Site Report

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Introduction to the Site Report 

The Site Report shows how many times your vehicles have visited/stopped at a particular location. It can be used to backdate on any location a vehicle has stopped even when there is no geofence e.g. if you spot a driver visiting an undesirable address (e.g. their home) during work hours, you can then run the Site Report to see if this is frequent behaviour. 

Please Note: The vehicle needs to be stopped at the location to appear on the site report. To see if a vehicle has been near a location or perhaps driven past but not necessarily stopped, use the Location Report

How does it work?

There are two ways to run a Site Report - through Reports or directly through your Spectate map. We've put together some quick videos below to show you both ways. 

Option 1

Step-by-step guide: 

Step 1: From your Argus Dashboard, head to Reporting > Site Report

Step 2: Select the asset/group you'd like to report on 

Step 3: Select a date range from the options listed (today, last month etc) or choose a customised range 

Step 4: Choose a report format (Web Version, Printer Friendly PDF or CSV) 

Step 5: In the address field, begin typing in the address you'd like to report on and select the correct location from the results drop-down box. (If you are running the report from Spectate, the location is automatically populated. 

Step 6: Type in the distance (m) you'd like to report on or leave at the default of 200 meters

Step 7: When done, click the blue Run Report button to finish


Option 2


Step-by-step guide: 

Step 1: From your Argus Dashboard, head to Spectate

Step 2: Right-click the spot on the map you'd like to run the report on (this will automatically input the latitude/longitude from the location you selected on the map). 

Step 3: Follow steps 2-7 from the step-by-step guide above.


Available on MIDI and OMNI plans. Want to upgrade? Contact your Account Manager for more information!

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