MeshCube v6.0.0 Events


gatewayStatusChanged

A gateway changed its status (online/offline)

Event raised when a Gateway changes its status.

Event Data specification

{
  "id": `string`,
  "online": `boolean`
}

Events fields description

id

Gateway unique identifier.

online

Boolean specifying whether the gateway is online or offline.

meshAnchorPositioningSettingsUpdated

Anchor positioning settings have been updated

This event is raised when the positioning settings of a Mesh Anchor are changed. The event sums up the new parameter values.

Event Data specification

{
  "id": `string`,
  "node_id": `string`,
  "positioning_enabled": `boolean`,
  "calibrated_rssi": `number`
  "rssi_offset":`number`,
  "n": `number`
}

Events fields description

id

Node unique identifier, composed by:

  • Node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • Node address
  • Network address

positioning_enabled

Field specifying whether the positioning is enabled for the anchor. In case it is false the anchor does not take part in position evaluation of the non router nodes.

calibrated_rssi

Value of the calibrated RSSI at 1 meter with respect to the anchor. Default value -50dBm.

rssi_offset

Adjustment of the Calibrated RSSI at 1 meter. Rssi_offset is summed up to the Calibrated RSSI.

n

Index that refers to the environmental conditions used in the log distance Path Loss formula used to convert RSSI in distance and vice-versa.

meshAnchorRemoved

An anchor has been removed from the system

Event raised when a router node, that was on a map as Anchor, has been removed from the map and is not considered anchor anymore.

Event Data specification

{
  "id": `string`
}

Events fields description

id

Anchor unique identifier, composed by:

  • Anchor prefix: Anchor_
  • The node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node
  • The node address
  • The network address

meshBeaconAnchorCreated

A Beacon anchor was created

Event raised when an anchor is configured to advertise beaconing packets, so that the anchor becomes also a beacon.

Event Data specification

{
  "from_cache": `boolean`,
  "wrapper_type": "MeshBeaconAnchor",
  "id": `string`,
  "node_id": `string`,
  "node_address": `number`,
  "node_network_id": `number`,
  "node_role": `string`,
  "beaconing": `string`,
  "advertising_interval": `number`,
  "advertising_tx_power": `number`,
  "last_update": `number`,
  "last_update_time": `number`,
  "battery": `number`,
  "status": `string`
}

Events fields description

from_cache

The node was loaded from the system cache and no update was received by the system from last restart.

A node can be from_cache only after a system reboot.

id

Unique identifier of the device, composed by:

  • Device prefix: Beacon_Anchor
  • The node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • The node address
  • The network address

node_id

The node unique identifier, composed by:

  • The node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • The node address
  • The network address

node_address

The node address

node_network_id

The node network identifier

node_role

Defines the role of the tag:

  • Sink node
  • Router node
  • Non router node

beaconing

Defines the beaconing type configured n the device. For the anchors, the possible beaconing types are:

  • iBeacon
  • Eddystone-UID

advertising_interval

Field reporting the configured advertising interval.

advertising_tx_power

Field reporting the configured advertising TX power.

battery

Field reporting the battery voltage of the anchor.

status

Field specifying the status of the node, that can be:

  • online
  • offline

meshBeaconRemoved

A Mesh Beacon was removed from the system

This event is raised when a Mesh Beacon is removed from the list of MeshBeacons detected by the system.

Event Data specification

{
  "type": `string`,
  "id": `string`
}

Events fields description

type

Field specifying the type of Mesh Beacon removed form the system. Possible values are:

  • Anchor
  • Tag

id

ID of the Mesh Beacon that has been remover from he list of Mesh Beacon detected by the system.

meshBeaconTagCreated

A Beacon Tag was created

Event raised when a Tag is configured to advertise beaconing packets, so that the tag becomes also a beacon.

{
  "from_cache": `boolean`,
  "wrapper_type": `string`,
  "id": `string`,
  "node_id": `string`,
  "node_address": `number`,
  "node_network_id": `number`,
  "node_role": `string`,
  "beaconing": `string`,
  "ibeacon_uuid": `string`,
  "ibeacon_major": `number`,
  "ibeacon_minor": `number`,
  "default_advertising_interval": `number`,
  "motion_advertising_interval": `number`,
  "alarm_advertising_interval": `number`,
  "sleep_advertising_interval": `number`,
  "advertising_tx_power": `number`,
  "last_update": `number`,
  "last_update_time": `number`,
  "battery": `number`,
  "status": `string`
}

Events fields description

from_cache

The node was loaded from the system cache and no update was received by the system from last restart.

