It's hard to keep track of what you own, what it's worth, when you added it to your fleet, and what it's done over its life. The asset register collates data from multiple sources, providing a visual snapshot of your fleet and assets, all in one place. Think of your asset register as a stock list for your assets, that can be customised to show the information that you need.
To customise the Asset Register table, from the side menu go to Fleet Management > Asset Register, then click on the blue Columns List button to access the available columns.
If an option is ticked in the Columns List, it will display in the Asset Register table.
Tick the options you require in your Asset Register, then click the Select columns button to activate your selection.
You can filter your asset register by columns by clicking on the column title in the table.
For example, if you wanted to see which vehicles had the iButton enabled, you could click on the iButton Enabled column and it would organise the assets by showing those that had it enabled first.
Note: Much of the information in the Asset Register is pulled in from the information in your assets profile page. Ensure you have filled in as much detail as possible into your assets profile page to use the asset register to its full potential - the more detail in your profile page, the more accurate your asset register will be. For more information about setting up your Profile page, check out this article.
The options for columns in your Asset Register are:
Group: this is the asset group this asset belongs to, as assigned on the asset's profile page.
eg) Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch
eg) Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch
Odometer: shows the current estimated odometer reading as pulled in from NZTA with your tracked mileage added.
Make: shows the vehicle make as shown on your profile page (pulled in from NZTA if this information is available).
Model: shows the vehicle model as shown on your profile page (pulled in from NZTA if this information is available).
Year: shows the vehicle year as shown on your profile page (pulled in from NZTA if this information is available).
Age: shows the assets age if the year box has been filled in on the assets' profile page.
Estimated Market Value: coming soon
Depreciated Value: coming soon
Lease expiry by mileage: shows the mileage that the vehicle lease will expire (if entered in the asset's profile page).
Lease expiry by date: shows the date that the vehicle lease will expire (if entered in the asset's profile page).
Original purchase price: shows the original purchase price of the vehicle if entered in the asset's profile page.
Purchase date: shows the original purchase date of the vehicle if entered in the asset's profile page.
Fleet id: shows the Fleet ID number if you have associated one to this asset in the asset's profile page.
Cost centre: shows the Cost Centre number if you have associated one to this asset in the asset's profile page.
Safety rating: shows the safety rating of this asset if entered in the asset's profile page.
Fuel L/100km: shows fuel consumption of this asset if entered in the asset's profile page.
Estimated lifetime fuel consumption: shows the estimated lifetime fuel consumption of this asset, if the fuel L/100km box and vehicle year box are filled in on the asset's profile page.
CO2 emissions (grams /km): shows the CO2 emissions of the vehicle if entered in the asset's profile page.
Lifetime CO2 emissions: shows the estimated lifetimeCO2 emissions of this asset if the CO2 emissions box and vehicle year box are filled in on the asset's profile page.
Speed limited to 90km/h: shows which of your assets have a limited speed limit enabled on the profile page.
iButton Enabled: shows which of your assets have iButton Driver ID installed and active. iButton can be used to capture who is driving each vehicle - if this is not enabled, then drivers will not be able to use iButton with this vehicle. This column is really handy to use to filter whether your assets iButton are enabled/disabled, so you can reactivate those assets that need to be via the profile page.
Buzzer enabled: shows which of your assets have the buzzer enabled. Buzzers can be used to encourage drivers to login via iButton, and require extra hardware. When the buzzer enabled toggle is activated in the asset profile and the vehicle ignition is turned on prior to a driver logging in, the buzzer will sound until the driver is logged in or the ignition turned off. At times (for instance, while maintenance is undertaken) you may need to disable the buzzer via the asset profile page. This column is really handy to use to filter whether your assets have the buzzer enabled or disabled and can be used alongside the Driver ID Tag columns to check the asset also has a driver ID requirement. Only Admin & Power Users can toggle the buzzer button.
Pool asset: shows if the asset is a pool vehicle or has been enabled as a pool asset on the FleetWise PVBS (if using this service).
Fuel card: shows the fuel card number associated to each of your assets if entered in the asset's profile page.
Below the Asset Register table is the Totals bar. This bar displays the averages and total values of specific columns from your table if the necessary information has been entered into your assets profile page. eg) The total number of assets in your fleet, the average age of your fleet, the total estimated market value of your fleet and the total depreciated value of your fleet.