Speeding Reports

Speeding reports report incidents of speeding within the reporting period. Speeding incidents occur when a vehicle's speed goes too far above or below a specified speed limit, where the amount by which the vehicle's speed can differ from the speed limit is given in the report settings. In addition, the speeding report also lists which vehicles were responsible for more speeding incidents than a maximum specified in the dashboard or in the report settings.

The types of speeding report are as follows:
 

Summary by fleet.
Detailed (by Fleet, Vehicle, Team, or Driver).


 

The Speeding summary includes two sections - a list of speeding incidents and a list of vehicles guilty of repeat speeding.

Report Settings

The options specific to Speeding reports that you can set are as follows:

The options available from the Advanced tab of the report editor vary between the Summary and Detailed versions of this report. The items listed below specify all available options, and the version of the report to which they relate.

 

Fleet (and possibly Vehicle) or Team (and possibly Driver): Which vehicles or drivers should be included in the report.
Ignore Speed Categories: Only report speeding against known limits or absolute thresholds, but not when the vehicle exceeds an implied speed limit based on road category. (Summary only)
Use Dashboard Limits When Available: Overrides the default limits with the limits set in the dashboard configuration if that information has been set. (Summary only)
Default Limits: Provide the same speeding threshold information that is used for the speeding KPIs in the dashboard. (Summary only)
Show All Vehicles: Include all vehicles in the report, even if they did not exceed the speed limit. (Detailed reports only)
Speed Limit: The speed limit to use when the Is Fixed Speed check box is selected. (Detailed reports only)
High/Low Speed Limit Division Point: The speed used to separate High and Low speed limits. Speed limits equal to or greater than this value are regarded as "High", and speed limits below as "Low".
Threshold Over Limit for High Limits: The amount that the vehicle can exceed the posted speed limit, when traveling in a "High" speed limit, before a speeding event is triggered. For example, when set to 10MPH and with a division point of 40MPH, speeding events will be triggered by a speed of 50MPH or more in a 40MPH zone, and 65MPH or more in a 55MPH zone (Detailed reports only).
Threshold Over Limit for Low Limits: The amount that the vehicle can exceed the posted speed limit, when traveling in a "Low" speed limit, before a speeding event is triggered. For example, when set to 5MPH and with a division point of 40MPH, speeding events will be triggered by a speed of 15MPH or more in a 10MPH zone, and 25MPH or more in a 20MPH zone (Detailed reports only).
Excessive Speeding Speed: The speed at which a vehicle is considered to be driving at excessive speed, triggering an excessive speeding event. (Detailed reports only).
Repeat Speeding Threshold: The number of miles or kilometers per hour that the vehicle must reduce speed by below the "Excessive Speeding Speed" value before another speeding event can be triggered. For example, with  a 75MPH value for excessive speed and a threshold of 5MPH, the vehicle must reduce speed to 70MPH or less before another event can be triggered by again traveling above 75MPH. (Detailed reports only).
Is Fixed Speed: Specify if a fixed speed limit is used rather than the posted speed limit and a fixed speed limit. When this check box is selected, the vehicle speed limit is based only on the speed value entered into the Speed Limit field; therefore remaining fixed. When this check box is cleared, the vehicle speed limit is derived by adding the road's posted speed limit plus the speed value, if any, entered into the Speed Limit field. (Detailed reports only)
One Item per Page - start each vehicle or driver on a new page of the report.

Report Columns

Summary report

The columns of a first section are as follows:
 

1.Vehicle: The name of the vehicle that was speeding.
2.Vehicle ID: The internal (system) ID of the unit installed on the vehicle.
3.Driver: The driver assigned to the vehicle at the time of the incident.
4.Hierarchy nodes: Multiple columns that identify the nodes of the hierarchy that have access to information about the vehicle.
5.Address: The location of the vehicle at the time of the incident.
6.Speed: The speed of the vehicle at the time of the incident.
7.Heading: The direction the vehicle was moving at the time of the incident.
8.Speed Limit: The speed limit that was exceeded.
9.Time: The date and time of the incident.
10.Speed Category: The type of speed limit that was exceeded - this can be a posted speed limit, an absolute maximum (specified in the dashboard or in the report settings), excessive speeding (as defined in the dashboard or in the report settings), or an inferred limit based on road category.

The columns in the repeat speeding section:
 

1.Vehicle: The name of the vehicle that was responsible for more than the maximum number of speeding incidents.
2.Vehicle ID: The internal (system) ID of the unit installed on the vehicle.
3.Driver: The driver assigned to the vehicle.
4.Hierarchy nodes: Multiple columns that identify the nodes of the hierarchy that have access to information about the vehicle.
5.Speed Events: The number of speeding incidents in one day.
6.Date: The date when the multiple speeding incidents occurred.

Detailed

The columns of the detailed report are as follows:
 

1.Driver/Vehicle: The driver assigned to the vehicle or the vehicle the driver was assigned to at the time of the incident.
2.Time: The time of the speeding incident.
3.Location: The location of the speeding incident.
4.Heading: The heading (direction) of the vehicle at the time of the incident.
5.Speed: The speed of the vehicle at the time of the incident.
6.Posted Limit: The posted speed limit at the time of the incident.