1.5

  • Introduction of "Deviations"
    • A deviation is an event detected by Breeze concerning an ongoing measurement. Any event deviating from “normal operation” is classified as a deviation and will be logged by Breeze.
    • All deviations are visible from the Log, see “Reworked and improved activity log”.
  • Introduction of "Filters"
    • Users are able to create filters within the administration section of Breeze. A filter is used to filter out (search for) data matching certain criteria. “Filters” have replaced “Rules”.
    • Filters can be classified as global, project specific, unit specific or unit type specific (Met mast, SODAR, LIDAR). Global filters will be available for use with any data while project and unit specific filters will be available for a certain project or unit respectively.
    • Users can choose to automatically apply an existing filter to all future incoming measurement data. If so, incoming data matching the filter will produce a deviation.
  • Introduction of “Notification schemes”
    • Users are able to create “Notification schemes” within the administration section of Breeze. A notification is an automatic e-mail sent by Breeze when an event occurs. A notification scheme must associated to a deviation or an automatic report. “Notification schemes” have replaced “Alerts”.
  • Reworked and improved activity log
    • The “Activity log” has been renamed to “Log” to better reflect its purpose
    • Entries in the Log are classified by the following types:
    • Deviations (event that concerns any measurement within the system and that deviates from normal operation)
    • User events (such as a user logging in to Breeze)
    • System events (events that are not classified as deviations and cannot be traced back to a specific user)
    • Users are able to filter entries in the Log based on type, origin and time.
    • Both global and project specific deviations are visible from the Log for quick overview.