AT&T Fleet Management for Enterprise/Government

AT&T Fleet Management for Enterprise (AFMFE) delivers real results with GPS tracking information to enable fleets to be more efficient, profitable and customer focused. Vehicle tracking, optional vehicle engine and performance data, and extensive reporting assist in optimizing business operations.

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AT&T Fleet Management for Enterprise/Government Reports Overview

AT&T Fleet Management for Enterprise/Government includes many built-in reports. This tutorial includes a breakdown of the available reports, the information that can be found in them, and how to access them.

Here is a list of the build-in reports:

 

Vehicle Report

Use: Provides a list of vehicles with a device installed as well as vehicle information including settings.

Information included: Vehicle name, VIN, Odometer, type of GO device, license plate (if entered).

Additional Information when exported: Vehicle information, current odometer, device group, last stop address, current activity, firmware version, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Vehicles in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. A list of vehicles displays.
  3. Click on the View drop-down and then click Report.
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  4. The vehicle report displays.
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Watchdog Report

Use: This report helps you monitor the health of your telematics devices.

Information included: Device, group, last known address, last communication date, days since moved, days since communicated, serial number, device status, and link to a map view.

Additional Information when exported: Device plan, last stop latitude, and longitude, zone, VIN, device type, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Vehicles in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. A list of vehicles displays.
  3. Click on the View drop-down and then click Watchdog Report
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  4. The Watchdog Report displays
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Device Install History Report

Use: Provides details of the device install and assists in monitoring install progress and confirmation of installation completion.

Information included: Vehicle name, date of installation, installer name, device serial number, and status of the device.

Additional Information when exported: Install company, device group, last GPS record, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Vehicles in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. A list of vehicles displays.
  3. Click on the More drop-down and then click on Installation history.
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  4. The installation history report displays.
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Trips History Details Report

Use: Historical tracking to examine trip information for a previous date. Selecting an individual trip adds the trip to the map for a visual representation.

Information included: Stop location, stopped time, idle duration, trip time and distance.

Additional Information when exported: Latitude and longitude, maximum trip speed, odometer at the start of a trip, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Map in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Trips history above the map.
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  3. The Trips History Detail Report displays.
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Trips History Summary Report

Use: This report allows you to compare essential driving data for your entire fleet.

Information included: Mileage, driving time, idling time, and zone type duration.

Additional Information when exported: Maximum speed, zone type, stop count, idling duration percentage, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Map in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Trips history above the map.
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  3. Click on Summary above the trip history.
  4. The Trips History Detail Report displays.
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Users Report

Use: List of all the users in the database and includes user information as well as their database clearance level.

Information included: Username, email, clearance level, group, active from, active to, and key ID.

Additional Information when exported: Driver key type, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Administration in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Users.
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  3. Click on the View drop-down and then Report in the menu.
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  4. The User report displays.
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Zones Report

Use: List of all the zones in the database.

Information included: Zone name, group, type, visibility.

Additional information when exported: Zone latitude and longitude, zone displayed, zone stop exception, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Zones & Messages in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Zones.
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  3. Click on the View drop-down and then click on Report in the menu.
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  4. The Zones report displays.
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Groups Report

Use: Lists the groups created in the database

Information included: Group name, comments, parent group

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Rules & Groups in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Groups.
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  3. Click on the View drop-down and then click on Report in the menu.
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  4. The Groups report displays.
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Risk Management Report

Use: The report is often used as a template to create various meaningful reports. For example, driver scorecard – manage driver performance.

Information included: Idling time, distance traveled, average speed, up to 6 exception events (duration, count, and distance), number of after hour trips and a number of stops over certain time thresholds.

Additional Information when exported: Speed bands, total stop count, average speed, total driving duration, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Activity in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Risk Management.
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  3. Select the desired parameters and click the Apply changes button.
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  4. Click on the View drop-down and then click on Report in the menu.
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  5. The Risk Management Report Displays.
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Congregation Report

Use: Determine when more than one vehicle/drivers are close to each other. This report can be used to monitor the productivity of your fleet and ensure there is no unnecessary congregating of vehicles/drivers.

