What daq.io is

and how it works.

Connect your machine to the Internet of Things.

Key elements of online monitoring with daq.io.


Once you signed up for daq.io, you can create multiple dashboards under your user account.

The dashboard editor is a powerful, flexible tool that helps you design the interface you require. Typical visual indicators such as gauges, dials, meters, etc. are at your disposal. Add your own images and logos to create meaningful UIs. The daq.io dashboard editor is 100% pure HTML. That way, no plugins or specialty software is required to design or view your data online.

Any data source, e.g. a machine, can upload their current status data and historical measurement data to the daq.io database. Using a REST API and a secure connection, any modern programming language can utilize this communication channel. NI LabVIEWTM provides an easy way to do so, as we have built a specialized toolset for common tasks.

The daq.io database stores all uploaded data and provides access to all time series data via the same API that can be accessed from fully customizable dashboards. Use any web browser to access and manage the dashboards and view the machine data online - both live data and historical trends. Data can also be read back into LabVIEW or other analysis tools for further processing.

User Management

Easily manage your own user groups within your account. Assign rights to users, such as read-only access to certain devices or channels.

Design different dashboards for different user groups. For instance, administrators can view detailed internal machine data, while an investor's dashboard only displays yield information.

Next: daq.io data structure

How do I manage my devices and data in daq.io? What is the the data structure?

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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.