Include timestamps of asset state updates in the body of a Webhook and notifications
You can now include a timestamp of an asset state update in the body of a Webhook or notification, in your rule. This comes in handy in cases of devices which report their data with a slight delay, like many LPWAN devices do.
Example: Location tracker checks in every 30 minutes and reports all the location changes which happened in the meantime.
In order to be able to easily interpret the notifications or webhooks based on the changes of this device, adding the time dimension to the message helps greatly.
Add assets to your device easily
We’ve made adding of assets to device more intuitive, so you don’t have to spend time deciding whether it’s a sensor, actuator or virtual asset you need to create.
Connection between web app and messaging broker is much more stable now, so you can be rest assured that it shows the real-time data