Configuration - A customisable tracking solution

Each vehicle can be configured in order to tailor the reports to your needs, either by us or by you. This can also be carried out using the administrator login.

The screen example opposite shows the main parameters that can be changed, including: whether the report is to show periods of idling, the new trip threshold (which, if required, can be set to eliminate short trips, such as movements around a parking lot or yard, for example), the shift start and stop times to be used in compiling the reports and the way in which the vehicle is to be displayed on the real-time tracking display.

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Vehicle Tracking - Customising Location Names

All vehicle logs and reports produced by the system, including Excel worksheets and real-time locations, highlight your custom location names. These can either be entered by you or by Quartix.

Using an administrator login you can access the "Edit Location" screen directly from the map linked to each stop point on the log. This shows all the existing named locations on that screen by highlighting them in blue.

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Modifying or Adding a Location

A list of custom locations is provided immediately beneath the map screen - the number corresponds to the number in the blue circles on the map. By clicking on the name of the location its position and radius can be modified. Adding a new location is just as straightforward: clicking on the link at the top of the table opens the edit location dialog box with a new entry in it, which can then be named and modified to suit.

 

Private vehicle usage - Protecting employees' data

The Quartix System has two important features which help in respecting the requirements of employee privacy and relevant legislation for vehicles which are used for private, as well as business, journeys:

Disabling of vehicle monitoring - by using the configuration screen (shown here) it is possible to disable the monitoring and storage of vehicle movement information for non-business hours. The system will report the mileage covered during this period, but not the locations visited.

Access privileges - each user account can be set to provide access to just the information required to carry out that person's job. For example, service or support centre staff may need to know where all operatives are in real-time in order to locate the nearest person for a job (please see live tracking section), but they would not need to have access to the driver's working hours or timesheets.

 
 
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