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Travel statistics

Overview

Travels is the name of the third analytics category, and it contains data about your organization’s travel patterns and the time spent abroad by the users.

The travels category contains the following tabs:

  1. PNR Overview
  2. Travel Details
  3. Time Spent Abroad

PNR Overview

The first tab within the travels category is called PNR Overview and contains data on the number and location of your organization’s travel segments.

Filtering Options

The filtering menus of the PNR Overview tab let you customize the display of data based on the following parameters:

  • Time Scale: The time scale filtering menu lets you control the display of the “Segments over time” chart. You choose to show travel data based on the following parameters: daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, or yearly. Each bar in the chart will reflect the chosen time scale.
  • Country Risk Exposure: Country Risk Exposure lets you filter out travel data based on the overall country risk level of the destination. You can choose to filter out either all, negligible, low, medium, high, or critical risk.
  • Domestic / International: With this filter, you can choose to only see travel data for either domestic or international trips.
  • Segment Type: The segment type filtering menu includes the following options: car, flight, hotel, train, or all at once. By selecting one of them, you will have the data reflect that specific segment type.
  • Status: With this filter, you can choose to view data for either canceled or actual bookings/ departures.
  • Start Date: Here, you can select the starting point of the time interval you are interested in displaying alert information.
  • End Date: Select the endpoint of the time interval you want to display alert information.

KPIs

At the top-right corner of the interface, you will find the KPIs of the PNR Overview:

  • Segments: Here, you see the total number of segments for the chosen segment type(s) and time period. A segment be a flight, car rental booking, hotel booking, or train journey.
  • Users Traveling: The number of unique users traveling during the selected period.
  • Users With App: Percentage of users using the Safeture app out of the total number of users. The total number of users includes users with a travel booking but no app.
  • PNRs: Number of unique Passenger Name Records.
  • Group PNRs: Percentage of total PNRs (Passenger name records) that are group PNRs, I.e., itinerary details for passengers traveling together as a collective unit.
  • CO2 (t): The flight emission calculator estimates the number of CO2 emissions (in tonnes) that all airplane flights emit. The calculation is based on the average consumption of data for typical short-haul and long-haul airplanes.
  • Travel Time (days): Here, you see the total days the selected users have traveled.
  • Distance traveled (km): The total number of kilometers traveled.

Charts

Segments Over Time

The Segments Over Time chart display data on the number of booking and departures in two separate bar charts.

  • Booking: The top chart of the Segments Over Time presents data on the number of segments booked during a specific month.
  • Departure: The chart below contains data on the number of segments departing during the selected month.

The bars illustrate the share of actual (blue) and canceled (orange) bookings/departures.

Segments Per Destination

This data view gives you a geographical overview of all your organization’s segments and quickly lets you identify what destinations in the world you have the most people traveling to. By clicking on any of the blue dots, the statistics and chart data on the page will reflect your choice of country.


Travel Details

The Travel Details page consists of a spreadsheet view with data on all your organization’s trips.

Filtering Options

Except for some shared filtering options explained above for the PNR Overview tab, the Travel Detail tab also lets you customize the display of data based on the following parameters:

  • Departure Country: The country that the trip is departing from.
  • Arrival Country: The country that a user is traveling to.
  • Segment Type: The segment type filtering menu includes the following options: car, flight, hotel, train, or all at once. By selecting one of them, you will have the data reflect that specific segment type.

Travel Details Sheet

The travel details sheet contains the following columns of information for a travel segment:

  • Departure Date: The date of the departure for the segment.
  • Departure Country: The country that the person is departing from.
  • Arrival Country: The country that a user is traveling to.
  • Arrival Date: The date when the traveling user will arrive at the destination.
  • Segment Type: Refer to the type of booking that has been done. It might be a flight, train, rental car, or hotel.
  • Country Risk at Destination: The country risk exposure column presents the risk level of the destination. This can be either negligible, low, medium, high or critical.
  • Travelers: The number of users traveling for a specific segment.
  • Distance Traveled (km): The number of kilometers traveled for a specific segment.

Arrival Destinations (PNRs)

This pie chart illustrates the share of all PNRs that has a particular country as the arrival destination. With this information, you can quickly identify where your organization travels the most. When hovering over a slice in the chart, you will see the exact number of PNRs in that country and what percentage that number represents out of the total number of PNRs. Below, you also find the destination rank for that country out of the total number of countries to which you have had any PNRs. The country with the most PNRs is ranked one.

Next to the pie chart, you find a list of the top three destinations. These are the three countries where your organization has traveled to the most, measured by the number of PNRs.


Time spent Abroad

The third tab of the travels category is called Time Spent Abroad. The data on this page is intended to give you a better understanding of both where in the world your organization spends the most time during travels and the total time you spend abroad for a selected time period. The data is based on both historic app position data and travel booking data.

With this information, you can identify which countries you should proactively monitor more closely.

KPIs

Countries: Number of countries visited by the selected users and time period.

Time spent abroad (days): Total number of days spent abroad, i.e., time spent outside the registered home region.

Charts

Countries Spent Time in

With this view, you can quickly see which countries the people at your organization, or your client’s organization, spend the most time during travels. A darker color on the map indicates more days spent in that country. Hover over a country to see more detailed statistics, such as the total days spent there, the average days spent there, the number of segments, and the number of users. You can also view that data for different regions within that country when hovering.

Time spent abroad

With this graph, you can see trends and patterns of how much time your organization spends abroad over a specific time period. Also, it includes a forecast, i.e., predictions of how much time your organization expects to spend abroad in the coming six months.

This forecast is done using the number of hours from the time when the user left the home region/s. So, the total number of hours abroad is then divided by the number of users and region.


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