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Reports give access to the history of rides and allow you to assess the quality of their execution, both in terms of the route and in terms of the unit. Analysis of the report data allows you to optimize the work of passenger transport services in the future.

To go to the report page, select the Reports section in the navigation bar. To generate a report, specify its parameters (report type, object, interval) and click Execute. The maximum interval for the report is 100 days.

The following report types are available in NimBus:

  • Unit rides;
  • Route rides;
  • Unit rides (detailed);
  • Route rides (detailed);
  • Collection rides;
  • Route group rides;
  • Unit group rides.

Above the report table (except for the report on a collection of routes and the report on route group rides) there is a block with statistics that includes the following information:

  • the total number of planned rides;
  • the total number of fulfilled rides;
  • the total number of not fulfilled rides;
  • the average deviation of fulfilled rides;
  • the number of rides fulfilled behind the schedule;
  • the number of rides fulfilled ahead of schedule;
  • the number of rides fulfilled on schedule.

Click on the icon  to view the expanded block with statistics, where the data is additionally presented as a percentage.

The generated report can be exported to an XLSX format file. To do this, click on the button  in the upper-right corner of the report header.

Basic reports

Basic reports on unit rides and route rides can contain the columns listed in the table below.

ColumnDescription
RouteThe number and name of the route (its description is in parentheses).
UnitThe name of the unit that performed rides within the block. If there are several units, the column says As is.
Date

The date of the ride.

BlockThe number of the block to which the ride belongs. If the ride does not belong to any of blocks, the column is left blank.
ScheduleThe schedule (beginning and end) on the basis of which the ride was created.
BeginningThe time of the actual start of the ride, that is, the earliest time of visiting any point (usually the first one).
EndThe time of the actual end of the ride, that is, the time of the last visit to any point (usually the last one).
DurationThe actual duration of the ride. Calculated as the difference between the two previous items.
Avg deviationThe average deviation from the planned schedule. Calculated as the arithmetic mean of all deviations taken modulo.
Max hurryThe maximum hurry on the ride. It is highlighted in yellow if it exceeds the allowable hurry specified in the user settings. If there was no hurry, 0 is displayed.
Max delayThe maximum delay on the ride. It is highlighted in red if it exceeds the allowable delay specified in the user settings. If there was not a single delay, 0 is displayed.
StopsThe number of stops visited out of the total number of stops in the route.
Result

The result can be one of five options:

  • Fulfilled. One unit completed the ride and the rate of visited stops is equal to or exceeds the rate indicated in the user settings (the Fulfillment of rides field).
  • Not fulfilled. One unit completed the ride and the rate of visited stops is less than the rate indicated in the user settings.
  • No-show. One unit was assigned to the ride and did not visit any stops.
  • Part. More than one unit was involved in the ride, that is, the unit was changed during the active ride.
  • No unit. The ride was activated but was not monitored, because the unit was not assigned.
Off the route pathThe number of times the unit moved more than 50 metres away from the route path.
MileageThe length of the unit track from the first to the last visited stop. If no stop was visited, 0 is displayed.
See on the map

Viewing the ride on the map (the map is activated by clicking on the icon ).

The content of a report can be sorted by any of its columns. Click on the name of the required column to display arrows indicating the direction of sorting next to it. The up arrow indicates direct order, the down arrow indicates the reverse one. To change the direction, click on the column name again.

You can change the set of report columns by selecting the required ones in the list that appears when you click on the three horizontal dots in the right corner of the header.

When you execute a basic report for a route, the first column contains the unit name. If the unit for the ride has not been assigned, there is a dash in the column. If there were no events (stops visits) during the ride, then the BeginningEndDuration and Avg deviation columns are also not filled.

Detailed reports

The detailed version of the report gives an opportunity to obtain detailed information about each visit of the stop: the scheduled visit time, the actual entry time, the actual exit time, the length of stay at the stop, the actual deviation from the schedule (plus signifies hurry, minus signifies delay). In case of skipping the stop, in all these fields (except for the scheduled visit time) dashes are placed.

For a detailed report, select one of the items marked detailed in the list of report types and click Execute.

To see the detailed information about each visit within the ride, click on the icon  at the beginning of the line with the ride.

Report on a collection of routes

A report on a collection of routes contains the information on all its rides for the indicated period. The rides in the report are grouped based on blocks.

This report includes the columns listed in the table below.

ColumnDescription
DateThe date of the block execution.
Block

The number of the block. If grouped rides are not related to the block, the column says No block. In order to see the detailed information on each ride of the block, click on the line with it. At the beginning of the line with the block there is the icon  which indicates whether the block is collapsed/expanded.

UnitThe name of the unit that performed rides within the block. If there are several units, the column says As is.
ScheduleThe time of the start of the first and last schedules of the block.
RidesThe number of performed rides from their total number in the block.
BeginningThe date and time of the beginning of the first performed ride within the block.
EndThe date and time of the end of the last performed ride within the block.
DurationThe duration of actual being on rides. It is calculated as the difference between the two previous items.
MileageThe total mileage of the units in all the rides of the block. The mileage of the unit is calculated as the length of its track from the first to the last visited stop.

The data in the remaining columns of the report is calculated for each ride individually according to the principles described above and is shown when displaying the detailed information about the blocks.


The rides that are included in the block but belong to another collection of routes are not included in the report. In the Online 2.0 mode, rides with relative schedules are also not included in the report.

Report on route group rides

A report on route group rides contains information about the rides of the selected route group for the indicated period. The report includes the columns listed in the table below.

ColumnDescription
DateThe date of the ride.
RouteThe number and name of the route (its description is in parentheses).
UnitsThe number of units that performed rides.
PlannedThe number of planned rides.
FulfilledThe number of fulfilled rides.
Not fulfilledThe number of not fulfilled rides.
Off scheduleThe number of rides performed with deviations from the schedule that exceed the deviations specified in the user settings. Only rides with the Fulfilled result are taken into account.
On scheduleThe number of rides performed without any deviations from the schedule or with the deviations not exceeding those specified in the user settings. Only rides with the Fulfilled result are taken into account.
MileageThe total mileage of the units in all the rides of the route. The mileage of the unit is calculated as the length of its track from the first to the last visited stop.

To see the detailed information about each route, click on the icon  at the beginning of its line.

Report on unit group rides

To execute this report, you should have the View item and its basic properties access right to a unit group in Wialon.

The report includes the columns listed in the table below.

ColumnDescription
DateThe date of the rides.
UnitThe name of the unit that performed rides.
RouteThe number and name of the route (its description is in parentheses). If the rides of the unit are related to different routes, the column says As is.
BlockThe number of the block. If the rides of the unit are related to different blocks, the column says As is. If they are not related to any block, the column is empty.
Off the route pathThe number of times the unit moved more than 50 metres away from the route path.
MileageThe total mileage of the unit in all the rides. The mileage of the unit is calculated as the length of its track from the first to the last visited stop.

The data in the remaining columns of the report is shown for each ride individually when displaying detailed information on the units. The columns are described in the Base reports paragraph.

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