The setting module let your configure and customise the omaya platform to your organisation needs.

4.1 Web user

The web user module let you add additional administrator or operate to omaya platform. When you access the module, it will list existing administrator or operator exist in the system.

The column data are:
username – the username of the administrator or operator
Email – the email for the user
Company – the company account associated with the users
Created – the date the user is created
Last seen – the last the user login to omaya platform
Role – the role assign to the user
Act – delete or edit the users.

4.1.1 Add new user

To add new administrator or operator click on the + Add New User button.

Fill in the input box with the required data:
Username – the username given to the new user
Email – the email address for the new users
Password – the password for the new users
Company – the company id associated with the new user
Role – the role assign to the new user , for more information on role refer to role module.

4.2 Role 

All administrator or operator added to system are govern by the role and privileges assigned. You can fine-tune the role and privileges assigned to per user basis.

To add new role and privileges , please create a role first by click on the + Add New Role fill in the role name and its descriptions click Save to save the role , the newly created role is an empty container which does not have any privileges continue by click on the privileges tab and click on + Add new Privileges button. Select the privileges you allowed the role to have and click Save to save the privileges.

4.3 Venue 

The Venue module let you manage the entire venue you have with sensor installed within your company.

4.3.1 Add venue

Click on the + Add venue button to add venue. Fill in the venue name with the name of your venue, select the venue type
Mall – if this venue is part of a mall
Outlet – if this is outlet within a mall or shop
Zone – if this venue is a zone, which consist multi sensor.

4.4 Venue Device 

Venue devices are list of sensor that is compatible with omaya platform; this can be wireless access point or Wi-Fi sensor. The venue device listing will list the entire sensor associated with your company account. You have option to edit or delete the sensor associated with your company account.

Note: only superadmin can add and assign new sensor to company id. Refer to omaya 2: platform owner guide.

the listing will show the data as
Company – the company id associated with the sensor
Venue – the venue the sensor is installed in
Alias – the alias or name for the sensor
DevTag – the sensor serial no or tag no
Type – the sensor type it could be access point or cloud beacon.
Rssi min – the min RSSI set
Rssi max – the max RSSI set
Dwell – the dwell time setting to constitute a user as engaged
Map Axis – the placement of sensor on the map uploaded
Map – the map id of the map associated with the venue.

4.4.1 Edit venue device

The edit venue device screen let you re-assign the sensor to new venue or change the sensor alias, tag or type.
the signal strength slider is use to manipulate dbm of the device , example if -85 dbm to -25 dbm ( lower dbm is nearer to sensor ) , we ignore any device that is more than -85 dbm and user with dbm -25 and bellow are classified as visit type users.

The dwell slider is use to determine how long a user stayed in the venue constitute as engaged users. In a fast food industry we may set the dwell to be 3 minute as the user who stay more than 3 minutes and are nearby to sensor are already a client however in a museum venue we may set the dwell time to be higher as a longer dwell time constitute user interacting with the exhibit.

4.5 Venue Map

The venue map module let you upload, manage and sensor placement of sensor onto the map.

The column listing of the venue map
Venue name – the venue name assign to the map
Company – the company id assign to the map
Type – the type of venue
Level – the level for the map within venue
Address – the address of the venue.

4.5.1 Upload map

Click on the icon to upload your map you may drag and drop the map into the upload box or click  choose file  button to select the map, please put the scale of their the map scale example 2m:1px this is for rendering of the heat map as accurate as possible .Click  save to save the map.

4.5.2 AP placement

Click on the icon for placement of sensor into the map. Drag and drop the sensor and drop them on the approximate location within the map. In addition, click save button  to save.

4.6  Automatic filtering

Omaya have a built in filtering engine that can automatically filter other sensor or Wi-Fi equipment and distinguish between users and permanent devices such as Wi-Fi printer or Wi-Fi CCTV and others wireless enabled equipment.  You may enable auto filtering per venue or select “all venue”. Automatic filtering will compute the statistic without data of permanent device to provide an accurate analytics reports that is consist of actual user only.

4.7 API 

The API module let you integrate your omaya platform data with other third party software platform, click enable to enable the API and key in your secure API key or click generate to let omaya generate the API key for you.  The API key & company id is required by third party software to access the omaya API to collect data from omaya platform. Refer to omaya API document on using the API.