Kinesis Pro comes with a standard report, but adding custom reports and seeing insights on your dashboard is configurable using rule sets. It’s easy to set up and highly powerful.

Table of content

1. Overview

2. Editing Widgets

3. Filtering Data on a Chart Widget

4. Deleting Chart Widgets

5. Sharing Chart Widgets to another Dashboard

6. An Introduction to Creating Dashboards

7. Creating Standalone Dashboards

1. Overview

Some reports( those under Analytics) can be pulled into a dashboard format – allowing you to visually display the information you want to see in graphical format.​ 
You should have two of our most popular dashboards preloaded onto your account – a Driver Performance Dashboard and a Vehicle Utilisation Dashboard. If you would like more, please reach out to your account manager or customer service. 

Examples of Dashboard Charts

This Bar chart shows 4 vehicles, with their respective Ratings (Red) and Distance (Blue) driven, for the time frame chosen. The Ratings are ordered in ascending order, left to right. The Audi has the best rating and has driven the longest distance. Although the Ferrari has the second highest rating, it has driven the least, while the VW has the lowest rating overall and second least distance. Multiple conclusions can be drawn from this data: the Audi driver is the best, the VW driver the worst, the Ferrari is being under-utilised.
This Line chart shows 6 vehicles with their respective High and Medium Priority alerts for the time frame chosen. The alert count is ordered in descending order, left to right, split by priority type, which has been stacked. The Alfa Romeo triggered the most alerts, and the Audi, second most. If this graph is read in conjunction with the chart above, it might be interesting to see what events have been used to trigger Alerts versus Asset Ratings. The top rated assets have the highest alert count!
This Single Stat shows the average % Active time for the last month for all vehicles in the Client. The trend for the period chosen is down by 48%. The conclusions that can be drawn from this data include: the vehicles are being utilised less because of the time of year (e.g. holiday period), or drivers are switching off more often when stuck in traffic/borders/at depots. 

2. Editing Widgets


Widgets on the Dashboard can be edited directly on the Dashboard. This includes the type of chart, the data series, and all the editable features found when running an Analytics Report. They can also be shared to more than one Dashboard and deleted. 

A full set of tools opens on the right-hand side of the screen, where editing takes place. This includes changing the chart type to a different Widget and all other parameters. In this example, the chart Series has been changed to a bar chart, adding the average line and a target line or two. To pull the changes through, close the tools by clicking the X

3. Filtering Data on a Chart Widget

To filter data on a Chart Widget, navigate to the Filter section. The Filters available are as per those data fields chosen in the Rows and Columns of the report. In the example below, Rows were  Assets, and Columns were  Zone Groups:

In the screenshot below, two Zones have been filtered out of the data set. Choose the items to keep in, and remove from the data set, then close the tool section by clicking the X:

4. Deleting Chart Widgets

To delete a Chart Widget, choose the delete button: 

A confirmation pop-up box will appear:

5. Sharing Chart Widgets to another Dashboard

To share a Chart Widget with another Dashboard, choose the share button:

A confirmation pop-up box will appear, which needs to be completed. Choose the Dashboard or Template to share the Chart Widget to, as well as change the Name and Description:

6. An Introduction to Creating Dashboards

Dashboards are placeholders for Widgets which are created from Analytics Reports.

If a Dashboard is created from a blank template, it needs to be populated with data. If a Dashboard is created from a Template (created from another Dashboard), then data populates automatically. Analytics Dashboards can be created as Stand Alone items or as Templates that everyone can use. 

The process flow for creating each type of Dashboard is explained below.

Dashboards are User specific. Each User opens their own choice of Dashboard.

Stand Alone

Users create a Dashboard >> populate with data >> this is created on the account.

This option is useful to display certain data specific to an individual account (e.g. Zone entry and Exits or number of Alert commented on).

Dashboards can be restricted to a Cost Centre, users in each Cost Centre will see their respective Dashboards.


Templates have been created and made Public >> all Users can open this Dashboard, and the data will populate for Assets on an account.

Opening a Dashboard Template will automatically update with each Client’s data.

Important facts about Dashboard Templates: 
  1. Templates are created and made public by Kinesis Pro Administrators at Radius Telematics
  2. If a Dashboard is created from a Template, the Dashboard is locked – nothing created from the original template can be edited by any User. Other Widgets can be added to this Dashboard by Users.
  3. The Dashboard can be cloned (if the User has the rights to create Analytics Dashboards and Reports). If cloned, this new Dashboard can be edited and other Widgets added to it.

7. Creating Standalone Dashboards

Standalone Dashboard are useful if you want to display a lot of data specific to your account.

Go to Analytics.

A message will display, to Open Dashboard, Click this button.

A menu screen will appear on the right-hand side, and unless Dashboards have been created previously, will be blank. Choose the Blank option under Create Dashboard.

The Dashboard will open, and will display a message saying there are no widgets on the Dashboard. To create widgets, click Open Reports.

This will take you to the Reporting section of the platform, where Analytics Reports can be run, and the widget data shared to the Dashboard.

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