Axonize’s new features for orchestrating systems and sensors and easily customizing rules, actions and dashboards are being rolled out on a weekly basis.
Here are some of the latest improvements in our platform:
Compare and correlate readings and events from different sensors and systems on the same chart enabling you to gain more insights from your data.
Compare and correlate readings and events across different time selections on the same chart, enabling you to gain insights into performance over time.
Heatmap charts — you benefit from a quick – at a glance – overview of the behavior of your sensor selected time periods.
Auditing capabilities — The auditing feature allows administrators and users to track system activities, and trace back changes.
Audits automatically track all changes in devices, rules, applications and users, without tracking changes in the dashboard.
New action: Send a command to a device when a rule is triggered
With this capability you can automatically act on any reading or event originating from any device, on any other device.
New action: Send a command to a web service when a rule is triggered.
With this capability you can take automatic action on any service, system or sensor that can be accessed by a web service. This is crucial for breaking down the silos in your organization.
Powerful dashboard builder — with just a few clicks and drags this allows you to build and customize as many dashboards as you need for your stakeholders and applications.
Fully customized widget types are constantly being added
Create readings as a result of custom calculations performed on device readings in a group.
This is extremely powerful as you now can act on these calculated readings in the rules engine and gain insights on them with the corresponding analytics capabilities.
The only platform that allows you to run and manage as many applications within the same platform.
This means that if you have separate applications, you will always have one ‘master’ application layer connecting, analyzing and acting on all of the ‘sub’ applications.