Getting real time monitoring

This dashboard, once configured to best meet your business needs, gives you real-time visibility into your operations. It allows you to access events and visual information extracted from the recognition capabilities built and deployed from the Deepomatic platform. It also allows you to set up a verification or validation process for the events thus generated, allowing optimal collaboration between the operational teams and the AIs created on the Deepomatic platform.

The unit element used in the monitoring dashboard is called an event on the Deepomatic platform. Depending on your activity, an event may be very different, but it is in any case a basic unit that makes sense in the management of your operations.

For example, it can be an alert if you deploy a monitoring system to detect anomalies or predefined scenarios on video streams. It can also be an intervention or a task assigned to an operational agent if you use the Deepomatic platform to set up a monitoring system for operations carried out by agents in the field.

Interface

As can be seen above, the main dashboard view lists your events in three separate tabs: "To process", "Being processed" and "Processed".

Depending on your settings and the design of your applications, your events will all be sent in the first tab, or some may be generated directly in the "Being processed" or "Processed" tabs to best suit your operational needs.

The columns of this view are customizable. You can click on "Manage fields" at any time to select the fields you wish to display and order them in the most optimal way. It is also possible to add fields via your application settings.

Event Processing Workflow

General Workflow

The interest of the three tabs is to set up a workflow for dashboard users to process events. Thus, each event in the first tab is waiting to be processed. The first step consists in assigning a user to this event, and most frequently, it is a given user who will self-assign an event to process it.

By navigating through the different tabs, each user can then view the events waiting to be processed, those that are being processed and those that have been processed. On the last two tabs, it is also possible to filter the events according to the user to whom they have been assigned.

Changing Assignation

It is possible that a user, under very specific conditions, may have to transfer the ownership of an event that he is processing (for example if he is not the best placed user to process this event, or when he finishes his shift). It is then possible for a user to select one or more events and assign them to another user. It is also possible to unassign himself from these events and send them back to the first tab. In both cases, the progress that has been made on these events won't be lost.

Marking as resolved

It is possible that a user, under very specific conditions, may have to validate a set of events (for example if those events have been validated and don't require more attention from an operational agent). It is then possible for a user to select one or more events and to "Mark as resolved" those events, which will automatically send them to the "Processed" tab.