A stop is one or more consecutive messages with a zero speed. Stops can be registered at lights, intersections, in traffic jams, etc.

Stops should be distinguished from parkings. Parameters to detect trips, parkings, and stops are adjusted in the trip detector. If there are several messages in succession, they are united in one stop. If total time of such a stop reaches Minimum parking time, it is registered as a parking (not a stop).

The following information is presented in this kind of report:

  • Beginning: the time when the stop started.
  • End: the time when the stop ended.
  • Duration: total time of the stop.
  • Total time: time from the first stop beginning to the last stop end.
  • Off-time: time from the end of the previous stop to the beginning of this one (to be defined beginning from the second stop).
  • Location: the address where the unit stopped.
  • Coordinates: the unit's coordinates at the moment of a stop (in decimal degrees).
  • Driver: driver's name if available.
  • Trailer: trailer's name if any was bound.
  • Count: the number of stops.
  • Counter: counter sensor values (can be helpful either in grouping table data by years/months/weeks/days/shifts or for the reports on unit groups).
  • Notes: an empty column for your custom comments.
  • Avg weight: average weight value registered for the stop interval.
  • Min weight: minimum weight value registered for the stop interval.
  • Max weight: maximum weight value registered for the stop interval.
  • Initial weight: weight value in the beginning of the stop interval.
  • Final weight: weight value in the end of the stop interval.

See Data in Reports to learn how time (duration) can be formatted.

Intervals filtration (by stop duration, sensor state, driver, trailer, fuel fillings and thefts) can be applied to this table.

This kind of report can be supplemented by corresponding markers on the map.

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