Dashboard

Dashboard

The AirHub Dashboard serves as the landing page for users immediately after they log in. This dashboard offers an overview of all operations, assets, and flight statistics. The data on the dashboard is presented based on the workspace selected, which can be either personal or team-oriented.

Drone Operation Center

To access the AirHub dashboard, you can use the provided link: AirHub Dashboard.

An overview of the layout:

  1. Top-Left menu: This allows users to change the workspace. The dashboard will present data according to the selected workspace.
  2. Left-Main menu: This menu includes tabs for missions, library, team, incidents, maintenance, and live streaming.
  3. Left-Main menu includes all the tabs for missions, library, team, incidents, maintenance and live streaming.  
  4. Bottom-Left menu: Users can view notifications and adjust account settings here.
  5. On the main screen, you’ll find four blocks presenting different information:
    1. Live Operations: This block provides live streaming of drone flights.
    2. Incidents, where you can see high-level information regarding incidents of the flights saved in the log book
    3. Flight Statistics: This block displays flight statistics, including the number of flights for this workspace, average flight time, total flight time, and the number of team members.
    4. Maintenance: You can check for updates on the maintenance status of your assets.
    5. Recent Media: This section showcases the latest media uploaded in the library.
    6. Media Locations: Here, you can find information about the location of the uploaded media.
Ground Control IOS App

In the iOS application, the dashboard has a somewhat different layout with limited options for user changes. Here’s an overview:

  1. At the bottom of the screen, there are four tabs: “Flyzones,” “Missions,” “Library,” and “Workspace.”
  2. At the top of the screen, the current user location is displayed, and it can be changed directly from the map on the screen.
  3. Users can initiate mission planning by clicking the “Fly Here” button on the main screen.
  4. Just below the location information at the top of the screen, there is a warning field. This field lists any pre-saved warnings specific to the selected location.
Ground Control Android App

In the Android application, the dashboard closely resembles the iOS layout with a few modifications. Here’s an overview of the Android dashboard:

  1. At the bottom of the application, there are four tabs: “Flyzones,” “Missions,” “Library,” and “Accounts.” The notable difference is the presence of the “Accounts” tab instead of “Workspace” as seen in iOS. In Android, users can change the workspace from the “Library” tab.
  2. Similar to iOS, at the top of the screen, the current user location is displayed, and it can be changed directly from the map on the screen.
  3. Users can commence mission planning by clicking the “Fly Here” button on the main screen.
  4. Just below the location information at the top of the screen, there is a warning field. This field lists any pre-saved warnings specific to the selected location.