How to create a good Dashboard depending on its objective

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In this article, we will recommend you how to create a good dashboard depending on its finality. It includes:

  1. How to create a good "Maintenance Staff" Dashboard
  2. How to create a good "Finance Director" Dashboard
  3. How to create a good "Energy Manager" Dashboard

 

 

1. How to create a good "Maintenance Staff" Dashboard

In most projects "Maintenance Staff" role takes care of:

- Energy Consumption
- Short-term

Therefore, they need a very powerful real-time dashboard combining power, energy curves and environment data in order to check if the installation performance is right.  

Below you will find a possible dashboard for a Maintenace Staff role. As you can see, there is a power widget for each submetering system, external temperature current value, last 7 days external temperature average, humidity, last 7 days hour-by-hour demand load and last 28 days energy consumption by sector.



Here you can find an article explaining how to configure widgets.

 

 


 

2. How to create a good "Finance Director" Dashboard

In most projects "Finance Director" or any "Finance" role takes care of:
- Money expended
- Mid-long term

Therefore, they need a very powerful economical dashboard combining cost figures with cost charts. 

Below you will find a possible dashboard for a Finance Director role. As you can see, there is a cost and a cost-bar widget for the last 7 days, last week, last 28 days and last 12 months.

On the cost widgets, you can see differences compared to the previous period, so Finance Director can be aware of project savings. 


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Here you can find an article explaining how to configure widgets.

 

 

 

3. How to create a good "Energy Manager" Dashboard

 

In most projects Energy Manager role takes care of:
- Energy Consumption and money expended
- Mid-long term

Therefore, he needs a very powerful dashboard combining Energy consumption and cost for one-week to last 12 months period.

Below you will find a possible dashboard for an Energy Manager role. 

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Here you can find an article explaining how to configure widgets.

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