The Driver Scoring Report is available under the Fleet Reports section for organisations with the “Driver” functionality enabled.
The driver score is calculated as follows:
- Each driver starts with a score of 100
- Points are deducted for the number of restricted events per 100 kilometres/miles
- KM or Miles is dependant on the user's unit settings
- Each category has a maximum deduction, as detailed below (e.g. the maximum number of points a driver can lose for harsh acceleration is 15 points). The maximum possible score a driver can achieve, is 100.
Unit of measurement
|Harsh acceleration||Number of events per 100 km/miles||15|
|Harsh braking||Number of events per 100 km/miles||25|
|Harsh cornering||Number of events per 100 km/miles||30|
|Speeding||Amount of time spent speeding as a percentage of the time in motion (drive time minus idle time)||30|
How are Event Scores Calculated
Though the below applies to Harsh Cornering, Harsh Braking and Harsh Acceleration, the example used here is for Harsh Cornering.
The number of Harsh Cornering Events per 100 units (km/miles) is converted to a percentage and saved as HarshCorneringEventsPer100DistanceUnits, i.e
|1||HarshCorneringEvents = 50|
|2||TripsTotalDistance = 1000|
|3||HarshCorneringEventsPer100DistanceUnits = (HarshCorneringEvents*100) / TripsTotalDistance|
The value of HarshCorneringWeightedEventsPer100DistanceUnits is now weighted by being subtracted from the corresponding weight, as listed above.
|2||HarshCorneringWeight = 30|
|3||HarshCorneringWeightedValue = Harsh_Cornering_Weight - HarshCorneringEventsPer100DistanceUnits|
The Driver Score is calculated by summing the weighted values of each of the variables.
|5||DriverScore = HarshAccelerationWeightedValue + HarshBrakingWeightedValue + HarshCorneringWeighhtedValue+SpeedingWeightedValue|
Please note the following criteria for the Driver Scoring Report to be accessible and to return meaningful data:
- The user’s organisation must have the “Driver” functionality enabled;
- Drivers must be captured against trips – either manually, via a fixed driver per asset, or using driver ID tags;
- The asset being used must be set to capture speeding, harsh events and excessive idling