This video will help you navigate through the Kaiterra Web App and covers all of our features so you can make the best use of our powerful Web App experience.
0:00 - Introduction
0:30 - Register an Account + Web App Overview
1:30 - Organization Accounts
2:15 - Device Details (naming your device, historical data, and data export)
3:10 - Web App Feature: Compare
3:45 - Web App Feature: Kiosk View
4:43 - Web App Feature: Alerts
Below is a text version of the video above! This is for those that prefer a laid-out text walkthrough or would like some clarity on some of the points made throughout the video.
Once you are logged in, you will arrive at your Buildings and Devices page, which is where you can see all of your buildings and their current statuses (including device count and average readings for the various pollutants being measured).
Clicking on a building will reveal all of the devices added to that building. This page shows a summary of their online status and their current device readings. You can also customize this page to show (or remove) the parameters that you care about the most.
If you do not have any devices added yet, you can click "New Device" in the top right corner and use your device's Unique Identifier - or UDID - to add it to your Web App.
Organization Accounts can organize their devices into different buildings, making it easier to keep track of your various offices or buildings around the world.
You can also invite members to different buildings that are relevant to them, allowing you to skip the need for each member to add their own devices individually.
If you are an organization that would like to upgrade your account - get in touch with us!
To view more Device Details of a specific device, click on the device's name.
From this page, you can view the device's information and current pollutant readings along the top and the historical data readings along the bottom.
The bottom icons that represent the different pollutants can be clicked on to view their specific historical data readings - and you can click on two of these pollutants to try and spot trends in the readings, such as high Humidity and PM readings indicating a humidifier might have turned on.
You can use the "More Options" button in the top-right to name - or rename - your device.
You can also click on the duration above the graph to change the time period in which you are viewing your historical data.
Export Data will allow you to download the data currently being displayed on the graph.
You can choose between raw data ("no averages" aka. minute-by-minute readings), hourly averages, or daily averages. This information will then be compiled into a CSV file and sent to your email.
Compare is a feature that allows you to compare the readings of up to 8 devices at once! It is a great way to get an in-depth understanding of the varying readings throughout your space. These comparisons can also be saved so you can revisit them whenever needed.
To create a comparison, click "Create Comparison" and select up to 8 devices. If you are using an Organization Account, you can create these comparisons with any of your devices from any building - in case you want to compare the air quality in your New York offices vs your Switzerland Headquarters.
Kiosk View is a great way to display up to 8 devices at once on a larger screen - such as a Smart TV or monitor - in order to showcase how good your air quality is to a larger audience.
Follow the on-screen instructions to create your Kiosk View.
Mode allows you to select between "Air quality mode", which focuses on the overall health of your air, and "Virus risk mode", which focuses on viral transmission risk awareness.
Layout lets you choose between a single device display, multiple device display, or an indoor/outdoor comparison display.
Theme allows you to choose between Light mode and Dark mode.
Once you have selected all of your customizations, click on "Create" to generate your Kiosk View. From there, you can copy the URL into a web browser on your Smart TV or monitor to start displaying your Kiosk View data to the masses!
Alerts allow you to create threshold-based notifications for when a device goes above (or below) a specified level -- such as "CO2 staying above 2000ppm for more than 30 minutes".
Alerts can also be set to notify you when a device has dropped offline, giving you an effective way to monitor and investigate the online connectivity of your devices.
Alerts can be set for an entire building and you can either use email notifications (as seen above) or use the Alert Feed (as seen below) to keep tabs on when and where your alerts were triggered.