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Connecting the Gravio Hub to a LAN

Installation and Setup » Determining how to operate the Gravio Hub 2 and the steps to set it up » Connecting the Gravio Hub to a LAN

For wired LAN connection Connect the wired LAN cable to the LAN connector on the Gravio Hub2. Note: Please use a wired LAN that can provide an IP address via DHCP. Boot up the Gravio Hub2 Connect the USB-C cable to the USB-C connector on the Gravio Hub2 and start…

Gravio Hub (Gravio Hub 2)

Gravio Hub (Gravio Hub 2)

For the Gravio Business Plan or higher, you get one or more Gravio Hubs. The Gravio Hub is the Edge Device that gathers all the data and processes. It is essentially a small computer. The specifications of the Gravio Hub are below: CPU: Rockchip RK3399 (6 core)…

Gravio Hub (Gravio Hub version 1)

Gravio Hub (Gravio Hub version 1)

Gravio Hub is available for rental to subscribers of Gravio Standard or higher service menu. Gravio Hub version 1 is a square housing model. Gravio Hub version 1 users can exchange it for Gravio Hub 2 equipment, please contact us.

Migration Guide from Gravio Hub to Gravio Hub 2

Gravio Hub (Gravio Hub 2) » Migration Guide from Gravio Hub to Gravio Hub 2

This section describes the procedure for customers using Gravio Hub (“Hub1”) to migrate to Gravio Hub 2 (“Hub2”). Before starting It is assumed that the data in the currently operated Hub1 will be backed up and restored to Hub2 for…

Gravio Hub 2

Upgrade Instructions for Gravio 5.0 from Gravio 4.x » Gravio Hub 2

Upgrading HubKit Please upgrade HubKit following the steps below. If the upgrade is successfully completed, you will not use the backed-up data. 1. Log into Configuration Manager When the Configuration Manager is updated to the latest version with the automatic…

Gravio Hub Settings

Installation and Setup » Determining how to operate the Gravio Hub 2 and the steps to set it up » Gravio Hub Settings

  The Gravio Configuration Manager is a web application bundled with HubKit. Therefore, in order to manage this system securely, the Gravio Configuration Manager has a dedicated account. Open the Configuration Manager by typing…

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 available only in Gravio Basic, Gravio Standard and Gravio Enterprise subscriptions. Log in to Gravio…

How to stop Gravio Hub

Gravio Hub (Gravio Hub version 1) » How to stop Gravio Hub

How to stop Gravio Hub (version 1) To stop Gravio Hub, please follow the steps below. Press and hold the button shown below, and the Gravio symbol on the top surface will change from “blue” to “yellow” to “red” and finally the light…

Gravio Hub (Gravio Hub version 1) initial settings

Gravio Hub (Gravio Hub version 1) » Gravio Hub (Gravio Hub version 1) initial settings

This section will discuss the initial setup of Gravio Hub. To use the Gravio Hub, you will need to do the following two things. Configure WiFi network settings to connect Gravio Hub to your network. Gravio Hub is running on a LinuxOS based on Ubuntu1804. It is…

Gravio Hub 2 Installation

Installation and Setup » Determining how to operate the Gravio Hub 2 and the steps to set it up » Gravio Hub 2 Installation

This section describes the installation of Gravio Hub 2. To use Gravio Hub 2, the following three points are necessary: Connect Gravio Hub to LAN Gravio Hub Settings Initial Settings Gravio Hub 2 operates on a Linux OS based on Ubuntu 2004. It is designed to…

About Gravio Hub and Gravio Zigbee Receiver

Appendix » About Gravio Hub and Gravio Zigbee Receiver

The maximum number of devices that can be connected to the Gravio Hub and Gravio Zigbee receiver is 64.

