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Visualizing real-time sensor data in 57 seconds

March 07, 2018

Data on crops and their environment is powerful. Some growers use it to test and adjust their irrigation strategies and save energy (5% annually– which is no small number), others to check their tubes, some are experimenting with crop flavor.

There are many ways to express and understand data from sensors– but none of them should be difficult. When monitoring your space, besides graphs and alerts, real visualizations make your data tangible, and all the easier to understand quickly.

30MHz customers can upload their own photographs, maps or diagrams and see exactly how their environment is doing in real-time.

I asked a new colleague to record herself building this widget– the first she’d ever built, with no prior experience. She did it seamlessly in less than than a minute. It’s that simple.

Here’s the shareable link to this live dashboard.

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