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ZENSIE data export lets you do more with your greatest asset

January 16, 2018

Physical data is a precious (and highly valuable) asset, and we believe it should work to our customers’ full advantage. Here at 30MHz, our philosophy on data ownership is pretty simple: data on your workplace physical environment (whether it’s a field, greenhouse, vertical farm, port or museum) is your intellectual property. All the data that we generate is owned by our customers and is entirely confidential. All analytics and storage are done with our customers’ permission. Nothing is shared unless the customer expressly chooses to do so.

We’ve built a user-friendly and feature-rich dashboard to help our customers remotely manage wireless sensors, explore the data those sensors generate, and keep track of changing conditions with real-time alerts. To make sure there’s no limits on how customers can leverage their data, we’ve made sure that 30MHz technology works seamlessly with other tech through our API. We’ve also created a data export feature to give our customers hands-on access to their information in CSV format.

Exporting data in the ZENSIE dashboard

30MHz customers are the sole proprietors of their data, and can export that data in CSV format in a few easy steps.

Select export in the drop-down menu.

Select a data export source, and a location (if applicable)

Choose a sensor type,

choose a date selection type,

choose a decimal formatting style,

choose a date range,

and start your export

The CSV export feature can be used to share data with partners and peers, or generate further visualizations in programs like Tableau.

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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