ICT International offers a web-based data visualisation service, compatible with all ICT loggers using a Telemetry Hub.
Create various types of interactive charts with customised functionality and appearance including historic charts with multiple y-axes, displacement charts and wind rose charts.
Apply historic aggregation for custom processing (eg. Daily totals) and easily combine data from various locations for trend analysis and reports. Save chart images and large volumes of historic data in an instant.
Data-to-the web requires an ICT Telemetry Hub (3G, satellite, or other web connection).
Create unlimited custom views of your data in visually appealing layouts using animated gauges, charts, lists, maps and images.
Resize individual tiles or drag and drop to reposition. Customise individual tiles including setting background colour, text labels, alarm functionality and specific properties such as chart duration, map style and zoom, etc.
The dashboard layout is automatically adjusted to best suit your display device so it remains highly usable on smaller devices such as phones and tablets.
Configure and manage your data monitoring network from anywhere. Configuration changes and updates are visible to all connected users in real-time allowing teams to work concurrently.
Make a configuration change from your tablet and watch as your phone and laptop displays are instantly updated. No browser refresh required ever!
Configure alarms on Locations, Sources and Parameters. Assign notification categories and trigger criteria.
Users with appropriate security permissions can personally subscribe to receive notifications for any asset in the system and choose to receive emails and SMS on a per category basis. For example managers may only want to receive an SMS for critical events while field staff may require notifications for all events such as low battery alarms.
The user interface provides visual feedback of current and historical alarms, and supports alarm acknowledgement operations which make it easy for teams to manage entire networks concurrently.
Types of alarms