Drive Focus User Analytics is a browser-based tool designed for driving schools, occupational therapists, researchers, and insurance companies. User Analytics allows these customers to view detailed usage and performance information about their clients.
Drive Focus for Android is HIPAA compliant. All user data is transmitted and stored using state-of-the-art encryption.
Before you can view a another user’s data, that user must explicitly give you permission to see their data. You will not be able to view any sensitive data such as a user’s password, billing information, or other personal data. You can only view their usage and scores.
Follow these steps to share your data.
After you have logged in, you can see all users that have shared their data with you.
Select “All” to see aggregate data for the entire group or select individuals to view individual data.
The “week”, “month”, and “Start date / End Date” selections allow you to quickly define dates of interest.
At any time, you can download selected user data in spreadsheet format as a .csv file by clicking on the download button.
userid – Encrypted User Identifier
driveid – Internal drive identifier
levelNumber – Difficulty of drive – level 1, 2, or 3
email – User email
name – User name
startDate – Date that user started the drive
tourTitle – Tour title
driveDescription – Description of drive
driveTitle – Title of drive
totalDriveScore – Total score for drive
percentageOfObjectsRecognizedPerDrive – Percent of this type of object recognized
joinDate – The day that the user first signed up for Drive Focus
criticalItemMarking – Was critical item marking enabled for drive? If so, scores is reduced by 20%
itemId – Internal database identifier of object
itemName – Critical item name
objectRecognition – Was the object recognized?
orderOfObject – Numerical order of this object in drive
totalTimeObjectExists – Total time object present on screen
speedOfDrive – Speed of drive can be 100%, 80%, or 60%. Score is reduced if drive is slowed down
priorityRecognized – Was the object recognized in the correct order? For example brake lights directly in front of you before the speed limit sign