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   * **Final location** — the final position, the address at that moment (if available).   * **Final location** — the final position, the address at that moment (if available).
   * **Duration** — the duration of a work shift.   * **Duration** — the duration of a work shift.
-  * **Total time** —  the time from the beginnig ​of the first trip to the of the last trip.+  * **Total time** —  the time from the beginning ​of the first shift to the end of the last shift.
   * **Engine hours** — the total amount of engine hours for a working interval of the driver.   * **Engine hours** — the total amount of engine hours for a working interval of the driver.
   * **Engine hours in movement** — the number of engine hours for the interval of movement with the bound driver.   * **Engine hours in movement** — the number of engine hours for the interval of movement with the bound driver.
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 :!: To determine the intervals of binding, the messages from the unit are also taken into account. If there are such messages, they are considered to be of more priority than the messages about binding (the intervals are counted according to them). :!: To determine the intervals of binding, the messages from the unit are also taken into account. If there are such messages, they are considered to be of more priority than the messages about binding (the intervals are counted according to them).
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 ===== Custom Fields ==== ===== Custom Fields ====
  
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-:!: While creating this report template, you should select in the [[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​tables/​parameters|parameters of the table]] the way to determine driver activity: DDD files (are sent by the tachograph),​ online data (generated online on the basis of the events of bindings and trips) or bindings and trips (messages are used as the source). If the //Bindings and trips// option is selected, the result of the report changes when you change the settings of the trip detector, delete messages, bind and unbind, etc. +:!: While creating this report template, you should select in the [[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​tables/​parameters|parameters of the table]] the way to determine driver activity: DDD files (are sent by the tachograph),​ online data (generated online on the basis of the events of bindings and trips) or bindings and trips (messages are used as the source). If the //Bindings and trips// option is selected, the result of the report changes when you change the settings of the trip detector, delete messages, bind and unbind, etc. 
 ===== Eco Driving ===== ===== Eco Driving =====
  
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   * **Time**: date and time of violation recording.   * **Time**: date and time of violation recording.
   * **Infringement**:​ type of driver'​s activity the conditions of which have been violated.   * **Infringement**:​ type of driver'​s activity the conditions of which have been violated.
-  * **Description**:​ short description of the infringement.+  * **Description**: ​short description of the infringement.
   * **Seriousness**:​ the extent of the infringement.   * **Seriousness**:​ the extent of the infringement.
  
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-:!: While creating this report template you should choose in the [[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​tables/​parameters|parameters of the table]] a driver activity source: DDD files (are sent by the tachograph),​ online data (are formed online on the basis of the events of bindings and trips) or bindings and trips (messages are used as the source). If the option 'Bindings and trips' ​is chosen, the report'​s result changes in case of changes in the trip detector'​s settings, deleting messages, bindings and unbindings, etc. +:!: While creating this report template you should choose in the [[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​tables/​parameters|parameters of the table]] a driver activity source: DDD files (are sent by the tachograph),​ online data (are formed online on the basis of the events of bindings and trips) or bindings and trips (messages are used as the source). If the //Bindings and trips// option ​is selected, the report'​s result changes in case of changes in the trip detector'​s settings, deleting messages, bindingsand unbindings, etc. 
 ===== Orders ===== ===== Orders =====
  
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 ===== SMS Messages ===== ===== SMS Messages =====
  
-This report shows the correspondece ​of the dispatcher with the driver via SMS. The dispatcher (operator) can send messages to the driver from the Wialon interface through a special [[user/​tools/​sms|SMS window]]. The driver sends messages from his mobile phone. This mobile phone number must be indicated in the [[user/​drivers/​new|driver'​s properties]]. ​+This report shows the correspondence ​of the dispatcher with the driver via SMS. The dispatcher (operator) can send messages to the driver from the Wialon interface through a special [[user/​tools/​sms|SMS window]]. The driver sends messages from his mobile phone. This mobile phone number must be indicated in the [[user/​drivers/​new|driver'​s properties]]. ​
  
 The following columns can be included in the table: ​ The following columns can be included in the table: ​
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 +===== Trips =====
 +The //Trips// table displays the location, duration, speed, and other parameters and may include the following columns:
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 +  * **Beginning** — the date and time when the trip began.
 +  * **Initial location** — the address where the device was at the beginning of the trip.
 +  * **Initial coordinates** — the geographical coordinates of the location of the unit at the beginning of the trip (in decimal degrees). ​
 +  * **End** — the date and time when the trip ended.
 +  * **Final location** — the address where the device was at the end of the trip.
 +  * **Final coordinates** — the geographical coordinates of the location of the unit at the end of the trip (in decimal degrees). ​
 +  * **Driver** — the name of the driver bound to the unit (the column is shown only in the report on the group of drivers).
 +  * **Unit** — the name of the unit used in the trip.
 +  * **Trailer** — the name of the [[:​user/​trailers/​trailers|trailer]] (if bound).
 +  * **Duration** — the time interval of the trip.
 +  * **Engine hours** — the time of the operation of engine hours during the trip. 
 +  * **Mileage** — the distance traveled during the whole trip.
 +  * **Mileage (adjusted)** — the mileage taking a coefficient set in unit properties (the //​Advanced//​ tab) into account. ​
 +  * **Urban mileage** — the distance traveled in the urban area. 
 +  * **Suburban mileage** — the distance traveled in the suburban area (i.e. at high speed). The urban/​suburban speed line is indicated in the [[cms/​units/​adv|Unit Properties —> Advanced]] (the //Urban speed limit// setting). ​
 +  * **Avg speed** — the average speed within the trip.
 +  * **Max speed** — the maximum speed registered within the interval.
 +  * **Trips count** — the number of completed trips.
 +  * **Consumed** — the volume of consumed fuel detected by any sort of fuel sensor. If several such sensors are available, their values sum up. 
 +  * **Consumed by ImpFCS/​AbsFCS/​InsFCS/​FLS/​math/​rates** — the volume of consumed fuel detected by a fuel sensor (such as impulse/​absolute/​instant fuel consumption sensor, fuel level sensor) or calculated by math or rates. More information about fuel in reports can be found [[../​dat/​dat#​fuel_in_reports|here]].
 +  * **Rates deviation by ImpFCS/​AbsFCS/​InsFCS/​FLS** — the difference between consumed fuel detected by a sensor and consumption rates. If a number in this cell is negative, it means the detected consumption does not exceed the indicated rates. ​
 +  * **Avg consumption** — the average fuel consumption by any sort of fuel sensor. If several such sensors are available, their values sum up. 
 +  * **Avg consumption by ImpFCS/​AbsFCS/​InsFCS/​FLS/​math/​rates** — the average fuel consumption during the trip detected by one of the methods mentioned above. ​
 +  * **Avg consumption in idle run by ...** — the average fuel consumption during the idle run. 
 +  * **Avg mileage per unit of fuel by ...** — the average fuel consumption (per one liter/​gallon) detected by one of the methods mentioned above. ​
 +  * **Initial fuel level** — the fuel level at the beginning of the trip. 
 +  * **Final fuel level** — the fuel level at the end of the trip. 
 +  * **Max fuel level** — the maximum fuel level during the trip.
 +  * **Min fuel level** — the minimum fuel level during the trip.
 +  * **Penalties** — the penalties calculated for the adjusted //​[[cms/​units/​eco|Eco Driving]]// criteria.
 +  * **Rank** — the received penalty points converted into a grade using a 6-point scoring system.
 +  * **Notes** — an empty column for your custom comments.
  
 ===== Additional Possibilities ===== ===== Additional Possibilities =====
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