle groups to show data
- Use your browser print icon to print the chart after selecting your measures and targets
- Incorrect or incomplete data is automatically omitted in calculations. Click here to learn more about omitted data.
- Specify the dates to include
- Options include backward from the present time or a specified range of dates
- Click Set.
Key Performance Measures
Select the key performance measures to analyze. You can use the same key measure to compare different groups, such as fuel efficiency based on managers, or to compare different key measures, such as intertrip idle % compared to short idle%. You can chart up to five key measures.
- Click Add
- Click Select Entity and select the vehicle, driver or group to analyze
- For a group to appear in the list, it must contain at least one selected, authorized asset
- Select the key measure to chart for this entity from the drop-down list
- The information is plotted and is identified by the color next to the selected entity
- To remove a key performance measure added in error, click X.
Key Performance Targets
Targets let you compare the selected key performance measures against the company target with a specified tolerance. You can chart one or two targets.
- Click Add
- Click Select Target and select the measure to analyze. If a target label appears, click it to select a different target
- Click Save
- Enter the tolerance to view
- Tolerance is plotted as a transparent layer showing the variation to the target that you find acceptable