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Visualizing sensor data with ZENSIE heatmaps

January 11, 2018

At 30MHz, we’re always looking for new ways to make sensory data accessible, and easily applicable to our customers’ business contexts.  We provide customers with all the building blocks of a smart sensing network, out of the box. Team members of any technical skill level can deploy sensors, set up a private mesh network, and dive deep into sensory data on the ZENSIE dashboard. We’ve found that the best way to guarantee that we’re building the product our customers want and need is to keep them involved in our product roadmap. One of the results? The ZENSIE heat maps feature, which makes it easy to visualize sensor value concentrations in a tangible color-coded overview, spotting trends straight away.

“The heat map gives very interesting insights. For example, you immediately see the impact of uninsulated transport pipes on the climate of your greenhouse.” Eef Zwinkels – Technical Account Manager Royal Brinkman

Creating a heat map widget in ZENSIE

Click to create a new widget on the bottom right of your screen.

Select the heatmap widget.

Choose an image to upload. Upload any image (a map, chart or photograph) to ZENSIE. This image will be the background of your heatmap.

Click anywhere on the image to plot a sensor measurement.

Select which sensor you want to plot. (Note: customers can name sensors, and organize them with tags for easier search)

When relevant, select which metrics to display.

Select a display time

Add more sensors as needed, and create your widget.

Use this feature for a quick visual scan of your measurements, to easily view where sensors are located across a location, and to verify and monitor connectivity.

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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