AirVantage provides dashboards that are available troughout the product to provide greater insight into your systems.
The Dashboards are configurable so you can get a quick look at the information that is the most important, in the correct context in your use of AirVantage.
This main dashboard can display information about the fleet or about a single system you want to monitor closely. It provides the greatest variety of options to configure
You can always access to the dashboard clicking on the AirVantage logo at the top left.
This page displays basic information about your systems at a glance.
You can access it from Monitor > Systems.
This page allows you to display information about the selected system, and provides system-specific widgets.
You can access it from the previous dashboard and click on a system in the table.
You can create multiple dashboards for the start page (fleet dashboard) and the system’s details page. The Monitor Systems view can just have a single dashboard. All accounts come configured with a dashboard that provide the most commonly used widgets, in a layout that is designed for most users.
All dashboards are created as private (only available to you) and you have control to change the default dashboard to be displayed for a System or in the start page for all your devices. This enables you to:
To manage your dashboards, you can:
The list of dashboards can be accessed through the combo list on the top right of the dashboards. You access to the private and public repositories:
Initial dashboard: The initial dashboard can not be modified and this dashboard will be always available as is. If you want to modify it, clone it and edit the newly created dashboard. This dashboard is nammed Initial Dashboard.
Private Dashboards: By default, your dashboards are private dashboards. This means that you, and only you, can view, delete or update your dashboards. The first one shown when you display the page is the default dashboard. The default dashboard is identified with a 4 squares icon on the left.
Public Dashboards: You can share a dashboard to other user in your company (in a public repository). The dashboard is in read-only for all the users but the Administrators. See How to share a dashboard for more information. A public dashboard is identified with an eye on the left.
Finally, you can transfer a dashboard to a partner. The dashboard will be copied to the new company as a public dashboard. If you modify the dashboard, the transfered dashboard will not be changed. See How to transfer a dashboard to a partner for more information.
To change the dashboard layout, you need to switch into ‘Edit mode’. Once in Edit mode, you can easily:
Once in ‘Edit mode’, use the quick search drop-down box listing widgets by name, or select from the well-known widget gallery by clicking on the magnifying glass button. The widget will be added to the bottom of your dashboard. You can then move it where required, and do any widget specific configuration that is required.
Once you are satisfied with the look and feel of the modified dashboard, click on Save button to validate your changes.
You can position the widgets as you wish to obtain the desired dashboard layout.
Just drag a widget and drop it on an existing widget slot. Widgets are then automatically switched.
Click on Duplicate in the top right widget’s menu. The new widget will be added to the right of the current widget.
Typing # will enable you to include variables inside your label like:
#sourceName: Name of the current datasource (company name if datasource is fleet, system name if you selected a system)
#dataAggregation: Type of aggregation (mean, sum, …)
#dataInterval: Time of aggregation (monthly, daily, hourly)
Widgets have a wide range of configuration capabilities. Some are simple and require no configuration; some are more complex and require more information.
Widgets can be used to filter entities. In the example below the systems with Good RSSI level are filtered clicking on the slice Good of the RSSI widget. All the pie charts offer this capability:
Date and time is displayed in relative time (for instance
10 minutes ago, not
February 13th 2019 2:05 PM) along with the full UTC Date and Time displayed in a tooltip when hovering over it.
Time display for each range is outlined in the table below:
|0 to 45 seconds||s||seconds ago|
|45 to 90 seconds||m||a minute ago|
|90 seconds to 45 minutes||mm||2 minutes ago … 45 minutes ago|
|45 to 90 minutes||h||an hour ago|
|90 minutes to 22 hours||hh||2 hours ago … 22 hours ago|
|22 to 36 hours||d||a day ago|
|36 hours to 25 days||dd||2 days ago … 25 days ago|
|25 to 45 days||M||a month ago|
|45 to 345 days||MM||2 months ago … 11 months ago|
|345 to 547 days (1.5 years)||y||a year ago|
|548 days+||yy||2 years ago … 20 years ago|
This is a subset of available widgets. A lot of pre-defined widgets are available, which you can use without any configuration.
A Single Value Chart shows a single data value. You can apply rules, to adapt the content.
A Data History Table shows the data value history in a table. Each data are displayed in a row. You can select the period to display.
A Data List shows the data value history in a list. Each value is displayed in a row. You can select the number of row (default is 20, maximum is 50).
For all the type of gauge, you can configure the minimum, the maximum level and the colors for each area.
An Angular Gauge displays a gradient color which is displayed only from the lower limit until the current limit.
A Solid Gauge displays a gauge with always displayed color areas so that you can easily visualize the range your reported data is in. You can configure the number of marks and the associated labels.
A VU Meter is an analogic-like meter. The 3 areas are always displayed.
A Thermometer is a vertical gauge. The color highlights the zone corresponding to the value. You can configure the number of marks and the associated labels.
Like the Thermometer, the Tank is a vertical gauge. The color highlights the zone corresponding to the value. You can configure the number of marks and the associated labels.
This widget displays buttons to send commands to the device. Parameters can be configured. If any mandatory parameter is missing, the user has to define it right after clicking the button.
Add more context (like pictures, formatted text, links) about your systems. Add references to your corporate technical documentation about your machines, display your logo…
This widget shows a textual and graphical view of the current state of an alert. It’s up to you to define what to show based on the state of the alert.
This widget shows the recent history of the system’s alerts on a graphical view. You can browse the alert history within a given period, zoom on a given date and hide alerts in the graph by clicking on the bottom legend.
This widget is only available in the System Detail dashboard.
Note the color code for each rule is the same as in the Alert List Widget.
This widget shows the alerts as a list. It is available both for the fleet or for a specific system. You can filter the alerts to be shown by rule or limit the display to alerts still ongoing. From this widget, you can:
This section provides you with a number of helpful task-oriented procedures showing you how to.