Force by Mojio is designed to help you get the most out of managing your business vehicles. When you first sign in, you will see prompts that will help you activate your new devices and associate them with the vehicles they are plugged into. This article describes how to get the most out of Force subsequent to activating your vehicles.
When you sign in to Force, the screen that loads will be the main dashboard. This screen displays a map along with several "cards" below the map that display a variety of statistics and statuses.
Along the top of the map you can also see the name of your fleet (or fleets, if you have more than one), an option to add a fleet, and access to event history, alerts, and your account settings (by tapping on your name/avatar).
Map: The map indicates where your vehicles are located. To see a street level view of any vehicle, tap on its indicator on the map or zoom in (using your mousepad or the +- controls in the top right corner of the map).
Availability card: Displays the availability of your vehicles and drivers.
Fuel Consumption: Displays the average fuel consumption of your fleet on either a weekly or monthly basis.
Risky Driving Behavior: Displays stats on a variety of risky driving behaviors, including harsh brakes, rapid accelerations, idling, phone usage (while driving), cornering, and speeding.
Vehicles in Need of Attention: Displays a list of your vehicles and if any are in need of attention, based on four categories:
- DTCs - If your vehicle has registered a diagnostic trouble code (which typically trigger the "check engine" light).
- Recalls - If the manufacturer has released any recalls for the vehicle.
- Fuel levels - Displays whether fuel level is good or low.
- Battery levels: Displays current voltage of vehicle batteries.
Tap on the Vehicles tab from the left navigation menu to access all the information available on the vehicles you have registered in Force. For each vehicle, the screen will display the make, model, year, license plate number, driver's name (if assigned), and status (parked, offline, or active).
Fuel level, DTCs, and recalls are also shown and will be green if good or orange if attention is required.
- Tap "Add Fleet" to create a new fleet.
- Tap "Add Vehicle" to add another vehicle to the fleet.
- Tap Edit to adjust any of the editable fields (such as license plate number).
- Tap the three vertical dots (on the far right) to remove the vehicle from the fleet or (if you have more than one fleet) to switch it to another fleet.
To view and manage any vehicle, tap on it. This will open a screen showing full details on the vehicle. Details displayed include: Vehicle-specific details such as car color, make, model, and year; assigned fleet; plate number; odometer; VIN; OBD device IMEI number; date added, and driver.
Trip timeline details showing a list of trips and, for each trip the driver, trip date, start/end time and location, and distance.
For more details on any trip, tap on it from the list. The Trip Detail screen will include all the details mentioned above as well as map of the route and more insight into the RoadScore for the trip such as rapid accels, time speeding, harsh brakes, and cornering.
Tap the Vehicle Health option (next to Timeline above the map) to review DTCs, recalls, and battery status.
The Drivers tab gives you access to managing your drivers. The list will display each driver's name, assigned vehicle, and vehicle plate number.
- Tap "Add Fleet" to create a new fleet.
- Tap "Add Driver" to add another driver to the fleet.
- Tap Edit to adjust any of the editable fields (such as the driver's name).
- Tap the three vertical dots (on the far right) to remove the driver from the fleet or (if you have more than one fleet) to switch the driver to another fleet.
To view and manage any driver, tap on them. This will open a screen showing full details on the driver. Details displayed include:
- Assigned fleet and vehicle (including option to unassign the vehicle from the driver), total trips, start date, and phone number.
- RoadScore average (from all trips).
- Timeline of trips that includes trip start and end time and location, duration of trip, distance traveled, average speed, and RoadScore for the trip.
To see full details on any trip, tap on it from the list. The Trip Detail screen will include all the details mentioned above as well as map of the route and more insight into the RoadScore for the trip such as rapid accels, time speeding, harsh brakes, and cornering.
This screen is for creating and manages geofences. A geofence is a definable boundary that can generate a notification when a vehicle crosses (enters or exits) a set boundary.
To create a geofence:
- Tap "Add Geofence".
- You will be shown a map with an orange circle and a dot at its center. Move the circle to the area on the map you want the geofence to cover.
- Use the slider below the map to set the size (radius) of the geofence.
- Tap Next and then give the geofence a name.
- If you want to be alerted every time vehicles in your fleet enter or leave this geofence, make sure to enable alerts.
To delete any geofence, tap the checkbox next to a geofence. When you do so, a trash can icon will appear. To complete the deletion, tap the trash can icon.
To edit any geofence, highlight it (tap on it from the list) and then tap "EDIT" (in the bottom right of the screen).
The Reports tab lets you generate fleet activity reports that will be emailed to you (as PDF attachments). Reports can be generated for the following topics:
- Vehicle health: Includes DTCs, recalls, and battery voltage.
- Vehicle utilization: Includes average hours used, trips taken, miles driven, days driven, minutes idling, and fuel efficiency.
- Driver summary: Includes distance driven, average distance per day, total days, total hours, and average hours/day.
- Driver RoadScore: Includes various RoadScore measures including average, highest, lowest, and latest trip, as well as running totals of rapid accelerations, harsh brakes, cornering, and speeding.
- Fleet inventory: A list of all fleet vehicles along with their status and odometer reading.
- Trip history: A list of all trips taken for the fleet. Details include vehicle, driver, start/end time, trip origin and destination.
- Hardware status: Includes a list of your Force devices and their status (online or disconnected) and the last time they were active.