Monitoring

The page will only be shown if supported by the robot. For this chapter, an example of a Cruzr set up for 'Temperature' and 'mask'-detection will be used.
At the time of writing, this option is only available for specialised Cruzr-robots.

The monitoring-page has been designed to display and configure alarm-events sent by the robot. Tap the option 'Montioring' in the menu-bar of ZBOS Control to display the following page:

Overview
Surveillance-events (by using the motion-detection-block) will not be shown in this list. Open the page Surveillance for these events.

Filtering the list of alarms

At the top of the list, the options for filtering and sorting the list is shown:

OverviewSort

Sorting the list

Tap a property of the event to sort the list (e.g. 'Date'):

TapSort
Tapping the property again will sort the list in reverse order.

Filter the list

Tap the icon md funnel to display the options for the event:

TapFilter

A modal will be shown with the available filter-options for the alarms:

OverviewFilter
  1. List of all types of events

  2. List(s) of options for each type of event (e.g. 'Mask')

  3. Apply the filter

The options for the type of event will only be applied if the event has been selected.

Filter by event-type

Tap the option 'Check/Uncheck all' in the 'Type'-section of the modal to toggle viewing all events-types:

TapFilterTypeCheckAll

Tap the checkbox next to a specific event in the 'Type'-section of the modal to toggle viewing this type of events in the list of alarms:

TapFilterTypeCheckOne

Filter by event-options

The alarm-type 'Mask' will be used in this example. The same principles outlined here can be used for other event-options.

Tap the option 'Check/Uncheck all' in the section for 'Mask' of the modal to toggle viewing all events-types:

TapFilterMaskCheckAll

Tap the checkbox next to a specific event in the section for 'Mask' of the modal to toggle viewing this type of events in the list of alarms:

TapFilterMaskCheckOne

Apply the filter

Tap the icon md check in the top-right of the modal to apply the filter to the shown list of events:

TapFilterCheck

Exporting the list of selected alarms

The 'Export'-button will only be shown if at least one event has been selected.

Selecting the events to export

Tap the checkbox at the top of the list to select/unselect all alarm-events to export:

TapCheckAll

Tap the checkbox next to a specific alarm-event to select the event for exporting:

TapCheckOne

Exporting events

Tap the button 'Export' to download a summary of the events:

TapExport

A modal will be shown asking for details of the export:

OverviewExport
  1. Enter a filename to export

  2. Select the type of export (Microsoft Excel or CSV)

  3. Tap the export-button to download the requested events

Selecting the export-format

Tap the option for the type of file to export to display a modal asking for the format. Tap the filetype for the export and tap the option 'OK' to apply the option:

SelectExportFormat
The rapport will be saved in the folder 'Download/ZBOS/Monitoring' on tablet/smartphone.

Configuring the alarms

The new settings will be applied for future events, the current list of events will be unaffected.
The example below only applies for specialised Cruzrs.

Tap the icon ionicon gear to display the options for the alarms on the connected robot:

TapConfigureEvents

A modal will be shown with the options for the alarms:

OverviewConfiguration
  1. Set the options for 'Mask'-type alarms

  2. Set the options for 'Temperature'-type alarms

  3. Tap the md check-icon to apply the settings (future events only)

Mask-events

The following options are available for 'Mask'-events:

Setting Information

Enabled

Toggle this option to allow alarms of for when people are wearing face-masks.

Retention days

Set how long the additional information (e.g. screenshots) should be stored on the robot.

Temperature-events

Setting Information

Enabled

Toggle this option to allow alarms of for when people are wearing face-masks.

Retention days

Set how long the additional information (e.g. screenshots) should be stored on the robot.

Temperature treshold

Set the temperature treshold for sending an alarm (e.g. An alarm should be sent if the detected temperature is above 36°C ).

Viewing details of an alarm-event

Images may not be available for all custom Cruzrs due to GDPR-regulations.

The following options are available for events:

OverviewEvents
  1. Check or uncheck the event for export (see Exporting the list of selected alarms)

  2. Display the image taken at the time of the event

  3. Summary of the event

  4. View details of the event

Display the image

If the icon is shown in red (EventWithoutPreview), no previews are available. Only if the icon is shown in green (EventWithPreview) are previews available.

Tap the icon md photo green for an event to show the picture taken at the time of the alarm:

TapPreview

An overlay will be shown with the image:

PreviewOverlay

Tap the icon in the top-right corner of the preview to close the display.

Previews will not be available on the custom Cruzr when:

  • Alarm is sent for a 'mask'-type event.

  • When connected using the cloud for events before the account was linked to the robot.

Display the alarm-details

Tap the info-button md information to view more information on the event:

TapInfo

A modal will be shown with information on the event:

EventDetails

Tap the icon times to close the modal.