The Events Overview page is a powerful tool for users who need to keep track of recent events, monitor changes in real-time, and analyze data over a certain period. The page's features, such as search functionality, column selection, time frame adjustment, and pagination, make it easy for users to customize the view according to their needs.

The page provides a comprehensive view of the latest events received and allows users to quickly and efficiently navigate through the information.

The table on the Events Overview page displays information about the latest events received. The table includes columns such as the event name, date and time, location, and other relevant information. Each row in the table represents a single event, and users can view multiple events at once by adjusting the pagination.

The search functionality on the Events Overview page allows users to search for specific events by entering keywords or phrases in the search box located at the top of the page. Users can enter multiple keywords separated by a space to narrow down their search. The search function is case-insensitive, which means that the search results will include events that match the user's input regardless of the case.

// Example Search Query

Column Selection

The page allows users to select which columns to display in the table. By default, all columns are displayed, but users can choose to display only the columns they are interested in. This feature can be accessed by clicking the "Column Selection" button located above the table. A pop-up window will appear, and users can select or deselect the columns they want to be displayed.

Available Columns



The UNIX timestamp of when the event entered the platform.


The id of the building from which the event originates.


The name of the device which generated the event.


Description of which type the event.


Same as device_name.


The new value of of the object.


The Unit which descibes the value best.


Additional metadata describing the event.


The time frame adjustment feature allows users to adjust the period of time for which events are displayed. This feature can be accessed by clicking on the "Calendar" button located above the table. A pop-up window will appear, and users can choose the start and end dates for the period they want to display.


The table has pagination enabled, which means that users can navigate through the table by clicking the page numbers or using the previous and next buttons. Users can also select how many elements per page they want to display. This feature can be accessed by clicking the "Page Size" button located above the table. A drop-down menu will appear, and users can select the number of elements they want to be displayed per page.

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