Using a reelyActive Showcase Kit
Learn how to configure a reelyActive Showcase Kit to locate personnel in real time, and over time.
Set up the Showcase Kit to collect and visualise ambient wireless data.
The three Owl-in-Ones included with a Showcase Kit ship configured to create a WiFi network among themselves, with one acting as access point (AP). Simply apply power to the Owl-in-Ones and the WiFi network will be established.
It is possible to use a single Owl-in-One for the demonstration. In this case, use the one labelled as Access Point.
The Pi included with a Showcase Kit ships configured to run Pareto Anywhere software, and to connect to the WiFi network of Owl-in-Ones. Simply apply power to the Pi and it will connect to the WiFi network, run the software and receive data from each of the Owl-in-Ones.
It is also possible to run Pareto Anywhere software on a laptop connected to the WiFi network (see references below).
The Pareto Anywhere software includes a variety of web applications, including Hello-Tracking! which visualises the real-time location of all devices in range. Browse to the hello-tracking web app based on your configuration:
In the next step the Bluetooth beacons will be configured so that they appear in the Hello-Tracking! web app.
Configure the Minew E8 beacons for personnel tracking.
Minew E8 tutorial.
The device should appear.
Filter for the beacon and associate it with a specific person.
Story Association tutorial.
Create and manipulate a personnel tracking dashboard in Kibana.
Hosted Elasticsearch and pi-suite tutorials.
Personnel tracking dashboard tutorial.
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