The AutoPilot Visualizer is a software tool for exploring complex data structures used in the automation of maintenance and supervision of large-scale IT infrastructures.
The environment is a visual front-end to the underlying AutoPilot system by Arago, a company that specialises in the automation of data environments using artificial intelligence techniques and graph-based algorithms.
FELD was commissioned to develop a visualisation application which represents the data in a way that makes the system easier to navigate and more intuitive to understand – both for system specialists and for non-expert users.
The environment is centered around the graph-browser where the main structure is clustered into several subgraphs, each representing a different part of the system.
All events that occur in the system via the connected API are represented by agents that show the progress of any issue that may arise in real time. The software is designed to run on a range of different devices – from single-screen laptops and tablets to multi-screen setups in control room environments.
The main navigation is centered around the graph-browser where the main structure is clustered into several subgraphs.
Every node represents an entity of the actual IT environment.
Filters allow to focus on certain aspects like the distribution of knowledge or current activity.
All events that occur in the system are represented by agents that show the progress of any issue that may arise in real time.