The trips summary reporting feature within the MyGeotab fleet management software system gives users a summarized view of all historic trip information, including fleet performance. Visualizing data in a meaningful context allows users to quickly compare how well (or poorly) vehicles, drivers or groups are performing as a whole and in relation to each other. In this post, we will explore the usage of trips summary reporting and the powerful tools it provides to organize and analyse fleet trip data.
Note: If you have a very large fleet of vehicles you may want to use the organization filter in the top left hand corner to select a subset of vehicles by selecting a sub group.
Navigate to the Trips History page by clicking:
A list of data rows will be generated. Each data row contains the:
The results are sorted by distance by default, starting with the vehicle that has traveled the longest distance. Multiple sorting options are available by clicking the Sorting button and selecting a sort method from the list.
The options panel contains some tools that can be used to broaden or narrow the focus of the results.
Under the Date Period heading there is the standard Checkmate date selection control. Below that is the Sub-Period toggle button. Turning the Sub-Period toggle button on will give three options Daily, Weekly and Monthly. When selected, this will break the results down into smaller sub sections for easy comparison of results by Sub Period. Note: this will also add 2 more selection to the Sorting menu.
Under the Display Options heading are three options.
(Example run by groups)
The Trips Summary report is a powerful tool to visualize trip statistics in a simple and meaningful way. Hopefully this quick introduction will help you get started with the simple yet powerful tools available to you in the Trips Summary report.
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