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How do I view and analyse multiple sensor data on a map?

View and analyse multiple sensor data on a map.

1. On the left of your screen, within the main navigation bar, there is a section named “DATA SCIENCE”. Under this section, you can find the navigation for ‘Spatial Analysis’.

2. By clicking the link you will be redirected to the analysis page.

3. Select the sensors that you would like to analyse using the select box provided. You can select multiple sensors for analysis.

4. As you select your sensor/s , you can find them on the map at the exact location, which you have set up during registering your device and also you can see the latest value received from the sensor and the name.

5. The Heatmap will show you the intensity of the values of the sensors and that will allow you to compare two different sensors through the intensity of the value.

6. You can turn off the heatmap by clicking on the “Heatmap” button.

7. You can turn on the traffic by clicking on the “Traffic” button and that shows you the real time traffic.

8. You can turn off the traffic by clicking on “Traffic” button.

9. By clicking on the “Create Route” button you will create the route from your current location to the selected sensors at the shortest path.

10. To get the directions click on “Show Directions” button on the top left corner of the map.

11. Then click on “Send to Google” button to view the route.

12. If you are on your computer/ laptop this will open the google map on the browser and if you are on your smart phone then this will open a google map app.

13. You can view the data on a graph by clicking on the “Analysis” button and also can view the data on a table by clicking on the “List” button.

There is another way of doing this. Follow the steps to do that.

1. On the left of your screen, within the main navigation bar, there is a section named “NETWORK MANAGEMENT”. Under this section, you can find the navigation for “Nodes”.

2. Then select the devices that you want to view and analyse on map.

3. Click on “Map” button on the top of the list and it will load all the sensors for those devices.