It can present information such as the number of vehicles in use, distance travelled, speeding and time spent on site, collating vehicle data across the fleet or by specific vehicle groups, presenting it as bar or pie graphs to make it easier to identify issues.
"The Dashboard can be customised to help individual businesses tackle key fleet management issues," said company officials. "Targets for acceptable fleet behaviour such as reasonable idling or continuous travel can be pre-determined and tracked against within the application. Results that fall within the agreed range will appear in green whereas results that do not meet targets will be highlighted in red, allowing managers to proactively tackle non-compliance."
Dynamic Dashboard also helps identify issues such as the uneven allocation of jobs across staff members, inefficient routing, speeding and levels of idling.
Dynamic Dashboard will be available in Australia from mid-December, and existing customers will be offered a complimentary upgrade of the OnlineAVL2 software.