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See what’s new in Decipher (November, 2020)
IoT module enhancements – Tailings Storage Facility Cross Section View
- Dashboards Module – View your favourite dashboard and set as a default
- Analysis Plus Module – Run a Vegetation Community Analysis Job
- Rehabilitation Module enhancements – Resizing of the Rehabilitation chart in the map tray, Improvements to panning and scrolling, and Upload Spatial Files
- Monitoring Module enhancements – When the Monitoring Module is activated, all points and parameters are now displayed on the map, and when a program is selected, all points and parameters are automatically displayed on the map
- Projects Module enhancements – Edit your project and area details, filter data within the Projects Register, Project look-ups for System Administrators, and Detail Area details from the map tray
- “Remember Me” state for system administrators
Decipher Web app updates
1. IoT Module enhancements
Tailings Storage Facility Cross Section View
Our new cross section view allows IoT devices to have their data presented as a cross-sectional model of an asset, for example, a Tailings Storage Facility (TSF) dam wall. A model diagram can be configured for the structure that is being monitored in Decipher so that water levels can be shown in the context of the different components of the structure, and its phreatic surface. A dashboard view of the same model also allows time series data to be shown for each device along the section.> LEARN MORE ABOUT THE IOT MODULE
2. Dashboard Module
View your favourite dashboard and set as a default
We have now introduced a powerful Dashboards Module allowing you to view a snapshot of your valuable data in a single view. When you open Decipher, you have the option to choose dashboards as your default start up mode, or the map. System Administrators can also do this on your behalf. Plus, you can set a favourite dashboard, so each time you open the Module, your Dashboard is loaded.
3. Analysis Plus Module
Run a Vegetation Community Analysis Job
We have been busy developing a Vegetation Community Algorithm allowing you to select an Area to view the different types of Communities. Simply, choose the Area for analysis, enter the date the image was captured, and run the job. Team Members can then view the different types of communities on the map, whilst the accompanying map legend gives you the information you need to determine the type of Community.
The automatic detection of vegetation communities was developed with a hybrid deep learning based artificial intelligence algorithm. The algorithms was first trained with sample vegetation community data collected from field surveys. The training data was then processed through an advanced object detection process to obtain a model which enable us to detect different vegetation assemblage from aerial images.
View specific confidence levels of your Tree Counting results
To only see and count detected trees within a certain confidence rating band, adjust the slider from the map panel to display and view the results on the map. Additionally, the hover over on the map, gives you all the information you need to know about your job – the confidence percentage, algorithm type, and the image capture date.
Zoom in to the map as much as you desire
To enable you to view and verify the results of your Tree Counting or Vegetation Community outputs, we have removed all zoom in restrictions from the map, so now you can zoom in as much as you desire. We’ve also removed the zoom in restrictions in the MapFiles Module.
Visual Improvements dots (Trees) on the map
In the Analysis Plus Module, trees are represented as dots on the map. When adding more trees (dots) to the map, these dots begin much smaller and the border of the dot is thinner, allowing you to identify trees in very close proximity.
4. Monitoring Module
When the Monitoring Module is activated, all points and parameters are displayed on the map
Now when you open the Monitoring Module, all routine and active points and parameters for all Programs will be highlighted on the map so you can view all points at a given time.
When a Program is selected, automatically display all points and parameters on the map
Similarly, when you open the Monitoring Map Panel, all active, ad-hoc and routine points and parameters are displayed on the map.> LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MONITORING MODULE
5. Projects Module
Edit your Project and Area details
Editing your Project and Area details is now available in a modal window.
Filter data within the Projects Register
You can filter data within the Projects Register so you can find what you are searching for without having to export data.
Project look-ups for System Administrators
System Administrators can manage and configure new Project details (metadata) in a new tab called Project Lookup. This tab contains Project; Status, Category and Area Status and helps their team members find and filter projects and area details easily.
Detail Area details from the map tray
Team members can now edit Area details directly from the map tray, making it simpler to edit.
6. “Remember Me” state for System Administrators
Introducing a“Remember Me” state
We’ve introduced a “Remember Me” state on the Area Attributes Register, for System Administrators. This means, when you navigate away from the Register, we remember the page size, number and any applied filters, so you don’t have to reset these items.
- Learn more about Decipher’s Rehabilitation & Closure solution OR about Decipher’s Tailings solution
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