Connecting Gravio and IVAR

Using the Gravio AI Option » Testing the Gravio Gorilla Connection » Connecting Gravio and IVAR

In order to link Gravio and IVAR, Log into IVAR using your admin account: 4. Setting IVAR in Gravio Studio Select the System menu to open the About menu and copy the IVAR Information ID including {}. Select HubKit from Gravio Studio and open IVAR Message…

Indicator light status and button operation on the Gravio Hub (Gravio Hub version 1)

Gravio Hub (Gravio Hub version 1) » Indicator light status and button operation on the Gravio Hub (Gravio Hub version 1)

indicator light status The Gravio logo on the Gravio Hub lights up in various colors and patterns to indicate the following LED Staus Comment Blue When first started up out of the box Access Point Mode White After…

Determining how to operate the Gravio Hub 2 and the steps to set it up

Installation and Setup » Determining how to operate the Gravio Hub 2 and the steps to set it up

Please decide first on how to operate Gravio Hub 2. Please decide whether you will operate Gravio Hub 2 as a (marker-blue) “server for node management” or as a (marker-blue) “Node hub”. The settings are made from a browser on the screen of the…

Using the Gravio Coordinator

Advanced » Using the Gravio Coordinator

Because Gravio is a distributed system consisting of either computers (macOS, Windows or Linux) running the HubKit or the Gravio Hub itself, there is a need to coordinate those edge nodes and authenticate the users using the infrastructure. The Gravio Coordinator is…

Gravio Settings

Installation and Setup » Determining how to operate the Gravio Hub 2 and the steps to set it up » Other Settings » Gravio Settings

Open the Configuration Manager using a browser. You will reach the Configuration Manager by entering the URL http://:8080 . Note, if you are connecting to your HubKit via the Access Point Mode, the address will be http://192.1601.100.1:8080   Or, in the browser,…

Using the Gravio AI Option

Using the Gravio AI Option

This section describes how to install and use the Gorilla IVAR (Intelligent Video Analytics Recorder) and Gorilla BAP (Biometric Authentication Provider) provided by Gorilla Technology for Gravio Enterprise AI Edition Gold / Platinum. Gorilla Technology is a…

Testing the Gravio Gorilla Connection

Using the Gravio AI Option » Testing the Gravio Gorilla Connection

In this chapter, we test the connection between Gravio and Gorilla by counting the number of people in the image recognition process of Gorilla’s camera image. The data gathered is then used as a trigger to send the processed data to Gravio. In Gravio, the an…

Indicator light status and button operation on Gravio Hub 2

Gravio Hub (Gravio Hub 2) » Indicator light status and button operation on Gravio Hub 2

indicator light status The LEDs on the side of the Gravio Hub 2 light up in various colors and patterns to indicate the following LED Status Comment blue when first booted out of the box Access point mode White light on…

Request to establish Gravio Cloud Server

Using Gravio Cloud » Request to establish Gravio Cloud Server

How to use Gravio Cloud Gravio 5.0, Business and Business Pro license holders have a MAIN license to use Gravio in the cloud. If required, however, you can also run Gravio’s MAIN server on your own, dedicated server. If you are already using a MAIN license in…

Gravio Free users use the Gravio Cloud server for evaluation purpose

Using Gravio Cloud » Request to establish Gravio Cloud Server » Gravio Free users use the Gravio Cloud server for evaluation purpose

Obtaining your Free Trial License There is a free subscription tier of Gravio, called Gravio Free. Gravio Free users can try Gravio Business Pro, including optionally a free dedicated server instance (Gravio Cloud) for a maximum of three weeks. Note, the server will…

Using Gravio Cloud

Using Gravio Cloud

Gravio Business and Gravio Business Pro customers have access to dedicated Gravio Cloud servers. The Gravio Cloud servers are AWS-based cloud servers that Asteria provides. Each Gravio Business and Business Pro contract includes one MAIN server license. In most cases,…

Using Gravio Studio

Using Gravio Studio

Gravio Apps Framework

Appendix » Gravio Apps Framework

Gravio will also provide a framework, that allows third party companies to build native mobile applications that integrate seamlessly into the Gravio Edge infrastructure. APIs provided by Gravio’s edge servers can provide data or be triggered by an authenticated…

General Gravio Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting » General Gravio Troubleshooting