Information included: Vehicle, driver, stop location, date, duration, arrival and departure times

Additional Information when exported: Device group, location zone type, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Activity in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Driver Congregation.
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  3. Select the desired parameters and click the Apply changes button.
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  4. The Congregation report displays.
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Time Card Report

Use: Record accurate work hours of a vehicle making it easier to ensure productivity is being properly recorded. Identification of vehicle utilization and assisting in vehicle assignments.

Information included: The first and last ignition of the day, driving time, idling duration, the location of the last ignition, and zone type duration

Additional Information when exported: Latitude and longitude, maximum speed, location zone type, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Activity in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Work Hours… and then click on Time Card Report.
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  3. Select the desired parameters and click on the Apply changes button.
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  4. Click on the View drop-down and click on Report.
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  5. The Time Card report displays.
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TFTA Report

Use: Total mileage driven in each state is automated for fuel tax reporting. This is beneficial in reducing paperwork and improving efficiencies. Note, we do not complete tax filing.

Information included: State enter and exit time, the name of the state, enter and exit odometer, and total mileage in each state

Additional Information when exported: Includes additional data such as country, device group, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Activity in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on IFTA Report.
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  3. Select the desired parameters and click the Apply changes button.
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  4. The IFTA report displays.
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Speed Profile Report

Use: Provides a visual representation of actual speed vs. posted road speed.

Information included: The blue line represents the speed the vehicle is traveling, and the orange line shows the speed limit. A solid orange line means we have high confidence that the speed limit data is accurate, a dashed line means that it is based on data that may be less accurate, and no line means we do not have any speed limit data for that point in the trip.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Activity in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Speed Profile.
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  3. Select the desired parameters and click on the Apply changes button.
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  4. The Speed Profile displays.
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Engine Faults Summary Report

Use: Quick view of the total number of faults triggered for each vehicle

Information included: Date and time of the last fault and the total number of faults. In list view clicking the line displays all of the faults in chronological order.

Additional Information when exported: Device group etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Engine & Maintenance in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Engine and Device… and then click on Faults.
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  3. Select the desired parameters and click on the Apply changes button.
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  4. Click the View drop-down, click on Summary, and then click on Report.
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  5. The Engine Faults report displays.
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Engine Faults Details Report

Use: Displays the fault details triggered either by the device or the engine. This report can assist in prioritizing vehicle repairs.

Information included: Date and time the fault was triggered, fault description, the source, controller, and diagnostic code.

Additional Information when exported: Device group, fault state, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Engine & Maintenance in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Engine and Device… and then click on Faults.
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  3. Select the desired parameters and click on the Apply changes button.
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  4. Click the View drop-down click on Details and then click on Report.
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  5. The Engine Faults Details report displays.
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Engine Measurements Report

Use: Displays in-depth engine status information to stay current with each vehicle’s engine health.

Information included: Vehicle, date and time of the event, engine status data, source, and measurement of engine status event.

Additional Information when exported: Device group, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Engine & Maintenance in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Engine and Device… and then click on Measurements.
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  3. Click on the desired parameters and then click the Apply changes button.
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  4. Click on the View drop-down and then click on Report.
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  5.  The Engine Measurements report displays.
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Fuel Usage Report

Use: Provides an overview of the amount of fuel used in a selected time period.  

Information included: Miles per gallon, fuel used, and the distance traveled.

Additional Information when exported: Fuel economy metric, fuel economy (US), etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Engine & Maintenance in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Fuel Usage.
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  3. Select your desired parameters and then click the Apply changes button.
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  4. Click on the View drop-down and then click on Report.
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  5. The report displays.
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Fill-Ups Report

Use: Storing and retrieving fuel card data from any vendor and provide basic fill up data if you’re not using a fuel card at all. The fill-ups graph displays the running fuel-in and fuel-out for a vehicle for a period of time.

