We have made a simulation of the Polaris Cloud dashboard so that you could get a better sense of what it has to offer and see it in action.
How does it work?
What you need to do is visit the Polaris Cloud page, and scroll to the Cloud in Action section. Click on the button at the end of the section and the simulation will open.
The left side of the screen gives you the list of the devices that you’re tracking. While the rest of the screen features the map.
When you click on the “Polaris Demo” on the left side of the screen, the device dashboard opens. That’s where you get to track the speed of the device, the battery level, the temperature, and more.
Of course, this dashboard can be customized to your needs.
More about the Polaris Cloud
Polaris Cloud is the most efficient and cost-effective way to track a whole group of vehicles from one Cloud dashboard. It comes with a standard Dashboard, but it can be customized to fit the needs of your product or project.
The default version of the Cloud Dashboard offers:
The GPS trace of the last 15 minutes (or any selectable time period), and the current position on the map.
The battery type, ignition status, emergency button status, speed, temperature, and battery level on dedicated widgets.
Telemetry data of the last 15 minutes (or any selectable time period) on a chart widget and downloadable raw data.