Symptom Explanation Remedy Comments Gravio Studio is not behaving as expected Gravio Server connection is unstable or Gravio Server is not running Ensure that there is a stable connection between Gravio Studio and the Server is…

Upgrade Gravio 5.1

Upgrade Gravio 5.1

Gravio 5.1 has several enhancements and network configruation environment. Gravio Configuration Manager ・Initial configuration In Gravio 5.1, you can now register a license even if you are not connected to the Internet. You can import a license file that has been…

Gravio HubKits Overview

Using Gravio Studio » 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…

Hub Configuration View

Using Gravio Studio » 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…

Upgrade Instructions for Gravio 5.0 from Gravio 4.x

Upgrade Instructions for Gravio 5.0 from Gravio 4.x

This section provides instructions for upgrading from Gravio 4.x to Gravio 5.0. Gravio 5.0 simplifies the process of deploying license files, and now allows users to obtain licenses in the Gravio Configuration Manager. For this reason, customers with Gravio 4.x…

Gravio Cloud Server information

Using Gravio Cloud » Gravio Cloud Server information

Information about Gravio Cloud server. Server disk space : 64 GiB (including OS system) Backups : Snapshots are backed up at regular intervals. Storage period is 7 days.

Upgrading Gravio on Windows

Upgrade Instructions for Gravio 5.0 from Gravio 4.x » Upgrading Gravio on Windows

How to upgrade HubKit Backup your folder /Program Data/HubKit/ Uninstall HubKit via the Windows uninstaller Download HubKit Windows 5.0 version from https://www.gravio.com/en/download Install the downloaded Gravio HubKit using the installer Follow the steps in…

Gravio HubKit Data Directory

Appendix » Gravio HubKit Data Directory

When the Gravio HubKit is installed, it creates a data directory to store configuration files and data. On Windows 10 C:\ProgramData\HubKit\ On macOS /Library/Application Support/HubKit/ On Linux/Raspberry On Linux/Raspberry, the following directories are mounted…

Gravio Architecture and Terminology

Gravio Architecture and Terminology

Gravio can be installed and operated on cloud services such as AWS, Azure, GCP, etc. (hereinafter described as “cloud”) starting from version 5 . Gravio can now be installed and operated on these services as well. A node on which the Gravio HubKit is…

How to configure Azure IoT Hub (MQTT)

Appendix » How to configure Azure IoT Hub (MQTT)

Here is an example of how to send messages to Azure IoT Hub (MQTT). Preparations Prepare a Linux or Mac to create a certificate. Downloading the tools To use a certificate in Azure IoT Hub, please download the command line tools to your Linux or Mac from here. For…

How to Side-Load Gravio Studio for Windows

Appendix » How to Side-Load Gravio Studio for Windows

Sideloading procedures for Gravio Studio for Windows Sideloading is the process of installing an application from an installer file rather than from the App Store. In some cases, for example in a corporate environment, the App store may not be available. Or a computer…

How to install Gravio server Root CA certificates.

Appendix » How to install Gravio server Root CA certificates.

In order to make the secure connection, you will need to install the downloaded certificates to your operating system. HubKit can then verify that you are allowed to access it. Installing the Certificate on Windows 10 Double click on the certificate file from…

Gravio Studio cannot find or connect to HubKit

Troubleshooting » Gravio Studio cannot find or connect to HubKit

if you cannot find HubKit from Gravio Studio Gravio Hub. Log in the HubKit’s IP address on the HubKit console and check the wlan0 IP address for wireless using ifconfig. Run ping from the PC in Gravio Studio to see if it connects to the relevant Gravio…

Account types for Gravio operations

Account types for Gravio operations

Several accounts are required to use Gravio. Depending on the functionality of the Gravio system, you may need to create several accounts to access different features.  1. Gravio User Account This account is created by signing up in Gravio Studio or by creating…

License Management in Gravio 4.5

Installation and Setup » Past HubKit installation and upgrade procedures » License Management in Gravio 4.5

From Gravio 4.5, a license management feature has been added for customers with a Standard contract or higher. If you are using Gravio 4.5 or higher, please follow the steps below to register your license. *Please note that the contract content of Gravio Enterprise AI…

