How is Seatbelt Data Captured:
Seatbelt data is captured from the ECM of the asset. IntelliShift’s proprietary firmware decodes the unique identifiers of the ECM to identify the seatbelt being buckled or unbuckled under asset utilization.
What is the level of Accuracy of Seatbelt Data
The Accuracy of the seatbelt data will be reporting at 100% accuracy for all supported Year, Makes, and Models. IntelliShift’s Engineer team and Vehicle Data Analysts are continually working to enhance the database of assets with supported seatbelt statuses. Before an asset is enabled for Seatbelt Status reporting it goes through a rigorous field-testing process to ensure that the Seatbelt reporting data is accurate. To ensure the accuracy reporting part of the IntelliShift’s proprietary firmware, a 30 second debounce timer is utilized to ensure that there is no immediate change is seatbelt status.
Where is the Data Viewable within the IntelliShift Platform
- Fleet Status
- Map View
- Asset Information Bubble
- Quick Zoom
** Seatbelt Status will only be displayed while the Asset’s Ignition is On
How Frequently is Seatbelt Status Updated
With IntelliShift’s Event-Driven Data, seatbelt status will be updated for each event that is reported from the asset. This status will be displayed immediately within the Intellishift Platform. The device will not update upon the Seatbelt being buckled or unbuckled, that seatbelt status is delivered upon the following events:
- Ignition On
- Movement Start
- Movement Continued
- Movement Stopped
Getting Alerts on Unbuckled Seatbelts
Within Alerts > Create Alerts, users can set up a Seatbelt Monitoring alert. This will allow users to receive a notification when an asset is being operated without the operator's seatbelt being buckled. There are two values that need to be set which will define when the alert will be triggered.
- Speed: Users will define the speed at which operation of the asset needs to be above in order to the seatbelt alert to trigger. There is a minimum speed threshold of 5mph.
- Stop Duration: Users will define a stop duration, this is used to limit the number of alerts that are sent. Once the first alert is triggered that the asset is being operated with the seatbelt being unbuckled, the asset will need to be stopped for a time above the set threshold and then upon operating again another alert will be delivered. There is a minimum stop threshold of 5 minutes.
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