A node can be from_cache only after a system reboot.

id

The beacon tag unique identifier, composed by:

  • Beacon prefix: Beacon_Tag
  • The node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • The node address
  • The network address

node_id

The beacon tag unique identifier, composed by:

  • The node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • The node address
  • The network address

node_address

The node address

node_network_id

The node network identifier

node_role

Defines the role of the tag:

  • Sink node
  • Router node
  • Non router node

beaconing

Reports the beaconing type configured on the tag. The possible beaconing types are:

  • iBeacon
  • Safety
  • Quuppa Emulation mode

default_advertising_interval

Field reporting the configured advertising interval in default state.

motion_advertising_interval

Field reporting the configured advertising interval in motion state.

alarm_advertising_interval

Field reporting the configured advertising interval in alarm state.

sleep_advertising_interval

Field reporting the configured advertising interval in sleep state.

advertising_tx_power

Field reporting the configured advertising TX power.

battery

Field reporting the battery voltage of the anchor.

status

Field specifying the status of the node, that can be:

  • online
  • offline

meshConfigurationChanged

Mesh configuration has changed

meshNodeBatteryLevelChanged

Node battery level has changed

This event is raised when the battery voltage (in millivolts) of a device changes.

Event Data specification

{
  "id": `string`,
  "previous_battery_voltage": `number`,
  "battery_voltage": `number`,
  "battery_status": `string`
}

Events fields description

id

Node unique identifier, composed by:

  • Node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • Node address
  • Network address

previous_battery_voltage

Field specifying the previous battery voltage of the device, if known.

battery_voltage

Field specifying the new/current battery voltage of the device.

battery_status

Field specifying the current battery status of the device.
Battery status can be:

  • Full if the battery voltage ≥ 2900 mV
  • Half if the battery voltage ≥ 2800 mV
  • Low if the battery voltage ≥ 2700 mV
  • Very Low if the battery voltage < 2700 mV

When the battery status is “very Low” the system raises the event meshNodeBatteryVeryLow.

meshNodeBatteryVeryLow

Node battery level is critical and must be changed as soon as possible

Event raised when the battery of a device goes under 2700 mV. This event is repeated once per hour to notify the Low Battery status of the device.

Event Data specification

{
 "id": `string`,
 "battery_voltage": `number`
}

Events fields description

id

Node unique identifier, composed by:

  • Node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • Node address
  • Network address

battery_voltage

Battery voltage current value.

meshNodeCreated

A node was created

This event occurs when a node is created by the system.

Event Data specification

{
  "from_cache": `boolean`,
  "id": `string`,
  "address": `number`,
  "network_id": `number`,
  "alias": `string`,
  "device": `object`,
  "role": `string`,
  "low_latency": `boolean`,
  "autorole": `boolean`,
  "boot_count": `number`,
  "stack_version": `string`,
  "app_version": `string`,
  "scratchpad_stored_sequence": `number`,
  "scratchpad_processed_sequence": `number`,
  "is_otap_enabled": `boolean`,
  "has_configuration": `boolean`,
  "configuration_status": `string`,
  "last_update": `number`,
  "last_update_time": `number`,
  "last_update_elapsed": `object`,
  "status": `string`  
}

Events fields description

from_cache

The node was loaded from the system cache and no update was received by the system from last restart.

A node can be from_cache only after a system reboot.

id

The node unique identifier, composed by:

  • The node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • The node address
  • The network address

address

The node address

network_id

The node network identifier

alias

Alias assigned to the node.

The system does not check whether this value is not unique across the same network.

device

Object containing the description of the node, composed by:

  • model: model number
  • name: model name
  • serial: serial number

role

Defines the role of the tag:

  • Sink node
  • Router node
  • Non router node

is_otap_enabled

Field with boolean response specifying whether Over-The-Air firmware update of the device is enabled.

has_configuration

Field with boolean response specifying whether the tag has a configuration set.

configuration_status

Field specifying is the configuration set on the network matches the one that is present on the device.

status

Field specifying the status of the node, that can be:

  • online
  • offline

meshNodeGPIOChanged

Node GPIO pin has changed

meshNodeRemoved

A node was removed from the system

This event is raised when a Mesh Node is removed from the system.