Initial Settings (Gravio Configuration Manager)

Installation and Setup » Installation and initial configuration of Linux (Ubuntu ARM64/Raspberry Pi) version » Initial Settings (Gravio Configuration Manager)

Open the Gravio Configuration Manager screen in your browser using Gravio Tools from Windows Tray. Pick the “Initial Setup” menu option. Or, in the browser, enter .local:8080 configured in the previous chapter.   After logging in, the Gravio Hub…

Initial Settings (Gravio Configuration Manager)

Installation and Setup » Installation and initial setup of the Windows version » Initial Settings (Gravio Configuration Manager)

Open the Gravio Configuration Manager screen in your browser using Gravio Tools from Windows Tray. Pick the “Initial Setup” menu option. Or, in the browser, enter .local:8080 configured in the previous chapter.   After logging in, the Gravio Hub…

Initial Settings (Gravio Configuration Manager)

Installation and Setup » Installation and initial configuration of Linux (Ubuntu AMD64) version » Initial Settings (Gravio Configuration Manager)

Open the Gravio Configuration Manager screen in your browser using Gravio Tools from Windows Tray. Pick the “Initial Setup” menu option. Or, in the browser, enter .local:8080 configured in the previous chapter.   After logging in, the Gravio Hub…

Initial Settings (Gravio Configuration Manager)

Installation and Setup » Installation and initial setup for macOS version » Initial Settings (Gravio Configuration Manager)

Open the Gravio Configuration Manager screen in your browser using Gravio Tools from Windows Tray. Pick the “Initial Setup” menu option. Or, in the browser, enter .local:8080 configured in the previous chapter.   After logging in, the Gravio Hub…

Which ports does Gravio require?

Appendix » Which ports does Gravio require?

Each server module of Gravio’s HubKit, the Update Manager, and the Coordinator use the following ports: • Inbound (Gravio 5.1) Service Name / Process Name Protocol Port…

Initial Settings (Gravio Configuration Manager)

Installation and Setup » Determining how to operate the Gravio Hub 2 and the steps to set it up » Initial Settings (Gravio Configuration Manager)

Open the Configuration Manager using a browser. You will reach the Configuration Manager by entering the URL http://:8080 . Note, if you are connecting to your HubKit via the Access Point Mode, the address will be http://192.168.100.1:8080 In the browser, enter…

i-PRO Computer Vision and Gravio Integration

Using Gravio Studio » Hub Configuration View » Device Tab » i-PRO Computer Vision and Gravio Integration

i-PRO is a surveillance camera sold by i-PRO Corporation , which is part of Panasonic. Gravio coordinates with i-PRO and receives data recognized by AI. Setting up i-PRO 1. In ‘Devices’, select the type of i-PRO (DataKind) and add a new area and…

Set Gravio 4.x license format for 5.0

Upgrade Instructions for Gravio 5.0 from Gravio 4.x » Set Gravio 4.x license format for 5.0

Before upgrading your HubKit package, please configure your 4.x license format to 5.0. You can do this in your online portal. Log in to https://gc1.gravio.com/ui/login. After logging in, in the “Account” tab, find this license tile: Click on the green…

Referring to the value of a Object variable in an Action

Using Gravio Studio » Action Configuration View » Referring to the value of a Object variable in an Action

If you like to refer to the value of a variable of type Object available in an action, you can access the element with a selector or square brackets connected to the variable with a dot. As an example of an Object type variable, if you use IVAR’s face…

How to use Text2SQL to create SQL from Prompts

Appendix » How to use Text2SQL to create SQL from Prompts

The TextSQL function provided in the database-related components is a feature that can generate SQL statements from Japanese input into the prompt to get the data you want using the ChatGPT function of OpenAI. In order to use the TextSQL function, you need to obtain…

Installing the macOS version

Installation and Setup » Installation and initial setup for macOS version » Installing the macOS version

Using Gravio with a Mac Two software installations are required to use Gravio. Gravio Studio, which you can get from link.gravio.com/studio for Mac, and HubKit, which you can get from https://www.gravio.com/en/download. Installing Gravio Studio for Mac and…

