Dashboard Overview

The IoT Stadium Dashboard is a feature that allows users to create a dashboard to monitor multiple devices at the same time. Dashboard access can be configured, and widgets can be added to the dashboard. Users can choose from a number of widgets, each with its own best use based on the number and type of data they choose.


User can set the dashboard accessible to other users under the same tenant, or set it as public, which everybody can access it.

The monitoring mode can be switched between historical and real-time, enabling examination of past events or tracking and analyzing current events, respectively.

IoT Stadium provides ten widget types to assist in monitoring the devices. Each widget has its own best use, depending on the number and types of data being monitored.

Dashboard: Quick Guide

Set the dashboard access, choose and arrange the widgets, and set the monitoring mode for the dashboard inside IoT Stadium 

Set Dashboard Access

After naming the dashboard, set the dashboard accessibility: private, or public.

Choose the Widgets

Choose one of the ten widget types; each has a unique best use based on the number and type of telemetry data.

Arrange the Widgets

Arrange the selected widgets to make monitoring easier.

Set Monitoring Mode

Select the monitoring mode, either real-time or historical, to track and analyze data on the dashboard.


Dashboard Details

View all the information about the dashboard: dashboard name, dashboard access, dashboard display, and the monitoring mode.

Dashboard Access

Two types of dashboard access are available: private, or public.

Widget Types

Our platforms offer ten widgets, each of which is designed to provide the best display and analysis of data from specific telemetries.

Monitoring Mode

To track and analyze data on the dashboard, select the monitoring mode, either real-time or historical.