We have added a new report in beta to GPS Insight which details your drivers’ aggressive driving habits.
[ This report ONLY works with the GPS Insight 3900 and 4000, and if you are an existing customer, you will need to ask your salesperson or support to turn it on, as it requires a firmware upgrade to your devices, which we are happy to do remotely (over the air). ]
You run it here:
(Note there are both Acceleration and Acceleration Summary reports)
Here is the Summary Report, which helps you to identify your most aggressive accelerators (“gunner”) and decelerators (“braker”):
As always, you can sort by clicking on any of the blue column headings. By clicking on one of the histogram graphs on the right you can compare the average acceleration/deceleration profile to a single vehicle:
And last, you can click through in the “Avg” columns to get detailed data about where the acceleration/deceleration took place:
Hovering your mouse over any address or location will then show you a map of that activity’s location.
In this case, I am accelerating very quickly to get onto the freeway from an on-ramp.
You can also (as always) export the locations to either a browser based map, Google Earth, or a spreadsheet, and scheduled the report to be sent to you automatically per your exact schedule.
With our GPSI-3900 and GPSI-4000 we will be adding more acceleration and deceleration capabilities, reports, and alerts, and will also support an accident “black box” functionality where if a significant G-force (e.g. accident) happens, we buffer and send the last 15 seconds of exact location/speed/acceleration/deceleration/direction information as well as the 15 seconds following the impact. This should be available later in the year, but purchasing a GPSI-3900 or 4000 will ensure you have that capability when it becomes available.