Using the File Viewer

Using Gravio Studio » Action Configuration View » Using the File Viewer

Some action components in HubKit are able to read files in the actmgr/data directory and save files in that directory. Files stored in this directory can be retrieved by Gravio Studio, and local files can be uploaded to the directory by Gravio Studio. Use the…

Unregistering the BAP License

Using the Gravio AI Option » Installation of Gorilla BAP » Unregistering the BAP License

Unregister the license If you want to move your BAP installation to another PC, be sure to deregister the installed license beforehand. Click the Deactivate button in the Admin Setting -> System Information -> License and confirm that it has been deactivated. Note:…

Installing the Windows version

Installation and Setup » Installation and initial setup of the Windows version » Installing the Windows version

Using Gravio with Windows To use Gravio, you will need to install two pieces of software. Gravio Studio for Windows, the software to manage your infrastructure. You can get Gravio Studio from the App Store. Secondly, you will need Gravio HubKit, the actual node server…

Software Sensors

Using Gravio Studio » 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…

Google Analytics Send Event

Using Gravio Studio » Action Configuration View » Action Components » Google Analytics Send Event

The Google AnalyticsSendEvent component sends events using the Google Analytics Measurement Protocol. For details of Measurement Protocol and parameters, please refer to this link. Checking “Debug Mode” puts you in debug mode. In debug mode, if…

How to set up Gmail to send email : Basic Authentication (SMTP)

Appendix » How to set up Gmail to send email : Basic Authentication (SMTP)

Example settings for sending email using a Gmail email address Item Description Mail Server smtp.gmail.com Port Number 587 Sending Email Address Gmail email address SMTP Username Username…

How to set up the Panasonic i-PRO Camera for Motion Detection, Congestion and Alarms

Appendix » How to set up the Panasonic i-PRO Camera for Motion Detection, Congestion and Alarms

The camera used is the WV-S1135V for i-PRO camera settings. Access the WV-S1135V camera’s web page to open the settings. Please refer to the i-PRO manual for instructions on how to use the WV-S1135V and how to operate the web page. AI Motion Detection To use…

Unregistering the Gorilla IVAR License

Using the Gravio AI Option » Installation of Gorilla IVAR » Unregistering the Gorilla IVAR License

Unregistering license If you want to move your IVAR installation to another PC, be sure to deregister the installed license beforehand. Make sure it is deactivated by pressing the Deactivate button in System -> About -> License. Note: If IVAR is uninstalled without…

Requesting your Cloud Server as Business and Business Pro Purchasers

Using Gravio Cloud » Request to establish Gravio Cloud Server » Requesting your Cloud Server as Business and Business Pro Purchasers

Obtaining your License Follow the steps below to obtain a Business or Business Pro license. For the Gravio Hub 2, open the Configuration Manager under the Hub2’s IP address and port 8080, and go to the Preferences tab to obtain a license. For HubKit (= your…

How to Register Azure Apps (Microsoft365)

