Use the Operator ID report for displaying driver association in connection with the Operator ID hardware installed in an asset. The report shows trips an asset took and the associated driver. If a trip does not have an associated driver, then this report enables you to associate any driver in Ground Traffic Control to a trip that had no driver card scanned at the beginning or end.
Note: Operator ID associates the driver of the last scan at any time for the duration of a trip which is Engine On to Engine Off. If a card is scanned during a trip, that driver will be associated with the entire trip, including any time prior to the scan.
There are two permissions associated with the Operator ID report within Ground Traffic Control: Viewoperatorid: If you have this permission set, you can view and run the Operator ID report. Editoperatorid: If you have this permission set, you can edit entries within the report after you run the report.
- To access the Operator ID report, on the main menu click Reports, under Fuel, Diagnostics, and Usage select Operator ID. The Operator ID report appears.
- Click Filters, define the following criteria to narrow your search results, and then click Apply.
|Driver||Expand the dropdown menu and select a driver for which you want to search or select All Drivers to search all operator records.|
|Locations||Expand the dropdown menu and select a location for which you want to search or select All Locations to search all location records.|
|Asset||Expand the dropdown menu and select an asset ID to search for trips generated by that ID or select All Assets to search all asset-generated trips.|
|From/To||Define a start and end date for which you want data returned during that defined range.|
|Attribute Filters||Expand the dropdown menu and select a group of predefined attributes assigned to assets for which you want to search. See the Admin Attributes topic for more information.|
|Select Attributes||Expand the dropdown menu and select a predefined attribute assigned to assets for which you want to search. For example, an asset can either be classified with a diesel or natural gas attribute, which pertains to the fuel source used.|
|Min. Duration||Enter the minimum time for a trip duration, returning data for trips lasting longer than this value.|
|Min. Distance||Enter the minimum mileage for a trip duration, returning data for trips going further than this value.|
|Include Trips in Progress||Click to select this option to include in-progress trips in your search results.|
The results table displays the following information matching your filter criteria:
|Date/Time||Displays the date and time the trip started.|
|Asset No||Display the ID number associated with the asset that generated the trip. Click Info to display the available asset information. Click the asset ID to display all EVIRs reported for that asset.|
|Duration||Displays the total time the trip took from start to finish. A trip is defined as from Engine On event to Engine Off event. If you selected the Include Trips in Progress option, then this cell will display In Progress accordingly.|
|Distance (mi)||Displays the distance that was traveled during the trip. Click the distance value to display the path report for this trip.|
|Driver (Driver ID)||If a trip has an associated driver, their name and their ID appears in this column. If a trip occurred and no scans were recorded, Unknown Driver appears in this column.|
|Edited||If a trip has had the driver association edited, a Y appears in this column.|
|Edited||Click Edit to change that trip and associate the correct driver, and to make other similar edits.|
You can edit trips that are not associated with a driver and display Unknown Driver or trips that are associated with a driver but are incorrect and need editing to assign the correct driver.
- In the results table, click to edit that asset-generated trip record.
A popup window appears displaying the selected trip. This window also displays any edits that were previously made to the trip and the Ground Traffic Control user that made the update.
- To assign a new driver or update the trip, enter the correct driver’s name and a list of possible driver names appears. Select the correct name from the list, and then click Update Driver.
Note: If the driver’s name does not appear in the list or you type the entire name but do NOT select the name from the displayed list, the Update Driver button will remain disabled. Ensure you click the name from the auto-populated list.