In this chapter we are going to describe the Device summary from Analytics. As you could read before, the site has features that were described in the previous section. Now we will take a closer look on the tables and graphs. So let us start with the left side of the screen.
As you can see here is a sipmple description of the devices that are located on the specific floor/sector. For our examples we have 8 devices located on the 1. floor (our created sector). As you can see on the screenshot the table consists from different colums, such as:
• Title - here you can see the names of the devices that are located in the choosen sector
• Last activity - this column shows you what was the last time your device was active/was turned on with the runnig twinzo system.
• Battery - you can see the actual percentage of the battery
• Driving - this column tells us, how long was the device moving during the shift
• Waiting - this is the time that the device was not in movement
• Online - indicates how long has been the tablet with the functional twinzo system active (was turned on with the running system)
• Offline - indicates how long has been the tablet deactivated
• OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) -
• Target OEE -
• KPI (Key Performance Indicator/Indicators) -
On the right side of the screen you firstly can see a player. It is similiar like the real time but with the difference is that it is not real time, it is a record you can re-play by choosing date, shift and time you want to see. It is very easy to manipulate with the player. After you selected the date, shift and time from to until, just click on the sectors and select a sector you want to see. Now just select the device and you can replay the route of the device in the time you selected. The player menu is similiar as any other players have. By the order you can see:
Go to start, Slower, Step backward, Play/Stop, Step foward, Faster and Go to end. The player is set to play in 3 sec intervals, so you can choose to speed up the player. It is very simple, just click on the faster button. In the right corner of the player, you can find some additional buttons like:
• Full screen mode - enables a full screen mode for your player
• Center content - you can automatically re-center your layout on the screen
• Layers - you can choose what type of layer you want to see on your player (Layout, Positions, Heatmap, Areas, Barriers and Beacons)
• Settings - you can set the line width and rgba color for the path line of the devices
On this site there are more graphs that will help you analyse your data. by using the scroll wheel you will see other graphs such as Sector occurrence, Area occurrence, Activity status, Activity and Battery level. We will take a closer look on each of the graphs separately for closer understanding. Every graph here can be reloaded(if the data has been changed) or exported in different type of file.
As the name of the graph says we can see the duration of the device in the sector during the time that you have choosen before. As always you can take a closer look by using the time bar below the graph. It helps you to look closer on the specific timeline during the shift or the day.
Is similar as the sector occurence with the difference that this graph shows us the duration of the device in the area during the time that you have choosen before. Here in the top right corner of the graph, you can choose what areas you want to see on the graph. As always you can take a closer look by using the time bar below the graph. It helps you to look closer on the specific timeline during the shift or the day.
This graph shows you the percentage of to mainly indicators: Driving/Waiting and Online/Offline. The Driving/Waiting indicator is shown on the graph with the blue color and it shows you the percentage of the XXXXX during the time period you have choosen. The Online/Offline indicator is shown on the graph with the red color and it shows you the percentage of the duration that the devices were online or offline during the time period you have choosen. As always you can take a closer look by using the time bar below the graph. It helps you to look closer on the specific timeline during the shift or the day.
The next graph on this page is the activity graph. Here you can see the time ratio between the Driving(green), Waiting(red) and Data not showing(grey). This means you can see the total minutes of how much time was the device driving or waiting in every hour during the time that you have choosen. You can see on the graph that it shows you every hour of the shift as a separately row that is divided between these three indicators. As always you can take a closer look by using the time bar below the graph. It helps you to look closer on the specific timeline during the shift or the day.
" For example you have the first hour of the selected time, lets say from 7:00 to 8:00 and you can see that the device was waiting for 57 minutes 47 seconds and driving for 2 minutes 13 seconds."
The last graph on this site is the battery level graph. As the name of it says we will be able to see the graphical percentage of the device that we ahve choosen during the time we have choosen. This graph can help us to see what devices have a bad battery and should be replaced, or if it is not connected to the power source. As always you can take a closer look by using the time bar below the graph. It helps you to look closer on the specific timeline during the shift or the day.