Appendix » How to Register Azure Apps (Microsoft365)

``` Here is an example of how to post an Excel file to Microsoft365 using the WriteToExcel365 component. In order to use this component, you need to have a contract and prior setup with Microsoft365 for Business and OneDrive for Business. Preparing Microsoft365 for…

How to set up AWS IoT MQTT

Appendix » How to set up AWS IoT MQTT

This guide takes you through the steps to use AWS IoT with MQTT Create and Download the Certificate Open AWS IoT, select “Certificates” in the left menu “Security” and click “Create Certificate”. Select 1-Click Create…

How to obtain an API Key for OpenAI

Appendix » How to obtain an API Key for OpenAI

To use the OpenAICompletion, OpenAIChat, OpenAIImage, OpenAIAudio components, please create an account with OpenAI and obtain an API Key. 1. Creating an account Sign up from the “Sign Up” at the top right of the here OpenAI’s site. 2. Confirming…

Upgrading to HubKit 4.3 on Linux / Raspberry Pi

Installation and Setup » Past HubKit installation and upgrade procedures » Upgrading to HubKit 4.3 on Linux / Raspberry Pi

To upgrade HubKit or Coordinator, please follow the procedure below. In a nutshell, we have migrated from a docker-based installation to a .deb package. This document guides you through the process of upgrading HubKit 4.2 version to 4.3 on Linux / Raspberry…

How to set up Google Drive with OAuth2.0

Appendix » How to set up Google Drive with OAuth2.0

This section describes how to configure authentication with OAuth2 to Google Drive in the Google Drive Upload/Download component. To configure OAuth2 settings, Google Drive uses GCP. Proper knowledge of GCP is required to configure it correctly. Please contact Google…

How to register a bot for LINE WORKS

Appendix » How to register a bot for LINE WORKS

To use the LINE WORKS component, the LINE WORKS administrator must perform initial Bot settings. LINE WORKS Developers 1. Creating a LINE WORKS Developers Account Create an account from here and set up a Bot for LINE WORKS. 2. Creating an App The LINE WORKS2…

Installation and initial setup of the Windows version

Installation and Setup » Installation and initial setup of the Windows version

HubKit for Windows can be operated as a Gravio HubKit Node. Follow the instructions from the windows installation manual . Note, if you already have Gravio Studio, and just need to install the HubKit software, you can download this from…

How to write expressions in Pre Mappings / Post Mappings

Using Gravio Studio » Action Configuration View » How to write expressions in Pre Mappings / Post Mappings

Each action component in the Action Editor has a pre Pre Mappings / Post Mappings area on the right side of the screen: Press the “+” button to add a new line to either the Pre-Mappings or the Post-Mappings. Pre Mappings are executed before the main…

Functions available in the Pre Mappings / Post Mappings expressions

Using Gravio Studio » Action Configuration View » Functions available in the Pre Mappings / Post Mappings expressions

You can use the following functions on the right side of the expressions in Pre Mappings / Post Mappings. See Functions for a detailed explanation of each function. String Len Contains RuneCount HasPrefix HasSuffix Index Join LastIndex Repeat Replace Split ToLower…

How to initialize or reset you HubKit’s Configuration Manager

Appendix » How to initialize or reset you HubKit’s Configuration Manager

To reset the Update Manager password of your Gravio Node, you need to find and delete the updmgr.dat file: 1. Stop HubKit If HubKit is running, stop HubKit. You can do this from your Tray Application (Windows) or Menubar (macOS). On Linux or the Gravio Hub you can…

How to register a bot for LINE WORKS (Pre-June 2023 Version)

Appendix » How to register a bot for LINE WORKS (Pre-June 2023 Version)

In order to use the LINE WORKS component, the LINE WORKS administrator needs to initialize the Bot. LINE WORKS Developers 1. Creating a LINE WORKS Developers account Create an account from here and create a Bot for LINE WORKS. 2. API settings The LINE WORKS…

How to set up sending e-mail with OAuth2.0 : Advanced Authentication (OAuth2)

Appendix » How to set up sending e-mail with OAuth2.0 : Advanced Authentication (OAuth2)

This document explains how to set up advanced authentication (OAuth2) for sending mail with the Mail component. Advanced authentication (OAuth2) has been tested and confirmed to work with Gmail and Outlook. To set up OAuth2, use GCP for Gmail and Azure for…

How to create a machine learning model for computer vision object recognition

Advanced » How to create a machine learning model for computer vision object recognition

