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TeMeDa Mobile App 1.3

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Documents Tab

We’ve added the ability to upload and view Documents on Assets and Maintenance Logs. You can upload any number of files, documents, pdfs, or photos – and associate those documents to an Asset or Maintenance Log. Simply tap the Docs tab to view photos – or add any type of Document within the Add/Edit Asset or Add/Edit Maintenance Log screens.

You can quickly use your phone camera to add photos to Assets or Maintenance Logs – or choose one or more photos from your phone’s photo library. You can also choose GoogleDrive, DropBox or other cloud sources for your documents. You can download documents onto your phone and save them to your library.

Asset Detail: Docs Tab

View a Document

Edit Maintenance Log

Select and View Photo

Asset – Quick Directions

We’ve added a new feature to quickly get directions to any Asset. Just tap the arrow on the address line within the Asset Detail view and your phone will provide directions using Apple Maps or Google Maps – you can even request an Uber ride to your Asset!

Quick Directions

Prompt for Map

Directions

TeMeDa App 2.15

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Documents Tab

We’ve added Documents to Assets, Asset Dashboard, Maintenance Plans, and Maintenance Logs. Documents allows you to upload any number of files, documents, pdfs, or photos – and associate those documents to an Asset, Maintenance Plan, or Maintenance Log. Simply drag and drop files from your computer directly to the new Documents tab. Users can then view Asset Documents in the Asset Dashboard, or Maintenance Documents in the Plans or Logs.

Documents: Asset Dashboard

Documents: Maintenance Log

Documents: Maintenance Logs/Service History

Show/Hide Locations on Map

We’ve added a new button on the Map to Show/Hide Locations for your current zoom level on the Map. When you click the “Show Locations” button, any Locations within the current view port will appear on the Map. Click again to hide the Locations.

Show/Hide Locations

Location Filter by Type

TeMeDa Mobile App 1.2.1

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“Live Look” feature added for Assets with Cameras

We’ve added our “Live Look” feature for Assets with on-board cameras. Now you can view a live video stream of your Assets driving down the road, and can easily switch from dashboard camera to driver camera for units with multiple cameras. The Live Look feature can be accessed by tapping an Asset to view the Asset Detail page, then tap the “Live” camera icon.

Restricted Admin Support

We’ve also added support for the new “Restricted Admin” user role. Restricted Admins that have been granted Asset access can now edit and delete Assets using the phone app.

TeMeDa App 2.12.0

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Table of Contents

  1. Account Hierarchy – 5 Levels (part 2 of 3)
  2. Asset Detail – added ability to edit Hierarchy
  3. New Alert: Time Limit Exceeded and No Movement outside Location(s)
  4. Locations, Zones, Projects – set Active or Inactive
  5. Locations on History Trail View
  6. Manage Account Notifications via Admin Menu
  7. International Language support for Assets and Alerts
  8. Quick Groups added to Grid
  9. New User Role – Restricted Admin

Account Hierarchy 2

In TeMeDa app v2.12 we have added support for customers to create their own Account Hierarchies up to 5 levels deep. This feature allows a TeMeDa ‘parent’ account to create ‘child’ customer accounts, and those child customer accounts can also have their own child accounts, and so on. Admins can create any number of child accounts within 5 levels. Users can then be created and assigned to individual child accounts. Assets assigned to the parent account can be re-assigned down to child accounts. Account Hierarchy allows for clear separation of Assets, Users, Groups, Projects, Locations, Zones, Alerts, and Maintenance amongst the various business units, regions and departments within an organization. Account Hierarchy can be accessed by account Admins using the Admin, Account, Account Hierarchy menu.

Example 1: A large corporation with multiple Regions and Departments:

Parent Company ACME Logistics has 2 regions: Midwest and East. The Midwest region has 2 Departments: Operations and Logistics. The East region also has 2 Departments: Sales and Marketing. ACME parent company can assign Assets to each child Region, and each Region can re-assign those assets down to individual Departments. In this scenario, the Midwest Region has no visibility to the Assets in the East Region and vice versa. Also, the Midwest Operations Department has no visibility to Assets in the Midwest Logistics Department or any other Department.

Example 2: An OEM Manufacturer with multiple Dealerships and Customers:

Parent Company ACME Equipment has 50 dealerships with each dealership selling products to many customers: ACME Equipment can create child accounts for each dealership. Each dealership can have its own Assets, Users, Groups, Alerts, etc. that are separate from the parent account. Each dealership is isolated for others dealerships information. ACME Equipment can provide each of its dealerships with a secure and separate telematics solution. In turn, each dealership can offer this same service to its own customers. Each customer is isolated from all other customers.

