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Mobileye Exception Report

Description

The Mobileye exception report applies Mobileye rules to the Risk Management report to measure and log the number of warnings for:

  1. Lane Departure Warning
  2. Urban Forward Collision Warning
  3. Forward Collision Warning
  4. Headway Warning
  5. Mobileye Tamper Alert
  6. Pedestrian Collision Warning

The rule names must be labelled exactly as stated in the list above, the order does not matter. The report takes into account the total mileage driven to normalize the events/100 miles.

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Features & Benefits

  • Monitor vehicle safety via mobileye exception rules
  • Multiple categories of rules can be measured
  • Normalized data for easy comparison

Instructions

To learn how to import a report into MyGeotab, view our Reporting Basics training found here.

After starting the file import, follow the steps below:

  • In the Report View tab, under Additional Report Options, set Group By to None as this will not be a trended report
  • Select On for Hide rows with zero distance.
  • Under Grouping Options, keep the default setting of Individual Devices or Drivers. This ensures you receive detailed vehicle information as opposed to summarized group information.
  • In Exception Rules, select the rules in the order below:
  • Forward Collision Warning
  • Headway Warning
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Pedestrian Collision Warning
  • Urban Forward Collision Warning
  • Mobileye Tamper Alert

** This is important! If the rules are not in this exact order and are not named the exact same as the above, the headers will be pointing to the incorrect rule.

To configure this report as a Dashboard or Emailed Report, you will need to apply additional settings.

  • Set the Report Date Range to your desired range.
  • Set your refresh rate to reflect the date range. Ex. Date Range of Last Week should be set to refresh Weekly on a Sunday night or Monday morning.
  • Select the group of vehicles you would like included in the report. By default, it is set to Everything as the user will only receive what they have access to.
  • Select the group of users who should be able to view/receive this report. Ex. If this report is only meant for the Maintenance department, create a group a group called Maintenance Reports and assign the maintenance users to that group.
  • Under Additional Report Options, set Group By to None as this will not be a trended report.
  • Select On for Hide rows with zero distance.
  • Under Grouping Options, keep the default setting of Individual Devices or Drivers. This ensures you receive detailed vehicle information as opposed to summarized group information.

Instructions for how to create the rules mentioned above can be found here.

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Regions

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United States

Mexico

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Support languages

English

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