Installation and Setup

Introduction » Installation and Setup

System Requirements: The requirements for Gravio 4 are: Windows: Windows 10 1903 or higher Intel-based 64 bit CPU 2 Core or higher 4GB RAM or more macOS: macOS 10.15 or higher 8 GB RAM or more Linux: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Intel-based 64 CPU 2 Core or…

Setup on macOS

Introduction » Installation and Setup » Setup on macOS

Mac To use Gravio on Mac, you can install Gravio HubKit on your Mac. And you can install Gravio Studio for Mac for managing your Gravio HubKit. Run Gravio HubKit for Mac First, please download the Gravio HubKit dmg for Mac from this link. This is the Edge…

Setup on Windows 10

Introduction » Installation and Setup » Setup on Windows 10

Windows 10 Installation Install Gravio Studio from the Microsoft store: https://www.microsoft.com/store/apps/9N5ZLBCTTTH2 Launch Gravio Studio If you don’t have an account already, create an account here by filling out this form and agreeing to the terms and…

Setup on Linux / Raspberry Pi

Introduction » Installation and Setup » Setup on Linux / Raspberry Pi

Linux / RaspberryPI Download the Linux docker files as zip package from download site. Connect to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS using SSH. Transfer the downloaded zip package (coordinatorsetup_linux_v4_2.zip) to Ubuntu. Execute the following Command from Console. sudo apt…

Getting Started with the Gravio Hub

Gravio Hub » Getting Started with the Gravio Hub

On this page, we will go through the process of setting up your Gravio Hub. We made it extremely simple to configure your new hub. The following two steps are needed to get started: Configure the Gravio Hub to connect to your WiFi network Set your password The…

Saving Media data path for Camera device

Appendix » Saving Media data path for Camera device

Images acquired from the camera by ONVIF, etc. will be stored in the following directory for each camera device and stored in each date directory. Windows 10 C:/ProgramData/HubKit/mediadata Mac /Library/Application…

Gravio Hub Led Light Status Indicators

Gravio Hub » Gravio Hub Led Light Status Indicators

The Gravio Logo on the Gravio Hub can light up in various colours and patterns. Here you can find what the colours mean and/or how you can trigger them. LED behaviour Context Meaning Comment Solid Blue Upon boot Out of the box…

Gravio HubKits Overview

Gravio HubKits Overview

The Gravio’s HubKit Lists view in Gravio gives you an overview of all connected Edge HubKits available. These can be software servers from Linux, Windows or Macs where you have installed the Gravio HubKit, or they can be Gravio Hub devices. For information on how…

Connecting your Gravio Hub to the Network

Gravio Hub » Connecting your Gravio Hub to the Network

The Network Setup Process The first time you plug the Gravio Hub into a power source, it will create a wireless network. Use any device with a browser to connect to that Wifi Network: Log in using the password graviohub Now open your browser and enter the URL…

Software Sensors

Introduction » What is Gravio? » Hub Configuration View » Device Tab » Software Sensors

Gravio also supports software sensors. An example for a software sensor could be a camera that detects how many people are in a room and triggers certain Actions if certain thresholds are reached. These sensors are created using software and artificial intelligence…

Service Architecture

Introduction » Service Architecture

Gravio consists of the following application modules: Gravio Studio, a Windows, macOS and iOS application to view, edit and configure the server infrastructure. Gravio HubKit, a server software installed on the edge device (Windows, macOS or Linux) to retrieve…