Parkings

Parkings are estimated according to the parameters set in the Trip Detection when configuring a unit. To get the information as accurate as possible, it is advised that you configure each parameter individually for every piece of equipment.

A parking is an interval of time when the following conditions are met:

  1. Insignificant speed. The speed detected must fall in the range from 0 to the Minimum moving speed. When this speed is reached, the behavior of the unit is regarded as a movement (=trip), if by the time and distance traveled it corresponds to the trip definition (the Minimum trip time and Minimum trip distance parameters). The parking, respectively, ends. However, if the time or distance traveled does not fit the scope of the trip, the parking is prolonged.

  2. Sufficient time interval. This speed must continue for a period of time (and not less than Minimum parking time). If this time is not reached, the behavior of the unit is not regarded as parking, but as a stop.

  3. Insignificant location change. As it has been noted above, parking is also considered an insignificant movement in space, that is, a movement that does not exceed the Minimum trip distance parameter, if it is equal to or greater than the Minimum parking time parameter.

The following information is presented in this kind of report:

  • Beginning — the time when the parking started.
  • End — the time when the parking ended.
  • Duration — the time interval of a parking.
  • Total time — the time from the beginning of the first parking to the end of the last parking.
  • Off-time — the time interval from the end of the previous parking to the beginning of the current parking (defined starting from the second parking).
  • Location — the address where the unit was stationary. If there was an insignificant movement detected, the initial address is used.
  • Coordinates — the coordinates of the unit during the parking (in decimal degrees).
  • Driver — the name of the driver (if available).
  • Trailer — the name of the trailer (if one was bound).
  • Counter — the values of the counter sensor.
  • Initial counter — the counter value at the beginning of the parking.
  • Finale counter — the counter value at the end of the parking.
  • Avg temperature — the average temperature value registered for the parking interval.
  • Min temperature — the minimum temperature value registered for the parking interval.
  • Max temperature — the maximum temperature value registered for the parking interval.
  • Initial temperature — the temperature value at the beginning of the parking interval.
  • Final temperature — the temperature value at the end of the parking interval.
  • Avg weight — the average weight value registered for the parking interval.
  • Min weight — the minimum weight value registered for the parking interval.
  • Max weight — the maximum weight value registered for the parking interval.
  • Initial weight — the weight value at the beginning of the parking interval.
  • Final weight — the weight value at the end of the parking interval.
  • Status — the status of the unit registered during the current parking interval (if there are several, the first one is displayed).
  • Count — the number of parkings (useful when grouping rows by years/months/weeks/days/shifts or for the reports on unit groups).
  • Notes — an empty column for your custom comments.

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

The intervals filtration (by parking duration, sensor state, driver, trailer, fuel fillings/thefts, and geofences/units) can be applied to this table.

The parkings can be displayed on the map. To make use of this feature, select Parking markers in the report template.

:!: Parkings should be distinguished from stops.

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