Example 3: A mid-size company with many customers:

Parent Company ACME Rentals has 100 customers: ACME Rentals can create child accounts for each customer. Each customer can have its own Assets, Users, Groups, Alerts, etc that are separate from the parent account. Each customer is isolated from other customer accounts. ACME Rentals can provide each of its customers with a secure and separate telematics solution.

Account Hierarchy Examples:

Account Hierarchy Setup:

Asset Detail – Added the ability to configure Asset within Hierarchy

Customers now have the ability to set the Account Hierarchy of an Asset directly in the Asset Detail page. Prior to this release, customers needed to make Hierarchy updates in the Hierarchy List pages. Now, when adding or editing an Asset, navigate to the new “Hierarchy” tab to configure the asset within a particular account within your corporate hierarchy.

Asset Detail:

New Alert: Time Limit Exceeded and No Movement outside Location(s)

The new “Time Limit Exceeded and No Movement outside Location(s)” Alert will trigger when one or more assets is located outside one or more known geo-fence Locations, has not moved, and has been in that state for greater than the configured time period in hours.  This alert can be used to detect vehicles/operators that have stopped outside of your known work locations for an extended period of time.

Locations on History Trail

The History Trail Map view now displays an overlay of any geo-fence Locations that an Asset stopped in during the time frame selected. Locations can be toggled on/off by clicking the Show/Hide Locations button.

Location on History Trail:

Active or Inactive Locations, Zones, and Projects

Customers now have the ability to set Locations, Zones, or Projects as Active on Inactive. Only active items will show in the Accordion and Alerts. Inactive items will still show up on the Admin Menu so that they can be re-activated or deleted. This allows customers to keep all Locations, Zones, and Projects in the system but to activate only those items in use to keep the user interface clean and un-cluttered.

Location on History Trail:

Manage Account Notifications via Admin Menu

Customer Admins now have the ability to manage all alert Notifications in one central location. Admins can go to the new Admin | Account | Notifications menu to add/edit/delete alert notification email addresses and sms text message phone numbers.

Menu Button:

Notifications Window:

International Language support for Assets and Alerts

The app now has support for international characters on Asset Name, Descriptions, and Alert messages.

Quick Groups added to Grid

Admins can now quickly create Groups by using the Grid to sort/filter assets, then clicking the Add Group.

Quick Groups:

New User Role – Restricted Admin

We’ve added a new User Role named “Restricted Administrator”. A Restricted Admin has read-only visibility to all Assets in his/her organization on the Map, Accordion, Alerts, Maintenance and Reports, however, the Restricted Admin can be configured with limited Add/Edit/Delete capabilities for all system entities. System entities include Account Hierarchy, Account Notifications, Assets, Cameras, Drivers, Groups, Locations, Projects, Sensors, Unassigned Devices, and Zones. For example, an Admin can create a Restricted Admin that can only Add/Edit/Delete Account Notifications and Groups. This user cannot Add/Edit/Delete other entities such as Assets, Drivers, etc.

TeMeDa App 2.11.0

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Table of Contents

  1. Account Hierarchy 1
  2. User Impersonation
  3. Primary Asset
  4. New Alert: “Location Time-Limit Exceeded”
  5. New Alert: “Location In/Out”
  6. TeMeDa API Portal – Production Release
  7. Barcode Scanner in smartphone apps

Account Hierarchy 1

In TeMeDa app v2.11 we have added support for customers to create their own Account Hierarchies. This feature allows a TeMeDa ‘parent’ account to create ‘child’ customer accounts, and those child customer accounts can also have their own child accounts. Admins can create any number of child accounts within 3 levels. Users can then be created and assigned to individual child accounts. Assets assigned to the parent account can be re-assigned down to child accounts. Account Hierarchy allows for clear separation of Assets, Users, Groups, Projects, Locations, Zones, Alerts, and Maintenance amongst the various business units, regions and departments within an organization. Account Hierarchy can be accessed by account Admins using the Admin, Account, Account Hierarchy menu.

