For programs that use Indoorway SDK to connect to our servers, an application has to be created in the dashboard. To do so, go to the Access page. If you have more than one location, you will be able to choose to which of them your app will have access.
A confined space on a location plan. Its default type is “Room”, but it can also be defined as:
This tool enables setting a polygon drawn on a circle. The polygon consists of 20 vertices.
To create it, you need to click, hold and drag the cursor on the plan.
An auxiliary file provided by the person creating a new location. A raster graphics of a building plan, which can be uploaded as JPG, PNG or GIF. It facilitates the process of applying geographical data in the Map Creator.
It is used to create points on a plan. A point is a single element which doesn’t have its own outline. A point can be, e.g. an ATM, an entrance or a vending machine.
Data connected to an object on a plan.
|Type||Room or Point||yes|
* Inaccessible areas do not require any name
** Some points have default icons
View layer in the map wizard. It is used to draw the outline of rooms on the map. This layer is displayed in applications.
A tool for setting paths. Paths can be created by adding a connected series of points, which constitute a polygonal chain. A path cannot end in the spot it has been started.
A single spot on a building plan. It has a default type Point, but it can also be defined as:
To set such an area use Marker.
A tool for setting areas. When creating an area, please remember to end the polygon in the spot it has been started. An area can be, for example, a room or a traffic route.
A tool for setting rectangular areas. To create such an area, you need to click, hold and drag the cursor on the plan.
Tokens are used to authenticate applications on Indoorway servers. They may authorize end-users without revealing your login and password. The token must be embedded in your application's code. Some applications may use a facilitated login token in the form of a QR code, which is also available in the dashboard.
This is a way to divide your users into groups. Groups can be created at your own discretion. They can include certain roles, so that you can give a dedicated color, for example, to members of security staff in your venue. The colors will be applied in real time view.
It is the person who has access to the analytical dashboard. You can assign appropriate permission levels to new users.