Over Speed Dashboard

The Over Speed Dashboard in Reports / Over Speed Dashboard provides you with an ‘at-a-glance’ view of your fleet’s speeding behaviour and allows you to quickly identify best and worst performers. You can drill down to access detailed information and provide your drivers with specific, actionable feedback to take on board.

Alongside your own vehicles, you can view vehicles shared with you by another organisation using EROAD Share.


NOTE: You can tell us if Depot shows inaccurate speed limits by requesting a posted speed limit review.


Key features

  • View drivers, vehicles, or fleets
  • Compare speeding behaviour based on total or average numbers of speed events
  • Focus on specific speeding levels by selecting Over Speed Bands
  • View speeding within your organisation’s Virtual Speed Camera areas
  • Trend chart shows improvements over time
  • Drill down to view detailed information for each driver:
    • Speed details: speed, speed limit, date/time and location
    • Top 10 speeding locations
    • Over speed zone profile: events by speed limit
    • Map showing speeding locations 

NOTE: Virtual Speed Camera events for shared vehicles are based on the Virtual Speed Cameras set up in the sharing organisation's MyEROAD. The viewing organisation will need to ask the sharing org to set up Virtual Speed Cameras in MyEROAD if required for monitoring.

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Requesting a posted speed limit review

When reviewing your drivers’ speed events in the Over Speed Dashboard, you might occasionally encounter a speed limit in MyEROAD that is not in line with actual posted speed limits on the road. In order to fast-track the map update process and include your drivers’ first-hand road network knowledge, you can report out-of-date speed limits in Depot.

To submit an updated speed limit, locate the out-of-date speed limit in the Over Speed Dashboard:

  1. On the Over Speed Dashboard in Reports / Over Speed Dashboard click on a vehicle or driver to access speed details.
  2. In Speed Detail, click on a speed event that shows an out-of-date speed limit in the Limit column.
    The location where the speed event has occurred will be displayed on the map.
  3. Click speed limit request icon in the top-right corner of the screen.
    The Request Posted Speed Review screen will show including the current speed limit in Depot.

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  4. Enter the updated speed limit.
  5. Click Submit.

Once verified, we will include the new speed limit in MyEROAD, usually within 7 business days. 

NOTE: Updated speed limits cannot be applied retrospectively.

NOTE: Click google icon in the top-right corner of the screen to open Google Maps Satellite View and view details at the location of the selected speed event.


Exporting the Report

You can export the report in PDF and CSV format, and then print or forward it for further use.

To export the report:

  • Click spanner5 Tools / Export PDF or Export CSV.
    The report will be downloaded in your browser.

To export the report to email:

  • Click spanner5 Tools / Send PDF to email or Send CSV to email.
    You will receive the report as an email attachment, please check your inbox.


Scheduling the Report

You can schedule the report to receive it by email on a regular basis.

To schedule the report:

  • Click spanner5 Tools / Schedule this Report.
  • Fill in the Schedule Report screen.
  • Click Add.


Important information on accuracy - please read: EROAD’s Ehubo uses internal and external sensors to measure the vehicle’s distance and speed. 

For the EHUBO product, the speed measured is accurate to within +/- 0.01 metres a second which, in normal operating conditions, equates to +/- 0.036 km/h.

Where abnormal conditions may affect the accuracy of the GPS and, consequently, the speed recorded, EROAD’s system is designed to filter out speed events which may be affected by these conditions.

Should you need to validate any speed event(s), you can contact EROAD's Helpdesk and EROAD will support you by ensuring the satellite signals were not compromised and validate the vehicle speed using distance and time measurements.

Please note that EROAD relies on posted speed limits supplied by a third party mapping provider and customers.  EROAD uses commercially reasonable endeavours to ensure these posted speed limits are current; however on occasion these posted speed limits may be incorrect. Should you need to validate any speed event(s), you can contact EROAD's Helpdesk and EROAD will support you by validating that the comparison to the posted speed is up-to-date and correct, ensure the satellite signals were not compromised and validate the vehicle speed using distance and time measurements.