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How can I Identify tiny stops in a route?

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In my company; we perform several routes with many stops included (like the public bus service). Each stop takes a time no longer than 20 secs.

How can I configure the route in order to see these stops in my route report?

I really need to see the compliance of the route plan.

Jorge Alejandro Saldivar

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Hello Jorge,

One way to deal with this issue is to create rules that will generate an exception when a stop (or a slowdown) occurs. This will allow you to see in what places on his route he stopped in as the point where the exceptions are generated will be marked with a red triangle and exclamation mark on the route.

If you are using zones for your route plans, you can also create a rule based on entering and/or stopping within the zones of your route.

One last option would be to use one of the IOX solutions that are compatible with our device such as the IOX-ALERT. This can allow you to create a button that, when physically pressed, can generate an exception at that point in time.

If these solutions are insufficient, please contact your reseller and they will be able to create a support ticket for further support.

 

 

Thanks,

Rafael Nazareno

Support Engineer

 

 

Rafael Nazareno 0 votes
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Thanks Rafael

1. What are the triggers to launch a Stop exception?

2. I set the rule: Speed < 0 kmh and Inside Area "Parada Oficial"; is this correct or what is the correct speed to identify a stop?

3. Do you have a IOX solution that we can use to indicate when the door bus are being opened?

Jorge Alejandro Saldivar 0 votes
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To account for GPS drift, a stop speed of < 5 km/h would be sufficient (this is the same speed condition for idling). It would also probably be ideal to add Ignition On = True to the conditions. The zone condition should work though. Additionally, depending on how the driver will drive, it may be necessary to include a stop duration quantifier (ie x seconds > duration > x seconds) so that not an excessive amount of notifications are generated.

The IOX-AUX would be able to monitor the door bus. If you require the door bus to be opened during these required stops, you can also add this to the rule's conditions.

Rafael Nazareno 0 votes
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Thanks Rafael; last question:

With these two rules can I get the same results?

   1. Inside Area "ZONE TYPE" and Stop and Ignition is true.

   2. Inside Area "ZONE TYPE" and Speed < 5 kmh and Ignition is true

Jorge Alejandro Saldivar 0 votes
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Hello,

Under ideal conditions, yes. However, practically speaking, there may be some GPS drift causing some movement, so the safer bet would be Speed < 5 km.

Rafael Nazareno 0 votes