You can map where an asset was speeding and the mph/kph values over the speed limit it was traveling during a specific time period. iOn will display the results with color-coded ranges for how many mph/kph over the limit it was going.


To map an asset's speeding values, follow these steps:


  1. Click  >> Tracking.
     
    The Tracking screen will open.
      
  2. Click  in the left toolbar.
    Note: The icon will be grayed out, but this doesn't mean that it's disabled.
     
    If you have just run the history for a previous asset, you'll need to clear the last history by refreshing the screen before clicking .
    The Asset History options will open.
      
  3. Click the Report Type drop-down arrow and select Overspeed (PSL) Report from the list.
    Note: PSL stands for posted speed limit.
  4. Click the From calendar picker and select the first date for the history to display.
     
  5. Click the To calendar picker and select the end of the date range.
    Caution: There is a limit to how much data can be included when mapping asset history: The number of assets multiplied by the number of days can't exceed 40.
  6. In the selector tree, click the check box of the group whose speeding history you want to see.
     
     
    If it's a subgroup you need, first click the expansion arrow to the left of the name of the fleet group containing it and then select the subgroup's check box.
     
    If you want to see the history of speeding values for a single asset, follow these steps:
     
    1. Expand the group it's in.
       
      Initially, the More Options () icon will be shown.
        
    2. Click to display the first 100 assets in the group. (If you are looking for an asset beyond that, you can click  again [and so on] to continue loading vehicles until you find the one you need.)
        
    3. Select the check box to the left of the asset's name.
      Note: Alternatively, you can select a single vehicle by typing part of its name in the Search Groups & Assets by Name box (and wait a second). All assets whose identifiers match your criteria will appear in a drop-down list. Select the vehicle from the list.
  7. Optionally, you can select Labels to turn on asset labels on the map.
     
  8. Optionally, you can select Path for a feature that draws a line between each point on the map. (If you've selected multiple assets, each pathline will have its own color.)
     
  9. Optionally, you can select Live to plot a historical path up to a live, real-time view of the asset's current speeding values (if you are mapping a history of today's events).
     
  10. Click View.
    Caution: As mentioned earlier, there is a limit to how much data can be included when mapping asset history. If the number of assets multiplied by the number of days is larger than 40, you'll receive this warning:
      
    If you do, click Close and repeat steps 2 through 10, reducing either the time frame or the vehicle count.
    The events for the time period you selected will appear on the map, with the mph/kph values color-coded by how far over the posted speed limit they were. The data for the events will appear in the grid below the map, listed in chronological order.
      
    The speeding values are color-coded as follows:
     
    • Red: 20+ (mph or kph, depending on your settings) over the posted speed limit
       
    • Peach: 10-20 over
       
    • Yellow: 0-10 over
       
    • Dark Gray: At or below the speed limit
       
    • Light gray: Posted speed limit data not available
       
  11. You can see these values in iOn by clicking  in the map toolbar at the top right to open the legend.
      
  12. Two grid columns to look at are the first two, Posted Speed Limit (mph or km/h) and Overspeed (mph or km/h). These show the value of the speed limit at the location where the event occurred and how many mph or kph over that limit the asset was traveling, respectively.
     
    The other column headers are the same as for live Tracking, with the addition of Event Sequence, which lists sequence numbers for all the events generated by the asset's LMU. (See Tracking a Group or Asset for a description of the other column headers.)
     
    You can change what columns are displayed and in what order by following the steps at Customizing the Grid Layout. See Sorting and Filtering Column Data for information on how to sort and filter the grid.
    Note: If you want to make the map bigger, you can click on the left toolbar, which will make the results grid disappear. Click  again to restore the map/grid view.
     
    If you'd like to make the results grid bigger, you can click to hide the map. Click  again to restore the map/grid view.
     
    See Navigating the Tracking Screen's Map for an explanation of the map icons at the top left and right and other map features.
    If you click an event in the grid, the map will zoom in on it and display a pop-up with the following details (likewise, if you click a speeding icon on the map, it will select its corresponding row in the grid and display the same pop-up):
      
    • The asset's name, state at the time the event was received (such as Parked or Moving), and the date and time the event was reported.
       
    • The group the asset is assigned to and its asset type (such as Vehicle).
       
    • The address of the asset's location when the event was received.
       
    • The number of engine hours the asset had driven at the time the event was received, its odometer value, the voltage of the device's battery, and the voltage of the vehicle's battery.