When you have live or historical data uploaded to Qatium through the Ingest API, you’ll be able to see new icons and panels on your map.
Sensor icons will appear on your map either in blue or gray depending on the time and date you are visiting the platform, and the data available for each time step.
- Blue : if the received data matches the time step you are in
(E.g.: reading was taken at 4 pm and you visit the platform or navigate through the timeline around that hour)
- Gray : when there’s no data for the current time step but it is for a previous or a future one
(E.g.: reading was taken at 4 pm and you visit the platform or navigate through the timeline at 6 pm)
Hovering over or clicking on the asset with a sensor icon, you’ll see:
- The value of the sensor reading displayed next to the simulation value
- The date and time when the reading was taken
Qatium will display these values only when there are readings available at the current or past time. In the image below you’ll see an example for a reading value available only for 4 pm.
The model accuracy is a percentage indicator calculated every hour from the various deviation values of the model. The lower the deviation value, the more accurate the model.
The model deviation indicates the average difference between the sensor value and the model value assigned to the same asset. The smaller the model deviation, the closer the real data and the simulated values will be.
We calculate accuracy and deviation metrics only within the base model. In the scenario mode, Qatium won’t update the accuracy calculations nor display the deviations panel.
As soon as the platform receives your live data through the Ingest API, Qatium will analyze and process it to find relevant events like:
- Tank levels (unusually low)
- Junction pressures (unusually low)
- Pipe flows (unusually high)
You can configure warnings in your network by setting thresholds (minimum and maximum values) for your assets, and if the data received is below or above them we’ll let you know.
- The affected network will have a Warning badge
- There will be Warning icons on the calendar and the specific date
- The time affected in the timeline will be in orange and have a Warning icon
Tip from Q:
Learn how to add and edit thresholds to your assets in this article.
Once you access the network with issues, you’ll be able to see further details about the warnings:
- The affected asset will appear in orange
- The icon will be bigger
- With closer zoom, pipes with warnings will be also represented with an orange line
- You’ll see the warning’s cause when hovering over or clicking the asset
Any warning event with a duration of less than 1 hour is not considered to be relevant by default.