1. Go to Azuga Web Application
2. Enter your Username and Password. You can find your login credentials in the Welcome email sent by Azuga.
3. Click on Login.
We recommended that you change your password the first time you log in to the Azuga portal.
In case you forget your password, you can reset your previous password by selecting Forgot Password?
To log out from your account, click the Welcome drop-down menu on the top-right corner of the page and click Logout.
Azuga 101: Getting Started with Azuga
Setting up Azuga for your organization at first can seem to be quite daunting. So, let us guide you through the basics.
In this section, we introduce you to the most important components of Azuga that you should know. Here’s a quick overview of all of them.
A vehicle is automatically added to the application whenever the Customer Care team adds a new device to your account. Initially, the application sets the name of the vehicle with the serial number of the device. You can later edit the fields of this vehicle. You can also manually add a vehicle to your account.
The Drivers page allows you to add, edit, and delete information about the drivers of your fleet. It also allows you to manage the vehicle to driver mapping.
Drivers have limited access to the Azuga Fleet Web application (they can only view information
related to the vehicle paired with them). However, using their account username and password, they
can log into the Azuga Fleet Mobile application. They can use this application to evaluate their
performance, obtain vehicle information, participate in the rewards program, etc.
An alert is a notification that is sent to you when your vehicle violates company policy. Alerts are sent via emails, push notifications, and web notifications. You can set the conditions to trigger an alert. Alerts help you monitor vehicles and driver behavior.
Azuga has a few default alerts as well. These default alerts get added to your account at the time of your account creation.
There are four types of default alerts - Standard Idling Alert, Standard Low Battery Alert, Standard Speeding Alert, and Standard Stop Alert.
Groups are a way to organize vehicles in your fleet. You can create groups based on fleet locations, departments, jobs, etc.
Every group has a group administrator. The group admins can only access information of the vehicles belonging to his/her group. When the user
Nesting of groups is also possible. The Default Group is the parent of all groups.
Users are people in your organization who use Azuga for tracking vehicles and reporting on performance and productivity. Users can be drivers as well, who have limited access to the application.
A role is a collection of permissions that you can assign to a user. It provides the ability to restrict or allow access to certain functionalities (or features) within the Azuga application. Using roles, you can control the actions such as create, edit, delete, that a user can perform.
A user can be assigned only one role. However, a role can contain different sets of permissions. For example, an Admin role can have permissions to create, edit, and delete users, alerts, landmarks, and geofences, etc.
When the account gets created, By default, there are 2 roles created. They are :
1. Driver Role
2. Default Role.
The user can further add the roles and assign the privileges to that role.
7. Live Map
Live Maps provides the latest LIVE snapshot of a fleet. The latest snapshot includes details such as location addresses, vehicle speeds, activity timestamps, and group information.
Live Maps is the landing page by default after you log in. You can navigate to this page from any other page by clicking the Live tab.
Live Map comes as a part of the Azuga Base package and has two privileges (Live Maps and Live Map Nearest Vehicle) associated with the feature. By default, the ‘Default’ Role contains this privilege.
When your account gets created, the first role assigned to your account is the Default Role. This role has the access to the various permissions (that are enabled for your account).
The dashboard is an at-a-glance interactive tool that gives you key information about your fleet's daily performance. The dashboard in Web v2.0 has been classified into two distinct sections:
Summary- This dashboard provides a pictorial view of the overall performance of all/selected vehicles.
The dashboard shows seven performance metrics () for selected vehicles within a specified timestamp. The performance metrics include:
Number of Active Vehicles
Number of Trips made
The total miles traveled
Vehicle utilization in Miles
Vehicle utilization in Days
You can filter and view the summary in two ways:
1. Choose a date from the date picker in the top right corner. The default date range selected is the Current Week.
2. Select Group(s)/Vehicle(s) on the top left corner whose summary you would like to view.
2. Return on Investment (ROI)- The Azuga calculator displays the Current Performance, allows to set the target for performance metric, and displays the potential saving if the target is achieved.
Using the Slider, the target for each performance metrics listed below can be set:
- Braking- Number of Breaking events/100 miles
- Acceleration - Number of Acceleration events/100 miles
- Speeding- Number of Speeding events/100 miles
- Speeding Minutes- How long did the Speeding events continue per 100 miles.
- Idling - Number of Idling events/100 miles
- Unauthorized Miles- Number of Unauthorized Miles recorded per vehicle in every 100 miles
- DTC/Battery Events - How many vehicles had issues with their batteries (this is denoted in percentage).
- Increase in Stops - Number of stops made per vehicle in every month
Reports provide you with real-time information about your fleet. Reports are mainly categorized into - Trips, Driving Behavior, Alerts, and Scheduled reports, Landmarks, and Geofences. Reports can be generated for a specified date range. You can also schedule reports to run at regular intervals. Reports will be sent to you via email.