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Bring sensor data to life with ZENSIE charts

January 18, 2018

 

Sensory data is powerful. When presented in a usable way, it can help you make key decisions about your environment and operations, respond to crop needs, optimise growing and storage conditions. The ZENSIE dashboard gives you the flexibility to visualize data your way. From plotting values onto maps and photographs, generating value heatmaps, and setting custom notifications to highly customizable graphs which you can generate in moments.

Whether single value, combined or aggregated mesurements, customers can generate charts in just a few steps.

Creating sensor data charts in the ZENSIE dashboard

Click on the “plus” button on the lower right of your screen to add a new dashboard widget

Select the chart widget

Choose a chart type

Select the sensors you want displayed

Select a time period

Select a statistic type

Choose an measurement interval

Create your chart widget

Observe changes on your chart in real-time, and share your widget with anyone outside your organization with a quick email invitation.

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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Sensory data from physical environments is helping businesses across industries make better decisions, improving productivity and cutting costs. Let's talk about how smart sensing can work for your organization. Get in touch below.

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