#### Topic: Ecodriving g force threshold calculations

I understand that Wialon uses dv/dt(+0.7)/3.6/9.8 to define g force threshold for acceleration and deceleration, in Eco Driving Settings to analyse driving behaviour.

Accordingly violations when are generated corresponding acceleration g value is shown in the table .

Based on above , as per Wialon speed differential of 11 kmphs will imply about 0.18 g

Whereas speed increment of 11 kmphs actually means 0.31 g

I am not sure why this +0.7 time correction is being applied , as standard mathematical practice to calculate g is dv/dt/3.6/9.8.

I have tried to get an answer from Wialon experts , but no success.

Cheers