Geofence Overspeed Report

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Introduction to the Geofence Overspeed Report

This report is extremely useful for Overspeed Reporting on private roads (e.g. forest, farm or port roads) that don't have a speed limit applied within the Argus system like public roads do. 

Top tip: To run the Geofence Overspeed report, simply create a geofence covering the whole private area that the speed limit is applied to, and apply the maximum speed limit that will be allowed in this geofence. To learn how to create a geofence and apply a speed limit, check out this article.

How does it work?

We've put together a quick video to show you how to use the Geofence Overspeed Report.

Step-by-step guide:

Step 1: From your Argus Dashboard, head to Reporting > Geofence Overspeed 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: The 'Day Range' box is automatically populated with Monday - Sunday however, you can deselect certain days by clicking the 'X' in the top right corner. 

Step 5. Choose a custom time range 

Step 6: Choose a report format (Web Version, Printer Friendly PDF or CSV) 

Step 7: Select your Geofence or leave at the default of 'Any Location'

Step 8: Type in the Speed Threshold (km/h) you'd like to report on or leave at the default of 10 (km/h) 

Step 9: When done, click the blue Run Report button to finish

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