One of the big new features of Gravio 4 is the way you can create inference files to use Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to detect objects in visual feeds, such as from CCTV security camera systems based on ONVIF. Please refer to the ONVIF section of this…

Installation and initial setup for macOS version

Installation and Setup » Installation and initial setup for macOS version

HubKit Mac version can be operated as a hub in your Node Computing network. Follow the instructions from the mac installation manual . Note, if you already have Gravio Studio, and just need to install the HubKit software, you can download this from…

Performance Tuning

Installation and Setup » Determining how to operate the Gravio Hub 2 and the steps to set it up » Other Settings » Performance Tuning

When using the Gravio Hub for inference computer vision detection, please consider the following: Processing Performance When an inference is selected as a “layer as a soft sensor” on a Gravio Hub, only one model should be used per Gravio…

Adding Physical Sensor Devices

Using Gravio Studio » 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…

Saving Media data path for Camera device

Appendix » Saving Media data path for Camera device

Images acquired from the camera by ONVIF or USB 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…

Automatic “Configuration Manager” Updates

Appendix » Automatic “Configuration Manager” Updates

The “Configuration Manager” installed on the Gravio Hub, both the Linux version and the ARM64 version (Raspberry), is set to automatically update every day at 2:00 AM, so no update operation is required.

HubKit Settings

Appendix » HubKit Settings

HubKit Configuration Guide 1. If you are using Mac Select the ‘Settings’ menu from the HubKit icon in the top menu bar of macOS. 1. Services Use this when you need to start or stop the services that make up the HubKit individually. If you want to…

Security and Authentication

Security and Authentication

If you have Gravio Standard or better, you can secure your Gravio HubKit against your Gravio Studio machine using a Client Authentication method. This means you generate an authentication certificate from your Gravio Studio machine, which will be deployed on the Gravio…

Installation and Setup

Installation and Setup

Gravio operates with two pieces of software installed: the server software, the “Gravio HubKit” package , and a client application called “Gravio Studio” that operates the server software. as a client application to operate the server…

Installation and initial configuration of Linux (Ubuntu AMD64) version

Installation and Setup » Installation and initial configuration of Linux (Ubuntu AMD64) version

HubKit for Linux can be operated as a Gravio HubKit Node. Follow the instructions from the Linux installation manual. Note, if you already have Gravio Studio, and just need to install the HubKit software, you can download this from…

Installation and initial configuration of Linux (Ubuntu ARM64/Raspberry Pi) version

Installation and Setup » Installation and initial configuration of Linux (Ubuntu ARM64/Raspberry Pi) version

HubKit for Linux can be operated as a Gravio HubKit Node on a Raspberry Pi. Follow the instructions from the Linux ARM64 installation manual. Note, if you already have Gravio Studio, and just need to install the HubKit software, you can download this from…

Sound Play

Using Gravio Studio » Action Configuration View » Action Components » Sound Play

The Sound Play component allows you to play a specified mp3 file.   Output payload Description cv.Payload Outputs the output payload of the previous component as is. (Pass-through) Component Properties Property name…

Linux (Ubuntu AMD64) version

Upgrade Instructions for Gravio 5.0 from Gravio 4.x » Linux (Ubuntu AMD64) version

Upgrading HubKit Please follow the steps below to upgrade HubKit. If the upgrade is completed successfully, you will not need the data you backed up. 1. Log into Update Manager When the Update Manager is updated to the latest version with the automatic update…

Linux (Ubuntu ARM64/ Raspberry Pi) Version

Upgrade Instructions for Gravio 5.0 from Gravio 4.x » Linux (Ubuntu ARM64/ Raspberry Pi) Version

Upgrading HubKit Please follow the steps below to upgrade HubKit. If the upgrade is completed successfully, you will not need the data you backed up. 1. Log into Update Manager When the Update Manager is updated to the latest version with the automatic update…

Exec

Using Gravio Studio » Action Configuration View » Action Components » Exec

The RunScript component allows you to run OS standard scripts. If Gravio Server is running on Windows it can run batch files, Linux, Raspbian and macOS can run shell scripts. If it is not Windows, you need to give execute rights to the uploaded file. The uploaded file…

IVAR Camera and Image Recognition Setup