Event Data specification

{
  "from_cache": `boolean`,
  "id": `string`,
  "address": `number`,
  "network_id": `number`,
  "device": {
    "model": `number`,
    "name": `string`,
    "serial": `number`
  },
  "version": `string`,
  "node_class": `string`,
  "operation_mode": `string`,
  "alarm": `string`,
  "state": `string`,
  "state_time": `number`,
  "role": `string`,
  "low_latency": `boolean`,
  "autorole": `boolean`,
  "max_buffer_usage": `number`,
  "avg_buffer_usage": `number`,
  "routers_in_neighborhood": `number`,
  "scans": `number`,
  "battery": `number`,
  "nodes": `object`,
  "routing": `object`,
  "boot_count": `number`,
  "stack_version": `string`,
  "app_version": `string`,
  "scratchpad_stored_sequence": `number`,
  "scratchpad_processed_sequence": `number`,
  "is_otap_enabled": `boolean`,
  "has_configuration": `boolean`,
  "configuration_status": `string`,
  "last_update": `number`,
  "last_update_time": `number`,
  "last_update_elapsed": `object`,
  "status": `string`
}

Events fields description

from_cache

The node was loaded from the system cache and no update was received by the system from last restart.

A node can be from_cache only after a system reboot.

id

Node unique identifier, composed by:

  • Node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • Node address
  • Network address

address

The node address

network_id

The node network identifier

device

Object containing the description of the node, composed by:

  • model: model number
  • name: model name
  • serial: serial number

node_class

Field specifying the class of the node:

  • F9: default Anchor class
  • FA: default Asset Tag class
  • FB: default Personal Tag class

operation_mode

Field defining the operational mode of the tag. The possible modes are:

  • For Tags:

    • NRLS mode: the tag is in sleep mode between consecutive updates of the tag
    • Autoscan mode: the tag is continuously connected to the network
  • For Anchors:

    • Opportunistic mode: the anchor is continuously connected to the network

alarm

Field specifying the type of alarm active on the device.

state

Field specifying the state of the tag. The possible states are:

  • sleep
  • default
  • motion
  • alarm

For full description of Mesh Tags states refer to the manual relative to Wirepas Firmware v.3.x on the support center.

role

Role of the node, that can be:

  • Sink
  • Router node
  • Non Router node

nodes

Object containing the number and the list of nodes that detect the device that generated the event. For each node is specified:

  • node_role: sink or router node
  • id: id of the node
  • network_id
  • address
  • rssi: measured rssi between the node and the device

routing

Object containing information about the routing of the signal from the device to the sink.

is_otap_enabled

Field with boolean response specifying whether Over-The-Air firmware update of the device is enabled.

has_configuration

Field with boolean response specifying whether the tag has a configuration set.

configuration_status

Field specifying is the configuration set on the network matches the one that is present on the device.

status

Field specifying the status of the node, that can be:

  • online
  • offline

meshNodeStatusChanged

Node changed its status

This event is raised when the status of a Mesh Node changes, specifying the previous and the current state of the Node.

Event Data specification

{
   "id": `string`,
   "previous_status": `string`,
   "current_status": `string`,
}

Events fields description

id

Node unique identifier, composed by:

  • Node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • Node address
  • Network address

previous_status

Field specifying the previous status of the node. The statuses are:

  • none
  • online
  • offline

current_status

Field specifying the current status of the node. The statuses are:

  • none
  • online
  • offline

meshNonRouterNodesDetectionUpdate

A node performed a neighbor scan

This event is raised when there is an update of the router nodes that detect the Tag, with respect to the last update.

