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We’ve made notifications even more tangible

July 11, 2018

When you’re building a platform to make agriculture more productive, usability is key.*

*Alongside, of course, real-time reliable data, a robust architecture, and a roadmap actually dictated by customer needs.

We want to present growers data on their crops and environments in the various forms they need it in to take action (preventing crop loss (from sunscald, disease or rot), optimise (flavour and quality, saving resources) and better collaborate (improving traceability, transparency, and sharing best practices.)

A little background on notifications

Notifications are a quick way to make real-time crop and environmental monitoring actionable.

Users build custom rules for the notifications, and select who in their team gets an alert, and in what form (email, sms).

Adding followers to your notifications is a simple way to make sure every team member stays up to date with changing conditions, and knows when to respond to them.

Chart widgets

ZENSIE dashboards are widget based— each user can construct a custom view based on a selection of charts, visualizations, heatmaps and single value displays. The combinations are endless, and can be tailored to the user’s specific data needs.

Like all the widgets, charts are highly customizable.

(Usability and customisability are themes here)

 

In charts, for example, users can select the time period, statistic type and interval size displayed.

Once a the widget is created, users can explore chart data, easily switching between those intervals, statistics and time periods, and adding more sensors for comparison.

Combining the power of charts and notifications

Besides selecting which metrics to view, ZENSIE users can now see notification parameters in in chart widgets, and observe when crop or environmental measurements triggered notifications.

As with everything widget and dashboard, these insights are selectively shareable (with adjustable permissions) both within and outside the organisation.

How can we help you digitise your cultivation process?
Analyse all kinds of information from different data sources such as climate computers, sensors and manual input in a central platform. Improve the production process of your crops, plants, seeds or bulbs together with advisors, distributors and researchers. We are happy to talk to you about which service model is most suitable for your company.
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