Hi all! We are excited to announce some new updates to our InRobot product that we believe will make your robotics experience even better.
Firstly, we have introduced a reports tab which allows operators to view the mission details of the robot. This feature also allows you to view the details of a specific run within a mission, and to get a closer look at the robot's actions, such as a measured value of a gauge or an infrared image of an asset. This will help you gain valuable insights into your robot's performance, and a glance at the health of your equipment.
In the image to the left, you see the list of missions, and on the right, the results from a thermal action are shown.
Secondly, we have added a connectivity status feature showing when the robot is connected to the Internet. This will help you to identify any issues and troubleshoot them quickly. Additionally, you can view the latency of the connected robot by selecting the robot and hovering over the "Robot connected status".
The robot-connected indicator is green when the robot is connected, and hovering over the indicators lets you know the round-trip latency between the robot and the cloud.
Lastly, we have added a new feature that allows you to change the location of your robot directly from the home page. Simply hover over the robot's location, select "Edit location" to choose a new site from the drop-down list, and save your changes. This will give you greater flexibility and control over where your robot operates.
To change the location of the Robot, click on the location and change it.
Using drag and drop functionality helps the user adjust the robot map and 3D model alignment.
We hope these updates will improve your robot experience. Reach out if you have any questions or comments, we would love to hear your thoughts.
We would also like to invite you to join our Early Adopter Program for InRobot and embark on your journey towards automating your work processes and increasing your operations' efficiency, safety and performance.
On behalf of the Cognite InRobot Team, Elias Bjørne