What daq.io does

and its core components.

daq.io device and data structure

Design of the daq.io data storage and machine monitoring solution.

Devices represent your physical real-world machines. They can transfer data on device channels and generate events, for instance "lid open".

Additionally, they can carry extra information in "Tags", such as

  • Location
  • Serial Number
  • Date of manufacturing

These tags can carry any kind of information.

Dashboards are customizable views of live data from the devices. They can access all device channels and information within the user's access scope.

The information can be displayed in

  • charts, graphs
  • dials, gauges
  • images, labels
  • etc.

User management is an important feature of daq.io. Administrators can define access rules for other users they can invite. Certain users are only allowed read-only or restricted access to data and dashboards.

Structure your users by

  • Organisations
  • Administrators
  • Regular users

Historical Data Viewer

In addition to the dashboards, you can view and analyze historical data of all the device's channels using the data viewer.

The data viewer is an interactive trend chart that displays detailed values. Switch views to display current data, as well as monthly and yearly rollups of the data.

Export the data as CSV or images of the chart.

Next: daq.io LabVIEW Toolkit

What's the easiest way to get my machine data online?

>> Learn about the LabVIEW toolkit >>

1. Sign up with daq.io

Go to dashboard.daq.io and sign up for your own free daq.io account.

2. Download and run the LabVIEW toolkit

Download our LabVIEW toolkit from the LabVIEW Tools Network. Run the example on your computer and start uploading your data.

3. You're good to go!

Create your own dashboards, invite users to your daq.io account. Deploy LabVIEW code on your machines and bring their data online.

How can I get started?

Go to dashboard.daq.io and get your free account.