The dashboard serves as a central entry point to the Security Manager user interface. It provides a visual overview of real-time insights and on-the-fly analytics by combining various widgets on a single page. The widgets represent predefined containers with your system's key performance indicators (KPI).

Basically, all users of Security Manager can view the data displayed by the widgets on the dashboard, but only users having access to the Monitoring module can investigate the widgets' data in detail.

UI Elements

The following user interface elements can be found on the dashboard:

UI Element

Description

The All sites drop-down list displays all sites you have created. To be able to filter by sites, you need to create them first. For more information on how to create sites, refer to: Creating Sites in the Engineering Guide. For more information on how to filter by sites, refer to: Working with the All Sites Drop-Down List.

The Tags drop-down list displays all tags you have created. To be able to filter by tags, you need to create them first. For more information on how to create tags, refer to: Creating Tags in the Engineering Guide. For more information on how to filter by tags, refer to: Working with the Tags Drop-Down List.

The arrow icon is displayed in the widgets' upper right corner. Click it, to navigate to the respective dashboard and investigate the widgets' data in detail.

Widgets

The following widgets are displayed on the dashboard:

  • Occupancy today: It displays the total number of unique accesses which were granted to cardholders and allows you to keep track of how many employees entered a site today.
  • Accesses denied: It displays the total number of all accesses which were denied by card readers today.
  • Door alarms: It displays door alarms which were triggered today, represented by the number of all door alarms and the number of Door forced and Door held door alarm types.
  • Devices currently offline: It displays the number of devices which are currently offline.
  • Charge level of batteries: It displays how many batteries have a low, medium, or high battery charge.
  • Most accesses denied: It displays the number of accesses that were most often denied by the card readers today. In addition, the trend for each specific card reader is displayed, allowing you to recognize whether the number of accesses denied has increased or decreased compared to the previous time period.
  • Most door alarms: It displays the number of door alarms that have been triggered today by a specific door. In addition, the number of Door forced and Door held door alarm types, as well as the trend for each specific door are displayed.
  • Incidents: It displays the percentage distribution of all classified incidents today.
  • Longest disconnection: It displays devices that have been disconnected from the subsystem and have now been offline for a longer period of time. In addition, the device's most recent activity and the amount of time it has been offline are displayed.