   Example 1: A large corporation with multiple Regions and Departments

Parent Company ACME Logistics has 2 regions: Midwest and East. The Midwest region has 2 Departments: Operations and Logistics. The East region also has 2 Departments: Sales and Marketing. ACME parent company can assign Assets to each child Region, and each Region can re-assign those assets down to individual Departments. In this scenario, the Midwest Region has no visibility to the Assets in the East Region and vice versa. Also, the Midwest Operations Department has no visibility to Assets in the Midwest Logistics Department or any other Department.

   Example 2: An OEM Manufacturer with multiple Dealerships and Customers

Parent Company ACME Equipment has 50 dealerships with each dealership selling products to many customers: ACME Equipment can create child accounts for each dealership. Each dealership can have its own Assets, Users, Groups, Alerts, etc that are separate from the parent account. Each dealership is isolated for others dealerships information. ACME Equipment can provide each of its dealerships with a secure and separate telematics solution. In turn, each dealership can offer this same service to its own customers. Each customer is isolated from all other customers.

   Example 3: A mid-size company with many customers:

Parent Company ACME Rentals has 100 customers: ACME Rentals can create child accounts for each customer. Each customer can have its own Assets, Users, Groups, Alerts, etc that are separate from the parent account. Each customer is isolated from other customer accounts. ACME Rentals can provide each of its customers with a secure and separate telematics solution.

Account Hierarchy Examples:

Account Hierarchy Setup:

Account Hierarchy – New Accordion blade:

Account Hierarchy – New Filter on Admin, Users List page:

User Impersonation

Admins can now impersonate any Non-Admin users, and can impersonate both Admins and Non-Admins in child account hierarchies. This way, an Admin can replicate the experience of a user within his organization, without asking that user for his/her credentials. This allows Admins the ability to verify the accessibility of Assets, Groups, Locations, etc for any User. User impersonation is especially useful for simulating the experience of users within child account hierarchies.

Primary Asset

Assets can now have a “Primary Asset”. Only Primary Assets are displayed on the Map. This is useful for Assets that have multiple telematics devices installed on a single vehicle or piece of equipment. When multiple assets in the system are associated to a single Primary Asset, the Map will only display the Primary Assets so as to not clutter up the Map.

New Alert: Location Time-Limit Exceeded

The new “Location Time-Limit Exceeded” Alert will trigger when one or more assets is located within a geo-fence Location greater than the configured time period in hours.

New Alert: Location In/Out

The new “Location In/Out” Alert will trigger when one or more assets goes in or out of a geo-fence Location. This alert allows a simpler approach to the process of setting up both a “Location Entry” and a “Location Exit” alert for customers who want to know when an Asset enters and leaves a location.

TeMeDa API Portal – Production Release

The TeMeDa API is a set of application programming interfaces (APIs) developed by TeMeDa which allow communication with TeMeDa Services and their integration to other services. Examples of these include Asset information such as odometer and engine hours, Locations, Reports, Maintenance, History Trails, and Alerts. TeMeDa customers can use these APIs to take advantage of or extend the functionality of their existing services and internal applications.

The TeMeDa API portal provides a comprehensive list of RESTful JSON-based APIs that allow TeMeDa customers the ability to securely view, analyze and manage their telemetry devices and data. Developers can use this portal to discover and learn about the TeMeDa APIs, and can try out the various API calls right within the portal to view real-time production data in their customer account.

Barcode Scanner

The TeMeDa smartphone app and the TeMeDa Installer app now allow you to scan the telematics device serial number barcode when adding or editing Assets. This will allow Admins and Installers with the ability to quickly select devices without having to scroll through long lists of serial numbers and will help prevent the wrong device from getting entered into the app.

TeMeDa Native App 1.0 and TeMeDa App 2.10.0

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Overview

Introduction:

TeMeDa Native App version 1.0 for mobile is here! Harness the power of TeMeDa vehicle and asset management in the palm of your hand!

Description:

TeMeDa is an asset tracking, monitoring and management solution for a wide variety of powered and un-powered assets such as cars, trucks, tractors, trailers, construction equipment, cranes, excavators, generators, shipping containers and much more. TeMeDa transforms your fleet data into useful information and actionable intelligence. You can locate and monitor your assets, reduce costs, improve utilization, and maximize productivity. TeMeDa is a comprehensive mixed-fleet GPS telematics solution that is simple to use and easy to install.

