BlackBerry Radar Dashboard

You can use the BlackBerry Radar Dashboard application to view asset information and track asset activities on the Dashboard map.

This section helps you to get started with:

First, let's clarify a few terms that the Dashboard application uses:


Create a user account

The BlackBerry Radar Dashboard is only available to registered users, and each user must have an assigned role. The possible roles are:

To register is easy. Simply follow these steps to create an account:

  1. In a Google Chrome browser, go to https://dashboard.radar.blackberry.com/.
  2. On the login page, click Create an account.
  3. Fill in the required information.
  4. Click Sign up.

You will receive an email that confirms the creation of your account. When you do, ask the administrator of your organization to add you to the BlackBerry Radar Dashboard with the required role.


Sign in

When you sign in, the Dashboard application opens a map.

  1. In a Google Chrome browser, go to https://dashboard.radar.blackberry.com/.
  2. Enter the email address you used to create the account.
  3. Enter your password.
  4. Click Sign In. A permission request page opens, requesting access to your profile and other information.
  5. On the permission request page, under Do you approve?, click Allow access.

This image shows an example of the Dashboard map. See Get to know the map for a description of its main features.

map


Get to know the map

In the Dashboard map, each blue, balloon-shaped object represents an asset. Each colored polygon represents a geofence. Buttons and search fields at the corners of the map allow you to access more information about your assets.

For more information about the map and its features, see the User's Guide.


Open Dashboard views

The Dashboard main menu includes the following menu options that allow you to access different aspects of the asset tracking information:

Each menu option opens a view:

  1. On the map, click blackberry_button to open the Dashboard main menu.
  2. Click one of the menu options to open the corresponding view.
  3. To return to the main menu from any view, click blackberry_button or menu_button.
  4. To close the main menu, click blackberry_button, or click close_button from any view.

Sign out

  1. Click Sign Out on the main menu.
  2. If you are in a view that does not display Sign Out, click blackberry_button to go back to the main menu.
  3. Click Sign Out.

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