Driver scores are collected and calculated across a 7-day period (excluding the current day) and then ranked in order of best to worst.
If two drivers have exactly the same score, their rank will be determined according to how the sort algorithm has sifted the data. Therefore, one may be 2nd and the other 3rd. Keep in mind that the sort algorithm goes into decimals, so exact scores are possible but highly unlikely.
Drivers are only ranked against other currently active drivers. For example, if a driver is on leave, the number of active drivers will be less in terms of the group against which the driver is ranked.
No trips. In other words, the driver has not traveled any distance during the 7-day time period.
MiX Integrate is an integration platform enabling the transfer of data for use outside of MiX Fleet Manager. The integration consists of RESTful APIs as well as data feed mechanisms to support specific use cases.
MiX Integrate includes swagger documentation for all endpoints that are currently available. This includes positional, event, and trip data as well as driver and asset data amongst others. The swagger documentation also provides a sample of properties that are available as part of the specific method thus providing further insight into exactly what is returned.
Absolutely – you can access historic and real-time data based on information from the tracking device.
No. It applies to both moveable and fixed assets.