The new TeMeDa Native App is a powerful asset management tool available on your Android or Apple smartphone. You must be an existing TeMeDa customer to launch the TeMeDa Native App. Some of the TeMeDa Native App features include:

  • View the location and status of all your vehicles and assets in real-time on a map.
  • Get real-time vehicle information such as speed, odometer, engine hours, battery voltage, fuel level, coolant temp, rpm, idling, etc.
  • Go back in time to view and play back the history trail of an asset.
  • Receive and view Alerts on your phone for system triggered events such as speeding, off-hours usage, geo-fence locations, maintenance due, etc.
  • See which drivers are operating your assets and call/text/email your drivers from within the app.
  • Quickly view the Maintenance Status of your fleet – Overdue, Due, and Not Due.
  • List and view your Assets, Alerts, Groups, Projects, Drivers, Locations, and Zones.
  • Check your account Pulse: all alerts in the past 24 hours plus the utilization of your assets in the past 7 days

Getting Started

The first time login procedure for the TeMeDa Native App has a layer of security that requires you to get a code from temeda.com on the browser.

For details check out our help doc:

https://help.temeda.com/installing-and-logging-into-the-temeda-native-app/

TeMeDa Native App 1.0.0 Release Features

After a successful login, the TeMeDa Native App Home screen will appear. The Home screen provides quick access to the most common features of the app. You can easily return to the Home screen by tapping the Home icon within the app.

  1. Assets – displays a searchable list of all your Assets with basic information and provides drill-down capability to view all Asset details including History Trail, Alerts, Maintenance, and Driver information.
  2. Map – displays a map of all your Assets.
  3. Menu – quick access to Drivers, Groups, Projects, Locations, Zones, and Unassigned Devices.
  4. Alerts – displays all company-wide alerts in the past 24 hours.
  5. Pulse – displays a dashboard of your company’s Pulse: Alerts and Asset Utilization in the past 7 days.
  6. Maintenance – displays the overall Maintenance Status for each asset in your fleet – what’s Due, Overdue, and Not Due.

Assets

Map

Menu

Alerts

Pulse

The Pulse screen provides a quick dashboard overview of your fleet’s pulse – which includes the number of Alerts in the last 24 hours and your Asset Utilization in the past 24 hours along with a bar graph of utilization over the last 7 days.

Maintenance

The Maintenance screen provides a quick dashboard overview of your fleet’s maintenance status – showing all Assets that have been associated to service plans and when each asset is due for maintenance. You can easily filter each category by tapping the All, Overdue, Due, or Not Due tabs.

TeMeDa App 2.10.0 Release Features

The TeMeDa web portal now supports both Imperial and Metric units of measure. Individual users may now set their preferred unit of measure. The units of measure will be displayed throughout the system including the Asset Popup, Dashboard, Alerts, Maintenance, and Reports.

User Profile Settings for Units of Measure

These units of measure will now be used throughout the application and can be seen in:

  • Grid – Columns based on customer configuration (Speed, Fuel, Odometer)
  • Asset Popup – Based on customer configuration (Speed, Fuel, Odometer) and data tab
  • Asset History – Speed and distance
  • Edit Asset – Asset detail – Basic (odometer) and Source Settings (odometer and speed)
  • Find Nearest Asset – Distance shown in grid
  • Asset Dashboard
    1. Dashboard – Based on customer configuration
    2. Analytics – Fuel Usage & Idle Fuel
    3. Maintenance – Current, Last Service, Logged Odometer
  • Alerts – Alert Detail
    1. Speeding alert – criteria and tokens
    2. Temperature alerts – criteria and tokens
      • GPS Device Temp Sensor High
      • GPS Device Temp Sensor Low
      • Engine Coolant Temp
      • Temperature Sensor High
      • Temperature Sensor Low
      • Hydraulic Oil Temp HCU2
  • Maintenance – Odometer on status, plans, schedules, DTCs and logs
  • Camera Events – List of events – speed
  • Media Player – Speed
  • Live Look – Speed

Reports

  • Activity Detail – Travel distance, odometer, speed, fuel economy
  • Activity Detail AEMP – Travel distance, odometer, speed, engine coolant temp, idle fuel, total fuel used
  • Activity Detail Construction – Travel distance, GPS speed, ECU Temp, Fuel used, Engine fuel rate, hydraulic oil temp
  • Begin/End Day Report – Distance, odometer
  • Fleet Summary – Distance, max speed
  • Start-Stop – Distance, max mph
  • State Mileage – Distance
  • Driver Safety Detail – Threshold speed, GPS Speed, Odometer
  • Driver Safety Summary – Threshold speed, max speed, total distance
  • Fuel Economy
  • Fuel Usage – Distance, volume per hour, fuel economy, fuel usage
  • Check Engine / Diagnostics (DTC) – Current Odometer
  • Maintenance – Due status, Odometer => Next service, current, last service
  • Group Status – Speed
  • Proximity – Distance criteria, distance, GPS Speed
  • Temperature Sensors – Average, minimum, maximum, current temperature

