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How to extract a points report from the device screen?
How to extract a points report from the device screen?

Learn how to extract the device points report.

Updated over a week ago

Extracting the vehicle's points report is super simple! 😃 We'll go through the step-by-step process in this article.

Access the "Organization" section at the top left corner of the screen, and select the "Devices" topic.

On the left-hand side, search for the device using the IMEI or Identifier, go to "More Details" to open a new tab. Then, click on "Linkages" and select the 📰 icon located at the bottom left corner of the screen.

Choose the File Format and set a start and end period for the report you want to extract. After filling it in, click Save, and the file will be sent to your email.

📃 The generated report is called a Points Report and contains the following information:

  • Company

  • License Plate

  • Start Date

  • End Date

  • Date: Indicates the point's date.

  • Time: Indicates the point's time.

  • Latitude & Longitude: Indicates the point's coordinates.

  • Address: Translates the address related to the coordinates indicated in the previous column.

  • Ignition: Indicates whether the vehicle was on or off.

  • Speed (km/h): Indicates the vehicle's speed.

  • Device Odometer: Indicates the device's mileage.

  • GPS Fixed: Indicates if there was a satellite connection at the time the point was collected.

  • Satellites: Indicates the number of satellites connected to the equipment.

  • Historical Point: Indicates if there was a 2G connection at the time the point was collected.

  • Battery Voltage: Indicates the voltage in the device's battery.

  • Reserve Battery Voltage: Indicates the voltage in the equipment's internal battery.

  • Alarms: Indicates if there are any alarms in the sent point.

It's important to note that each point indicates a location where the vehicle was turned on (or off), and the set of points traced by a vehicle in a day defines what we call the vehicle's routes.

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