The Proof of Service report displays sensor activity for monitoring and reporting of vehicles to deliver a comprehensive record of activity to the customers, who are monitoring contractual obligations or service level agreements (SLAs). The Proof of Service report enables you to monitor and report duration and distance travelled by the vehicles from sensor ON to sensor OFF. It provides a rich map view of daily, weekly, and monthly activity.
To win, retain and get paid for civil contracting or construction contracts, it is critical to be able to monitor and deliver proof that the required activity is being executed to a high standard. Proof of Service provides gold standard reporting with a map visualization of vehicle or fleet activity for the contracted period and area, as well as an auditable drill-down of every auxiliary equipment activation.
EROAD’s Ehubo2 and ETrack Wired can deliver an accurate, verifiable, record of service to your contract holders with up to three sensor inputs attached to auxiliary equipment. The Proof of Service report confirms that a comprehensive description of civil contracting activity is active, which includes gritter, sweeper, excavator, grader, or other vehicles with auxiliary equipment.
Both a map visualisation for quick proof of activity across a day, week, or month, and a CSV detailing requisite activity is available for download or scheduling — either to Project Managers for monitoring of the fleet’s activity or to the contract holder.
The Proof of Service report delivers a a highly accurate record of auxiliary equipment activity, drastically reducing the Project Manager’s time for contract reporting. Customers additionally have the option to provide the contract owner with login credentials to view activity completed in their own portal view.
Note: See the Proof of Service FAQ help page for more information.
Generating the Proof of Service Report
Perform the following steps to run a Proof of Service report.
- Click Reports in the red menu bar.
- Click the Proof of Service icon on the Reports screen. The Proof of Service dialog box appears.
- Click the Select Group drop-down arrow and select a group.
- Click the Select Period drop-down arrow and select the time period for the report. The report defaults to the last 30 days.
- (optional) Click the From drop-down arrow and select the beginning date of the reporting period.
- (optional) Click the To drop-down arrow and select the ending date of the reporting period.
- Click Search.
The report displays the sensor activity of vehicles selected within the date range and includes vehicle name, distance, and duration, as shown in the following illustration.
- Click the Sensor Type drop-down arrow on the upper right corner of the map view to select display options.
Exporting the Proof of Service Report
The Proof of Service report can be exported as a CSV file. It can also be scheduled for delivery to your email address. Perform the following steps to export the Proof of Service report.
- Click the Action icon in the blue Proof of Service section on the screen.
- Click the Export as CSV option.
The Proof of Service report includes the following data to prove that service has been completed in line with SLAs or contractual requirements.
|Column Name||Sample Value||Definition|
|Activity||Sweeper||Name of I/O|
|Plate||CME123||Plate of vehicle|
|Asset Code||DO123||Asset code of vehicle|
|I/O Start||7/18/2014 9:20 AM||Start date and time the auxiliary equipment was engaged|
419 Kyber Pass Rd
|Address location where the auxiliary equipment was engaged|
|Start Lat Long||
|Latitude / longitude where the auxiliary equipment was engaged|
|I/O End||7/18/2014 9:41 AM||End date and time of the auxiliary equipment disengagement|
|End Location|| 599 Kyber Pass Rd
|Address location where the auxiliary equipment was disengaged|
|End Lat Long|| -36.712613
|Latitude / longitude where the auxiliary equipment was disengaged|
|Distance||1230||Distance (metres) in which the auxiliary equipment was engaged|
|Duration||21||Duration (minutes) in which the auxiliary equipment was engaged|
|Average Speed||34||Average speed that the vehicle travelled whilst the auxiliary equipment was engaged|