Manifest Reports

A manifest report describe all the trips made by each vehicle and driver combination over a specified time period. You can further specify the details in the report either by vehicle (using the hierarchy or by fleet) or by driver (using the hierarchy or by team).


 

At the top of the report is a Totals summary statistics table. This table displays statistical data for all vehicles or drivers over the entire date range of the report.

The remainder of the report is divided into sections - one section for each vehicle or driver. At the top of each section is a summary statistics table, which is displayed with a gray background and includes statistics for the vehicle or driver over the entire date range. Below this table, a summary statistic table and a data table are displayed for each day in the date range. The summary statistic tables may include the following information:
 

Distance: The total distance traveled (in the user’s specified units), for given route. Trip distances are calculated using odometer values reported by the engine. When no odometer value is available, GPS points are used to calculate distance.
Route Time: The total time from the start of the first trip to the end of the final trip in the given time period.
Engine On Time: The total duration that the engine was running, and the sum of all trips in the given subset. Calculated using engine time reported by engine. When no engine time is available, ignition (on/off) status is used, and Engine On Time is calculated server side.
Time At Location: The amount of time spent at the end location, before starting another trip. This is the time from when the vehicle stopped moving until it started moving on the next trip. Note that Time at Location is not shown for the last trip of the day.
Transit Time: The amount of time that the vehicle spent moving, between the trip's Start Time and End Time. This is calculated by subtracting Idle Time from Engine On Time, but should also equal Arrival Time minus Departure Time for any given trip (where applicable).
Idle Time: Total time a vehicle is not moving and the engine is on, as long as the vehicle has satisfied the stop minute length requirement (defaults to 5 minutes).
Non Productive Idle Time: The amount of time a vehicle is idle (not moving, with engine on, having satisfied the stop minute length requirement, which defaults to 5 minutes) when the PTO (power take off) status is off. This is only available on vehicles where the PTO is being monitored by telematics hardware (and installed by a certified Verizon Connect technician). The time spent idling after the ignition is turned on (Ignition On) and the vehicle leaves (Departure Time) is counted in the same row as the trip the vehicle leaves on, not in the previous row (where this is part of the stand time).
Idle Fuel Used: The amount of fuel used when idling. This value is based on the default vehicle gallon usage specified in the Reports section of the Settings dialog box.
Maximum Speed: Maximum speed that the vehicle or driver traveled at during the selected time period.

The data tables for each date are divided into rows, with each row describing a trip. A trip is the time spent from the point when the vehicle departs its last location until it departs the next location. An exception to this is when a stopped vehicle is turned on then off again without moving: this is counted as a trip from the point when the vehicle’s ignition is turned on. The following screenshot shows how each trip is displayed in a data table.

 

Report Settings

You can set the following options for a manifest report:
 

Time Frame Options: Select the dates that the report will cover. You can select a pre-defined time frame from the Time Frame drop-down menu. If you select the "Specific Dates" option the From and To fields open. Select a date in each field, using the calendar controls.
Fleet (for vehicle reports) or Team (for driver reports): Select the fleets or vehicles (for vehicle reports), teams or drivers (for driver reports), or sections of the hierarchy that you want to include in the report.
Show empty nodes: Select the Show empty nodes check box to view hierarchy nodes in the tree view that do not contain any drivers or vehicles.
Search field: Enter a search term in the Search field to find a vehicle or driver with that term in their name. Click the Previous and Next buttons to navigate through the search results.
Include Tag Filter: Click in the field and select a tag from the list. This filters the tree view so that only vehicles or drivers with the specified tag are shown.
Exclude Tag Filter: Click in the field and select a tag from the list. This filters the tree view so that vehicles or drivers with the specified tag are excluded.

Report Columns

The columns of a manifest report are as follows:

1.Driver Name (for reports by vehicle): The driver identifier.
2.Vehicle (for reports by driver): The vehicle identifier.
3.Date: The date of the trip.
4.Ignition On: The time when the vehicle’s ignition was turned on (the start of the trip). This time is not included on a row if the vehicle’s engine was never turned off after the last trip.
5.Departure Time: The time the vehicle started moving for a given trip. If there is no "start of movement"  time for a given trip, this column is populated with the trip's Start Time (for example, for the second half of midnight-split trips).
6.Start Location: The location of the vehicle at the start of the trip. If this location is a marker, the color displayed at the left of the Start Location column indicates the marker category (for example, red in the screenshot above).
7.End Location: The location of the vehicle at the end of the trip. If this location is a marker, the color displayed at the left of the End Location column indicates the marker category (for example, red in the screenshot above).
8.Arrival Time: The time the vehicle stopped moving for a given trip. If there is no "end of movement" for a given trip, this column is populated with the trip's End Time (for example, for the second half of midnight-split trips).
9.Ignition Off: The time the ignition was turned off at the end of the trip. This value is not shown if the ignition was not turned off but the vehicle idled long enough to count as a stop.
10.Transit Time: The amount of time that the vehicle spent moving between the trip's Start Time and End Time. This is calculated by subtracting Idle Time from Engine On Time, but should also equal Arrival Time minus Departure Time for any given trip (where applicable).
11.Distance: The total distance traveled (in the user’s specified units), for given trip. Trip distances are calculated using odometer values reported by the engine. When no odometer value is available, GPS points are used to calculate distance.
12.Time at Location: The time spent at the end location, before starting another trip. This is the time from when the vehicle stopped moving until it started moving on the next trip. Note that Time at Location is not shown for the last trip of the day.
13.Non Productive Idle Time: The amount of time a vehicle is idle (not moving, with engine on, having satisfied the stop minute length requirement, which defaults to 5 minutes) when the PTO status is off. This is only available on vehicles where the PTO is being monitored by telematics hardware (and installed by a certified Verizon Connect technician). The time spent idling after the ignition is turned (Ignition On) on and the vehicle leaves (Departure Time) is counted in the same row as the trip the vehicle leaves on, not in the previous row (where this is part of the stand time).
14.Exceptions: A list (separated by commas) of any exceptions that occurred during this trip. Exceptions include:
Speeding: Exceeding 75 MPH. Speeding exceptions are indicated by "S".
Excessive idling: Idling for a period longer than 15 minutes. This reflects a single idle period, not the cumulative time spent idling over the whole trip. Excessive idling is indicated by "i".
Prohibited category: Ending at a prohibited location (the "End Location" point). This exception is indicated by a "P", and occurs when the final destination of a trip is at a marker that belongs to a the default category of "prohibited".