TC1.6 - Dashboards using different kind of graphics Widgets matching with High Level Types, Monitor city status with Dashboards

Test Case Title

TC1.6 - Dashboards using different kind of graphics Widgets matching with High Level Types, Monitor city status with Dashboards

Goal

  • I can access to different kind of graphic widgets representing high level types of data
  • Communicate city status for example for infomobility
  • Communicate and Navigate on the status of city elements of interest
  • Show the status of the city to communicate with city users: traffic flow, hot parking areas, pollution status, pollination status, first aid, etc.
  • Collect users feedbacks, providing information back to the city contextualized with the POI
  • Communicate with the city users via IOT applications controlling City Dashboard
  • communicate with city users by using dashboards hosted on third party web pages.
  • Use connection in HTTPS/HTTP for using  Dashboards

Prerequisites

Using a PC or Mobile with a web browser.

Expected successful result

Access to the dashboards accessible by the links and see them, see data updated with the interval declared by each widget and the time elapsed. If you push F11 you can go and exit from full screen. The same happen with the click on the left up corner small icon of the dashboard.

Steps

 

 

Please note that some of the following links could be accessible only for registered users.

The Dashboards of Dashboard Builder may include:

  • Graphics Widgets for presenting different kind of data to city users as shown in the previous requirements
  • Interactive Widgets for manipulating data on the dashboard only (button, selection of events, etc.), and for cross widget interaction, drilling down on data, etc.
  • Snap4City Applications Dashboard of NodeRED
  • Actuator Widgets for collecting data from authenticated users such as: buttons NC/NO, sliding, text box, selection box, tuner, switch NC/NO, etc. These actuators are sending data to IOT Broker

     

  1. Example 1: How different widgets and dashboards can be created by the Dashboard Builder.

They can be created by domain, by function, by events, by operators, etc. Dashboard Builder provides a large set of Widgets (charts, tables, trends, histograms, maps, list, interaction elements, etc., see also its usage on Https://www.km4city.org) including those on maps as: OpenStreetMap, Google Maps, and/or ServiceMap/ ServiceMap3D, heat maps, with more features and data connected with the historical data base and relationship among entities in the city.  See examples on: https://www.km4city.org/?controlRoom#realtimeData

 

The following list links to different dashboards showing a range of different kind of graphics Widgets. In particular:

  • Widget with list of entertainment events (1). Clicking an event in the list the geolocation is shown on the map (2)
  • Widget with a list of traffic events (incidents, works, cues, etc.) (3). Clicking an event in the list the geolocation is shown on the map (4)
  • Button changing a view and simulating city webcams (5).

  • Selector widget (1). By clicking an item in the list the map shows the service selected. The selection is incremental (more services can be loaded in the map).
  • Traffic flow reconstruction map (2).
  • Widget speedometer (3)
  • Widget gauge chart (4)
  • Widget vertical bar content (5)
  • Widget simple content (6)