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TeMeDa App 2.9.0

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Table of Contents

  1. SmartWitness Camera Enhancements:
    1. History Trail Snapshot and Video Retrieval
    2. History Trail – Snapshot Viewer
    3. Live Look
    4. Live Look Viewer
    5. Severe Shock Events and Alerts
  2. Calamp 4230 DTC Events (JPOD2) for ELD Solution
  3. New Report: Asset Utilization by Hour
  4. Source Settings for Odometer, Engine Hours, Speed.
  5. Reporting Enhancements & New Idle by RPM Report
  6. UI Scalability Enhancements
  7. Installer App v1.3

1.1.  Smart Witness Camera Enhancements

History Trail Snapshot and Video Retrieval

To help make it easier to find specific video footage of a past event, Fleet Managers can now pull up the History Trail for a SmartWitness camera Asset, then select a breadcrumb point and click the “Snapshot” button. The system will rapidly retrieve a photo image snapshot at the requested date/time. This will allow the fleet manager to quickly determine if this is the correct timeframe he or she is looking for.

After a Snapshot is retrieved, the system continues to load additional Snapshots in 1 second intervals from that time forward. There is also a new time slider widget that allows you to easily request additional Snapshots within a range of the original date/time.

The retrieval of a Snapshot is a quicker operation than downloading a full video file. You can quickly go back and forth through the history trail and the Snapshot Viewer time slider widget to pinpoint the correct time frame and then request a full video for the chosen time.

1.2.  Smart Witness Camera Enhancements

History Trail – Snapshot Viewer

Quickly view photo image snapshots from the Asset History Trail, use the time frame slider widget to pinpoint the specific date/time, and then click the Get Video button to request the full audio/video file.

1.3.  Smart Witness Camera Enhancements

Live Look

Users can now view live video snapshots from the camera as it drives down the road.

1.4.  Smart Witness Camera Enhancements

Live Look Viewer

1.5.  Smart Witness Camera Enhancements

SmartWitness Camera – Severe Shock Events and Alert

When a SmartWitness camera experiences a severe shock event (over 3 G’s of gravitational force), the camera will automatically create a Severe Shock Event and upload the video to the temeda.com system. Users can also create Alerts/Notifications based upon this event.

2.  Calamp 4230 DTC Events (JPOD2) for ELD Solution

The Calamp 4230 model used in the Temeda ELD solution has now added the capture and display of Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC). Users can leverage the existing DTC alerts, reports, and display of engine fault codes and descriptions within temeda.com.

3.  New Report: Asset Utilization By Hour

The Asset Utilization By Hour report allows users to analyze how many assets are running per hour per day for a selected time frame. The report displays a graphic line chart and 24 hour heat map of the most active hours for your fleet. You can also see the Average # of active Assets per hour and the Daily Average.

4.  Source Settings for Engine Hours, Odometer, Speed

There is a new tab on the Asset Detail page called “Source Settings”. From this tab, admins can choose the source for Engine Hours, Odometer, and Speed for an asset.

  1. Engine Hours – Select where you want the Engine Hours reading to come from – the Engine Bus VCM/ECM/CAN BUS (true Engine Hours) or the GPS/Telematics Device (Calculated Engine Hours). The app will display the current values for each, and the usage for the past 2 weeks. Using this information, the app will recommend a Source Setting for the Asset you have selected.
  2. Odometer: Select where you want the Odometer reading to come from – the Engine Bus (true Engine Odometer), the GPS/Telematics Device (GPS Odometer), or VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor Odometer). The app will display the current values for each, and the usage for the past 2 weeks. Using this information, the app will recommend a Source Setting for the Asset you have selected.
  3. Speed: Select where you want the Speed reading to come from – the Engine Bus (true Engine Speed), or the GPS/Telematics Device (GPS Speed). The app will display the current values for each, and the usage for the past 2 weeks. Using this information, the app will recommend a Source Setting for the Asset you have selected.

