1 Dashboard
The user will open the webpage for AeroGCS KEA Enterprise from the website: https://services.aeromegh.com/

1. Login Process

From the options available select the AeroGCS KEA Enterprise. The new page will get popped up for login credentials as shown in the image below:
Log in for AeroGCS Enterprise

2. Dashboard

Enter the valid email address and password to login into AeroGCS KEA Enterprise. After successful login, the dashboard or landing page of AeroGCS KEA Enterprise will open as shown below:
Dashboard Page View
The dashboard of AeroGCS KEA Enterprise contains various options and controls for the user. It gives information about the total number of flights completed with the total area covered in acres and the total distance covered in kilometers and the number of pilots involved in these flights from the options as shown in the image below:
Details of Flights
The user can see the details of flights by clicking on "Flights" option from the above image. The details displayed will be as shown in the image below:
Total Flights Details
Here, details of flights include the start and end time, the drone used for the flight, and the name of the project and plan used for the flight. The user can select the flights within some specific duration by selecting "From" and "To" date from the given options.
The user can search flights by entering the "Drone id" in the search option. All the flights related to that particular "Drone Id" will be displayed. This feature is excellent for remotely monitoring flights at any time and from any location.
The area covered by the flights will be displayed in acres by clicking on the icon as shown:
The total distance covered by the drone will be displayed by clicking on the icon as shown:
Pilot-wise flight details will be displayed by selecting the
icon available on the screen. After clicking on pilots options the details displayed as shown in the image below:
Pilot-wise Flight Details

2.2 Weekly Flights

The user can see the weekly flights by the drones with the "Weekly Flights" option from the dashboard as shown:
Weekly Flights
To have the flight statistics just click on the "View All" option available on the "Weekly Flights" option on the dashboard. The user can select the duration by selecting the "From" and "To" dates. The user may have the weekly, monthly, and yearly flight statistics from this menu as shown in the image below:
Flight Statistics
Flight Logs will be displayed with details such as start and end time, Name of Project and Plan, Drone used for that flight, area and distance covered by the specific drone as shown in the image below:
Flight Logs
For better understanding and overall view as well as, insights of daily flights and business generated through them is needed to know in order to improve the overall efficiency of the organization for generating more revenue at the same cost. Multiple projects and Multiple flights can be monitored from anywhere and live updates would be received for the same. Each detailed flight report can be extracted and studied by taking more informed decisions and examining areas of improvement.

2.3 Drone Performance

Drone Performance
Performance of a drone can be checked by selecting the "View all" option from the "Drone Performance" option on the dashboard. Here, the user will have information like how many drones are involved in the total number of flights. The number of hours completed by every drone are also calculated and displayed.
Drone Performance

2.4 Flight Logs

Plan-wise flight logs are displayed by clicking on "View All" option as shown in image below:
Flight Logs from Dashboard

2.5 Flight Logs from Dashboard

Details of flights such as start and end time, the drone used, and name of project and plan are displayed. The user can change the duration by selecting "From" and "To" dates. The information related to all the flights during the said period will be displayed as shown below:
Flight Logs with Details
Details of flights such as start and end time, the drone used, and name of project and plan are displayed. The user can change the duration by selecting "From" and "To" dates. The information related to all the flights during the said period will be displayed as shown below:

2.6 Recent Plans

The list of plans recently used will be displayed on the dashboard in the "Recent Plans" option as shown:
Recent Plans
After clicking on "View all" option, the recently used projects along with plans will be displayed.
Recent projects
The above image shows the details of projects and plans which are recently used for flights. The user can select any one project from the list and then select the plan from that project. Now the user is ready to view the drone flying on the map. Details of this are discussed in the Projects section of the same user manual.

2.7 Flights on Map

The flight on the actual can be viewed with this option. The user can zoom in and zoom out the map area.
Flights on a Map
When the blue point is selected from the map, the user can see the number of active drones on that area as shown in the image below:
Flights on Map
Now, if anyone blue point is selected, the user will get the detailed report of the flight as shown in the image below:
Flight Details
The report gives the average altitude, and average speed along with other details such as project and plan name, etc. It also gives graphical data for analysis purposes. It also shows the path followed by the drone. The in-flight logs are also available here.
AeroGCS KEA Enterprise allows us to replay the flight from this menu. View details option is also provided to read the details of the flight such as yaw, roll, pitch values, values of altitude, latitude, longitude, speed, and battery. The image below shows an example of flight status logs.
Flight Status Log
The user can download the data in the .csv format which can be used for further processing and analysis. The list of registered drones is available in the device option on the side drawer. The user may select any drone to see the details of that particular drone. This is shown in the images below:
Flight Status Log
The user can download the data in the .csv format which can be used for further processing and analysis.
The list of registered drones is available in the device option on the side drawer. The user may select any drone to see the details of that particular drone. This is shown in the images below:
After selecting "Devices" option
Drone Details
If the user can unregister the drone by selecting the "Unregister" option available.
This option is available with "Devices", "Projects" and "Teams" options.In the "Devices" option anyone can search for a particular device whether it is in active or inactive mode.
Projects Search:
The user can search for any maps, projects, plans, flights, etc. Just type the initial letters and select the required project from the list popped. This is a quick search to search any particular project from a number of projects.
Project Search
Searching a Team:
By entering the initial letters of the team members, the user can easily search whether the particular team member is available or not.
Thus, AeroGCS KEA Enterprise provides a great advantage in analytics. We will discuss other features of AeroGCS KEA Enterprise in the next sections.
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On this page
1. Login Process
2. Dashboard
2.1 Flight Related Details
2.2 Weekly Flights
2.3 Drone Performance
2.4 Flight Logs
2.5 Flight Logs from Dashboard
2.6 Recent Plans
2.7 Flights on Map
2.8 Quick Search