Event Data specification

{
  "from_cache": `boolean`,
  "id": `string`,
  "address": `number`,
  "network_id": `number`,
  "device": {
    "model": `number`,
    "name": `string`,
    "serial": `number`
  },
  "version": `string`,
  "node_class": `string`,
  "operation_mode": `string`,
  "alarm": `string`,
  "state": `string`,
  "state_time": `number`,
  "role": `string`,
  "low_latency": `boolean`,
  "autorole": `boolean`,
  "max_buffer_usage": `number`,
  "avg_buffer_usage":`number`,
  "routers_in_neighborhood": `number`,
  "scans": `number`,
  "battery": `number`,
  "nodes": {
    "timestamp": `number`,
    "travel_time": `number`,
    "count": `number`,
    "items": [
      {
        "role": `string`,
        "id": `string`,
        "network_id": `number`,
        "address": `number`,
        "rssi": `number`
      }
    ]
  },
  "routing": `object`,
  "has_configuration": `boolean`,
  "configuration_status": `string`,
  "last_update": `number`,
  "last_update_time": `number`,
  "last_update_elapsed": {},
  "status": `string`
}

Events fields description

from_cache

The node was loaded from the system cache and no update was received by the system from last restart.

A node can be from_cache only after a system reboot.

id

Node unique identifier, composed by:

  • Node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • Node address
  • Network address

address

The node address

network_id

The node network identifier

device

Object containing the description of the node, composed by:

  • model: model number
  • name: model name
  • serial: serial number

node_class

Field specifying the class of the node:

  • F9: default Anchor class
  • FA: default Asset Tag class
  • FB: default Personal Tag class

operation_mode

Field defining the operational mode of the tag. The possible modes are:

  • For Tags:

    • NRLS mode: the tag is in sleep mode between consecutive updates of the tag
    • Autoscan mode: the tag is continuously connected to the network
  • For Anchors:

    • Opportunistic mode: the anchor is continuously connected to the network

alarm

Field specifying the type of alarm active on the device.

state

Field specifying the state of the tag. The possible states are:

  • sleep
  • default
  • motion
  • alarm

role

Defines the role of the tag:

  • Sink node
  • Router node
  • Non router node

nodes

Object containing the number and the list of nodes that detect the device that generated the event. For each node is specified:

  • node_role: sink or router node
  • id: id of the node
  • network_id
  • address
  • rssi: measured rssi between the node and the device

routing

Object containing information about the routing of the signal from the device to the sink.

has_configuration

Field with boolean response specifying whether the tag has a configuration set.

configuration_status

Field specifying is the configuration set on the network matches the one that is present on the device.

status

Field specifying the status of the node, that can be:

  • online
  • offline

meshSensorDataUpdated

Sensor measurements have been updated

This event is raised when a Mesh Sensor updates its telemetry values. It contains data of the possible supported sensors, that can be Temperature, Humidity, Pressure and CO2 with relative values.

Event Data specification

{
  "id": `string`,
  "address": `number`,
  "network_id": `number`,
  "alias": `string`,
  "temperature": {
    "unit": `string`,
    "value": `number`
  },
  "humidity": `number`,
  "pressure": `number`,
  "co2": {
    "ppm": `number`,
    "classification": `string`
  },
  "battery": `number`
}

Events fields description

id

Sensor unique identifier, composed by:

  • Sensor prefix: Sensor_
  • The node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • The node address
  • The network address

address

The node address

network_id

The node network identifier

alias

Alias assigned to the node.

The system does not check whether this value is not unique across the same network.

temperature

Object reporting temperature measurement, if available. In the object are specified the measurement unit and the value.

humidity

Object reporting humidity measurement, if available.

pressure

Object reporting pressure measurement, if available.

co2

Object reporting pressure measurement, if available. In the object are specified the measurement value in parts-per-million ppm, and the air quality classification:

  • Excellent if CO2 < 700 ppm
  • Good if CO2 > 700ppm
  • Medium if CO2 > 1000ppm
  • Bad if CO2 > 1600ppm

meshSensorRemoved

A sensor was removed from the system

Event raised when a Sensor is removed from the list of MeshSensors detected by the system.

Event Data specification

{
  "id": `string`
}

Events fields description

id

Sensor unique identifier.

meshSensorTelemetry

A sensor updated its measurements

This event is raised when a Mesh Sensor updates its telemetry values.

Event Data specification

{
  "id": `string`,
  "address": `number`,
  "network_id": `number`,
  "alias": `string`,
  "data": [
    {
      "type": `string`,
      "unit": `string`,
      "value":`number`
    },

    {
      "type": "co2",
      "unit": "classification",
      "value": `string`
    }
  ],
  "battery": `number`
}

Events fields description

id

Sensor unique identifier, composed by:

  • Sensor prefix
  • The node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node
  • The node address
  • The network address

address

The node address

network_id

The node network identifier

alias

Alias assigned to the node.