Using the Gravio AI Option » Testing the Gravio Gorilla Connection » IVAR Camera and Image Recognition Setup

Log in to IVAR using the admin account. 1. Register the ONVIF camera with IVAR After logging in, the channel screen will be displayed. Press the + button to register channel 1. The camera used is an ONVIF camera, so select ONVIF and press the Next…

Settings Tab

Using Gravio Studio » 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…

Zigbee Firmware Update

Appendix » Zigbee Firmware Update

dongle is shown below. Download the firmware from Here 1. When using a Mac Prepare a Mac with the Gravio HubKit4 installed. Plug the Zigbee dongle into the USB port of your Mac and launch the terminal. Insert the dongle with the Gravio logo on the top. In Terminal…

Setup HubKit 4.3 on Linux / Raspberry Pi

Installation and Setup » Past HubKit installation and upgrade procedures » Setup HubKit 4.3 on Linux / Raspberry Pi

Linux / RaspberryPI Installation of HubKit 4.3 and Coordinator 2.6 We have created a .deb package for the installation. This makes the installation of HubKit 4.3 very easy on Linux. Please note that if you use a Raspberry Pi, you must have a 64bit Raspberry Pi.…

macOS version

Upgrade Instructions for Gravio 5.0 from Gravio 4.x » macOS version

upgrade HubKit. Stop HubKit in the Gravio HubKit Menubar app that appears on the menubar Quit the Gravio HubKit Menubar app. Backup /Library/Application Support/HubKit. Move the Gravio HubKit4 in the Applications folder to Trash and empty the trash. Download…

Inference Models

Using Gravio Studio » Hub Configuration View » Device Tab » Inference Models

Gravio can infer camera images using TensorFlow , a Google system used for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Two types of TensorFlow files are available: TensorFlow and TensorFlowLite. There is a difference in the number of deep learning layers in…

Installing Ubuntu (AMD64) version

Installation and Setup » Installation and initial configuration of Linux (Ubuntu AMD64) version » Installing Ubuntu (AMD64) version

Download the installer for your operating system from https://www.gravio.com/en/download. Connect to Ubuntu 20.04 Server LTS using SSH. (Desktop and Core are not supported, use the Server version) Transfer the downloaded deb package (setup_-XXXX_amd64.deb for AMD64…

Installation of Ubuntu (ARM64) version

Installation and Setup » Installation and initial configuration of Linux (Ubuntu ARM64/Raspberry Pi) version » Installation of Ubuntu (ARM64) version

Download the installer for your operating system from https://www.gravio.com/en/download. Connect to Ubuntu 20.04 Server LTS using SSH. (Desktop and Core are not supported, use the Server version) Transfer the downloaded deb package (setup_-XXXX_arm64.deb for ARM64…

Gravo File Path Handling

Appendix » Gravo File Path Handling

Some component properties like FileWrite or SlackFilesUpload are making references to folders and file paths. On this page, we describe how files can be referenced in Gravio. The Default Folder All paths referenced on Gravio refer to the below paths on the respective…

GravioDistance

Using Gravio Studio » Action Configuration View » Action Components » GravioDistance

The Gravio Distance component allows you to retrieve distance measurements from the Gravio Laser Distance sensors. To use this component you must have paired the Gravio Laser Distance sensor beforehand. If the Device ID property is empty, the command will be sent to…

GravioMatrix

Using Gravio Studio » Action Configuration View » Action Components » GravioMatrix

The Gravio Matrix component allows you to set text or an image to a Gravio Matrix. To use this component, the Gravio Matrix must be paired beforehand. If the Device ID property is empty, the command will be sent to all connected Gravio Matrices.   Output…

Regular Expression Functions

Using Gravio Studio » Action Configuration View » Functions » Regular Expression Functions

The following functions are available. Function Name Arguments Description Example RegExpMatch RegExpMatch(re, s) Returns a Bool to see if the regular expressions re and s match RegexMatch(“G.*o”, “Gravio…

MQTT Publish

Using Gravio Studio » Action Configuration View » Action Components » MQTT Publish

The MQTT Publish Action Component allows you to publish messages to topics within an MQTT PubSub system. Output Payload Explanation cv.Payload Outputs the output payload of the previous component as is. (Pass through) Component…

GravioLight

Using Gravio Studio » Action Configuration View » Action Components » GravioLight

The Gravio Light Action Component is to control a Gravio Lights. For this component to work, you must have the Gravio Lights paired in advance. Output Payload Description cv.Payload Outputs the output payload of the previous component as…