September 20, 2023
A new version of the OpSense Installation App is live in the App Store. This version includes a fix for tagging, support for modbus devices, updates to libraries and crash fixes. Help is now available directly in the app.
January 17, 2023
The latest release of OpSense includes an upgrade to the Event Summary Report so that users may now run one report for all locations.
The Events Detail screen now has an Activity Log that displays a date and time stamp for each status change, manual note added, corrective action added along with an explanation of the change. Status changes also include date and time stamped min and max values and any excursions.
December 21, 2022
The latest release of OpSense includes an updated enterprise Dashboard that provides more information about Critical and Warning Events making it possible to see many details about unresolved events including the Location, Device, Area, and when the event started. Users can search, sort, and hover to gain insights into the status of an event and the current environment.
September 28, 2022
The latest release of OpSense includes an enterprise dashboard upgrade. Detailed data about devices, events, and actions provide key insights in a single pane. Users can search, sort, and hover to gain information about the status of an event and the current environment.
August 23, 2022
The latest release of OpSense includes enhancements that improve visibility related to event notifications and gateway signal strength.
Notification History allows users to see who has received an alert about an event. The Events Detail screen lists all the users by SMS, email address, or phone number that received a notification about an event along with a timestamp of when the notification was sent and if there were any errors in delivery.
Gateway Telemetry allows users to view the signal strength of their gateway and see when the gateway was last updated.
May 3, 2022
The latest release of OpSense includes two enhancements that improve your account security. Single Sign On (SSO) and two-factor authentication (2FA) are now available in the OpSense platform.
SSO is an authentication method that makes it possible for users to access multiple applications or websites by using only one set of credentials and simplifies username and password management for your organization. If you are interested in this for your organization, contact us at Support@opsense.com.
2FA provides an additional level of security to protect your data. When 2FA is enabled, any login attempt will be prompted with a one-time password request window.
November 17, 2021
The latest release of OpSense includes an enterprise dashboard that provides a high-level view of the organization. In an instant, users see if things are okay or not okay. The Dashboard in the Monitoring section of the site, reveals the locations that need attention. The number of critical alerts is displayed in red followed by any infrastructure issues, also in red.
October 6, 2020
- Support for boolean metadata types
- Support for limited value metadata types
- Initial bulk import for setting up locations and devices for a location
- Bulk registration of LoRa devices
- Fixed areas where save indicator did not display
- Added ability to have multiple admin of admins with different access to enterprises
- Better support for location-based data types
September 1, 2020
- Added support for RAK 7249 outdoor gateways
- Added support for V-Mark Zigbee routers
- Added support for V-Mark GPS enabled gateways
August 19, 2020
Here’s what’s new
The latest release of OpSense includes features to make performing role changes easier, a new chart library to make reports better, a bunch of other enhancements that might make your eyes glaze over, and bug fixes.
- Simplified user roles with the ability to use common role templates. This
will streamline adding new locations
- Updated the charts found in detail views and reports with a new look and
- Better support for graphs that have missing data
- Loading indicator added when looking up checklists for checklist summary report
- The floorplan management screen is now available from the store list
screen for quicker access
- Autocomplete support for login information
- Ability to show/hide login password
- Dropped the requirement that usernames be email addresses, now they only
need to be unique
- Enable filtering on first name, last name, and email for users
- Role dropdowns searchable on user admin screen
- On the Device Comparison Report you will now see only options to choose
sensors that report numeric values – e.g. Temp is valid. Gateways and door
sensors are not valid choices.
- Repopulate status filter placeholder when navigating back to device listing
- Exclude archived actions for event configuration
- Fix issue with values in notifications being rounded to the nearest whole number
- Fix issue related to modifying devices that would cause the update to return an error message if the status was not modified when the user made a change to the device
- Adjustments to support issues found with checklists v1