5.  Reporting Enhancements & New Idle by RPM Report

  1. Fleet Summary Report – We have added logic to take power losses in to consideration when summarizing idle time in this report. Available with the next release.
  2. Idle RPM Report – This is a new report that allows users to select the RPM used by the report. Available with the next release.
  3. Idle Report – We have added logic to take power losses in to consideration when summarizing idle time in this report.
  4. Activity Detail Report Export – Stop Time, Idle Time, and Engine Time are now stored as numbers (seconds) and formatted in the Excel export as time.
  5. Driver Safety Summary Export – Header added to the export to show date range of report, page numbers and style fixes
  6. Total Idle Fuel Report – AEMP activity detail added and removed unused Fuel Tank #2

6.  UI Scalability Enhancements

For Customers with many Assets, Groups, Projects, Locations, or Zones – we have made User Interface enhancements that allow these entities to scale to hundreds or thousands to meet the needs of our customers as their fleets and number of tracked Assets grow. The new enhancements will allow growth without affecting the performance of the site when trying to find and display Assets, Groups, Projects, Locations, or Zones. All items in the Accordion will be paged in sets of 100 to accommodate the growth and minimize the performance impact on the site.

7.  Installer App 1.3

The TeMeDa Installer app was modified to allow for installations of various telematics hardware such as Morey MC-1’s and SmartWitness Cameras. The app will detect and display the device type and will modify the required fields based upon the device type. For example, when installing an MC-1 and creating the Asset in the Installer App, the Odometer, Engine Hours and Harness Type fields are no longer required.

For information on how to get login credentials and how to install the app, click here.

TeMeDa App 2.7.0

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Driver Safety:

TeMeDa’s new 2.7.0 release is all about Driver Safety and Driver Behavior.  TeMeDa now offers insights into how your assets are being used by operators and drivers.  Ensure your Drivers Operators are working with optimal efficiency and in a safe manner.  To help with this, we’ve created 2 new reports in the TeMeDa App: Driver Safety Summary and Driver Safety Detail. To schedule enabling Driver Safety features for your account, contact us at 855-289-7821.

There are 4 metrics in Driver Safety reports that are calculated for you:

  • Driver Safety Score: Driver Safety Events per 100 Miles Driven.
  • Speeding Event: Set by you when you run a Driver Safety report. Defaults to 75 mph but can be changed from report to report.
  • Harsh Braking: Harsh braking is when the difference in speed is of 11 mph per second. A drop from 60 mph to 48 mph in 1 second will trigger a Harsh Braking event. This can be reconfigured to be a different value by contacting TeMeDa.
  • Harsh Acceleration: Harsh Acceleration is when the difference in speed of 9 mph per second. A change from 10 mph to 20 mph in 1 second will trigger a Harsh Acceleration event. This can be reconfigured to be a different value by contacting TeMeDa.

Driver Safety Summary Report

The Driver Safety Summary Report will show your Fleet Safety Scorecard for your entire fleet along with the scores of each driver. You can adjust the top speed threshold for speeding events, and the report will total harsh accelerations, braking, and harsh maneuver events. Driver Scores are calculated as the # of Safety Events per 100 miles driven. The Report also shows Max Speed, Total Miles, and Driver Safety Risk Level per Fleet and Driver.

Driver Safety Detail Report

The Driver Safety Detail Report will show the driver safety event details and scores of each driver. You can adjust the top speed threshold for speeding events, and the report will total harsh accelerations, braking, and harsh maneuver events.

Asset Detail Page Updates

The Asset Detail page now allows you to assign a Vehicle Class to an Asset to aid in planning, maintenance and compliance.

To schedule enabling Driver Safety features for your account, contact us at 855-289-7821.

TeMeDa App 2.6.0

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Temeda App 2.6.0 allows administrators the ability to add, edit and delete Drivers and to assign these Drivers to your Assets. This feature is useful for customers that want a simple way to view the status of their Assets along with the Driver or operator assigned to the vehicle. Drivers can be assigned to one or more Assets according to a predefined schedule.

Driver List

Driver Detail, Info Tab

Driver Detail, Assign Tab

Driver Name Locations

TeMeDa App 2.5.1

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Map Cluster Toggle

TeMeDa App version 2.5.1 now allows you to toggle Map Clusters on and off. This feature is useful for customers that want to see all of their assets on the map all the time, even if they are within close proximity. For example, customers that have the Temeda App open on a TV monitor or large display screen will be able to see each asset regardless of zoom level or asset proximity. Map Clusters are toggled on by default. Use the gear icon to toggle Asset Names and Clusters on the map.

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