Intervals Filtration

Several tables are supplied with additional parameters to filter intervals. There you can set conditions to select information to be displayed in the resulting report. These conditions affect reports that concern selecting intervals from the collection of messages. These reports are: Counter sensors, Digital sensors, Geofences, Engine hours, Parkings and Stops, Rides and Unfinished rides, Speedings, Trips, and others.

The set of filtration parameters varies depending on table type. The following parameters are possible: duration, mileage, engine hours, speed range, stops, parkings, sensors, driver, fuel fillings and thefts, geofences. Adjusting these parameters will limit the scope of intervals getting to the report. For example, you can indicate the minimum duration and minimum mileage for the trips to be displayed. Or you can query visited geofences with a stop at least 10 minutes in them.

Minimum and/or maximum duration of the interval (in minutes).

Minimum and/or maximum distance travelled in the interval (in kilometers).

Engine hours
Minimum and/or maximum duration of engine hours (in minutes). In addition, engine hours sensor mask can be specified in the filter below - Engine hours sensor.

Speed range
Indicate minimum and/or maximum speed to be considered. It means that only those intervals will be displayed in the report which contain at least one message with speed falling into the range. But more helpful might be retrieving intervals. If you check the Retrieve intervals box, the report will focus on intervals where all speeds fall into the range.

Tick the checkbox and choose one of the two possibilities: With stops or Without stops. Then in the resulting table only intervals which meet the given condition will be shown. If the Stops option is not selected, then all intervals are displayed regardless if there were any stops or not.

The settings are similar to those for stops. In addition, you can indicate the minimum parking duration. For instance, you can query geofences where there is a parking of a specified time (the Minimum duration flag). Besides, the parking time can be summed up (the Sum up intervals flag). That means the geofences where the total parkings make up the specified time will be displayed.

The intervals where there are messages with sensor on or off can be selected. In addition, you can indicate minimum and/or maximum time of sensor's on/off state. Like in parkings, the duration can be summed up (the Sum up intervals flag). Besides, the intervals of on/off state can be retrieved, and each of them can be presented as a separate row of the table (the Retrieve intervals flag). To indicate a certain sensor to be controlled, type its mask below. If you select several, then the intervals which contain points with all these sensors on/off (simultaneously) will be selected. If no masks are specified, then all digital sensors are considered.

Sensors masks You can enter up to 4 masks. Sensors masks can affect Sensors filter, Counter column, and information on fuel (if any of these options is selected in the report template).

This filter allows to select intervals with a certain driver or without any drivers. Choose the option With driver and specify driver's name mask. The resulting table will contain only intervals with a corresponding driver - it does not matter whether this driver is at the beginning, in the middle, at the end or in all course of the interval. In case there was several drivers, all of them are considered but only the last one is displayed in the table. In addition, you can enable the option Retrieve intervals to retrieve only segments with a specified driver from the scope of intervals.

If the option Without driver is selected, the resulting table will consist of intervals which contain segments without any drivers. These segments can be retrieved as well.

Fuel fillings
Intervals with fillings or without fillings can be displayed in the table. If the first case is chosen, then you can additionally indicate max and min filling volume (in liters). Fillings can be sum up. In this case the indicated filling volume will be applied to the total of fillings found.

Fuel thefts
Intervals with fuel thefts or without thefts can be displayed. If the first case is chosen, then you can additionally indicate max and min theft volume (in liters). Like fillings, fuel thefts can be sum up.

The filter is divided into two parts - geofences and units. In the upper part you can select geofences to be analyzed for the report. You can focus on unit activity in or out of a geofence. To put a geofence under control, move the marker from None to In or Out against a required geofence.

In the same way you can choose units (they are considered as 'moving geofences'). In this case, indicate radius for these units. So, you can get information about unit activity in or out of the area of selected units. To quickly find a necessary geofence or unit, use the search mask.

You can enter both integer or fractional numbers. Use point as a delimiter for fractional numbers.

Each of described above limitations can be applied both independently or along with other limitations. If the option Retrieve intervals (in the Sensors or Speed sections) is combined with other conditions, then the filtration by other conditions is applied after retrieving the appropriate intervals.

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