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Filtering reports based on violation counts

Topic: Filtering reports based on violation counts

Hi
I would like to request for a way to filter violation counts for reports. Sample: Speed notification violation is set to When State Change, then any vehicle  commits 6 counts and up within a day at the speed of 71 kph and up is subjected to violation report. 

Our client wants to penalize more the frequency of the driver in committing violations. Its quite laborious though to manually segregate who committed 6 times a day or 3 times in a span of one hour or someone who committed 6 violations of lower speed limit and 3 violations of upper speed limit within a week.

Thanks
Jac

South East Asia
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Filtering reports based on violation counts

Re: Filtering reports based on violation counts

Unfortunately, it's not possible. Once a table has some data in it, it's shown, and we can't help it. The only thing you could do here is just to ignore tables with few lines.

Katerina Alexandrova
Product Manager (Hecterra)
Gurtam
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Filtering reports based on violation counts

Re: Filtering reports based on violation counts

jac , as an alternative you can also test Eco Driving Module. You can add speeding criteria only, assign penalties for mild, average, severe speedings and average the penalties assigned to driver by time he spent in trips or by mileage in trips.
https://docs.wialon.com/en/hosting/cms/units/eco?s[]=eco&s[]=driving