The Dashboard provides key information about your fleet's overall performance in an at-a-glance view. The Fleet tab presents data in charts and graphs that help you visualize how your assets are being used across your fleet, including whether they've been active recently, how many miles they've been driven, and whether they've reported any harsh events, such as hard braking and speeding. In addition, it lists your top-scoring drivers and their safety ratings, plus day-to-day scoring trends.


By default, the My Fleet, Fleet Utilization, Fleet Safety, and Driver Scorecard widgets are displayed, but you can configure that by following the steps in Customizing What's Displayed on the Dashboard.


Displaying the Fleet Dashboard


To open the Fleet Dashboard, follow these steps:


  1. In the sidebar menu on the left, click . (If your organization has purchased the add-on service CrashBoxx, you'll see a flyout menu, in which you will also have to click Fleet.)
     
    The Dashboard screen will appear and display the Fleet tab, unless you were on the Devices tab previously during this session.
     
  2. If necessary, click the Fleet tab at the top left of the screen.
     


The My Fleet Widget


The My Fleet widget displays asset data for the group you have selected in the Group Chooser, such as counts and types, and a pie chart of active/inactive assets. (An asset is considered active if it has been in motion.)



The Assets tile shows how many assets your chosen group has of each type — for example, in the preceding figure, you can see that this fleet group contains 205 vehicles, 2 trailers, and 51 other types of assets (such as tools, equipment, and machines). If you see an arrow to the right of a number (), such as by this example's Trailer type, this indicates that assets of that kind have been added within the time frame specified by the Dates filter (and the "+X" under it will indicate the count of those additions). (See the section "Changing the Time Period of Results" of Customizing What's Displayed on the Dashboard for details on how to change the date range of the data.)


The Fleet Status tile's pie chart shows the percentage of inactive and active assets. You can mouse over a pie wedge to see the exact count of the represented assets. Under the pie chart is the total number of assets within the group.


The Fleet Utilization Widget


The Fleet Utilization widget provides a line and bar graph showing how your assets are being used across your fleet.



The Trends tile's line graph depicts how much usage of your assets has increased or decreased over the specified time range (for the fleet group you have selected in the Group Chooser). On the y-axis are percentage values, and along the x-axis are time segments; if you have left the Dates filter selection at its default of Last 7 Days, these will be the days of the week. You can move your cursor over a dot value on the graph to show how much asset usage has trended from one time increment to the next (such as Up 8% or Down 21%).


Above both the Trends and Miles Driven tiles is a link, Asset Daily View Report, that you can click to open the Asset Daily View report, which returns basic information about asset usage, including engine hours, idling time, locations, and geofences, on a day-to-day basis. (See Running a Report for details on how to run an iOn report.)


On the Miles Driven tile, you will see a bar graph that offers a visual representation of how many miles the assets in your chosen group have been driven over the specified time frame. The y-axis shows the number of thousands of miles, and the x-axis contains the same time periods as the Trends tile. When you mouse over a bar value, it will display the number of miles it represents.


The Fleet Safety Widget


The Fleet Safety widget reports safety violations in a pie chart and bar graph.



In each pie wedge of the Safety Violation Events tile's pie chart, you can see the number of a particular harsh event reported to iOn by assets in your chosen group over the course of the selected time frame — speeding, harsh driving, harsh braking, or poor cornering. The legend for the color-coding of the events is at the bottom left of the tile. When you place your cursor over a pie section, the name of the harsh event will appear, plus the count of the represented assets.


The Top Safety Violations tile lists the names of the top five drivers/assets that have caused the highest number of harsh events for your selected date range on the x-axis, and the y-axis shows numerical values. To switch between the worst offending assets and drivers, click the Driver or Asset radio button at the top right of the tile. When you mouse over a bar value, it will display the total count of violations the driver/asset incurred.


Above both the Safety Violation Events and Top Safety Violations tiles is a link, Driver Scorecard Summary Report, that you can click to open the Driver Scorecard Summary report, which provides aggregated driver score data, showing totals for the entire time span for work stops, geofence stops, total stops, idling, engine hours, distance, speeding, hard braking, hard acceleration, and hard cornering, plus average geofence arrival and departure times. (Again, see Running a Report for details on how to run an iOn report.)


The Driver Scorecard Widget


The Driver Scorecard widget shows a driver leaderboard and day-to-day driver scoring trends.



The Driver Leaderboard tile lists your top-scoring drivers by name and safety score, with the highest ranked on top. You can click the See All link to launch the Driver Scorecard Summary v2 report, which shows your drivers' scores, work stop counts and times, geofence stop counts and times, total stop counts and times, total idle time, engine hours, distance, speeding, hard braking, hard acceleration, and hard cornering.


On the Fleet Score Trend tile, you will see a line graph that shows how your average driver scores have increased or decreased over the chosen time period (for the fleet group you have selected in the Group Chooser). The y-axis displays percentage values, and the x-axis time segments; if the Dates filter is set to Last 7 Days, these will be the days of the week. If you mouse over a graph dot value, the average driver safety score for that day will appear, plus an up or down arrow and a percentage indicating how the score has trended from the preceding time increment to this one (such as Up 2% or Down 3%).