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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Configure Zone Notifications

  1. Click on Rules & Groups in the menu on the left side of the database.

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  2. Click on Rules.

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  3. Click on the Add button at the top of the page.

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  4. Click in the field to the right of “Name” and enter a name for your rule.
  5. Click on the desired color code.
    Note: This determines the breadcrumb trail’s color when the rule is broken.
  6. Click on either “Not visible” or “Visible” to set the desired setting for the coloring.
  7. Click the dropdown box under “Publish to groups” and select the desired group(s).
  8. Click in the field to the right of “Comment” and enter any desired comment.

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  9. Click on the Conditions tab.

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  10. Click on the Add zone or zone type tab.

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  11. Click on the Zone button to the right of “Type”.
  12. Click on the dropdown to the right of “Zone”.

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  13. Select the desired zone

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  14. Click on the desired event to the right of “Event”.
    Note: The available events include:

      • Entering – When the driver enters the selected zone
      • Exiting – When the driver leaves the selected zone
      • Outside – The amount of time the vehicle spends outside of the selected zone
      • Inside – The amount of time the vehicle spends inside the zone
      • Stopped – If the Driver stops for at least 200 seconds after entering the zone
  15. Click on the Add button.
    Note: Repeat steps 10 through 15 to add more conditions.

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  16. Click on the Notifications tab.

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  17. Click on the desired notification type.

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  18. Select the desired alert.

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  19. Enter the requested information for the alert.
  20. Click on the Add button.
  21. Repeat steps 17 through 20 to add more alerts.
    Note: You can add multiple notification methods to notify multiple users at once. For example, the rule can notify the driver, their supervisor, and an administrator simultaneously.

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  22. Click on the Save button at the top left of the page.

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