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Working with Mobile App

Using the App:

  • Once logged in, you’ll see the main vuSmartMaps app screen.
  • You can configure Storyboards in the web console.
  • For Mobile Dashboard Configuration, add Dashboards in the web version (Refer to Mobile Dashboard Configurations).

There are 3 main sections in the vuSmartMaps Mobile app:

  • Storyboards
  • Alerts
  • Profile


Storyboards/Dashboards can only be created and configured in the web app, the Mobile app will only be able to visualize it.

💡Note: Mobile dashboards are configured differently, not like web dashboards.

Refer to this document for more details

Once you have created the Mobile Dashboards, your app’s homepage will resemble the screenshot below, displaying the main Storyboard.

After creating your dashboards, it’s important to set up permissions for specific users or user roles to access mobile dashboards.

You can see all the details of the Storyboards here.

You can browse through the Storyboards to get more Insights.

When you click on KPI or any other visualization, it will expand to show a more detailed view.

Time Selector

The vuSmartMaps mobile application retrieves dashboard data and alerts within a specified time range, which can be selected using the time selector. The time selector is displayed at the bottom of each dashboard screen and on the alerts screen.

When you click on the bar, a pop-up will appear displaying a list of time ranges.

After selecting and applying a time range, the Dashboard and alert screens will retrieve data within the specified time range.


The Alerts section serves as a centralized hub for displaying alerts and notifications about critical information. When something really important happens, like a value going beyond its normal value, it will show up in red. This enables users to readily identify areas requiring immediate attention and take appropriate actions accordingly.

This is how the Alert section in the vuSmartMaps Mobile App will look like.

You can click on any of the alerts to see the related details.

All generated alerts within the specified time range are listed here.


In the vuSmartMaps Mobile App, the Profile section allows you to access your profile details.

You can also click on the Logout button to log out of the app.

Log Level

In the Profile section, under the Debug Settings, there is an option called Log Level where you can set the levels for the mobile application logs to be stored in the file. You can turn it off as well. By default the log level is set as CONFIG

These logs are used for debugging the issues in the mobile application, In case you are facing any problems in the app, You will be requested to share this log file with us.

You can select the log level out of the below choices based on your requirements.

It offers the following choices:

  • ALL
  • INFO
  • OFF

Key Takeaways

  1. Data Analysis on the Go: Access the VuNet platform’s data analytics and visualization on your mobile device, including vuMetric, insights, tables, and trend charts, with real-time alerts.
  2. Real-time Monitoring: Quickly monitor your environments in real-time, enabling effective on-the-move management and better business results.
  3. Easy Access: Download the app from Google Play or the Apple App Store, and log in with your vuSmartMaps server address, username, and password.
  4. Main Sections: The app comprises three main sections: Storyboards for mobile dashboards, Alerts for critical notifications, and Profile for user details and logout.
  5. Alert Configuration: Configure alert settings on the main vuSmartMaps web application, and receive important notifications on your mobile device.
  6. Log Level Control: Adjust the log level (e.g., ALL, CONFIG, INFO) to control the level of detail stored in the log file, allowing for tailored logging preferences.


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