The system does not check whether this value is not unique across the same network.

data

For each possible sensor mounted on the device (Temperature, humidity, pressure, CO2,..) telemetry is expressed as:

  • type: type of the sensor measurement, e.g., humidity
  • unit: measurement unit
  • value: measured value

classification

In case of the CO2 sensor, also a classification of the air quality is provided, based on the CO2 value. Possible air quality levels are:

  • Excellent if CO2 < 700 ppm
  • Good if CO2 > 700ppm
  • Medium if CO2 > 1000ppm
  • Bad if CO2 > 1600ppm

meshTagAlarmOff

Tag Alarm switched to off

This event is raised when a Tag switches from Alarm state to Default state, after the alarm trigger is over.

{
  "id": `string`,
  "travel_time": `number`
}

Events fields description

id

Unique identifier of the node, composed by:

  • Node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • Node address
  • Network address

travel_time

Time it took to the packet to travel from the tag to the sink.

meshTagAlarmTriggered

Tag alarm was triggered

This event is raised when an alarm is triggered on a Mesh Tag.

Event Data specification

{
  "id": `string`,
  "travel_time": `number`,
  "alarm": `string`
}

Events fields description

id

Node unique identifier, composed by:

  • Node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • Node address
  • Network address

travel_time

Time it took to the packet to travel from the tag to the sink.

alarm

Field specifying the alarm type occurred on the device. The possible alarm triggers are:

  • Button pressed (single short press, single long press, double press)
  • Horizontal position detection (if configured)
  • Free-fall detection (if configured)
  • Shock detection (if configured)
  • Man-Down detection (if configured)

meshTagOperationModeChanged

A tag changed its operation mode

This event is raised when a Tag changes its operation mode.

Event Data specification

{
  "id": `string`,
  "travel_time": `number`,
  "operation_mode": `string`
}

Events fields description

id

Node unique identifier, composed by:

  • Node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • Node address
  • Network address

travel_time

Time it took to the packet to travel from the tag to the sink.

operation_mode

Current operation mode of the tag. Possible values are:

  • NRLS Tag
    the tag is in sleep mode between two measurement updates and wakes-up at periodic configurable intervals to perform a network scan, send the collected measurements, receive application configuration and switch back to sleep mode.

    Note: Tags operating with this mode are not connected to the mesh network and cannot receive commands.

  • Autoscan Tag
    In the autoscan mode the connectivity to the WM is maintained as long as possible throughout the lifetime of the tag. Since the tag is continuously connected, it is possible to send and receive data messages at any moment.

meshTagRemoved

A tag was removed from the system

This event is raised when a Mesh Tag is removed from the list of the Mesh Tags detected by the system.

Event Data specification

{
  "id": `string`
}

id

Unique tag identifier.

meshTagStateChanged

A tag status has changed

This event is raised when a MeshIPS Tag changes its state.

Event Data specification

{
  "id": `string`,
  "travel_time": `number`,
  "current_state": `string`,
  "previous_state":`string`,
}

Events fields description

id

Unique tag identifier.

travel_time

Time it took to the packet to travel from the tag to the sink.

current_state

Field specifying the current state of the tag. The possible states are:

  • Default
    startup and default operating state of the tag, with a configurable positioning interval.
  • Motion
    state triggered after motion detection by the accelerometer.
  • Alarm
    state triggered by detection of an alarm condition (Button pressed, Horizontal position detection, Free-fall detection, Shock detection, Man-Down detection)
  • Sleep
    state mainly used for tag storage or for tracking tags with extremely long periods of absence of motion.

previous_state

Field specifying the previous state of the tag. The possible states are:

  • Default
  • Motion
  • Alarm
  • Sleep

tagPositionChanged

A tag changed its position on the system maps

Event raised when a tag changes its position on the map.

