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Share sensor analytics outside your organization in the ZENSIE dashboard

January 16, 2018

As we’ve seen from our customers, data from the physical world fuels decisions that help streamline operations, drive productivity and save resources. Complementing other forms of analytics, like data from greenhouse climate control computers in the agricultural sector, sensor data might just be your organization’s greatest asset. But we know from our customers that the value of these insights goes beyond the organization generating them. That’s why we’ve made sure that ZENSIE users have the ability to share real-time graphs and visualizations with third-parties

The share sensor insights feature makes it easy for anyone outside your organization to view data captured by your sensors, without having full access to your dashboard and widgets. Improve traceability, share changing conditions with customers or partners, and easily demonstrate compliance to regulatory boards– all from the ZENSIE dashboard.

Sharing sensors in ZENSIE

To share a sensor, simply go to ZENSIE’s explore tab,

select a sensor

and view your widget.

Invite a third party to follow your sensor by clicking on “invite user” in the upper right-hand corner of your dashboard.

 

Fill out user information: First name, last name email address, and when applicable

select a user role: follower, editor, owner

Once the user has been invited, they will receive a message in their email inbox, linking them to a sensor-specific analytics suite, where they can explore the selected sensory data by date, range and frequency.

Want to know more about what your organization can do with sensor data? Explore more ZENSIE features, have a look at our customer stories, or get in touch below.

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