Settings Tab

Introduction » What is Gravio? » Hub Configuration View » Settings Tab

In the Settings tab you can manage various settings aspects such as view the hubkit’s versions, backup or restore, set the base property profiles, deploy image inference models or view the disk usage space. If you have the enterprise version, you can also connect…

Trigger Tab

Introduction » What is Gravio? » Hub Configuration View » Trigger Tab

In order to have a trigger, it makes sense to have an action first, that you want to trigger with your trigger. You can see how to make actions here. Once you have an action, you can start triggering it using sensor data. There are three types of…

Device Tab

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

In the Devices tab, you manage the devices connected to a HubKit by adding, removing and configuring them, including their physical location. In order to keep the data stores organised and efficient, Gravio features two dimensions how to place and assign…

Log Viewer Tab

Introduction » What is Gravio? » Hub Configuration View » Log Viewer Tab

In the Log Viewer tab you can access or download the log files that Gravio produces. They are mainly used for debugging. The logs include: Actmgr – containing any logs the Actions and Steps produce Blemgr – Bluetooth related logs Ctrlmgr –…

Data Viewer Tab

Introduction » What is Gravio? » Hub Configuration View » Data Viewer Tab

The Data Viewer Tab allows you to investigate incoming sensor data in real-time (press the “live” button on the top right for real-time live data). This is useful if you want to set up the system and test its functionality. Please click on the…

Trigger Variables and Properties

Introduction » What is Gravio? » Hub Configuration View » Trigger Tab » Trigger Variables and Properties

Device / timer triggers allow you to pass trigger properties and trigger variables as arguments when performing an action. Trigger variable The trigger variable is a variable in tv., which is passed to the action as tv. In an event-driven trigger by receiving sensor…

Time Based Triggers

Introduction » What is Gravio? » Hub Configuration View » Trigger Tab » Time Based Triggers

You can create triggers that are based on times on time-related parameters such as intervals, weekdays, day-of-month, etc. To create a time-based trigger, open the +-icon with the clock on the trigger tab: You will see the following dialogue box: Give your…

Hub Configuration View

Introduction » What is Gravio? » Hub Configuration View

If you double click on the upper half of the Server card, you will get to the Hub Configuration view: At the top you can find a number of buttons such as: A plus sign button to create new physical Areas to group your Layers An edit button to edit an Area or…

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…

Available Variables in Actions

Action Configuration View » Available Variables in Actions

Think of the Action Steps as connectable parts that have an input and an output pipe. Each Step waits for incoming objects (in cv.Payload) it can then process and pass on through the output pipe to the next Step. Before processing the Step, you can Pre-Map and after…

Maintenance and Software Updates

Gravio Hub » Maintenance and Software Updates

Once logged in, you can open the “Maintenance” tab on the top left to open the maintenance view: Once open, you see the following sections: Check Updates SSL Certificate Settings HubKit and Coordinator Data Backup Gravio Hub Power Management …

Restricting access to the Gravio Hub from Gravio Studio

Appendix » Restricting access to the Gravio Hub from Gravio Studio

To restrict Gravio Studio access to the Gravio Hub, install the Gravio Studio client certificate used for the that particular Gravio Hub. Note: This feature is only available for Basic users. Log in to Gravio Cloud with Gravio Studio and select “Client…

Adding an EnOcean Sensors

Introduction » What is Gravio? » Hub Configuration View » Device Tab » Adding Physical Sensor Devices » Adding an EnOcean Sensors

We also rent out EnOcean energy harvesting sensors, that are getting powered by the energy surrounding them, such as solar panels, or by kinetic energy, e.g. when buttons are pushed. We have two types of sensors: The temperature sensors, identifiable by the small…

Action Configuration View

Action Configuration View

The Gravio HubKits can trigger Actions. You can think of an Action like a small and simple computer program, that’s made up of Steps. Actions can be created in the Action Editor which can be opened by clicking on the Action Editor icon: You can find these…

Sensor Event Triggers

Introduction » What is Gravio? » Hub Configuration View » Trigger Tab » Sensor Event Triggers

Sensor Triggers Click on the icon on the top right with the plus in the square to create a sensor-based trigger: This will open the trigger popup: Give your trigger a sensible name, we recommend to name it after the condition that triggers the…

Adding Physical Sensor Devices

Introduction » What is Gravio? » Hub Configuration View » Device Tab » Adding Physical Sensor Devices

Gravio is built in a way that allows us to easily extend new sensor families. On the website https://www.gravio.com/product#Gravio-Rent you can see a range of hardware sensors Gravio supports off the shelf. If you require other sensors to be connected, please do not…