Dashboard

Upload collected content and review rewards

The dashboard is where a contributor uploads content collected from their smartphone, drone, and dashcam for processing by the map engine - Titan. Once the content is transformed and added to the global map, contributors will be able to review rewards for each contribution they made.

Uploader

All contributed content is uploaded via the Dashboard, some of it is automatically uploaded and other requires the contributor to upload it just as they would upload any file to Google Drive or Dropbox

Sensor

Content

How content is uploaded

Smartphone

Location telemetry

Automatically

Dashcam

Video + location telemetry

Uploader*

Drone

Imagery

Uploader

Dashboard features

1. Collect type

  • Uploaded drone imagery

  • Uploaded dascham video

  • App location telemetry (daily summary only)

2. Tiles Mapped

  • If uploaded content successfully provided map coverage the Tile Attribution determines how many tiles were mapped.

  • In the screenshot above this short dashcam video mapped 60 ground tiles, and based on that you can calculate rewards.

3. Collection Details

  • Includes video length, image resolution, distance or area mapped, and many other useful details about the collection.

Dashboard visibility

All dashboards are anonymous and public. You can view a dashboard for all contributions, you can view your own, or view the dashboard of another contributor.

Dashboard

How to access

All Contributions

https://hivemapper.com/dashboard/all

Your Contributions

https://hivemapper.com/dashboard/me (must be logged in)

Any user's contributions

https://sandbox.hivemapper.com/dashboard/sensible-celeste-window

Privacy

To protect the anonymity and privacy of contributors, certain information is hidden from the Dashboard.

  • Location - you will not see any location information in the Dashboard

  • Original content - you will not see the original video, drone imagery, or GPS traces

  • Original content filenames - this can accidentally leak private information