Information included: Date and time of fill-up, fill-up location, mpg, volume, odometer, cost (if fuel card data included).

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Engine & Maintenance in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Fuel Usage.
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  3. Select the desired parameters and click on the Apply changes button.
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  4. Click on the Fill-Ups button near the top of the page.
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  5. Click on the View drop-down and then click on Report.
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  6. The Fill-Ups report displays.
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Customer Visit Summary Report

Use: Provides a summary view of how long your vehicles spend at locations and identifies opportunities to increase productivity.

Information included: Zone, vehicle, the driver (if applicable), total duration spent in a zone, and the number of times zone entered.

Additional Information when exported: Device group, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Zones & Messages in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Custom Visits.
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  3. Select the desired vehicle.
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  4. Click on the View drop-down and then click Reports.
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  5. The Customer Visit Summary report displays.
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Customer Visit Detail Report

Use: Provides details on how long your vehicles spent at locations and identifies opportunities to increase productivity. This report also helps confirm customer job completion.

Information included: Zones, vehicle, driver (if applicable), time of arrival and departure, and duration spent in a zone.

Additional Information when exported: Latitude and longitude, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Zones & Messages in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Customer Visits.
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  3. Select the desired vehicle.
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  4. Click on the View drop-down and then click on Advanced.
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  5. The Customer Visit Detail report displays.
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Exceptions Summary Report

Use: Provides a summary view of the rules that were broken by each vehicle.

Information included: Broken rules, vehicle/driver that broke the rule, total duration, total distance, the total number of incidents.

Additional Information when exported: Date/time of the first and last incident, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Rules & Groups in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Exceptions.
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  3. Select the desired parameters and then click on the Apply changes button.
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  4. Click on the View drop-down, then on Summary, and then click on Report.
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  5. The Exceptions Summary report displays.
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Exceptions Detail Report

Use: Provides detailed information on any rule that has been broken.

Information included: Location of the exception, the rule that was broken with details, the vehicle/driver that broke the rule, time, and duration.

Additional Information when exported: Distance for occurrence, exception start time, latitude and longitude, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Rules & Groups in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Exceptions.
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  3. Select the desired parameters and then click on the Apply changes button.
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  4. Click on the View drop-down, then on Details, and then click on Report.
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  5. The Exceptions Summary report displays.
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Audit Log Report

Use: Track changes in the database when multiple users have administrative access as well as monitoring system usage.

Information included: Database items viewed or changed, username, audit details, date and time

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Administration in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on System… and then click on Audit Log.
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  3. Click on the View drop-down and then click on Report.
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  4. The Audit Log report displays.
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Log details/Accident Report

Use: Detailed report with information that can be used for accident reconstruction.

Information included: Displays the data captured for a vehicle from the engine or the device. For example, GPS coordinates, accelerometer, engine RPM, gear position, and cranking voltage.

Additional Information when exported: Log reason, ignition status, etc.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Activity in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on View Accidents & Log Data.

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  3. Select the desired parameters and then click the Apply changes button.

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  4. Click on the View drop-down and then click on Report.
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  5. The Log Details/Accident report displays.
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Route Directions Report

Use: Turn by turn directions that can be printed

Information included: Turn number, instruction for a turn, Trip portion, Distance, Duration

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Zones & Messages in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Routes… and then click on Routes.
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  3. Click on the desired route.
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  4. Click on the View drop-down and then click on Report.
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  5. The route directions display.
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Unassigned Route Report

Use: Determine the distance traveled that was not included in the assigned route.

Information included: Device, group, date and time, distance traveled.

Accessing the report:

  1. Click on Zones & Messages in the menu on the left side of the home screen.
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  2. Click on Routes… and then on Unmatched Route.
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  3. Select the desired parameters and then click the Apply changes button.
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  4. The Unassigned Route report displays.
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