Event Data specification

{
  "from_cache": `boolean`,
  "wrapper_type": `string`,
  "id": `string`,
  "alias": `string`,
  "node_id": `string`,
  "node_address": `number`,
  "node_network_id": `number`,
  "node_role": `string`,
  "version": `string`,
  "node_class": `string`,
  "operation_mode": `string`,
  "alarm": `string`,
  "state": `string`,
  "state_time": `number`,
  "anchors": `number`,
  "anchor": [
    {
      "id": `string`,
      "address": `number`,
      "last_update": `number`,
      "rssi": -`number`,
      "detection_radius": `number`,
      "position": `object`
    }
  ],
  "positioning_log_enabled": `boolean`,
  "positioning_mode": `string`,
  "location": {
    "updated_on": `number`,
    "travel_time": `number`,
    "map": `number`,
    "map_description": `string`,
    "position": `object`
    "zone": `object`
    "accuracy": `number`,
    "anchors": [
      {
        "id": `string`,
        "address": `number`,
        "last_update": `number`,
        "rssi": `number`,
        "detection_radius": `number`,
        "position": `object`
      }
    ]
  },
  "last_update": `number`,
  "last_update_time": `number`,
  "battery": `number`,
  "status": `string`
}

Events fields description

from_cache

The node was loaded from the system cache and no update was received by the system from last restart.

A node can be from_cache only after a system reboot.

id

Tag unique identifier, composed by:

  • Tag prefix
  • The node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node
  • The node address
  • The network address

alias

Alias assigned to the node.

The system does not check whether this value is not unique across the same network.

node_id

The node unique identifier, composed by:

  • The node type prefix: S Sink, R Router node, N Non Router node.
  • The node address
  • The network address

node_address

The node address

node_network_id

The node network identifier

node_role

Defines the role of the tag:

  • Sink node
  • Router node
  • Non router node

node_class

Field specifying the class of the node:

  • F9 default Anchor class
  • FA default Asset Tag class
  • FB default Personal Tag class
  • FC
  • FD
  • FE
  • FF

operation_mode

  • NRLS Tag
    the tag is in sleep mode between two measurement updates and wakes-up at periodic configurable intervals to perform a network scan, send the collected measurements, receive application configuration and switch back to sleep mode.

    Note: Tags operating with this mode are not connected to the mesh network and cannot receive commands.

  • Autoscan Tag
    In the autoscan mode the connectivity to the WM is maintained as long as possible throughout the lifetime of the tag. Since the tag is continuously connected, it is possible to send and receive data messages at any moment.

alarm

Field specifying the type of alarm active on the device.

state

Field specifying the previous state of the tag. The possible states are:

  • Default
  • Motion
  • Alarm
  • Sleep

anchors

Object containing the list and the properties of all the anchors that detect the tags.

rssi

Relative measured RSSI between the tag and the anchor.

detection_radius

Estimated distance between the tag ancabdhe the anchor, based on the RSSI value.

positioning_log_enabled

Specifies if the logging of the positioning of the tag is enabled.

positioning_mode

Specifies the positioning mode configured, that can be:

  • trilateration
  • zone-based

location

Object summarizing important information about the location of the tag.

status

Field specifying the status of the node, that can be:

  • online
  • offline

tagPositionLost

A tag lost its position on the system maps

Event raised when the system is not able to calculate the position of a tag.

Event Data specification

{
  "id": `string`
}

Events fields description

id

Tag unique identifier, composed by:

  • The TAG_ prefix
  • The node role (N)
  • The node address
  • The network address

meshNodeStateChanged

Node state has changed

This event is raised when a Node Tag changed its state.

Event Data specification

{
  "id": `string`,
  "travel_time": `number`,
  "current_state": `string`,
  "previous_state":`string`,
}

Events fields description

id

Unique tag identifier.

travel_time

Time it took to the packet to travel from the tag to the sink.

current_state

Field specifying the current state of the tag. The possible states are:

  • Default
    startup and default operating state of the tag, with a configurable positioning interval.
  • Motion
    state triggered after motion detection by the accelerometer.
  • Alarm
    state triggered by detection of an alarm condition (Button pressed, Horizontal position detection, Free-fall detection, Shock detection, Man-Down detection)
  • Sleep
    state mainly used for tag storage or for tracking tags with extremely long periods of absence of motion.

previous_state

Field specifying the previous state of the tag. The possible states are:

  • Default
  • Motion
  • Alarm
  • Sleep