Usage

Usage

Pull reports of the robot’s usage for information pertaining to run times, coverage, distance, or assists. These can be filtered by location and user created labels.

Click the checkbox next to Location, Label, or both depending on how you’d like to see the robot’s information grouped. By default, the data is grouped by Location.

Selecting Specific Locations and Labels

You can select the location or label from which you’d like to pull data. By default, every location is listed.
 

  1. To change your Location and Label, click the drop-down and choose your new location(s) or label.
  2. If you are sorting by label, you can select any values that correspond to that label.
  3. All changes will update automatically in the table.

Note: Multiple locations and values can be selected from the drop-down. The number in parentheses to the right, i.e. Location (3), alerts the user to the number of locations they have selected.

Runtime, Coverage, Distance, and Assists

Users can view the runtime, coverage, distance and assist data. Click the box containing the category you’d like to see above the table. The data will automatically change in the table depending on what you click. Runtimes are displayed by default.

 

Runtime

  • Autonomous: Total time the robot spends in ‘autonomous’ state, running on its own. Does not include the time the robot spends waiting for assists.
  • Training: Total time in ‘training’ state, or the duration of time the robot spent being programmed by staff

 

Coverage

  • Autonomous: Total square footage of the area the robot covered, measured by the length of the run multiplied by the width of the footprint. This can fail if there’s poor signal strength and will take time to upload. Autonomous Coverage should be counted even for autonomous runs that are cancelled.
  • Training: Total square footage of the area covered by the robot while in ‘training’ mode, being guided by staff, measured by the length of the run multiplied by the width of the footprint. This can fail if there’s poor signal strength and will take time to upload. Training Coverage only counts toward the total if the training is completed fully.

Distance

  • Total distance traveled by the robot in feet.

Assists

  • Number of times the robot required staff intervention to continue running.

 

Navigating Reports

If you have more than ten robots, you can click through the page numbers at the bottom of the table to view all of the robots. Click the page number to go directly to a page, or the arrows to the left and right of the numbers to move between pages.

Download Report

To download your report, click the Download button on the right above the data table. This will download the report as a CSV file to your downloads folder. You will need a spreadsheet software to view the CSV file.